Thursday, April 18, 2019

Fortune favours a cautious SHC plan

BALLYBODEN ST ENDA’S last game ahead of the top tier of the Dublin hurling league taking a break was a comfortable win over Lucan Sarsfields.

Walshe’s wonders at Irish Open

TEMPLEOGUE’S Ellen Walshe emerged as one of the big stars of the Irish Open Swimming Championships as she posted four lifetime bests, landing her fourth national title into the bargain.

Jack makes UCD feel the Byrne as Rovers catch fire

A virtuoso performance from Jack Byrne helped Shamrock Rovers to their seventh win of the season at home to UCD on Friday night.

Blue Bulls’ sweet sixteen

MU Barnhall confirmed they will be playing their rugby in AIL Division 2A next season as they blitzed 2B, making it 16 wins from 16 as they stormed Strandhill to beat Sligo last Saturday.

Salmon Leap’s Jegou the class act as thoughts turn to Olympics

LIAM Jegou proved the class of the field at the Irish Open Slalom Canoeing Championships held at the Sluice weir slalom course on the river Liffey in Lucan on Sunday.

Farrelly’s star continues to rise

SACRIFICING her debs night for football is proof enough that Niamh Farrelly’s recent explosion onto the Irish football scene isn’t by accident.

Chris Shields hails Stephen Kenny as he collects player of the year gong

Clondalkin native Chris Shields hailed the influence of Republic of Ireland Under-21 manager Stephen Kenny as he collected the SSE Airtricity League...

Coyle lasers in on Tokyo place with Cairo silver

Former King’s Hospital student Natalya Coyle produced a stunning start to the UIPM Pentathlon World Cup by landing a silver medal in Cairo, Egypt this week.

Conlon’s latest challenge

Bawnogue runner Mark Conlon has set himself another superhuman endurance challenge for later this year, with the distance specialist targeting ten marathons in ten days to raise money for Inner City Helping Homeless.

Templeogue storm to super Under-15 DMBB cup success

Templeogue's Under-14 boys took down the DMBB Cup title last Sunday in the Oblate Hall as they saw off the Dublin Sonics by 43 points in the decider.

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