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COUNTY champs, St Vincent's, lead the 2014 Dublin Bus/The Herald Dubs Stars football parade.

COUNTY champs, St Vincent's, lead the 2014 Dublin Bus/The Herald Dubs Stars football parade.

No fewer than nine Marino men have been selected on the first fifteen that will tackle Jim Gavin's Dublin side at Parnell's on New Year's Day.

Michael Savage, Jarlath Curley, Hugh Gill, Ger Brennan, Michael Concarr, Eamon Fennell, Gavin Burke, Diarmuid Connolly and Ruairi Treanor (pictured) make up the Vincent's nine.

Vincent's won their 27th Dublin SFC title this season, becoming the first club to complete the back-to-back since Kilmacud Crokes in 2005.

Tommy Conroy's All-Ireland champions are now preparing to meet Rhode in the Leinster final on Sunday week.

Vincent's overcame St Oliver Plunkett's/ER in the dramatic Dublin decider before a full house in Parnell Park.

Plunkett's have three players named on the team, including Bernard Brogan, plus another three on the bench.

In all, five clubs are represented in the 22-man squad - St Vincent's, St Oliver Plunkett's/ER, Ballyboden St Enda's, St Jude's and Templeogue Synge Street.

Both Boden and Jude's reached the semi-final, while Templeogue Synge Street made it to the quarter-final, where they were beaten by Vincent's.

3FULL DUBS STARS FOOTBALL TEAM: SEE PAGES 40-41


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