Friday, April 19, 2019

Clondalkin RFC double delight J1 and J2 titles

Clondalkin RFC celebrated a unique double at the weekend as their J1 and J2 sides sealed their respective Leinster League Division 2A...

Bradley fumes as Greene sees red

STEPHEN Bradley was fuming after a controversial red card condemned Shamrock Rovers to a fifth Dublin Derby defeat in six games on Monday night.

Adamstown the league champs

A CLINICAL display from Adamstown Community College in the Under-16 B Boys All Ireland Schools League final saw them crowned champions with a 57-46 point win over Coláiste Bhaile Chláir of Galway.

Boden make case for defence in AHL1 win

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s started their AHL1 title defence with a remarkable first half clean sheet as they proved too strong for St Vincent’s who failed to register at Firhouse Road until the second half last Sunday.

Celtics in dreamland with national double

COURTYARD Liffey Celtics pulled off a dramatic comeback on Saturday evening to beat UCC Glanmire and secure the Women’s Super League title with three games to spare.

Joyce’s coping mechanism earns big fight date in Boston

LUCAN boxer John Joyce will take another step up the rung in his rapid professional career when he faces off with Cork’s Neil Murphy in Boston next month.

Thomas Davis shine in Dingle

THOMAS Davis’s ladies footballers stormed to the final of the Paidi O’Se tournament in Dingle last weekend as the annual festival celebrated its 30th anniversary in style.

Synger out-scrapped by Fins in AFL1 opener

A SCRAPPY, slightly manic contest at Dolphin’s Park on the opening day of AFL1 season on Sunday morning saw Fingallians edge the battle of two promoted sides, defeating 14-man hosts Templeogue on Sunday.

Boyd buzzing to hit lofty targets with Rovers

SEAN Boyd says Shamrock Rovers aren’t setting themselves any concrete targets for the coming League of Ireland season.

Knocklyon’s Gartland tips Kenny for big Irish success

NEW Dundalk captain Brian Gartland has tipped fellow Dubliner Stephen Kenny to be a success as Republic of Ireland under-21 manager.

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