Sunday, June 16, 2019

Crokes U-21s cap year with big win

KILMACUD Crokes’ footballers ended the year in style by claiming the Dublin Under-21 A Football Championship over St Vincent’s last Sunday in Alfie Byrne Road.

Crangle finally lands All-Ireland pitch and putt

John-Ross Crangle has become the All Ireland pitch and putt champion, after winning the final in the Tipperary foothills earlier this month, as he...

Cabo’s social media Link nets big plaudits in Sligo

WINNING the SSE Airtricity First Division may be beyond them in their debut season but Cabinteely FC have bagged a mid-season trophy with the help of The Link Marketing.

Leicester trio make their mark for Irish Under-17s

It was a proud week for Leicester Celtic when three former schoolboy players were named in the Ireland Under-17 squad for the friendly double-header...

Blind golf a perfect fit for brilliant Brill

CAROL Brill, who suffers from a rare eyesight and hearing-affecting genetic disorder, Usher syndrome, is set to be the first Irish woman to compete in the Italian Blind Golf Open in Milan this coming October.

McEntee says Boden need to finish strong

BALLYBODEN manager Andy McEntee feels his side will have to improve the finishing ability they displayed in their extra-time semi-final win over Clonmel Commercials in order to beat Castebar Mitchells in the All-Ireland Football Club Championship final on St Patrick’s Day.

Rockets taking flight

THREE Rock Rovers will host Ireland’s first ParaHockey games on Saturday afternoon as their Rockets welcome the Monkstown Strikers and the Railway Union Railblazers...

Cuala line up Crokes

CUALA begin their defence as Dublin senior hurling champions with a potentially decisive opening fixture versus Kilmacud Crokes, a local rival and one of their key challengers for the title.

Calm Crokes carry on as O’Rorke in top form

OISIN O’Rorke’s accuracy was once again a key factor as he struck 1-11 Kilmacud Crokes defeated O’Toole’s in Sunday’s opening Dublin SHC semi-final at Parnell Park.

Joeys and Cabo in green

ST JOSEPH’s Boys Max Murphy and Callum Thompson and Cabinteely’s Jason Knight were part of the Republic of Ireland Under-15 panel that produced an impressive 5-2 win over the Czech Republic in the first of two games.