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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Dublin

This year
# Unhappy
'That's the integrity of the competition shot' - Offaly boss Kearns on O'Byrne Cup
Earlier this week, Louth opted not to play what would have been a dead rubber with Wexford.
Last year
# walls of fame
'It's so much more than just a picture on a wall' - When sport becomes art
A walking tour of sports-related street art in Dublin.
# talismen
Injury concerns hang over Con and Clifford: who is more important to their team?
Dublin and Kerry will hope their star forwards can recover from injuries for the All-Ireland semi-final on 10 July.
# As You Were
Cork name team for All-Ireland quarter-final against Dublin
John Cleary’s starting XV remains unchanged from the side that defeated Limerick.
# Wrap
Katrina Mackey stars as Cork overcome Dublin
Elsewhere, an injury-time point from Ciara O’Connor snatched a 1-9 to 0-11 victory for Wexford over Clare.
# Ruthless
Five-star Dublin put Kildare to the sword in one-sided Leinster final
Con O’Callaghan grabbed 1-5 as Dessie Farrell’s team completed the Leinster 12-in-a-row.
# success
Dublin secure 9th consecutive Leinster title with win over Meath
Hannah Tyrrell scored a second-half penalty at Croke Park against the reigning All-Ireland champions.
# Top Guns
Have Kildare the weapons to take down Dublin in the Leinster final?
Or have Dessie Farrell’s men rediscovered their Midas touch?
# mighty dubs
Three sent-off as Dublin brush off Meath by 13 points
Dessie Farrell’s men will face Kildare in the final.
# Ready to go
Con O'Callaghan starts as Dublin name team to face Wexford
David O’Hanlon, Lee Gannon and John Small also come into the side.
# Blue bloods
'Stephen Cluxton rang me many times during the lockdown: 'Is there anything I can do for you Mickey?''
Mickey Whelan discusses all things Cluxton, Dessie Farrell and the Dubs.
# sky blues
Dublin defeat Donegal to make it back-to-back wins and aid chances of survival
Paddy McBrearty’s tally of 1-6 didn’t prevent Donegal from falling to defeat.
# Comment
Glenn Ryan plays down historic win, Dublin's relegation battle and can Kildare win Leinster?
5 talking points after Kildare’s Division 1 win over Dublin.
# dubs demise
Dessie Farrell: 'This is a great test of character for us all'
Dublin are battling to avoid relegation to Division 2 following their latest defeat.
# lilywhites rising
Fourth straight league defeat for Dublin as Hyland's 1-5 guides Kildare to famous victory
Kildare beat Dublin to pile the pressure on Dessie Farrell.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'As a player Philly was controversial and he's tending to be the same as a pundit'
Marc Ó Sé reflects on Philly McMahon’s comments about Mayo before their league meeting with Dublin on Saturday.
# Milestone
Opportunity knocks as Mayo look to confirm they have upper hand in Dublin rivalry
James Horan’s team are hoping to enjoy successive wins over the Sky Blues for the first time in a decade.
# transition
Dean Rock: 'We knew our run wasn't going to last forever'
Dublin head into the round 3 game against Mayo on Saturday evening chasing their first win of the season.
# card happy
Waterford and Dublin bosses satisfied with refereeing after 18 cards dished out
Liam Cahill and Mattie Kenny watched their sides play out a thrilling draw in Parnell Park.
# Slump
Where is it going wrong for Dublin and what can they do to fix it?
The Sky Blues are a team stuck between generations and styles of play.
# great rivals
5 questions ahead of tonight's showdown between Kerry and Dublin
Can Kerry keep Dublin down, how will Dessie Farrell’s team respond to the Armagh defeat and what changes will Jack O’Connor make?
# January blues
Dublin's injured stars unlikely to return for Kerry showdown
Jonny Cooper, James McCarthy, Mick Fitzsimons, Con O’Callaghan and Paddy Small missed the defeat to Armagh at the weekend.
# opening night blues
Armagh enjoy sensational start to league by taking Dublin’s scalp
Rian O’Neill grabbed 1-4 in a sensational display for Kieran McGeeney’s team.
All time
# Star
''Once the term ‘Dublin footballer’ was mentioned, people looked at and treated me differently''
Read an extract from Shane Carthy’s ‘Dark Blue’.
# Kev Mc
Eight-time All-Ireland champion Kevin McManamon announces inter-county retirement
St Jude’s clubman hangs up his Dublin boots at the age of 34.
# Hampered
Injury concerns for several Dublin stars ahead of All-Ireland final
Carla Rowe, Niamh McEvoy, Siobhan McGrath, Niamh Collins and Sinead Goldrick have battled injury of late.
# Joy
'Look at this place... It's the best day of my life' - Mayo's O'Hora
Despite trailing by six points at half-time, James Horan’s men pulled off an unlikely comeback
# Comment
The question marks hanging over Dublin and Mayo heading into this semi-final clash
It’s been an eventful season for both counties.
# selection box
5 key tactical decisions facing James Horan and Dessie Farrell
Both managers will be deliberating over defensive match-ups, firepower on the bench and much more.
# question marks
'Obviously there has been a period of transition' - Farrell on talk of Dublin's demise
Dublin failed to beat the handicap in all three of their Leinster SFC outings.
# Progress
Kildare show up well in Leinster final but Dublin make it 11 titles in-a-row
Daniel Flynn slammed in a 62nd minute goal for Kildare.
# Close contest
Andy McEntee 'wouldn’t read too much' into talk of Dublin's decline
‘They’re still going to be a pretty good handful for everybody,’ the Meath boss stated after their defeat.
# Number 1
Farrell: 'Ultimately that decision whether Stephen Cluxton plays for Dublin again rests with him'
Dessie Farrell was speaking after Dublin’s Leinster semi-final win over Meath.
# Battle Royal
Meath put Dublin on the ropes after stunning fightback but fall just short
It was a brilliant second-half performance by the Royals in the Leinster SFC semi-final.
# Class
Dublin open their All-Ireland defence with convincing win
First-half goals from Jennifer Dunne and Siobhan Killeen proved crucial.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'All of a sudden, Dublin are coming back into the pack' - impact of Cluxton's absence
Marc Ó Sé gives his view on the goalkeeper stepping away from the Dublin squad on this week’s episode of The42 GAA Weekly.
# brave
'It just shows you the character of James Madden. He laid his dad to rest yesterday'
The 25-year-old played a big role in Dublin’s stunning Leinster semi-final win over Galway yesterday.
# No regrets
Commitment levels behind Mannion's decision to step away from Dublin panel
The three-time All-Star withdrew from the Sky Blues’ squad in January.
# Frustration
'It is hard to trust Kerry' - Ó Sé outlines his concerns for the Kingdom
Kerry great Tomás Ó Sé isn’t fully convinced by his former team.
# Addition
8-time All-Ireland winner Philly McMahon joins Bohemians' backroom team
The Dublin GAA star is linking up with the Gypsies.