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Thursday 12 December, 2019
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Dublin All-Ireland winners to face off after tonight's senior football quarter-final draw

Kilmacud Crokes against St Judes is one of the standout ties.

Brian Fenton (Raheny) and John Small (Ballymun Kickhams) will be in opposition
Brian Fenton (Raheny) and John Small (Ballymun Kickhams) will be in opposition
Image: Tommy Grealy/INPHO

THE DRAW HAS been made this evening for the quarter-finals of the 2016 Dublin senior football championship.

2010 champions Kilmacud Crokes reward for knockout reigning All-Ireland club kingpins Ballyboden St-Enda’s is a tie with St Judes. The game will see Dublin attackers Paul Mannion and Kevin McManamon in opposition while Kilmacud will hope to call on Cian O’Sullivan who was out injured last Saturday.

2014 champions St Vincent’s will face Lucan Sarsfields in their clash after they saw off Na Fianna and Ballinteer St John’s respectively last week.

2012 title winners Ballymun Kickhams, who defeated St Brigid’s on Sunday, must now take on Raheny at the last eight stage. Ballymun can call on Dean Rock, Philly McMahon, James McCarthy and John Small while Brian Fenton is the star man for Raheny.

Finally there is a huge chance for a milestone semi-final appearance for Castleknock and Skerries Harps after they were pitted against each other. Ciaran Kilkenny and former Dublin All-Ireland winning captain Brian Cullen will be in action here.

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They’ve won the last 4 Kilkenny titles and are now set for semi-final battle next Sunday

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