Sunday, April 30, 2017

Balbriggan’s Doherty wins FAI U-16 award

BALBRIGGAN native Jordan Doherty was celebrating on Sunday night after he walked away from the FAI International Football Awards at Donnybrook with the Under-16 player of the year gong in his hands.

Lynch mobbed in Major win

SEVEN goals, a late red card, and an injury time winner from the manager were just some of the talking points as Skerries Town produced an amazing comeback from 3-0 down to defeat St Mochta’s 4-3 in the LSL Major 1C Saturday.

Barrable’s Cork love affair

ROBERT Barrable says he “can’t wait” to give Hyundai Motorsport’s i20 R5 its Clonakilty Blackpudding Irish Tarmac Championship debut, when he makes his maiden appearance in the car at his favourite event, the Quality Hotel Clonakilty West Cork Rally on March 18 and 19.

Captain Aherne hails Dublin’s character

FINGAL women Sinead Aherne (0-7) and Lyndsey Davey (1-4) played crucial roles as Dublin saw off Donegal with a scoring blitz early in the second half last weekend at Parnell Park.

Swim sensation Rachael an Outsider of the Year

Malahide woman breaks her fiance’s record for the fastest Irish person to cross the English channel; she tells GazetteSport about battling jellyfish, storms and more to achieve her target

Marked man Morton

Swords cyclist admits he will not have the element of surprise at the 2017 Ras after his groundbreaking victory on stage two over the professionals

Alsie fires Ayrfield to fifth in AUL

The Coolock side had the league’s top scorer Alsie Ray to thank as they moved five points clear of their opponents on the day

Thunder’s hoop dreams

Swords basketball club looking to make their senior breakthrough on the national stage as they bid to exorcise the nightmares of the 2016 final

Ice man Turner cometh at world championships

North Dubliner finishes second in Germany as he puts his body through the wringer; he tells GAZETTESPORT about what it takes to swim a kilometre race in sub zero conditions

Swords turn out Moy lights

Despite having a National Cup final spot in the bag, Thunder coach Dave Baker says his side must improve on their semi-final win over Moycullen

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