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Football

DCU suffer unexpected Sigerson exit against St. Mary’s

February 22, 2017

DCU Dóchas Éireann 2-13 St. Mary’s 2-14 AET Sigerson Cup quarter-final Despite Enda Smith’s two second half goals for DCU, St. Mary’s fought back to force extra time, eventually winning by the narrowest of margins

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Athletics

Irish Pole Vaulting in need of more support

February 22, 2017

A lack of support is stunting the development of pole vaulting as a sport in Ireland, claims DCU student and athlete Brian Flynn. “Although the sport is growing in popularity the whole time, there’s simply

DCU line up before their decisive Fitzgibbon Cup game against Trinity College. Credit: Inpho
GAA

Lacklustre DCU progress to Fitzgibbon quarter-final

February 8, 2017

Trinity College 1-14 Dublin City University 0-19 Fitzgibbon Cup first round Tuesday, February 7th in Santry was a night of firsts for the Fitzgibbon men of DCU. It was the first time they ever won

DCU Soccer Development Officer Fran Butler has overseen unprecedented success at DCU. Credit: Laura Horan
Soccer

Kelly’s last minute penalty secures semi-final berth

February 8, 2017

Institute of Technology Carlow 3 Dublin City University 4 CUFL Premier Division quarter-final   Luke Kelly’s 90th minute penalty gave Dublin City University a 4-3 win over reigning champions IT Carlow on Wednesday, February 1st.

DCU suffered a three-point defeat in their opening Fitzgibbon Cup game. Credit: Darragh Culhane
GAA

LIT smash and grab to down unlucky DCU.

February 8, 2017

Dublin City University 0-15 Limerick Institute of Technology 2-12 Fitzgibbon Cup first round Two second half goals from Galway senior Paul Killeen were enough to fire Limerick IT to victory in this hard fought Fitzgibbon

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Athletics

Behan’s eyes set firmly on Tokyo

February 8, 2017

When twelve-year-old Matthew Behan wandered down to his local athletics club for the first time, he probably did not expect it to alter his life so significantly. Still only 19, Behan’s rapid rise to prominence

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Features

Battling burnout

February 8, 2017

Semester 2 is here and everyone is ready to jump straight back into college life full steam ahead. A lot of students have new year’s goals to finally get themselves sorted with regards to college

Dublin named a more experimental side as Jim Gavin's troops rested in Jamaica.
GAA

Inexperienced Dublin overcome DCU in O’Byrne Cup

January 8, 2017

Dublin 1-15 DCU 0-11 O’Byrne Cup Round One Dublin opened 2017 with a win at Parnell Park against a significantly weakened DCU side on Sunday, January 8th in an intriguing contest that saw Dublin’s full