The first round of this year’s Senior A Hurling Championship came to a close today, and we have all the results right here
It was busy weekend all round this weekend. Between An All Ireland Senior Championship final today for the Dublin Senior Ladies Football panel, and club championship action in both Camogie and Hurling. Since Friday, the Round 1 games in the Dublin Senior A Hurling Championship have been played out. And here are all the results from all 8 games.
Go Ahead Dublin Senior A Hurling Championship
The perfect start for both Craobh Chiarain and Na Fianna in the Group 1 competition. Na Fianna and Whitehall Colmcille got the action underway on Friday evening in Parnell Park. And the Mobhi Road men notched up a 23 point win over the parish of Whitehall.
O’Toole Park was yesterday’s venue for the clash between Ballinteer St. Johns and Craobh Chiarain. And the Northside outfit were 3-20 to 2-14 winner over Ballinteer.
A 19 point win was the result for Lucan Sarsfield in their opening championship game. They were secured a 1-24 to 0-08 victory over Setanta earlier this afternoon in O’Toole Park.
In the other Round game in Group 2 It was St. Judes who finished the stronger side to over come St. Vincents by 0-22 to 3-11 at Parnell Park yesterday afternoon.
Wins for St. Brigids and Kilmacud Crokes in Round 1 of Group 3. Kilmacud Crokes took on neighbours Cuala in their opener and ran out 15 point winners on a 3-24 to 0-18 scoreline.
Brigids travelled to Thomas Davis for their Round 1 clash and left with the spoils, beating Thomas Davis by 2-24 to 0-12, an 18 point win.
Big wins for Ballyboden St. Endas and Faughs at the start of their Group 4 campaigns. Ballyboden entertained St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh on Friday evening in Parnell Park and came away with the points on a 4-19 to 1-16 scoreline.
Yesterday in O’Toole Park it was Faughs who picked up a first round win, beating Scoil Ui Chonaill by 1-22 to 0-08.
Next weekend our focus turns to the opening round of the Dublin Senior Football Championship. Join us throughout the week for more news and stories from the world of Dublin Football, Hurling, Camogie and Ladies Football.