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Dublin Under-14’s and Under-16 both beat Kildare last Saturday
in their final round robin Leinster championship game. The
Dublin Under-14’s won a hard fought close game by 3-09 to
Kildare’s 3-06. Dublin’s goal scorers were Natalia Hyland,
Sinéad Cullen and Deborah Geraghty. The Dublin under-16’s
had a comprehensive victory over Kildare winning by a sixteen
point margin, final score Dublin 3-18 Kildare 2-05. Best for
Dublin were Tara Carolan, Andrea Bowe and Lynsey Davey. Both
Dublin sides have come through all their Leinster round robin
games unbeaten and have now qualified for the semi finals
of the Leinster championship their opposition will be determined
by other results with the Leinster semi finals for both categories
pencilled in for May 1st.


There was mixed results for the Dublin senior A and B teams
in Sundays Suzuki Ladies National League, the senior A team
gave a poor display against an inform Galway side and as a
result failed to make it passed the quarter final stage of
the National league, final score Dublin 1-03 Galway 3-14.
The Dublin B had a better result away to Waterford B in a
hard fought game Dublin came away win a three point win which
should see the B team qualify for the quarter final stage
of the Suzuki Ladies National league. Dublin B 2-08 Waterford
B 2-05. The division 3B quarter finals are down for Easter
Sunday April 11th.


A ladies referee’s course will take place on Thursday the
8th of April at 7.30pm in Parnell Park. The course will cover
the basic rules of ladies Gaelic football along new rules
/ rule changes since Congress. Anyone interested in taking
up refereeing ladies Gaelic football are welcome to attend
along with existing referees who will be updated fully on
rule changes. Dublin Ladies County Board would like to see
more female referees officiating our games and would like
clubs to encourage their adult players to attend this course.

A list of clubs who owe money to the Dublin Ladies County
Board was distributed to all clubs at last months County Committee
meeting, amounts due must be paid ASAP. Clubs who fail to
pay will have to forfeit fixtures up and until outstanding
monies are paid. For further information please contact Declan
Hallissey 087-2063567. Remittance forms were e-mailed to all
clubs and should be included with payments to County Registrar
David McCabe.


Leinster Council registration fees have been increased by
€1.00; the decision to increase the registration fee was decided
at a meeting of Leinster Council last month. Any queries regarding
registrations please contact David McCabe 0872199934.


The Dublin club season commences this Wednesday March 31st
clubs are asked to co-operated fully with all the Fixtures
Co-ordinators and text, ring in their results. All clubs should
have received their Juvenile and Adult league fixtures which
were e-mailed to all clubs last Wednesday (March 24th) if
any club has not received their fixtures please contact Philip
Brady 086-8156224 or Patricia Monahan 087-6128368. Fixtures
will be printed each week in the Evening Herald and the Star

Clubs who have player registrations and or entry fees are
advised not to post them until the current postal dispute
is over therefore they should contact David McCabe 087-2199934
to make alternative arrangements, clubs should not play any
players unless they verify with David McCabe that their registrations
are in order and have been received by the national registrar
in Croke Park.

In last weeks notices it stated that Naomh Olaf had won the
2003 Minor championship however it should be noted that it
was a combined Naomh Olaf / Foxrock team who won the minor
championship and minor league titles of 2003. Apologises to
all concerned.

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