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Ireland’s U21 captain Jayson Molumby satisfied following victory over

Ireland’s U21 captain Jayson Molumby satisfied following victory over

Ireland’s U21 football team overcame the challenge of Luxembourg Sunday, to kick start their Euro championships qualifiers in impressive fashion. Following a cautious opening from both sides at Tallaght Stadium,…

Phoenix Park is a great place to play cricket

Phoenix Park is a great place to play cricket

Civil Service, a club founded in 1863 in the Phoenix Park, is one of the oldest cricket clubs in Leinster. Located in a picturesque part of the Phoenix Park directly…

Cheltenham Festival Preview

Cheltenham Festival Preview

Ireland look to have a very strong hand going into this year’s Cheltenham Festival as Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliot and Joseph O’Brien among others look to fire their best bullets…

James Talbot returns to League of Ireland

James Talbot returns to League of Ireland

Having played for Sunderland and Darlington FC previous to his current spell at Bohemians, it’s hard to believe James Talbot is still only 21. Having moved across the water to…

Irish Wrestling: A struggle to find a new home

Irish Wrestling: A struggle to find a new home

For years, the Tivoli has been home to many different events. District 8, concerts, and other social events, all graced the stage of the theatre. It was also the monthly…

Is Zverev on the road to world dominance?

Is Zverev on the road to world dominance?

On the 6th of July 2003 Roger Federer beat Mark Philippoussis to win Wimbledon and claim his first Grand Slam title. Since then men’s tennis has had a predictable ring…

Cross Counter provides Britain with their first ‘Cup’ win

Cross Counter provides Britain with their first ‘Cup’ win

They bill it as the ‘race that stops a nation’ down under and it turned out to be exactly that with the Charlie Appleby trained, Cross Counter, winning the Melbourne…

Youthful Bohs side begin historic UEFA Youth League journey

Youthful Bohs side begin historic UEFA Youth League journey

  Bohemians have arguably led the way in terms of youth football in recent years, with multiple young stars like Warren O’Hora, Paddy Kirk, Daniel Grant and most recently Ali…

Molinari makes history as Europe cruise to Ryder Cup victory

Molinari makes history as Europe cruise to Ryder Cup victory

  Europe won their fourth Ryder Cup in five years after defeating the USA on a score line of 17.5 to 10.5. In truth, it was comfortable for the Europeans…

James’ Gate floored by strong Leixlip

James’ Gate floored by strong Leixlip

  St James’ Gate’s struggling start to the season continues as they lost 4-1 to a strong Leixlip United side in their Leinster Senior League Saturday Major 1C encounter at…

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…

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