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Blanch upbringing the making of Joe

BORN AND RAISED in Hartstown but now based in Birmingham, the freshly crowned EFC Lightweight MMA Champion Joe Cummins credits his early days as formative in his MMA career.

Brilliant Balbriggan star lands Under 17 player award

The pride of seeing you win an award is a great boost for those who put in the work behind the scenes,...

Craven class as Malahide reach Cahill Cup decider

Malahide United are through to the final of the Charlie Cahill Cup after they came from behind to beat Bangor Celtic 3-1, in the semi-final on Friday night.

Super Sonics come back from brink of dissolution to glory

Tyrrelstown's Dublin Sonics battled past the previously unbeaten Templeogue BC 51-59 in Oblates Hall on Friday night to win a famous DMBB Cup final.

Rowe and Healy dove-tail to lead Dubs victory

Dublin overcame a spirited challenge from Westmeath at the DCU Sportsgrounds on Sunday to make it three wins on the bounce in...

River Valley rollercoaster continues as they hit six

RIVER VALLEY Rangers bounced back from last week’s 5-4 defeat in Enniskerry with a thumping 6-0 win over FC Transylvania at Sportslink.

Cluskey’s doubles crew reach Guinness record 60-hour mark

FOUR DUBLIN tennis players have been formally entered into the Guinness book of world records for an astonishingly overlength men’s doubles match, which they completed for charity at the Fitzwilliam Tennis Club during the summer of last year.

O’Connor planning Mearnogs’ return

FORMER DUBLIN football star Cliona O’Connor has announced plans to relaunch the Naomh Mearnog adult ladies team over the coming months as the Portmarnock club look to build on a flourishing youth section.

Relentless Coolmine on rise to top league in perfect fashion

COOLMINE’S Under-17s swept to first spot in the Leinster School/Youth league table with a strong 26-10 win over NC Wasps, making it four wins from four and setting them up for a semi-final tie.

Fresh faced Syl’s go goal crazy to see off Kilmacud

ST SYLVESTER’S began life under new manager Paul Clarke and selectors Keith Galvin and Seamas Hynes in four-star fashion as they saw off Kilmacud Crokes in AFL2 at Broomfield on Sunday.

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