Friday, May 26, 2017

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...

Cuala’s double double

Selector Byrne believes retaining the Dublin senior hurling championship title was “harder challenge” than 2015 as they eventually see off Crokes

Clash of the Titans

Cuala and Kilmacud Crokes - who have shared the Dublin senior hurling championship title for the last three years - are ready for battle royale

Foxes raising the bar

Ring and his Foxrock Cabinteely side on the verge of yet another special success as they set their sights on Leinster senior championship final

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.

Mick’s Dublin delight

Cuala man steps up to the plate to produce superb performance in the All-Ireland final to land his fourth senior championship crown

Midfield maestro Molly

Kilmacud star charged with taming the twin threats of Rena Buckley and Briege Corkery in one of the key areas in next Sunday’s All-Ireland final

Cuala down O’Toole’s with Treacy to fore

CUALA took home the AHL1 league trophy on Sunday at Parnell Park, as the Dalkey side were relatively comfortable throughout in keeping challengers O’Toole’s at arm’s length.

Dublin’s fantastic Foxes

Amy Connolly hails the club spirit from the Kilbogget Park club to hang for victory against St Brigid’s to win back-to-back senior county titles

FoxCab’s Ring of fire

Manager Pat Ring says his Foxrock Cabinteely side face bigger challenge than ever when they meet St Brigid’s in the DLGFA senior football final

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