Hurling

Pat’s flummoxed by DCU blitz

October 26, 2016

Dublin City University 4-19 St. Patrick’s College 0-11 Senior Hurling League Division One A dazzling display from DCU on Wednesday night, October 19th under the lights of St. Clare’s saw them power past the challenge

GAA

Pat’s fail to match DCU’S six goals in Drumcondra

October 26, 2016

St Patrick’s College 1-08 Dublin City University 6-14 O’Rourke Cup Captain Siobhán Woods scored a hat-trick in Dublin City Unversity’s win over its nearest neighbours St Patrick’s College in their O’Rourke Cup match on Wednesday,

GAA

20 DCU students and alumni feature in All-Ireland replay

October 12, 2016

Dublin defeated Mayo in a thrilling All-Ireland Senior Football final replay at Croke Park last Saturday that featured 20 graduates and current students from Dublin City University. Jim Gavin’s Dublin retained Sam Maguire with a

GAA

DCU well represented with eight graduates in All-Star nominations

October 7, 2016

Eight former DCU students have received nominations for the 2016 All-Star Gaelic football awards with recent All-Ireland finalists Dublin and Mayo receiving 11 nominations each. Dublin’s past students Stephen Cluxton, Jonny Cooper, John Small, Ciarán

Athletics

Sport in brief

September 28, 2016

Moyna returns DCU Gaelic football manager Niall Moyna has decided to stay on with the 2015 Sigerson Cup winners having initially decided to call it a day, just hours after their after defeat in the

GAA

Smith believes there’s more to come from Roscommon

April 20, 2016

In 2014 Roscommon were playing in Division Three of the National Football League. This year, they secured a top three finish in Division One, beating Kerry and Cork along the way. DCU student Enda Smith

Gaelic Football

Moynagh appreciates, but doesn’t aim for individual awards

April 6, 2016

DCU Gaelic footballers Philip O’Donnell, Conor Moynagh, Colm Begley, Kevin Feely and Shane Carey have been named to the 2016 Sigerson Cup All-Star Team. DCU’s tally is second only to the seven University College Dublin

GAA

A story of sectarian GAA coverage in Northern Ireland

April 6, 2016

Sport is a competitive battle of endurance and desire for victory. Individual battles add up to make a war, and a war curtails an underlying conflict of political, economic or religious tension. Sport combines athleticism

GAA

DCU fall to UL in O’Connor Cup semi

March 23, 2016

DCU 1-8 UL 3-4 O’Connor Cup semi-final DCU’s senior ladies Gaelic football team was defeated in the O’Connor Cup semi-final by the University of Limerick (UL) in Tralee on Saturday, March 11th. The Glasnevin side

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GAA

Fresher hurlers beaten by CIT in final

March 9, 2016

Fresher A hurling final Cork Institute of Technology IT 1-13 DCU 0-13 DCU were beaten in the All-Ireland Fresher Hurling final by Cork Institute of Technology in the Cork College’s sports grounds on Thursday, March

GAA

Maynooth storm to Freshers title

March 2, 2016

Fresher C Football Championship final DCU 1-11 Maynooth University: 2-16 DCU’s fresher Gaelic football team was firmly beaten 2-16 to 1-11 in this year’s Fresher C Football Championship final at the hands of a confident

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GAA

UCD defeat DCU to end 20-year Sigerson Cup wait

February 24, 2016

UCD 0-10 DCU 2-02 February 20th 2016 University College Dublin’s strong second half performance against holders and city rivals DCU earned them their first Sigerson Cup since 1996. The game, a repeat of last month’s

Gaelic Football

DCU hold out to win Fresher A Championship

February 24, 2016

DCU 3-11 UCD 3-10 February 15th, 2016. DCU beat UCD by a single point at Croke Park in the Corn Daithi Billings Final on Monday, February 15th. DCU were eight points up with eight minutes

Gaelic Football

DCU see past IT Carlow to book semi-final weekend

February 24, 2016

IT Carlow 0-7 DCU 0-14 February 11th, 2016 DCU’s Sigerson Cup side has booked a place in this year’s semi final after a comprehensive 0-14 to 0-7 point win over the Institute of Technology Carlow.

GAA

Moyna steps down as DCU manager

February 21, 2016

Niall Moyna has confirmed his decision to depart as manager of DCU’s senior Gaelic team, saying it is time for a new generation to prosper at the college following his 15 year reign in charge.