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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Sigerson Cup

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Niall Moyna: 'In my classes from now on, I have no intention of promoting Gaelic Games'.
The DCU boss has hit out over the ruling that sees Cork’s Aidan Walsh and Donegal’s Michael Boyle ineligible for the Sigerson Cup.
VIDEO: Michael Murphy hits 9 points for DCU in Sigerson opener
The lad can play.
Sigerson Cup: Murphy inspires DCU to victory
Donegal’s All-Ireland winning captain was the star of the show this afternoon.
Aidan Walsh ruled ineligible for Sigerson Cup action with DCU
Donegal goalkeeper Michael Boyle is also unavailable for the reigning champions.
Sharp-shooting Ciaran Sheehan inspires Cork IT to win over GMIT on Leeside
The Cork senior hit 1-4 today.
Sigerson Cup: DIT escape from the wild west
DIT, one of the favourites for the Sigerson Cup, survived a tricky test to claim a narrow win.
Video: Super Sigerson Cup scores
Some Gaelic football tekkers to enjoy.
Sigerson Cup: Triumphs for UCD, DCU and St Mary's
There was glory for two Dublin colleges in the Sigerson Cup today and a Belfast-based one.
Sigerson Cup: Wins for UCC, NUI Maynooth and Athlone IT
Peter Crowley (UCC), Sean Hurley (NUI Maynooth) and Cathal Shine (Athlone IT) all registered crucial goals in their sides victories today.
Here's your 2013 Sigerson Cup Guide: Part 2
This year’s Sigerson Cup throws in on this afternoon. Here’s the second part of our team guide to the competition.
Here's your 2013 Sigerson Cup Guide: Part 1
This year’s Sigerson Cup throws in on Tuesday afternoon. Here’s the first part of a team guide to the competition.
DCU duo Walsh and Boyle still in the dark
The DRA hearing on the issue of the Sigerson Cup eligibility of Aidan Walsh and Michael Boyle must be reconvened.
Shootouts to potentially decide Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cup semi-finals
A new concept could be used to settle the outcome of stalemates that arise in third-level GAA games.
Ready to go: Down GAA backroom teams finalised for 2013
Niall Moyna has joined Down’s football side, while Paul Flynn is now part of the county hurling management team.
Paul Curran: 'It’s a no brainer. He has to be back in'
The star of last Monday night’s Dublin county final has been tipped for inter-county recognition next year.
Athlone IT named as venue for Sigerson Cup Finals Weekend
Meanwhile, the climax of the Fitzgibbon Cup will take place in Galway by GMIT.
It's Sunday, so here's 9 of our favourite pictures from the past 7 days
Flick back through some of the most striking images from the week of sport.
More bad news for Harte as O'Neill handed 12-week ban.
Tyrone man was part of the St Mary’s Belfast side which lost out to NUIG in a recent controversial Sigerson Cup tie.
Murph's sideline cut: forward-thinking Dubs singing in the rain...
‘Another member of that Vincent’s team was of course Pat Gilroy, and I would’ve spent quite a bit of time in Pat’s company…’
Heslin the latest GAA star to head down under
Eighteen-year-old Westmeath footballer will join Tommy Walsh and Tadhg Kennelly in the AFL next season.
UCC and UUJ prepare to do battle in Sigerson final
Some of the game’s rising stars will clash for the prestigious third-level title this afternoon.
Barrister views video tapes in Ricky Nixon investigation
Under-fire super-scout has not been in contact with lawyer and his whereabouts remain uncertain.
Sofa supporter: the sport on TV this weekend
There’s plenty to keep you out of trouble this weekend – including an early start on Sunday morning for all you newly-converted cricket fans.
The Morning Score: Friday
Kolo Touré fails a drug test, DCU crash out of the Sigerson, and we ready ourselves for the start of the domestic football season.
Mullins: Sigerson rescheduling would benefit players
Dublin legend agrees that the hectic nature of the current fixture list leaves young players in danger of burnout.
Ricky Nixon 'in England', may not come to Ireland at all
Friends worried about Aussie Rules agent’s state of mind as he ponders next move.
More bad news for Nixon as driving charge looms
Case adjourned in Melbourne because AFL agent is in Ireland.
Ricky Nixon cleared to work as agent while in Ireland as probe referred to barrister
No suspension as Nixon vows to cooperate with investigation from Ireland.
DIT stunned in Sigerson without Paul Galvin
We’ve got a round-up of all today’s Sigerson Cup action as well as the draw for the quarter-finals.
Galvin unlikely to feature in DIT's Sigerson opener
Kerry boss Jack O’Connor does not expect Finuge man to play.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
United and Arsenal get the job done, Galvin set for college competition and the Sky scandal rumbles on.