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6 contenders to take over from Anthony Daly as the Dublin senior hurling manager
Tipp men Liam Sheedy and Nicky English are among those in the reckoning to succeed Anthony Daly.
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5 key moments from Dublin's win over Mayo
The goals scored by Bernard Brogan and Andy Moran were crucial but so were the raft of injuries.
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'I expect to be reporting on Dublin in two All-Ireland finals'
Stephen Doyle of 98fm has been covering The Dubs for the past seven summers and fancies the hurlers and footballers to overcome Cork.
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Murph's Sideline Cut: Daly's Dubs have come a long way, baby
But this doesn’t have to be the high point of the summer for the Blues, writes Ciarán Murphy.
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Hard work paying off as Dublin camogie stars get back to the future
Louise O’Hara says grassroots work is starting to pay dividends in the capital.
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Dublin hurling boss Anthony Daly glad to get back to the drawing board
The Clareman returns for a fifth season with the Dubs.
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Dublin GAA chiefs appoint Jim Gavin as new football boss
Twice an All-Ireland winning manager with the Dublin U-21s, Gavin has been the front-runner to take over in the capital since Pat Gilroy announced his decision to step down last month.
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Daly looks to young faces for Galway trip
Shane Stapleton, a St Patrick’s clubmate of Liam Rushe makes his first league start as does Danny Sutcliffe of Naomh Jude
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No hangover: Dubs insist they're ready to get going again
They’ve enjoyed their deserved and extended lap of honour with Sam, but Pat Gilroy’s side are ready to knuckle down.
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In pictures: Dubs take on Kilmacud in charity run-out
The All-Ireland champions peeled themselves away from Coppers to tog out at Parnell Park last night. Here’s what went down.
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In pictures: the Kilmacud Crokes Sevens
Some of Gaelic football’s biggest names lined out for the annual tournament in the capital this weekend.