DEAN Ebbe will be hoping that he will soon be lining out for new club Inverness Caledonian Thistle, while life must go on back at Bluebell United.
AS many people start the new year trying to recover from overindulgence, Clondalkin Rugby Club are left trying to recover from two desperately unlucky cup final defeats, as both their first and second sides lost out to Naas at Cill Dara RFC on January 2.
ST FRANCIS got the festive cheer underway nice and early as they produced an excellent comeback against a strong St Joseph’s side in the final of the DDSL Under-15s Premier 1 in Baldonnel.
ROUND Tower’s senior football campaign may have come to a disappointing end in a playoff final defeat to Clontarf last month, but they can still look back fondly on another strong AFL Division 2 season that almost ended in promotion.
BOOTH Road Celtic reached the last 32 of the FAI junior cup for the first time in their history after a 1-0 win over Pearse Celtic at Ballyowen Park.
CLONDALKIN’S Louis O’Loughlin claimed his second national cross-country crown as he swept to the Under-16 Irish Life Health national championships title at the national sports campus in Abbotstown, adding to the Under-15 title he won a year ago in Dungarvan.
ROUND Tower are one game away from promotion back to the top tier of league football in Dublin following as their steely determination and disciplined tackling, with a clinical edge, saw them beat Naomh Mearnog by two points in Portmarnock.
ROUND Tower’s junior hurlers are now just one victory away from league glory after a hard fought 1-9 to 1-7 win over Realt Dearg in the AHL Division 8 at Monastery Road.
Women’s Rugby World Cup tournament director Garrett Tubridy tells Gazette Sport he expects next year’s event, to be held in Ireland, will lead to more women participating in sport
STEPHEN Ormond is keen to quickly get back to winning ways on Saturday night in Belfast when he returns to the ring at the...