Tickets for the Leinster Football Championship double header in Corke Park on June 5th can now be ordered through Eddie Byrne. The order need to be given to Eddie before this Sunday night. Eddie can be contacted on 0876843283. Dublin take on Laois and Kildare take on Meath in what promises to be 2 great encounters,
Championship Forecast Competition
Final Results – 2011
Update 18/07/2011 – Week 10
Congratulations to Eoin, Eamonn, Paul, Damien and Susan! Prizes will be given out this Saturday night at the club barbeque.
Exciting finish going to the tie breaker question for both 2nd and 3rd as well as 4th and 5th.
The tie breaker was to predict the total score tally for the Dublin Football team. Result = 4goals + 40 points = 52 points in total.
|38||1||Eoin George||206||10||10||Wins €1000|
|139||2||Eamonn Naughton||197||10||10||Wins €500 – Placed 2nd on tie-break: 68pts predicted.|
|133||3||Paul Leahy||197||0||10||Wins €200 – Placed 3rd on tie-break: 71pts predicted.|
|39||4||Damien Butler||196||10||10||Wins €100 – Placed 4th on tie-break: 57 pts predicted.|
|8||5||Susan Henderson||196||10||10||Wins €50 – Placed 5th on tie-break: 62 pts predicted.|
|69||11||Ciarán Mac Diarmada||182||10||10|
|23||16||Joe Mulvaney – 1||181||0||10|
|124||53||Mick Wren Snr||171||0||10|
|79||71||Colm Fitzpatrick 1||165||0||10|
|80||92||Colm Fitzpatrick 2||158||0||10|
|87||97||Joe Mulvaney – 2||157||0||0|
This weekend there is a full round of Adult football fixtures and all of our Adult teams are in action. The weekends football starts off with the Senior Team in action on Saturday against St Brgids. Alan Byrne and co. will be looking to kick start their season with a victory over the team they beat in the cup earlier in the year. The match takes place in Russel Park at 6:30pm and all support will be much appreciated.
Sunday morning attentions then turn to the Junior A and Junior B teams. The Junior A’s will be looking to get their season back on track after two disappointing losses to Round Towers and St. Annes in their last two outings. They take on St Judes in Tymon North at 11am.
At the same time, the form team of the club at the moment, the Junior B team take on Wild Geese and will look to keep their tremendous form going. Having only lost 1 of their first 7 games in the league, the lads will be looking to keep themselves on top of the table. The match takes place in Old Town at 11am.
Moving to Sunday afternoon and the Junior C team are in action against St. oliver Plunketts at 3pm. They have had an indifferent start to the season with 2 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses but will be looking to move up a place or two with victory on Sunday. This match takes place in Martin Savage Park.
Senior V St Brigids – Russel Park – Sat 18:30
Junior A V St Judes – Tymon North – Sun 11:00
Junior B V Wild Geese – Old Town – Sun 11:00
Junior C V St Oliver Plunketts – Martin Savage Park – Sun 15:00
DIVISION 3 DUBLIN FEILE WINNERS
Division 3 Ballinteer St Johns 4 – 4 Kilmacud Crokes 0 – 1
Ballinteer St Johns turned on a superb display to see off the brave challenge of Kilmacud Crokes. In Aoife Kelly, the Marlay Park outfit have a human dynamo. She was simply everywhere and had a hand in several of the John’s scores.
First off the mark in the 5th minute was Eleanor Aherne who also had a fine game. Five minutes later, Aoife Kelly set up Caoimhe Smith for Ballinteer’s first goal.
Ballinteer’s defence was outstanding so much the ‘keeper Niamh Kilkenny had a troublefree day much of it thanks to the great play of half back Sophie Quinn. Captain Aisling Brown’s impressive striking of frees relieved many dangerous moments. Eimear Stakelum (daughter of Dublin hurling selector Richie) battled hard for Crokes at midfield.
But Ballinteer struck a decisive blow just before half time when another Aoife Kelly delivery found its way to Grace O’Shea who goaled.
The door was firmly closed 5 minutes into the second half when Grace O’Shea grabbed her second goal. Sarah Galvin in the Crokes’ goal had earlier brought off a great save.
Crokes battled to the finish but Ballinteer had the scoring power and the possession and even managed to knock up 11 wides. After points by Eleanor Aherne and Aisling Browne, the fourth goal came from the excellent Amber Traynor.
Ballinteer St Johns: Grace O’Shea (2-0); Caoimhe Smith (1-0); Amber Traynor (1-0); Eleanor Aherne (0-3), Aisling Browne (0-1)
Kilmacud Crokes: Niamh Egan (0-1)
Player of the Match: Aoife Kelly (Ballinteer St Johns)
Referee: Brendan Cooper (Na Fianna)
This week there is a full round of fixtures midweek, kicking off with all the Junior teams playing on Tuesday evening at home.
The Junior A’s take on St. Annes in Marley Park looking to continue their push towards the top of the table. The game throws in at 7:30.
The Junior B’s are also playing in the park on Tuesday evening, taking on Ranalagh Gaels at the same time.
The Junior C’s take on Na Gaeil Óga in Loretto Park at 7:30 also on Tuesday evening,
Our Senior team go in search for their first win in the league on Wednesday evening when they take on Skerries Harps on at 7:30 also in Marley Park.
All Support is much appreciated for all these matches.
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The BSJ Lisney Mini All-Ireland’s 2011 and are starting up next week on the 9th of May. The boys football leagues start on Monday and the Fixtures are below with the hurling commencing on the 23rd. The girls football leagues start on the 16th with the camogie on th 30th Best of luck to all involved and all support for this would be much appreciated.
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Our Senior footballers had an impressive 10 point victory over St Marks on Saturday in O’Toole Park. A good crowd turned up for on Saturday afternoon and they were treated to a great display by St Johns.
The first few minutes were quite tense with both teams matching each and the game was level at 4 points each after 10 minutes. However, then Ballinteer started to relax and became assertive with Johnny McNally kicking over some great frees and Sean Reilly pitching in with a few scores of his own.
The scoreline read 10 points to 4 when St Marks were nearly handed a lifeline. They came through one on one with the St Johns goalkeeper and bundled the ball over the line after the initial effort was saved, however the referee called a square ball and Ballinteer moved on.
They went in at half-time leading 13 points to 4 and very much in the driving seat. The second half started as the first half ended with St Johns having most of the ball and then 5 minutes in, Shane McCann put the game to bed as a contest with a wonderfully executed goal on his left foot, from a very tight angle. This put Ballinteer 12 points up.
St Marks then had a small purple patch and scored 1-01 in quick succession to bring it back to 8 points but St Johns tokk control once more and Sean Reilly and Co, kept the scoreboard ticking, finsihing the game 1-17 to 1-07.
The second round now takes place next Saturday at 4:30pm in O’Toole Park against Templeougue.