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FODH to hit road again

THE Blue convoy will head for Walsh Park on Sunday. The FODH buses will leave Connolly Station (10.30am) and The Poitin Stil (11am). To book a place, text 087-2331983 by Thursday (6pm).

You can follow the team's progress by downloading the free ClubApp on www.clubapplive.com/fodh. It can be used live on all smart phones, tablets and computers. For full details, visit www.fodh.ie.

The Friends of Dublin Hurling AGM takes place in Parnell Park next Monday (8pm).

NA FIANNA are the All-Ireland champions. They returned from Castlebar with the Scór na nÓg Rince Fóirne title. Their mentor is Aedín Uí Mhaoleidigh.

The Glasnevin gold winners included the three Brennan brothers, Cathal, Colm and Ciarán, plus Caitlín Cooney, Kate Lynch, Aisling Murphy, Aideen Caverly and Aidan McCullough.

BUSY days ahead in the commentary box for Dublin City FM (103.2). They will have live broadcasts of Saturday's Dublin v Kildare NFL tie (7.0), the Division 1 Dublin v Cork ladies football game on Sunday (2.0), the Dublin hurlers versus Kilkenny on March 15 (7.0) and St Vincent's against Castlebar Mitchels in the All-Ireland Club Football final on St Patrick's Day (3.45).

PEOPLE remembered Paddy Reidy with fondness during the week. For years, Paddy was the heartbeat of An Caisleán. He devoted much of his life to the club.

VALENTINE'S DAY was over, but a chap was worried about cards – the yellow, red and black variety.

He focused in on a Dublin adult football game. He said it was a clean contest, but a cluster of cards were shown.

"I am just concerned that all these new rules and black cards are putting them under extra pressure," said the man.

"For such a clean game, I felt the card count was very high. I'm just wondering have other clubs experienced the same since this black card was introduced."


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