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O’Neill inspires Knock’s D15 Feile final fantasy

CASTLEKNOCK overcame local rivals St Brigid’s to claim the AIG division 2 ladies football Feile title last Sunday on a score line of 4-5 to 3-2.

Whelan relishing new hurling manager role

LONG TIME Castleknock man Damian Whelan will take charge of the Somerton club’s hurling panel for the 2017 season with the outstanding 2016 championship successes of the club’s footballers still ringing in the ears, he has high hopes for his new charges.

Supporting St Pats AFC

The Green Isle Hotel has now joined forces with St Patrick's Athletic Football Club in Richmond Park, Inchicore. After announcing the Sponsorship Director Ger O’Brien along...

Brigid’s duo miss out on All-Ireland title

ST BRIGID’S duo Eoin Kennedy and Carl Browne were unable to add yet another All-Ireland title to their already huge haul as they lost 21-7, 21-14 to Meath in the final of the All-Ireland 60x30 senior handball doubles.

Plunkett’s goals hit Ballymun for six

St Jude’s the next challenge in semi-final

Corduff’s 10 years of growth in the Dub 15 community

CORDUFF FC is in the running to receive a major honour at a time when they are getting ready to celebrate the growth they...

Epic night for Celtic Warrior boxers

LAST Saturday’s Return of the Mack fight night in the 3Arena proved a massive success for Paschal Collins and his Celtic Warrior cohorts as...

Dingley diving in at the Rio deep end

OLIVER Dingley waxed lyrical about the support he’s received in Ireland after converting from representing the UK, as he spoke to GazetteSport at the Irish kit launch last week.

Corduff pass eleven-plus

CORDUFF FC’s Under-11 Premier side completed one half of their double chasing ambitions last Saturday as they wrapped up the NDSL Premier Division title with a 2-0 win over Balscadden Boys in Corduff Park.

McGee moves into top 170

CASTLEKNOCK’S James McGee, Irish tennis’s number 1, had a week to remember as he finished runner-up in the $50,000 (€47,000) Challenger event in San Luis Potosi, Mexico last week.

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