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Why should you move to Phibsboro ?

Why should you move to Phibsboro ?

Named amongst “the 40 coolest neighbourhoods in the world” by Time Out in 2020, the heart of the Northside has no reason to envy anywhere in Dublin. Located in Dublin…

St. Brendan’s response to Covid-19

St. Brendan’s response to Covid-19

As lockdowns continue to grip Ireland for the third time, The Liberty hears how a Grangegorman GAA club has been affected by the pandemic. In March last year, the GAA…

Inter-county further delayed as GAA players wait in limbo

Inter-county further delayed as GAA players wait in limbo

Taoiseach Michael Martin has dealt another blow to GAA players and clubs after current level 5 restrictions were extended further until 5 April. “We have an appetite to go back…

Third level GAA competitions cancelled

Third level GAA competitions cancelled

The GAA have confirmed the cancellation of all third level competitions, including the Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cups for the current college academic year.  This decision comes after the Government put…

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…

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…

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…

Cats reign supreme as Dubs see red: Dublin v Kilkenny

Cats reign supreme as Dubs see red: Dublin v Kilkenny

The stands were full in Parnell Park on Sunday, as Ger Cunningham’s young Dublin side looked to avoid a relegation playoff by beating Brian Cody’s Kilkenny team. Sadly for Dublin,…

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…

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