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# Dubs Rule

This month
May 2023
# Five Star Dubs
Dublin lift 13th Leinster title in-a-row after Louth demoliton
Dessie Farrell’s side won on a scoreline of 5-21 to 0-15.
# Five Star Dubs
Dublin lift 13th Leinster title in-a-row after Louth demoliton
Dessie Farrell’s side won on a scoreline of 5-21 to 0-15.
All time
# clucko
Stephen Cluxton back training with Dublin ahead of 21st championship campaign
There had been mounting speculation about the 39-year-old goalkeeper’s future.
# five in a rowe
'Phenomenal' Aherne to captain 'hunted and chased' Dublin again in Drive for Five
‘When she speaks, everyone knows to listen,’ Carla Rowe says of the long-serving Sky Blues skipper.
# christmas cracker
Bohan braced for 'great festival' of Dublin football as old foes stand in the way of four-in-a-row
‘This group have nothing but respect for Cork. It will be two groups of footballers going at it to the nth degree and the best team will win.’
# breffni battle
Dublin's four-in-a-row bid roars on as Rowe's 2-4 steers them into another All-Ireland final
Mick Bohan’s side drove on in the second half of a stern Armagh test to book their seventh decider date on the bounce.
# going again
'If Mick stays, I can't see any of us going anywhere,' says Dublin selector Casey
The 2011 All-Ireland champion believes Mick Bohan staying at the helm of the three-in-a-row winning Dublin ladies is key.
# Dubs Rule
Dublin's All-Ireland three in-a-row dream lives on after seeing off arch-rivals Cork
Mick Bohan’s Sky Blues now face Galway in the All-Ireland final.
# Dubs Rule
Archer's 3-8 steers Dublin young guns to first-ever Leinster U20 crown against Laois
Tom Grey’s side were 13-point winners tonight, with Galway up next.
# Dubs Rule
2-4 for captain fantastic Ring as superb Foxrock-Cabinteely seal Leinster four in-a-row
The Dublin kingpins beat Sarsfields of Laois and booked their All-Ireland semi-final date.
# Happy returns
A tale of two All-Ireland finals: From a fan in the stands to the thick of the action in 12 months
‘It’s hard to believe that I came back this year, straight into a team that had just won an All-Ireland, and now we’ve done it again.’
# Champions Again
Rowe and Aherne inspire Dublin to back-to-back All-Ireland titles for the first time
The champions retained their title against Cork.
# Dubs Rule
Dublin trio nominated in battle for the 2018 Footballer of the Year award
Jack McCaffrey, Brian Fenton and Ciaran Kilkenny have been recognised for their stunning showings this year.
# Dubs Rule
'Big population doesn’t entitle you to anything' - Darcy defends Dubs after recent dominance
Dublin are chasing a fifth All-Ireland senior title in seven years on 17 September.