The boys and girls from fourth, fifth and sixth class competed in a Gaelic football lunchtime league during October, November and December. After five weeks of very competitive entertaining  group games Carlow and Dublin eventually qualified for the B final with Kerry and Wexford making it through to the A final.

The B final was a thoroughly enjoyable game which ended a draw; it then had to be decided by penalty shootout where Carlow overcame Dublin.                                                                                                                             

The A final didn’t disappoint; the teachers and children who came to support were treated to an excellent display from both teams with Kerry narrowly overcoming a very strong Wexford team by one point.

Referee John O Rourke presented the medals and trophies; he complemented the children on the excellent skills, attitude and behaviour on display and commented that the future of Gaelic football in the Duffry looks very bright.