Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Byrne buzzing for new challenge with Shels

Luke Byrne spent the last two years at Shamrock Rovers coaching the Under-15s alongside Damien Duff – but he’s looking forward to getting back out on the playing field with Shelbourne.

Different gravy as Sheriff enjoy Gorey details

SHERIFF YC manager Mark Quigley says his side don’t fear anybody as they prepare to find out their opponents in the quarter-finals of the FAI Junior Cup next week.

Bohs pull out of Irn Bru Cup

BOHEMIANS have reluctantly withdrawn from the Irn-Bru Scottish Challenge Cup following the postponement of Saturday’s quarter-final clash with East Fife.

Lawrie’s Spawell dream

THE Spawell Golf Centre and Driving Range in Templeogue reopened last Friday under the new management of former tour professional, Peter Lawrie.

St Pat’s history at heart of Inchicore

ALMOST 100 people crowded into a function room at Richmond Barracks for a presentation on the early years of St Patrick’s Athletic Football Club.

Wanderers finally land big win over Ballymun

LIFFEY Wanderers manager John Young was delighted to get one over on long-time foes Ballymun United 2-0 on Sunday afternoon.

Jackies off to slow start to title defence

DUBLIN boss Mick Bohan expressed his frustration as they started their National Football League Division One campaign with a low-key defeat to Donegal in Croke Park on an icy cold Saturday evening.

Killester killer instinct to finally land cup glory

PYROBEL Killester overcame UCD Marian in one of the tightest and most enthralling of Hula Hoops National Basketball Cup finals in Tallaght Arena on Saturday night 66-63, ending a nine year drought in a battle that came down to a frantic final few seconds.

Railway end Ards eight year run

RAILWAY Union ended Ards’ incredible run in hockey’s women’s National Indoor Trophy as they ran up a 6-1 final success over the eight in-a-row chasing Ulster side.

Hoey goes through Hell and Back for Ireland

NEIL HOEY is a star of the Ireland international and Bohemians amputee football teams, both of whom had a big 2018.

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