Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Bradley and Rovers repay faith with first final spot in nine years

Shamrock Rovers are on the cusp of ending their 32-year hoodoo after booking their place in the FAI Cup final with a comfortable 2-0 win over Bohemians.

Long and Bohs left to focus on Euro challenge

Bohemians manager Keith Long admits every game is a cup final between now and the end of the season after they missed out on the FAI Cup showpiece for the second year running.

Fingal’s heroes central in painting town blue

THOUSANDS turned out for Dublin’s double All-Ireland Senior Football winning celebrations in Merrion Square on Sunday, with plenty of Fingal stars among those honoured at the official homecoming organised by Dublin City Council.

Tommy’s Knock-Out blow

It took a wonder Tommy McDaniel point five minutes into time-added-on to give Castleknock a hard-earned SFC victory over Dublin 15 rivals St Brigid’s in this evenly contested derby on the Blakestown Road on Saturday.

The spoils of War

MAN O’War recorded an historic triumph in the Dublin Junior ‘A’ Ladies Football Championship final at Lawless Park on Saturday.

Flynn’s redemption song at this month’s Dublin marathon

Coolmine’s Dave Flynn has redemption in mind at this month’s Dublin marathon after illness hampered his efforts 12 months ago.

Southsiders help Dubs double paint town blue

THOUSANDS turned out for Dublin’s double All-Ireland Senior Football winning celebrations in Merrion Square on Sunday, with plenty of South Dublin stars among those honoured at the official homecoming organised by Dublin City Council.

Fox force five

FOXROCK Cabinteely’s own drive for five went all the way to extra time before they just about prevailed against neighbours Kilmacud Crokes to remain the county queens at Parnell Park.

Gavin shines a light on Dublin’s blue diversity

DUBLIN senior men’s football manager Jim Gavin praised his sides character and attitude as 16,000 fans gathered in Merrion Square for Dublin’s double All-Ireland Senior Football winning celebrations on Sunday at the official homecoming organised by Dublin City Council.

Brilliant Boden, Jude’s and Davis advance

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s, St Jude’s and Thomas Davis booked places in the Dublin Senior Football 1 Championship quarter-finals, following last weekend’s final group games.