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This year
The evolution of Paul Mannion: 'He went away as a skinny, quick forward and turned into this beast'
Crokes forward has already proven himself to be fundamental to Dublin’s ambitions on his return to inter-county football.
All time
'Sport is sport and the best and worst thing about it is it's always going to be there'
Dublin star Aisling Maher is back at it after living the Central American Dream last summer.
'You have to match that level every day' - Dublin star eager to continue stellar form
Eoghan O’Donnell had a brilliant league campaign at full-back.
Returning to lift two All-Ireland titles after a seven-year absence starring at soccer
Dublin star and ex-Ireland international Siobhán Killeen has no regrets after the big switch – and how could she?
'The onus is on players to produce a spectacle' - Double-headers can show rising standards, says Dublin star
Three-time All-Ireland winner Niamh McEvoy feels it’s the way forward for ladies football.
'That's something people can get lost in... at the end of the day it is our hobby'
Dublin star Niamh Collins leads a busy life, both on and off the pitch.
Fenton welcomes 'positive' experimental rules to 'try to improve the game as a spectacle'
The four-time All-Ireland winning midfielder is interested to see them in action.
VIDEO: The Diarmuid Connolly show from today's All-Ireland senior club football final
The Dublin star struck 2-5 in a superb individual display today in Croke Park.
Ciaran Kilkenny puts together a nice little highlight reel as Sigerson weekend gets underway
Kilkenny starred as St Pat’s Drumcondra booked their place in the Trench Cup final.
Slowly does it: Dublin hurler Keaney on track but taking his time in comeback
“I’m probably on target for where I should be at the moment,” Keaney says, in good news for Dublin hurling fans.