Camogie Seniors in Shield Final

Our Senior camogie team are playing in their Shield Final on Sunday morning in Marley Park. After a great run in the championship and getting to the Quarter Final only to be beaten after Extra Time by Skerries Harps, the girls will be looking to triumph here. Also to add to the occasion, the match is against local neighbours Ballyboden St Enda, so promises to be a great encounter.
The match takes place in Marley Park on Sunday morning at 11am. All support in very welcome.

Table Toppers Clash in Beech Park

Our table topping Junior B team take on Erin Go Bragh in their final game of the season this Sunday in Beech Park. Both teams need to win this match to keep their league hopes alive and will be hoping for a slip up from Parnells against St. Josephs. The match takes place in Beech Park at 11am on Sunday morning. All support is very welcome.

Our Junior A team are also in action this weekend as they take on Erins Isle in their 2nd last league game of the season. Isles are tetering over the relegation zone and need a win. This match takes place in Finglas on Saturday evening at 6pm.

 

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Seniors topple Finbars for 6th win in 8 games.

Our senior footballers showed a great display of determenation and discipline to beat Noamh Fionnbarra on Wednesday night, beating them 0-17 to 2-05. From the word go, Ballinteer were on top and took the lead within a minute and held it the whole way through the game.

Fearghal Duffy and Johnny McNally ran all day in the Full Forward line andwere central to everything good that St Johns created. Mark Kavanagh and Paraic O’Connor commanded the midfield while the full back line kept the Finbar’s forwards quite, limiting them to only 7 scores all game.

 

Their game V Erins Isle is postponed this weekend.

 

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