October 9th, 2013

Waiting finally over for Pearse’s and Treacy’s

By Damian Dolan. Four weeks after they were originally scheduled to lock horns, Brothers Pearse and Sean Treacy’s will finally slug it out next weekend to determine who’ll face defending champions St Gabriel’s in the county [...]

Kiernan’s have a point to prove against Gaels

By Damian Dolan. St Kiernan’s will not want reminding of the last time they faced Tir Chonaill Gaels in a Senior Championship semi-final, or indeed their recent semi-final record come to that. Twelve months ago Kiernan’s [...]

I’m in!

By Damian Dolan. Paul Coggins could be ratified as London manager for a fourth year at next Monday night’s (October 14) county board meeting at Ruislip. Management met on October 7 and are expected to put [...]

Final push for Kingdom and Fulham

By Damian Dolan. Touted as ones to watch this year, Kingdom Kerry Gaels could so easily have been watching this year’s championship semi-finals from the bank. Just one more point at the Scrubs would have given [...]

Mitchel’s in seventh heaven as champs go out

John Mitchel’s 4-12, St Peter’s 0-09 By Martin Mannering. John Mitchels reached their seventh consecutive Lancashire final with a resounding victory over the defending champions at Old Bedians on Sunday. St Peter’s have had something of [...]

Time for the rugby to do the talking

By Damian Dolan. To the backdrop of meeting room wranglings over the very future of the Heineken Cup and its poor relation, the Amlin Challenge Cup, Munster, Leinster, Ulster and Connacht go into European battle next [...]

Brendan’s a step closer to bridging 18-year gap

St Brendan’s 4-16, Liverpool Wolfe Tones 0-08. By Martin Mannering. Summer invaded October as the Lancashire championship semi-finals were played on a glorious day in Manchester. In the opener, Liverpool Wolfe Tones, still a club in [...]

Murphy’s power to victory

Fr Murphy’s 4-10, John Mitchels 1-04 By Martin Mannering. Fr Murphy’s proved much too strong for John Mitchels in the final of the All Britain Ladies Intermediate Championship final at Parc na hEireann on Saturday, and [...]

Pogues guitarist loses cancer battle at 56

Shelley Marsden Phil Chevron, the guitarist, singer and songwriter for the Celtic punk band The Pogues, died on Tuesday (September 8) in Dublin following a long-fought battle with head and throat cancer. He was 56. Chevron, [...]

Giro d’Italia route to take in Belfast, Dublin

Shelley Marsden THE ROUTE for next year’s Giro d’Italia, which which will run from May 9 to June 1 and include three days in Northern Ireland and Republic, has been revealed. According to organisers the gruelling [...]