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Juniors lose unbeaten record
The Junior As finally lost their unbeaten run in the rain in Broomfield on Tuesday in the league.
Seniors win over Na Fianna
AFL1 St Sylvesters 2-17 Na Fianna 0-11 Very impressive win over Na Fianna with pretty solid contributions throughout the field. An early point by Glenn Hazely was a sign of things to come when Glenn followed immediately with another overlap to setup Michael McCarthy for a tap in goal. Aido found his range after a few early misses, Ross and Bracken regained control in the middle after a few quiet minutes and we led 1-10 to 0-06 at the break.
Disappointing Joy Cup Final
Joy Cup Final St Sylvesters 0-04 St Oliver Plunkets ER 2-04 Thanks to Ray Daly and Mannix Ryan for the pictures
Syls seniors join Inters and Junior 1 teams in Cup Finals:
St. Sylvesters 1 - 13 St Judes 1 - 08: I stand corrected, however I believe this is the first time in the clubs history that 3 Adult football teams will contest 3 Cup Finals in the same year. This was a low scoring game in the first half, with both teams settling well matching one another score for score. However the game took a turn in Syls favour when A Relihan finished to the back of the Jude's net to take a 3 point lead at the break.
Minors in County Action
Congratulations to Kevin O'Flynn winning a Leinster Minor Hurling medal recently and best wishes for the AllIreland. Best wishes also to Conor Ryan and Scooby Stephen Cunningham, lording the middle for the Dublin Minor Footballers next Sunday in the Minor Football Final in Croke Park.
Footballers in three Cup Finals - Reporters needed!!
Starting tonight with the Joy Cup Final where our Inters face Oliver Plunkets ER at the Army Grounds in the Phoenix Park. The Seniors qualified for the final of the St Vincent de Paul Cup with a good win over St Judes at St Margarets last night while the Junior As beat Thos Davis on Tuesday to qualify for the Parsons Cup Final. I badly need reporters and photographers to keep up with all these games and it's a pity not to record and share our successes. Good luck to all the lads, it's never easy to win any competition.
Good weekend for our footballers
AFL1 Syls 3-17 St Marys 2-09, AFL3 Syls 0-09 Ballyboden 0-07, AFL7 Ballyfermot 0-03 St Sylvesters 1-13, AFL9 Ballyboughil 0-08 St Sylvesters 0-07, MHL2 Syls 3-07 St Judes 2-22. The seniors returned to winning ways with an impressive display against Marys, Brian Sexton played a leaders role from centre back, Conor Daly, Russy and Darren ran amok up front and Jockser hit a point from nearly 60 yards just to remind us what he can do. On pitch2 the Inters had a tough encounter with a strong Ballyboden
Two wins two losses in football
Seniors lost by a goal away to a resurgent Fingal Ravens at Rollestown last Saturday. Disappointing result from our perspective but fair play to Ravens who have stopped a slide with some great results lately. Our Inters won away at Lucan in the League after a shakey start. Niall Higgens and Brian Shaloe got a special mention for their excellent defending. Junior As had yet another win in a fine game against Bank of Ireland. Ronnie was kicking points for fun, Declan Markey also hit some nice scores and Kevin Lynnott was excellent in the middle.
Inters qualify for Joy Cup Final with great win over Garda
Joy Cup semi Final Garda 0 - 11 Sylvesters 1 - 12 The Intermediate football had a hard fought win against a fancied Garda team in the Joy Cup semi final.
Inters big win at Garda - football going well
Joy Cup Semi-Final Wed 04/07/12 : Garda 0-11 St Sylvesters 1-12. Syls Intermediate football team had a hard fought win in Westmanstown against a fancied Garda team in the Joy Cup semi-final on Wednesday night and now look forward to playing in the Joy Cup Final for the second year running.