Adult Football League 5 (AFL5) 2019


#21

Anyone know if there is relegation this year? Hasn’t been last 2 I think


#22

If league is back to full numbers of 16 then yes there will be 3 teams relegated.


#23

NGO, Crokes, TSS & Ballymun top 4


#24

Based on last year Brendans and Towers will be in the mix


#25

Id be very surprised if Thomas davis don’t go straight back up


#26

Any idea when fixtures are out


#27

afl 1 fixtures are up so hopefully the rest follow shortly


#28

I can’t see them? Are they on hill16.ie


#29

someone put a link on the afl1 page on this site


#30

https://www.dublingaa.ie/competitions/fixtures/136273


#31

AFL3
https://www.dublingaa.ie/competitions/fixtures/136276


#32

Davises not granted request to stay in 6.


#33

Here it is, AFL5
https://www.dublingaa.ie/competitions/fixtures/136293


#34

Looks like 16 teams which means relegation so that’s us fucked, I won’t say who ‘us’ is :eyes:


#35

Who will go down???


#36

Have Na Gael oga a juvenile section some achievement div 5 so quickly . I think it’s great to have an Irish speaking club . More power to them


#37

Class team, could run through the league again.


#38

They have academy set up few years now out in Lucan, great club in fairness. Come a long way since started in 2011.


#39

Go raibh maith agat as sin Spuds.

We have two Acadamh groups for under 5 and under 6. We add new teams each year.
We have Boys and Girls mixed under 9, and 11 (football & hurling) and Girls under 8 & 10 (football & Camogie) and Boys under 8 & 10 (football & hurling) in competitions. Our under 7 team is together for 3 years now & ready to go in hurling & football.
All the kids come from Gaelscoil Naomh Pádraig & Gaelscoil Eiscir Riada in Lucan. We have about 200 kids playing with us. All as Gaeilge.

We have a lot of tranfers in each year at adult level but most of these are Irish language supporters who transfer as a token of support. We would not see most of them ever on a pitch🙈. This year we have started a second hurling team and a lot of hurlers have also come to us to play on that team, this will be a big challenge for us.


#40

Maith sibh!