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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.

Lions roar tamed by Neptune stars

DUBLIN Lions’ first national cup final saw them come unstuck at the hands of an outstanding Neptune side in the men’s Under-20 decider last weekend at the National Basketball Arena.

Lions ready to roar on the Arena’s big stage

Dublin Lions will bring what coach Rob White is calling their “best group ever” into the men’s basketball Under-20 National Cup final in Tallaght on Saturday afternoon (2pm).

Collins’ hit Lucan for six

Collinstown continue to live up to their title of ‘cup specialists’ as a second-half blitz saw them bowl over Lucan United to book a spot in the FAI Intermediate Cup quarter-finals on Friday night.

Collinstown hit Verona for six in intermediate debut

Collinstown breezed through to the last 16 in their first-ever FAI Intermediate Cup appearance with a 6-1 victory over higher-ranked Verona on Friday night. Collinstown...

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...

Peas set for titanic tussle

Peamount United will hope lightning strikes twice at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday when they go up against Wexford Youths in the FAI Cup...

NBA prospect The Irish Hulk opts for Louisville University

CLONDALKIN man Aidan Harris Igiehon made headlines across the USA this week as he announced his commitment to the University of Louisville for next...

Towers derby win sets up another local SFC2 battle

A championship derby awaits after Round Tower’s senior footballers secured an unblemished finish to their Senior 2 football championship group campaign. Victory over St Pat’s...

Peamount end five year wait for WNL silverware

Megan Smyth-Lynch earned Peamount United their first silverware in five years as they came from behind to beat Wexford Youths in a faced-paced WNL...