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John West Féile ambassador and Limerick hurler Seán Finn at the John West Féile 2022 Launch at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo: Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

John West Féile ambassador and Limerick hurler Seán Finn at the John West Féile 2022 Launch at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo: Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

John West Féile ambassador and Limerick hurler Seán Finn at the John West Féile 2022 Launch at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo: Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

Next Saturday sees Dublin host the John West Féile na nGael National Hurling finals on what should be a feast of top quality action for the small ball enthusiast.

The action will be divided across the county with UCD Belfield and the National Games Development Centre in Abbotstown hosting the group games.

In total, twelve clubs from across the country will be participating in this prestigious event with the hosts providing four of those teams. 

Leading the way are county Division 1 winners Kilmacud Crokes, who impressed many in their final win against Ballinteer St John’s, and they find themselves pitted in Group 4, alongside Ballinstragh Gaels (Wexford) and Mount Sion (Waterford). 

Ballinteer will be across the city in Group 1 and will look to make a positive impression in their games against Douglas (Cork) and James Stephens (Kilkenny). 

Also playing in Abbotstown are St Jude’s, who will be looking to advance at the expense of Munster duo Dúrlas Óg (Tipperary) and Clooney Quin (Clare).

Lucan Sarsfields are placed in Group 3 with tricky tests against Ahane (Limerick) and Athenry (Galway) on the cards. 

Group 1 (Abbotstown from 11.00): Ballinteer St John’s, Douglas, James Stephens. 

Group 2 (Abbotstown from 11.00): St Jude’s, Dúrlas Óg, Clooney Quin. 

Group 3 (Belfield from 11.00): Lucan Sarsfields, Ahane, Athenry. 

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Group 4 (Belfield from 11.00): Kilmacud Crokes, Ballinstragh Gaels, Mount Sion.     


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