Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Blanchardstown Sport

Blanchardstown Sport, North Dublin Sport,

Breathtaking Brigid’s back in county semis

St Brigid's will feel they’re overdue a first Dublin ladies’ senior football title having lost three finals to date, including two in the last...

St Catherine’s enjoy perfect Feile debut with Division 4 win

The first ever St Catherine’s football team – an amalgamation of Erin Go Bragh and Westmanstown – competed in Division four last weekend, producing...

Castle the kings of Dublin 15

Castleknock swatted aside their most local rivals St Brigid’s in the Dublin Senior Football Championship at Parnell Park on Saturday afternoon, ensuring both their...

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...

Dublin hold off Galway to reclaim league title

Dublin were crowned Allianz Football League champions for the fifth time in six years on Sunday, as a battling performance and the team’s knack...

Blanchardstown youngster aiming for European success

One of the quiet success stories in Irish sport over the past 18 months has been Colin O’Brien’s under-17 men’s international football team. The Boys...

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...

Castleknock call on Nally

CASTLEKNOCK’S footballers have had a meteoric rise in recent years, following their long-running charge from Division 9 to the top tier of Dublin football. That...

Tridents flying on all fronts

Tridents Basketball Club’s teams have stormed back from the Christmas break with a series of superb wins. In Senior 1 action, Tridents followed...

Barbour adds cutting edge to Harts-Hunts

HARTSTOWN Huntstown took one step closer to survival in LSL Sunday Senior 1B with a hard-earned 1-0 win over Mid Sutton/Sportslink on Sunday afternoon. January...