Saturday, April 20, 2019

Exciting new book explores soccer minnows

In the Summer of 2018, a small football tournament hosted around non-league grounds in London attracted disproportionate levels of passion and some...

Clarke confident Sylvester’s can make mark on SFC

St Sylvester's are facing something of a group of death as they begin their Dublin senior football championship campaign in a four-team...

Clarke confident Syl’s can make mark on SFC

ST SYLVESTER’S are facing something of a group of death as they begin their Dublin senior football championship campaign in a four-team line-up featuring a series of big guns.

Edel savours golden moment as Phoenix Flyer soars in Dubai

TWO PODIUM finishes for Special Olympics swimmer Edel Armstrong were the highlights of a swimming career that has already stretched beyond the young athlete’s dreams as she rose to a world medal winning standard at the contest in the UAE in mid-March.

Skerries aiming to put club on map in cup final

A BIG day in Skerries Town’s modern history approaches on Saturday as the north County Dublin club face Rosemount Mulvey in the Tom Carroll Cup final in Kilbarrack.

Wayside on treble trail in the Leinster leagues

WAYSIDE Celtic remain on course to achieve a remarkable treble as all three of their Leinster Senior League teams are within a shout of promotion from their respective divisions.

Rainbow wary of SFC threat from Clontarf

“ONE GAME AT A TIME” is the mantra for Ballyboden St Enda’s as they head into the Dublin Senior Football Championship, with the club feeling well-placed to make an impact this time around.

Formula Female’s new challenge

HOCKEY World Cup silver medalist Nicci Daly has assembled an all-star cast of Irish sportswomen to take on the Formula Female One Lap Challenge in Mondello Park.

Kennedy’s Knocklyon boost

THESE are trying times for Knocklyon United but there’s good news on the horizon for the club as they’ve managed to attract Mick Kennedy back to the club as director of football.

Templeogue hope for third time lucky

TEMPLEOGUE will be hoping it’s third time’s the charm in the coming weeks as they reached their third consecutive Champions Trophy final following an 88-84 point win over Pyrobel Killester in Clontarf.

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