Friday, December 15, 2017

Inverness calling for Ebbe

DEAN Ebbe will be hoping that he will soon be lining out for new club Inverness Caledonian Thistle, while life must go on back at Bluebell United.

Clon’s revenge mission

CLONDALKIN Rugby Club’s first team made up for the disappointment of losing their relegation playoff match to Wicklow last week to run up a convincing 59-8 victory over Roscrea in the Towns Cup quarter-final on Sunday.

CP duo two steps from Euro glory

BLUEBELL United’s Brian McGillivary and Ballyfermot’s Dillon Sheridan are looking forward to a marquee semi-final following the Irish Paralympic soccer team’s 6-2 defeat of...

Bell and Sheriff up the ante

BLUEBELL United’s proposed pre-season friendly game with Sheriff YC will now take on more significance as a competitive fixture after the two sides were...

Galligan on course for the Worlds

Rose-Anne Galligan is looking forward to her first world championships after she produced a stunning 800m run at the Diamond League in London last weekend to qualify for Moscow.

Marathon man Mark on awareness mission

Clondalkin man tells JAMES HENDICOTT why his 120th marathon on Bank Holiday Monday will feature a sleeping bag, a monkey hat, a tracksuit and strong messages of hope

Ormond’s world in motion

BACK home after two wins in America in recent weeks, Stephen “The Rock” Ormond is back in the Celtic Warrior Gym and targeting a World Title in 2016.

Bluebell continue to set LSL tempo

BLUEBELL United’s league winning hopes remain well and truly on course after they overcame another challenging obstacle in their quest for a first LSL Senior Sunday title since 1987.

Bell side to beat in LSL

BLUEBELL United got their title defence up and running as they proved too strong for Bangor Celtic in a 2-0 win at Capco Park on Monday night.

Homan helps Tower’s school Scoil in final

football: juniors win second title in three years

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