LAST Saturday proved a day to remember for Clontarf Rugby Club as the Bulls officially opened their new state-of-the-art 4G pitch and the senior side retained their lead at the top of the Ulster Bank League Division 1A.
A LOT of people, certainly a lot of St Patrick’s Athletic fans anyway, would have told you Chris Forrester would settle quite well in England when his move to Peterborough United was announced at the end of August.
ST OLIVER Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh and Dublin star Bernard Brogan added to his ever-growing list of achievements last week when he was announced as captain of the Ireland International Rules side.
CLONTARF cruised into the last four of the Dublin senior football championship thanks to a convincing 0-19 to 0-7 win over St Anne’s on Saturday.
RTE rugby writer TADHG PEAVOY believes a World Cup quarter-final victory for Ireland against Argentina could be a huge catalyst in unifying the sporting public on these shores
MARINO College’s Dylan Grimes was one of nine Dubliners who played their part for the Leinster Schools team that retained the interprovincial honours in fine style as they snatched victory at the death to take the title from Munster on goal difference.
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.
LESS than 24 hours after guiding Dublin to a third All-Ireland title in five years and his second as Dublin manager, Jim Gavin heaped praise on the structure of Gaelic Games in the capital.
ONE of the world’s most iconic sporting stadiums will host our own iconic sport this November after it was announced the Dublin Senior Hurlers will face Galway in Fenway Park.
GREGORY McGonigle hailed the influence of the bench as the Dublin ladies Gaelic footballers saw off Armagh 2-16 to 2-5 last Saturday in Parnell Park to reach the All-Ireland senior championship final for the second consecutive year.