On Saturday afternoon, Dessie Farrell’s U21 Football panel will head to Cavan to face Donegal in this year’s EirGrid All Ireland Championship Semi Final. The Dub’s last final appearance was their 2014 Championship win so they’ll be itching to get back there again. Throw in at Breffni Park is 2:30pm.
At 3:00pm in Parnell Park the Dublin Minor Hurlers will challenge Laois in the Leinster Minor Hurling Championship. The result of this game will help decide the parings for the Quarter Finals on April 29th.
On Sunday, Dublin’s Premier Junior Camogie Panel will travel to the Ragg in Tipperary for the Semi Finals of the Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League Division 3 competition. Shane Plowman’s panel finished top of the Division and will play fourth placed Clare for a place in the Divisional Final. This is sure to be a fantastic contest. Throw in is at 2:00pm.
Easter Monday there are two games happening. Firstly Dublin’s U16B Camogie team are in Leinster Semi Final action against Kilkenny. The winners of this game will have a place in this year’s final, facing the winners between Laois and Carlow. Throw in at Kilmacud Crokes Glenalbyn Head Quarters is down for 12:00 noon
And finally, it’s the Leinster Minor Ladies Football Final. Dublin will travel to Clane GAA to face rivals Kildare for the honour of being crowned this year’s provincial champions. Throw in for this game is 3:30pm
I’m sure you’ll agree there’s plenty to get your teeth into this Easter weekend. Make sure you get out and show your support to all our inter county teams.