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Dundrum FC twins hat trick heroics

IT’S not that often that siblings score for their club on the same day, let alone grab a hat trick each.

O’Neill calls on student courage for fight

UCD recorded their eighth straight defeat and slipped to the bottom of the Premier Division following back-to-back home losses to Shamrock Rovers and Cork City.

Three Rock Rovers sign off their season in glorious style

Three Rock Rovers completed a truly sensational season as they saw off Lisnagarvey 1-0 in the Irish Senior Cup final at Grange...

Ballinteer St John’s brilliant run up to five wins

Ballinteer St John’s continued their whirlwind start to Division One of the Adult Football League with a convincing 2-16 to 2-8 victory...

Three Rock Rovers win hockey’s biggest prize yet again

THREE Rock Rovers claimed a third successive EY Champions Trophy as they warded off regular season champions Lisnagarvey 2-0 in Sunday’s final, continuing their incredible run of wins in one-off matches.

Stylish Kilmacud Crokes Feile stars retain Division 1

KILMACUD Crokes produced a glorious weekend of free-flowing football, scoring goals for fun to land the Dublin Division One Under-14 football Feile.

Dubliner Delany delighted with pro contracts for cricketers

DUBLINERS Laura Delany, Kim Garth, Mary Waldron, Shauna Kavanagh and Gaby Lewis have all been offered the first professional contracts for Irish women’s cricketers.

Cabo keep breaking records in six game unbeaten series

Cabinteely remain hot on the heels of First Division leaders Longford Town as they scored a second successive league victory of the season over Shelbourne on Friday night at Stradbrook.

Kilmacud through with game to spare in clash against Na Fianna

Pat Burke's fluid attacking play for Kilmacud Crokes has been one of their key assets so far this season, and the former...

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.