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Donall Farmer/INPHO St Vincent's defeated Castlebar Mitchels in last March's All-Ireland club decider.
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All-Ireland champions St Vincent's to play St Sylvester's after Dublin SFC second round draw
The draw for the last sixteen of the club game in the capital was made this evening.

REIGNING All-IRELAND club champions St Vincent’s have been drawn to play St Sylvesters in tonight’s draw for the second round of the Dublin senior football championship.

The reigning champions got the defence of their title off to a successful start last week against St Pat’s Palmerstown and now face the Malahide-based club.

2012 champions Ballymun Kickhams, who lost last year’s final against St Vincent’s after a replay, will play Fingal Ravens.

St Oliver Plunkett’s Eoghan Ruadh, who knocked out Kilmacud Crokes last week, were paired with St Anne’s while 2011 champions St Brigid’s will take on Skerries Harps.

2009 winners Ballyboden St-Enda’s will be in action against Ballinteer St-John’s who had Irish athlete David Gillick in their ranks last week.

The draw in full is:

Dublin SFC second round draw
St Oliver Plunkett’s Eoghan Ruadh v St Anne’s
St Sylvester’s v St Vincent’s
St Judes v Whitehall Colmcille
Templeogue Synge-Street v Na Fianna
Ballyboden St-Enda’s v Ballinteer St John’s
St Brigid’s v Skerries Harps
Raheny v Lucan Sarsfields
Ballymun Kickhams v Fingal Ravens

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Ballymun Kickhams' players celebrate after the game Ryan Byrne / INPHO Ballymun Kickhams celebrate after their 2012 final win. Ryan Byrne / INPHO / INPHO

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UCD v O’Tooles
Trinity Gaels v Round Towers
Kilmacud Crokes v Parnells
Cuala v Naomh Mearnóg
St Maurs v St Mary’s (Saggart)
Erins Isle v Thomas Davis
St Pat’s (Palmerstown) v St Peregrine’s
Clontarf v Naomh Olaf

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