Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Sars’ fantastic Feile

LUCAN Sarsfields won the Under-14 division one camogie Feile with a 3-3 to 0-2 win over Ballyboden St Endas in the final at O’Toole...

Sars facing SFC shot in dark with UCD

LUCAN Sarsfields will kick off their senior championship campaign on Friday evening at 7pm with an unpredictable tie against UCD at Monastery Road in...

Stenson’s Ireland call

Celbridge cyclist named in Irish development team as a strong Team Bikeworx crew take on the prestigious Ras na Mumhan over Easter

Peas hit Cregmore for six in FAI final

PEAMOUNT United Under-18 manager Shay Martin praised his players for the dominant display that saw them crowned FAI Under-18 women’s champions with a 6-2 win over Cregmore Claregalway FC at Eamon Deacy Park last Sunday

Peas’ Payne inspires Ireland

PEAMOUNT United’s Heather Payne provided the moment of inspiration for the Republic of Ireland Under-17 side as they ended their three Elite Round games unbeaten with seven points and top of Group 4 - having previously beaten hosts Serbia and drawn with Scotland.

Wildcat duo off to World Winter Games

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.

Coghlan’s call for Support

Grand slam winning captain believes fundamental changes at a young age can make a huge difference to the way girls get involved in sports

Sars’ curtain-raiser

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

Klopp calls on young Master

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 man powering UL Sigerson push

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.

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