Monday, March 18, 2019
Home Sport South Dublin Sport

South Dublin Sport

South Dublin Sport

Ballyboden are All-Ireland kings

DUNDRUM: St Enda’s hurlers claim national title in Limerick

Olympic hero Darling goes forth into Irish retirement

SANDYFORD man Mitch Darling has announced his retirement from the men’s international hockey team following a glittering career, highlighted by a European bronze medal and being part of both the ground-breaking Olympic and World Cup squads.

Kirwan goals inspire Boden

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s were held scoreless for the entire second half, not even recording a wide, but still managed to hold off Kilmacud Crokes to claim the Dublin Senior 3 camogie championship title.

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...

Southsiders rule Leinster

SOUTH Dublin athletes were in superb form at the the Leinster Schools Track & Field Championships in Santry on Saturday featured many gold medal...

Wallace Cabo’s latest addition

ANOTHER new face has walked through the door at Stradbrook after Cabinteely announced the appointment of former Athlone Town manager Eddie Wallace as the club’s head of recruitment this week.

Eves claims CC title after Kenya trip

African training break sets Dundrum South Dublin athlete on track for Leinster title at Dunboyne meet while other club stars shine in events across city

Healy’s super six ends perfect schools record

Sarah Healy (Holy Child Killiney) and Efrem Gidey (Le Cheile Tyrellstown) showed their class to retain their titles at the Irish Life Health All Ireland Schools Cross Country Championships in the picturesque setting of Clongowes Wood College last Saturday.
Stephen McAfee

McAfee on the brink of national challenge after latest win

Sallynoggin's Stephen McAfee’s rapid progress into Irish boxing’s pro ranks continued late last month, as he defeated Colin O’Donovan at the second time of...

Cuala’s Kerry warrior

LEAVING his native Abbeydorney club to join Dublin club Cuala this year was not a decision that Darragh O’Connell took lightly but, despite some heavy soul-searching, it has really paid off.

Dublin Weather

broken clouds
8.4 ° C
10 °
7 °
87 %
75 %
10 °
12 °
11 °
11 °
10 °