Archive for the Sport Category

Wrestling with Fitness

Wrestling with Fitness

Rachel Walker from Elgin Road has an impressive résumé – from wrestling to stunt double work – and has recently taken an entrepreneurial leap of faith; opening a private personal training studio, Bridge Fitness in Ballsbridge. Walker always liked fitness […]

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Irish Programme Club Fair 2015

Irish Programme Club Fair 2015

Calling all football fans! St Andrew’s Resource Centre on Pearse Street will play host to a treasure trove of football memorabilia this Sunday, as the Irish Programme Club runs its annual fair.

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Thank you, Pat Collins, and plans for 2015 and beyond

Thank you, Pat Collins, and plans for 2015 and beyond

Railway Union cricket will not be the same this season as Pat Collins will be missing. He first played for us in 2011 and returned again from Brisbane in 2012, 2013 and 2014. He was a member of our league-winning […]

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Railway U18s Retain Umbrella 7s

Railway U18s Retain Umbrella 7s

As always at Railway, there is plenty of action on the pitch at this time of year. With the season drawing to a close, most of the league action is over. All teams are in the middle of cup campaigns […]

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St Patrick’s CYFC Update

St Patrick’s CYFC Update

Well, what a difference a few weeks can make. The doom and gloom of recent months has lifted a little in terms of our position in the LSL Senior division table, with the lads putting a mini run of positive […]

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Clanns Ladies show the way

Clanns Ladies show the way

All of the Club’s teams, juvenile and senior, have been acquitting themselves well in competition since the start of the new season by playing with pride and distinction – and no shortage of skill. However, it’s our female footballers at […]

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Stella Maris Hope Cup/Row 2014

Stella Maris Hope Cup/Row 2014

Stella Maris Rowing Club completed its annual Hope Cup/Row at the tail end of 2014. The event is organised by Stella Maris on an annual basis with each year’s profits benefitting a particular charity. The 2014 charity was Pieta House, […]

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GREAT BIG LITTLE MAN

GREAT BIG LITTLE MAN

David ‘Babby’ Byrne was born in 1905 in Ringsend and lived in Thorncastle Street with his parents and ten siblings. He was known as Babby because he was the youngest of 11 children, not because he was small. From a […]

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Rugby Vs Football: The Sporting Duel Of D4

Rugby Vs Football: The Sporting Duel Of D4

Now the Six Nations is behind us and the country is still reeling from a collective hangover, we at NewsFour decided to try to lay an old ghost to rest. For many years now, our grand area of Dublin 4 […]

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Coaching and Fitness Course at Irishtown stadium

Coaching and Fitness Course at Irishtown stadium

You’re young; love football; play sport. Would you like a career teaching in it too? Yes please. That might be the profile of one of the next young hopefuls being taught in the FÁS/FAI Youth Soccer Training course in Irishtown […]

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