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Possible Contenders To Succeed Pat Gilroy As Dublin Manager

There was widespread shock last night when it was announced that Dublin hurling manager, Pat Gilroy had left the role after just one year in charge. Dublin had made huge strides under his short stewardship and were highly competitive in the new-look Leinster championship this year. The 46-year-old released a statement citing work commitments as the reason behind his decision. …

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Sinead Goldrick: We Wanted To Win People’s Respect For The Game

Dublin ladies football stalwart, Sinead Goldrick says that yesterday’s win in the All Ireland senior final was the culmination of a long journey for her side.  In front of a record-breaking crowd of 50,141 at Croke Park, Dublin retained the Brendan Martin Cup for the first time in their history, recording their first championship victory over Cork. It was the sixth …

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Pat Gilroy Steps Down As Dublin Hurling Manager

Pat Gilroy has stepped down as the Dublin senior hurling manager after one year in charge, citing work commitments.  The 46-year old who led the county to the All Ireland football title in 2011, was widely praised for his effort with the hurling team, who were highly competitive in this year’s new-look Leinster championship. “It was a huge honour for …

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Dublin Retain Brendan Martin Cup With Victory Over Cork

Dublin 3-11 Cork 1-12 For the third year in a row, the ladies football final broke the record for the most attended women’s sporting event in Europe. 50,141 came through the gates of Croke Park today to watch Limerick, Tyrone and Dublin be crowned All Ireland champions. In the senior final, Dublin retained the Brendan Martin Cup for the first …

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Cork’s Martina O’Brien Taking Occasion In Her Stride

Being in Croke Park on All Ireland final day in September is a situation the Cork ladies footballers are well used to. This is their eighth final since 2011, having won the title on six occasions throughout that period.  But you won’t find any of the players taking the situation for granted, having experienced the heartbreak of missing out last …

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Dublin Captain Sinead Aherne Taking Nothing For Granted

Dublin have been earmarked as favourites to win Sunday’s All-Ireland senior ladies football final against Cork, however, captain Sinéad Aherne is taking nothing for granted. Mick Bohan’s team are aiming to retain the Brendan Martin Cup for the very first time in the country’s history, following previous successes in 2010 and 2017. Aherne is her side’s longest serving player and this …

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Dublin Manager Bohan Excited & Fearless Ahead Of Cork Battle

Dublin ladies football manager, Mick Bohan insists that his players are ‘in good spirits, injury free and looking forward to the day ahead’ as his side prepare to take on Cork in the All-Ireland final on Sunday. Bohan is in his second spell as coach and is aiming to retain the Brendan Martin Cup for the first time in the county’s …

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All-Ireland Winning Dubs Trio Nominated For Footballer Of The Year

The Dublin trio of Brian Fenton, Jack McCaffrey and Ciaran Kilkenny have all been nominated for 2018 Footballer of the Year after Jim Gavin’s men clinched their fourth All-Ireland title in a row. Defender Jack McCaffrey is nominated for the accolade for the second time having previously been the Footballer of the Year in 2015. The Clontarf man had an …

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