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Senior

Under new team manager Micháel O?Keefe with Donal Doyle, the DIT Senior Hurlers came second in the Division 1 Leinster section. A win against St. Pats, a draw versus UL and a defeat to UCD meant the team qualified for the Division 1 league quarter final. An away draw to UL saw them defeated in the competition last week. They are two weeks into their four week winter training programme and are looking forward to the Fitzgibbon Draw next week. They have also drawn Offaly in Tullamore in the opening round of the Walsh Cup on January 24th

Intermediate

The inter hurlers won two matches against St. Pats and Trinity College, but were defeated by UCD and Maynooth, to end their league run. They are awaiting the Championship open draw after Christmas. Michaél O?Keefe and Donal Doyle

Junior

Gerry Tully and student Declan O?Dwyer have brought the Junior hurlers on an exciting journey to date. Unbeaten in the Division 3 league, and with a victory over UUC and UCD in the quarter and semi final respectively, they now face Dundalk IT?s first team in the league final on Wednesday 2nd December in Darver at 7pm.

Fresher A

The Fresher A hurlers after a six match Division 1 league campaign topped their group with wins over DCU, GMIT, UCG, St. Pats, and a draw with UCD. As defending champions from last year they faced the Southern section runners up in the Division 1 league Semi Final CIT . They were defeated by five points. Departing on a team trip to Newcastle next week, the team will be focussing on the championship after the exams in the New Year Team Management Adrian Cummins, Neil Kelly, Paul Murphy Sean Bourke and Padraig Donnelly

Fresher B

The team competed in the Leinster blitz tournament in Maynooth, and also in the Division 2 league where they finished mid table after defeat to UCD and victories over Trinity and St. Pats. Managed by Paul Lynch, Harry Kehoe, Paul Morris and Paul Murphy

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