Saturday, April 29, 2017

Brilliant Brigid’s sink Erin’s Isle

ST BRIGID’S added the AFL11 league title to the promotion they won a few weeks ago as they won a goal-fest against Erin’s Isle 5-6 to 2-14 in Finglas.

Brigid’s duo miss out on All-Ireland title

ST BRIGID’S duo Eoin Kennedy and Carl Browne were unable to add yet another All-Ireland title to their already huge haul as they lost 21-7, 21-14 to Meath in the final of the All-Ireland 60x30 senior handball doubles.

Brady kickstarts TY plan

REPUBLIC of Ireland senior international Robbie Brady, joined the Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Darragh O’Brien, Fingal County Council Chief Executive, Paul Reid, and FAI Vice President, Donal Conway, to officially launch a transition year football development course.

Murphy’s sweet sixteen ambition

AHEAD of the ladies’ All-Ireland final next Sunday, full back Deirdre Murphy’s motivation will be firing, but it’s long been burning away.

No seventh heaven for Eoin in Croker

IRISH handball legend Eoin Kennedy missed out on a 10th senior 60x30 softball title after a two set loss to Robbie McCarthy at a packed Croke Park.

Leonard knocks out Castle’s comeback

ST MAUR’S edged out Castleknock to claim the New Ireland Assurance Junior A championship final despite almost giving up an eight-point first half lead. Castleknock...

Brigid’s revenge mission

ST BRIGID’S boss Con Brennan looked ahead to this Friday’s Dublin Ladies’ football championship finale at Parnell Park by telling GazetteSport his players are “more ready” than they were facing the same match up in last year’s county decider.

Ailbhe on her Para Road to Rio

CASTLEKNOCK native Ailbhe Kelly has pointed to long-term coach Dave Malone and the rest of the team at the NAC Swimming Club as the key personnel in her drive towards Rio, as she prepares to compete in three different event at the Paralympic games.

Hartstown promotion joy

Hartstown Huntstown FC have received a major boost by being promoted to intermediate football after St Francis Boys pull out

Andrews fighting fit

St Brigid’s man adds another attacking outlet to Dublin line-up as he returns from injury at just the right time for All-Ireland retention push

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