Saturday, February 24, 2018

Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire Sport, South Dublin Sport,

Sothern and O’Flanagan lead double celebrations

SHANKILL’S Alan Sothern scored the crucial goal that saw the Irish men’s hockey team qualify for the World Cup for the first time since...

Cabo star’s Ireland call

CABINTEELY FC striker Joe Doyle has been selected in the 20-player men’s panel to represent Ireland Colleges and Universities at the University Games in...

Maybury’s Royal flush

NEARLY 2,500 sailors took part over four days at Ireland’s largest sailing event, the Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta, last weekend. Sailors travelled from as far...

Dun Laoghaire Regatta set for record entry numbers

“THIS is the largest Regatta in Ireland and on the Western sea board of the British Isles,” Tim Goodbody, Chairman of the Volvo Dun...

Cian plots Tipp takedown

CUALA hurler Cian O’Callaghan is looking forward to testing themselves against the might of Tipperary after it was confirmed the Dubs would play the...

Fantastic Feile Foxes

FOXROCK Cabinteely mentor Linzi Simpson praised the performances of her players as the club’s Under-14 side kept up their great record on the national...

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...

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...

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