It’s been a non stop weekend of action in the opening round of this year’s Go Ahead Dublin Senior 1 Football Championship

Dublin Senior 1 Football Championship Results

On Friday and this afternoon the opening games in this year’s Dublin Senior 1 Football Championship got underway. And as the clubs now turn their focus to Round 2, we take a look at the results from all this weekend’s action. Here’s all you need to know.

Group 1

In a powerful second half Ballyboden St. Endas secured a win over Raheny to start to their 2021 Championship campaign. Jusy 2 points seperated the sides at half time in today’s game in Parnell Park. But Boden dominated the second session. They outscored their opponents by 2-10 to 0-03 to finishing the game on a 2-17 to 0-08 scoreline.

On Friday Night, recently crowned AFL1 Champions Na Fianna got off to the perfect start. A 1-18 to 0-12 win over near neighbours Whitehall Colmcille was the outcome. Na Fianna were up by nine at the half time break, and Whitehall enjoyed a tonne of second half posession but could capitalise on any advantage.

Group 2

Kilmacud Crokes came out on top in their opening round game against Castleknock in Parnell Park this afternoon. Crokes held a 3 point lead on a 0-12 to 1-06 scoreline and pushed on in the second half to run out 2-18 to 0-12 victors.

In O’Toole Park it was the Round 1 clash between St. Vincents and Ballinteer St. Johns. At full time it was the Marino men of Vincents who secured a four point win on a 1-17 to 2-10 result. three points seperated the sides at the break in Crumlin but Vincents held on in a tight second session scoring 0-09 to Ballinteer’s 1-05.

Group 3

Friday night saw wins for Ballymun and Skerries. Reigning champions Kickhams drew on all their big game experience as reigning champions to come from behind to score a win over Thomas Davis by 1-12 to 1-10.

In Balgriffin, Skerries Harps secured an opening round win over Clontarf on a 0-11 to 0-07 scoreline.

Group 4

St. Judes and Lucan Sarsfield had to share the points with nothing seperating them in today’s Group 4 action. A final score of 1-14 a piece will mean both Judes and Lucan will be going after vital points in Round 2.

In the Naul on Friday, Round Towers Lusk recorded a 3-16 to 0-19 victory over St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh to get their Senior 1 Campaign off to the perfect start. Goals scored by Liam Bohan, Killian Healy (pen) and Sean Flood proved the difference.

Join us next week as attention turns to Round 2 of the Dublin Senior Hurling Championship. Also we’ll have more action from the Dublin Adult Camogie Championships