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Magnificent O’Hara haul propels Round Tower win

SOPHIE O’Hara registered a magnificent 2-6 haul at Blunden Drive to propel Round Tower Lusk to an impressive victory over Na Gaeil Oga in the Dublin Junior ‘F’ Ladies Football Championship decider.

Knock go straight back up to top tier

CELEBRATION time in Castleknock as their senior footballers made a quick-fire return to Division 1 of the league, securing promotion from AFL2 with a polished 13-point victory away to Ballyboughal on Saturday.

Camara’s picture perfect trio in Harts’ derby delight

It’s one Blanch derby to another this Sunday as Hartstown Huntstown look to continue their perfect start to the LSL Sunday Senior 1B season away to Verona.

Caldwell and crew break down condensed Montenegro side

Balbriggan’s Diane Caldwell admitted Ireland need to improve ahead of next month’s Euro 2021 qualifier with Ukraine following an unconvincing 2-0 win over Montenegro in Tallaght.

Malahide GC the best in show as they show staying Power

THE 2019 Best Cup was won by Malahide Golf Club who defeated Powerscourt GC over the 2 legs in the final.

Cabo’ tribute to ‘Locker’

“We've had phone calls from America, from the Caribbean, Wes Charles, and phone calls from Australia,” begins Pat Devlin.Cabinteely will hold a...

Debut for Irish Women’s Masters Basketball team at World Championships

The first ever Irish Women’s Masters Basketball team finished their FIMBA World Championships in Finland in 9th place with 3 wins out...

Cork and Dublin take titles at third Eugene Egan Tournament

Cork and Dublin took the titles, at the Annual Eugene Egan Ladies Football Under 14 Tournament held in Clan na nGael Fontenoy...

McCabe says Ireland can kick on without permanent boss

Ireland captain Katie McCabe is unconcerned that the Girls in Green will head into the qualifying campaign for Euro 2021 in England...

Glebe start big build-up for FAI Cup date with Sligo

Glebe North will warm up for their FAI Cup first round glamour tie with Sligo Rovers next week with a pair of friendlies against Northern Irish Premiership side Glenavon.