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# Dublin GAA

31st May 2023
# Report
Lenny Cahill hits top form to maintain Dublin's dominance in Leinster
Victory over Kildare ensures Damien Fennelly’s side surge through to the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
This week
28th May 2023 - 1st June 2023
# unique
Kevin Moran's life with Dublin and Man United one that could no longer be lived
An epic sporting story that marries nostalgia with understated emotion will be aired on RTÉ One tomorrow night.
Last month
May 2023
# Cat Laughs
Kilkenny close in on Leinster final return with victory over Dublin
Six unanswered second-half points steered Kilkenny to victory and cemented their place in the Leinster Championship top three.
# dub star
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.
# Selections
Cluxton named to start for Dublin in Leinster final against Louth
Meanwhile, Austin Gleeson has been named to start for the Déise’s Munster SHC clash with Clare.
# Wrap
Galway and Kilkenny advance to Leinster minor hurling final
The Tribesmen defeated Dublin in the semi-final while Kilkenny edged out Wexford.
# Puzzled
'I can't know why they took games out of Parnell Park' - Canning
The Dublin hurlers will play two of their home games in the Leinster SHC at Croke Park instead of Parnell Park.
This year
# Report
Hannah Tyrrell goal proves decisive as Dublin hold firm against All-Ireland champions
Meath rally in second half but it’s not enough to produce turnaround.
# Still On Top
Kildare U20s complete Leinster back-to-back triumph after extra-time epic with Dublin
Ryan Sinkey top scored for the Lilywhites as they frustrated Dublin for the second year running.
# emphatic
1-7 for O'Callaghan as Dublin storm into Leinster semi-final with 27-point win
The sides met in O’Moore Park.
# emphatic
1-7 for O'Callaghan as Dublin storm into Leinster semi-final with 27-point win
The sides met in O’Moore Park.
# League lessons
Final call: Who is best placed to take Kerry's All-Ireland crown?
Sunday’s Allianz League finals have the feel of a Croke Park audition for the leading four contenders to take Kerry’s Sam Maguire crown.
# Guess who's back
Dublin secure promotion back to Division 1 as Cluxton makes shock return
Dessie Farrell’s side overcame Louth to set up a league decider with Derry next weekend.
# memory lane
'Croke Park was rare for Clare footballers' - A famous All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin
Tonight’s Division 2 clash of Clare and Dublin brings up memories of the 1992 All-Ireland semi-final between the counties.
# Dublin v Tipp
Croke Park baptisms, new-look teams, and goal-hungry attackers
The Tipperary hurlers haven’t played at GAA headquarters since their 2019 All-Ireland victory.
# Eye Catchers
Five emerging talents that sparkled on Allianz football league opening weekend
There were plenty of impressive performances to pour over at the weekend.
# On The Road
Dublin narrowly hold off Kildare to open Division 2 campaign with a victory
The sides clashed in the league opener at Croke Park.
# Talking Points
Dublin and Derry favourites, Cork's next step and aim for new managers
The second tier action commences tomorrow.
Last year
# John Costello
Dublin GAA chief: 'Worrying shift' in funding will result in job losses and sale of assets
Dublin GAA CEO John Costello says the “surreptitious shift in association policy” will cost the county €450,000 per annum.
# Building For The Future
Dublin GAA get green light for centre of excellence in Hollystown
Planning permission granted for multi-million euro project on site of former golf club.
# Appointment
Major boost for Dublin footballers as former boss Pat Gilroy joins backroom team
The 2011 All-Ireland winning manager was linked in recent weeks with a role in Dessie Farrell’s setup, and defender Lee Gannon has confirmed the news.
# New Kit
Here's a first look at the Dublin GAA jersey for the 2023 season
Prominent use of navy on new design.
# back-to-back
Remarkable Kilmacud Crokes finish strong to defend hurling crown and repeat double glory
The Stillorgan club are Dublin’s top-tier senior hurling and football champions for a second year in succession.
# Blues Brothers
Paul Mannion and Jack McCaffrey set to return to Dublin squad for 2023 season
The star duo have been key absentees for the side in recent years.
# going east
Shane Walsh completes transfer to Kilmacud Crokes
It’s understood that Walsh’s home club in Galway, Kilkerrin-Clonberne, did not lodge an objection to the controversial transfer.
# Calling Time
Adrian O'Sullivan steps down as Dublin camogie manager
His Dubs produced a number of impressive displays over the summer, reaching the last eight of the All-Ireland championship.
# Staying Put
Dessie Farrell to continue as Dublin football manager for two more years
The Dublin GAA county committee made the announcement this evening.
# Team news
No Con O'Callaghan or James McCarthy as Dublin name team for All-Ireland semi-final
The Dubs will take on Kerry tomorrow afternoon in Croke Park.
# Team news
Jack O'Connor keeps the faith as Kerry name unchanged side to face Dublin
While they stuttered somewhat to their 1-18 to 0-13 win at the quarter-final stage, the Kingdom boss has opted against freshening things up for the semis.
# Onwards
Galway rally from Connacht loss to overcome Dublin and book All-Ireland minor semi-final spot
The Tribesmen will face Derry in the final-four clash.
'Tremendous resilience': Dublin show support for injured player Sean with jersey sponsor swap
Support4Drummo will be visible on shirts to raise awareness during matches this weekend.
# Nailbiter
Wexford secure Leinster U20 final spot with hard-fought victory over Dublin
A last-gasp line-ball almost forced extra-time but struck the inside of the upright during a thrilling finish.
# Thriller
0-4 apiece for Bagnall and Fanning as Kildare edge out Dublin to claim Leinster U20 crown
Kildare came away as two-point winners in the provincial decider.
# Boost
Alex Considine goal helps Dublin earn narrow win over Laois
Mattie Kenny’s charges were misfiring throughout and ended with 17 wides in total.
# new recruit
Seven-time All-Ireland winner O'Gara joins Wexford senior champions Shelmaliers
The 36-year-old full-forward has lived locally for the last couple of years.
# Kingdom
Brilliant first-half fires Kerry to deserved win over Dublin
The sides battled it out in Tralee.
# No Looking Back
'I think that ship has sailed' - Kilmacud star Dias at peace after second coming with Dublin
Kilamcud Crokes midfielder was briefly recalled to the Dublin squad in 2020.
# tough work
Bugler and Fenton inspire 14-man Dublin to O'Byrne Cup final success over Laois
John Small’s first-half red card made things more complicated for Dublin, who ground down an impressive Laois side.
# Walsh Cup
Red-hot Dubs score emphatic win over Shefflin's Galway, wins for Offaly and Kilkenny
There were three Walsh Cup ties down for decision today.
# not yet
'I don't plan on it now' - No Dublin return for Mannion as club the focus before Leinster final
The three-time All-Star will not be involved with Dessie Farrell’s side in 2022.