Archive for the Sport Category

Donnybrook Lawn Tennis club celebrates 125 years with open day

By Paul Carton Donnybrook Lawn Tennis Club is celebrating its 125th year in existence with an open day for the general public. The event is on this Sunday the 8th of July, begins midday and runs until 4pm. The club […]

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Pentathlon medal for Dublin 4

By Paul Carton Donnybrook based UCD student Arthur Lanigan-O’Keefe has become the first Irish athlete to win a medal in the UIPM Pentathlon World Cup final. The event which was held in Kazakhstan this year consists of five events in […]

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Shamrock Rovers beat Derry at Tallaght Stadium

By Paul Carton  Daniel Carr gave an impressive display for Shamrock Rovers at the Tallaght stadium on Friday night as they beat Derry City 2-0. This result puts Rovers in 4th position, three points ahead of Derry but a good […]

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The Railblazers

The Railblazers

Railway Union is a big club catering for various sports and for all ages. Prime among them is hockey. There are five women’s teams, five men’s teams, two veterans’ teams, a thriving junior section and then there are the Railblazers. […]

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All-in-a-Row for rescue charities

All-in-a-Row for rescue charities

By Paul Carton  Ireland’s lifeboat, under water search and rescue charities were each presented with cheques of €6,980 at the Poolbeg Yacht Club on the 2nd of February. Aqua sports clubs from around the country raised the money for The […]

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Why Squash Matters

Why Squash Matters

By Mark Kelly   The benefits of joining SPORTSCO Squash Club, Mark Kelly enthuses, permeate body and mind, and extend beyond the four walls of a squash court to friendships, foreign lands and lifelong learning. This piece will focus on […]

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Mid Season Football Round-up

By Paul Carton After gaining promotion to Major Saturday League 1A last season, Ringsend Rovers are in a good position to achieve back to back promotions as they are currently in third place, three points behind leaders Broadford Rovers but […]

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Rugby reads

By Kathrin Kobus Eoin Madden is mad about rugby. That wasn’t always the case. Author Gerard Siggins told the story of the fictional schoolboy Eoin Madden in five previous books, charting his way from learning to play rugby and becoming […]

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TENNIS MAKES FOR A HAPPIER LIFE

WE ARE DELIGHTED TO WELCOME YOU TO LANSDOWNE LAWN TENNIS CLUB Lansdowne LTC has a fantastic, new clubhouse. We have 11 top quality, synthetic grass tennis courts suitable for year-round weather conditions. Lansdowne is a members’ club that caters for […]

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Rugby seating needs upgrade

Rugby seating needs upgrade

By Paul Carton A precarious seating issue at the RDS stadium during the Guinness PRO14 game between Leinster Rugby and Ulster Rugby on Saturday the 6th of January required the Gardaí and stand security to shut down that particular row […]

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