GAA

McCole is ready to bring down the Guards

January 11, 2020

DCU full-back Brendan McCole insists that nothing will come easy for DCU as they open their Sigerson Cup campaign at home to An Garda College tomorrow afternoon in St Clare’s.

GAA

DCU Hurlers claim historic back to back leagues

December 11, 2019

In the past decade DCU was never known as one of the top hurling universities in Ireland, however in recent years the trophy cabinet has been beginning to pile up with hurling awards, with DCU most recently claiming back to back league titles with a three-point win over UCC in Carlow. 

GAA

Christie rejects claims that he will succeed Gavin as Dubs boss

December 11, 2019

There have been few men who have cemented themselves within the underage ranks of Dublin GAA more in the past decade than former All-Star full back Paddy Christie. However, the Ballymun man says he is not the right man to replace Jim Gavin as the new Dublin boss. 

Camogie

DCU and Na Fianna form a community partnership

October 30, 2019

A new partnership between DCU and Glasnevin-based GAA club Na Fianna will provide DCU students with opportunities for paid partnerships, volunteering and cultural opportunities.

Camogie

Kellyann Doyle up for All-Star Award

October 2, 2019

Doyle is looking forward to DCU’s senior camogie season beginning again. She is confident the ladies will bounce back from a defeat to University of Limerick in the Ashbourne Cup semi-final last year.

GAA

Emphatic comeback wins Kiernan title

March 6, 2019

Oran Kiernan won the A1 40×20 men’s USHA open final for DCU handball in the American Intervarsities after completing an impressive comeback in the first round.

GAA

Pat’s GAA resurgence despite DCU amalgamation

March 6, 2019

St Patrick’s Campus GAA Chairman Ronan McDonald believes that the GAA club’s intermediate victory shows signs of a recovery in GAA on the campus following the amalgamation with DCU.

GAA

Tully makes it two in a row in Belfast

February 20, 2019

DCU Handballer Fiona Tully won the Irish Collegiate Handball Association’s Women’s Open Final in Belfast on the 2nd of February. Tully made it two wins in a row in the 40X20 competition beating Limerick IT rival Sinead Meagher in straight sets in the final.