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Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes
March 11, 2020
COVID-19 - The official guidance from the HSE in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be that activities should continue as normal in GAA Clubs. Both Juveniles Committees ( CCC1 & CCC2 ) continue to recommend that the pre /post-match handshakes be suspended at juvenile games. It is also advised that players use their own water bottles. As the situation evolves we will communicate changes on the Club website.
Congratulations to Mark Lavin and Alan Murphy and the Dublin team, 2020 Leinster U20 Champions following the win against Laois last Friday. They now meet Tyrone in the All Ireland Semi-Final on St Patricks Day in Croke Park.
The Dublin Minor Camogie team, with Ellen Dunphy, Ali Dunne and Laura Sharkey in the squad, kept up their winning start to the championship overcoming Laois by 5 points. John O’Connell’s team now face Waterford on Sat 14 March. Emma Flanagan, Laura Quinn and the Dublin Senior Camogie team lost their third game and now will face a relegation game next weekend against Offaly following the defeat by Limerick, and the Dublin Intermediates with Claire Rigney, Chloe O’Connor and Aoife McKearney, look like keeping their Division 2 status after their great performance against Laois, 4-08 to 0-07 at the finish.
Back at Club Level, in all, there were 49 Lucan Sarsfields teams scheduled for games at the weekend.
Ladies Football leagues started on Saturday 7 March 2020 and it was the first time that Lucan Sarsfields fielded three Minor Ladies teams in competitive football, all playing away, the A’s and C’s winning but the B’s falling short in Garristown. Also on Saturday, both U15 teams were defeated, the U13A’s played out what must have been a thrilling draw, 5-10 each and the U13B’s ended up having a training session when Crumlin couldn’t get a starting 11! On Sunday both U16 teams and the U14B’s won their opening games but the U14A’s were defeated by Kilmacud Crokes.
In Saturdays Camogie, the U14A’s had a five point win over St Vincents, and on Sunday, the Minor Bs drew away at Olafs, the U15A’s were pipped by a point by Erins Isle, the U13A’s recorded a win over Crokes and the 13B’s were defeated by Commercials.
The men made history, too, when the Junior C hurlers played Na Gael Óga on Sunday, the first time four adult hurling teams took to the field, Lucan emerging with a one point win. The Junior As lost by the narrowest margin to Castleknock as did the Junior B’s against Thomas Davis. The Senior Hurlers came out on top against Ballinteer. And on Saturday, the U12 Hurlers were involved in four blitzes, scoring 12-13 between them.
In Football, all three Minor teams were victorious on Sunday while U15B’s fell to ClannaGael and the U15C’s to Judes. Saturday saw the three U13 Footballers knock up some great scores in their grading games, and the U14B and U14C footballers won in the league, while the U16’s recorded a win for the A’s and defeat for the B’s. There were a couple of games postponed due to the virus outbreak in north Dublin which affected some of the Erins Isles U-14A and U-15A teams.
As of Monday 9th, all the grass areas at the club are closed, please also note that the ball-wall is out of bounds and not to be used.
Our Condolences to the Reidy family on the loss last week of Micheal, brother of Liam. may he rest in peace
The Lucan Sarsfields Golf Society’s first outing will be on Saturday April 18 at Millicent Golf Club. New members and visitors are always more than welcome at our outings, so why not give it a shot! Contact Capt Jack Butler at 087 258 2780, or Seamus Fagan at 086 816 8984. All the outings will be added to the club events page shortly.
Healthy Club hosted a number of events last week as part of #dubgaahealth week. On Tuesday, David Cryan gave a very uplifting and positive talk about his health and fitness transformation. On the same night The Marie Keating Foundation nurse visited the club to chat with our members about cancer awareness and to give advice and information. Helen was delighted to meet and support so many club members. On Thursday, Clare from Repak gave a very informative presentation on waste management, giving hints and tips on recycling in our homes. For more great tips go to www.mywaste.ie.
We finished up a busy week with our 2nd annual Seniors Lunch. It was a packed house for a great social occasion with entertainment from the Lisa Price Singing and Music School and a presentation from Caroline in Santé Fitness. Thanks to our caterers in the Deadmans Inn and everyone who helped out and to those who donated delicious desserts. Donations were collected during the week to support the Little Blue Heroes charity. Thanks to everyone who supported all of the healthy week events, healthy clubs is about supporting each other on and off the pitch.
The Lucan Sarsfields Dinner Dance takes place on Saturday March 28th, 2020. Tickets are available from Mary Flannery, Josephine Donohue, Kathleen Roche or Mary Reynolds. See poster for more details.
On Easter Sunday night, from 8pm April 12, fresh from Vicar Street, Colm Kavanagh performs The Legend Of Luke Kelly – Dubliner in the function room, tickets priced at €20 each are available via the App, online or at the Club Bar.
Have you got a couple of hours to spare once a month? Volunteers are required to help man the Sarsfields Bar, full training will be given, leave your details with Maeve or any of the bar staff.
Club Lotto Jackpot €20K: There was no winner of the Lotto Jackpot held on 5th March 2020. The numbers drawn were 7, 18, 25 and 27. Lucky Dip winners (€30) Margaret Doyle, Karen McAndrew, Alan McCarthy, Geoffrey Brennan and Tommy & Liam (Mulhall). The next draw will be Thursday 12th March 2020, sponsored by Newcastle Golf Centre and managed by Frank Fleming. Play Online (http://bit.ly/LucanSarsfieldsClubLotto) or tickets can be purchased at the Club, 12th Lock Cafe or in Kenny’s Vesey Arms, Lucan. Cut off time for Online Entries is 6pm every Thursday.
ClubForce App – Have you got the app yet? Over 300 members have already downloaded it from the Apple App or Google Play store, search for ClubForce. Ensure you make Lucan Sarsfields your favourite club! It’s a great way to keep up to date with whats happening at Lucan Sarsfields. Our registrar has been busy creating all the teams to allow GDPR compliant messaging to take place, and you can renew you membership, enter the club lotto and purchase event tickets.
Bingo is Every Wednesday from 8:30pm, All Welcome, you do not have to be a member to join in. Last week we had over 50 players taking part, if you know someone who would enjoy Bingo, let them know
Have you lost your Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club membership card, apply for a new one using http://bit.ly/ReplaceMySarsCard. Preload your card at the Bar or Café and use it to get members discounts on snacks and beverages.
Seachtain na Gaeilge 1-17 Márta, see the new website www.snag.ie. Tá comórtás dathúcháin seachtain na Gaeilge ar siúl i na Sáirsléalaigh Leamhcáin! Open to junior infants, senior infants and first class. To be in with a chance to win some Irish language prizes, email a photo of your child's completed picture to: email@example.com with your child's name, school and class by Friday 13th March. Colouring pages have been distributed to schools and are also available in the club café. Bíodh an t-ádh libh go léir!
Cúpla Focal Club is every Monday, time 8pm-9pm, two groups, beginners and advanced, learn to speak Irish in a fun way. interested? Fáilte roimh cách.
Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club 25 Card Drive every Friday, Time: 8.00pm Sharp 1st Prize: €50, 2nd Prize if 3 or more tables.
The Twelfth Lock Café our Club Community Café is open Mon – Fri 6:30-9pm. Sat & Sun 9.30am to 1.30pm. Club Shop Opening hours,: Thursdays 7:30-8.30pm and Saturdays 10am-1pm.
The Lucan Credit Union Academy is on Saturday Mornings, 9.30am for girls, 10am for boys.
GAA for All (SARS Stars) is every Tuesday 5.15-6pm in Scoil Mhuire. This provides training for children with disabilities age 5-12. Newcomers always welcome.
Zumba Classes are on Tuesdays 8PM
Ladies Football Reports
Minor Division 1, 3pm Sat 7 March, Pairc De Burca
Kilmacud Crokes 2-10, 5-12 Lucan Sarsfields.
First league game for this team so their first time playing together competitively as a group. Last weeks league game was postponed as a result of storm Jorge but Kilmacud Crokes minor ladies team were exposed to the might of storm Lucan Sarsfields on Saturday in their home ground. A Strong wind, but the girls ignored the conditions and just played some really smart football . There was great communication between the team on the pitch and a lot of running and movement, both on and off the ball. All 19 girls played a part in the first win of the season and it was a pleasure to see 19 smiling faces leaving Stillorgan after a job well done.
Minor Division 5, 3pm Sat 7 March, Garristown
Garristown 5-20, 2-13 Lucan Sarsfields.
Minor Division 7S, 3pm Sat 7 March, Marley Park
Ballinteer St Johns, 2-10, 5-12 Lucan Sarsfields.
History made for LSLF in fielding our 3rd LF minor team today for the 1st time. No pressure though on this team as from the start they put great pressure on BSJ team in their own half. Lucan took their points well today and reduced BSJ chances to a few with great defending. Blocking and passing was the best skills on display by Lucan girls bring the last 2 months training on Fri night's onto the field of play. Next up is home game next Sat against Cula B.
U16 Division 1, 3pm Sun 8 March, AGP0
Lucan Sarsfields 2-07, 0-8 St Brigids
On a cold Sunday afternoon, Lucan Sarsfields played their first league game of 2020. The opposition were St Brigids and although conditions were poor, both teams served up a good game of football which was a tribute to both sets of players. In a tight game Lucan Sarsfields won with 5 points to spare but in reality there wasn't much between both teams. It has a hard physical game and no quarter was asked or given on a heavy pitch. It was a hard fought game and we took all 3 points but there are plenty of work ons as we look forward to the rest of the league campaign.
U13 Division 1, Sat 7 March, St Catherines Park
Lucan Sarsfields 5-10, 5-10 St Brigids
A dream start saw the U13 A ladies football team charging ahead on their 1st league outing. An impenetrable defence kept St Brigids at bay, text book passing and working of the ball resulted in some outstanding scores for Lucan and at half time we had a comfortable lead. But... this was to be a game of 2 halves, St Brigids came out to prove why they are a Division 1 team. The pressure was relentless and any weakness we had was exposed. To the girls credit they never gave up and they managed to get more important scores in despite serious pressure from a revitalised defence. A converted penalty against us in the dying minutes was hard to stomach but in the end we got a draw 5. 10 a piece, we march on.
Minor Group 2, St Olafs, Sandyford, Sunday March 8
St Olafs 1-1, 1-1 Lucan Sarsfields,
In this group 2 match, both sides were evenly matched and some great exchanges of play despite the low scoring draw. The only score of the first half was a fine point by Olaf’s who had he slight wind advantage. Lucan had a couple of wides but other than that could not get close enough to convert possession into scores. The second half continued in a similar fashion, intense battles all over the pitch, Lucan sending wide three or four times before Olaf’s nailed a goal on 50 minutes. It looked all over but the SARS girls never gave up and on the 59th minute, Jessica Fitzgibbon grabbed a goal. During injury time Lucan went wide again before Chloe Beirne pointed to level it, seconds before the final whistle.
Team. Aisling Ni Ruairc. Emily Brophy. Emma McGivney. Kaitlyn Harris. Éabha O’Dowd. Niamh Doherty. Aoibheann Scott. Kate Byrne (Co-Captain). Aoife Breen. Sadhbh Murray. Chloe Byrne (co-Captain). Hannah Crowley. Jessica Fitzgibbon. Saidhbh Masterson. Subs. Anna Rose Kenny. Aideen Somers
U14 Divison 1, Saturday 7 March AGP 2
Lucan Sarsfields 4-6, 4-1 St Vincents
A tough game in very difficult conditions. The wind played a major part in the game and lucan were slightly ahead despite playing into the wind at the end of the first half. Lucan pulled away in the second half with superb performances from Shauna Rooney, Katie Taffe and Caoimhe Costello. A good performance all round from the girls despite two soft goals leaking in towards the end of the game.
U11 Camogie Go-Games
The Lucan Under 11 Camogie team got their Go Games season off to a great start on Sunday morning at home against three teams from Kilmacud Crokes. The girls have been back training since early January and finally got onto the pitch after weeks of matches being cancelled due to the weather, and we had 42 girls who lined out today. There were some great skills on display from both sides, and some great battling against really tough Kilmacud sides. The girls have really come on in terms of confidence, and their natural instinct now is to lift and strike at every opportunity. Well done especially to the girls who played their first matches with the group today as we had a number of girls who have only started playing since the winter and some girls who have joined our group from other teams.
Adult Hurling Report
A significant day for Lucan hurling as we fielded 4 adult teams in league competitions for the first time. And our newest team, the Junior C’s, got off to a great start with a win on their first outing. There was also a good opening round league win for our senior team. However, the Junior A’s and Junior B’s were the “squeezed middle”, both losing out by a point having been in a winning position in the final minutes.
AHL1: Ballinteer St Johns 1-12 Lucan Sarsfields 3-22.
Lucan senior hurlers, sporting the new Automatic Fire and Integrated Solutions sponsored jerseys, got their league campaign off to a good start with this comprehensive win over Ballinteer St Johns on the Ballinteer All weather pitch. Lucan started well and got the first score from a Paul Crummey point but then BSJ responded with a goal. Lucan quickly regained control and a well taken goal by Peter Kelly had them back in the ascendancy. A second goal in the half, from Ciaran Dowling, helped Lucan to a very comfortable half time lead of 2-14 to 1-7, having played against a stiff breeze. The second half lacked any real intensity or excitement as the result was inevitable from a long way out. Sean McClelland dispatched a penalty to the net for Lucan’s third goal and they continued to pop over points, to stretch the score to 3-22 to 1-12 at the end. Lucan will be pleased with the first half performance in particular, and overall there was good movement in the forward line and a great spread of scorers, with 14 different players getting on the scoresheet. These teams meet again in the Championship at the end of March and we can expect a match of much greater intensity and competitiveness on that occasion.
Lucan team/scorers: C Murray, P Smith, P Rigney, L Walsh (0-1), J Bellew (0-2), J McCaffrey, S McClelland (1-1, 1-0 pen), M McCaffrey, R Smith (0-2), P Kelly (1-1), P Crummey (0-3), B Coffey (0-4, 0-2f), D Flannery (0-1), K Fitzgerald (0-2), C Dowling (1-1). Subs introduced: M Dunne (0-1), C Behan (0-1), E Allen (0-1), P Claffey, C Keenan (0-1).
AHL5: Castleknock 2-7 Lucan Sarsfields 0-12.
Lucan were cruelly denied the league points at Castleknock by a last minute goal that claimed victory for the hosts. Lucan will be bitterly disappointed as they were undoubtedly the better team and should have been much further ahead in entering those final minutes. Lucan played against the breeze in the first half and played well to lead 0-6 to 0-3 at half time, with Oisin O’Brien providing 3 points from frees along with scores from Alan O’Neill, Rob Lambert, and Dylan Kelly. Both sides introduced reinforcements in the second half which upped the ante. Lucan still had the upper hand but didn’t capitalise on enough of their scoring chances. Cian McHugh made a big impact when introduced for Lucan and he picked off a couple of early points to stretch the lead to 0-8 to 0-3. Castleknock hung in and chipped away at the deficit before a goal mid way through the half helped them to level the scores. Lucan picked off a couple of more scores, a monster effort from David Kavanagh and a well taken point from Dylan Kelly, and looked to be in control again. However, they couldn’t stretchy the lead beyond 2 points and were vulnerable to a sucker punch at the end, which duly arrived. David Kavanagh in midfield had a good hour for Lucan while Eoghan Ó Conghaile and Dylan Kelly were lively upfront.
Lucan team/scorers: E Gately, A Sheehan, E O’Connor, T Swords, A McNulty, L Murphy, I Crowley, G Millea, D Kavanagh (0-1), E Ó Conghaile, R Lambert (0-1), O O’Brien (0-3F), A O’Neill (0-1), D Kelly (0-2), N Stagg. Subs introduced: C McHugh (0-4, 0-1f), R Ward, C Ó Maolmhána, D Reid, E Connolly.
AHL7: Thomas David 0-14 Lucan Sarsfields 1-10.
Lucan lost out to injury time scores in this very tight encounter played on Thomas Davis’ all weather pitch. Lucan started well and a good goal from Alan Parsons helped them to 1-5 to 0-6 lead at half time, with the points coming from Ciaran Keane (3 frees), Evan Lombard and Alex Hanley. The second half remained very tight also, with Lucan relying on frees from Keane to retain a narrow lead and they lead by 2 points as the clock turned into injury time. However, at this stage Lucan were struggling to win possession in the middle third and Thomas Davis managed to get the final three scores to snatch victory in the end. Lucan will know that they didn’t play to their potential and were overly reliance on frees for scores. Nevertheless, this outing will hopefully put them in good stead for the challenges ahead. Peter Fagan had a good outing at centre back while both Caomhán Ó Conghaile and Alan Parsons made very positive contributions returning after long absences.
Lucan team/scorers: L Finnerty, D Hussey, I Fitzgerald, P Kane, J Mullins, P Fagan, J O’Connor, A Hanley (0-1), C Ó Conghaile, A Finnerty, E Lombard (0-1), C Keane (0-8f), K Boylan, A Parsons (1-0), J Cavanagh. Subs introduced: S Farrell, A Glover, S Keegan.
AHL9 South: Na Gaeil Óga 3-3 Lucan Sarsfields 4-6.
Another page was written in the history of the club today when our fourth adult hurling team took to the field against Na Gaeil Óga in St Catherine's Park. A selection made up predominantly of last year's minors blended with some more experienced players gave an excellent account of themselves in our first outing.
Playing with the advantage of a diagonal wind in the first half, Lucan converted some early pressured and opened the scoring with a Liam O'Connor free followed by a Cathal Shanahan point. Sujon Alamgir netted with a smart strike but the advantage was quickly reduced following a goal and a point from two opposition attacks. Lucan settled into the game and the trio of Shanahan, O'Connor and Eoin Higgins contributed a further 2-3 with good combination work where they all scored and provided assists. The pick of the scores was the third goal just before the break with O'Connor flicking across the field to the on-rushing Shanahan who gathered at pace, drove on and finished to the net.
After the break, and facing into a now more direct breeze, we were put under greater pressure by Na Gaeil Óga. They opened with a goal and whilst they converted a free and a 65 to reduce the margin, we made them work for each score. Fifteen minutes in, O'Connor converted another free to provide some respite. There was further reward for possession up the pitch when Pearse Farrell flicked on an O'Connor free to the net. We conceded a late goal but this was not enough to trouble us and a victory was recorded with a final scoreline of 4-6 to 3-3.
This was a solid performance all around and a testing one for 13-a-side as our opponents were short. Best for Lucan was Brian Fagan in the backs who caught and cleared a lot of balls, especially in the second half when the game opened up. Higgins and Shanahan provided a solid platform in the middle taking into account both the scores converted and their high work rate.
Lucan Team/Scorers: D Coogan; S Stapleton, B Fagan; N Murray, R Moloney, D Donnelly; C Shanahan (2-1), E Higgins (0-1); C O'Neill, L O'Connor (0-4: 0-3f), M O'Shea; C Sharkey, S Alamgir (1-0); P Farrell, S Egan.
Juvenile Football Report
Many of the juvenile football teams were back in league action this weekend after the lay off in recent weeks due to the many storms of February!!
CCC2 U13 Football, Division 13 Grading League.
Castleknock V Lucan Sarsfields at Porterstown on 7th March 2020 at 13.30.
The Lucan boys crossed the Liffey to make the short trip to their blue and gold clad neighbours, Castleknock. The lads were keen to get back playing after the cancellation of all last week’s hurling matches due to the red weather warning that was storm Jorge. With the warm up over it was time for stand in goalkeeper Lucas Enright to step up to the coin toss which the hosts won. They choose to let Lucan play with the wind.
The referee started the first half and after an initial phase of getting to know you Lucan began to get the upper hand. Playing with now a significant wind the backs and midfield started to win their personal battles providing a platform for the forwards to do what forwards like to do most. Some intricate moves involving hand passing mixed with short range kicks resulted in a flurry of goals and points. With a gale in their faces Castleknock did manage to get a well taken point.
The Second half saw a reversal of wind advantage but did not see a reversal of fortunes. The Lucan boys continued in the same vein, albeit, not scoring with the same intensity. A few mistakes began to creep in such as not going for a point when it was on. Although, from a mistake, Castleknock scored their only goal, Lucan still ran out comfortable winners. It must be recorded that the turnout by this group of Lucan boys both on match day and in training is always excellent.
Match day panel:
Adam Norman, Alexander Bollard, Ben Fitzgerald, Ciarán Moloney, Darragh Walsh, Eoghan Clarke, Evan Doody, Jack Andrews, Jack Miller, Kevin Doherty, Killian O'Connor, Lucas Enright, Luke Kehoe, Peter Devlin, Riain Keegan, Robert Melvin, Ronan O'Flaherty
U-13 Grading Division 7
Lucan 9-8 Vincent’s 5-5
Lucan started well from the throw in and hit the cross bar with a shot from Cian O Gara within 30 seconds. The ball was gathered by Vincent’s and play switched to the Lucan goal with Evan Whelan pulling off a fine save with his first touch. The kick out was won by Patrick Cosgrove but was turned over and Vincent’s took advantage and registered a goal. Olan won the kick out and the ball was carried up the pitch to the full forward line and Cian Waterhouse evened things up with a goal.as Lucan we’re playing into the wind for the first half and carried the ball well at times. Their patience in not kicking the ball away let them in at half time up by three points. 5.1 - 3-4
From the throw in Lucan played the ball up to the Vincent’s goal and put an extra 1.2 on the scoreboard before Vincent’s moved the ball up the other end. The game more or less ended as a contest after about ten minutes into second half as Vincent’s struggled to make any headway against the strong breeze. Lucan ran out 15 point winners in the end but still lots to work on as a team.
U13 Div 1 football grading league - AGP2, 07-03-20
Lucan 6-15 Fingal Ravens 2-10
After a 4 week weather enforced break, Lucan’s u13 footballers played their second match in Division 1 grading league in AGP2 on Saturday.
In windy conditions, Lucan faced determined opposition from last year’s Division 2 winners Fingal Ravens. Lucan, playing into a strong wind, started slowly and found themselves 1-5 to 0-0 down after 15 minutes. Lucan’s defence began to get on top with Karl Quinn, Gavin Lynch & Conor Healy to the fore and with Cian Gavin & Oscar Brennan getting a grip at midfield, Lucan lads began to settle into the game. Killian Costello & Michael O Brien were starting to cause problems for the Fingal full back line and struck with 3 well worked goals before half time, along with some good points from Jack Mills and Darragh Colfer to give Lucan a lead of 3-5 to 1-8 at h/t.
With the wind on their backs in the second half, Lucan played some good football with their team play opening up the Fingal defence. Goals from K Costello & M O'Brien and a couple of good long range points from Oscar Brennan & Daniel Taaffe put Lucan in control with Patrick O Connor & Callum Reilly also chipping in with points before the end.
A good team performance, after the slow start from the Lucan lads, with all players contributing positively to make it two wins from two in Division 1 grading.
Well done to all & special mention to our full back Mark Byrne who missed the game through injury. Get well soon Mark!
E Flynn, J Dunne, K Quinn, C Mc Cormick, G Lynch, C Healy, C Reilly (0-1), C Gavin, O Brennan (0-2), J Mills (0-2), D Taaffe (1-2), D Colfer (0-1), K Costello (2-2), M O'Brien (3-4), P O'Connor (0-1),
In the U-14 Division 6 game, Lucan had a good win against St. Sylvesters on a score line of 7-07 to 3-06. In the U-14 Division 9 South, Lucan won out in a close encounter with St. Judes by 7-11 to 7-08.
U16 Div 1 Football 7/3/2020 AGP 1
Lucan 4-9. Ballinteer St. Johns. 3-6
Another day were a strong wind played its part during this testing encounter for both teams. Lucan started the match really well against the wind scoring two early goals but to BSJ’s credit they came back with 2-4of their own and really started to put pressure on this Lucan team. In fairness to Lucan, they have a great team spirit and resolve together which stands to the team as they reset themselves and took a one point lead into half time.
The second half was another tight affair with Lucan playing some good football and defending well against a determined BSJ side. Another pleasing aspect of the win was that yet again all 20 players got playing time and all did their bit to get Lucan a deserved win
Squad: Cathal Doody Joey Mc Sweeney Jack Doyle Jamie Smith Zach Delmar Rosa Daly Alex Hickey Jack Behan Finn Bruton Colin Duffy Rian Fortune Luca Kavanagh Charlie Mulqueen Davy Mulqueen Conor Sheary Conor Hylands Michael Cunningham Eoin Kilduff Joey Dunne Daniel Kane Daragh Lyons and Cathal Kennedy
In the U-16 Division 6 game, Lucan lost out to a strong Naomh Fionnbara side on a score line of 3-14 to 3-04.
Two of the U-15 teams were in league action on Sunday. In Division 5, Lucan lost out to Clanna Gael-Fontenoy by 7-08 to 3-05. In Division 9, St. Judes beat Lucan by 6-03 to 4-05.
Well done to all the teams competing at the weekend.