Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Shels’ Graham confident of WNL league title push

RACHEL Graham is confident Shelbourne can wrest back their Women’s National League crown following a disappointing fifth-place finish in 2017. The Drumcondra club won a...

Howley roars as Lusk hit new inter heights

Round Tower in Lusk are Dublin intermediate football champions for the first time in their history following their victory in Saturday’s titanic decider at...

Lamb taking nothing for granted in Leinster

Ladies football star says Dublin need to be wary of Laois ahead of their provincial semi-final as she looks forward to a busy summer, heading up Kilmacud Crokes’ multi-sport camps

Mannion and Crokes face up to huge Jude’s final test

Eyebrows were raised when St Jude’s overcame the favourites St Vincent’s to set up an all-southside Dublin Football Championship final against Kilmacud Crokes. Vincent’s –...

Goldrick glitters for Dublin

THERE was a golden touch around the middle of the park as the Jackies lifted their fourth Leinster Championship in a row when they beat Westmeath last Sunday.

Spectre of Cork finally exorcised by Dublin

Ecstatic Jackies' boss Mick Bohan praised his All-Ireland winning Dublin football side after they overcame long-standing rivals Cork at Croke Park on Sunday, admitting...

Boden and Crokes must do it all again

KILMACUD CROKES and Ballyboden St Enda’s will have to go again, after extra time couldn’t separate the two in the Dublin senior hurling final...

Sheriff shoot down Rangers

RIVERVALLEY Rangers came as close as anyone in the AUL this season to ousting Sheriff YC but eventually saw their Nivea Cup bid come...

Tower’s ease past Joseph’s OCB task

FOLLOWING on from a midweek walkover from Scoil Ui Chonaill, Round Tower’s junior hurlers made the early morning trip to Fairview on Sunday looking to keep their perfect run going in AHL9.

Crokes finally complete famous 2015 title double

KILMACUD Crokes completed a historic championship double over the Easter weekend when they defeated Na Fianna in the 2015 U-21A hurling final in O’Toole Park, 1-17 to 1-13.

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