Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Ice man Turner turns up heat for Channel record

ICE swimmer Conor Turner took on a new challenge earlier this month, as part of the first team ever to swim from the Isle...

Dubs’ strong start undone by Galway

A tough 10-minute spell in the first put paid to an impressive showing from Dublin at a toasty Parnells as they succumbed to Galway...

Banya sets DDSL soaring

ST KEVIN’S Boys star Roland Banya found the back of the net to help the DDSL side walk away from the University of Limerick as Kennedy Cup champions for the 31st time.

Celtic’s unbreakable Bond

OLIVER Bond Celtic manager Eddie Keogh says their Frank Roe Cup victory last weekend has given their while community a huge boost in just...

Collins Junior looking to forge own route in the fight game

CASTLEKNOCK native Steve Collins Jr, son of former two weight world champion Steve Collins, is set to take on Paddy McDonagh for the vacant...

Rutledge holds nerve to keep Kilmacud Crokes flying high

KILMACUD Crokes claimed their second successive win of the Dublin ladies senior football championship as they got the best of Fingallians in Swords, 1-15...
Crumlin celebrate their Charile Cahill Cup success

Crumlin in seventh Cahill Cup heaven

Crumlin United won the Charlie Cahill Cup for the seventh time in their history after an impressive 3-1 win over Bluebell United following a clash...
Przemek Kasperkiewicz of An Post Chain Reaction celebrates winning stage eight.

Skerries lights up again for stunning Ras finish

JLT Condor's James Gullen claimed the An Post Ras 2017 honours in Skerries last Sunday as he produced a week of consistent finishes to land...
Members of the Ryoshin Fight Team

Ballyfermot’s Ryoshin club open for all for the love of it

Ballyfermot's Ryoshin mixed martial arts club is pushing its community-driven, “for everyone” agenda by adding an affordable Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition to its training...

Vincent’s experience tells in five in-a-row

NAOMH Uinsionn clinched their fifth league title in a row when they won the Senior Premier Division crown with a comfortable eight-point win over...

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