Thursday, September 21, 2017

Pairc ui Murchu back after major makeover

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s celebrating the official re-opening of Pairc Ui Mhurchu last Saturday with a jam-packed day of activities. As part of the work done...

Finlans win Father and Son

MICHAEL and Stephen Finlan emerged as the 2015 Father and Son All-Ireland golf title at Castle Golf Club, claiming the title for the third time as they ended up ahead of a field of over 500 golfers from more than 100 different clubs.

Padraig back on top

PADRAIG Harrington drove away with the Honda Classic safely in his clutches last week as he returned to winning ways on the PGA Tour for the first time since 2008.

DSDAC stars shine at national events

DSDAC’S Brendan O’Neill lost his unbeaten record for this year as he seemed to find the underfoot conditions not to his liking at the...

Swans soar to take fifth title

THE SOUTH Dublin Swans, based in Bushy Park in Terenure, won the 2015 Australian Rules Football League of Ireland (ARFLI) Grand Final after a nail biting final against last year’s champions, the Belfast Redbacks, on Saturday last in Belfast.

Siofra shines in the States

SIOFRA Cleirigh Buttner set a new personal best in Princeton, New Jersey last weekend when winning the 800m in 2.02.37, a time that was quick enough for her to go inside the European B qualification time of 2.02.90.

World at Evans’ feet after Rio win

BALLINTEER’S Scott Evans set himself up for the 2014 badminton World Championships in Copenhagen at the end of August in the best possible fashion...

Blind golf a perfect fit for brilliant Brill

CAROL Brill, who suffers from a rare eyesight and hearing-affecting genetic disorder, Usher syndrome, is set to be the first Irish woman to compete in the Italian Blind Golf Open in Milan this coming October.

Dockrell on top of the world

Dundrum cricketer’s delight as Ireland secure place at 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand after thrilling win against Netherlands

Rio sees the Full Evans

SCOTT EVANS’ Olympic journey came to an end after defeat to Denmark’s world number four Viktor Axelsen, as he left it all on the court – including his shirt.

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