Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Tower’s tall SFC order

ROUND Tower, Clondalkin kick off their senior championship campaign this weekend with a daunting trip to Parnell Park to take on champions St Vincent’s...

Bluebell hit Hide for six to close in on Mochta’s

BLUEBELL United made a big statement as they look to reel in the LSL Sunday Senior leaders St Mochta’s, sweeping to a 6-0 win over Malahide United last weekend.

Celtics’ perfect revenge over Glanmire

COURTYARD Liffey Celtics defied the odds to defeat the all-conquering Ambassador UCC Glanmire 64-54 to become women’s basketball’s Super League playoff champions at Letterkenny IT last weekend.

Whelan magic lands Tower’s Feile glory

ROUND Tower got the better of Man O’War in the AIG Division 4 Feile Final at Lawless Park in Swords on Sunday, as the Clondalkin side’s eye for goal in a contest full of controlled aggression and confident forward proved the key differential.

Celtics eye major Super League revenge mission

COURTYARD Liffey Celtics, meanwhile, set up a repeat of this year’s Hula Hoops National Cup final as they beat DCU Mercy 62-55 in their semi-final to ensure a Super League playoff final against Ambassador UCC Glanmire.

McMahon’s FAI gong

Dublin Bus winger earns Football For All award at the FAI awards night last weekend as manager Sheridan hails how he has gelled at Coldcut

Ryan and Darbey’s Towers’ double act

ROUND Tower got their AHL Division 3 campaign off to a great start with 2-10 to 0-13 win over Naomh Mearnog at Monastery Road.

Galvin goal proves vital in opening win

ROUND Tower’s got their AFL division 2 campaign off to a great start on Sunday as they beat Naomh Mearnog by 1-9 to 0-10 at Monastery Road.

Bell’s deal of the century

BLUEBELL United are celebrating after landing the deal of a lifetime by spending just €10 to purchase a piece of land reported to be worth €450,000.

Ryan’s late salvo eases Clon’s Town Cup nerves

CLONDALKIN overcame a determined Longford side to book their place in the quarter finals of the Leinster Towns Cup with a 34-23 win in Kingswood on Sunday.

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