Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Fantastic first half lays base for glory

COLAISTE Iosagain landed the Dublin Senior A post-primary schools championship title in excellent fashion, holding off the second half fightback from Our Lady’s, Terenure to prevail 4-7 to 3-5 at Clanna Gael Fontenoy last Friday.

Mick beyond self doubt

Cuala man says that the ups and downs of his recent years with Dublin’s senior footballers helped him stay true to his game to produce the goods

Wallace Cabo’s latest addition

ANOTHER new face has walked through the door at Stradbrook after Cabinteely announced the appointment of former Athlone Town manager Eddie Wallace as the club’s head of recruitment this week.

Crokes Under-21s’ Christmas cheer

KILMACUD Crokes enjoyed some extra festive cheer as their Under-21 footballers became the last champions of 2016, winning out in the A championship final on the Tuesday before Christmas.

Devlin in for ambitious Cabo

CABINTEELY FC has continued its ambitious plans for the club by appointing former Bray Wanderers manager Pat Devlin as its new director of football and first team manager on a three year contract.

Con and Cuala crackle in brilliant Leinster win

CON O’Callaghan starred as Cuala won their first ever Leinster title, beating favourites O’Loughlin Gaels, from Kilkenny, in O’Moore Park on Sunday to end a 37-year drought for Dublin clubs in Leinster.

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.

Fantastic Foxes earn All-Ireland final spot

Captain Brophy hails marking effort to nullify twin threats of Cora Staunton and Fiona McHale as FoxCab make key break despite suffering a second half sin-binning, to beat Mayo side

Crokes’ Corcoran retires from Dubs

KILMACUD Crokes star Niall Corcoran retired from the Dublin intercounty hurling side this week following a nine-year stint with the county’s seniors at the age of 34.

Cuala will aim to put last year’s Carlow nightmare to bed…

Cuala’s comfortable Leinster quarter-final victory over Borris Kilcotton over the weekend has set up a return for the Dalkey side to a place that...

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