Sunday, June 16, 2019

Seventh heaven for U-14s

Soccer: Four from maguire sets platform for victory

Parrock punctures young Peas FAI Cup dream

Peamount United’s first-ever appearance at the Aviva Stadium ended in disappointment as they were edged out 1-0 by treble-winners Wexford Youths on Sunday afternoon. The...

Tower’s target five years’ progress

New strategic plan launched by local GAA club

Conlon’s marathon challenge breaks 33-day record

Mark Conlon has completed his epic quest to break the Irish record for consecutive daily marathons, finishing his 33rd marathon in 33 days. As well...

Around Ireland in 22 days

A CLONDALKIN man and his running mate from Ballyfermot will undertake an arduous 22-day, 1,100 kilometre ultra-marathon circuit of Ireland in aid of the...

St Pat’s masterful defence lays base

ST PATRICK’S Palmerstown stormed to a Division Seven hurling feile title on Sunday at Parnell Park, completing the weekend with the astonishing record of...

Byrne and Jones’s Irish call

CLONDALKIN basketballer Sarah Byrne and footballer Stephen Joyce have both been named in the Special Olympics World Summer Games 2015 following their inclusion in the Irish squad for the event that takes place in Los Angeles.

Clon legends Still have class

CLONDALKIN fourths got a much needed win this Friday to ensure that the Tom Duffy managed team go into the Christmas break still in the hunt for the play-off spot in their Metro league.

Liffey Celtics set the pace in cup final four

COURTYARD Liffey Celtics are looking for a double success at the National Cup semi-finals in Cork this weekend as their senior and Under-20s sides are both in action.

Taylor looking to add to her legacy

KATIE TAYLOR has spoken of this week’s first European Games in Baku as another chance to “make history”.