Friday, June 21, 2019

Kevin’s celebrations come thick and fast

THE celebrations are coming thick and fast for St Kevin’s Boys’ senior side as they followed up their first trophy in AUL football with promotion for the first time to intermediate ball.

Tierney’s dream debut sets up Bohs for EA win

Bohemians have a cup semi-final to look forward to for the second year running after they saw off Cork City to set up an away clash with Dundalk in the final four of the EA Sports Cup.

Malahide masterful at Community festival

THERE was plenty to cheer about from a Fingal perspective at the Lidl All-Ireland Community Games weekend, which drew the crowds and plenty of sunshine to the University of Limerick across Saturday and Sunday last.

Glorious River Valley cup runs keep rolling

River Valley Rangers marked the end of their first season in the Leinster Senior League by lifting the Polikoff Cup following a 2-1 victory over CYM Beechwood on Sunday.

Lucan dreaming of Rovers in FAI Cup

LUCAN United are dreaming of an FAI Senior Cup clash with partner club Shamrock Rovers after seeing off Limerick side Aisling Annacotty 3-1 on Sunday.

Nicole Grounded for Bloom in the Park

NICOLE Owens says it’s important to talk about mental health, with the Dublin Ladies Footballer having gone through tough times with depression and panic attacks affecting her daily life.

Deansrath and Lucan’s Community Heroes

DEANSRATH and Lucan competitors represented Dublin with pride at the Aldi All-Ireland Community Games weekend in ideal conditions at the University of Limerick on Saturday and Sunday last.

Rovers pop Cork to keep pace at top with Dundalk

SHAMROCK Rovers remain neck-and-neck with Dundalk at the top of the Premier Division following a routine 2-0 win over Cork City at Tallaght Stadium.

Vincent’s victorious

ST VINCENT’S produced a series of stunning comebacks to win Division 2 of the DLGFA football Feile last weekend, crowning it with a 1-5 to 1-1 final win over Na Fianna.

Clontarf feel the Feile fever

CLONTARF Under 14 Ladies Footballers are Connacht bound next month for the All-Ireland Féile Peil na nÓg, after an Emma Connolly hat-trick helped them to take AIG Dublin Division 1 honours at St. Peregrines GAA Club on Sunday.