Sunday, June 16, 2019

Monkstown take Leinster boxing crown

Local pugilists awarded Best Club honour at provincial boys, girls and youths championships with one of biggest results in their history

Electrician O’Connor looking to knock out the Stadium lights

AFTER a stand-out win on his debut in September, exciting Ballybrack light welterweight Niall O’Connor will return to the ring on Saturday, December...

Waves to wash over Shels

UCD Waves will aim to claim the Continental Tyres Women’s National League Cup for first time in their history on Sunday, May 15 when they take on Shelbourne Ladies FC at Richmond Park.

Midfield maestro Molly

Kilmacud star charged with taming the twin threats of Rena Buckley and Briege Corkery in one of the key areas in next Sunday’s All-Ireland final

Cuala grab the title in All Ireland replay

Ecstatic Dalkey Club Cuala took the All Ireland Club Hurling Title for the second consecutive year on Saturday, after a late-late show saw off...

Students in seventh EYHL heaven

UCD powered to the EY Hockey League title in typically emphatic style, leaving nothing to chance with a thunderous 7-1 win at Ards. It was...

Finlans win Father and Son

MICHAEL and Stephen Finlan emerged as the 2015 Father and Son All-Ireland golf title at Castle Golf Club, claiming the title for the third time as they ended up ahead of a field of over 500 golfers from more than 100 different clubs.

Cabo’s new horizons

CABINTEELY FC’s admittance in the League of Ireland set-up has been met with some mixed reaction across footballing circles in the country.

Finals come to Three Rock

National league competitions come to a close at Grange Road this weekend

Kinsella hailed by the IABA

MONKSTOWN Boxing Club head coach Paul Kinsella is set to be awarded the highest honour of the Irish Amateur Boxing Association: a lifetime achievement award.