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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DCU bow out of Giles Cup

February 24, 2016

DCU 3-5 Mary Immaculate College 2-11 February 18th, 2016 The DCU ladies Gaelic football team was knocked out of this year’s Giles Cup following a 2-11 to 3-5 loss at the hands of Mary Immaculate

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.

Gaelic Football

Moyna relishing Carlow challenge

February 10, 2016

DCU Gaelic football manager Niall Moyna has said he is looking forward to the challenge posed by his side’s quarter final opponents Carlow IT in this year’s Sigerson Cup. Speaking after DCU’s 6-14 to 1-7

GAA

DCU begin Sigerson defence with landslide victory

February 10, 2016

Sigerson Cup Round One DCU: 6-14 Athlone IT: 1-7 January 27th, 2016 DCU began the defence of their Sigerson Cup title with a dominant 6-14 to 1-7 victory over Athlone Institute of Technology in Round

Gaelic Football

DCU slump to Ryan Cup final defeat

December 2, 2015

DCU: 0-12 UCD: 2-18 Ryan Cup Final Wednesday November 25th, 2015. University College Dublin ran away as comfortable winners in the Ryan Cup Final as first half goals from Paul Mannion and Pádraic Harnan stunned

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Ladies triumph over UL to claim final spot

December 2, 2015

DCU: 2-11 UL: 2-6 Thursday November 26th, 2015. DCU’s ladies Gaelic Football team qualified for the Division One final following a hard-fought semi-final win over the University of Limerick at St Clare’s in a 2-11

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

GAA

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

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

GAA

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

Rugby

Spence Delighted With Player of the Year Nomination

September 30, 2015

Sophie Spence talks to Aaron Gallagher about the honour she has had in her nomination for World Rugby Player of the Year and what she expects from the college’s rugby teams for the year to come.

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.

DCU News

Spring Break comes to DCU

February 25, 2015

The four day event will feature entertainment by the likes of David O’Doherty, The Darkness, 2manydjs and more.

News

Exam timetables cause confusion in DIT

December 10, 2014

Students and staff at DIT have been left confused and misinformed surrounding the dates for their upcoming Christmas examinations due to its proposed merge with ITT and ITB next year.