Saturday, April 29, 2017

Templeogue in dreamland

Mark Keenan hails his side’s mental resolve to recover from a slow start against Tralee Warriors to land the Super League title for the first time

Leavy stakes his claim

St Michael’s old boy and UCD rising star pushes his case for long-term inclusion in the Leinster back-row with performances in green and blue

Dubs to raise the bar

Sarah O’Donovan says Dublin’s camogie side, under Kilkenny legend David Herity, is looking to harden their team culture for 2017 league campaign

Kickboxing Kym’s Olympic ambition

KYM DOYLE, at thirteen years old, is amongst the best kickboxers in her age and weight category in Europe.

Dublin collective win Wanze tournament

Under-14 basketball stars win Belgian tournament, much to delight of their mentor Carmel Kilmartin, who spoke to GazetteSport after the team’s return to the capital recently

Baldoyle Trim St Gerald’s down to size in U-19 final

PSN BALDOYLE stormed home to victory in the All-Ireland Schools League Under-19 C boys basketball finals with a convincing 59-48 point win over St Gerald’s DLS College, Castlebar.

The Kings of Killester

All-Ireland basketball glory just one game away for Pyrobel Killester as they sweep to semi-final win over UCD Marian at Neptune Stadium

Templeogue College into decider

School's soccer side reach cup final at first attempt

O’Devaney set for new life as Dublin Central FC

FORMER AUL big guns O’Devaney Dunard FC will begin life in the Leinster Senior League under a new name from the start of next season.

Sheridan speeding up in race against time

Dundrum South Dublin man becomes first Irish sprinter to medal at world athletics masters championships since 2010 despite only taking up athletics when he was in his early 50s

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