Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Record-breaker Fenton named as the footballer of the year

Brian Fenton was confirmed as the PwC All-Star Footballer of the Year last Friday with the Dublin lynchpin adding to his All Ireland title...

Loreto score huge EYHL win in Belfast

Beaufort's Loreto got the big win of the weekend in the women’s EY Hockey League as they ended Pegasus’s perfect start to the season...

American dreams in the making at NABA

By Declan King As sports academies go in Ireland, the North Atlantic Basketball Academy (NABA) is one of the most successful with 15 of last...

Magical McCormack sparkles for St Pat’s

Saint Patrick’s Athletic secured an impressive double after they lifted the SSE Airtricity National Under-15 League title as they beat Bohemians in the final...

Five-star Clontarf sweep their way to Leinster final glory

Clontarf have been crowned intermediate club champions of Leinster following a comprehensive 14-point victory over Naomh Ciaran of Offaly, played before a large crowd...

Balbriggan boss runs rule over interprovincial series

Republic of Ireland Schools manager William O’Connor will run the rule over 64 players from all four provinces as he prepares to select his...

Boden hold nerve in emotional SHC tie

Ballyboden St Enda’s booked their berth on the Leinster Club SHC semi-final after Tuesday night’s emotional provincial quarter-final encounter with Westmeath champions Clonkill in...

MacDara’s the Dublin Post Primary champs

St MacDara's Community College captured the FAI Post Primary Schools Dublin futsal title with victory over Stillorgan’s St Raphaela’s following a classic final. The decider...

Rosemount firing on all fronts with top teams thriving

Rosemount Mulvey grabbed a double derby victory in a top weekend of football for the Dundrum club who only added their second-string Leinster Senior...

Fox Cab land fantastic fourth title to see off Laois’ Sarsfields

Foxrock Cabinteely produced another spectacular Leinster final performance to see off Laois club Sarsfields in Kinnegad on Sunday afternoon. Captain Amy Ring stood out,...

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