Round Tower’s Lusk 1-11

ST JUDE’S generated a second-half goal strike against St Oliver Plunkett’s/ Eoghan Ruadh at O’Toole Park on Sunday to join Lucan Sarsfields up of the Proceed Dublin Elder one Football Champion Team 4 table.

Having shared the spoils with Lucan (1-14 each) at the very same place a fortnight earlier, the Templeogue side boosted their quest for a knockout spot by defeating their Navan Roadway counterparts on a scoreline of 3-17 to 1-15. This edges them before Lucan on score distinction– the 12th Lock guys took pleasure in a one-point triumph over Round Tower Lusk on Saturday– however it stays naturally poised relocating right into the final round of the group.

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Find out more in this weeks Dublin Gazette out in shops now Thanks to 3 factors by previous Cork footballer Niall Coakley, Jude’s brought a healthy 0-9 to 0-5 lead into the interval of their clash with Plunkett’s .

The video game opened to a substantial degree on the resumption as Gareth Roche’s 2018 finalists rattled the web on three celebrations through David Mannix, Alan Connolly and also Ronan Joyce. Aside from
this triune, Coakley and also Pat Spillane contributed with four factors each. Serial Celtic Cross champion Kevin McManamon likewise assisted himself to a support of ratings to cap a fine group performance from Jude’s. Lucan’s Mark Lavin under pressure from the Round Towers Lusk protection at Parnell Park last Saturday. Picture: Sarsfields’senior hurlers assisted to elevate some crucial funds for Pieta House lately, where Dee Hayden was on hand for the charity to receive a cheque for EUR2,000 with (from left) Lucan manager Sean McCaffrey, previous Dublin captain Johnny McCaffrey, advisor Bernard Crowley (2nd from right) and also present Dublin elderly hurling area celebrities Ronan Smith (third from left) and Chris Crummey

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