Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Swans Cull Magpie hopes

TERENURE-based South Dublin Swans have qualified to play Leeside Lions in the 2017 Australian Rules Football League of Ireland men’s Grand Final after a...

Boylan ready to take on the Worlds

ORWELL Wheelers rider Lydia Boylan is set to make history in Paris as part of the first Irish women’s track pursuit team to take part in the UCI World Track Cycling Championships following an incredible baptism to the discipline in the last six months.

De La Salle named top school for 2018

De La Salle Churchtown were honoured as the Badminton Ireland School of the Year following an exceptional year in their long history in the...

Wayside wonders win U-13A

WAYSIDE Celtic’s Under-13A side finally got their hands on the league title after beating Ballyoulster United 4-1 in a play-off decider.

Roses await FAI ruling

Rosemount Mulvey won their biggest post-reformation game as the Dundrum side left it late to defeat Dunboyne AFC 2-0 in Meath to reach the last 32 of the FAI Junior Cup.
The Castle GC

Castle the Senior kings

DUNDRUM: Golf: Local club celebrate first cup win in 99 years

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.

Inspirational Mannion fires Kilmacud to SFC

Paul Mannion was the star as Kilmacud Crokes brought a first Dublin senior football title since 2010 back to Stillorgan on Monday night, the...

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.

Ballyboden hoping for good start

St Enda's manager McEntee says focus key for championship progress

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