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Both Mayo And Kerry Switch Goalkeepers As Teams Named For League Ties

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Dublin travel to Castlebar tomorrow night to take on Mayo in the Allianz National Football League. Clashes between the two sides have been somewhat entertaining in recent times, to put it mildly. With the Connacht outfit welcoming the All-Ireland champions to their own backyard, Stephen Rochford’s side will be eager to prove a point. They have made four changes from …

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Dublin GAA Release Update On Bernard Brogan Injury

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The big news so far in 2018 as far as Dublin GAA is concerned is the injury to Bernard Brogan. The 2010 Footballer of the Year has been ruled out for the entire season after rupturing his ACL. While this is an undoubted blow to Jim Gavin’s side, the depth available in the forwards ensures that the Boys in Blue are …

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Bernard Brogan’s Season Could Be Over Due To Knee Injury

Bernard Brogan was initially named in the Dublin team to face Donegal in Croke Park on Saturday evening, but shortly before the Allianz Football League Division 1 clash, it was announced that the star forward would not actually play a role, either as a starter or a substitute. Brogan was replaced on the team-sheet by St. Brigid’s club man Paddy Andrews. …

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Combined Dublin/Mayo Selection Of The Last 15 Years

Over the course of the last few years both Dublin and Mayo have been to the forefront of GAA fans and pundits consciousness. Although Mayo have yet to make the breakthrough and claim their first Sam Maguire in 66 years they have captured the hearts and minds of the nation over the last decade and a half especially the last five …

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Opinion: Dublin’s Bench Holds The Key To Their Success

On Sunday, Jim Gavin will look to mastermind a third All-Ireland triumph on the bounce with this great Dublin team. However, it is more than just the starting XV that are key to the champions, it is the depth of their squad. In fact, it can be argued that the 15 who finish the game are as, if not more …

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Five Talking Points From Dublin’s Comprehensive Victory Over Tyrone

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 27/8/2017 Dublin vs Tyrone Dublin's Eoghan O'Gara and Tiernan McCann of Tyrone Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Many words could be used to describe Dublin’s latest championship win. Flashbacks to 2005 and 2008 had the general GAA public hoping that a great day in Croke Park would accompany the clashes that Kerry and Mayo provided in the other semi-final pairing. But it was not to be, Dublin hammered Tyrone. The victory was comprehensive, emphatic and powerful and …

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Opinion: Should Diarmuid Connolly Start On Sunday?

The name that never goes away. Dublin’s Diarmuid Connolly is set to take the limelight yet again. Just when we thought he had gone away and had been basically written off for the 2017 season, Connolly’s name has returned to the fold. He is a figure that trouble has followed throughout his footballing career. His talent is indisputable, there are …

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Quiz: Can You Name The County of These GAA Stars?

Allianz Football League Division 1, O'Donnell Park, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal 5/2/2017 Donegal vs Kerry Donegal's James O'Donoghue and Donegal's Eamon Doherty and Ciaran Thompson Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Presseye/Lorcan Doherty

This GAA quiz starts off very easy but it’s not long before you can get caught out. As we head into the summer months, you might be seeing a lot more of these players in both codes. Another exciting weekend will feature Dublin facing Galway in Tullamore for a place in the Leinster Hurling Championship quarter final. It’s hard not …

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Bernard Brogan Welcomes And Warns New Clubmate Paul Galvin

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Final 18/9/2011 Dublin vs Kerry Bernard Brogan of Dublin with Paul Galvin of Kerry Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Former Kerry star Paul Galvin togged out this morning for his new Dublin club, St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh. The 37 year-old picked up four All-Ireland titles throughout a glittered career with the Kingdom, and he will now represent a major addition to the Dublin giants. One of the club’s most famous sons was quick to both welcome and warn Galvin …

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