Saturday, February 24, 2018

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Dun Laoghaire Sport, South Dublin Sport,

No easy journey for Kelly

KARL Kelly is in confident mood as he prepares to take a huge step up for the second fight of his fledgling professional boxing...

Larmour’s Ireland call

JORDAN Larmour should be parachuted straight into the Ireland squad for the upcoming Six Nations tournament according to former Leinster out-half Andy Dunne. The rising...

Doyle’s All-Ireland delight

KENNETH Doyle followed in the esteemed footsteps of Michael Carruth and Billy Walsh by winning the Irish senior light welterweight title at the National...

Cuala’s dream treble success

CUALA’s ladies brought their excellent season to a remarkable end by completing the treble with victory over O’Dwyers in their league and cup double...

Byrne promises ring return

JAY Byrne has revealed that he will not be hanging up his gloves just yet as he looks to build on his latest victory,...

O’Connor too good for Prieto

NIALL O’Connor secured his second win as a professional boxer last weekend after proving far too strong for Spaniard Manuel Prieto on the Celtic...

Electrician O’Connor looking to knock out the Stadium lights

AFTER a stand-out win on his debut in September, exciting Ballybrack light welterweight Niall O’Connor will return to the ring on Saturday, December...

Byrne to negotiate with Crank

2017 has been a memorable year for Jay Byrne, and the Loughlinstown welter is looking to round it off with a big win next...

Foxes final ambition

FOXROCK Cabinteely are back in familiar territory this weekend, though they face unfamiliar opposition in their All Ireland semi-final contest against Cork’s Abbeymourne at...

Cuala hungry for more

MATTIE Kenny says appetite is no issue after Cuala reached the Leinster club hurling semi-final following a 2-20 to 1-16 win over Dicksboro at...

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