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Timetable for the year:
 

Date
Event
Location
Comment
Sat 5th Mar
Match v Liffey Gaels Away Won by walkover
Sat 12th Mar Match v Ballyboden B Marlay Lost 0-0 to 3-2
Sat 19th Mar Challenge v Crokes Crokes Lost 4-2 to 4-1
Sat 26th Mar Match v Finians Swords Lost 1-3 to 1-2
Sat 9th Apr Challenge v Crokes Marlay Lost 6-2 to 6-0
Wed 13th Apr Match v Bray Bray Lost 5-6 to 2-0
Wed 4th May Match v Bray Marlay Lost 2-4 to 1-3
Sun 8th May Challenge v Judes B Tymon Won 6-3 to 2-4
Sat 14th May Feile 2011 Portmarnock Champions!
Wed 25th May Match v CBC Marlay Won 5-3 to 1-0
Sat 11th Jun Match v Liffey Gaels Marlay Won 7-3 to 0-1
Sat 3rd Sep Champ v Liffey Gaels Marlay Won by walkover
Wed 7th Sep Match v CBC Dolphins Barn Won 8-2 to 1-0
Sat 17th Sep Champ v CBC Dolphins Barn Won 10-6 to 1-2
Sat 24th Sep Champ v Ballyboden B Ballyboden Won 6-2 to 6-1
Sun 9th Oct Champ v Finians Marlay Won 8-13 to 0-0
Sat 22nd Oct Champ Final v Ballyboden B Lucan Won 2-4 to 3-0 Champions!
Sat 5th Nov Match v Ballyboden B Ballyboden Won 6-6 to 2-3
Sat 12th Nov Match v Finians Swords Won 9-5 to 0-1

 
 
 
   
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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.

Scorers:

Ballinteer St Johns: Grace O’Shea (2-0); Caoimhe Smith (1-0); Amber Traynor (1-0); Eleanor Aherne (0-3),

Kilmacud Crokes: Niamh Egan (0-1)

Player of the Match: Aoife Kelly (Ballinteer St Johns)

Referee: Brendan Cooper (Good Counsel)

 

 

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Mentors
 Philip Browne, Breda Kelly & David Gardiner
Thanks to
 All parents for their continued support.