Thursday, June 13, 2019

Champions Lucan United’s focus turns to Lummy Cup

LUCAN United manager John Doyle welcomed the opportunity to rest a few tired bodies ahead of their Lummy O’Reilly Cup semi-final against Mullingar Athletic next week.

Lucan star aiming to emulate Van Dijk style

Lucan’s Andrew Odobamidele hopes to emulate his hero Virgil van Dijk when the Republic of Ireland Under-17s kick off their European Championships...

Gypsies maintain hoodoo over Rovers

Bohemians secured the Dublin Derby bragging rights once more as they cut the gap to league leaders Shamrock Rovers to five points with a game in hand as they won 1-0 in Tallaght.

Collinstown create yet another piece of history

Collinstown added another chapter to their growing reputation as cup giantkillers as they saw of St Mochta’s away from home to reach the first round of the FAI Cup for the first time ever.

Duggan’s delight in Peas win

A RARE goal from former Republic of Ireland international midfielder Karen Duggan capped a dominant display from Peamount United as they made it five wins from five to stay top of the Só Hotels Women’s National League

Four star Dubs start MFC in style

A solid second half display helped Dublin Minor Footballers get their Electric Ireland Leinster MFC off to a cracking start, in a highly entertaining contest at Parnell Park on Tuesday night.

Firhouse the lords of the Manor

FIRHOUSE Carmel’s Under-11 DDSL B team were crowned champions of the Swords Manor Easter Tournament on Saturday afternoon.

Sarsfields’ win as Thomas Davis draw in SFC

Lucan Sarsfields began their Dublin Senior Football campaign in Group 2 last Friday with an impressive 3-14 to 1-10 win over Skerries...

Third time lucky for Superb Templeogue in Champions Trophy

It proved to be third time lucky for Templeogue as they got their hands on the Champions Trophy for the first time...

Rainbow wary of SFC threat from Clontarf

“ONE GAME AT A TIME” is the mantra for Ballyboden St Enda’s as they head into the Dublin Senior Football Championship, with the club feeling well-placed to make an impact this time around.