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A fantastic first-half efficiency put Kilmacud Crokes on their way to an area in the Go Ahead Dublin Elder 1 Football Final, with success over Ballyboden St Enda’s at Parnell Park on Saturday evening.

Crokes’ proposal for a Dublin Elder Championship double continues and also they will certainly now go on to deal with St Jude’s in the Football decider.

Ryan Basquel as well as Paul Mannion shared a support of factors each beforehand.

Yet Crokes stepped points up as well as outscored their southside competitors by 1-08 to 0-01 in between the 10h min as well as fifty percent time.

Shane Horan and also Tom Fox ratings saw Crokes take a two-point introduce the initial half water break, with more points from Fox, Dara Mullin, Dan O’Brien and Mannion pressing them better in advance.

Conal Keaney responded for ‘Boden with a wonderful score late in the fifty percent, yet Crokes after that goaled. A long Dan O’Brien delivery was well captured by Shane Cunningham, that finished nicely to the net to help Crokes to a 1-9 to 0-3 lead at half time.

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Find out more in this weeks Dublin Gazette out in shops now Crokes remained to thrill in the 2nd half, with ratings from Hugh Kenny, goalkeeper Conor Ferris (2x’45), Cunningham and the Go Ahead

Man of the Suit Mannion leaving them 12-points clear with five mins to play. Colm and Ryan Basquel kicked a free each late on to tighten the space, before Simon Lambert blew up to the net for the Firhouse Rd men.

Yet it disappeared than an alleviation for Anthony Rainbow’s side, as Crokes relieved into the final with 7 indicate save to set up a repeat of the 2018 Dublin Elder Football decider.

St Judes will certainly oppose the 2021 Go Ahead Dublin Senior 1 Football Final, complying with victory over Lucan Sarsfields at Parnell Park on Saturday evening.

A 3rd quarter racking up burst placed the Templeogue side in command as well as– in spite of a late rise from Lucan– they held on to deservedly secure their place in the region last.

Caption; Kilmacud Crokes’ Paul Mannion at work against Shane Clayton of Ballyboden St Enda’s throughout Dublin football semi-final.

Image by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

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