Friday, November 17, 2017

Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire Sport, South Dublin Sport,

Stars come out for sevens All-Ireland

BORRIS-Ileigh won the One Direct All-Ireland Sevens for the sixth time with Noel McGrath named player of the tournament last Saturday in Stillorgan following a day of top quality hurling.

Saskia hoping to Tidey up

Glenageary woman hoping her partnership with Andrea Brewster can help propel Ireland to Olympic glory in the 49er FX Sailing class in Brazil
Kilmacud Crokes

Local minor stars end All-Ireland wait

DUN LAOGHAIRE: Kilmacud Crokes, Cuala and Naomh Olaf’s players all contribute to monumental performance from Dublin

South Dublin athletes breaking records

End of season meets sees local stars on top form

O’Shea’s U-21 farewell

DUBLIN Under-21 co-captain Cillian O’Shea is looking to put the furore of past weeks behind him as he the Dubs look forward to the...

Cuala put faith in youth

Dalkey side promote players from minor ranks to fill spaces in their AFL2 side ahead of new season, with selectors believing in their calibre

Roche for Puskas prize

Shankill striker in esteemed company as she is nominated for FIFA goal of the year award, alongside Diego Costa, Van Persie and Ibrahimovic

2013’s a real regal Regatta

DUN LAOGHAIRE: Anticipation high ahead of weekend festival of sailing

Maur’s on Mick’s mind

DUBLIN footballer Michael Fitzsimons says the team haven’t yet had time to reflect the loss to Kerry in the Division One final last month...

Comerford launches bid for the Winter Olympics

DUBLIN could soon boast another Olympic skier in the form of Cormac Comerford, as he aims to represent his country at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

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