Saturday, April 29, 2017

Poame agrees Sunderland terms

Corduff Football Club yesterday announced that their impressive young player, Jean Yves Poame, has agreed terms with Premier League side Sunderland AFC, and will...

Corduff’s Yassine latest to sign terms

CORDUFF FC’s place among the schoolboy heavyweights in Dublin football was further solidified with the announcement this week that Yassine En Neyah has officially signed for Nottingham Forest.

Corduff seal epic four titles in 10 days

CORDUFF reached new heights before the summer season has even started after an extended run in the SFAI All-Ireland competitions and the LFA over 35 provisional competition, racking up four Leinster titles in 10 days.

A new beginning for Garda

Announcement of Westmanstown and Garda clubs’ amalgamation attended by Liam O’Neill and Jim Gavin and hailed as huge step forward

Norton Knock’s new man

CASTLEKNOCK’S senior footballer’s first ever foray into the top-tier of senior football will be led by newly appointed manager Lar Norton.

Moia a Kansas star

A FORMER student of Castleknock Community College has been crowned a national basketball champion in the United States following MidAmerica Nazarene University’s 2016 NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championship victory this week.

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.

Castleknock choose new hurling boss

Somerton club’s senior small ball code will be overseen by club stalwart Antoin O’Cleirigh for the 2015 season and challenge of AHL Division 2

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.

Duff stars stepping up

CORDUFF FC have boasted many young prospects in recent years with this week, especially, showing a number of their footballers turning out in the newly established Under-19 League of Ireland.

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