Monday, March 19, 2018


Clondalkin Sport, West Dublin Sport

Collins’ the kings of Leinster

COLLINSTOWN won the Leinster Junior Cup for the second time in three years with a 3-2 win on penalties after a thrilling tie against...

Tower’s tall SFC order

ROUND Tower, Clondalkin kick off their senior championship campaign this weekend with a daunting trip to Parnell Park to take on champions St Vincent’s...

Igiehon pursuing the American hoops dream

CLONDALKIN has bred a lot of sporting talent over the years. The local gyms and school halls have produced boxers who have performed at Olympic and World Championship level.

Round Tower’s new field of dreams

JOHN Whelan, head of the financial committee for Round Tower GAA club, announced his delight at the sports capital grant decision to allocate €178,000 to the Clondalkin club

Collinstown make Major move up ranks

COLLINSTOWN claimed success at the first time of asking as they landed the LSL Sunday Major 1 title in their first season since making...

Bluebell hit Hide for six to close in on Mochta’s

BLUEBELL United made a big statement as they look to reel in the LSL Sunday Senior leaders St Mochta’s, sweeping to a 6-0 win over Malahide United last weekend.

Neilstown’s Danish delight

THE production line of young local talent coming out of Neilstown Boxing Club looks set to continue after a fantastic showing in the Haslev European Box Cup in Denmark last weekend.

Saints bouncing back

ST FRANCIS’ return to Leinster Senior League is powering ahead, according to reports, after the former League of Ireland club were forced to pull...

Liffey Valley true Junior underdogs

EVERY big cup needs a true underdog story, if not to win it, but at least to go much further than anyone expected. In this season’s Leinster Junior Cup, that underdog is Liffey Valley Rangers’ Saturday side who last week earned their place in the last eight.

Moyle Park boxers hold first event

MOYLE Park College’s boxing club took part in its first exhibition event last weekend as fighters took on opponents from four other clubs at...

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