By Chloe Mustaki (@CMustaki)
The Ireland Women’s Universities Squad recently took part in the 2019 FISU Summer Universiade in Naples. Dave Connell’s side defied the odds by reaching the semi-finals, losing on penalties to Russia. Ultimately, the Irish girls had to settle for fourth place, a remarkable achievement in itself.
Continue reading “Ireland Universities captain Chloe Mustaki talks about their amazing run to the semi-finals of the World University Games”
Less than two weeks after leaving Cobh Ramblers, following two spells as manager over 15 years, Stephen Henderson is back in football, as Head of Youth Development at Shelbourne Football Club.
Continue reading “Stephen Henderson back in the football as Youth Development Officer at Shelbourne”
The opening games of the Women’s National League Cup took place over the weekend with four quarter-finals down for decision.
Continue reading “Jarrett scores a hat-trick, while Limerick shock Galway in WNL League Cup”
yesterday’s statement by Bohemians football club on their issues with Tesco’s right of way, Shelbourne have tonight issue d their own statement where they echo the views of their Dublin neighbours . Continue reading “Shelbourne release their own statement regarding Dalymount Park”
At the end of last season St Patrick’s Athletic winger Conan Byrne (pictured above with Ian Morris and Oscar Brennan) was forced to make the decision to leave the club he had served with distinction for 6 seasons.
Continue reading “Conan Byrne ‘aiming for promotion’ with Shelbourne as the First Division kicks off”
After a hugely successful spell as a player and Youth Development Officer at Bohemians, where the club won numerous underage titles along with the the development of many young players who went on to feature for Keith Long’s Senior side, Ian Morris has left the club to become the new manager of First Division side Shelbourne FC.
Continue reading “Morris takes the reigns at Shelbourne”
Shelbourne claimed back-to-back Leinster Senior League Cup titles following their penalty shoot-our victory over their Dublin rivals St Patrick’s Athletic on Friday evening. The hero for Shels on the night was goalkeeper Lee Steacy, who incidentally was battling a bad flu, as he picked up the man-of-the-match award.
Continue reading “Cup hero Steacy ready to step up to be a Number 1”
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On Friday evening,
Shelbourne extended their winless run at home to five games after Owen Heary’s side squandered a first-half lead before drawing 1-1 against UCD. An early Chris Lyons goal was cancelled out by a second-half looping headed effort from Georgie Kelly, and after the game the Shels boss spoke about his side’s performance. Continue reading “Shels boss Owen Heary “I’ll sit down and talk to the fans no problem” “
Sligo Rovers v Shelbourne Sligo Rovers are into the semi-finals of the Mark Farren U-17 Cup after a 2-0 victory over Shelbourne at the Showgrounds last night. Continue reading “Callaghan the hero as Sligo move into the semi-finals”
Shelbourne met Longford Town for the second time in four days, and managed to reach the quarter-finals of the U-17 Mark Farren Cup with a 3-2 victory.
Continue reading “Quality finishing sends Shelbourne into the Mark Farren Cup quarter-finals “