Thursday, March 21, 2019

Preston on board for Trojan work

Less than two months into his relocation to Ireland to take up a post at Trojan Swimming Club, experienced coach Jonathan Preston sees huge potential in Irish swimming and the chance to make a real impact.

McAfee plots big upset

Sallynoggin fighter Stephen McAfee will realise a dream of competing for an Irish title when he takes on Eric Donovan for the vacant featherweight title on March 30 at the National Stadium.

Ballinteer Bulls ready to launch new club

Ballinteer's first men’s basketball team are well on the road towards entering league competition, with the newly-formed senior side having completed their first friendly game in the past month.

Healy’s super six ends perfect schools record

Sarah Healy (Holy Child Killiney) and Efrem Gidey (Le Cheile Tyrellstown) showed their class to retain their titles at the Irish Life Health All Ireland Schools Cross Country Championships in the picturesque setting of Clongowes Wood College last Saturday.

Craven class as Malahide reach Cahill Cup decider

Malahide United are through to the final of the Charlie Cahill Cup after they came from behind to beat Bangor Celtic 3-1, in the semi-final on Friday night.

Super Sonics come back from brink of dissolution to glory

Tyrrelstown's Dublin Sonics battled past the previously unbeaten Templeogue BC 51-59 in Oblates Hall on Friday night to win a famous DMBB Cup final.

Shels step up for parity of esteem in their club

Shelbourne’s Women’s National League team will be known simply as Shelbourne as the club seeks to underline the parity of esteem between men’s and women’s teams.

Wizard of East Wall returns

Formerly seen as one of the hottest prospects in Irish boxing, Jake Hanney has promised to get people talking about him again when he makes his ring return at the end of this month.

Bohs play the Long game as strong run continues

Bohemians manager Keith Long was delighted to see his side continue their unbeaten start to the season despite making 11 changes for the Leinster Senior Cup trip to holders Shelbourne.

Clanna Gael cheering for both sides in Leinster schools rugby final

Where would Leinster Schools Rugby be without Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA Club?

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