Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Hoey goes through Hell and Back for Ireland

NEIL HOEY is a star of the Ireland international and Bohemians amputee football teams, both of whom had a big 2018.

Walking football’s Festival fever

WALKING football remains a minority pursuit in Ireland but a growing number of people are finding the modified form of the game the perfect way to stay fit and happy and to forge friendships.

Coolmine roots crucial for stars Lee and Farrell

IT’S been a proud few weeks for Coolmine RFC as the Ashbrook club have seen their first Olympian followed up by their...

Clohisey a popular Raheny 5 winner

MICK Clohisey proved a popular home winner of the AXA Raheny 5 mile as he landed the 2019 edition with a dramatic turn of pace over the final 500 metres.

Valenzuela and Miah set up stunning Le Cheile victory

LE CHEILE, Tyrrelstown won an Under-16 C Boys Subway Schools Cup final thriller at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght as Mount St Michael battled right down to the wire.

Glebe’s Gary’s 90-minute challenge for his charges

GLEBE North manager Gary McCormack challenged his team to perform for 90 minutes as they face into a hectic fixture schedule beginning with their FAI Intermediate Cup tie in Midleton on Saturday.

Three Rock earn yet another Euro indoor ticket

A DOUBLE each from Luke Madeley, Ross Canning and Ben Walker saw Three Rock Rovers retain the men’s National Indoor Trophy for a third successive year, beating Railway Union 6-1 at the Antrim Forum.

UCD Marian endure cup pain once again

UCD MARIAN endured men’s Hula Hoops National Cup final pain for the second successive season as Pyrobel Killester nicked the title ended their own nine-year drought in a battle that came down to a frantic final few seconds.

Liffey Celtics soak up first ever National Cup

COURTYARD Liffey Celtics are the women’s Paudie O’Connor National Cup Champions for 2019 thanks to a 91-66 win over Singleton SuperValu Brunell at the National Basketball Arena, landing the honour for the first time.

Lions roar tamed by Neptune stars

DUBLIN Lions’ first national cup final saw them come unstuck at the hands of an outstanding Neptune side in the men’s Under-20 decider last weekend at the National Basketball Arena.

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