Whitehall Colmcille (@1.1) vs St Pats Palmerstown (@6.5)
27-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Whitehall Colmcille will win

Whitehall Colmcille – St Pats Palmerstown Match Prediction | 27-09-2019 12:00

Na Fianna win minor and U-21 county titles for fun and boast some of the best young hurlers in the county. For me, the time is right for them step up and contest at the Senior grade. They were pipped at the post by Crokes in the quarters last year, only the width of a post from re-taking a lead late on. They could well be in the shake-up.

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The losers are eliminated from the competition. St Judes, O'Tooles, St Sylvesters, Ballymun Kickhams, St Peregrines, Raheny, Fingal Ravens and St Marys, Saggart were eliminated from the competition at the fourth round stage. St Brigids, Na Fianna, Kilmacud Crokes, St Vincents, UCD, Ballyboden St Endas, Lucan Sarsfields and St Oliver Plunketts Eoghan Ruadh all qualified for the semi final of the championship. The winners of the fourth round progress to the quarter finals of the Dublin Championship.

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Ballyboden St Endas are a team that oozes quality and on their day are a match for any club in the county. With this recent history, losing to Lucan in last years quarters would surely have hurt, so they will be looking to land their first title since 2013. They beat Cuala in the group stages last year and only succumbed to the two in a row All-Ireland champions in extra-time in 2016.

Already renowned for being one the toughest teams to play away from home, they are becoming one of the regulars in Senior 1. Pipped at the group stages in the final game last year, having won their opening two games, theyll fancy going at least an extra step this year. Fionnbarra are a hurling club steeped in history and have some of the most passionate fans in the county.

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The winners of the third round qualify for the fourth round against the second round winners. Thomas Davis, St Annes, Raheny, Trinity Gaels, St. St Judes, St Peregrines, Ballymun Kickhams, O'Tooles, Fingallians, Round Towers Clondalkin, Fingal Ravens and St Marys, Saggart have qualified for the fourth round of the 2010 Dublin Championship. In the third round, the backdoor winners are paired against the losers of the second round. Maur's, Ballinteer St Johns, Templeogue SS and Round Towers, Clondalkin were eliminated from the championship during this round, their next game wil be in the 2011 Dublin championship.

Patrick and the shamrock) but because neighbouring clubs Round Towers and Lucan Sarsfields used green and white, it was decided to use red and white and keep the green as second colours. The club colours came about as one of the founders, Peter Kavanagh, had two sets of jerseys, one green and the other red. Originally the main colours were to be green and white (the colours of St. The club was founded in 1961 and took its name because that was the Patrician year.

The club colours came about as one of the founders, Peter Kavanagh, had two sets of jerseys, one green and the other red. The club was founded in 1961 and took its name because that was the Patrician year. Patrick and the shamrock) but because neighbouring clubs Round Towers and Lucan Sarsfields used green and white, it was decided to use red and white and keep the green as second colours. Originally the main colours were to be green and white (the colours of St.