Dublin Senior 1 Football Championship – Round 2 Results

Dublin Senior 1 Football Championship
A full round of of this week’s Senior 1 Football Championship Results

Dublin Senior 1 Football Championship

This evening saw Round 2 of the Dublin Senior 1 Football Championship come to a close, as the teams take a break for the inter county championship season to take over for a few months.

Group 1

Having beaten Ballyboden St. Endas in Round 1, Kilmacud Crokes added another win to their account on Thursday evening, beating St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh by 2-15 to 0-17 in Parnell Park. This puts Crokes in a solid position before facing Raheny in Round 3. Unfortunately for Raheny they were beaten by Ballyboden on Thursday by 4-06 to 1-09, leaving both sides on 2 points after two rounds. Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh are bottom of the pack with no wins yet, and will be facing Ballyboden in the final round.

Group 2

Skerries Harps and Lucan Sarsfields played out a 1-12 a piece draw in O’Toole in St. Margarets last night, leaving both sides with one draw and one loss each. Reigning champions St. Vincents had a tough encounter with Na Fianna today, but prevailed, winning 2-17 to 2-15. This puts Vincents top of the pile, with Na Fianna in second position. on 2 points. The Mobhi Road men will face Skerries in the last round with Vincents taking on Lucan.

Group 3

St. Judes and St. Sylvesters both picked up their second wins of the campaign this week, Judes beating Parnells 1-22 to 0-08 and Sylvesters beating Ballinteer St. Johns 0-16 to 2-09. This puts both sides top in Group 3 with Parnells and Ballinteer yet to register a win. The final round will see the table toppers play each other with the bottom pair squaring off.

Group 4

Like Group 3, Ballymun Kickhams and Castleknock are paired at the top of Group 4 and will play each other in the final round. Ballymun beat Clontarf today by 4-18 to 1-06 and Castleknock defeated local rivals St. Brigids 1-16 to 0-07. That should see both sides through to the knockout stages of the competition regardless of the final round result.

The Senior 1 Football Championship will break now and resume following the GAA Provincial and All Ireland Series.