Ballymun Kickhams (@1.44) vs Na Fianna (@3.1)

Our Prediction:

Ballymun Kickhams will win

Ballymun Kickhams – Na Fianna Match Prediction | 27-09-2019 15:15

David Leacy added s third three pointer on the ,33 minute and from there onwards it was to easy for Na Fianna. Na Fianna were missing the services of county stars Jonny Cooper and Eoin Murchan but that proved to have little impact on them as they sauntered to the win. In the opening game at Parnell Park Na Fianna managed by Dessie Farrell had an easy win over At Sylvesters by 14 points 3-14 to 0-09. Conor McHugh got a goal inside the opening 2 minutes, Aaron Byrne netted the second goal on 11 minutes as the Glasnevin outfit led by 2-08 to 0-05 at the short whistle. St Sylvesters finished with just 13 players as John Hazley and Mark Hazley both sent off.

The final score was Na Fianna 1-11 Naomh Mearnog 1-10.[4] The senior ladies' won their second title against Ballyboden St. Na Fianna Senior Ladies team won the County Championship in 2009, the first time the ladies section have won a championship at senior level. They progressed to the All-Ireland Final as a result of defeating Donaghmore from County Cork on a scoreline of 2-09 to 0-10. Enda's in July 2011. The scoreline was 4-12 to 2-08.[5] They went on to defeat Sarsfields from Laois in the Leinster Final on Sunday, 23 October 2011 on a scoreline of 3-03 to 0-10.

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Kilmacud held on for the win. The goal coming courtesy of a well taken penalty from Dublin star Paul Mannion. However, Ross OCarroll was at full back and he steadied the defence. Ballymun cut the gap with some Dean Rock frees, while Anton Swan also registered a nice score from play. The lead was out to five points after Callum Pearson and Pat Burke kicked nice scores. Kilmacud got off to a bright start and were ahead by 1-01 to 0-01 after 7 minutes. Pearson restored the 3 point lead, that gap stayed the same right up until the 50 minute. It was 1-06 to 0-05 at the break. Kilmacud pushed on and they wrapped up the win with a Stephen Williams goal which was somewhat fortunate. Dean Rock and Ted Furman added scores and the gap was down to one point with just 7 minutes left.

Judes against Na Fianna are the two club championship replays in Dublin tonight, and well have live updates from both. Balymun Kickhams face St. Vincents and St. CLICK HEREBallymun Kickhams v St Vincents, Parnell Park, 6:45pmA North Dublin derby that promises to be a real contest as Kickhams look to continue their good form this year with a real test against Vinnies who will fear no one with Dublin player Ger Brennan at wing back.

The club derives its name from Charles Joseph Kickham (18281882). They last won the Dublin Senior Football championship in 2012. The club has a clubhouse and its home pitch, Pairc Ciceam, just off the Ballymun (junction 4) exit of the M50. Ballymun Kickhams (Irish: Ciceam Bhaile Munna ) is a GAA club in Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland. Ballymun also has a full size astroturf pitch.

Ballymun Kickhams GAA

Na Fianna is a member of the Dublin GAA bodies in all the Gaelic codes of Gaelic football, hurling, camogie, ladies football and handball, and is therefore affiliated to the national organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association. The club also has affiliations with the many schools, both primary and post-primary, in this wide catchment area. Being in the parish of Glasnevin it connects to the many family residents in the Mobhi Road/ Homefarm Road/ Ballymun Road/ Botanic Road axis, while extending its influence to the edges of Phibsboro, North Circular Road, Glasnevin Avenue, Drumcondra Road and Griffith Avenue, thus taking in all the Iona and Drumcondra residents also. The liaison between the club and schools offers parents and children a consistent engagement in sporting and non-sporting activities.

Kickham GAA Club to form Cumann Luthchleas Gael Na Fianna. The members built a new clubhouse five years after the fire. Na Fianna was officially formed as a club on 25 April 1955, when 201 members transferred from C.J. Aras Na Fianna was the first GAA clubhouse in the country to include a members' bar and cater for all GAA sports including a handball alley. The first Annual General Meeting took place on 27 October 1955 later that year. Na Fianna's first clubhouse was originally transported from the Guinness Sports Grounds in Crumlin to Mobhi Road but was burnt to the ground in May 1967. It served its members for almost twenty years before a further extension was built.

They defeated Crossmolina Deel Rovers in the All-Ireland semi-final to qualify for the 2000 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship final against Crossmaglen Rangers of Armagh. After winning the Dublin Senior Football Championship in 1999, they went on to win the Leinster Senior Club Football Championship later that year defeating Sarsfield's, 1-11 to 0-8. The match was played on St. Na Fianna were defeated in the final by a scoreline of 1-14 to 0-12.


The club's Intermediate team participated in the 2010 RT series "Celebrity Bainisteoir", with Today Fm's Maired Farrell. The club was set up in 1969 following the merging of two clubs, Ballymun Gaels and C.J. In 1981 Ballymun made it to their first Dublin Senior Football Championship Final. Kickhams. Senior status was first achieved in 1978 when Ballymun Kickhams beat Fingal Ravens in the Intermediate league final.

Cil music and dancing is a regular feature in the club hall, while informal music sessions are a regular feature of the members bar. CLG Na Fianna (Irish: Cumann Lthchleas Gael Na Fianna) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Glasnevin, in the Northside of Dublin, Ireland. It caters for the sporting and social needs of many connected residential areas adjacent to its location through the promotion of Gaelic games Gaelic football, hurling, camogie, handball and roundersand the traditional Irish pursuits of music and dance.