Saturday, April 29, 2017

Connolly’s Rhode trip

Star forward Diarmuid is anticipating a huge battle from Offaly champs as St Vincent’s look to win the Leinster senior football title for seventh time

Killester’s final ambition

PYROBEL Killester are on their way back to the Hula Hoops women’s basketball National Cup final this year following a dramatic win over Maxol WIT Wildcats in an action-packed thriller in Cork’s Mardyke Arena, 72-65.

‘Ais the Bash’ saving UFC return for Dublin

DRIMNAGH’S Aisling Daly - Ireland’s only female professional mixed martial arts fighter - plans to save her next big outing for the UFC’s return to Dublin in October, telling GazetteSport “I don’t think I want to risk missing a second Dublin card. I’d rather not risk another injury.”

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

Rio calling for Clohisey

RAHENY Shamrocks’ Mick Clohisey had his ticket to August’s OIympic Games rubber-stamped on Monday evening to take part in the marathon as Athletics Ireland confirmed their line-up.

Doherty named as Shels’ new boss

Nathan Kelly Shelbourne have placed their faith in a fresh face for the 2015 League of Ireland (LoI) campaign with the appointment of 34-year-old Kevin...

Kevin’s winning mindset

McManamon hits back at those question the merit of sports psychology, saying it played a key factor in helping him reach the pinnacle of football

DDSL and NDSL miss out at Kennedy Cup

FOR the first time since 2004, Dublin teams were left empty handed at the annual Kennedy Cup competition which was held in Limerick last...

Dublin in dreamland

LESS than 24 hours after guiding Dublin to a third All-Ireland title in five years and his second as Dublin manager, Jim Gavin heaped praise on the structure of Gaelic Games in the capital.

Davis, Doherty and Taylor coming to Ireland for Legends contest

Snooker: your chance to see world champions in action in our competition

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