Saturday, April 29, 2017

Bluebell hit Hide for six to close in on Mochta’s

BLUEBELL United made a big statement as they look to reel in the LSL Sunday Senior leaders St Mochta’s, sweeping to a 6-0 win over Malahide United last weekend.

Stenson’s Ireland call

Celbridge cyclist named in Irish development team as a strong Team Bikeworx crew take on the prestigious Ras na Mumhan over Easter

Castleknock sweep to Feile football double

FEILE success visited Dublin 15 for a second time in as many weeks as Castleknock’s boys clinched the Division 3 football title in Parnell Park with a decisive win over Naomh Mearnog, writes Paddy Hewson.

Cuala’s perfect Feile finale over Whitehall

CUALA’S young charges bounced back from an opening defeat to Whitehall Colmcilles to claim a dramatic Division 4 Feile title as they beat the same opposition in the final at Tallaght Stadium last Sunday.

Wes flying on all fronts

Ballinteer old boys land double back-to-back league success and pair of promotions, laying the base for a potential return to All-Ireland top tier

Fingal rugby on the march

Malahide soar into the Ulster Bank Leagues with back-to-back bonus point wins as Skerries prepare for Towns Cup final showdown with Tullow

Sheridan speeding up in race against time

Dundrum South Dublin man becomes first Irish sprinter to medal at world athletics masters championships since 2010 despite only taking up athletics when he was in his early 50s

Celtics’ perfect revenge over Glanmire

COURTYARD Liffey Celtics defied the odds to defeat the all-conquering Ambassador UCC Glanmire 64-54 to become women’s basketball’s Super League playoff champions at Letterkenny IT last weekend.

Whelan magic lands Tower’s Feile glory

ROUND Tower got the better of Man O’War in the AIG Division 4 Feile Final at Lawless Park in Swords on Sunday, as the Clondalkin side’s eye for goal in a contest full of controlled aggression and confident forward proved the key differential.

O’Neill inspires Knock’s D15 Feile final fantasy

CASTLEKNOCK overcame local rivals St Brigid’s to claim the AIG division 2 ladies football Feile title last Sunday on a score line of 4-5 to 3-2.

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