Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Knock, Brigid’s and Plunkett’s advance

CASTLEKNOCK, St Brigid’s and St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh all progressed to the second round of the Dublin senior football championship after close-run battles. Indeed, none...

Lowndes boost for the battle of Blanch

ST PEREGRINES selector Gareth Walsh is in positive mood ahead of the Clonsilla side’s Senior Football Championship opener against local rivals St Brigid’s who...

Castleknock sweep to Feile football double

FEILE success visited Dublin 15 for a second time in as many weeks as Castleknock’s boys clinched the Division 3 football title in Parnell Park with a decisive win over Naomh Mearnog, writes Paddy Hewson.

O’Neill inspires Knock’s D15 Feile final fantasy

CASTLEKNOCK overcame local rivals St Brigid’s to claim the AIG division 2 ladies football Feile title last Sunday on a score line of 4-5 to 3-2.

Five-star Saints bang the Drums

ST MOCHTA’S hold on the Leinster Senior League is looking ever stronger, after the Porterstown club dished out a hammering to struggling Drumcondra at Morton Stadium in Santry on Sunday.

Corduff seal epic four titles in 10 days

CORDUFF reached new heights before the summer season has even started after an extended run in the SFAI All-Ireland competitions and the LFA over 35 provisional competition, racking up four Leinster titles in 10 days.

CCC’s first All-Ireland

Castleknock school produce breathtaking performance in Monaghan to land national senior camogie title with victory over St Patrick’s, Armagh

Kellett strikes Brigid’s to Boland Cup win

ST BRIGID’S senior hurlers claimed the first trophy of the 2017 hurling season on Tuesday evening as they defeated O’Tooles 1-15 to 0-11 under the floodlights in a rainy soaked Russell Park.

Corduff U-12s on fire

Blanch side makes piece of club history with run to SFAI regional final, adding to the Dublin 15 club’s list of potential silverware on the horizon

Duffy’s elite success

Mulhuddart boxer storms to national seniors glory at 57kg at the National Stadium, seeing off reigning champion Moira McElligott on judge’s cards

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