Saturday, April 29, 2017

Marathon man Mark on awareness mission

Clondalkin man tells JAMES HENDICOTT why his 120th marathon on Bank Holiday Monday will feature a sleeping bag, a monkey hat, a tracksuit and strong messages of hope

Peas quartet soar in opening Euro tie

PEAMOUNT United’s Niamh Farrelly and Lucy McCartan were both part of the Republic of Ireland Under-19 side’s starting line-up as they started their European championship qualifying campaign with a comfortable 10-0 win over hosts Macedonia.

Collins: Ormond still has world title shot

CELTIC Warrior trainer Paschal Collins feels that Stephen Ormond has the capacity to bounce back from his recent loss an win a World title. The...

Understated Gavin adds to Dubs’ legend status

JIM GAVIN made some big changes to his team as Dublin defeated Mayo by a point in the All-Ireland SFC final at the second time of asking, delivering the biggest title for a third time during his tenure as manager.

Tower’s demolish Pat’s to assure playoff place

ROUND Tower secured their spot in the playoffs after they dealt St Pat’s of Palmerstown a heavy 2-16 to 0-7 defeat in their final game of AFL Division 2 at Monastery Road.

Sheppy still firing them in

BOOTH Road Celtic maintained their perfect start to the season as they easily dispatched of Phoenix FC 4-0 to make it five wins from five in the LSL Major 1B Saturday division.

Ebbe lesson for Students

DEAN Ebbe scored all four goals for Bluebell United as they defeated UCD 4-0 at Thornfield on Sunday, to remain top of the LSL Sunday Senior.

Tower’s Goose cooked in Junior E semi final

THERE was disappointment for the Round Tower as they were denied a place in the junior championship final after losing to Wild Geese by 3-13 to 4-12 at Monastery Road.

Bell side to beat in LSL

BLUEBELL United got their title defence up and running as they proved too strong for Bangor Celtic in a 2-0 win at Capco Park on Monday night.

Ormond weight goes on

Devastated lightweight Stephen Ormond has blamed calibrated weight scales for robbing him of the chance to finally land shot at a World title

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