Saturday, April 29, 2017

Peas hit Cregmore for six in FAI final

PEAMOUNT United Under-18 manager Shay Martin praised his players for the dominant display that saw them crowned FAI Under-18 women’s champions with a 6-2 win over Cregmore Claregalway FC at Eamon Deacy Park last Sunday

Rovers set for Molly O’Toole Memorial

LUCAN United are looking forward to playing Shamrock Rovers for the Molly O’Toole Memorial Cup on Friday, January 20 at Peamount’s Greenogue grounds in what manager John Doyle says is a “big deal for the club”.

Rangers roaring on

Metropolitan League success for Liffey Valley side reflects their commitment to women’s soccer and call for more girls to join them

Molloy united for Leeds

Former Esker Celtic and Colaiste Phadraig goalkeeper and Gaelic footballer signs two-year scholarship agreement with Elland Road club

Crummey relishing experienced status

LUCAN Sarsfields star Chris Crummey is looking forward to a big year for Dublin hurling as changes to the panel could see him adopt a new role as an experienced player in a youthful squad.

McCabe’s Ireland’s Call

LUCAN girl Molly Scuffil McCabe has just returned from rugby’s European Grand Prix Series in Liege, Belgium, representing Ireland for the second time at Under-18 7s level.

Lucan camogie champions of Senior 3 in Dublin

Sarsfields ladies claim provincial crown

50 just the beginning for Garda RFC

Half-century anniversary celebrations at Westmanstown for rugby club marks next phase of their life as part of sporting community

Peamount quintet line out for Irish Under-17s

FIVE Peamount United players were involved in the the Republic of Ireland women’s Under-17 side who began their new season with a 2-0 win over their Northern Ireland counterparts in Ballymena last weekend.

McGregor returns to open SBG gym

Notorious returns to Ireland to help launch new SBG Gym at Naas Road

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