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

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Other Sports

Final disappointment for DCU teams

March 20, 2013

Falling at the final hurdle is one of the worst feelings for anyone competing in any sport. To be within touching distance of glory and to have it slip from your grasp can at times

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Articles

Ladies outfit bounce back in NUIG win

March 6, 2013

The DCU Ladies Senior Football team were in O’Connor Cup action last Thursday, as they travelled to Galway to face NUIG. The match resulted in an 8-point triumph for DCU but it wasn’t a walk

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Clubs and Socs

Music Soc win big at Refreshers’ Day

February 20, 2013

DCU’s Music Society was one of the big recruiters this Refreshers’ Day, adding 40 members. Public Relations Officer of the Music Soc, Sarah Jordan said some of the new members “showed up to our Open

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Articles

Rising star following road well worn

February 6, 2013

For years, Ladies football has played the role of poor cousin to the GAA’s other codes. But there are those that sense a new wind is blowing. DCU star Laura McEnaney tells Sam Griffin about

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Articles

60 seconds with DCU Ladies Football Club

December 9, 2012

Lorna Finnegan talks with club Chairperson Cliodhna McHugh. Describe your club in 5 words. Fun, energetic, hectic, friendly and banter. How did you get involved in GAA in the first place? I’ve always played GAA and one

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Articles

Peat: Ladies sport in need of financial investment

November 28, 2012

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association may need to merge with the GAA in order to survive, according to Lindsay Peat. Speaking to The College View, Peat, a standout player in both ladies football and basketball,