Dublin elderly hurling championship: round-robin stage

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Dublin Senior Citizen Hurling Championships Sneak Peek The 2021 Consent Dublin SHC ‘A’gets underway this coming weekend with holders Cuala facing Kilmacud Crokes in the stand-out round-robin fixture this Saturday in Parnell Park (6.0). Cuala have won five of the last 6 top-flight champion titles as well as have secured the New Ireland Guarantee Cup on 8 celebrations in overall. The Dalkey guys are chasing after a 3 in-a-row of crowns this year having actually

won the last two, with Ballyboden St Enda’s defeating Kilmacud Crokes in the 2018 decider. Crokes themselves last won the title in 2014 when they got rid of St Jude’s in the last as well as

the last time the honours went northside remained in 2006 when Craobh Chiaráin defeated Ballyboden. Cuala as well as Crokes are very familiar challengers and also met in the finals of 2016 and also 2017.

In 2015 Cuala included a solid last quarter to conquer Ballyboden, 2-20 to 1-18, in a top quality Dublin final at Parnell Park. Boden, that led by 6 factors late in the opening fifty percent, were a point to the great as the groups entered the

2nd half water break, 1-16 to 1-15. However, the Dalkey guys held the upperhand in the definitive minutes to run out five-point victors after a sporting and entertaining battle between these 2 hurling heavyweights. Over the hour-plus Cuala struck simply 2 wides, both in the opening half, as Boden were left

to rue 10wides in overall with a specifically pricey spell in the first half during which they were the dominant side. Quickly after the 2nd fifty percent water break Disadvantage O’Callaghan(left)broke through on objective as well as was fouled for a fine as his

shot hit the internet and Seán Moran scientifically sent off the resulting fine to see his side take the lead for the first time considering that the opening min. Within two minutes of the charge Conal Keaney (Ballyboden)and Colum Sheanon (Cuala )were both dispatched on second yellow

cards and also the big-game nous of the former Dublin senior hurler was doing not have by his side in the passing away mins. Nevertheless, Cuala caretaker Seán Brennan also came to his side’s rescue when he made a terrific dual save as the video game moved into added

time when four factors separated the sides, 2-19 to 1-18. Fittingly the last rating of the game was up to David Treacy to bring his personal tally to 0-11(7f, 1’65 ‘)after playing

a central duty in his side’s eight

Dublin SHC top-flight title– this triumph brought them degree with O’Toole’s and also UCD in the top-flight roll of honour. Find out more in this weeks Digital Edition

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