CADBURY'S sponsor the All-Ireland U-21 Football Championship. They are now asking followers to vote for their best U-21 players over the last five years.
The 15 players who get the most votes will be included on the Cadbury 15. Dublin, of course, are the current All-Ireland champs.
There's a cluster of Dubs on the featured list, players who have won Cadbury Hero of the Month awards. They include Rory O'Carroll, Dean Rock, Nicky Devereux, Paddy Andrews and Dean Kelly.
To vote for your favourites, click on the following link - http://www.cadburygaau21.com/cadbury-15.php
THE annual St Joseph's/OCB Inner City Football tournament continues this evening at Fairview Park.
"There should be some cracking matches. It's all free, and there's no Plan B here. Everybody is allowed on the pitch after the matches," quips Barry Flynn of the host club.
Tonight's double-bill sees Clontarf play Clanna Gael Fontenoy (6.15) and that's followed by Craobh Chiaráin against St Vincent's (7.45).
It's semi-final night tomorrow. The first semi is at 6.15 and the second one throws in at 7.45.
Friday sees the final, which will start at 7.30. "We are issuing an open invitation to everybody to come down and enjoy the games this week," adds Barry.
THE Dublin Master footballers were disappointed to get the news that the All-Ireland Masters Championship was suspended by the GAA.
Dublin mentors Peter Joyce, Joe McNally and Ken Murray, were busy assembling the squad for this year's campaign.
It included players of the calibre of Paul Curran, Jason Ward, Kevin O'Brien and Vinnie Murphy.
Dublin reached the semi-final last year and they were in the midst of strengthening the squad when the curtain was pulled.
NAOMH MEARNóG were Sunday's Comeback Kings.
They played St Vincent's at Páirc Naomh Uinsionn in Group B of the Junior C Hurling Championship.
Vincent's led by nine points at one stage but the Portmarnock side came back to win by 4-9 to 0-16.
The popular 'goals win matches' refrain was heard all around Marino.