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Fins’ final focus only on junior showdown

THE DUBS may be going for All-Ireland glory on Sunday but until Saturday evening, there’s one championship final on the minds of Fingallians junior footballers.

Mun on a run to top tier of LSL Sunday Senior football

Ballymun United are within touching distance of a second successive promotion and LSL Sunday Senior football following a 2-0 win over UCD on Sunday. David...

Cantwell key for Ireland

Swords player misses out on play-off but influence clear throughout World Cup campaign in France that featured victory over New Zealand

Norton Knock’s new man

CASTLEKNOCK’S senior footballer’s first ever foray into the top-tier of senior football will be led by newly appointed manager Lar Norton.

No mistaking Lowndes’ Leinster final intensity

Now a firm fixture in the Dublin senior football line-up, Eric Lowndes is in flying form a few days ahead of the boys in...

Flying Fins reach Feile quarter final

Hurling: Swords under - 14 side breaks new ground.

Castle’s 14-men grind out draw

FOURTEEN-man Castleknock battled to a 1-17 to 3-11 draw in Poppintree Park, showing great character in a huge AHL Division 2 tussle with Setanta last Sunday morning.

Rangers draw Carew Park

YOU could excuse Stephen Doran for walking around Swords with an air of confidence at the moment.

Haslam’s Harts appeal

SATURDAY evening will see a special fundraising game at Hartstown Huntstown Football Club, an event inspired in eight-year-old Daniel Haslam.

Keane set on Road to Rio

Paralympic swimmer impresses in World Championships in Montreal and returns home with two bronze medals and hopes for 2016 Games