Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Carroll: “Its’ the big one”

COLLINSTOWN FC manager Kevin Carroll is confident his side can come away with victory as they prepare for their biggest game of the season...

Barrog dimissed to set up historic date

ROUND TOWER senior B hurlers have pulled off one of the most important wins in the club’s history, beating Naomh Barrog by a score of 3-12 to 1-8 in their first ever senior county quarter final at Monastery Road last Saturday.

Jim Gavin hails his Dubs’ character

Dublin senior footballers' determination a key factor to All-Ireland run

Round Tower’s new field of dreams

JOHN Whelan, head of the financial committee for Round Tower GAA club, announced his delight at the sports capital grant decision to allocate €178,000 to the Clondalkin club

Tower’s miss out as Davis take chances

Intermediate hurlers lose winning streak at KIiltipper

Clon sweep to Lalor Cup win

Wugby: west Dublin club beat frost and Athy in style

Ormond denied big night

Neilstown fighter laid low by virus ahead of title eliminator but fellow Celtic Warriors pugilist Carroll shines in Prizefighter bout in England

Ormond’s world in motion

BACK home after two wins in America in recent weeks, Stephen “The Rock” Ormond is back in the Celtic Warrior Gym and targeting a World Title in 2016.

Neilstown’s 35th year still only the beginning

The north Clondalkin club held a special anniversary celebration of its boxing legacy recently, and its members and famous sons hailed its place in the community

Bluebell move into fifth

REIGNING champions Bluebell United moved back into the top half of the LSL Sunday Senior table with a 2-1 win over St Pat’s CY last Sunday morning in the Red Cow.

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