Articles

Foul play! The abuse of referees in Ireland

October 12, 2022

“Ah come on Ref, are you blind? That was clearly in!”, yelled the coach while attending an under 9’s game of soccer. A format of the game where there is no offside, no red cards,

GAA match official brandishing a red card
Sport

GAA needs cultural reset to protect officials

September 28, 2022

Perhaps the most infamous GAA match of the last 15 years is the controversial Leinster Senior Football Final of 2010 between Louth and Meath. Its infamy however spurns not from the quality of football, but

Articles

R.I.P Red – Óg go Deo

April 13, 2022

There was widespread shock and sadness across the entire DCU community on Friday April 1st when people learned of the death of 2nd Year Bachelor of Education student Red Óg Murphy from Curry, Co. Sligo.

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DCU Derby: Pats claim victory over Glasnevin

February 2, 2022

St Pats managed to clinch their way to victory on Monday of last week on St. Pats campus in the Higher Ed GAA Electric Ireland League final. A late point from Oran Mulvaney brought the

Features

The year of the woman in Irish sports

January 24, 2022

Teneo Managing Director, Kellie O’Keefe said that we will look back on 2021 as the year women’s sport made the big breakthrough after years of knocking on the door. 

Camogie

DCU and Na Fianna form a community partnership

October 30, 2019

A new partnership between DCU and Glasnevin-based GAA club Na Fianna will provide DCU students with opportunities for paid partnerships, volunteering and cultural opportunities.

Gaeilge

Peil na mBan

October 19, 2017

Cur síos ar Peil na mBan i gcomhthéacs an cluiche ceannais a bhí á imirt an Domhnach seo caite

GAA

20 DCU students and alumni feature in All-Ireland replay

October 12, 2016

Dublin defeated Mayo in a thrilling All-Ireland Senior Football final replay at Croke Park last Saturday that featured 20 graduates and current students from Dublin City University. Jim Gavin’s Dublin retained Sam Maguire with a

GAA

DCU well represented with eight graduates in All-Star nominations

October 7, 2016

Eight former DCU students have received nominations for the 2016 All-Star Gaelic football awards with recent All-Ireland finalists Dublin and Mayo receiving 11 nominations each. Dublin’s past students Stephen Cluxton, Jonny Cooper, John Small, Ciarán

Athletics

Sport in brief

September 28, 2016

Moyna returns DCU Gaelic football manager Niall Moyna has decided to stay on with the 2015 Sigerson Cup winners having initially decided to call it a day, just hours after their after defeat in the