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Former Dublin U-20 footballer Adam Waddick got on the scoresheet for Thomas Davis against St Brigid's.

Former Dublin U-20 footballer Adam Waddick got on the scoresheet for Thomas Davis against St Brigid's.

Former Dublin U-20 footballer Adam Waddick got on the scoresheet for Thomas Davis against St Brigid's.

Thomas Davis maintained their unbeaten record in Division 1 of the Dublin Adult Football League following their comfortable 1-20 to 0-5 win over St Brigid’s at Kiltipper Road on Saturday evening.

The hosts were never really troubled as they assumed control early on with points from Adam Fallon, Gavin Carruth, Eoghan Lambert, Sean Farrelly and Fionn Murray yielding a 0-10 to 0-2 interval lead. 

The second-half resumed in a similar vein as Thomas Davis increased their lead through scores by Ryan Deegan, Adam Waddick, Davy Keogh, Conor Guilfoyle and Eamon Conroy while Murray pounced for the game’s solitary goal late on. 

At Marley Park, debutant Oisin Grady kicked four points, including a last-gasp leveller, as Ballinteer St John’s drew 1-12 apiece with St Vincent’s.  

AFL1: Skerries Harps 2-10 Kilmacud Crokes 2-10; Castleknock 0-10 Ballyboden St Enda’s 2-10; Cuala 0-14 Naomh Mearnóg 2-8; Ballymun Kickhams 0-15 Lucan Sarsfields 4-8; St Jude’s 1-15 Clontarf 0-10; Thomas Davis 1-20 St Brigid’s 0-5; Ballinteer St John’s 1-12 St Vincent’s 1-12; St Maur’s 2-12 Na Fianna 1-12.

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The race for promotion from AFL2 continues to enthrall with the top five teams all securing wins in their quest to reach the top flight.  

At Lawless Park, Sean Foran and Darragh Scanlon were in inspired form as Whitehall Colmcille eased past Fingallians by 5-13 to 0-11. 

James O’Donoghue netted twice for the visitors, and with Sean Gannon, Foran and Kerrie Hannon also raising green flags, Whitehall pulled ahead through further scoring contributions from Tony O’Sullivan (0-4), Adam McDermott (0-2) and Sean Ryan (0-2). 

St Sylvester’s enhanced their position at the top of the table with an emphatic 3-18 to 1-4 home win against Na Fianna.  

AFL2: St Sylvester’s 3-18 Na Fianna 1-4; Templeogue Synge Street 3-6 Raheny 2-10; Fingal Ravens 2-9 Ballyboughal 2-7; St Oliver Plunkett’s/ER 2-14 Round Towers Clondalkin 2-11; Naomh Barróg 0-12 Naomh Olaf 2-16; St Anne’s 3-9 Kilmacud Crokes 1-12; Round Towers Lusk 1-13 Scoil Uí Chonaill 0-12; Fingallians 0-11 Whitehall Colmcille 5-13. 

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