Friday, July 21, 2017

Dagg set for Irish pentathlon call

DAVID Dagg, a pupil at St Benildus College and a member of Dundrum South Dublin Athletic Club, broke his own personal record and picked up bronze in the All-Ireland schools indoor combined events for intermediate boys last weekend.

Maria wins Fingal 10km again

DSDAC’S Maria McCambridge became the first woman to win the Fingal 10km last Sunday for the second time following her course record in 2013.

Southsiders rule Leinster

SOUTH Dublin athletes were in superb form at the the Leinster Schools Track & Field Championships in Santry on Saturday featured many gold medal...

Father and son link Crokes 7s victories

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.

Na Fianna strike late to dethrone Crokes

KILMACUD Crokes’ Under-21 hurlers were dethroned as county hurling champions as Na Fianna eventually won their final arm-wrestle at Parnell Park last Sunday evening.

UCD’s higher learning

Manager Colin O’Neill says wide variety of competitions the students play in provides greater preparation for League of Ireland than usual friendlies

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.

Nolan eyes Dubs’ return

Crokes’ star targets progress against Laois in Leinster campaign as further step toward his reintegration into the county set-up

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...

Rovers bound for Europe

RATHFARNHAM club Three Rock Rovers are looking forward to three trips to Europe in the next year as Ireland’s hockey representative following an incredible...

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