Sunday, April 23, 2017

CCC’s first All-Ireland

Castleknock school produce breathtaking performance in Monaghan to land national senior camogie title with victory over St Patrick’s, Armagh

Kellett strikes Brigid’s to Boland Cup win

ST BRIGID’S senior hurlers claimed the first trophy of the 2017 hurling season on Tuesday evening as they defeated O’Tooles 1-15 to 0-11 under the floodlights in a rainy soaked Russell Park.

Corduff U-12s on fire

Blanch side makes piece of club history with run to SFAI regional final, adding to the Dublin 15 club’s list of potential silverware on the horizon

Duffy’s elite success

Mulhuddart boxer storms to national seniors glory at 57kg at the National Stadium, seeing off reigning champion Moira McElligott on judge’s cards

CCC reach first ever All-Ireland final tie

CASTLEKNOCK Community College reached an All-Ireland senior camogie final for the first time after beaten Wexford’s Presentation College by 2-8 to 1-8 in the O’Neill’s post primary Senior C championship in Gorey.

Depleted Town pegged back by struggling Saints

Pegasus/St James took the lead against the run of play before Hartstown struck back to earn a point

Whelan relishing new hurling manager role

LONG TIME Castleknock man Damian Whelan will take charge of the Somerton club’s hurling panel for the 2017 season with the outstanding 2016 championship successes of the club’s footballers still ringing in the ears, he has high hopes for his new charges.

O’Sullivan goal sets tone for Walsh win

ST BRIGID’S Cian O’Sullivan continued his strong start to the year with a first half goal for Dublin’s senior hurlers as they dismissed UCD by 11 points, making it two wins from two in the Bord na Mona Walsh Cup at Parnell Park.

Lacey lights up LSL classic

ST MOCHTA’S came out on top of an eight goal thriller after they defeated Crumlin United 5-3 to get back to winning ways and keep the pressure on the teams above them in the LSL Sunday Senior.

Hannigan in the Dublin shop window

CASTLEKNOCK’S Graham Hannigan emphasised the importance of the early season Dub Stars and O’Byrne Cup games in the coming weeks, describing himself as “in the shop window” for Jim Gavin’s Dublin side.

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