Sunday, October 13, 2019

Brogan to discuss Dubs’ football future this week

BERNARD Brogan told Dublin supporters he is set to sit down this week with manager Jim Gavin to ponder his future, as 16,000 Dubs fans gathered in Merrion Square for the official homecoming celebrations by Dublin City Council on Sunday afternoon.

Will Fleury to take out frustration at Bellator showdown

Phibsboro-based middleweight Will Fleury hopes he gets the recognition he deserves should he see off England’s Norbert Novenyi Jr at Bellator 227...

Vins and Craobh storm into semis

St Vincent’s and Craobh Chiarain booked their place in the senior A hurling championship semi-finals, but Na Fianna failed to join them...

Magnificent McDonnell snatches Clanns inter title

Words by Daire Walsh A late two-point salvo from the magnificent Rebecca McDonnell helped Clanna Gael Fontenoy to...

Westbrooks’ welcome back

PYROBEL Killester ground out a hard-earned 83-75 point win on the road to neighbours, DCU Saints on the opening night of the...

McCaffrey hails incredible Dubs’ glory

JACK McCaffrey says winning another men’s All-Ireland title is “incredible” after the Clontarf clubman earned his fifth All-Ireland senior football medal, following Saturday’s final replay win over Kerry at Croke Park.

Double dreamland

DUBLIN Ladies Footballers delivered their third TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship title on a tough afternoon weather wise, in front of a record breaking 56,114 crowd on Sunday at Croke Park.

Gavin’s heroic Dubs rewrite history books

EOIN Murchan’s goal provided the springboard as Dublin’s Mens Footballers delivered a historic fifth All-Ireland Senior Championship title in-a-row, at the second attempt, in Saturday’s final replay at a packed Croke Park.

Shelbourne back in the big time with fiery success in Drogheda

Shelbourne sealed promotion to the top flight following a six-year hiatus as they beat Drogheda United 3-1 to seal the First Division title.

Bohan aims to keep incredible streak rolling

DUBLIN manager Mick Bohan says his side have no fresh injury worries ahead of Sunday’s TG4 All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Final against Galway at Croke Park (4pm).