Saturday, April 29, 2017

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.

McMahon’s FAI gong

Dublin Bus winger earns Football For All award at the FAI awards night last weekend as manager Sheridan hails how he has gelled at Coldcut

Liffey Valley true Junior underdogs

EVERY big cup needs a true underdog story, if not to win it, but at least to go much further than anyone expected. In this season’s Leinster Junior Cup, that underdog is Liffey Valley Rangers’ Saturday side who last week earned their place in the last eight.

Super Saints ascension

Baldonnel club says goodbye to some of their finest talents after epic spell, earning multiple All-Ireland titles, as professional clubs in UK come calling

Bells get set for Athlone

United will face First Division side in the second round of the FAI Senior Cup, with manager Newman well aware of opponent’s strengths

Bluebell end the wait

BLUEBELL UNITED have finally secured a long-awaited Leinster Senior League title, their first since 1987, having led the Sunday Senior’s top tier of Leinster intermediate football almost from start to finish.

Clondalkin Celtic U-15 claim silverware in first season

Stephen Maxwell's side top off their first year by taking home the league cup

Neilstown’s 35th year still only the beginning

The north Clondalkin club held a special anniversary celebration of its boxing legacy recently, and its members and famous sons hailed its place in the community

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.

Finn ready for new chapter

RONAN Finn says he cannot wait to get back under way with Shamrock Rovers as he prepares to return to former side Dundalk for the first time in the SSE Airtricity League opener.

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