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Crokes closing in on SHC knockout berth

KILMACUD CROKES took a step towards what’s become the customary latter stages of the Dublin SHC with a very comfortable win over O’Toole’s at Parnell Park.

Trojans effort yields 17 new club records

TROJANS Swimming Club enjoyed a sensational week at the Irish Open Swimming Championships, setting 17 new club records and bringing home medals for both Grace Hodgins and Ethan Hansen.

Devlin content as Cabo young guns test Bohemians

PAT Devlin was thrilled with the performance of his Cabinteely side despite ultimately succumbing to a 2-1 defeat in their EA Sports Cup second round tie at Dalymount Park.

Slattery at 70 celebrated in perfect style

BLACKROCK College RFC hosted a star-studded 70th birthday tribute dinner for Fergus Slattery with the Concert Hall at the RDS providing the perfect setting for 430 family, friends, former teammates and special guests.

Irish hopes for Tokyo 2020 boosted as Sailing HQ opens in Dun Laoghaire.

Ireland’s hopes of delivering medals at the Tokyo Olympics have received a major boost with the official opening of the Irish Sailing...

Preston on board for Trojan work

Less than two months into his relocation to Ireland to take up a post at Trojan Swimming Club, experienced coach Jonathan Preston sees huge potential in Irish swimming and the chance to make a real impact.

McAfee plots big upset

Sallynoggin fighter Stephen McAfee will realise a dream of competing for an Irish title when he takes on Eric Donovan for the vacant featherweight title on March 30 at the National Stadium.

Healy’s super six ends perfect schools record

Sarah Healy (Holy Child Killiney) and Efrem Gidey (Le Cheile Tyrellstown) showed their class to retain their titles at the Irish Life Health All Ireland Schools Cross Country Championships in the picturesque setting of Clongowes Wood College last Saturday.

Mari’s eyes remain on 2024 Olympic prize

MONKSTOWN Boxing Club’s Sean Mari came up just short in his first title at a National Elite title but his trajectory is only going upward according to coach Pauly Kinsella.

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.