Dublin demolished Kerry on a score-line of 2-17 to 0-11 after the All-Ireland champions enjoyed a purple patch of a goal and eight points unanswered, with the majority of the scores coming during a strong second half surge to begin the second period.
Dublin legend Ciarán Whelan believes Mayo are justified in ignoring the attempts of the GAA to make April a 'club-only' month and expects them to retain their Division One status in the coming weeks. Stephen Rochford's side have a solitary win over Monaghan to show for their exploits so far in the league.
The Shannonsiders came back from an eight-point half time deficit to defeat Galway in what Mullane described as "a massive win for limerick". The victory over the All-Ireland champions saw Limerick promoted to Division 1A of the National League, where Mullane said they have every chance of going all the way.
Goals seem to be rarer and rarer in the hurling championship with free takers having the ability to score from well inside their own half as opposed to lobbing the ball into the square like in the past.
4 days ago Irish clubs have proven some of the most successful in the Champions Cup and Heineken Cup before it. With that in mind, here is Ireland's top 15 performers in Europe's top rugby competition. 1. Cian Healy (65 appearances, 50 points, 3 European titles) His European prowess can't be argued with.
2 weeks ago He lives as professional a lifestyle as any inter-county GAA player. But, while even the Wexford hurler is opposed to professionalism in GAA, he did outline the under-appreciation of inter-county players. Chin admitted his disappointment in some of the treatment of players who commit so much time and effort to their county.
1 month ago more often than not, your referee on a given weekend will be less than adequate, especially in the lower divisions. It's something that we accept as part and parcel of the club game and we just learn how to play on these refs inadequacies, but Kevin McStay says that even at intercounty level the standard if refereeing is far below standard.
1 month ago According to JJ Delaney, the Kilkenny club hurling championship was working well under the old championship format and the new system has actually set their fixtures back by months. Speaking on the latest GAA Hour, Delaney said that condensing the championship has not lived up to its promise of shoring up club fixtures and has actually had the opposite effect in Kilkenny.
1 month ago Kelly was banned for three months after Clare's drawn National Football League clash with Tipperary, on February 11, when it was alleged that he sprayed water at an official after the game.
2 months ago Kerry have begun the 2018 National Hurling League campaign well with two wins from three and are off the back of a Leinster Championship appearance and a Christy Ring Cup win before that.
2 months ago GAA dual players are a dying breed. The incredible feat of representing your county in both football and hurling was once a dream that, for very few, could become a reality. Now, it seems, it can only be a dream.
2 months ago McMenamin, the newly appointed Fermanagh assistant manager, and Wexford's Brian Malone were sent off for the incident which saw 16 players and mentors from both sides involved. Speaking on the latest GAA Hour, McMenamin, who served several suspensions for ill-discipline during his time playing with Tyrone, said that for once, the trouble came to him rather than him going looking.
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DCU Dóchas Éireann 2-15 University of Limerick 2-21 Fitzgibbon Cup Final DCU Dóchas Éireann lost their first ever Fitzgibbon Cup final to University of Limerick last Saturday, after wasted opportunities and too many frees. DCU entered their maiden final in Mallow as heavy underdogs, but though the bookmakers had UL at 1/12 DCU should feel somewhat content that they left the game behind them.
DCU retained their All-Ireland Fresher 1 hurling title last weekend, spelling a bright future for the college's hurling ambitions. The college defeated the University of Limerick on a scoreline of 1-20 to 2-15 in a repeat of last year's final where the Glasnevin university also triumphed.
One of DCU's up-and-coming boxing stars, Terry McEntee, claimed gold at November's Senior National Championship in the National Boxing Stadium. After beating Eoin Meaney and Craig Bonney en-route to the final, McEntee claimed the 60kg title with ease, beating Patryck Adamus of Drimnagh Boxing Club by unanimous decision.
Newly appointed DCU Rugby Development Officer, Aidan Kearney, vows to "right the wrongs" of previous seasons in an effort to bring some silverware back to DCU. Kearney, expressed his desire to build on his predecessor's ground work and bring rugby success back to DCU.
DCU students took a big haul of ITF Taekwondo World Championship medals as Adam Shelley retained his 70kg world champion title. In total, five gold, one silver and one bronze medal were brought back to DCU by students representing Ireland at the championships on home soil.
Gender equality has not yet been reached in Gaelic football but winning an All-Ireland has vindicated the huge commitment of inter-county football for DCU's Fiona Hudson and Aisling Moloney. This year saw the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) All Ireland final smash the attendance records of the past and become, by some 11,000 spectators, the highest attended ladies' final of 2017 across all sports.
Image credit: rial.ie Department of housing, planning and local government the big winners as housing and homelessness services are the primary area of focus for Budget 2018. Minister for Finance & Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohue, outlined today an investment of €1.8 Billion for housing, as part of the 2018 budget.
Mícheál Ó Scannáil Bring up the contentious issue of the 8th amendment in a public place and you're sure to be met with a flood of aggressive opinions. The loud opinions can generally be broken down into two camps; Those who believe it is a life that is being terminated and those who don't.
Photo credit: DHR.ie A new industrial boom in Dublin's liberties is dividing locals' opinions. Michael Fitzgerald owner of Dublin's famous Liberty Market on Meath Street sees the developments as a hindrance to his business. In excess of 890 million has been invested into the Dublin 8 region since 2014.
M11 Gorey Motorway Service Area. Photo credit: Wexfordpeople.ie Over €400,000 has been spent on the upkeep of the unoccupied M11 Gorey Motorway Service Area since the completion of its build. The service area was completed by BAM in May 2015 and taken over by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), formerly the NRA.
Image credit: Disney.co.uk Review on Spielberg's 'the BFG' 3.7/5 The remaking of a classic is always a perilous journey to embark upon. Remaking a movie of this calibre is going to attract comparisons and inevitably criticism from fans of the original.
Image credit: thejournal.ie It's 7 o'clock on a Friday night and you've just come home from work, do you cook up a healthy meal or do you take the easy option and get a takeaway? This question is an easy one for Shane Doyle of Tallaght.
Image Credit: Getty Images What have I gotten myself into? That, my first thought of Thailand, was that I'd never go home. I landed in Phuket airport and got a taxi straight into Patong party strip, the biggest in the region.
Every breath Paul Boyle took spewed an icy mist through the winter air. His friend's words rung in his ears driving him on. Harder with each run, quicker through each speed ladder, more explosive with every bar he lifted. "you obviously won't be a professional rugby player".
Image credit: Spectrum Health An insurgence of unhealthy energy drinks has occurred in Ireland in the last 15 years, a report from safe food has revealed. According to the report, the number of products of this kind on the market has risen from just ten in 2002 to 39 today.
Chris Martin died on the 27th December 2015. The Christmas to summer period of sixth year felt like one of the quickest of all my years of schooling, however the same period a year later feels like one of the longest. The pain felt by all close to Chris was unfathomable and only gets worse, but...
Image Credit: thecollegeview.com Practice makes perfect, is the message spread by Hayley Halpin on Tuesday in an interview about her position in the college view. The deputy editor of the college view newspaper outlined what is to be expected by any budding journalists hoping to take up the position in the future, which she describes as "stressful" at times yet enjoyable.
Image credit: wikipedia.com It's that time year again. Bombarded with free food, from the friends of Student Union election candidates, we once again must decide who we want to represent us as president of the SU.
Over 10,000 students showed up in the rain at Leopardstown on Wednesday, to attend the sold out student race day event which was sponsored by Spin1038. The event, which was the fifth annual student race day run by Leopardstown, was sold out two days prior to the event taking place and "has now become one...
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