The Go Ahead Senior A Hurling Championships will get underway on Friday, September 3, with a double header at Parnell Park.
Na Fianna will face Whitehall Colmcille (6.30pm) and Ballyboden St Endas will take on St Oliver Plunkett/ER (8.15pm).
Reigning Dublin Senior A Hurling Champions Cuala begin the defence of their title on Saturday, September 4 against southside rivals Kilmacud Crokes at Parnell Park (6pm).
The Go Ahead Dublin Senior B Hurling Championships also get underway on Saturday, September 4, with reigning champions Naomh Fionnbarra meeting Na Fianna in their opening game (6pm in Pope John Paul II Park).
The Go Ahead Dublin Intermediate and Junior Hurling Championships also get underway across the weekend.
Round 1 winners will meet each other in Round 2 and likewise for the round 1 beaten teams.
Meanwhile, the Dublin CCC have also confirmed fixture details for Round 1 of the 2021 Go Ahead Dublin Football Championships.
The Go Ahead Senior 1 Football Championships begin on Friday, September 11, when there will be a double header at Parnell Park.
Reigning champions Ballymun Kickhams begin the defence of their title against Thomas Davis (8.15pm). Before that, Na Fianna face Whitehall Colmcille (6.30pm).
On the same night, Clontarf meet Skerries Harps in Balgriffin (7.30pm) and Round Tower Lusk face St Oliver Plunkett/ ER in Naul (7.30pm).
There will be two further double headers on Sunday 12th September, with last year’s runners up Ballyboden St Endas meeting Raheny and Kilmacud Crokes taking on Castleknock- both at Parnell Park.
Meanwhile, at O’Toole Park, there will be a Round 1 double header as St Judes face Lucan Sarsfields and St Vincents meet Ballinteer St Johns.
Reigning Go Ahead Dublin Senior 2 Football Champions Cuala begin the defence of their Senior 2 title on Sunday, September 12 at home to St Maur’s (11am).
That’s one of eight Senior 2 fixtures that will take place on Sunday morning.
The Go Ahead Dublin Intermediate, Intermediate All County, Junior and Junior All County Football Championships also get underway across the same weekend.
Caption: Con O’Callaghan’s (left) Cuala will meet Bill O’Carroll’S (second left) Kilmacud in the tie of the round the Dublin senior champiopship. Photo: Daire Brennan/Sportsfile