Saturday, April 20, 2019

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...

Crokes calling all Ireland

The 42nd annual Kilmacud sevens once again has an unprecedented uptake, with 32 teams from 16 counties and beyond converging for event

Pairc ui Murchu back after major makeover

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s celebrating the official re-opening of Pairc Ui Mhurchu last Saturday with a jam-packed day of activities. As part of the work done...

Crokes stunned as Longford side become legends

AIB LEINSTER SENIOR CLUB FOOTBALL FINAL St. Columba’s Mullinalaghta (Longford) 1-8 Kilmacud Crokes 1-6 Kilmacud Crokes were stunned by rural Longford club St Columba’s of Mullinalaghta in...

Meteors pull out of drop zone

Basketball: local side climb clear of bottom berth

Rovers end Bann’s run in EY league

THREE Rock Rovers became the first side to beat Banbridge this season as the Rathfarnham took advantage of an understrength visiting side to Grange Road.

Wesley just two points shy of playoff position

OLD Wesley finished their Ulster Bank Division 1B campaign, coming up just two points short of a victory that would have put us into a promotion play off, falling 24-23 to UL Bohemians.

Wasteful Waves made to wait for WNL win

UCD Waves were denied a first league victory in two months as Cork City’s Katie McCarthy struck late to cancel out Leanne Payne’s second-half...

DSDAC blitz Antrim meet

IF 2017 continues for Dundrum South Dublin AC as it started at the Greenmount International Cross Country Meeting in Antrim on Saturday, the club are in for a spectacular year.

Crokes stars to fore in curtain-raiser

KILMACUD CROKES stars Oisin O’Rorke and Ross O’Carroll were among the stand-out stars in the Dub Stars hurling on New Year’s Day, among those to shine in the annual curtain-raiser at Parnell Park.

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