Wednesday night in Portlaoise Dublin’s U21 Football panel will be looking to once again retain their Leinster title as they face Offaly in this year’s final. O’Moore Park is the venue with a 7:30pm throw in. The very best of luck to Dessie Farrell and the entire panel.
One fixture on Saturday afternoon. Dublin’s Minor Camogie panel will welcome Offaly to home soil in their All Ireland competition. Venue TBC.
Six games confirmed for this Sunday in Camogie, ladies and men’s football.
The U16A Camogie team will face Wexford in another round game of the Leinster Championship. Venue and time to be announced later.
There are two games for Dublin in the LIttlewoods Ireland National Camogie League on Sunday.
In Division 1 David Herity’s senior panel will travel to Wexford, and Shane Plowman’s Premier Junior side will welcome Kerry to the capital in Division 3.
Dublin’s Senior Ladies Football panel will make the trip to Galway in the Lidl National Football League following their narrow defeat to Mayo on Saturday night.
Following the weekend’s results in the Allianz National Football League, Jim Gavin’s men are in pole position in Division 1 and will be heading to Clones to round off this stage of the competition with a fixture against Monaghan.
And finally, Dublin’s Senior Hurlers fell to Kilkenny yesterday in the final round of this year’s Allianz Hurling League and now face a Division 1A relegation battle with Clare this weekend for survival. The Dubs narrowly lost to the Banner County in mid March and will be looking to rectify that. The date, time and venue for this fixture will be announced by the GAA later today.
Eight games starting Wednesday. Plenty to get your teeth into. Let’s get out and support the girls and boys in blue.