Monday, May 20, 2019

Whitehall spectacularly topple Towers in Division Three football Feile

Whitehall Colmcille got off to a poor start as they hosted the Division Three football Feile, but held their nerve in an...

Glenville breathe easy with safety and promotion in bag

There were double celebrations in Glenville at the weekend as their first team sealed their LSL Sunday Senior 1 status while the...

McCarthy has his full focus on upcoming Louth showdown

Ballymun Kickhams man James McCarthy says Dublin are taking nothing for granted as their pursuit of a 14th Leinster senior football championship...

Sheriff’s band of friends line up FAI Junior Cup tilt this Saturday

SHERIFF YC have an opportunity to seal their third FAI Junior Cup crown in four years when they face off against St Michael’s of Tipperary at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday evening.

Erin’s Isle storm to Feile crown after magical weekend of football

ERIN’S ISLE produced a magical weekend of football to win Dublin Division 2 Feile crown, capping it with a brilliant final win over Clontarf on Monday morning with a 4-6 to 2-3 success in Parnell Park.

Crumlin on a high for Inter Cup final after LSL success

CRUMLIN United will face a familiar foe when they hit the Aviva Stadium turf on Saturday afternoon in search of their fifth FAI Intermediate Cup triumph in ten years.

Magical Maur’s win fantastic Feile title, coming out on top

ST MAUR’S took the division six Feile football title over the weekend, coming out on top by narrow margins in four of their five games as they ultimately got the better of a tight rivalry with Scoil Ui Chonaill.

Rush Athletic’s treble a perfect building block for future

RUSH Athletic remain on course for a remarkable treble as all three of their Leinster Senior League clubs are in contention to top their respective leagues.

Brilliant Balbriggan make breakthrough

BALBRIGGAN RFC’s Under-14s won the Leinster Rugby Schools/Youth League Division 2 on Sunday with a superb win over Cill Dara at Energia Park, Donnybrook.

Three Rock Rovers win hockey’s biggest prize yet again

THREE Rock Rovers claimed a third successive EY Champions Trophy as they warded off regular season champions Lisnagarvey 2-0 in Sunday’s final, continuing their incredible run of wins in one-off matches.

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