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Super Sonics come back from brink of dissolution to glory

Tyrrelstown's Dublin Sonics battled past the previously unbeaten Templeogue BC 51-59 in Oblates Hall on Friday night to win a famous DMBB Cup final.

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.

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.

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.

Gibbons inspires stunning Killester FAI Cup comeback

Killester Donnycarney came out the better side of a seven-goal FAI Intermediate Cup thriller as they edged past St Mochta’s at Hadden Park to book a spot in the quarter-final draw.

Setanta battle all the way but Pres prevail in national final

Colaiste Pobail Setanta’s Subway Schools Under-19B girls cup final dreams came up just short at the National Basketball Arena on Monday morning as they fell to an 11-point defeat in the decider

Dubs Healy happy to be target to catch

Dublin ladies footballer Noelle Healy says she’s glad to have a target on her back after a remarkable 2018 campaign that saw the Girls in Blue lift a championship and league double.