Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Thunder strike for semi

GCD Swords Thunder stormed into the Hula Hoops National Cup semi-finals for the second time in as many years with an 80-70 win over UCD Marian last Friday night at the ALSAA.

O’Connor looking to make big step forward

Following three wins, with each performance more impressive than the last, Niall O’Connor is now set for a step-up and a big test. The Ballybrack...

Jennings calls time on glittering pro career

SHANE Jennings called time on a glittering career with Leinster and professional rugby at the end of the current season, one that saw him land three Heineken Cups, three Celtic Leagues and an Amlin Cup.

MacGabhann leads home dominant DSDAC victory

JACK MacGabhann was one of the standout performers for Dundrum South Dublin AC at the National Novice and Juvenile Uneven Age Cross Country Championships...

Esker Box Cup success

ESKER Amateur Boxing Club held their extremely successful All Female BoxCup 2015 last weekend with over 130 boxers from the UK and Ireland competing over two days.

Brigid’s crew set for Leinster decider

FOUR St Brigid’s players look set to be involved as Dublin ladies’ senior footballers take on Westmeath in this Sunday’s TG4 Leinster Championship final in Dr Cullen Park.

Brigid’s goals galore as good times roll on

ST BRIGID’S intermediate hurlers added to a hugely positive two weeks for the hurling fraternity in Russell Park as they claimed promotion to AHL3 for 2017.

Old Wesley moving up to Div 1B

THE stage was set, nearest rivals Blackrock had fallen short of a bonus point win, and Old Wesley needed a bonus point win over Seapoint for outright league victory. And sure enough Old Wesley came out of the blocks with all guns blazing

Ballymun Kickhams undone as Crokes off to a flyer

Ballymun Kickhams couldn’t quite live with holders Kilmacud Crokes in a tightly-matched contest on Saturday night at Parnell Park, as the holders...

Clon retain Hosie Cup with superb comeback

CLONDALKIN retained the Leinster North Midlands Hosie Cup with a single point victory over North Kildare in a windswept Kilcock last Saturday.

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