Junior B Hurling Championship


This weekends fixtures.

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Great comeback win for Finians this morning against Plunketts, they were 5/6 down at one stage in second half and came back to win by a point late on

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Weekend fixtures

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St Finians Swords 4-13 Ballyboden 1-8 according to the Dublin website.

Piece on Raheny vs Barrs near the end

Civil Service defeat Raheny at Islandbridge.


All to play for in Group 1. All six teams can still make the quarter finals and top spot very much up for grabs.


In Group 2 the 4 quarter finalists have already been decided but order is still to be determined with 3 teams in contention for top spot.

St Finians Swords go down but get a quarterfinal spot. Lucan Sarsfields 3’s finish top of their group.

The next ‘Superclub’ in the making

Superclub in numbers already. Would expect the 2nd team, currently Junior A to move up the ranks. All the other top 5 or 6 have 2 senior teams.

Correct. They will have a Senior 1 and Senior 3 team before long and then an Inter / Junior A to go with them. Plus 2-3 other teams.

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Their second side was Inter about 6 years or so ago and was shipping hidings and got relegated.

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Predictions?

All home wins except faughs

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Great Call.

Anyone know what way the semi finals will look now?

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No first teams in the semifinals of Junior B this year with Civil Service and St Finians Swords both going out today.

presume it’ll be; going by seedings; that’s what’s been done previously isn’t it…home advantage

Craobh vs OPER
Lucan vs Faughs

I can understand a team getting an advantage for quarter final based on the league , but why for the semi final as well ? Should be open draw all teams getting to a semi final are equal , but I haven’t seen rules regs if its in place since beginning of competition well fair enough