Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire Sport, South Dublin Sport,

Mick beyond self doubt

Cuala man says that the ups and downs of his recent years with Dublin’s senior footballers helped him stay true to his game to produce the goods

Hermes destiny delivered

In their final match in current guise, Booterstown club sweep to hockey’s All-Ireland title with breathtaking final win over Pegasus

Kilmacud finally land Sevens title

KILMACUD Crokes finally won their own tournament as they got the better of Portroe to win the One Direct All-Ireland Hurling Sevens last Saturday...

Saints end on a high

St Andrew’s defeat Wesley once again in All-Ireland schoolboys’ hockey championship in Booterstown to claim fourth national title

Unbeaten run sees Crokes up to third

Kilmacud Crokes kept pace with the leaders of the AFL Division 1 by securing a narrow 1-12 to 1-11 win over Castleknock at Somerton...

Cuala breakthrough with maiden victory

CUALA’S powerful first half performance saw them land the Dublin Junior A Ladies Football Championship title in Swords last Friday night, 3-15 to 3-9. Jennifer...

McAfee to put down Rebel rousing

DECEMBER saw super featherweight warriors Stephen McAfee and Colin O’Donovan fight to a bloodstained stand-still on Celtic Clash 4 at the National Stadium in...

Hermes eye play-off place

Hockey: Local side give themselves chance in league

Foxrock’s Rice hails heroic final victory

A WEEK on from being crowned Dublin senior ladies football champions, Foxrock Cabinteely manager Pat Rice is on a high after his side’s absolutely dominating performance in the final.

Town take on Europe

MONKSTOWN Hockey Club goalkeeper David Fitzgerald says his club side are looking to build on the recent momentum for the sport in Ireland and make a few waves in the Euro Hockey League this weekend in Hamburg.

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