Sunday, October 20, 2019

Glebe start big build-up for FAI Cup date with Sligo

Glebe North will warm up for their FAI Cup first round glamour tie with Sligo Rovers next week with a pair of friendlies against Northern Irish Premiership side Glenavon.

Fingallians, MSB and Clonliffe all celebrate Morton medals

BOTH FINGALLIANS and Metro St Brigid’s came home with medals from the Irish Life Health National Senior Track & Field Championships 2019 last weekend in Santry.

Archer produces yet another masterclass in semi-final victory

DUBLIN’S Under-20 footballers will contest their first ever Eirgrid All-Ireland Championship final this Saturday, when they take on Cork at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise (4pm).

Walking Football gets new home with Verona on board

THIS weekend will see Blanchardstown club Verona donate their grounds for the first Tommy Fogarty Cup, a celebration of walking football in north Dublin.

Archer arrows home hat-trick in Leinster U-20 final romp

ST MAURS Clubman Ciaran Archer bagged 3-8, as Dublin claimed their first Eirgrid Leinster Under-20 title thanks to a strong final quarter in Bord na Mona O’Connor Park, Tullamore on Friday night.

Flanagan relishing his Ireland call-up

FINGAL Ravens clubman Damien Flanagan is set to represent his country for the first time at any level this Saturday, as part of the Ireland Gaelic Football Masters team set to face their Australian counterparts in the KC Sports International Rules match this Saturday in Denn, Co Cavan (3pm).

NAC’s Cryan reaches world final

CLARE Cryan, from the National Centre in Dublin 15, finished in 11th place at the 1M Springboard Final at the FINA World Diving Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.

McEvoy says more to come despite huge win over Waterford

DUBLIN forward Niamh McEvoy sounded a warning to her teammates that they still have a lot of improving to do if they are to retain their TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship.

Knock Under-16s claim worthy Redmond Cup title

IT WAS double celebration for Castleknock Celtic as their Under-16 Premier and B teams won through to their respective cup finals recently, played in the picturesque setting of Frank Cox Park in Rathcoole with the Dublin mountains as the backdrop.

Balbriggan’s Glebe North glamour tie with Sligo

GLEBE North will kick off the new season with a glamour tie at home to Sligo Rovers after the LSL Sunday Senior 1 side were paired with the five-time champions in the FAI Cup first round.