Archive for the Sport Category

Godwin – The Legend of Goodison

Godwin – The Legend of Goodison

Tommy Godwin was born in 1927 and grew up in Ringsend opposite the bus garage. As a boy he played football in the neighbourhood streets every chance he got and grew up to be tall, with wide shoulders and strong […]

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New Season awaits Bowling Club

New Season awaits Bowling Club

NewsFour attended the Herbert Park Bowling Club, meeting with members during a practice match, at the commencement of the summer season. The Bowling Club are a social club, ideal for making friends, keeping fit and for the love of bowling. […]

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Have Your Say with the Sports and Wellbeing Survey

Have Your Say with the Sports and Wellbeing Survey

Dublin City Council has recently established the Dublin City Sport and Wellbeing Partnership, which aims to improve the quality of life for people living and working in Dublin.

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Clanns Celebrate Achievements

Clanns Celebrate Achievements

What better way to mark the end of the year, and indeed look forward to the new year, than to celebrate the activities and achievements of various of our players and mentors. So the Clanna Gael Fontenoy (Clanns) annual dinner […]

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Railway Union cricketers travel the world

Railway Union cricketers travel the world

No less than five young cricketers from Railway Union in Sandymount are currently abroad where they will enjoy the opportunity to play and practice daily at very high standards in the run-up to the forthcoming season. At an enjoyable event […]

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Rainbow Warriors Gets Up and Running

Rainbow Warriors Gets Up and Running

Irishtown Stadium has recently been playing host to a new running club for children on the Autism Spectrum or with special needs – the Rainbow Warriors! This team of 12 athletes between the ages of 8 and 12 meet at […]

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Railway Union Hockey

Railway Union Hockey

Railway Union Men’s Hockey team won the Leinster Hockey Neville Cup for the third time in five years on St. Stephen’s Day at Serpentine Avenue, Ballsbridge. when Polish striker Mateusz Nowakowski applied a suitably spectacular winning touch to win a […]

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Hillview United

Hillview United

In the Christmas issue of NewsFour, in Jimmy Purdy’s article on page 24, the football team pictured was incorrectly named as Markievicz Celtic. It was, in fact, the Hillview United team pictured and named in the caption. Printed again is […]

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Jimmy Dunne – Soccer Player

Jimmy Dunne – Soccer Player

My reason for writing this story concerns all the talk about Jamie Vardy in the English Premier League scoring eleven consecutive goals, and so equalling Ruud van Nistlerooy’s twelve year old Premier League record; or has he? I want to […]

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Railway Union Table Quiz

Railway Union Table Quiz

It’s time to get your thinking caps on for Railway Union Cricket Club’s table quiz! Railway Union’s clubhouse will play host to a battle of wits at 8pm on Friday, February 12.

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