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Other Sports

Achieving success on a shoe-string budget

February 6, 2013

€45,908.60 for one club, €5,532 for another. Both are the dominant forces in their respective fields, yet their funding would certainly suggest otherwise. The Men’s Football Club, Sigerson winners twice in the past three years,

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Gaelic Football

Uncertainty over ineligible pair for visit of Queen’s

February 6, 2013

DCU will attempt to move one step closer to securing a third Sigerson title in four years when they welcome Queen’s University Belfast to St. Clare’s today, for what promises to be a keenly contested

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Gaelic Football

Men’s Football Club take 13% of CLC budget

December 12, 2012

The GAA Men’s Football Club is the largest recipient of the Club Life Committee grant allocations for 2012-13, pocketing €45,908.60. Figures attained by The College View show that 13% of the CLC budget was allocated

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Other Sports

Swimming Club making waves all on their own

December 12, 2012

Identifying the sports in DCU that are driven by scholarship programs is an effortless task – for not only do they dominate the college’s landscape, they are fortresses revered across the country. Moulded from nothing,

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Athletics

Gregan condemns OCI policy as ‘ridiculous’

November 28, 2012

Three tenths of a second outside the Olympic A standard, 400m sprinter Brian Gregan is adamant he should have been selected to compete in London. It would be easy to forgive Brian Gregan if he

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News

NUIG Cancer Research Makes it into Medical Journal

October 11, 2011

Eoghan Cormican New pre-clinical research suggests that a new prototype drug can kill Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL) cells circulating in the blood. The research, carried out by scientists at National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG)

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Sport

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