Adult Club Championship Round up:

  • May 23,2019
Dublin Adult Club Championship Round up:

Following Wednesday nights (May 22nd) round of fixtures in the adult club championship a number of semi-finalists are now known while some clubs will have to wait a little longer to find out their championship faith with two rounds of fixtures down for decision on Wednesday the 29th of May and on June 5th. 

Once all group games are completed we will have a clearer picture of all the semi-final pairings for our Senior, Intermediate, Junior A to Junior F championships. There is a lot of championship football to be played yet with a number of clubs still very much in the hunt for a semi-final spot!

Senior Championship (Group A):
Reigning Dublin champions Foxrock Cabinteely as expected top group A having registered three group games victories. Clontarf, St Sylvesters and St Brigids are all tied on 3 points having won one out of their two fixtures played to date. 

Upcoming games (29th May) Foxrock Cabinteely v Clontarf, St Brigids v St Sylvesters, (5th June) Clontarf v St Brigids, St Sylvesters v Na Fianna

Senior Championship (Group B):
All group games are completed in their half of the senior championship with Kilmacud Crokes topping the group with three wins from three while Thomas Davis booked the second spot in group B following their one point win over Fingallians last night. 

Intermediate Championship:
Eight teams contested the Intermediate championship of 2019 all group games are now complete and semi-finalists are known. Cuala topped group A and will play group B runners up Skerries Harps in the semi-final while Parnells will play Clanna Gael Fontenoy in the second semi-final which will take place in September. 

Junior A Championship:
The pride of Fingal, O’Dwyers and Man O War have qualified for the semi-final of the Junior A championship alongside Raheny and Templeogue Synge St. The semi-final pairings are known for this championship with O’Dwyers playing Templeogue Synge St while Raheny will welcome Man O War to St Anne’s Park. 

Junior B Championship:
Currently, St Peregrines and Foxrock Cabinteely top the table in Group A of the Junior B championship they are followed closely by Ballyboden St Endas, Erins Isle and Scoil Chonaill who are all on three points apiece so still a lot to play for in this group. Ballyboughal and Kilmacud Crokes are out in front in Group B with two rounds of games still down for decision.

Junior C Championship:
Group A has two final rounds down for decision on May 29th and June 5th at the moment Naomh Olaf and Whitehall Colmcille are top of the group. Group B is complete with both Crumlin and Kilmacud Crokes save in the knowledge they have a semi-final to look forward to come September. 

Junior D Championship:
Both groups have two rounds of fixtures still to be played. Ranelagh Gaels and St Monica’s currently top Group A while Naomh Mearnog tops Group B. Elsewhere in Group B there are four teams level on 3 points apiece, Craobh Chiarain, Ballymun Kickhams, Skerries Harps and Cuala – still very much to play for in this keenly contested group. 

Junior E Championship:
Similar to other championships two further rounds of fixtures remain in Group A which currently sees Stars of Erin and St Sylvesters topping the group. The semi-final pairings are known for Group B with Templeogue Synge St on nine points followed in second place by Wanderers on six. 

Junior F Championship:
Only one group game remains to be played in this championship. Round Towers Lusk are down to play Lucan Sarsfields on June 12th (TBC). Round Towers currently top group B with Clontarf placed second. Na Gaeil Oga finished on top of Group A with St Oliver Plunketts ER runners up. 

As things stand the semi-final pairing is looking like Na Gaeil Oga v Clontarf and Round Towers Lusk v St Oliver Plunketts because should Lucan Sarsfields deny Towers a win they will still top the group on the head to head rule with Clontarf. 

Results Wednesday 22nd May:

Senior Championship Group A:   
Na Fianna 1-14, Foxrock Cabinteely 4-17; Clontarf 3-11, St Sylvesters 5-12;  

Senior Championship Group B:   
Ballyboden St Endas 0-9, Kilmacud Crokes 1-17; Thomas Davis 1-16, Fingallians 2-12;  

Intermediate Championship Group A:   
Castleknock 1-5, Clanna Gael/Fontenoy 8-14; Clann Mhuire 4-16, Cuala 5-9;  

Intermediate Championship Group B:   
Skerries Harps 4-15, St Maurs 1-9; Parnells 1-23, Lucan Sarsfields 4-8;  

Junior A Championship Group A:   
St Judes 3-12, Naomh Barrog 4-12; O Dwyer’s 2-11, Man O War 0-10; 

Junior A Championship Group B:   
Ballinteer St Johns 2-15, Raheny 4-10; Templeogue Synge Street 6-18, Garda/Westmanstown Gaels 3-7;  

Junior B Championship Group A:   
Ballyboden St Endas B 3-9, Foxrock Cabinteely B 1-8;  Erins Isle  1-8, Scoil Ui Chonaill  1-11;  

Junior B Championship Group B:   
Kilmacud Crokes B 5-11, Portobello 2-8; Na Fianna B 1-9, Ballyboughal 2-19;  

Junior C Championship Group A:   
Naomh Olaf 3-9, Clontarf B 3-8; Castleknock B 2-9, Whitehall Colmcille 1-13;  

Junior C Championship Group B:   
Fingallians B 1-3, St Brendan’s 9-16; Kilmacud Crokes C 1-11, Crumlin 4-7;  

Junior D Championship Group A:   
St Monica’s 4-11, St Patricks Donabate 4-8; St Finians Swords/St Margaret’s 3-13, Ranelagh Gaels 4-11;  

Junior D Championship Group B:   
Craobh Chiarain  2-9, Naomh Mearnog  2-11;  Skerries Harps B 2-8, Ballymun Kickhams  1-8;  

Junior E Championship Group A:   
St Anne’s 1-5, Stars of Erin 4-7; Trinity Gaels 4-6, Thomas Davis B 4-14;  

Junior E Championship Group B:   
Naomh Olaf B 4-5, Wanderers  6-16;  Fingal Ravens  3-9, Templeogue Synge Street B 3-11;  

Junior F Championship Group A:   
St James Gaels 0-10, Na Fianna C 3-7; Na Gaeil Oga received a concession from St Oliver Plunketts -;  

Junior F Championship Group B:   
Round Towers (L)  5-21, Clontarf C 2-5;  Lucan Sarsfields B 2-10, Ballinteer St Johns B 3-16;  

Adult League Division 8:   
St Judes B 5-5, Erins Isle B 6-15;  

Adult League Division 9:   
Shankill B received a concession from Ballyboden St Endas D;  St Brigids B 2-8, Cuala C 0-8;  St Marys Saggart  4-5, Erin Go Bragh  3-8;