52 goals were scored across the twelve action packed Dublin LGFA Club Championship Round 2 games

A newspaper on a breakfast table with the headline Dublin LGFA Club Championship Results

There were twelve Dublin LGFA Club Championship Round 2 games down for decision last week across the senior, intermediate and Junior A competitions

Ten took place last Wednesday evening and round 2 was was rounded off yesterday with two games, one in the Senior championship and one in the Junior A championship.

Last Wednesday Kilmacud Crokes were looking to bounce back from their opening round defeat to Foxrock Cabinteely in Group A of the senior championship against a visiting Na Fianna side starting their campaign off after a bye week in round one.

It wasn’t to be for Crokes though as they suffered a second defeat by the narrowest of margins to Na Fianna with the game ending 1-11 to 2-07 and having contested the last two county finals Crokes find themselves bottom of the group and thoughts of a third final appearance in a row looks a tall order.

There were also two games in Group B of the senior championship last Wednesday.

Cuala made the trip Lawless Memorial Park in Swords to face Fingallians and the Dalkey side made a piece of history on the night winning their very first game at senior level as they beat their hosts by 3-08 to 1-03.

The second game in the group was the meeting of Ballyboden St Endas and Clanna Gael/Fontenoy. Boden were looking to build on their round one win over Cuala, while Clanna Gael Fontenoy were embarking on their opening game in this years competition.

But it was BallyBoden who triumphed on the night making it two wins from two after a keenly contested encounter with the final score 3-14 to 1-13.

In Group A of the Intermediate Championship, Skerries Harps buoyed by an opening round win welcomed the visit of St Sylvesters to their north Dublin coastal venue.

Sylvesters had a bye week in round one but that match inactivity had no bearing on their performance as they brought Skerries Harps back down to earth with a comprehensive win on a scoreline of 7-15 to 0-12.

The other game in the group was between Parnells who secured a hard fought narrow win over Clann Mhuire in round one and a Lucan Sarsfields side looking to get their championship campaign back on track after an opening day loss.

At the final whistle there was nothing to separate the sides after a nine goal thriller and both sides had to settle for a share of the spoils with the game ending 4-11 to 5-08.

There were also two games in Group B of the Intermediate championship, St Maurs and Castleknock both enjoyed opening round wins so something had to give in their meeting in Rush and it was Castleknock who claimed the important win on a scoreline of 3-07 to 1-10.

The other group game involved Ballinteer St Johns and Man O War both looking for a first win in the competition. Despite hitting the back of the net four times Man O War suffered a second defeat in a row as Ballinteer St Johns ability to pick off points seen them secure a three point victory by 2-17 to 4-08.

In the only game last Wednesday in Group A of the Junior A championship, Ballyboden St Endas B and Scoil Uí Chonaill were looking to put their opening round narrow defeats behind them.

And in what is turning out to be a very evenly contested group it was Scoil Uí Chonaill who recorded the win in another keenly fought battle with the final score 3-14 to 2-12.

There were two games in Group B also last Wednesday, St Judes made it two wins from two as the seen off the challenge of Clontarf B by 1-19 to 0-10 and Raheny got their campaign back on track after a heavy defeat to St Judes the previous week by defeating Templeogue Synge Street by 2-11 to 1-08.

The Club Championship Round 2 games were rounded off yesterday with two games one in Group A of the senior championship and one in Group A of the Junior A championship.

Senior defending champions Foxrock Cabinteely enjoyed an impressive opening round win over Kilmacud Crokes and followed that up yesterday with another impressive win, this time over Clontarf with the final score 4-15 to 1-12.

And finally in Group A of the Junior A championship O’Dwyers faced Naomh Barrog, both sides began their campaigns with opening round wins but they had to settle for a point each yesterday as their game finished in a draw 0-08 to 1-05.

The full list of Dublin LGFA Club Championship Round 2 results are below

Wednesday 22nd of September

Go-Ahead Senior Championship Group A

Kilmacud Crokes 2-07

Na Fianna 1-11

Go-Ahead Senior Championship Group B

Fingallians 1-03

Cuala 3-08

Ballyboden St Endas 3-14

Clanna Gael/Fontenoy 1-13

Go-Ahead Intermediate Championship Group A

Skerries Harps 0-12

St Sylvesters 7-15

Parnells 4-11

Lucan Sarsfields 5-08

Go-Ahead Intermediate Championship Group B

St Maurs 1-10

Castleknock 3-07

Ballinteer St Johns 2-17

Man O War 4-08

Go-Ahead Junior A Championship Group A

Ballyboden St Endas B 2-12

Scoil Ui Chonaill 3-14

Go-Ahead Junior A Championship Group B

St Judes 1-19

Clontarf B 0-10

Templeogue Synge Street 1-08

Raheny 2-11

Sunday 26th of September

Go-Ahead Senior Championship Group A

Clontarf 1-12

Foxrock Cabinteely 4-15

Go-Ahead Junior A Championship Group A

O’Dwyers 0-08

Naomh Barrog 1-05