Saturday, April 29, 2017

Fantastic Foxes land fourth Feile

FOXROCK Cabinteely added to their storied ladies football Feile history as they landed the Dublin title last Sunday in Blakestown as they just about held Ballyboden St Enda’s at bay in the final at the end of another famous weekend.

Thunder strike out

Memorable season for Swords basketball club comes to a close in the playoff semi-finals as Tralee edge out the National Cup winners

Dubs’ winning mentality

Philly McMahon says no matter what is thrown at the county’s senior footballers, they will adapt and fight to the end to keep their run going

Five-star Saints bang the Drums

ST MOCHTA’S hold on the Leinster Senior League is looking ever stronger, after the Porterstown club dished out a hammering to struggling Drumcondra at Morton Stadium in Santry on Sunday.

Celtics eye major Super League revenge mission

COURTYARD Liffey Celtics, meanwhile, set up a repeat of this year’s Hula Hoops National Cup final as they beat DCU Mercy 62-55 in their semi-final to ensure a Super League playoff final against Ambassador UCC Glanmire.

Peas hit Cregmore for six in FAI final

PEAMOUNT United Under-18 manager Shay Martin praised his players for the dominant display that saw them crowned FAI Under-18 women’s champions with a 6-2 win over Cregmore Claregalway FC at Eamon Deacy Park last Sunday

McAfee’s pro ambition

Multi-talented Sallynoggin native set to make professional boxing his sole vocation following a series of kickboxing titles and a recent semi-pro belt

Maguire and McCann lead the way at AIT

DUNDRUM South Dublin AC’s James Maguire, pictured, produced one of the highlights of the national juvenile indoor championships at the AIT arena to claim the Under-18 1,500m title.

Loreto breakthrough with schools victory

LORETO Swords secured their first Leinster title as their Under-16 side clocked up a 4-10 to 1-7 win over Gaelcholaiste Reachrann at Parnell GAA grounds last Friday.

Leavy stakes his claim

St Michael’s old boy and UCD rising star pushes his case for long-term inclusion in the Leinster back-row with performances in green and blue

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