dlr on the crest of a wave with win over galway

DLR on the crest of a Wave with win over Galway

By Dave Donnelly DLR Waves continued their positive beginning to the period with a hard-earned 2-1 gain Galway at the UCD Bowl on Saturday in the Female’s National League Objectives from new signing Kate Mooney and Katie Malone saw the south Dublin side continue their…

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keaney finishes 20 year job traversing the codes in sky blue

Keaney finishes 20-year job traversing the codes in sky blue

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s Conal Keaney will certainly step back from intercounty GAA after 20 years, going across both football and also tossing codes to immaculate impact, winning Leinster champions in both. In hurling, he was a protagonist in Dublin hurling’s most recent greatest days such…

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tenniss new number builds up

Tennis’s new Number builds up

MONKSTOWN’S Conor Gannon, Donnybrook’s Juliana Carton, Sutton’s Aisling O’Connor as well as Malahide’s Sarah O’Connor were all amongst the lucky players to aid launch the Irish leg of the brand-new ITF Globe Tennis Number rating system. The new position approach is being presented worldwide with…

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myler hails defence as ucd remain unbeaten

Myler hails defence as UCD remain unbeaten

League of Ireland First Division– UCD 0– Bray Wanderers 0 By Dave Donnelly UCD’s unbeaten begin to the season continued with a hard-fought scoreless draw with Bray Wanderers in Belfield on Friday evening. The Students kept their second successive clean sheet, adhering to a 4-0…

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waves not left spinning around regardless of kylie objective

Waves not left spinning around regardless of Kylie objective

Women’s nationwide organization– DLR Waves 1– Wexford Youths 1 BY Dave Donnelly DLR Waves were denied an opening-day gain Wexford Youths by a controversial second-half equaliser from Kylie Murphy on Saturday. Carla McManus gave the south Dublin side the perfect opening with her very first…

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watkins says big gb scalp has green army marching on to bigger challenges

Watkins says big GB scalp has Green Army marching on to bigger challenges

MONKSTOWN’S Chloe Watkins says Ireland’s recent victory over reigning Olympic gold medalists Great Britain is both hugely important and unimportant at the same time as the Green Army mount up for a big summer ahead.  She played a starring role in central midfield as Ireland…

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Intel to Invest $7 Billion & Create 1,600 Jobs in Ireland as Part of Global Expansion

Another great success for the East Coast of Ireland, and the economy. Intel is set to create 1,600 jobs in Ireland, as part of its global endeavour to increase its chipmaking capabilities. The expansion will mark the first phase of support for a new foundry…

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Funding Awarded to Regeneration Projects in Clonburris and Adamstown

Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien has announced that €186.32 million has been awarded to South Dublin County Council to fund regeneration projects in Clonburris and Adamstown. This announcement represents a great show of support in delivering 9,000 new homes and new…

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dun laoghaire man honoured with irish sailing volunteer of the year

Dun Laoghaire man honoured with Irish Sailing Volunteer of the Year

** Sailing Ireland’s Volunteer of the Year John Leahy From pirates in Ethiopia; to shipwrecks in Dublin Bay; to transporting Queen Elizabeth II to Thailand, to gun-running out of Howth, the Cruising Association of Ireland’s Tuesday Night Talks – or TNT as they have become known – proved a rich vein of entertainment for…

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Tallaght University Hospital’s COVID-19 story documented in RTÉ Investigates

There was hope at the start of the year with the rumour of an impending rollout of vaccines for Covid-19. However, make no mistake that Ireland is still fighting hard against the third wave of infections following a steep rise in cases and sadly, fatalities….

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