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True Blue

October 29, 2011

by Dwayne Leavy It has been a meteoric rise to the top of the GAA world for Dublin football star James McCarthy. The DCU student made his senior debut against Laois in the Leinster Championship

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Karting Success at Home and Abroad

October 12, 2011

by Brendan White His enthusiasm for karting is clear to see, but for 2011/12 DCU Karting chairperson Jeff Dalton, he has been tasked with the challenge of leading the club to more success after recent

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Sport in Brief

October 12, 2011

DCU Saints opened their league campaign with a seven point victory over SuperLeague champions UCD Marian. Pat Glover and Eoin Quill led the way with 21 and 15 points respectively with Quill connecting on three

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A Load of Balls

October 12, 2011

by Brendan White Thursday September 29th 2011. Tottenham Hotspur versus Shamrock Rovers at White Hart Lane. For a strange ten minute period, League of Ireland fans watched, almost in disbelief, as Shamrock Rovers held the

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DCU Students Picking up End of Season Plaudits

October 12, 2011

by Eoghan Cormican Three DCU students have been nominated for the 2011 GAA GPA All-Star awards. Paul Flynn and Kevin Nolan both of Dublin and Donegal’s Michael Murphy were among the 45 players nominated for

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Rovers Poised to Dominate At Home

September 28, 2011

By Brendan White Matches against Russian side FC Rubin Kazan, Greek side PAOK and intriguing games against Tottenham Hotspur mean that huge interest has been drawn onto the League of Ireland as Shamrock Rovers begin

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DCU students shine in Shenzhen

September 28, 2011

By Dwayne Leavy DCU’s Brian Gregan narrowly missed out on medalling at the World University Games when he finished fifth in the Men’s 400m final. Despite Gregan running 45.96 seconds, he was beaten to the

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Irish pack strikes gold in Auckland

September 28, 2011

By Will Slattery The foundation of Ireland’s great victory against Australia was laid in 2009. Cian Healy’s debut against the Aussies in Croke Park was mixed. He rampaged around the pitch in the loose but

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Strong DCU Influence on All-Ireland Winners

September 28, 2011

By Eoghan Cormican When every aspect is looked at, every nook and cranny exhausted, only then does it become apparent how strong the DCU influence was on Dublin’s All Ireland senior football success. To the

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DCU Sport Goes From Strenglth To Strength

September 28, 2011

By Dwayne Leavy The transition to college life can be challenging with students often struggling to maintain a healthy balance between studies and sport. Enter DCU Sport. The team at DCU Sport aims to improve