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Seventh Heaven for Crumlin as they ease past last years runners up
It is eleven just versus eleven. Well that’s how Cherry Orchard boss Graham Cassin is billing his…
They set their sights finishing top of the Intermediate pile at the start of the season, but…
A late Niall Conran equaliser meant Cherry Orchard shared the spoils with Malahide United on Sunday morning.
An efficient Bluebell United brushed aside Leixlip United in their LSL tie at the Red Cow this morning.
Round three of the LFA Leinster Senior Cup has thrown up some mouth watering contests. As well…
It might not have been good for Paul Doyle’s nerves, but the last gasp come from behind victory over fellow title hopefuls Bluebell United was great for Tolka Rovers season, according to the manager.
Crumlin completely outclass St Pats CY and lay down a Senior Sunday marker in the process
Liam Kelly refrained from laying any blame on referee’s after his sides failure to retain the Michael Ward FAI Intermediate Inter Provincial title
The LSL emerged from the FAI Intermediate Inter League Tournament unbeaten but uncrowned champions after a controversial weekend of action.
Firhouse Clovers deadly duo ensured derby delight for their side in IT Tallaght early Sunday morning.
Geographically they are separated by a short five minute drive, but the in terms of football Clondalkin Celtic were streets ahead of near neighbours Rathcoole Boys in the Community Centre on Saturday afternoon.
Mark Colgan celebrated Marco Tardelli style as he completed the kind of comeback not seen since Lazarus under Friday night lights.
Philip Sheppard scored his second hat trick in two games as Cherry Orchard strolled into the second round of the FAI Intermediate Cup
LSL boss Liam Kelly admits retaining the Michael Ward inter-provincial trophy will prove ‘difficult’.
Castlepark too strong for at Enniscorthy in one sided Leinster Junior Cup match
Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month Richie Towell wants to emulate Keith Fahey by using Bluebell United and the League of Ireland as stepping stones to International football
The Leinster Senior League hit back at suggestions it has tried to lure clubs from other leagues to the LSL
Sheppard Hat Trick Inspires Orchard to first win of the Season
Wayside Celtic fell at the Leisnter Senior Cup final hurdle, failing to repeat their giant killing heroics at the semi final
Ten man Bluebell dispatch with the St Francis challenge in the Charlie Cahill Cup
Manager Graham Cassin admitted the Ballyfermott based club are undergoing a ‘rebuild’ and Cherry Orchard look set for another transition period.
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.