Thursday, April 18, 2019

Relentless Coolmine on rise to top league in perfect fashion

COOLMINE’S Under-17s swept to first spot in the Leinster School/Youth league table with a strong 26-10 win over NC Wasps, making it four wins from four and setting them up for a semi-final tie.

Fresh faced Syl’s go goal crazy to see off Kilmacud

ST SYLVESTER’S began life under new manager Paul Clarke and selectors Keith Galvin and Seamas Hynes in four-star fashion as they saw off Kilmacud Crokes in AFL2 at Broomfield on Sunday.

Synger out-scrapped by Fins in AFL1 opener

A SCRAPPY, slightly manic contest at Dolphin’s Park on the opening day of AFL1 season on Sunday morning saw Fingallians edge the battle of two promoted sides, defeating 14-man hosts Templeogue on Sunday.

NAC’s Scully bids farewell to Paralympic career

NAC swimmer James Scully announced that he is retiring from Paralympic Swimming on Tuesday following a groundbreaking career.

Skerries’ boss hopes to shake off underdog tag

SKERRIES HARPS are determined to shake off the “underdog” tag and establish themselves firmly back in AFL1, as the returning Fingal club take the place of nearby St Sylvester’s at the top table.

Byrne buzzing for new challenge with Shels

Luke Byrne spent the last two years at Shamrock Rovers coaching the Under-15s alongside Damien Duff – but he’s looking forward to getting back out on the playing field with Shelbourne.

Flynn in flying form for Irish team in Armagh

COOLMINE man Dave Flynn has earned a call up to the Irish team for the Armagh International road race for the second year running as he continues his progression to much longer road races.

Perth’s big Verona ambitions

NEW Verona manager Paul Perth has challenged his squad to rally together for the second half of the season to turn the ailing Blanch club’s fortunes around.

Coolmine roots crucial for stars Lee and Farrell

IT’S been a proud few weeks for Coolmine RFC as the Ashbrook club have seen their first Olympian followed up by their...

Valenzuela and Miah set up stunning Le Cheile victory

LE CHEILE, Tyrrelstown won an Under-16 C Boys Subway Schools Cup final thriller at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght as Mount St Michael battled right down to the wire.

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