On my last visit to Bray Wanderers [for the 3-3 draw with Cobh Ramblers] a few Bray fans I was talking to mentioned that Michael ‘Locker’ Davis was very unwell, and that things didn’t look good. This was a shock, as I had known Locker for decades. Unfortunately an even
You may have seen the debate in the news about teaching History in schools last week. A draft of a report that the National Council for Curriculum Education [NCCA] will be debating next month was leaked. The draft doesn’t recommend any change to the status quo as regards teaching History
I was thinking of getting the DART to the first-ever El DARTico on Friday, but Blaise vetoed the idea. The idea of the walk to and from the station before and after the game didn’t appeal to him. So we found ourselves in the unique situation of driving to the
Fixture release day just before Christmas had the added benefit this year of saving me from another day of listening to the news from across the water; about Brexit and about Jose Mourinho’s imminent sacking from Manchester United.
I could have told United there was nothing special about Mourinho; when it’s
There have been two fixture changes in the SSE Airtricity League.
The First Division match between Cabinteely and Athlone Town, which was abandoned on Saturday due to floodlight failure at Stradbrook has been rescheduled. The fixture will now take place on Monday, June 4th, with kick-off at 3pm.
In the Premier Division,
In any city there can be more than one derby going on simultaneously. Take London for example. You could have two of the London teams playing in the Premier League; take your pick from Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea, Crystal Place, Watford and West Ham. Moving down through the divisions the city
Bohs put on a five star display as they survive an early scare to progress comfortably into the next round of the EA Sports Cup, winning 5-1 on the night
In what was a welcome distraction from their current league form, for both sides, Bohs played host to a Cabinteely side
Former Ireland manager Steve Staunton & Norman Whiteside are among the speakers for Cabinteely's 50th anniversary dinner on Saturday night.
Other include Sean & Conor Price of the 'X Factor'.
The event will take place at the Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire.
Tickets can be purchased here
What a lineup for
Bohemians are delighted to welcome Ryan Swan to the club.
The striker, 21, joins from Cabinteely having previously lined out for UCD before a brief spell with Exeter City.
A son of former Bohs striker Derek Swan, manager Keith Long is pleased to have got his man.
He said: "Ryan's served his time
As most readers will have seen, one of the most loyal servants of League of Ireland football has decided to retire from the senior game. Jason Byrne, 40 in February, will drop down to play with Bluebell United in the Leinster Senior League after 20 years banging in the goals