Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Brigid’s just about survive AFL1 drop

A Donnacha Ryan point two minutes into time-added-on ensured top flight league football for St Brigid’s following a tense, low-scoring AFL Division 1 relegation play-off against St Oliver Plunkett’s Eoghan Ruadh at a windy Somerton Park.

Heroic Healy adds yet another historic title

NOELLE Healy was on cloud-nine with her Mourneabbey colleagues as she added club All-Ireland glory to Dublin’s three county titles in success.

Monkstown’s teenage sensation wins Irish title

Nutgrove boxer Sean Mari has set his sights on the 2024 Olympics in Paris after claiming his first senior national elite title on Saturday night.

Templeogue back in business

Griffith College Templeogue scooped up a decisive road victory on Saturday evening, taking a 64-87 point win over Pyrobel Killester in Dublin.

Brilliant Boden into Leinster final

CLINICAL Ballyboden St. Enda’s led throughout, as they booked their place in the AIB Leinster Club SFC Final, following an 11-point semi-final win over Garrycastle at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar on Sunday.

Vaughan thankful for 16 sweet years of senior

MARK VAUGHAN believes he’s played his last Senior club game with Kilmacud Crokes, but he hasn’t ruled out lining out for one of their many other adult teams in the future.

Record crowd for Meteoric show

Trinity Meteors won out in thrilling fashion over the unbeaten Ulster University in Dublin on Sunday, 91-82 in national league Division One.

Lucan storm to U-21 glory

LUCAN SARSFIELDS blocked Na Fianna’s four-in-a-row Dublin Under 21 A hurling championship ambitions, after an impressive final win at Russell Park’s all-weather pitch on Tuesday night.

Kilnamanagh eye potential lucrative day out in FAI Cup

Kilnamanagh manager Keith Foy has his eyes fixed on promotion to LSL Sunday Senior and a plum FAI Cup draw after his side sealed their place in the last 16 of the FAI Intermediate Cup.

Formula Female’s true Spirit

Racing enthusiasts flocked to County Meath on 13 October for the annual Spirit of Dunboyne Motorsport Festival. Among the crowd, a unique group of females showcased their driving skills.