THE DUBLIN footballers will be looking to land three league titles in a row this Sunday when they take on Cork in the Allianz Leagues National League Division 1 final in Croke Park.
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 KEVIN’S Boys Academy Cup is the certainly the standout tournament of the Easter break in not only Dublin, but probably Europe too as this year’s edition continued the tradition of ability, skill, professionalism, and teamwork at the highest level of schoolboy football.
COLAISTE Iosagain proved irresistible as they stormed to a resounding TESCO Post Primary Schools All-Ireland junior A football title, sweeping away the challenge of Loreto Omagh.
LINDSAY Peat is hoping to make up for lost time in an Irish basketball jersey following her selection as part of a representative side from the women’s national league that travel to Luxembourg in May.
DCU Mercy’s Sarah Woods is looking forward to representing Basketball Ireland’s women’s select team following a superb year with her club.
NEW signing Dean Kelly took just 15 minutes to endear himself to the Bohemians’ faithful as he broke his Bohs’ duck on debut last Saturday on the opening day of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division season.
THIS Friday night, Tallaght stadium will host a Dublin Derby between Shamrock Rovers and St Patrick’s Athletic in what is the standout curtain-raiser in the season’s SSE Airtricity League.
SEAN O’Brien admits that he did not expect to play so much against France last time out but said he is more than ready for England this Sunday in the Aviva Stadium in round three of the 6 Nations.
Shelbourne's new boss Keith Doherty says he is now comfortable in his role as manager of one of the storied clubs in the League of Ireland, one he played for previously