Archive for the Sport Category

Sweet Chariot carries it off

By Kathrin Kobus It was a triple whammy regarding adversaries:  New Zealand v Australia, alias Schmidt & Jones or simply Ireland v England in round one of the Six Nations. Ireland flying high in confidence after the autumn series and […]

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Clanna Gael Fontenoy: Celebrating achievemnet

By Felix O’Regan Clanna Gael Fontenoy CelebParticipation is all important. Whatever the outcome, win lose or draw, this is the unspoken motto of Clanna Gael Fontenoy.  But when special effort and particular achievement deserve recognition, the club is not found […]

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Beyond the halfway point of the Premier League Season

By David Prendeville We’ve crossed the halfway point of the Premier League season and Liverpool fans are understandably giddy, as they lead the table, four points ahead of Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. It could have been even better had Liverpool […]

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Old Wesley vs Malone -Match Review

Old Wesley vs Malone -Match Review

Match Review by Ken Browne Old Wesley just lose out to top Ulster side Malone All Ireland League – Old Wesley 17 Malone 21   Despite an early lead and a late surge Old Wesley lost out by just one […]

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Elisha Scott: The Black Panther

By Gavan Bergin Elisha Scott was born in 1893 and grew up in the Donegall Road area of Belfast. He was raised in a large, football-mad family. Two of his older brothers played international football for Ireland. Tom Scott was […]

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Old Wesley vs St Marys -Match Review

Old Wesley vs St Marys -Match Review

Old Wesley take bonus point win at Templeville Rd All Ireland League – Old Wesley 41 St. Mary’s 15 Match report by Ken Browne After December’s long overdue victory over St. Mary’s, Old Wesley travelled to Templeville Road expecting a […]

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Clanna Gael Fontenoy: It’s the season to be jolly at Clanns

  By Felix O’Regan There’s been plenty to celebrate around the Clanna Gael Fontenoy club in recent times.  And we haven’t even got to Christmas! Here are just some of the causes we’ve had for celebration.  League Champions Our U16 […]

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Sporting success for St. Pat’s Boys

By Kathrin Kobus Just before the summer break, the soccer team from St. Patrick’s B.N.S. celebrated victory in the schools’ competitions for Division 5. They succeeded with a penalty shoot-out against St. Joseph’s East Wall. It was their team captain […]

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Mick McCarthy replaces O’Neill as Ireland manager

By David Prendeville Ireland concluded their disastrous Nations League campaign and 2018 with a horrendously drab 0-0 draw against Denmark in Aarhus. Ireland’s relegation to pot C of the next Nations League and their drop to third seed for the […]

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Memorial game tonight @ 7pm Ringsend Astro Park -Ringsend Rovers vs Rathfarnham Punters

Memorial game tonight @ 7pm Ringsend Astro Park -Ringsend Rovers vs Rathfarnham Punters

Ringsend Rovers and Rathfarnham Punters  play a memorial match tonight for an ex-player who passed away at this time five years ago. Brian Morrissey, who hailed from Clonlara, Co Limerick, sadly took his own life Christmas day and since then […]

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