Enniskerry GAA Club has said seven of the young men injured in a fall from a truck in the Co Wicklow village have now been discharged from hospital.
Two more of the team members were sent home last night after receiving treatment, following the release of five others yesterday.
Members of the GAA club were celebrating a county football championship win while on the trailer of an articulated lorry when they fell to the ground at around 6.30pm on Saturday evening.
Nine men were taken to Tallaght and St Vincent's University Hospitals for treatment, following the incident during a homecoming celebration.
Two of the men remain in St Vincent's Hospital in Dublin, where they are still being treated.
The club has said that while none of the injuries were life threatening, some did require surgery.
In an update posted on social media, Enniskerry GAA Club said "thinking of the two lads still in hospital, bring on the celebrations when the team is back together as a panel of 26."
Gardaí, who are investigating the incident, say their inquiries are ongoing.