Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Dubs’ strong start undone by Galway

A tough 10-minute spell in the first put paid to an impressive showing from Dublin at a toasty Parnells as they succumbed to Galway...

Ten Dubliners Malaga-bound for World Transplant Games

Irish selection: sizeable crew set to represent country on big stage

Banya sets DDSL soaring

ST KEVIN’S Boys star Roland Banya found the back of the net to help the DDSL side walk away from the University of Limerick as Kennedy Cup champions for the 31st time.

Pollock pushes boat out for inclusion

MARK Pollock, Commonwealth medal winner in Rowing, Round Ireland sailor, adventurer and cure for paralysis activist, has launched the inaugural Watersports Inclusion Games, organised...

Esker finally get green light for boxing base

AFTER a long struggle, Esker Boxing Club’s campaign to build their own clubhouse in Lucan has finally been given the go ahead in the...

Siofra’s soaring success

SIOFRA Cleirigh Buttner has been making a name for herself on the American college athletics scene, with the South-Dublin native excelling for Villanova as...

Flynn Rocks out in San Diego

COOLMINE man David Flynn came 10th of 30,000 in the Rock and Roll San Diego half marathon recently, running a 35-second personal best as...

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...

Rushe’s Dublin defence

ST PAT’S Palmerstown’s Liam Rushe has come out in defence of his side amid growing concern surrounding the future of Dublin hurling. Rumours of discontent...

Celtic’s unbreakable Bond

OLIVER Bond Celtic manager Eddie Keogh says their Frank Roe Cup victory last weekend has given their while community a huge boost in just...

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