Category Archive: sport

Sep 21

EAST WALL YOUTH – CLUB TIMES (from September 2014)

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    Current club times for East Wall Youth , at St. Mary’s Youth Club :    Drop-in Clubs:   Mondays: 5.30 – 7.00pm ……………………….. Early Club (ages 9 – 12) girls& boys   7.30 –9.00pm ………………………..  Late Club for teenagers (13+) Boys & Girls at secondary school level   9.15 – 10.15pm …………………….. Night Owls …

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Sep 22

Sporting heroes of 1938 recalled as the Dubs win All Ireland 2013

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As Dublin celebrates the return of Sam Maguire, there’s no better time to remember some of our own local heroes. East Wall has a proud history of sporting triumph and here is a great reminder from the Evening Herald in April 1938. As has been pointed out by Larry Redmond, ever knowledgeable on our sporting …

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Aug 21

INVITATION TO RELAUNCH OF EAST WALL WATER SPORTS GROUP

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INVITATION YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO OUR RELAUNCH EAST WALL WATER SPORTS GROUP WILL RELAUNCH IT’S EAST COAST ROWING SKIFF ON SATURDAY 24TH AUGUST Start at 1.30PM Refreshment after at the Epicentre Eastpoint Business Park The skiff has been restored by Patsy Whelan shipwright with Dublin Port Company with the help of St. Michael’s House …

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May 29

EAST WALL ROWING–ANYONE INTERESTED IN A GREAT SPORT?

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May 23

Rockin’ Road festival 2013 Sunday 26th May

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Rockin’ Road festival 2013 Sunday 26th May This Sunday come along to a fundraiser with a difference – a Rock’n’Roll and vintage car festival on our doorstep! A unique event in aid of Child Vision, there’s a great line up of bands (rockabilly, ska and classic punk), vintage vehicles of all descriptions and attractions for …

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May 20

Glen Abbey cup winners 1979

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Glen Abbey cup winners 1979 On this date 20th May 1979 East Wall United won the A.U.L. Glen Abbey cup at Tolka Park, beating Dingle United. This was just another victory in our communitys proud history of sporting success. On this anniversary we hope to bring back some memories, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy seeing …

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Nov 20

BLOODY SUNDAY 1920, THE G.A.A. AND ‘STONEWALL’ JACK O REILLY

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Bloody Sunday 1920, the G.A.A. and “Stonewall” Jack O’Reilly November 21st 1920 will be forever remembered in Dublin as Bloody Sunday. The events of that day were to lead to 31 deaths in the City, and are amongst the most notorious incidents of the era. In a co-ordinated series of early morning attacks the I.R.A. …

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