Dublin GAA Weekly Inter County Results

Weekly Inter County Results

Three wins from four games across the week as we round up the Dublin GAA Weekly Inter County Results

Weekly Inter County Results

Tuesday, March 28th 2023
Dublin 2:16 Louth 0-07
EirGrid Leinster U20 Football Championship

Joe Quigley, who converted a penalty, and Caelum Moriarty supplied second half goals as Dublin overpowered Louth by 2-16 to 0-7 at Parnell Park. That’s a second in for Dublin in this U20 Leinster Football Championship.

Dublin led 0-9 to 0-3 at the break and remained in the ascendancy when the action recommenced. The young Dubs travel to Faithful Fields on Tuesday this week to take on Offaly knowing a win will see them bypass the Quarter Finals and secure a semi final berth.

Saturday, April 1st 2023
Wexford 1-09 Dublin 1-08
Electric Ireland Leinster Minor Hurling Championship

Dublin’s Minor hurlers will be disappointed to come away from Wexford Park yesterday losing by the minimum to Wexford in their Round 2 fixture. They’d well beaten Offaly by 4-18 to 0-19 in their opening round and we expected this game to be a close one.

They trailed by 1-05 to 1-03 at half time and the second half was equally as close as both sides battled for the lead. Ultimately Wexford held onto their lead which was never more than 2 points for the entire second half.

The Dubs will face Kerry in their final Tier 1 game on Good Friday, knowing a win will see them through to the knockout stages.

Sunday, April 2nd 2023
Dublin 4-06 Derry 0-11
Allianz National Football League Division 2 Final.

Dublin can now concentrate on the 2023 Championship series having secured the Division 2 League title this afternoon at Croke Park.

In a very confident second half performance Dessie Farrell’s men opened up teh league’s most defensive side Derry rippling the net four times to take the game away from their opponents, allowing James McCarthy lift the Division 2 trophy to the delight of the Hill 16 support.

Dublin trailed by 0-06 to 0-04 as Derry made it difficult for them to build any momentum, but on the restart and after injecting some pace to their attack in teh form of Paul Mannion and Lorcan O’Dell, Dublin eventually tore down the Derry wall scoring four goals to comfortably win the contest. They can now turn their attention to the Leinster Quarter Final on the 23rd playing the winners of the Wexford v Laois game which throws in next weekend.

Dublin 6-09 Meath 3-05
Leinster U16B Camogie Championship

Two for two for Dublin’s U16B Camogie Championship. After beating Laois by 8-07 to 0-03 in their opening game, they added a second victory today seeing of the challenge of Meath by 6-09 to 3-05 today at St. Brigids.

That win sees Dublin qualify for the Leinster Semi Finals which will take place on Easter Monday, April 10th. And we’ll bring you details of the fixtures as we get them.