Dublin Senior Hurling Championship Round 2


The Dublin Senior Hurling Championship hits Round 2 midweek as all games throw in this Wednesday

Dublin Senior A Hurling Championship

Wednesday, July 29th. 7:30pm

As the tempo picks up in the Club Championships, its a quick turnaround after the weekend’s football action as the Senior Hurling Championship reaches Round 2. Another eight games in the Senior A competition throw in this Wednesday and we have all the details for you below.

Once again, admission to these games is strictly reserved for ticket holders. A limited number of tickets have been sent to participating club secretaries for distribution. Tickets will not be available from Parnell Park.

Please also note that 2019 Parnell Passes & 2020 GAA Season tickets are not valid for these fixtures.

Dublin Senior A Hurling Championship Round 1

Group 1

St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh v Lucan Sarsfield (Martin Savage Park)
Ballinteer St. Johns v St. Vincents (Marley Park)

Avoiding each other until the final round, Lucan Sarsfield and St. Vincents both recorded opening day wins in Group 1 Lucan beat Ballinteer St. Johns by 2-18 to 1-14, and Vincents were 2-21 to 1-16 winners over Plunketts.

The switch opponents this Wednesday with Vincents heading for Marley Park, and Lucan making the short trip down the main road to Martin Savage Park. Ballinteer and Plunketts need valuable points to stay in the hunt before the final round so these games may not be cut and dry.

Group 2

Craobh Chairain v Kilmacud Crokes (Clonshaugh)
Scoil Ui Chonaill v Ballyboden St. Endas (Clontarf Road)

A tasty encounter is on the cards in Group 2 as Round 1 winners Craobh Chiarain and Kilmacud Crokes go head to head in Clonshaugh. Kilmacud put a whopping 4-18 past Ballyboden St. Endas in the opening Round, something Boden will want to amend quickly.

Craobh Chiarain were 1-19 to 1-09 victors over new boys Scoil Ui Chonaill, and now Scoil have the task of welcoming Ballyboden to Clontarf Road were both sides will be eager to pick up points.

Craobh and Crokes is the game of the group with the winner all but securing the knockout slot.

Group 3

Whitehall Colmcille v Faughs (Collins Avenue)
St. Judes v St. Brigids (Kiltipper Road)

With Faughs and Judes playing out a 1-18 a piece draw in Round 1 they’ll both be looking to pick up points this week in Round 2. Whitehall, who lost to St. Brigids, will be Faughs opponents. And with only 0-06 registered in their opener, they’ll be looking to get some more scores.

Brigids are sitting atop of the group, and head to Parnell Park for what promises to be a close battle with St. Judes. This group will be going down to the wire.

Group 4

Thomas Davis v Na Fianna (Kiltipper Road)
Setanta v Cuala (Club Teach Setanta)

Thomas Davis come into Round 2 after an opening day 1-22 to 0-15 defeat to Champions Cuala. And they’ll be meeting a Na Fianna side who hammered Setanta in their opener.

The Mobhi Road side hit rivals Setanta 5-32 to 1-16 in a goalfest at Mobhi Road, but will get a tougher test from Thomas Davis. Cuala head for Club Teach Setanta to try make it two for two and secure their slot in the knockout stages. For Setanta, it will be a tough ask, but they needs points on the board.