Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Hanney buzzing to get back into action

EAST Wall’s Jake Hanney lost a controversial decision last month on his long-awaited return to the ring - and he wants a rematch and revenge.

Gypsies maintain hoodoo over Rovers

Bohemians secured the Dublin Derby bragging rights once more as they cut the gap to league leaders Shamrock Rovers to five points with a game in hand as they won 1-0 in Tallaght.

Purcell cleans up in magical Mondello run

HARMONSTOWN’S Owen Purcell produced a series of great drives at the Keelan Construction Fiesta Zetec Championship at Mondello Park.

Collinstown create yet another piece of history

Collinstown added another chapter to their growing reputation as cup giantkillers as they saw of St Mochta’s away from home to reach the first round of the FAI Cup for the first time ever.

Duggan’s delight in Peas win

A RARE goal from former Republic of Ireland international midfielder Karen Duggan capped a dominant display from Peamount United as they made it five wins from five to stay top of the Só Hotels Women’s National League

Blaney in as Blackrock new boss for next term

BLACKROCK College RFC have appointed former Terenure AIL Coach and Leinster, Munster and Ireland A player, James Blaney as the head coach of the men’s All-Ireland League team for the coming season.

Crokes closing in on SHC knockout berth

KILMACUD CROKES took a step towards what’s become the customary latter stages of the Dublin SHC with a very comfortable win over O’Toole’s at Parnell Park.

Malahide too good for Skerries in AIL playoff

MALAHIDE RFC are one win away from a place in Division 2B of the All-Ireland League following their impressive away win over near neighbours Skerries 34-22 in their promotion/relegation playoff tussle at Holmpatrick.

Balbriggan cause shock as Malahide and Hills also win

BALBRIGGAN produced the shock on the first full day of the Leinster cricket season as they beat a fancied Clontarf side by 32 runs in the new IBI Corporate Finance Senior League Cup.

Four star Dubs start MFC in style

A solid second half display helped Dublin Minor Footballers get their Electric Ireland Leinster MFC off to a cracking start, in a highly entertaining contest at Parnell Park on Tuesday night.

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