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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Clontarf

This year
Residents evacuated from Clontarf due to flooding caused by heavy rain
Dublin Fire Brigade have stated that firefighters from North Strand and Phibsborough fire stations were called to help
Teen jailed for two months for making hoax bomb threat in the Garda station he was detained in
The youth was being held at Clontarf Garda Station, where he snuck in a phone and rang the station claiming there was a bomb in it.
AIL leaders Clontarf overcome Ballynahinch despite suffering two yellow cards
Catch up on all the results from men’s All-Ireland Leagues.
Clontarf remain top of AIL table as Shannon consign rivals Garryowen to relegation
Catch up on all the results from the All-Ireland League Men’s divisions.
Last year
In-form Young Munster hand heavy defeat to Shannon
Elsewhere, Clontarf’s mastery of the lineout maul was the difference in their late 29-22 win over Cork Constitution at Temple Hill.
'I don't know how Paul O'Connell knew who I was. He just said, 'Howiya, Matt?''
Clontarf captain Matt D’Arcy had a stint in the pro game with Munster.
27 people in court over dozens of crimes targeting businesses in north Dublin
The charges were brought following an operation by gardaí from Clontarf, Howth and Raheny garda stations.
Gardaí investigating claim that boy was thrown from wooden bridge near popular Dublin beach
The incident is alleged to have taken place last weekend.
Inbound private cars banned from major Dublin road starting Monday
The North Strand road alterations will be in place until next year to facilitate the building of bike and bus lanes.
Gardaí appeal for help in finding missing 91-year-old man
Wilhelm Widmer is missing from Clontarf since yesterday afternoon.
38-year-old woman missing from Clontarf since Saturday
Mary O’Brien is described as being 5’, 8” tall with brown hair.
Clontarf survive frantic Terenure finish to claim AIL crown
The eagerly-awaited Dublin derby drew an attendance of 5,788, a record crowd for an AIL final at the Aviva Stadium.
'The atmosphere at our games is like something you'd get at a pro game'
Ex-Munster and Leicester back row Jordan Coghlan has loved his AIL return with Terenure.
Terenure College make history by reaching AIL decider for the first time
Terenure will meet Clontarf in the decider.
Top-of-the-table clash the highlight of this week's AIL fixtures
It’s first against second, as Clontarf take on Lansdowne.
All time
Man due in court over criminal damage incident at Dublin station
The incident occurred at around 7.20pm yesterday.
Man found dead after Dublin house fire
The fire broke out at a house in Clontarf early on Friday afternoon.
Three men arrested over graffiti damage of train at Dublin station
Gardaí were on patrol in the area on Sunday as part of an ongoing operation to target groups vandalising carriages.
Man (26) sent for trial over murder of man stabbed to death in Clontarf
The man was killed in his home, which is a residence operated by the HSE.
Man (61) charged with murder of elderly mother after fatal assault in Clontarf
Neasa Murray, 88, received fatal injuries after an assault on Sunday.
Man remains in custody after elderly woman killed in assault at house in Clontarf
The man in his 60s was arrested at the scene yesterday.
Garda probe under way after woman killed in assault at house in Clontarf
A man in his 60s was arrested at the scene.
25-year-old charged with murder of fellow resident at Clontarf HSE hostel
Sean Murphy handed himself in to gardaí yesterday.
Investigation underway after man (20s) fatally stabbed in Clontarf
Another man in his 20s was arrested and taken to Clontarf Garda Station.
'They're a great bunch of lads and they've been very welcoming' - Mayo All-Star winner on Dublin club move
It was Chris Barrett’s first competitive game since September due to injury and the lockdown.
Clontarf can't live with Ballyboden's pace and power as Basquel bags 1-10 for champions
After a bright start, Clontarf faded in the second-half.
Investigation underway after 20 bins set alight in Dublin overnight
Gardaí said no injuries were reported in the incident.
Teenage band in Dublin urged to self-isolate after contact with Covid-19 patient
The measure is part of the contact tracing process in response to the first confirmed case.
Coast Guard issues warning after reports of people putting themselves at risk during Storm Brendan
The Coast Guard said its units had talked to multiple people in the Clontarf and Howth areas today.
Mick Wallace agrees to give bank keys to Clontarf home after Christmas
The court earlier heard that Wallace threatened to burn down the property.
Dublin SFC quarter-finals confirmed as champions Kilmacud Crokes welcome Clontarf
The last five games in the group stages of the Dublin Senior Football Championship took place today.
Judge to rule next month on Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood's battle to keep their home
The judge will give his judgment on 7 October.
Pamela Flood and Ronan Ryan won't face eviction during next three weeks, judge decides
The high-profile couple were granted leave to lodge affidavits arguing whether there are grounds for the granting of a stay on a repossession order on their home.
Witness appeal over man stabbed in face outside north Dublin Dart station
The incident took place outside Clontarf Road station on Thursday evening.
Irish Civil War grenade discovered near house in north Dublin
The Army Bomb Disposal Team investigated the device and arrived on the scene at 2.35pm.
Bathing restrictions remain in place at Dublin's Dollymount
Restrictions have been lifted at seven other swimming hotspots across Dublin.
Cork Con seal second AIL title in three years with Aviva victory over Clontarf
Rob Jermyn was the star performer in an entertaining clash at Lansdowne Road.
Clontarf and Con set for mouthwatering AIL final shoot-out
It’s a replay of the 2016 final, but who will be this year’s Joey Carbery?
AIL top two set for battle as Cork Con and Clontarf meet in Division 1A final
We look ahead to tomorrow’s showpiece at the Aviva Stadium.
With Connacht calling, Lloyd is intent on balancing rugby with medicine
The scrum-half took a year out of his studies with RCSI when taking up an offer from Ulster. But this time around, he is determined to do it all.