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The spoils of War

MAN O’War recorded an historic triumph in the Dublin Junior ‘A’ Ladies Football Championship final at Lawless Park on Saturday.

Flynn’s redemption song at this month’s Dublin marathon

Coolmine’s Dave Flynn has redemption in mind at this month’s Dublin marathon after illness hampered his efforts 12 months ago.

Westmanstown tribute to Twomey

Family and friends of Detective Jerome Twomey in attendance in Westmanstown to witness the renaming of the Garda GAA club grounds in honour of its longtime caretaker.

Winters wonderland as Brigid’s advance

PAUL Winters fired nine points as St Brigids booked their place in the Dublin senior A hurling championship semi-finals, following a 2-19 to 2-16 win over Na Fianna at Parnell Park on Sunday.

Fay’s Euro Youth Gold

Swords Boxing Club bantamweight Niamh Fay says family rivalry drove her on to win the European Youth title in Bulgaria this month.

Fingal flyers make telling final impacts

FINGAL rejoiced at the weekend, with both All-Ireland Senior final ‘Player of the Match’ awards going to players from the area.

Leo opens doors to new Knock home

CASTLEKNOCK GAA Club hosted one of the biggest days in its 21-year history on Saturday, with the opening of their new clubhouse on Somerton Road by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar as part of the club’s Annual Family Fun Day.

Aherne says blue wave has taken on life of its own

FINGAL will be well represented on Sunday, as St Sylvester’s player Sinead Aherne, once again, leads the Dublin Ladies Footballers into battle, as they chase a third All-Ireland Senior title in a row in Croke Park (4pm Live TG4).

King Kennedy’s perfect ending

ST BRIGID’S Dublin’s Eoin Kennedy rolled back the years on an emotional night at Handball HQ as he captured his tenth Senior Singles title in what surely must rank as one of, if not his sweetest ever victory.

Caldwell aims to draw line in Sand for German battle

Whatever the location when the Republic of Ireland travel to take on Germany next April in their Euro 2021 qualifier, Diane Caldwell won’t have far to travel.