Archive for the Sport Category

Reg Ryan The Schemer – Part 2

Gavan Bergin Reg continued to play at left-half for West Brom until he was moved to the inside-forward position midway through the 1949/50 season. That change worked well for West Brom, who had been in relegation trouble.They started scoring again […]

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CLANNA GAEL

Proud of our Girls in Blue Clanna Gael Fontenoy is proud of each and every one of our players – juveniles, adults, boys, girls, mens and ladies. However, we do need to recognise when our players achieve truly outstanding performances. […]

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FAI Announce Euro 2028 Bid

Dvid Prendeville The Football Association of Ireland recently announced that they, along with their counterparts in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales will make a bid to host Euro 2028. This comes after Dublin was scheduled to play host to […]

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All Ireland League – Old Wesley 29 Naas 19

Matches between these two sides have always been keenly fought, and this one was no different.Apart from an early Ian Cassidy penalty goal from 37 metres the first 15 minutes of the match showed no difference between the two sides […]

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Back to Hockey at Muckross

After a well-deserved Christmas break it was back to hockey for all in Muckross in early January. We temporarily said goodbye to the Head Coach of our Sunday Academy Sophie Hjselth who started a six-month Erasmus. We were delighted to […]

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Bash of the Titans : Katie Taylor looks to cement her legacy in biggest fight in female boxing history

Ireland’s own Katie Taylor is set to defend her WBA,WBC, IBF, WBO and The Ring lightweight titles against Amanda Serrano on April 30 in what is being described as the “biggest fight ever in women’s boxing.” The pound-for-pound #1 and […]

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Reg Ryan – The Schemer

Gavan Bergin Reg Ryan was born in Dublin in October 1925. He lived in the Marino area of Dublin until the late 1930s, when he emigrated with his family to England. Reg was very good at sports. He played Gaelic […]

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Old Wesley gain important lead in All Ireland League

On January 22 past Old Wesley extended their lead in AIL Division 1B with a 21-16 win over Banbridge. 2nd placed Highfield lost out to Armagh meaning Old Wesley are now 6 points clear at the top. Old Wesley had […]

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Old Wesley take on Armagh in All Ireland League in Donnybrook

After a five-week gap Old Wesley returned to AIL rugby in January with a return fixture against City of Armagh at Donnybrook. Prior to kick-off both teams and spectators observed a minute’s silence in memory of Paddy Bewley, a Life […]

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History Making at Railway Union

Railway Union Football Club has registered a girls only team in the Dublin District Soccer League (DDSL) this year, for the first time in the club’s 117 year history.   Railway Union Football Club was founded in 1904 as a senior mens football club.  […]

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