Adult Hurling League 1 (AHL1) 2019

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Ballinteer St Johns
Ballyboden St Endas
Craobh Chiarain
Crumlin
Cuala
Kilmacud Crokes
Lucan Sarsfields
Na Fianna
St Brigids
St Judes
St Vincents
Whitehall Colmcilles

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#2

Crumlin will hardly survive. They took some big beatings last year and have now lost some key players.

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#3

I think NaFianna will go a step better this year

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#4

They’d want to start winning something at adult level soon @Ground_hurler… any idea when fixtures are out??

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#5

Have Crumlin had any minor teams over the past couple of seasons?

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#6

Couldnt agree more and if I was them I wouldnt be snobish towatds the league title

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#7

They seem to be struggling underage. I thought I spotted them merge with Robert Emmet’s in the football and they are struggling with numbers at the hurling. I think there were a few transfers out at u16 hurling as there’s no team.

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#8

They have released football fixtures not hurling?

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#9

Would you have expected anything else in Football County?
#Second-Fiddle

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#10

Fixtures in :+1:

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#11

Have you a link to them ?

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#12

Not sure how to do that. They are on main Dublin site just scroll to opening day date, click on AHL1 and then you will see the years fixtures.

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#13

The draw has been kind to crumlin. They have a chance if they can beat Whitehall and Ballinteer, both at home and both within crumlins first 4 games of the league. If they can win them they have an outside chance of staying up. They wanna hit the ground running.

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#14

Anyone know when the draw for the SHC A will be made?

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#15

Tonight

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#16

Seems to be earlier than usual

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#17

Pity the calendar wasn’t done as quickly!

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#18

How do we see Whitehall going in here folks?

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#19

O’Donnell & Gray caught up with Dublin so probably won’t see much league time. Will hamper them a good bit IMO but I think they will be competetive.

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#20

Seen them play a challenge against Isles a few weeks ago. They were moving well. Obviously missing their Dublin lads and i didn’t see the younger O Donnell either (he may be with the U20s) Very young team in AHL1 terms but I expect them to stay up

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