BALLYFERMOT duo Thomas Caulfield and Lorcan Byrne both jetted out this week to represent Ireland at the Special Olympics Winter Games in Austria on Tuesday morning.
Grand slam winning captain believes fundamental changes at a young age can make a huge difference to the way girls get involved in sports
Under new manager Gordon Ward, Lucan senior footballers looking to build on 2016 with push for top half in AFL1 and an SFC semi-final bid
CONOR Masterson’s future at Liverpool looks even brighter after Jurgen Klopp singled him out as a player who could be next in line to make an impact on the first team.
ST PAT’S, Palmerstown man Dr Brian Carson is looking positively towards UL’s encounter with Sigerson Cup holders UCD this Friday, feeling his side improved vastly for the latter 40 minutes of their recent quarter-final contest against DIT.
Richie Hall's side scored twice either side of half time to move ninth in the table and are now just seven points behind Sacred Heart at the summit
COURTYARD Liffey Celtics are gunning for their first Hula Hoops Women’s National Cup this Sunday when they take to the court against current holders Ambassador UCC Glanmire at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght.
LUCAN Sarsfields star Chris Crummey is looking forward to a big year for Dublin hurling as changes to the panel could see him adopt a new role as an experienced player in a youthful squad.
LUCAN United are looking forward to playing Shamrock Rovers for the Molly O’Toole Memorial Cup on Friday, January 20 at Peamount’s Greenogue grounds in what manager John Doyle says is a “big deal for the club”.
DARREN Gavin scored a wonder goal in the closing stages of the Dub Stars football contest at Parnell Park on New Year’s Day, as the Lucan Sarsfields forward made his case for a place in namesake Jim’s all-conquering Dublin senior football panel.