Monday, October 23, 2017

Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire Sport, South Dublin Sport,

Unbeaten run sees Crokes up to third

Kilmacud Crokes kept pace with the leaders of the AFL Division 1 by securing a narrow 1-12 to 1-11 win over Castleknock at Somerton...

Joeys trio shine for DDSL

Three St Joseph’s Boys stars were involved as the DDSL side walked away from the University of Limerick as Kennedy Cup champions for the...

Pollock pushes boat out for inclusion

MARK Pollock, Commonwealth medal winner in Rowing, Round Ireland sailor, adventurer and cure for paralysis activist, has launched the inaugural Watersports Inclusion Games, organised...

Borough welcome for the All Whites

CABINTEELY FC brought international football to the borough to sunny Stradbrook on Tuesday night, something the local fans probably never imagined possible. However, when New...

McAfee Rises to occasion

STEPHEN McAfee walked away from the biggest card in Irish boxing history with his first win in the bag thanks to a third round...

Crokes shake off the senior shackles

KILMACUD Crokes got their ladies senior championship campaign off to the perfect start last week with a 3-23 to 3-4 win over Clanna Gael...

Cuala turn tide to Rush past Maur’s

CUALA reached the last eight of the Dublin senior football championship, coming out on top of a high-scoring game with St Maur’s 3-16 to...

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...

Con and Cillian lead way

CUALA’S Con O’Callaghan and Kilmacud Crokes’ Cillian O’Shea co-captained Dublin to a piece of history as they defeated Galway by 2-13 to 2-7 at...

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...

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