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St Kevin’s hurling and Camogie plea against sale of Dolphin park land.

St Kevin’s hurling and camogie GAA club is in danger of losing its playing pitches in Dolphins Park because of the planned sale of the land for development. The club…

Commercial Rowing Club recruiting for summer

Commercial Rowing Club recruiting for summer

Commercial Rowing Club, located in Longmeadows, Islandbridge, are looking to recruit new members interested in the activity just in time for summer. One of Ireland’s biggest rowing clubs, Commercial has…

Donore Boxing Club promised new premises within five years.

Donore Boxing Club promised new premises within five years.

Donore Boxing Club in the Liberties has been in its current home in St Teresa’s Gardens since 1972. The club, as it stands, is just two flats conjoined. The building…

SSE Airtricity League more competitive than ever

SSE Airtricity League more competitive than ever

We’re almost halfway through this season’s Airtricity League and unlike recent years, the division has been much more fierce with teams battling it out at both ends of the table.…

Cats back where they belong

Cats back where they belong

Kilkenny won their first league title since 2014 after a stunning second-half display to defeat their great rivals Tipperary and set them up nicely to regain their All Ireland Championship…

Dublin regain their Division 1 crown

Dublin regain their Division 1 crown

Dublin claimed their 13th Allianz Football League title after defeating Galway by four points at Croke Park. Despite playing the last third of the game with only 14 men, it…

Dubs looked primed for four in a row bid

Dubs looked primed for four in a row bid

The 131st All-Ireland Football Championship will take place in the summer of 2018 and once again, it’s hard to look past the all-conquering Dublin team who have won the last…

Cork and Dundalk set to do battle once again.

Cork and Dundalk set to do battle once again.

This season’s League of Ireland campaign is set to be the tightest in five years as the likes of Cork City, Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk go up against each other…

Samcro out to live up to the hype as the Cheltenham Festival rolls into town

Samcro out to live up to the hype as the Cheltenham Festival rolls into town

The Cheltenham Festival is back, and for racing purists, this really is the greatest show on earth. This year, Samcro is the so-called Irish ‘banker’ of the four-day bonanza. Described…

Boys in blue off to a flyer

The Dublin footballers have made a blistering start to their division one campaign with four wins from four matches. It started under the lights at Croke Park when they beat…

Allianz Hurling League Review

Allianz Hurling League Review

Pat Gilroy’s new Dublin hurling squad started the league with a disappointing defeat to Offaly in Croke Park. The visitors led by five points at half-time and secured their first…

Bohemians claim Dublin derby bragging rights

Bohemians claim Dublin derby bragging rights

Bohemians came out on top in the first Dublin derby of the season after coming from behind to beat Shamrock Rovers 3-1 at a sold out Dalymount Park. The visitors…

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