Saturday, November 23, 2019

Bells get set for Athlone

United will face First Division side in the second round of the FAI Senior Cup, with manager Newman well aware of opponent’s strengths

Glenville’s destiny awaits

Palmerstown side set to face Limerick after FAI Senior Cup draw gives them a date with the potential to be as lucrative as their 2010 Bohs encounter

Fingal hail local heroes

Hurlers take Division 3A title again and gain promotion, and aim for success at 2B level as well as a return to Nicky Rackard action next year

Roganstown’s big weekend

Golf: Local club welcomes international youth stars

Foxes take Feile title with flourish

FOXROCK Cabinteely claimed their third Division One Dublin Feile success in the past eight years last Sunday

Collins’ licence to thrill

Steve Collins has moved a step closer to a potential bout with Roy Jones Junior after he was cleared to make a return to the ring

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