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A large crowd turned out at Lakelands Park where three penalties from the boot of Matt D'Arcy steered defending champions Clontarf to a hard-earned 9-0 semi-final win over hosts Terenure College. Check out highlights of a closely-fought Ulster Bank League Division 1A play-off.
Table toppers Lansdowne and defending champions Clontarf were the winners of two closely-fought Ulster Bank League Division 1A semi-finals today, as the pair set up an all-Dublin decider on Saturday, May 9.
Play-off winners Dundalk are the latest club to rise from the junior ranks to the Ulster Bank League. They will compete in the new ten-team Division 2C next season. There is just one game left in this year's league campaign - the Division 1A final between Lansdowne and Clontarf on Saturday, May 9.
Table toppers Lansdowne and defending champions Clontarf will contest the Division 1A final after two very eventful semi-finals this afternoon. Meanwhile, Garryowen gained promotion back to the top flight with a play-off win over St. Mary's College and Dundalk's fantastic season continued as they booked their place in the new Division 2C for next season.