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Temp Head - 8226 Congratulations to this year

• Congratulations to this year's Senior 1 champions Ballyboden St. Endas who defeated St. Vincents 2-7 to 1-7 their 4th title in a row. Best of luck to Ballyboden who have home venue in the Leinster semi-final when they meet the Wexford champions on Sunday, 20 October.

Congratulations to Lucan Sarsfields who defeated a skilful Portobello side1-10 to 1-07 in a very well contested Senior 3 Final.

• Congratulations to Whitehall Colmcilles on winning the Senior 6 championship final replay when outscoring a brave Na Fianna side 2-08 to 2-02.

• Senior 2 final: Ballinteer St. Johns and St. Oliver Plunketts will contest this year's Senior 2 final. Both teams had one point wins over Skerries Harps and St. Vincents 2 respectively in Sunday's semi-finals.

• October 13: Venue Trinity Gael grounds: Last of this year's championship finals - Senior 2, Senior 4 and Senior 7 finals.

• The County Board sincerely thanks Trinity Gaels club for the use of their grounds and facilities for our championship finals.

• For full list of juvenile and adult fixtures check fixtures/results on this site.

• Female Referees: A new starter referee course will begin in mid-January 2014, which is aimed at increasing the amount of female referees in the game of Camogie. We are asking any ex-players, adult players or female mentors, who wish to become referees to attend. For further information, please contact Garry Beagan at 0851743646 or by email dublincamogieref@gmail.com.

• International Shinty Competition: The All-Ireland winning Dublin Junior A team has been invited to take part in the International Shinty competition to be held in Inverness, Scotland on Saturday, 2 November. Best of luck to the players and management.

• A Fund-raising Table Quiz will be held in S. Oliver Plunkett/Eoghan Ruadh clubhouse on Friday, 18 October to help with the sending of our junior All-Ireland winning team, players and management, to the above International Shinty competition.

• Coca-Cola Ireland Thank You Fund 2013: The Camogie Association has been shortlisted for the Coca-Cola Ireland Thank You Fund 2013 along with 44 other projects across Ireland and Northern Ireland. A final decision on who will receive funding will be based on public vote and voting by an expert judging panel. The Camogie Association encourage all of their membership to log on to the following link Coca Cola Ireland Thank You Fund and vote via Facebook & Twitter.

• County Board meeting on Monday 14 October in Parnell Park. Minor Board at 7.00 County Board meeting at 7.45pm


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