THE 2016 League of Ireland campaign gets underway this Friday with both divisions offering intricate narratives on top of the thrilling prospects of champions, promotions, European adventures as well as harrowing relegation battles.
HAVING already sold a substantial 50,000 tickets, with the promise of a 3,500-participant Easter Rising centenary event and the small matter of two league finals to play out, the finale of this year’s early-season GAA action is arguably the best prospect it has been in years.
Connolly contribution helps Marino men edge over the line ahead of 14-man Ballymun Kickhams, setting up final date with Castleknock
ST VINCENT’S took home their third Leinster title in four years - and record-equalling seventh overall – last Sunday in Portlaoise, writes Paddy Hewson, but didn’t have things all their own way as rural Offaly side Rhode put up a huge fight.
Dundrum South Dublin man becomes first Irish sprinter to medal at world athletics masters championships since 2010 despite only taking up athletics when he was in his early 50s
SHERIFF YC outclassed Limerick District League champions Janesboro 4-1 at Tolka Rovers’ Frank Cooke Park last Sunday to book a fourth FAI Junior Cup Final appearance in five years.
Athletics: Locals lead the field at Leinster championships
Ladies football Dub Stars match returns after hiatus on December 28 and team to face Dublin senior side features best club players of 2014
DUBLIN senior ladies manager Greg McGonigle took a pragmatic view on All-Ireland defeat, as he saw his side narrowly succumb to a confident Cork side in Croke Park on Sunday. McGonigle spoke of the fine margins.
DESSIE Farrell’s Dublin Under-21s etched themselves a unique piece of history as their 2-13 to 2-7 defeat of Galway at Tullamore’s O’Connor Park was...