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THE KAIZEN Dojo in Terenure will hold the world’s first karate grading through the medium of the Irish language on Saturday, June 8.
WITH 40 teams travelling from far and wide from countries such as USA, Croatia, Lithuania, Malta, England, Scotland and many others, the seventh Dublin Masters International Tournament proved another hit.
It’s been a remarkable two years for Corduff teenager Ryan Djoussa, who has been named in the 12-man Ireland Under-16 panel for the European Championships in Podgorica, Montenegro in August.
BERNARD Brogan says another Leinster success would be hugely important for Dublin as, along with aiming for five All-Ireland titles in-a-row, they seek their ninth provincial crown in succession this Summer.
DUBLIN ladies football legend Cliodhna O’Connor is on the hunt to get the county’s senior hurlers moving in the right direction in her new role as the team’s athletic development coach.
CASTLEKNOCK Celtic’s Under-16B reached the final of the Redmond Cup final as they got the best of Terenure Rangers at Porterstown Park.
Stephanie Roche never dreamed of being a professional footballer growing up but she hopes she’s part of the last generation to grow up without that ambition.