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Ciaran Kilkenny gearing up for a big Royal rumble this Sunday

Dublin’s Ciaran Kilkenny says there’s a strong familiarity between Dublin and Meath, as they face off in Croke Park this Sunday, with...

Chloe Gabriel makes more boxing history at Mulhuddart

Mulhuddart Boxing Academy celebrated their latest milestone last week when Chloe Gabriel took home gold from the European Junior Championships in Romania.

Corduff’s Djoussa aims big with NBA the target

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.

Leinster title still a big draw for Brogan

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.

O’Connor tailoring Dubs well-being

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.

Knock’s magical start propels four-star run to Redmond final

CASTLEKNOCK Celtic’s Under-16B reached the final of the Redmond Cup final as they got the best of Terenure Rangers at Porterstown Park.

Malahide masterful at Community festival

THERE was plenty to cheer about from a Fingal perspective at the Lidl All-Ireland Community Games weekend, which drew the crowds and plenty of sunshine to the University of Limerick across Saturday and Sunday last.

Glorious River Valley cup runs keep rolling

River Valley Rangers marked the end of their first season in the Leinster Senior League by lifting the Polikoff Cup following a 2-1 victory over CYM Beechwood on Sunday.

Nicole Grounded for Bloom in the Park

NICOLE Owens says it’s important to talk about mental health, with the Dublin Ladies Footballer having gone through tough times with depression and panic attacks affecting her daily life.

St Maur’s enjoy Feile gold rush

ST MAURS brought plenty of excitement to St. Peregrines GAA Club on Sunday, as their AIG Dublin Under 14 Ladies Football Feile Division 3 success, earned them a place in the All-Ireland Feile in Connacht next month, thanks to an eight-point win over St. Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh in the decider.