All the latest news, interviews and match reports from DCU’s gaelic and hurling teams.
The GAA management committee has endorsed a decision to suspend club fixtures at all levels, until further notice.
DCU student Brian Ryan was part of the Irish team that came out on top in the annual Under 21 Hurling Shinty International clash with Scotland.
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.
DCU student Fiona Tully won both the Ladies Singles and Doubles Open tournaments at the Irish Collegiate Handball Association (ICHA) in Wexford last week.
“I have had a great 3 years playing for DCU. We won the League at the end of 2015 which was such a good start to college football. Winning the O’Connor cup was definitely the highlight of my college football, it was the best end to college football I could have asked for and to win it along side the players and management I did made it even more special.”
DCU ladies football development coach Leona Byrne has heralded the two victories this year over Dublin rivals UCD as the most satisfying wins of the ladies’ campaign this year.
Niall Moyna has expressed his concerns at the GAA’s fixture congestion and the pressure it puts on young players, especially third level players.
DCU retained their All-Ireland Fresher 1 hurling title last weekend, spelling a bright future for the college’s hurling ambitions.
Sitting in an empty DCU canteen on a cold evening, Diarmuid O’Connor griped his coffee cup as he stared at the empty table. He had just played his final game for DCU.