Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Cabo pay penalty as Bray get rub of green

TWO goals in three second half minutes saw Bray claim victory in the East Coast Derby.

MVP Miltiadis on point for Andrew’s

A SURGE late in the third quarter was ultimately what put St Andrew’s College, Booterstown, on the road to Under-19 B All-Ireland Schools League glory.

Stynes kicks Wesley to big jump in AIL1B

OLD WESLEY made a big jump up the AIL Division 1A table, landing the spoils on the road at Ballynahnich to go into second spot.

UCD suffer tough loss in Derry on LOI return

DERRY City was always going to be a tough order for UCD on their return to the top flight, and so is transpired with a 3-0 defeat on the road on the opening day.

Ballybrack Ice queen defies the cold for a sixth time

BALLYBRACK woman Claire Ryan completed an unprecedented six “Ice Miles” at the 7th Eastern Bay Invitational International Ice Mile Event held at Clontarf Baths.

Broadford back in with shot of LSL promotion

BROADFORD Rovers assistant manager Stephen White insists promotion is within his team’s grasp – despite winning just one of their first nine games.

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.

Rockford’s Connelly hitting the high notes

THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD Rockford Manor student Laura Connelly is relatively new to volleyball, but having first taken to the court just over a year ago, she’s already part of the Irish national under-16 set up.

Lawrie’s Spawell dream

THE Spawell Golf Centre and Driving Range in Templeogue reopened last Friday under the new management of former tour professional, Peter Lawrie.

Three Rock earn yet another Euro indoor ticket

A DOUBLE each from Luke Madeley, Ross Canning and Ben Walker saw Three Rock Rovers retain the men’s National Indoor Trophy for a third successive year, beating Railway Union 6-1 at the Antrim Forum.

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