Sunday, October 13, 2019

Gavin shines a light on Dublin’s blue diversity

DUBLIN senior men’s football manager Jim Gavin praised his sides character and attitude as 16,000 fans gathered in Merrion Square for Dublin’s double All-Ireland Senior Football winning celebrations on Sunday at the official homecoming organised by Dublin City Council.

Brilliant Boden, Jude’s and Davis advance

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s, St Jude’s and Thomas Davis booked places in the Dublin Senior Football 1 Championship quarter-finals, following last weekend’s final group games.

Westmanstown tribute to Twomey

Family and friends of Detective Jerome Twomey in attendance in Westmanstown to witness the renaming of the Garda GAA club grounds in honour of its longtime caretaker.

Laura’s Liffey role

Following last season’s incredible treble in Super League Women’s Basketball Courtyard Liffey Celtic have been busy over the close season and have just recruited the highly talented Laura Mullally as their head coach.

Five-star Kelly holds nerve as Boden prevail

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s held off a spirited second half display from St Peregrine’s to claim the Dublin Junior B Ladies Football Championship title at Lawless Park on Sunday.

Salmon Leap’s Liffey delight

ON A GLORIOUS autumn day, Jenny Egan and her brother Peter made it a family double while former European junior champion Ronan Foley made a winning debut in his first senior race at the 60th Liffey Descent canoe marathon on Saturday.

McGrath’s crucial role in three in-a-row

SIOBHÁN McGrath played a key role for Dublin as they claimed a third TG4 All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football title in a row at Croke Park on Sunday.

Russell’s injury battle

Lucan native Sean Russell faces a battle to save his football career as he seeks a second surgery to correct a multiple knee ligament fracture.

McGrath hungry for three in a row glory

Dublin’s Ladies Footballers are gearing up for a three-in-a-row of All-Ireland Senior titles this Sunday, but Thomas Davis player Siobhan McGrath knows that Galway won’t make it easy at Croke Park (4pm).

Egan aiming for third title in a row

JENNY Egan and Jon Simmons of Salmon Leap Canoe Club defend their mixed K2 title at Saturday’s 60th anniversary Liffey Descent, which, as usual, starts from Straffan and finishes 32 kilometres later at the Garda Boat Club in Islandbridge (12 noon).