Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Vincent’s battle to back-to-back titles

ST VINCENT’S maintained their Dublin senior camogie title on Sunday, overcoming Lucan Sarsfields by 1-8 to 1-5 in a slow-burning finale that improved as it progressed.

O’Rorke and Crokes power past Craobh

CRAOBH CHIARAIN barely had to stumble out of their own training ground to face Kilmacud Crokes at Parnell Park in their Senior Championship hurling quarter final on Friday night.

Putting down the Rebellion

Greg McGonigle’s Dublin ladies footballers will hope they can puncture Cork’s dominance on the All-Ireland stage after 10 wins in 11 seasons

No A&E Tarf agony in double hurling delight

CLONTARF hurling had a fantastic day on Sunday, as they won a double victory, seeing off Kilmacud Crokes to win both a Junior A title and promotion to the intermediate for next year, as well as coming out on top in the Junior E final.

Merrion’s master blasters

Anglesea Road club sweep to second Irish Senior Cup title as Anderson and Joyce fire the batting line-up, backed by Neville and Langford-Smith

Dubs’ Bastick coy on a county swansong

DENIS Bastick admits he is savouring every moment of this season with Dublin, as he remains unsure of his future with the panel beyond the current Championship season.

Sheriff land first blow

John Rock put in an excellent perfomance to help Sheriff YC get their hands on the new season’s first piece of silverware by beating Crumlin

Magical McGinley is July’s star turn

NAOMH Barrog’s Laura McGinley saw off stiff competition from St Brigid’s Ciara Trant to be awarded the New Ireland Assurance Player of the Month award for July following a series of inspirational performances for her club.

Pick n’ mix Europe reaches crisis point

Irish athletics legend Sonia O’Sullivan tells GazetteSport that the recent European athletics championships was more like representing a professional football team than your country

Five-star sky blues outclass Westmeath

DUBLIN showed a relentless streak as they cruised to a fifth successive TG4 Leinster ladies senior football championship crown, demolishing Westmeath by 26 points in a surprisingly one sided provincial decider at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise.