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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Dominant Dubs

This year
Brian Fenton: 'We got the band back together, it was the sweetest of days'
The Raheny man toasted All-Ireland glory at the expense of Kerry.
1-3 for star forward Tyrrell as Dublin swat strugglers Donegal aside
Maxi Curran’s side will be relegated if Mayo avoid defeat at home to Galway on Sunday.
All time
Change hits Dublin with MacAuley and Mannion moving on but no county can cope better with departures
MacAuley and Mannion the latest to move on but Dublin’s strength means they can cope.
Ruthless Dublin always find a way to win and end any dreams of a 2020 sporting breakthrough
Mayo had drawn level in the 50th minute but Dublin were not to be stopped.
Goalkeeper hits the net and Murphy scores 0-10 in Dublin win over Wexford in Leinster semi-final
Dublin advance to face Galway in the final on 3 January.
Five star! Dublin make All-Ireland history with replay win over Kerry
A full house at Croke Park for today’s clash.
Connolly back as Dublin round off Super 8s with six-point win over Tyrone
Healy Park in Omagh hosted today’s clash.
Costello's goal helps Dublin claim commanding victory over Mayo
An eight-point success for Dublin at Croke Park tonight.
1-9 for O'Brien as Dublin claim 16-point win over Longford in Leinster U20 football opener
A strong start by Dublin in Pearse Park tonight.
Relentless Dublin march on as they deliver 12-point beating to Kerry
A fifth win in a row in this year’s league for Dublin.
14-man Dublin come from behind to see off Tyrone and maintain strong league start
Ciaran Kilkenny and Eoghan O’Gara hit the net for the winners.
Gilroy's Dublin charges hit four goals as they claim Walsh Cup win in season opener
The Dubs were too strong for Meath tonight in Abbotstown.
Late Rock free secures Dublin All-Ireland three-in-a-row as Mayo just fall short again
Both sides finished with 14 men in a pulsating decider.
'I definitely think Dublin are so far ahead of everybody else, it's actually scary now'
Armagh All-Ireland winner Oisin McConville is in praise of the Dubs.
Cian O'Neill: 'Anyone who ever doubted them was incredibly naive or even stupid'
Dublin are as strong as ever in the eyes of the Kildare manager.
O'Callaghan black card can't stop Dublin marching past Donegal into All-Ireland U21 final
Sean McMahon hit the only goal of the game at Kingspan Breffni Park.
Ruthless Dublin keep unbeaten league run going with 12-point win over Mayo
Conor McHugh struck the only goal of the game as the All-Ireland champions triumphed.
'Dublin teach you and Dublin punish you' - Cavan's day of learning against the champions
Mattie McGleenan was pretty impressed with Dublin yesterday.
Dublin stars on holiday in Jamaica but fringe players get job done to beat DCU in Parnell Park
Paul Clarke deputised as manager for today’s O’Byrne Cup tie.
'It's scary how dominant they've been' - Cavanagh in awe of Jim Gavin's Dublin
Tyrone forward rates Dublin as one of the best teams to play the game.
'They are not eating any more spuds or anything else' - Boylan on notion of Dubs invincibility
And the ex-Meath manager thinks that his native county can step up.
Dublin see off brave Fermanagh to book All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo or Donegal
An eight-point win today for Jim Gavin’s side.
It was all too easy for Dublin as they made light work of Longford at HQ
Jim Gavin’s side scored four goals in an one-sided encounter.
Dublin claim third All-Ireland U21 title in five years with final win over Roscommon
Dessie Farrell’s side were too strong in Tullamore today.