Dublin AFL Divisions 3 – 12B

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Dublin Adult Football
League Division 3–10 2019
Title holdersNaomh Barróg (Division 3)
St. Judes (Division 4)
Templeogue Synge Street (Division 5)
Crumlin (Division 6)
St. Anne's (Division 7)
Garristown (Division 8)
Clontarf (Division 9)
Naomh Ólaf (Division 10)
Starlights (Division 11 North)
Crumlin (Division 11 South)

The Dublin adult football league is divided up into a tier system of 13 teams. These teams range from the top two Divisions one and two and eleven other divisions, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 North and South. The winner of each league title goes on to qualify for the next highest ranking division.

AFL Division 3[edit]

The current Division 3 champions are Naomh Barróg from Kilbarrack who go on to qualify for the Division 2 of the Dublin Adult Football League.

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2019 Naomh Barróg St Annes
2018 Kilmacud Crokes Round Towers, Lusk
2017 Fingallians Naomh Fionnbarra
2016 Na Fianna Naomh Ólaf
2015 Kilmacud Crokes Whitehall Colmcille
2014 Clontarf Scoil Ui Chonaill
2013 Naomh Barróg Whitehall Colmcille
2012 St Finians Swords Na Fianna
2011 Naomh Barróg Ballyboden St. Enda's
2010 Naomh Fionnbarra
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
1985 Cuala

AFL Division 4[edit]

The current Division 4 champions are St. Judes and who go on to qualify for the Division 3 of the Dublin Adult Football League.

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2019 St. Judes Clanna Gael Fontenoy
2018 St. Margarets Man O War
2017 Trinity Gaels Good Counsel
2016 Round Towers, Lusk
2015 Clann Mhuire Ballyboden St Enda's
2014 Ballymun Kickhams St. Jude's
2013 Garda Scoil Ui Chonaill
2012 Castleknock Scoil Ui Chonaill
2011 Na Fianna St. Patricks, Donabate
2010 Ballyboughal
2009
2008
2007
2006 St Marys, Saggart
2002 Cuala
1993 St. Brendan's

AFL Division 5[edit]

The Division five champions for 2019 are Templeogue Synge Street, who have The Coronas frontman, Danny O'Reilly amoungest their players, and will now qualify for the Division 4 of the Dublin Adult Football League.

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2019 Templeogue Synge Street Kilmacud Crokes
2018 Clontarf Na Fianna
2017 Skerries Harps Raheny
2016 Cuala Thomas Davis
2015 Round Towers, Lusk Kilmacud Crokes
2014 St Vincent's Craobh Chiaráin
2013 Parnells Craobh Chiaráin
2012 Raheny Round Towers, Clondalkin
2011 Castleknock Raheny
2010
2009 Ballyboughal
2008
2007 St. Brigid's
2006
2005

AFL Division 6[edit]

Crumlin were crowned The Division six champions for 2019 on September 1st, and now go on to qualify for the Division 5 of the Dublin Adult Football League.

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2019 Crumlin Naomh Ólaf
2018 Na Gaeil Óga Craobh Chiaráin
2017 Ballymun Kickhams St Brendan's
2016 Clontarf Skerries Harps
2015 St. Peregrines Castleknock
2014 Templeogue Synge Street St Sylvester's
2013 St Vincents Civil Service
2012 St. Peregrines Naomh Barróg
2011 Parnells Na Fianna
2010
2009
2008
2007 Man O War
2006 St. Patricks, Donabate
2005 Ballyboden Wanderers

AFL Division 7[edit]

The current Division seven champions are St. Anne's who won the League with two game to spare losing just one match and who will qualify for the Division 6 of the Dublin Adult Football League.

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2019 St. Anne's Kilmacud Crokes
2018 Geraldine Moran's Naomh Ólaf
2017 Na Gaeil Óga Thomas Davis
2016 Ballyboden Wanderers Ballymun Kickhams
2015 Lucan Sarsfields St Vincent's
2014 St Oliver Plunketts ER St. Brendan's
2013 St. Brigid's Bank of Ireland
2012 St. Sylvester's St. Vincent's
2011 Naomh Fionnbarra St. Vincent's
2010
2009 Skerries Harps
2008 Trinity Gaels
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002 Ballinteer St. John's

AFL Division 8[edit]

The current Division 8 champions are the Garriatown.

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2019 Garristown St Patrick's Donabate
2018 Kilmacud Crokes Round Towers, Lusk
2017 Naomh Ólaf Geraldine P Morans
2016 Cuala Na Gaeil Óga
2015 Scoil Uí Chonaill Liffey Gaels
2014 Round Towers, Clondalkin St Vincents
2013 St. Brendan's Lucan Sarsfields
2012 Ballinteer St. John's Raheny
2011 Parnells Erin go Bragh
2010 Stars of Erin Ballyboden St. Enda's
2009 St. Joseph's/OCB
2008
2007 Trinity Gaels
2006
2002 Cuala

AFL Division 9[edit]

The current Division nine champions are Clontarf with Rosmini Gaels in 2nd place. Both teams go on to qualify for the Division 8 of the Dublin Adult Football League.


Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2019 Clontarf Rosmini Gaels
2018 Ballyfermot De La Salle Beann Eadair
2017 St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh Kilmacud Crokes
2016 Naomh Ólaf Ballyboden St Enda's
2015 St Sylvester's St. Patricks, Donabate
2014 Cuala Geraldine P. Morans
2013 Ballyboughal Na Gaeil Óga
2012 Round Towers, Clondalkin Na Fianna
2011 St. Brendan's Raheny
2010 Wild Geese Park Rangers
2009 Ranelagh Gaels Ballyboden St Enda's
2008 Kilmacud Crokes St. Brigids
2007 St. Peregrines St Patrick's, Palmerstown
2006 Craobh Chiaráin 3-04 Raheny 1-06

AFL Division 10[edit]

The 2017 Division Ten champions are Naomh Ólaf who pipped Clanna Gael Fontenoy to the title on scoring difference after finishing level on 27 League Points and the fixture ending in a 2-12 each draw. Both teams now go on to qualify for the Division 9 of the Dublin Adult Football League.

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2019 Naomh Ólaf Clanna Gael Fontenoy
2018 St. Sylvesters Cuala
2017 Ballyfermot De La Salle St Vincents
2016 Skerries Harps Clann Mhuire
2015 Castleknock St. Jude's
2014 St. Patrick's, Donabate St. Colmcilles
2013 O'Dwyer's St. Colmcille's
2012 St. Maurs St. Margaret's
2011 Naomh Mearnóg Innisfails
2010 St. Margaret's Beann Eadair
2009 Parnells Wild Geese

For the 2015 Season, The Dublin County Board announced that Division 10 will be run on an All County basis. The teams that will contest AFL10 North County in 2015 are: Castleknock, Crumlin, Cuala, Fingal Ravens, Na Fianna, Naomh Fionnbarra, Rosmini Gaels, Round Towers (L), St Brendans, St Judes, St Marks, St Patricks (P)

AFL Division 10S[edit]

The current Division Ten South County champions are St Kevins Killians, who made up for their defeat in the Junior E Championship Final by going through the whole division undefeated and now go on to qualify for the Division 9 of the Dublin Adult Football League.[1]

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2014 St. Kevins Killians St. Marks
2013 Geraldine Moran's Wanderers
2012 Na Gaeil Óga St. Kevins Killians
2011 Castleknock Oliver Plunketts Eoghan Ruadh
2010 Cuala Lucan Sarsfields
2009 St. Anne's St. James Gaels

For the 2015 Season, The Dublin County Board announced that Division 10 will be run on an All County Basis.

AFL Division 11N[edit]

The Dublin Division 11 North was won by Man O War.

Roll of Honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2018 Man O War Erin Go Bragh
2017 Lucan Sarsfields St Monica's
2016 Erins Isle St. Brigid's
2015 Fingallians Clann Mhuire
2014* Clontarf Clanna Gael Fontenoy
2013* St. Peregrines AIB Dublin
2012* Parnells AIB Dublin
2011 Round Towers Lusk Innisfails
2010 O'Tooles Fingal Ravens
2009 St. Maurs St. Margarets
  • As AFL10 Mid County which was discontinued after 2014 after the Dublin County Board announced that Division 10 will be run on an All County Basis.

AFL Division 11S[edit]

The Dublin County Board Division 11 South title was won by Naomh Olaf with one game to spare

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Second Place
2018 Round Towers, Clondalkin Thomas Davis
2017 Naomh Ólaf Ballyboden Wanderers
2016 St Marks St Francis Gaels Cabinteely
2015 Round Towers, Clondalkin Ballyfermot De La Salle
2012^ Templeogue Synge Street Good Counsel
2011 Wanderers St. Judes
2010 Robert Emmetts Kilmacud Crokes
2009 St. Marks Castleknock

{^ As AFL10 South City}

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