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Trinity hit top spot

Trinity Gaels claimed the Dublin Féile Division 9 title when defeating a talented O'Dwyer's by 3-7 to 1-6 in Parnell Park last Sunday lunchtime.

The foundation for Trinity's win lay in a solid spine with goalkeeper Chris O'Riordan very impressive while there were excellent performances over the weekend from the likes of Andrew Duggan, who played out of position and Aaron O'Mahoney.

Jack Roche all impressed over Saturday and Sunday and he received valuable support from captain Stephen Hogan, John Reilly and Tmoni Nolan.

O'Dwyer's can be proud of their efforts last weekend with Conn McCurdy, Ciaran Behan, Stephen Dowling, Daniel Forde and Shane Nally typifying their skill and application.

Trinity Gaels: C O'Riordan, S Higgins, A Duggan, A O'Mahoney, S Hogan, L Canning, J Reilly, R Donnelly, S Dunne, C Brennan, S McGuinness, R O'Connor, S McEvoy, J McGuirk, T Nolan, P Bridgeman, A Howard, D Byrne, A Nwatan, K O'Brien, C Yates, J Roche, R Coyne, D Fowler.

O'Dwyer's: C McCurdy, C Behan, C Morrissey, J McGann, S Dowling, G Collins, C Martin, D McDowell, O Tuckey, O O'Connor, O McDonald, C Bolger Hayes, J Downes, R Weakley, A Saleb, A Oxafor, S Kiernan, F O'Shaughnessy, J Foran, P Whelan, K Cannon, A Long, D Forde, C Costello, S Nally.

Ref: S Hurson (Lucan Sarsfields).