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Rory O'Carroll featured for Kilmacud Crokes against Ballymun Kickhams in the Dublin Senior Football Championship at Parnell Park.
Rory O'Carroll featured for Kilmacud Crokes against Ballymun Kickhams in the Dublin Senior Football Championship at Parnell Park.

Club Championships round-up


GAELIC FOOTBALL

Dublin Senior Football Championship

Senior One

Kilmacud Crokes 2-12 Ballymun Kickhams 0-14

Na Fianna 3-14 St Sylvesters 0-9

Ballyboden St Enda's 0-11 Clontarf 0-10

Lucan Sarsfields 3-14 Skerries Harps 1-10

Thomas Davis 0-10 Raheny 1-7

St Jude's 2-6 St Oliver Plunketts Eoghan Ruadh 1-9

St Vincent's 1-14 St Brigid's 1-6

Castleknock 1-18 Ballinteer St John's 1-11

Senior Two

Cuala 1-16 Fingallians 0-8

St Maurs 1-16 Round Towers Clondalkin 1-10

Whitehall Colmcille 2-13 Naomh Olaf 1-13

Templeogue Synge St 0-13 Naomh Mearnog 0-8

Round Towers Lusk 4-18 St Patrick's 0-6

St Mary's 1-15 Parnells 1-6

Fingal Ravens 2-12 St Peregrines 0-9

Meath Senior Football Championship

Simonstown Gaels 2-8 Wolfe Tones 1-9

Mayo Senior Football Championship

Ballintubber 0-18 Hollymount/Carramore 1-3

Breaffy 1-10 Davitts 0-7

Ballina Stephenites 1-9 Castlebar Mitchels 0-12

Aghamore 1-5 Westport 0-8

Belmullet 0-8 Charlestown 0-7

Kiltane 0-7 Moy Davitts 0-6

Knockmore 1-9 Garrymore 1-5

Ballaghaderreen 2-10 Claremorris 1-12

Tipperary Senior Football Championship

Clonmel Commercials 0-9 Arravale Rovers 1-4

JK Brackens 1-12 Ballyporeen 0-11

Ardfinnan 0-9 Kildangan 0-2

Loughmore-Castleiney 2-9 Kilsheelan-Kilcash 0-4

Aherlow 2-4 Cahir 1-6

Moyle Rovers 0-7 Upperchurch-Drombane 0-6

Eire Og Annacarty/Donohill 0-13 Killenaule 1-8

Cork Senior Football Championship

Ilen Rovers 2-9 Carbery Rangers 1-9

Waterford Senior Football Championship

Gailltir 1-5 An Rinn 1-4

Stradbally 0-12 Kilmacthomas 1-2

Rathgormack 3-8 Clashmore 0-4

Kilrossanty 0-16 Portlaw 2-4

Ballinacourty 1-16 Brickey Rangers 0-4

Dean Rock, Ballymun Kickhams, and Rory O'Carroll, Kilmacud Crokes, during Saturday's Dublin SFC clash at Parnell Park.
Dean Rock, Ballymun Kickhams, and Rory O'Carroll, Kilmacud Crokes, during Saturday's Dublin SFC clash at Parnell Park.

Holders Kilmacud Crokes made an impressive early statement in the Dublin SFC when defeating a star studded Ballymun Kickhams outfit by 2-13 to 0-14.

Paul Mannion converted a first half penalty, while impressive Stephen Williams struck 1-1 in the closing stages for Crokes, who also included the returning Rory O'Carroll.

Na Fianna, managed by Dessie Farrell, enjoyed a convincing win over St Sylvesters with Conor McHugh, Aaron Byrne, and David Lacey netting goals.

Diarmuid Connolly played at centre back for St Vincent's, who proved too strong for St Brigid's.

There was plenty of drama in the Mayo SFC with Cillian O'Connor back in action following injury for Ballintubber a boost for the inter-county team.

Ballintubber, inspired by Alan Dillon, cruised to an emphatic success against Hollymount/Carramore, while Breaffy, beaten 2018 finalists, overcame Davitts.

Castlebar Mitchels finished strongly to divide the spoils with Ballina Stephenites and there also was a draw between Aghamore and Westport.

Andy Moran, who notched 1-7, blasted a last gasp penalty as Ballaghaderreen defeated Claremorris by a point.

In the Tipperary SFC Ciaran Kenrick drilled an injury time 45 over the bar as Moyle Rovers shaded a tight tussle with Upperchurch-Drombane.

Michael Quinlivan made an appearance as a second half substitute during Clonmel Commercials narrow success over Arravale Rovers.

Ilen Rovers defeated Carbery Rangers by 2-9 to 1-9 in the Cork SFC with Dan MacEoin contributing six points for the winners.

Dessie Hutchinson, who previously played for Brighton & Hove Albion and Waterford United kicked a late free as Gailltir beat An Rinn 1-5 to 1-4 in the Waterford SFC.

Donie Breathnach had edged An Rinn ahead with a first half penalty, but Gailltir claimed victory at the death.

Peter Casey continues to impress for Na Piarsaigh.
Peter Casey continues to impress for Na Piarsaigh.

HURLING

Limerick Senior Hurling Championship

Na Piarsaigh 4-20 South Liberties 0-10

Patrickswell 1-13 Doon 0-10

Kilmallock 0-18 Adare 0-13

Ballybrown 1-23 Knockainey 0-13

Monaleen 1-17 Ahane 0-17

Garryspillane 2-12 Murroe-Boher 0-18

Cork Senior Hurling Championship

Erins Own 3-7 Ballymartle 2-8

Wexford Senior Hurling Championship

St Martin's 8-22 St Anne's Rathangan 0-11

Rapparees 1-18 Ferns St Aidan's 1-11

Faythe Harriers 0-12 St Mogue's 0-12

Oylegate-Glenbrien 2-19 Oulart the Ballagh 2-18

Naomh Eanna 1-15 St Anne's Rathnure 0-17

Glynn-Barntown 0-14 Shelmaliers 1-11

Wexford star Lee Chin is an influential figure for Faythe Harriers.
Wexford star Lee Chin is an influential figure for Faythe Harriers.

Na Piarsaigh, who have set the standard in Limerick in recent years, beat South Liberties by 4-20 to 0-10.

Kevin Downes, David Dempsey, Conor Boylan, and Peter Casey netted goals for an accomplished Na Piarsaigh team, who were always in control.

John Flynn's second half goal put Patrickswell on the road to a 1-13 to 0-10 win over Doon.

Diarmaid Byrnes long range free taking was a feature of the game in which Patrickswell eventually pulled clear.

Robbie Hanley and Paddy O'Loughlin were prominent for Kilmallock, who outwitted Ahane.

On Saturday evening in the Cork SHC at Pairc Ui Rinn Erins Own did enough to shrug off Ballymartle's spirited resistance.

Despite conceding two goals to Jack Dwyer and Paul Geary, Erins Own prevailed on a 3-7 to 2-8 scoreline.

Eoghan Murphy, Stephen Horgan, and Mark Collins netted goals for Erins Own.

St Martin's struck eight goals in the Wexford SHC when defeating St Anne's Rathangan 8-22 to 0-12.

An understrength St Anne's just couldn't cope as Mikey Coleman notched a hat-trick.

Podge Doran and Seamus Casey notched majors Oylegate-Glenbrien claimed a 2-19 to 2-18 win over Oulart the Ballagh.

Lee Chin registered nine points as Faythe Harries and Fethard drew.

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