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Camogie

Camogie team advance to league semi-final DCU 2-12 QUB 1-5

November 3, 2012

DCU’s camogie team are through to the division 1 league semi-final after a convincing 10-point win against an understrength Queen’s side at St. Clare’s on Wednesday last. The opening exchanges of the game were fairly

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Gaelic Football

DCU students among All-Star winners

October 31, 2012

Four DCU students have been included in the GAA/GPA Football All-Star team for 2012. Unsurprisingly, All-Ireland champions Donegal dominate the selection with eight players picking up awards. Among them is PE and Biology student, Michael

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Camogie

Camogie team to meet NUIG in play-off

October 31, 2012

The DCU camogie team will play NUI Galway to determine which side competes in the Ashbourne Cup for the 2012-13 season, The College View has learned. The play-off encounter has been provisionally fixed for the

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Handball

Neary and Kennedy enjoy handball success

October 31, 2012

Ciarán Neary and past lecturer Eugene Kennedy flew the DCU flag with distinction at the recent World Handball Championships, as both handballers climbed the podium following outright success in their respective categories. Kilkenny native Neary

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Gaelic Football

DCU students central to Ballymun Kickhams success

October 31, 2012

DCU students Philly McMahon, James McCarthy, Dean Rock, John Small and Andy O’Brien were part of the Ballymun Kickhams panel that annexed the clubs third County senior football title. It was Dean Rock who grabbed

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Hurling

DCU hurling in need of a healing

October 31, 2012

Hurling Club chairperson Seamus Kelly tells Eoghan Cormican that Fitzgibbon hurling is the only way forward forthe college’s beleaguered stickmen. In the chronicles of DCU hurling, the past 12 months must surely rank among the

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Camogie

Uncertainty surrounding DCU’s Ashbourne participation

October 17, 2012

When Laura Twomey prized her hands onto the Purcell Cup last February, the dream had finally become a reality. Ashbourne Camogie had been secured. DCU’s stickwomen spent two years teetering on the brink of top

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Hurling

Breheny unfazed by step-up in class

October 17, 2012

DCU’s Padraig Breheny may not have seen action in last month’s All-Ireland final, but as he tells Will Slattery, his first year with the Galway senior hurling panel was a special one nonetheless. Padraig Breheny

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Gaelic Football

DCU students among All Star nominees

October 17, 2012

Four DCU students have been nominated for the 2012 Football All Star Awards. PE and Biology student Michael Murphy is a certainty to take one of the three full forward positions after leading Donegal to

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Gaelic Football

Gavin looks to bring system of success to Dublin

October 17, 2012

Everything may be bigger in the capital but bigger doesn’t always equal better. With more adulation comes more criticism, with more exposure comes more scrutiny and with more success comes higher standards. If new Dublin

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Gaelic Football

GAA sides commence league campaigns

October 17, 2012

With the Sigerson Cup safely stored away until the turn of the year, the primary focus of the DCU footballers, for the time being at least, is the Irish Daily Mail Division 1 League which

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Handball

Handballers in World Championship action

October 12, 2012

With a record entry list for the 2012 World Handball Championships, DCU have the privilege of sending eleven of its students to this premier sporting event. Eight boys and three girls from the University will

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GAA

Eligibility ruling to hit Sigerson and Fitzgibbon teams

October 3, 2012

Fitzgibbon and Sigerson teams throughout the country, including DCU, look likely to be affected by a new ruling introduced by Comhairle Ardoideachais regarding student eligibility. The rule, outlining the requirements a student must satisfy in

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Gaelic Football

President MacCraith leads tributes to Donegal Captain

October 3, 2012

Captain, Man of the Match and the contributor of a 2nd minute rocket that handed Donegal an advantage they never looked like relinquishing. This was to prove no ordinary Sunday for DCU student Michael Murphy