Gaelic Football

Our Bohemian City

November 18, 2015

One hundred and twenty five years ago a group of civil servants and British soldiers came together to establish a football club. Their wanderings led them in search of a suitable playing field for their

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GAA

Two DCU students named in International Rules squad

November 18, 2015

Ireland manager, Joe Kernan, has announced his squad for the upcoming International Rules test against Australia. The 23-man squad includes nine all stars and ‘Footballer of the Year’, Jack McCaffrey. As expected, All-Ireland champions Dublin

Gaelic Football

All too easy for DCU against IT Carlow

October 28, 2015

DCU 4-16 IT Carlow 0-03 DCU GAA got their Ryan Cup campaign off to a flying start with an easy win over IT Carlow last Thursday, October 15th. Conor McGraynor opened the scoring from distance

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Hurling

DCU swept aside by free-scoring UCD

October 28, 2015

UCD 4-12 DCU 0-18 UCD survived a second half comeback to see off a spirited DCU team last Monday night in St Clare’s. DCU were first off the mark thanks to a second minute point

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DCU outclass Trinity in Ringsend

October 28, 2015

Trinity College: 0-7 DCU: 3-19 Cold was the night, bright were the lights and dazzling was the display from DCU last Wednesday night, October 21st as they beat Trinity College Dublin by a clear margin

Hurling

Freshers overcome St Pats in thrilling encounter

October 28, 2015

DCU Freshers hurlers followed up their win against DIT with a nine point victory over St Patrick’s-Mater Dei in Drumcondra on Wednesday afternoon. Gary Tynan (1-10, 6f) and Rian Mcbride (1-3) led the scoring for

Gaelic Football

DCU beaten in battle of brothers

October 28, 2015

St. Patrick’s 2-22 DCU 1-17 DCU were thoroughly beaten by St. Patrick’s College in round three of the Fitzgibbon League in Drumcondra yesterday, in a local derby that saw brothers Niall and Eoin McIntyre go

GAA

Steady progress, but not out of the Woods yet

October 14, 2015

“But you’ve every right to be upset?” “That’s just the way it is. You wouldn’t really dwell on it too much thinking ‘what’s the point if there aren’t 80,000 fans?’ We got through our whole

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McGraynor Eyes Sigerson Double

October 14, 2015

“It was just unbelievable. I couldn’t believe that the ball had actually gone over the bar.” Conor McGraynor doesn’t do pressure. Rewind the clock seven months to a cold, misty afternoon at the Mardyke to

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Freshers hurlers prove too strong for Maynooth

October 14, 2015

Gary Tynan stole the show as DCU freshers dominated NUI Maynooth in their opening match in the 2015/16 Freshers A Hurling league last Thursday night, October 8th at St. Clare’s. The wing-forward scored 1-3 from

GAA

Dublin GAA Mourns Death of Billings

April 22, 2015

The passing of Dublin and UCD GAA stalwart Dave Billings was announced on Wednesday morning, April 15th. Billings (63), who played hurling and football for Kevin Heffernan’s legendary Dublin team in the 1970s, died suddenly

Football

The Rise of Dundalk

April 22, 2015

Champions Dundalk have gone seven months unbeaten in all competitions and poise the threat of becoming the dominant side in the League of Ireland for seasons to come.