Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Clonliffe, Raheny, Crusaders and Donore all shine at nationals

CLONLIFFE Harriers, Raheny Shamrock, Crusaders and Donore Harriers all took home national championship titles from the annual senior championships at Morton Stadium last weekend.

Morton Mile’s magical allure

SPEED, agility and endurance: The qualities needed to be a top-class international athlete. On Wednesday, August 21, Dublin City will witness the excitement and spectacle of world class track and field athletes up close and personal.

Archer produces yet another masterclass in semi-final victory

DUBLIN’S Under-20 footballers will contest their first ever Eirgrid All-Ireland Championship final this Saturday, when they take on Cork at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise (4pm).

Annalise Murphy getting Tingles for the Tokyo Olympics

Rio Olympics silver medallist Annalise Murphy is set for a new challenge, having swapped the individual Laser Radial class, to team up with Katie Tingle in a 49erFX with the duo currently on the qualification path for Tokyo 2020.

Archer arrows home hat-trick in Leinster U-20 final romp

ST MAURS Clubman Ciaran Archer bagged 3-8, as Dublin claimed their first Eirgrid Leinster Under-20 title thanks to a strong final quarter in Bord na Mona O’Connor Park, Tullamore on Friday night.

Super Shels show no sign of rust in National League Cup final

Shelbourne picked up the first silverware of the 2019 season as they saw off Wexford Youths in the final of the Women’s National League Cup on Sunday afternoon.

Connolly potentially back in mix for Rossies

DIARMUID Connolly may feature in the Dublin squad for this weekend’s Super 8’s clash against Roscommon on Saturday in Croke Park (7pm).

Dublin half-dozen to take on world champs

SEVEN Dubliners propelled the Irish side to the 2019 European Ultimate Frisbee Championships gold following a remarkable set of performances in Hungary.

Bangor and Greenhills join forces for new super club

Bangor Celtic and Greenhills/Greenpark will join forces in the coming season to form a new superclub with three Leinster Senior Clubs competing at senior level.

Crumlin revenge mission in FAI Cup against Malahide

CRUMLIN United captain Thomas Hyland has revenge on his mind after the LSL Sunday Senior champions were paired with Malahide United in the draw for the first round of the FAI Cup.