Sunday, April 22, 2018

Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire Sport, South Dublin Sport,

Tidey and Brewster get Olympic nod at long last

FOLLOWING a four-month delay, World Sailing confirmed this week that Ireland’s Andrea Brewster and Saskia Tidey have qualified for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in the 49erFX skiff event.

Murphy grabs gold at Garda

NYC’s Annalise secures back-to-back wins in European competition at Italian Olympic Week in Trentino with impressive performances

Cuala set for season

Availability of Oisin Gough a huge boost for Dalkey side ahead of the start of the 2014 AHL campaign as team calls on youth and experience

Crangle finally lands All-Ireland pitch and putt

John-Ross Crangle has become the All Ireland pitch and putt champion, after winning the final in the Tipperary foothills earlier this month, as he...

Cuala save best til last

Mattie Kenny hails John Sheanon’s immense marking job on Tony Kelly while Colm Cronin flags 20 years of Trojan work to land All-Ireland glory

Foxrock going for Gold

Kilbogget Park club lining up tilt at second Dublin senior ladies football crown as they take on Na Fianna this Friday evening in Lawless Park

Crokes’ flying start under Bannigan

A 16-POINT win in AFL1 is never a bad way to mark your first game in charge of a new side with new Kilmacud Crokes boss Gabriel Bannigan enjoying that luxury in Chanel last Sunday.

Caruth on the double for Monkstown

Back-to-back national titles for local hockey stars

Crokes’ Cuala final rematch

NIALL Corcoran says the Kilmacud Crokes’ young guns can make a major impact when they look to end Cuala’s reign in the Dublin senior...

Foxrock ready for the final frontier

FOXROCK Cabinteely are looking to establish a legacy as they face into their first All-Ireland ladies’ football final at Parnell Park this weekend.

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