Thursday, April 18, 2019

Brilliant Boardman brings Charlie Cahill to Malahide

LEVI Boardman was the hero for Malahide United as he equalised before netting the decisive penalty in the shootout as they lifted the Charlie Cahill Cup with victory over Crumlin United.

Trojans effort yields 17 new club records

TROJANS Swimming Club enjoyed a sensational week at the Irish Open Swimming Championships, setting 17 new club records and bringing home medals for both Grace Hodgins and Ethan Hansen.

Devlin content as Cabo young guns test Bohemians

PAT Devlin was thrilled with the performance of his Cabinteely side despite ultimately succumbing to a 2-1 defeat in their EA Sports Cup second round tie at Dalymount Park.

Fortune favours a cautious SHC plan

BALLYBODEN ST ENDA’S last game ahead of the top tier of the Dublin hurling league taking a break was a comfortable win over Lucan Sarsfields.

Walshe’s wonders at Irish Open

TEMPLEOGUE’S Ellen Walshe emerged as one of the big stars of the Irish Open Swimming Championships as she posted four lifetime bests, landing her fourth national title into the bargain.

Jack makes UCD feel the Byrne as Rovers catch fire

A virtuoso performance from Jack Byrne helped Shamrock Rovers to their seventh win of the season at home to UCD on Friday night.

Four-star Jude’s the Div 3 champs

ST JUDE’S started as they meant to go on as a sixth minute goal set the tone for a final goalfest that ultimately led to the Dublin Division 3 camogie Feile title at O’Toole Park last Sunday.

Blue Bulls’ sweet sixteen

MU Barnhall confirmed they will be playing their rugby in AIL Division 2A next season as they blitzed 2B, making it 16 wins from 16 as they stormed Strandhill to beat Sligo last Saturday.

Slattery at 70 celebrated in perfect style

BLACKROCK College RFC hosted a star-studded 70th birthday tribute dinner for Fergus Slattery with the Concert Hall at the RDS providing the perfect setting for 430 family, friends, former teammates and special guests.

Clontarf keep the Faith for A double

HOLY Faith Clontarf completed the All Ireland League and Cup double as they won out 65-41 against Scoil Chriost Ri of Portlaoise in the U19 A Girls All-Ireland Schools League final.

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