Dublin will be looking for a morale boosting victory when they face Leinster rivals Offaly in a senior hurling challenge to mark the Golden Jubilee of St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh at Martin Savage Park on Saturday,15th May evening (7.0).
The Dubs were beaten by 25 points by Tipperary in a recent challenge while their schedule game against Antrim (on Wednesday in Nh Mearnóg) did not go ahead as the Glensmen were unable to field a team.
Dublin lost 3-19 to 1-18 to Offaly in this year’s NHL when the sides clashed in mid-March at O’Connor Park when Shane Dooley scoring 2-10 for the Faithful County.
– Parking is very restricted at the club so supporters are advised to use public transport (train to Ashtown gives direct access to pitch).
DUBLIN (SH v Offaly) – Alan Nolan (St Brigids), Ruairí Trainor (St Vincents), Colm Hennebry (Crumlin), Mick May (Lucan Sarsfields), Dave Byrne (Nh Mearnóg), Seán OSullivan (St Brigids), Maurice OBrien (Faughs), Johnny McCaffrey (Lucan Sarsfields), Shane Durkin (Ballyboden St Endas), David Curtin (Ballyboden St Endas), Liam Ryan (OTooles), Simon Lambert (Ballyboden St Endas), Peadar Carton (OTooles), Shane Ryan (Nh Mearnٕóg), Paul Ryan (Ballyboden St Endas), Finn McGarry (Ballyboden St Endas), Niall Corcoran (Kilmacud Crokes), Tomás Brady (Na Fianna), Oisín Gough (Cuala), Joey Boland (Na Fianna), Stephen Hiney (Ballyboden St Endas), Peter Kelly (Lucan Sarsfields), Liam Rushe (St Pats, Palmerstown), Declan ODwyer (Nh Olaf), Paul Schutte (Cuala), Michael Carton (OTooles), Ronan Fallon (St Vincents), Gary Maguire (Ballyboden St Endas), Alan McCrabbe (Craobh Chiaráin), David Treacy (Cuala), Kevin Flynn (OTooles), John Kelly (St Marks), David OCallaghan (St Marks).
OFFALY (SH v Dublin) – Brian Mullins (Birr), David Franks (Carricshock), David Kenny (Belmont), Stephen Egan (Tullamore), James Rigney (Kinnitty), Paul Cleary (Birr), Dylan Hayden (Birr), Rory Hanniffy (Birr), Kevin Brady (Coolderry), Cathal Parlon (Coolderry), Joe Bergin (Seir Kieran), Shane Dooley (Tullamore), Brian Carroll (Coolderry, captain), Joe Brady (Coolderry), Odhran Kealey (Kinnitty), Eoin Kelly (Lusmagh), Derek Molloy (Shamrocks), Eanna Murphy (Seir Kieran), Stephen Wynne (St Rynagh’s), Derek Morkan (Shinrone), Shane Kelly (Tullamore), Conor Mahon (Kilcormac/ Killoughey), Brendan Murphy (Ballyskenagh), Michael Cordial (Shinrone), James Mulrooney (Seir Kieran), Stephen Brown (Birr), Derek Mooney (Seir Kieran), Mark Quinlan (Birr).