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The mighty Mochta’s

BRIAN McCarthy says St Mochta’s abundant character, particularly in the LSL Sunday Senior season’s dying days, was crucial as his side won their first...

Toner hails Ireland’s 6 Nations win

Former CC student salutes his team as Ireland claim annual title

Knock’s new general

Declan Patton will take the Castleknock senior football manager’s reins, taking over from Lar Norton who stepped down after a stunning 2016

Harts’ Regency success

Dublin 15 club bounce back from the pain of the likelihood of missing out on promotion to secure silverware with a stellar performance

St Brigid’s family roots at core of famous Feile win

Naomh Brid were crowned the Dublin camogie Feile champions last Sunday at St Anne’s as they won a memorable Feile Division One final over...

Castleknock target title

Somerton side continue on historic journey with first visit to Parnell Park in the intermediate football championship to face Fingallians

A new beginning for Garda

Announcement of Westmanstown and Garda clubs’ amalgamation attended by Liam O’Neill and Jim Gavin and hailed as huge step forward

Phoenix delight in draw

Scribblestown side looking forward to FAI Senior Cup encounter against Dundalk after second round pairings were announced last week

Knock’s meteoric rise hits new height

CASTLEKNOCK’S meteoric rise on the verge of hitting yet another stratosphere on Thursday evening in Parnell Park when they take on St Jude’s in their maiden Dublin senior football championship semi-final.

Brigid’s crew set for Leinster decider

FOUR St Brigid’s players look set to be involved as Dublin ladies’ senior footballers take on Westmeath in this Sunday’s TG4 Leinster Championship final in Dr Cullen Park.