It was a dark and windy night but the future of Hurling is bright in Ballinteer. In a convincing team performance which thrilled their loyal followers and surprised near neighbours, Ballyboden St Enda’s, our Under 21 Hurlers made history last night to record a first win at semi-final stage in the Dublin U21 ‘A’ Hurling Championship and set up a final date with neighbours Kilmacud Crokes who beat St Judes in the other semi-final on 9th February in Bray Emmets.
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The U21 Hurling A Championship Semi Final is on Tuesday night 25th February at 8-00pm on the AWP. This is the 5th attempt to get to an U21A decider having lost semi-finals in 2003, 2005, 2010 and 2012. We want to see a huge St Johns crowd out to support the team against Ballyboden St Endas. Come early and get a good spot to cheer the lads on.
The lucky winners of the Ballinteer St Johns Lotto Jackpot. Photographed at the presentation of lotto cheque for €11,000, from left David Gildea Treasurer, Peadar O Shea Chairman, Noeleen and Christy Casey, and winning ticket seller John Weir. Congratulations Noeleen and Christy thanks for supporting St Johns lotto.