Dalkey Do the Double!

Dalkey Devils have done the double with Division One Men and Division Two Women’s titles heading to South Dublin.

Both teams wrapped up their respective Championship trophies over the weekend with the D1 Men team overcoming Aer Lingus and D2 Women defeating Tallaght Rockets in the Playoff Final. It’s been an incredible few weeks for the club who also claimed the Boys u16 league title. Their u16 Advanced Girls team currently occupy top spot in their division ahead of Sunday’s Girls Championships at Gormanston Park.

Gardians will play Net Force for a spot in the Men’s Premier alongside Dalkey, whilst Santry Premier will battle with Tallaght Rockets for a place in the 2023/24 Women’s Premier Division, after Balbriggan wrapped up the title with a game to spare. Tallaght’s D2 Women will also play a Santry team for D1 rights.

Gardians’ D2 Men were crowned champions, pipping Carrick Crows who will entertain SETU Carlow in Kilkenny at the Grand Finals weekend.

Santry Calypso and UCD claim the Premier Division League Leaders’ Shields, and they’ll entertain either UCD or Gardians and Aer Lingus or Trinity for overall National League Championship titles.

Full run down:

Men’s Premier

League Leaders: UCD

Grand Final Playoff: Aer Lingus & Trinity College

Relegation Playoff: Net Force

Relegated: Kilkenny Spartans

Men’s Division One

Champions: Dalkey Devils

Promotion Playoff: Gardians

Relegation Playoff: SETU Carlow

Relegated: Longford Smashers

Men’s Division Two

Champions: Gardians

Promotion Playoff: Carrick Crows

Women’s Premier

League Leaders: Santry Calypso

Grand Final Playoff: UCD & Gardians

Relegation Playoff: Santry Premier

Relegated: Naas

Women’s Division One

Champions: Balbriggan

Promotion Playoff: Tallaght Rockets

Relegation Playoff: Santry

Relegated: Kilkenny Spartans

Women’s Division Two

Champions: Dalkey Devils

Promotion Playoff: Tallaght Rockets