Dublin City University 2 University College Cork 1 AET Harding Cup final Dublin City University 0 University College Cork 1 CUFL Premier Division semi-final It was a week of mixed fortunes for football in DCU.
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
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 Dóchas Éireann 2-5 University College Dublin 1-14 Ashbourne Cup quarter-final University College Dublin overcame DCU Dóchas Éireann with a strong second half performance in the quarter-final of the Ashbourne Cup on Tuesday evening, February
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.
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
DCU Saints 77 Moycullen 74 Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League DCU Saints held off a late run from Moycullen to seal a win in the Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League on Saturday night, February 4th.
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
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
Dublin City University will visit Parnell Park to face the Dublin senior footballers on Sunday, January 8th in the opening fixture of this year’s O’Byrne Cup. Both sides will know the importance of a winning
Dublin City University 1-16 Cork Institute of Technology 0-8 Ashbourne Cup first round The DCU senior camogie team got their Ashbourne Cup campaign off to a flying start with a comprehensive victory over CIT last