Friday, June 21, 2019

Leinster title still a big draw for Brogan

BERNARD Brogan says another Leinster success would be hugely important for Dublin as, along with aiming for five All-Ireland titles in-a-row, they seek their ninth provincial crown in succession this Summer.

O’Connor tailoring Dubs well-being

DUBLIN ladies football legend Cliodhna O’Connor is on the hunt to get the county’s senior hurlers moving in the right direction in her new role as the team’s athletic development coach.

Green Army’s Anna hails steadying hand

Anna O’Flanagan says interim coach Gareth Grundie’s calm, composed demeanour will complement the Irish women's hockey team's exuberant outlook for the FIH Series Finals in Banbridge next week.

Crumlin too hot for Cole’ in Lanigan Cup decider

CRUMLIN United relinquished their Saturday Major crown but they managed to get their hands on some silverware as they lifted the Lanigan Cup with a 3-2 victory over Colepark United.

Ranelagh, Santry and Marino shine in Limerick festival

RANELAGH, Santry and Marino-Fairview competitors represented Dublin with pride at the Aldi All-Ireland Community Games weekend at the University of Limerick on Saturday and Sunday last.

CUS’s O’Halloran’s hat trick heroics

CUS bowler David O’Halloran produced a remarkable hat-trick amid a five wicket haul in the Leinster School’s Senior Cup final to take the laurels by 105 runs ahead of Blackrock College.

Kevin’s celebrations come thick and fast

THE celebrations are coming thick and fast for St Kevin’s Boys’ senior side as they followed up their first trophy in AUL football with promotion for the first time to intermediate ball.

Tierney’s dream debut sets up Bohs for EA win

Bohemians have a cup semi-final to look forward to for the second year running after they saw off Cork City to set up an away clash with Dundalk in the final four of the EA Sports Cup.

Nicole Grounded for Bloom in the Park

NICOLE Owens says it’s important to talk about mental health, with the Dublin Ladies Footballer having gone through tough times with depression and panic attacks affecting her daily life.

Vincent’s victorious

ST VINCENT’S produced a series of stunning comebacks to win Division 2 of the DLGFA football Feile last weekend, crowning it with a 1-5 to 1-1 final win over Na Fianna.