November Team of the Month

St Patrick's Athletic FC's Under 15 National League side have been named The Echo Team of the Month for November after they completed a National League and Cup double last month.

Jamie Doyle and Cian O'Malley discussed the team's successful season with Echo Sports Editor Stephen Leonard.

November Sports Star of the Month

South Dublin Taekwondo’s Jack Woolley is The Echo’s November Sports Star of the Month after he emerged from his final ‘open event’ of the year, the French Open ‘G2’ with silver in Paris, marking the Tallaght man’s eighth podium of the year at World Ranking contests.

Stewarts School fundraiser

Stewarts School in Palmerstown are fundraising to buy playground equipment for a specialist, inclusive playground that will give every child the opportunity to play, learn and grow at its new school building.

Affidea Ireland's Walk-In Clinic is open till 10pm every day

Affidea Ireland’s ExpressCare Minor Injuries & Illnesses Walk-In Clinic at Tallaght Cross East is open all-year round, from 10am to 10pm.

The clinic is located just 200 meters from Tallaght University Hospital and offers fast and professional care for all injuries and illnesses, whether your child has an injury, bite, burn or infection.

No appointment is necessary at the Walk-in Clinic, there is fast turnaround times and onsite access to an X-ray, MRI, ultrasound and CT scans.

Saoirse Women's Refuge 16-hour sleep out fundraiser

Spirits were high when The Echo visited the Institute of Technology Tallaght tonight for Saoirse Women's Refuge 16-hour sleep out to raise awareness of the number of women and children who end up in homeless hubs after fleeing their homes from domestic violence.

They are also fundraising for Saoirse's new refuge in South Dublin County.

  • 400 participate in sixth annual Run For Rita
  • The Echo Sport February Team of the Month - Templeogue College U16A Basketball Team
  • The Echo February Sports Star of the Month Award - Jack Woolley
  • Hero's welcome for Special Olympians Eimear Gannon and Rachel Murray
  • Stephen Kenny's reign as Republic of Ireland Under 21 manager got off to a winning start

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