Elderly Hurling Champion: Quarter-Finals Weekend

Protecting champs Cuala and a heated Ballyboden St Enda’s will certainly clash in the pick of this weekend break’s 4 Dublin Senior tossing Champion quarter-finals at Parnell Park.

The very first two last eight clashes will take place on Saturday, where St Jude’s face Department 1 league champs Na Fianna at 3pm, prior to Lucan Sarsfields lock horns with Corabh Chiaráin at 5pm.

Then on Sunday, Kilmacud Crokes willtake on St Oliver Plunkett’s/ Eoghan Ruadh at 2pm before the much-anticipated clash of Cuala as well as Boden at 4pm.

At the same time, a new collection in association with Proceed Ireland, series, will certainly begin including proud Dublin GAA family members the Hethertons of St Vincents, Clontarf and Craobh Chiaráin.

Elsehwere, St Jude’s will encounter St Vincent’s in Sunday’s Dublin Senior citizen 1 Hurling Camogie championhip final in Abbotstown (2.30 pm).

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“We are all eagerly anticipating a great match,”Dublin camogie PRO Martina McGilloway.”We are expeting a large crowd. The suit will certainly additionally be streamed, to make sure that’s good for anybody who can not travel or undoubtedly that may be overseas. The streaming of video games has actually been a big success. It’s been a superb Championship. So right here’s hoping for a high quality game to round points off.

“It ought to be an incredibly video game. The teams know each other well.

“The final is the emphasize of our season. And also Abbotstown offers the excellent place. With the stand as well as the pitch, which is constantly in leading shape.”

In Other Places, Sláine Carey landed a fantastic six objectives as Na Fianna won the Permission Dublin Inter 1 Camogie Champion last Sunday, seeing off Dublin 15 side St Peregrine’s in a thrilling decider.

Niall McMorrow of Ballyboden St Enda’s at work against Colm Cronin (centre) and Colum Sheanon of Cuala during the 2020 Dublin County Senior Citizen Hurling Champion Final at Parnell Park. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/ Sportsfile. Photo: Niall O’Connell

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