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Monday 5 June 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Dubs

Last month
May 2023
Double header for Dubs as GAA confirm football fixtures
Dessie Farrell’s footballers will follow Micheál Donoghue’s hurling team in a double-header.
# Double-header
Double header for Dubs as GAA confirm football fixtures
Dessie Farrell’s footballers will follow Micheál Donoghues team in double-header.
This year
# Croker Clash
Dublin come from six down to edge past Clare and keep 100% record in Division 2
Cormac Costello scored the 74th-minute winner at Croke Park.
Last year
# Dubs
Golden State Warriors crowned NBA champions in six games over Boston Celtics
Steph Curry was at his dominant best for the Warriors, scoring an equal game-high 34 points on the back of six three pointers.
# Hitting stride
Dublin open Leinster championship bid with 23-point demolition of Wexford
Brian Fenton and the returning Con O’Callaghan starred for the Sky Blues.
# Up and Running
Dublin open Division 1 league title defence with win on the road against Waterford
Caoimhe O’Connor hit 1-1 as the Sky Blues ran out 12-point winners.
All time
# Dubs
Men's AIL: Lansdowne remain on Clontarf's tails after impressive win over Garryowen
Meanwhile, Cork Con survived a scare to maintain their strong recent form.
# Dubs
Dublin storm to big win over Tipp with Caoimhe O'Connor starring
Dublin defeated Tipperary by 2-17 to 0-4 today in Thurles.
# Dubs
'Five is very special' - Schmidt's squad catch up on All-Ireland final in Japan
Joe Schmidt’s squad watched the game first thing this morning in their team room.
# The Starters
Star defender O'Donnell misses out in one of two Dublin changes for Laois clash
The sides face off in tomorrow’s All-Ireland SHC preliminary quarter-final in Portlaoise.
# sunday funday
Gavin and Kenny ring the changes as Dublin footballers and hurlers name sides
The All-Ireland champions face a trip to Roscommon while Mattie Kenny’s hurlers welcome Laois to the capital.
# home comforts
Take Dubs out of Croke Park for All-Ireland semis, says Galway's Declan Kyne
Last year’s league finalists launch their Division 1 campaign at home to Cavan this Sunday.
# Dubs
Brogan to meet with Gavin before deciding on his Dublin future
“It’s tough to walk away from, it’s been an amazing journey,” six-time All-Ireland winner Bernard Brogan said.
# Dubs
'This is the year to beat them...I think their guard will be left down a small bit'
Former Kerry All-Star Bryan Sheehan believes Dublin could be vulnerable this season as they bid for a fourth All-Ireland in-a-row.
# boys in blue
Former All-Star Peter Kelly announces Dublin inter-county retirement aged 29
The Lucan Sarsfield defender won a Leinster title under Anthony Daly in 2013.
# Team news
Dublin boss Pat Gilroy shakes things up for crucial Limerick clash
The Sky Blues side shows three changes from last time out.
# linked in
2011 Dublin All-Ireland winner looks set to join reigning champions' coaching ticket
If ratified at a Dublin LGFA meeting next month, Paul Casey will work as defence coach with Mick Bohan’s side.
# Dubs
'Me and Mr Gilroy had a bit of a falling out' - Diarmuid Connolly on quitting the Dublin panel in 2010
Connolly credits Gilroy with changing the mentality of the Dublin football squad during his time in charge.
# book season
The Choice - a new Dublin football book is on the way this autumn
Five-time All-Ireland winner Philly McMahon has penned his autobiography.
# Talking Points
Goals hurt underdogs, old and new shine in Dublin attack and Kildare's black card concern
A seventh Leinster senior title in a row for Dublin today.
# Shuffle The Pack
Galway make one change for Leinster final as Dublin bring in two new faces for qualifier
The Tribesmen take on Wexford on Sunday while the Dubs meet Laois tomorrow.
# Sitting Out
Life without Diarmuid - Dublin set to start without Connolly for first time after 28-game run
The Dublin attacking talisman has been an ever-present in championship since July 2012.
# Dubs
Dubs stick with tried and tested ahead of Banner showdown
Ger Cunningham’s men face a trip to Ennis.
# Dubs
Under pressure Ger Cunningham makes two changes for trip to Cork
Dublin and Cork clash on Saturday night in Páirc Uí Rinn.
# True Blue
Jim Gavin names unchanged Dublin side for Royal appointment
The sides meet at Croker tomorrow evening.
# Cats In Control
Kilkenny's second-half class powers them past Dublin in Leinster hurling semi-final
Newcomer Jonjo Farrell struck 1-5 for Kilkenny.
'We can't force lads to play hurling. You can't knock a fella for wanting to win an All-Ireland'
David Treacy is hoping Dublin can begin to string together a couple of good performances, starting tomorrow.
# Been There Before
Nowlan Park will bring back hurling memories for one Dublin footballer
Dublin are heading to the Kilkenny venue on 4 June to face Laois or Wicklow.
# Sky Blue
What do you make of the new Dublin GAA jersey?
The jersey is being launched today and available to buy from tomorrow.
# Job Done
Dublin bring Waterford's 11-game league winning run to an end and book quarter-final spot
A five-point win today for Ger Cunningham’s side in Walsh Park.
# Hit the road Jack
Laois offered to waive '€40k ground rent' to get Dubs to O'Moore Park, says chairman
Gerry Kavanagh is unhappy with the decision to play a potential clash at a neutral venue.
# Final two
Now we're set for a 13th Dublin-Kerry All-Ireland senior football final
Dublin booked their berth with a semi-final win over Mayo today.
# Dominant Dubs
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.
# Around The World
From Beijing to the USA and potentially back with the Dubs footballers in 2015
Paul Mannion may return to Jim Gavin’s squad.
# Comment
5 talking points after Kilkenny's late Leinster U21 show means heartbreak for Dublin
The Cats triumphed in Parnell Park tonight.
# Hurling Exams
After beating Dublin last night, 5 Kilkenny players now start their Leaving Cert today
They love their county.
# Cool Cats
Late goal gives Kilkenny dramatic win over Dublin in Leinster U21 hurling thriller
Parnell Park was the venue for tonight’s clash.
# Extension
Jim Gavin's new contract as Dublin manager is even longer than expected
A big vote of confidence for the Dubs boss.
# fresh face
Dublin's newest senior hurling recruit is a Kerry native
Darragh O’Connell was handed his debut in a challenge game last night by manager Ger Cunningham.
# Shootout
45 scores as Dublin's hurlers claimed a narrow win over Tipperary tonight
The sides clashed in a challenge match in Drombane.