Local Special Olympians hope Winter Games can be rescued

Local Special Olympians hope Winter Games can be rescued

By Stephen Leonard

THE National Winter Games will be the primary event o...

McSweeney is impressed by his players’ focus

McSweeney is impressed by his players’ focus

SHAMROCK Rovers Amputee Manager Stuart McSweeney has been blown away by the efforts o...

Geoghegan’s EUSA Games hopes put on hold

Geoghegan’s EUSA Games hopes put on hold

PAUL Geoghegan will have to wait until next year to get the chance to compete in the ...

Templeogue Tennis Club rising to the challenge

Templeogue Tennis Club rising to the challenge

TEMPLEOGUE Tennis Club is certainly stepping up to the tremendous challenge posed by ...

Frost working towards Paris

Frost working towards Paris

By Stephen Leonard

ONE OF Ireland’s most exciting badminton players, Kat...

40 years of unforgettable Olympic moments

40 years of unforgettable Olympic moments

By Stephen Leonard

WITH The Echo preparing to celebrate its 40th Anniver...

Power’s Tokyo dreams boosted by postponement of the Games

Power’s Tokyo dreams boosted by postponement of the Games

By Stephen Leonard

WHEN one door closes, another one opens for some athl...

March team of the month: TU Dublin Tallaght Men's Soccer Team

March team of the month: TU Dublin Tallaght Men's Soccer Team

By Stephen Leonard

TU DUBLIN Tallaght Men’s soccer team are The Echo Tea...

March Sports Star of the Month: John Travers

March Sports Star of the Month: John Travers

By Stephen Leonard

DONORE Harriers Athletic Club star John Travers has b...

“Tallaght was a great learning experience for me” – Kenny

“Tallaght was a great learning experience for me” – Kenny

By Stephen Leonard

NEWLY-appointed Republic of Ireland Senior team manag...

  • Tallaght father Mick Morrissey issues an important message after his son Alex tragically passed away
  • Sixteen of Ireland’s most iconic sports stars join forces
  • A message from Stephen Kenny
  • Happy Mother's Day - Sea of Change Choir
  • The Echo speaks to Trish Nolan manager of the South Dublin County Volunteer Centre

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