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ST BRIGID’S locate themselves on the brink of the knockout rounds of the Go Ahead Dublin Elder 2 Football Champion after their 1-16 to 0-9 win o ver St Anne’s at Bohernabreena.
Complying with an impressive 1-14 to 1-5 win against Trinity Gaels in the open-
ing round at Drumnigh, Brigid’s were on the look-out momentarily successive success when traveling.
They really did not have it all their very own way, nonetheless, and also the visitors were forced to be content with a one-point lead (0-7 to 0-6) at half-time.
Learn more in this weeks Dublin Gazette out in shops now Crucially, Brigid’s had the wind benefit on the reactivate as well as this verified vital for the Russell Park outfit in the end.
After Paddy Lysaght shook the net on 39 mins, the floodgates opened for the two-time Senior 1 champions. Having videotaped a 1-21 to 2-14 sway Ballyboughal on September 12, Anne’s continue to be in the search for a knockout area. Their last game will see them take on Trinity Gaels, that suffered a 1-17 to 1-13 turnaround to Ballyboughal.
Thanks to a 4-18 to 1-13 gain Naomh Mearnóg at Hyde Park, owners Cuala are ensured a location in the last-eight. An honest clash between Mearnog and Naomh Maur will determine who joins them in certifying from Group 2, and Maur’s will certainly enter that competition in fine spirits, having actually gotten over St Peregrine’s by 3-22 to 1-1 in Rush.
SFC2 semi-finalists in the past two periods, Templeogue Synge Street made it 2 victories from 2 in Team 3 with a 2-13 to 0-13 success at the expense of Erin’s Isle in Dolphin Park on Saturday.
Many thanks in no little part to an objective from four-time All-Ireland elderly winner as well as 2020 All-Star Niall Scully (inset), TSS relocated 6 factors clear on the stroke of 20 minutes. Because second-placed Isles are readied to satisfy the third-ranked Sylvester’s in the last round– both of whom they have actually defeated to day– TSS are currently in the bowl for the quarter-final draw.
Syls used themselves a fighting possibility of joining Mike Fitzpatrick’s southsiders when declaring a slim 1-12 to 1-11 gain Fingallians in Broomfield. In Group 4, Parnell’s edged out St Mary’s
Saggart at Pairc Mhuire to make it two wins in succession for the Coolock side. Harry Gardiner got
the necessary objective in a 1-9 to 0-11 accomplishment.
They will round off their group phase campaign against Naomh Olaf, that beat Fingal Ravens in Rolestown (1-15 to 0-14).
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