Thursday, August 22, 2019

Syl’s sublime start to AFL2 continues with double win delight

St Sylvester's continued their winning streak in AFL2 as they saw off both Castleknock and Raheny in a five days spell, keeping...

Skerries rugby’s treble-makers

Skerries Rugby Club’s youth sides enjoyed a remarkable finals day last week as they landed Under-16 and 15 crowns, both securing trebles...

McCarthy has his full focus on upcoming Louth showdown

Ballymun Kickhams man James McCarthy says Dublin are taking nothing for granted as their pursuit of a 14th Leinster senior football championship...

Magical Maur’s win fantastic Feile title, coming out on top

ST MAUR’S took the division six Feile football title over the weekend, coming out on top by narrow margins in four of their five games as they ultimately got the better of a tight rivalry with Scoil Ui Chonaill.

Rush Athletic’s treble a perfect building block for future

RUSH Athletic remain on course for a remarkable treble as all three of their Leinster Senior League clubs are in contention to top their respective leagues.

Brilliant Balbriggan make breakthrough

BALBRIGGAN RFC’s Under-14s won the Leinster Rugby Schools/Youth League Division 2 on Sunday with a superb win over Cill Dara at Energia Park, Donnybrook.

Famous first win for Castleknock over St Vincent’s

It scarcely makes up for the 2016 County Final defeat but Castleknock’s historic first championship victory over St Vincent’s, born out of...

Fantastic Flynn calls time on his epic Dublin career

Dublin legend Paul Flynn announced his decision to retire from the Dublin senior footballers following one of the most decorated careers in...

Malahide too good for Skerries in AIL playoff

MALAHIDE RFC are one win away from a place in Division 2B of the All-Ireland League following their impressive away win over near neighbours Skerries 34-22 in their promotion/relegation playoff tussle at Holmpatrick.

Balbriggan cause shock as Malahide and Hills also win

BALBRIGGAN produced the shock on the first full day of the Leinster cricket season as they beat a fancied Clontarf side by 32 runs in the new IBI Corporate Finance Senior League Cup.