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Paul Flynn helps Fingallians return to Dublin senior ranks for first time since 2011

Fourth time lucky for the Swords club, who saw off Ballymun earlier.

PAUL FLYNN ADDED club glory to his inter-county success in 2016 as he helped Fingallians to the Dublin intermediate football championship title this afternoon.

The Swords club defeated Ballymun Kickhams 2-16 to 2-7 and their emphatic nine-point victory not only secures a first title since 1957 but qualification for the Dublin SFC.

Having fallen at the final hurdle in 2012, 2013 and 2014, Fingallians will feel their time has come as they return to the senior ranks after been relegated in 2011.

Flynn and his team-mates will now face St Joseph’s of Louth in the Leinster IFC quarter-final on Saturday 5 November at Cluskey Park.

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