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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 1°C

# Blue Wave

This year
Brace of Colm Basquel goals sets Dublin on the way to crushing Mayo
12 point margin in the end as Dublin underline credentials.
Brace of Colm Basquel goals sets Dublin on the way to crushing Mayo
A 12-point margin is the biggest defeat the Dubs have inflicted on Mayo since 2011.
All time
Waterford's resurgence continues with win away to Drogheda
The Blues are now out of the bottom two.
Archer grabs 0-6 as Dublin hit four late scores to edge past Tyrone in All-Ireland U20 semi-final
Dublin completed a late turnaround to seal a place in their second successive football decider at the grade.
Dublin's second-half class powers them past Mayo and into All-Ireland final
Con O’Callaghan hit the net twice for the Dubs and Brian Fenton struck the third.
Dean Rock hits 1-11 as Dubs outclass Rossies in Croke Park mismatch
Jim Gavin’s side were relentless as they sealed a semi-final spot.
'These Dublin players are tired of the moral victories and they want to start getting real victories'
Mattie Kenny watched his Dublin side knock Galway out of the championship last night.
Cullen praises young guns Leavy and Ryan as Leinster win the big moments
The Leinster head coach knows how big a test Scarlets will provide in the semi-finals.
'There's a huge opportunity here in Dublin to kick on to another level' - Ollie Baker
Baker believes hurling must be given ‘equal footing’ in the county.
Leinster huff and puff but eventually put Cardiff away to seal unlikely bonus point win
Three late tries maintains Leo Cullen’s side’s perfect start to the side.
Dubs flex their muscles, Kerry's room to improve - Monday's football talking points
Plus Tyrone finish their campaign in style.
Analysis: How Dublin broke down Donegal's defensive wall
Last weekend’s win over Donegal was the latest evidence of Dublin’s ability to deal with a blanket defence.
Daly set for talks on Dublin hurling future
The Dublin county board are eager to nail down the intentions of their hurling boss for 2013.
Blue is the colour: Dubs standing firm despite criticism of strategic plan
“There will always be a cohort that tries to belittle ambition and approaches such issues with a closed mind,” writes Dublin secretary John Costello in his annual report.