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Jennings signs Stoke deal

FORMER St Francis FC star James Jennings has finally put pen to paper on a contract that sees him officially start his first year...

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...

Ormond’s home comforts

AFTER a couple of years away from home, Stephen Ormond will finally step into the ring in Dublin again as he looks set to ignite what will be hopefully be a busy and productive time for the Clondalkin man.

The Rock closes in on title shot

CLONDALKIN boxer Stephen “The Rock” Ormond is preparing himself for a potential eliminator fight that, if he wins, will finally give a shot at becoming a world champion.

O’Loughlin leads field at Dungarvan U-15 race

PROMISING Clondalkin runner Louis O’Loughlin continued his excellent year by becoming a national champion after winning the Under-15 boys’ novice and uneven ages cross country championship last Sunday

Bluebell end the wait

BLUEBELL UNITED have finally secured a long-awaited Leinster Senior League title, their first since 1987, having led the Sunday Senior’s top tier of Leinster intermediate football almost from start to finish.

Lynch set for big debut

CLONDALKIN motorbike racer Nicole Lynch will make her debut in the WIL Sport European Junior Cup in Spain on Saturday, April 3, becoming the first Irish female rider to ever be selected for the competition.

Tower’s draw Lucan in classic SFC draw

ROUND Tower, Clondalkin have drawn Lucan Sarsfields in the first round of the Dublin senior football championship in what promises to be a thriller.

Gavin wary of pro ballers

ROUND Tower’s man Jim Gavin reckons the professional football experience in Kildare’s ranks could give the challengers an edge during Sunday’s Leinster Championship final...

There’s no stopping Dublin Bus after comprehensive win over Sacred Heart

Neilstown side starting to click as leaders suffer shock 0-4 defeat

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