Saturday, April 29, 2017

Ward aiming to lift Lucan to final four

LUCAN Sarsfields have named former St Peregrine’s boss Gordon Ward as the new manager of its senior football team for the 2017 campaign.

Horrigan trio all claim gold at Westmeath Open

LUCAN Boxing Club celebrated their latest family of rising stars this week as Conor, Nathan and Kaithlin Horrigan all won gold at the Westmeath and Longford Open championships.

Glenville dreaming of Aviva appearance

GLENVILLE’S David Lloyd has declared the club happy with their last-16 FAI Intermediate Cup draw, seeing the home draw against lower league Edenderry Town as an opportunity to advance in the competition.

Five-ton O’Brien breaks record run

FERGAL O’Brien produced one of the best performances of his snooker career as he ran up five centuries in his 6-5 win over Barry Hawkins in the second round of the UK Championship.

Emmanuel leads Conga line

ESKER Celtic recorded their fourth win on the trot with a 5-3 victory over Park Celtic in the DDSL Under-14 Sunday division 2 at St Laurence’s College.

St Catherine’s come together in victory

ST CATHERINE’S made a piece of history last weekend as their Under-16 side – an amalgamation of Westmanstown Gaels and Erin Go Bragh – claimed their league title in great style to beat Fingallians 4-11 to 1-3.

Unlucky Lucan lose out

Promotion heartache as Sarsfields fall just short despite spirited fightback

Alvarez attempt to up ante on McGregor

EDDIE Alvarez has attempted to up the ante on Conor McGregor, proclaiming the west Dublin man “just a left hand” as New York braces itself for UFC 205 with the fight lighting up the maiden event at Madison Square Garden.

Lucan duo set for Euro elite

LUCAN duo Niamh Farrelly and Eleanor Ryan-Doyle played their part in the Republic of Ireland Under-19 girls hugely impressive run of three successive victories in the UEFA European Championships qualifiers.

Egan’s unlikely World Series win

SALMON Leap’s Jenny Egan brought the curtain down on her 2016 canoeing season in style as she won the senior women’s K1 class at the international Adige Marathon in Italy.

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