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Hurlers qualify for A Championship Final

We almost got off to a perfect start in very tough conditions but Martin Ormonds 21 yard free well saved by the Faughs Keeper. Martin duly converted the resulting ’65. We had the benefit of the strong wind in the first half & opened up a three point lead. A wonderful long range point from Conor McCafferty was the highlight. Credit to Faughs who pulled themselves back into the game & with 10 minutes to go in the first half there was only 1 point between the teams. However Colm O Connor struck a crucial goal shortly before half time & allowed us to go in 1-06 to 0-04 to half time.

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Congrats to Alan McCrabbe and the Dublin Hurlers

A great honour for Alan and all Dublin hurling to be awarded only our third Hurling All Star. All the Craobh Ciaran's guys in the club last night were reclaiming their roots. A big honour for Ciaran's as well of course and well deserved for their contribution to Dublin hurling over the years.

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Highs and Lows in football and hurling

Highs for the Intermediate Hurlers and Minor B Footballers who both qualified for their championship semi finals - lows for the Minor A Footbalers who missed out on qualification even though they recorded a superb win away to Kilmacud Crokes.

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Brave hurlers pipped at the post

Our Junior Hurlers lost this D Championship semi final is a cruel fashion, going behind for the first time with the last puck. Pity, there was a great bunch of lads over at Brigids and they had to hang around for an hour waiting for the Ref. We got out of the blocks well and looked far the better team for a long while but . .

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Junior hurlers reach semi final with another epic display

This performance surpassed all that went before as we were short and had to improvise -- to add to that Cillian O Riordan (22) went off injured and was replaced by Gavin Dolan (37) and there was 20 mins to go --- the older players dug deep and must have been weary on Wednesday. It’s St Judes in the semi-final at 3.30 in St Brigids next Sunday.

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Seniors, Inter footballer win - Minor Hurlers lose by 3

AFL1 Vins 2-12 Syls 2-13 AFL4 Isles 1-6 Syls 2-11 AFL7 Josephs v Syls - w/o to Syls JFC Finians v Syls - postponed MHC Marks 1-14 Syls 1-11

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Is Ciaran taking secret coaching courses

Ciaran McAuliffe was spotted with the great Jamsie O'Connor in the Cusack Centre in Nth Clare as part of the 125 yrs GAA celebrations - is he thinking of taking up the reins again I wonder??

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Junior hurlers keep the run going with C'ship win over Raheny

All six Syls adult teams still in championships in September – Junior D Hurling play-off – -St Sylvester’s 2-13, Raheny 0-11.

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Update on Hurling Blitz

“Many thanks to all players, coaches, referees and volunteers who made the hurling blitz last Friday a tremendous success. We had 48 players togged out for the blitz and 27 juvenile hurlers participating in the ‘Crossbar challenge’. The latter competition was keenly contested across a variety of age groups with Daniel Danaher taking home the top prize – a coveted Dublin jersey signed by all Dublin players including the messiah himself, Anthony Daly. Jack Hazely from the under 14s was another winner on the night, taking home a Syls kit bag for his efforts.

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FODH Supporters' Bus to Thurles

Friends of Dublin Hurling are organising a bus for Dublin supporters to attend the All Ireland senior hurling quarter-final in Thurles between Dublin and Limerick on Sunday. The bus will depart Connolly Station at 10.30am and the Poitín Stil at 11.00am.

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Hurling results

Both Junior and Intermediate teams are still in contention in their Championships - the Inters now have a quarter final coming up - hopefully we get to play this out before the hard dark winter descends like last year.

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Hurlers go down to Faughs in JHC1

Not talking our chances . . not enough scoring power up front . . going asleep for periods . . . hard enough to figure how we lost this one. Even though Faughs looked a good hurling side for periods, we had more of the play and were rightly disappointed to lose. We need to beat Castlenock in Porterstown on Saturday to see who progresses to the quarter final.

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AHL 7 in Broomfield Friday 3rd July 2009 at 7.45 pm

St Sylvesters 3-14, Thomads Davis 2-7 The junior team got the weekend off to a good start with a great team performance helped by three first half goals and had eight scorers overall. The defence was in excellent form throughout with a great understanding between Ciaran Murray, Killian Kirrane, Paul Christie, Eoin Duggan, Paudie Duffy and Mark Healy.

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Hurlers win over Trinity Gaels

The Intermediate hurlers got back on the winning trail with a less than comfrotable win over a game Trinity Gaels team on Saturday evening. We controlled the game from start to finish but never put the game away and had to battle towards the finish to hold on for a good win.

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Fingal Hurling - another good year

Dublin hurling is making great strides these days at juvenile, colleges, underage and senior level. Entering Fingal in the National Hurling League and Nicky Rackard Cup has been another fine development and St Sylvesters are proud to be part of it. Congratulations to our County Board on their vsiion and to Danny O'Connor, Hillary Murray-Hession, Alan Morris, Andrew Richardson and Conor McCafferty in particular for another successful season of Fingal Hurling.

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Meet the Dublin Hurlers

Friends of Dublin Hurling wishes to congratulate the Dublin senior hurlers in reaching their first Leinster hurling final in eighteen years. It was a tremendous performance against Wexford in Nowlan Park on Sunday last. Well done to Dublin u-21s who have also reached the provincial final.

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Hurling - Up the Dubs - Up Fingal

Fingal at Swords on Saturday - Dubs in Kilkenny Sunday

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Syls hurlers in Nicky Rackard Cup action

Conor McCafferty is starting at full forward and Alan Morris, Andrew Richardson and Hillary Murray Hession are on the bench V Roscommon at Athleagu 3.00 on Saturday

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Hurlers draw with Barrog

AHL3 - St Sylvesters 4-8 Naomh Barrog 2-14 . . . . The AHL7 team were awarded yet another walkover, that's 3 in a row I think - poor show for these lads as they were going well.

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Hurlers lose to Vincents

AHL3 vins 2-16 syls 1-12. Not a happy visit to PNU - word was that Vincents had a few verty good players. AHL7 cuala could not field, w/o to syls - second walk over in a week - not good news for the hurlers.

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All Feile na nGael venues are playable.

As of this afternoon , all Feile venues are playable. The Division One venue was moved last Wednesday to DCU Sport Grounds, Glasnevin , off Ballymun Road ( note this venue not located in the actual Campus). However, we have been informed Carrickhill , Nh Mearnog ,is no longer available to host the Finals.

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FOGRA - Feile na nGael deferred

Just after 8am this morning it was decided by CCC2 to defer Feile na nGael for this weekend because of the poor conditions combined with the length of the day for these young players.

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Mixed results midweek 14th May

Senior Footballers won in round2 of the Dublin Senior Football Championship, Inters lost, U16 and U15 hurlers both had good wins, the U15s won over Vincents on Sunday also, U12 footballers and Minor hurlers lost by a couple of points

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Good Championship wins for both hurling teams

Two big wins in adult hurling - looks like the wheels are back on the wagon - reports from Danny O'Connor.

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Results for 27th April - Inter Hurlers good win

The Inter Hurlers had a good championship win aover Ballyboden while the Senior Footballers also won in the VdeP against Fingallians.

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Weekend roundup - Sigerson slips from Coughlan's grasp

Hard luck to John and Niall Coughlan and to Collie McIntyre who played for DIT in the Sigerson Cup Final on Saturday, losing to Cork IT on their home ground. Sounds like Niall's thrusty left foot was in action again.

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Nicky Brennan brings Daven and Cusack to St Sylvesters

Good crowd at the club on Wednesday evening for the visit of GAA President Nicky Brennan. Good speaker, gave us a few stories about Council meeting at Hayes Hotel in Thurles and how Michael Daven and Michael Cusack would have viewed his agenda addressing items like Inter Provincials in Dubai, International Rules in Australia, grounds opening in the US - how the Association has evolved in recent years

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