A tough day in the office at Tullamore on Sunday. Considering the fact that we had some poor wides in the first half Dublin were still in the game at half- time. The full back line were excellent under constant pressure. Cian O’Callaghan was so unlucky to get two yellow cards and this was the turning point and there was no way back for Dublin. Both Eoghan O’Donnell and Oisin Gough had injury problems and did wonderful under the circumstances. Dublin have now to regroup for the qualifiers. We have a very young team and we have to have patience. On Wednesday we head to Kilkenny to support our u-21 team who take on Kilkenny in the Leinster championship. Dublin are Leinster champions and will have to battle hard to retain the title. The FODH bus will depart Connolly Station at 4.15 and Rathcoole at 4.45. To book a seat text your name and pick up point to 0872331983 by 6pm on Tuesday. We had a wonderful turnout for our 12th Annual Golf Classic at Castlewarden on a beautiful day. The scores were hot and top of the pile was our minor manager, Fintan Clandillon and his team of Eoin Reilly and two players Luke Walsh and Luke McDwyer. The prize winners on the day were: 1st: 55.7- Minor Management Team – Fintan Clandillon, Eoin Reilly. Luke Walsh,Luke McDwyer.2nd: 58.6: Cumann na mBunscol- John Nagle, Noel White, Christy Mohally, Mick Nugent.3rd:DCU Sport: 59 – Ken Robinson, Keith Barr, John McCarthy, Domo Haris.4th: 59.3- Kehoe Suspended Ceilings: Larry Doyle, Mick Walsh, Ger Walsh,Mick Rossiter.5th: 60.3: Mattie Kenny, Greg Kennedy, Michael Duignan, Barry Gavin.Nearest the Pin: Tim Williams- 3′ 6”. Longest Drive : Keith Barr 330 yds.Best GAA Club :Ballyboden St.Endas.