June 29th, 2010. In: Athletics
The IWA – Sport & CPSI joint National Athletics Championships will take place on Saturday the 3rd of July 2010 in Athlone IT, Athlone Co Westmeath.
June 29th, 2010. In: CPSI
The team announced on Saturday to represent Ireland in the Home Nations Championships are:
June 24th, 2010. In: CPSI
The Republic of Ireland will play host to the Home Nations CP Football Championships from the 1st July to Sunday 4th July. The Championships will be hosted in the grounds of Dublin City University (Dublin 9).
June 10th, 2010. In: Boccia, CPSI
Ireland’s Padraic Moran, won Gold yesterday in the BC1 Class at the World Championships in Lisbon. The Bray local, sensationally beat home favourite Portugal’s Joao Paolo Fernandez by a score of 3:2 in a thrilling final at the Estádio Universitário in Lisbon’s University complex to take victory and the Gold medal.
June 9th, 2010. In: CPSI
Following two days of non-stop round-robin play at the Boccia World Championships in Lisbon, Ireland’s Padraic Moran (BC1), Tom Leahy (BC2) and John Cronin (BC3) all look set to qualify from their pools to the knockout last 32 stage.
June 8th, 2010. In: Boccia
As the Boccia World Championships enters its final day, Bray’s Padraic Moran is the sole Irish player to remain in contention for the medals after four days of gruelling competition.
June 4th, 2010. In: Boccia
In a frustrating day at the World Boccia Championships in Lisbon, the Irish BC1/BC2 Boccia Team of Padraic Moran, Roberta Connolly, Tom Leahy and Jason Kearney ended the day in the dreaded 4th place following defeat to Spain in the bronze medal play-off match by a score of 10:5.
June 4th, 2010. In: CPSI
The first Joint Athletic Nationals, hosted by CPSI and IWA sport is being held on the 3rd July 2010 in Athlone IT.
June 4th, 2010. In: Cycling
Cycling Ireland today confirmed the Irish Squad for next weeks UCI Paracycling Road World Cup in Segovia, Spain from 8th to 13th June
June 3rd, 2010. In: CPSI
On a day of contrasting fortunes for Team Ireland at the CP-ISRA World Boccia Championships, the Irish ended the day on a high by knocking the pre tournament favourites and hosts Portugal out at the last 16 stage in Lisbon.