WESLEY College’s junior rugby side booked a place in the Fr Godfrey Cup final at Donnybrook on Tuesday with a superb 25-10 win over CUS.
IF 2017 continues for Dundrum South Dublin AC as it started at the Greenmount International Cross Country Meeting in Antrim on Saturday, the club are in for a spectacular year.
THREE Rock Rovers became the first side to beat Banbridge this season as the Rathfarnham took advantage of an understrength visiting side to Grange Road.
KILMACUD CROKES stars Oisin O’Rorke and Ross O’Carroll were among the stand-out stars in the Dub Stars hurling on New Year’s Day, among those to shine in the annual curtain-raiser at Parnell Park.
BALLYBODEN St Enda’s have named former Dublin footballer John O’Brien as their new manager after a thorough search for Andy McAntee’s replacement, who stepped down to take charge of the Meath county football team.
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.
HURLING in December invariably means contesting the business end of a competition and it was promotion to AHL Division 2 on the line for St Peregrine’s and Naomh Olaf as they faced off at Blakestown road last Saturday.
METEORS finally recorded their first win since the opening day of the season as they held on to a 56-53 victory over second placed Courtyard Liffey Celtics in the Women’s Super League at Colaiste Iosagain.
BALLYBODEN St Enda’s ground out a battling two-point win in Lusk to cap a fine season in the excellent fashion, earning promotion to AFL8 at the expense of their Fingal opponents.
DUNDRUM South Dublin AC’s road from Santry to south Dublin was virtually paved with gold after the Dublin juvenile and senior cross country championships as they returned with an astonishing seven sets of team gold medals.