Marks Celtic climbed to the summit of the LSL Sunday Premier Division on Tuesday night after handing newly promoted Liffey Valley Rangers a first taste of defeat this season.
Leinster Senior League
Persistence paid off Glebe North last Friday night as they registered a deserved injury time winner to collect their first three points of the new season.
It is a combination that could see Bluebell United fight their way to the top of the…
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Firhouse Clover manager Niall Byrne is optimistic that his young side can have a respectable showing in the LSL this season.
Wayside Celtic’s victory over Bray Wanderers during the week means they will play Shamrock Rovers in the next round of the Leinster Senior Cup.
Liffey Wanderers marked a return from a three year sabbatical with a score draw with Greenhills/Greenpark at Irishtown on Saturday night.
There was a double helping of debut delight for Firhouse Clover in Ringsend last Thursday night, as the Tallaght side took three points at from their away clash with St Pats CY.
Crumlin Utd earn a hard fought victory over Tolka Rovers after being pushed all the way in the LSL Senior Sunday opener.
Malahide Utd come away with a victory over Dublin Bus in the LSL Major Saturday
Sacred Heat and Bluebell play out tense draw on opening night in the LSL
Oatfield Shancastle were given a massive confidence boost ahead of their upcoming league campaign thanks to an impressive friendly victory over Cherry Orchard
The opening round of fixtures for the Leinster Senior League ‘Sunday Senior’ has offered up a host of tasty match-ups for the coming weekend.