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Dublin brush aside Westmeath challenge

Dublin brush aside Westmeath challenge

All-Ireland champions, Dublin, recorded a routine victory over Westmeath to kick-start their championship campaign in Portlaoise on Saturday evening.  As a result of this year’s football championship having no ‘backdoor’ route for the first time in…

Classy Cork put Dublin to the sword

Classy Cork put Dublin to the sword

Cork 1-25  Dublin 0-22  Cork are through to the next round of the All-Ireland Qualifiers after a thoroughly impressive performance against a stubborn Dublin side in Semple Stadium on Saturday evening.  Cork advance to take on…

GAA suspends all club fixtures

GAA suspends all club fixtures

The GAA have suspended all club games at any level with immediate effect as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. This announcement comes after NPHET’s recommendations to impose Level 5…

GAA clubs find new ways to contribute in a time of crisis

MEMBERS of Templeogue Synge Street GAA club are certainly doing their bit in the fight against Covid19. The State’s chief medical officer Tony Holohan is a club member, as is…

GRUB is a gift as GAA club helps feed the isolated

GRUB is a gift as GAA club helps feed the isolated

A CARVERY based in Cabra GAA club Naomh Finbarra has been delivering dinners and groceries to people in isolation – and using social media to spread the word. Carl Turner…

Celebrating 25 years in business.

Celebrating 25 years in business.

South Dublin GAA club St James Gaels / An Caisleán is proud to say it have been up and running for 25 years now. Beginning as a small, all boys…

Griffith College sponsor Kevin’s GAA

Griffith College sponsor Kevin’s GAA

Griffith College have announced its sponsorship of one of the oldest GAA clubs in Dublin. Griffith College will sponsor the Kevin’s GAA club’s camogie team for the 2019 Feile na…

Cats back where they belong

Cats back where they belong

Kilkenny won their first league title since 2014 after a stunning second-half display to defeat their great rivals Tipperary and set them up nicely to regain their All Ireland Championship…

Dublin regain their Division 1 crown

Dublin regain their Division 1 crown

Dublin claimed their 13th Allianz Football League title after defeating Galway by four points at Croke Park. Despite playing the last third of the game with only 14 men, it…

Dubs looked primed for four in a row bid

Dubs looked primed for four in a row bid

The 131st All-Ireland Football Championship will take place in the summer of 2018 and once again, it’s hard to look past the all-conquering Dublin team who have won the last…

Jeff and Kammy talk their journey to Croker

Jeff and Kammy talk their journey to Croker

By Donagh Corby & Rob O’Halloran Dublin’s historic 1-16 to 1-15 All-Ireland Football Final victory over Mayo captured the imagination of the biggest RTE audience of the year, but Irish…

Dublin win the All-Ireland

Dublin win the All-Ireland

By Paul Hyland Dublin completed an unprecedented All-Ireland three-in-a-row, in after beating Mayo, by the narrowest of margins, in last Sunday’s final.               The…

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