Clean sweep Four Celtics in Inchicore

Clean sweep Four Celtics in Inchicore

IT WAS a clean sweep for Liffey Celtics as the club saw all four of the teams they fi...

Oblate remain clear of gritty Springfield to raise the Dublin Junior Ladies Cup

Oblate remain clear of gritty Springfield to raise the Dublin Junior Ladies Cup

OBLATE Basketball Club saw their Senior Five Women’s team raise the Dublin Junior Cup...

TUD Tallaght spot on as they clinch CUFL Division One title

TUD Tallaght spot on as they clinch CUFL Division One title

By Stephen Leonard

TUD Tallaght clinched the Colleges and Universities Footba...

Templeogue girls make it a double

Templeogue girls make it a double

By Stephen Leonard

TWO out of three ain’t bad and that was the case for Templ...

Ballyboden hurlers hit the ground running

Ballyboden hurlers hit the ground running

By Hayden Moore

BALLYBODEN St Enda’s are enjoying life in AHL Division Two af...

Tallaght athletes on top of their game in Nationals

Tallaght athletes on top of their game in Nationals

TALLAGHT AC athletes were on top of their game in the last weekend’s National Senior ...

BMA Clondalkin fighters make their presence felt

BMA Clondalkin fighters make their presence felt

For full coverage from the Irish Open, click HERE to see how Tallaght MA got on and c...

Jobstown back for more

Jobstown back for more

THE National Senior Cadet Finals were bitter sweet for Jobstown Boxing Club as they s...

Impressive return for Ljays Elite fighters in Citywest

Impressive return for Ljays Elite fighters in Citywest

For full coverage from the Irish Open, click HERE to see how Tallaght MA got on and c...

Meade back on top

Meade back on top

TYLER Meade will be heading to this summer’s European Junior Boxing Championships aft...

  • 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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