Dublin Junior Football Championship 1 (JFC 1) 2019

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MOW slight favs?

Crumlin, MOW, BofI, Craobh, Brendan’s, StJames/AnCaislean, NGO and Monica’s (hopefully) to emerge.
Group 2 the most competitive, I’d say.

Think this is the right break down of the divisions for each team

Group 1
Crumlin Div 6
Man O War Div 3
Civil Service Div 6

Group 2
Bank of Ireland Div 6
Garristown Div 8
Ranelagh Gaels Div 8
Craobh Chiarain Div 5

Group 3
St James Gaels Div 7
St. Brendans Div 5
Kevin Killians Div 8
Geraldines P. Moran Div 6

Group 4
Innisfails Div 7
O’Dwyers Div 5
St. Monicas Div 4
Na Gaeil Oga Div 5

Yeah group 2 looks like it will be the most competitive, hopeful we can continue our good run from JFC2 last year and get out of the group

Be a tough ask for yous… Could have got a kinder draw but if yous can beat garristown maybe only 1 big win from getting out of the group

Teams from div 3 and 8 in the same championship. Shambles

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Could of alright, but could also of got a lot worse of a draw and had MOW

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Agree with what Harper has said. Surely a team in Div.3 should be in the intermediate championship?

why? If they haven’t been able to win junior why should they be up in intermediate?

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They are in Div. 3, which is an intermediate league.

That’s like saying Cuala haven’t won a senior football championship, let them play in intermediate

they won intermediate…so let them play senior

There is no link between league and championship. They are in div 3, not an intermediate league

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1 -MoW & Crumlin
2 - Craobh & BOI
3- Brendans & James`s Gaels
4 - Monikas and Dwyers

Maybe aul Garrisrown should have bit the bullet and went down a championship!

Craobh for the win in this one anyways

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Garristown have gotten off to a good start in Div 8, put 4-11 past Crokes on Sunday, they are meant to have Gary Glennon a former Westmeath player on the team this year.

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Not if you saw the players they have transferred into Garristown. Would give them a good chance of getting out of that group.

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Going on the leagues in that group that’s all. Heard whispers of a couple of transfers alright

Hopefully they aren’t great then we might stand a chance in the group.

Ex Westmeath county footballer, senior club footballer from Meath, player from last years Kildare inter club champions among others to join Garristown, along with a good new manager. They won’t be good enough to win it, but won’t be pushovers either. Be good to see them on the up again.

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Christ did they win the lotto down there. How they did they come by all those players?

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