Thursday, April 18, 2019

Crokes’ flying start under Bannigan

A 16-POINT win in AFL1 is never a bad way to mark your first game in charge of a new side with new Kilmacud Crokes boss Gabriel Bannigan enjoying that luxury in Chanel last Sunday.

Cabo crowns twelve World Cup champs

Cabinteely Football Club’s annual Mini World Cup competition came to an end at the weekend as 12 teams were named world champions. Martin O’Neill’s squad...

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...

Blackrock roll on against Clongowes

Blackrock College secure the Leinster Schools’ Senior Cup title after a dramatic match which saw them come back to win at the RDS

Devlin and Cabo look forward to rousing seasonal send-off

Cabinteely director of football Pat Devlin is looking for a big crowd for their final home game of the season as they welcome Shelbourne...

Strauss on comeback trail

LEINSTER hooker Richardt Strauss continued his return from knee surgery by playing in Old Wesley’s 35-25 bonus point success at home to Galwegians last Saturday.

DSDAC’s seventh heaven

DUNDRUM South Dublin AC’s road from Santry to south Dublin was virtually paved with gold after the Dublin juvenile and senior cross country championships as they returned with an astonishing seven sets of team gold medals.

Padraig back on top

PADRAIG Harrington drove away with the Honda Classic safely in his clutches last week as he returned to winning ways on the PGA Tour for the first time since 2008.

Boxer Byrning it at both ends

JAY Byrne will add some Dublin flavour to a Belfast boxing card this October. The Loughlinstown novice who thrilled crowds on his professional debut...

Crokes at the double in dual code Feiles

Feile: u-14s secure national, regional titles

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