Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Just 13 seconds to conquer the world

13 SECONDS. That is all it took for Dublin’s Conor McGregor to become the undisputed, unified, UFC featherweight champion of the world.

Dublin’s Daly steps down

Senior hurling manager vacates his role after bringing the county side to highest level in half a century, leaving the squad in impressive shape

Killester’s Cherry on top

THE first round of the FAI Senior Cup took place this past week with a number of Dublin non-league sides showing a key interest, especially when it comes to the all-Dublin derby of Killester United versus Cherry Orchard.

Dubs leave it late against Laois in cup

football: meath the destination for semi-final

Kevin’s the SFAI kings

ST KEVIN’S Boys completed a remarkable achievement last weekend by contesting four SFAI All-Ireland finals at Jackson Park, and walking away with all four...

Egan set to swap fists for wheels

FOR most of his life, Kenneth Egan’s obstacles came in the form of two fists. But for the past eight weeks, his challenge has been in the form of two wheels.

St Saviours celebrate a historic milestone

The iconic Dublin boxing club has been responsible for producing champions throughout its lifetime, and last weekend hailed its 50th anniversary with special guests

McGregor’s Diaz date

CONOR McGregor will once again be forced to fight a hastily put together replacement in UFC 196 on Saturday, March 5 after last Tuesday brought the news that his opponent, Rafael dos Anjos, had broken his foot in training and would no longer be able to compete in the event.

Local Outsider stars honoured at awards

Endurance athletes, kitesurfers and mountain bikers from Dublin are among the winners at the recent annual Outsider magazine People Of The Year awards in Smithfield

Brady ready for Royals

Na Fianna star happy to be back in contention as Dublin get ready to face their third consecutive Leinster final against neighbours

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