Rampant RISSC Annihilate Argyle...29/01/2006
A Mick Coffey hat trick helped RISSC (London) to continue their challenge for the APFSCIL League Division 2 title with a resounding 8-0 thrashing of a hapless Plymouth Argyle outfit, at Perivale, this afternoon...More>
Charity Quiz Night a huge success…29/01/2006
St. Luke’s Hospice, Kenton will receive a donation of £500 following the very successful sports quiz event held at the Crown Moran Hotel on Friday evening. The proceeds from the competition and raffle were matched by the Club to provide the above contribution...More>
U21s bound for Baku…27/01/2006
The Republic of Ireland U21 side, managed by Don Givens, will meet Azerbaijan over two legs in the preliminary round of the 2007 European Championship, the finals of which will take place in Holland during July 2007. The first leg will be played in Baku with the second leg at home and both matches must be completed by 15 July 2006. The winners of the tie will face Belgium and Greece in a home and away mini-group, the winners of which will proceed to the next knockout stage, which will also be played over two legs.
Ireland face Czech Republic and Germany…27/01/2006
Stephen Staunton’s Republic of Ireland will make their competitive debut in an enthralling Group D of the EURO 2008 Championships. Ireland will meet top seeds the Czech Republic together with Germany, Slovakia, Wales, Cyprus and San Marino. With the exception of familiar rivals Cyprus, all of the away trips are logistically of a relatively simple nature and Staunton and his team can expect to receive a huge volume of support.
Ireland in mix for Madeira…25/01/2006
Stephen Ireland who has given some very impressive performances for Manchester City in the Premiership this season, has as expected, been selected in the 20 man squad, announced today by Don Givens, for the Madeira Under 21 International Tournament to be played during Mid February 2006...More>
Summit in sight for RISSC…22/01/2006
The RISSC (London) football team continued their relentless pursuit of APFSCIL League Division Two leaders, Manchester United Supporters Club, with a comfortable 4-1 victory over bottom side Blackburn Rovers at the LPR Sports Ground this afternoon. Two goals from Mauricio Carillo and further strikes from Gary Stockwell and player manager Paul Franklin enabled RISSC to close the gap to three points, and with a game in hand, the run in to the finish is reaching an exciting climax...More>
Staunton unveiled to the public...16/01/2006
The newly appointed Ireland senior management team headed by Stephen Staunton was formally introduced to the public at a press conference held in the Mansion House, Dublin this morning. Staunton, accompanied by consultant Bobby Robson and coaches, Alan Kelly and Kevin McDonald responded to a lively series of questions put to them by the media fraternity. Staunton confirmed that he had already embarked on the process of identifying candidates for inclusion in his first squad to face Sweden on 1 March 2006.
RISSC hit Bristol for six…16/01/2006
The RISSC (London) football team reduced the gap at the top of the APFSCIL League with a resounding 6 nil home victory over Bristol City on Sunday afternoon. The goals were shared by six different players and in addition to narrowing the points difference, the team is also making inroads into the goals advantage currently enjoyed by the leaders….More>
Stephen Staunton appointed Manager…13/01/2006
The Football Association of Ireland this afternoon confirmed the appointment of Stephen Staunton, former captain and record international cap holder with 102 appearances, as the new manager of the Senior International Team. Sir Bobby Robson takes up the position of International Football Consultant with Kevin McDonald, the former Liverpool midfielder and current reserve team coach at Aston Villa, appointed Coach and Alan Kelly as Goalkeeping Coach.
Mark making good progress…09/01/2006
We are pleased to report that Under 19 International Mark Keane of Bohemians, is making good progress following the serious injury he sustained on his competitive debut for Ireland…More>
RISSC continue on winning way…08/01/2006
Following a four week break, the RISSC (London) football team resumed their challenge for promotion from Division Two of the APFSCIL League with a comfortable 3 nil victory over London Scottish at the LPR Ground on Sunday afternoon... Report>
Welcome to the New Year… 02/01/2006
The committee of RISSC (London) wishes a Happy New Year to all members, their families and friends. The Club looks forward to what should be an eventful and exciting 2006 which will kick off on Friday the 27th January when the draw for EURO 2008 will take place. On that same evening the Club will hold its first meeting of the New Year, when our Inter County Charity Sports Quiz will be a feature of the night.
The Craic’s still good in Cricklewood…02/01/2006
We still drink in the Crown, beneath those silver chandeliers and pastel shades of cream and green and golden brown, that adorn that great historic mansion since Moran came to town… More>