Thursday, August 22, 2019

Phadraig take Leinster

Lucan school win back-to-back first years’ provincial title and target Dublin and All Ireland championships in attempt to emulate predecessors

Round Tower’s historic opening

Clondalkin club welcome Dublin and Galway senior footballers to their new Monastery Road venue to celebrate a new era in the village

Hermes eye play-off place

Hockey: Local side give themselves chance in league

St Brigid’s starlets claim Feile Div 2 title

Football: Russell Park girls shut out Scoil to claim title

Lucan left short by capital grants

THE Lucan Football Association – a collective effort of Lucan United, Esker Celtic, Ballyowen Celtic, Beechpark and Arthur Griffith Park – were left frustrated by their unsuccessful application for a Sports Capital Grant.

Round Tower’s new field of dreams

JOHN Whelan, head of the financial committee for Round Tower GAA club, announced his delight at the sports capital grant decision to allocate €178,000 to the Clondalkin club

Big SFAI wins for Corduff

CONTINUING a fantastic year for the club, Corduff has negotiated two of its schoolboy teams into the final 32 draw of the All-Ireland Cup

St Brigid’s celebrates 80th anniversary

ST BRIGID’S celebrated 80 years in style last week as club chairman Billy Quane welcomed back all of the former presidents, chairpersons and secretaries of the club

Monkstown LTC land big grant boost

MONKSTOWN Lawn Tennis Club’s president Pat Cowley said the club was “delighted” to hear it had been allocated €25,000 as part of the Sports Capital Grant scheme

Marlay Park lands new facilities grant

LOCAL sports clubs around Marlay Park area are set for a huge boost after three separate Sports Capital Grants were secured for the area