ST MOCHTA’S came out on top of an eight goal thriller after they defeated Crumlin United 5-3 to get back to winning ways and keep the pressure on the teams above them in the LSL Sunday Senior.
CASTLEKNOCK’S Graham Hannigan emphasised the importance of the early season Dub Stars and O’Byrne Cup games in the coming weeks, describing himself as “in the shop window” for Jim Gavin’s Dublin side.
Declan Patton will take the Castleknock senior football manager’s reins, taking over from Lar Norton who stepped down after a stunning 2016
ERIN GO BRAGH are looking for a nursery sponsor as their fast-growing section for 4-7 year olds expands to encompass all five local primary schools in early 2017.
NAC swim club produced a string of top performances at the Irish short course swimming championship in Lisburn last weekend with a series of medals coming back to Dublin 15.
ST BRIGID’S intermediate hurlers added to a hugely positive two weeks for the hurling fraternity in Russell Park as they claimed promotion to AHL3 for 2017.
CLONLIFFE Harrier David Flynn has his eyes on one-upping last year’s role as an alternate on the Irish team for the European Cross Country Championship as he aims for a top six position in Abbotstown this weekend at the Irish championships.
ST PEREGRINE’S reached the final of AHL Division 3 after a comprehensive 5-17 to 1-13 playoff win over Kevin’s at Blakestown last weekend, keeping up hopes they can grab promotion to the senior league ranks.
MICK BYRNE, chairman of Castleknock GAA’s adult section, has talked of his pride in the side that finally bowed out of what was by...
CHARLIE Spillane – chairman of fast-rising west Dublin GAA club Castleknock – has spoken of his pride in the side after they won their first ever county football semi-final, to book a matchup with St Vincent’s for the county title on November 5.