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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…

Ballymun Kickhams claim Dublin Senior football championship

Ballymun Kickhams claim Dublin Senior football championship

Having not won a senior club title since 2012, Ballymun Kickhams comfortably outfought last year’s champions Ballyboden St Enda’s to register only their fourth championship win to date.   This outcome looked a certainty even…

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…

Farrelly looks to continue last season’s fine form.

Farrelly looks to continue last season’s fine form.

Sacrificing her Debs night for football is proof enough that Niamh Farrelly’s recent explosion onto the Irish football scene isn’t by mishap. Being crowned FAI U19 Women’s Player of the…

Football Championship 2019 Preview

As we enter summer 2019 our attentions turn to the Football Championship and we ask ourselves a few questions. Will Dublin get their historic five in a row or will…

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…

Kerry put an end to Dub’s winning habit

Kerry put an end to Dub’s winning habit

The sun finally shone onto the Cusack Stand and Dublin’s 36-game unbeaten march finally ended on Sunday evening as Kerry earned their 20th National League crown. The game adopted a…

All-Ireland winners set for Good Counsel GAA & Camogie Club camp

All-Ireland winners set for Good Counsel GAA & Camogie Club camp

Dublin GAA players will be passing their knowledge and skills on to upcoming Dublin sportsmen and women at an underage, advanced hurling, camogie and football camp at Good Counsel GAA…

Dublin GAA championship update

Dublin GAA championship update

The Dublin SFC reached the semi-finals over the weekend, with this year’s champions to be crowned from amongst Ballyboden St Enda’s, St Vincent’s, St Jude’s and St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh.…

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