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Senior Footballers

Dublin Senior Football League Table



St Judes began operating in 1978 and despite being something of a nomadic outfit, playing games wherever pitches were available had their first honours in 1980 when the U11A team celebrated victory in the South East League  The following year the under 10s  won the South East League .In 1989 our U16 team beat Erins Isle in O'Toole Park to claim the Dublin Championship. From there the only way forward was upwards and our  Footballers went Senior in 1993 and now enjoy Div. 1 status

Mentors for the season 2001

Team Mentor
9A Sean O'Loughlain, Declan Bardon, Martin Hayes
9B Niall Graham, Sean Ward, Pat Egan, Albert Donnelly
10A Padraic McManus, Peter Ryan and G. G O'Sullivan
10B Mick Brown, Tony Bateman and Niall Keating
11A Declan Doyle, Tony/Ann O'Connor and Cormac Egan
11B Terry Coleman, Donal O'Flaherty and Eamonn Halpin
U12A Paul McGann, Micheal Mac Flannchadha, Nick Finnerty, John Gilmore,
U12B Pat Cosgrove and Damian O'Hora
U13 John Browne, Seamus Conroy, Tommy Hartnett and Liam Larkin
U14 Frank McCarthy, John McCarthy and Jim O'Dwyer
U15 John Gallen, John Waldron and Eugene Murray 
U16 Padraic Monaghan, Aodhan MacSuibhne, Martin O'Rourke, Paul Dowd and Fonsie  McNamara
MinorA M. O'Brien,  J. Foley and P. Keogh
Minor B N. O'Rourke, P. Russell and H. Devine
Minor C. O' O'Connor, G.  O'Canavan, P. O'Riordan
U21 Tommy Hartnett, B. Faulkner, Paddy Russell, S. Durkan
Junior B Neil Doyle, Joe McDonnell
Junior A Tommy Hartnett, Ernest Kenny, Noel Lyons, C. O'Brien, B. Faulkner
Intermediate Declan O'Boyle, Conor Lehane, Colum O'Brien
Senior Brian Talty, Christy Kilcoyne and Charles Moran.


Intercounty Players-Dublin Senior Team

Enda Sheehy 

Dublin Minor Team

Paul Copeland

St. Judes Sevens 2000

In 1991 the first Junior Football Sevens was hosted and once again another club stalwart , Don Lehane purchased the beautiful Football 7's Cup.  From 1992 to 1994 we were fortunate to receive sponsorship from ACC bank.  Other major sponsors to date have been Bank of Ireland and more recently E.B.S. Building Society. The competition is run on the eve of the All Ireland every year and results are posted live on our website that day.

The Roll of Honour

Year Winners Runners-Up
1991 St. Olaf's (Dublin) St. Judes (Dublin)
1992 St. Judes (Dublin) An Spideal (Galway)
1993 St. Judes (Dublin) Kilcummin (Kerry)
1994 An Ghaeltacht (Kerry) Kilmeena (Mayo)
1995 Killevan Sarsfields (Monaghan) St. Judes (Dublin)
1996 An Ghaeltacht (Kerry) Ballykinlar (Down)
1997 Tyholland (Monaghan) Drumconrath (Meath)
1998 Parke (Mayo) Sneem (Kerry)
1999 Sneem (Kerry) Ballinora (Cork)
Sneem(Kerry)                       Glenville (Cork)  


1991 Declan McFeeley (Foreglen O'Brien) 1992 Donal O Flatharta (An Spideal)
1993 Donal Dwyer (Kilcummin) 1994 Cathal Crowley (Dohenys)
1995 Dermot Lynch (Killevan Sarsfields) 1996 Ian Larmer (Killevan Sarsfields)
1997 Ian Farren (Tyholland) 1998 Stephen Cloherty (Parke)
1999 Frank Hussey (Sneem) 2000 Michael Hussey(Sneem)


Cup Winners:

Sneem (Kerry) beat Glenville(Cork)

Shield Winners:

Ballymacnab(Armagh) beat Ballinora (Cork)