We had two very exciting games at Parnell Park on Sunday. Lucan Sarsfields were very unlucky to fall to a fortuitous goal in the dying minutes. St. Vincents pushed Cuala all the way and can look forward to the coming years. We now look forward to a repeat of last year when neighbours Cuala and Kilmacud Crokes played out a most exciting game and we can expect the same again. The game is fixed for 3.30pm at Parnell Park on Saturday next. The draw for next years’s Leinster senior championship is very exciting. Dublin will be at home to Kilkenny and Offaly and away to Wexford and Galway. The top two teams will qualify for the Leinster final and the third team will be in the All-Ireland quarter final. Good luck to Erin’s Isle in the Leinster junior quarter final and to St.Vincents camogie team in the Leinster quarter final against St. Martins of Wexford.We are now starting preparations for our big night at The Red Cow Hotel on Friday November 24th. We will be naming our players, schools and clubs of the year. We also will name our Hall of Fame winner. We invite clubs now to submit their proposals for these honours. Application forms are on www.fodh.ie. You can win 2 tickets to the Celebration Night by telling us who your players of the year are – Adult, Young [ u 18] and camogie. Text your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday November 3rd.