FROM three to two, to one, Round Tower’s minor footballers will play in the top tier next season after claiming Division 2 honours in front of a huge crowd of supporters in the Community Centre.
Bangor Celtic and Greenhills/Greenpark will join forces in the coming season to form a new superclub with three Leinster Senior Clubs competing at senior level.
TROJAN Swimming Club produced their best results from Swim Ireland Division Two Championships in many years.
Stephen Bradley says the ‘favourites’ tag won’t affect his Shamrock Rovers side as they head into the home leg of their Europa League qualifier with Norwegian side SK Brann.
MONKSTOWN Boxing Club enjoyed another hugely successful edition of the annual Monkstown International Box Cup with 500 boxers arriving from 11 different countries around the world.
CRUMLIN United captain Thomas Hyland has revenge on his mind after the LSL Sunday Senior champions were paired with Malahide United in the draw for the first round of the FAI Cup.
LUCAN United’s first appearance in the FAI Cup in seven years had thrown up a home tie with fellow Leinster Senior League side Killester Donnycarney.
RAHENY Shamrock, Clonliffe Harriers and Donore Harriers were all among the medals at the national Under-23 and Junior championships last weekend in Tullamore.
Rosemount Mulvey’s dramatic rebirth continues as the Dundrum club plan to continue their expansion into youth football in the coming months.
IT WAS double celebration for Castleknock Celtic as their Under-16 Premier and B teams won through to their respective cup finals recently, played in the picturesque setting of Frank Cox Park in Rathcoole with the Dublin mountains as the backdrop.