Elderly Football Champion Final: Joy for Kilmacud

Kilmacud Crokes 1-7

St Jude’s 1-6

KILMACUD CROKES secured the second half of a well-known hurling and also football double last Sunday as they originated from behind late on to snatch the title far from a ruined St Jude’s.

The Tymon North club had actually seemed on the cusp of a very first title before a late Crokes surge saw them reeled in, replace Callum Pearson kicking the victor for Crokes deep right into injury time.

Crokes talisma and former Dublin elderly celebrity Paul Mannion thinks the relentless nature of the success will stand to Kilmacud in the Leinster Championship project to come.

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Click link to read more in this weeks Dublin Gazette out in shops now” We expected a challenging video game like thaty. They love to make it a relentless sort of event. Shut the rooms as well as you can see the intensity of their dealing with throughout the entire game,”Mannion told the Irish Independent.”Right up to the last minute when we were just jabbing for a rating, for an equaliser.

“Really good game I think that will certainly stand to us now going into the Leinster championship (a quarter-final meeting with Wolfe Tones of Meath),” Mannion described.

Kilmacud’s victorious hurlers will certainly start their Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship war Raharney of Westmeath on Sunday, with a 1pm throw-in at Pearse Park in Mullingar.

Somewhere Else, Na Fianna asserted the Dublin Intermediate All Area Football Championship title when overcoming Cuala by 2-14 to 0-14 at Balgriffin on Sunday early morning.

A brace of objectives from Seamus Smith in the third quarter showed the difference in between the two groups.

At the same time, Clontarf took advantage of house advantage as they secured the Go-Ahead Dublin Junior 1 All County Football Championship when bordering Templeogue Synge Road by 0-9 to 0-6 at St Anne’s Park on Sunday.

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