St Enda’s side signal bright future for football at Pairc Ui Mhurchu with victory in the Dublin championship against Raheny last weekend
BALLINTEER St Johns’s crunch championship clash with Lucan Sarsfields on Saturday afternoon is geared up to be one of the tightest and most tense fixtures of the weekend.
NOT since since 1997 have Kilmacud Crokes won their own FBD All-Ireland football 7s senior title when they beat another Monaghan Team, Castleblaney Faughs.
UCD Waves will aim to claim the Continental Tyres Women’s National League Cup for first time in their history on Sunday, May 15 when they take on Shelbourne Ladies FC at Richmond Park.
Dublin manager says Keaney and Hiney contributions were key to Leinster semi-final success against Wexford for Metropolitans
THREE YEARS after the collapse of their last surviving adult team, Rosemount Mulvey – former FAI Junior Cup finalists from the Windy Arbour area...
KILMACUD Crokes’ footballers ended the year in style by claiming the Dublin Under-21 A Football Championship over St Vincent’s last Sunday in Alfie Byrne Road.
SATURDAY, November 27 will be remembered as a momentous day in the annals of Naomh Olaf as the club’s Merrion Fleet sponsored senior footballers...
BALLINTEER St John’s were crowned Division 3 camogie Feile champions following an exciting contest with Good Counsel at O’Toole Park last Sunday morning.
CORINTHIAN Hockey Club produced an incredible burst of three goals in the closing eight minutes to win the Leinster Senior Mills Cup for the fourth time, stunning Glenanne 5-3 at Grange Road on St Patrick’s Day.