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# dublin-football-2 - Yesterday’s News

Realising it's time to go from Mayo, the 2014 low in Limerick and Croke Park career highlights

The attacker called time on his inter-county career last November.

'I’ve only played in Croke Park once and I’ve been playing with Kerry for 9 years. It’s nice to get back'

Kerry’s Aislinn Desmond and Dublin’s Lyndsey Davey approve the move to bring in double-headers.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 17 January, 2018

Croke Park and Páirc Uí Chaoimh clashes to start 17-game GAA league coverage on eir sport

The broadcaster has announced the games they will show this spring.

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 12 January, 2018

How the US could become the Dublin GAA of the soccer world

Pay-for-play’s negative impact on the sport is obvious, writes Tommy Martin.

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 5 January, 2018

'The guys that are there are trying to put themselves in the shop window for Jim Gavin'

Paul Clarke and the experimental Dublin footballers need to beat Wexford by 17 points on Sunday to avoid an early O’Byrne Cup exit.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 4 January, 2018

Here are the semi-final draws for the 2018 O'Byrne and Walsh Cup competitions

Here are the semi-final draws for the 2018 O'Byrne and Walsh Cup competitions

Last round of fixtures in the Leinster pre-season fare this weekend.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 3 January, 2018

Offaly miss late chances to win as Colm Basquel fires 1-6 for Dublin in draw

18-year-old Cian Johnson dispatched six points from play in a fine showing for Offaly.

Will the next Niall Scully please stand up?

A number of talented fringe Dublin players will be hoping to impress Jim Gavin in the O’Byrne Cup tonight.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 2 January, 2018

5 of last year's All-Ireland U21 winners in Dublin squad for O'Byrne Cup opener against Offaly

Paul Clarke manages the team in action tomorrow night in Parnell Park.

# dublin-football-2 - Sunday 31 December, 2017

From TheJournal.ie 'Heroin ripped through Dublin... And this place we loved was at the heart of the city’s epidemic' Looking Back

'Heroin ripped through Dublin... And this place we loved was at the heart of the city’s epidemic'

Dubs footballer star Philly McMahon recalls growing up in Ballymun in the 1980s and ’90s.

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 29 December, 2017

'Through reading books on different kickers...I understood the power of the mind'

Dean Rock tells The42 about the psychology behind taking frees.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 28 December, 2017

Carlow rising - 'I think we were left with a lot more questions than answers after the year'

Daniel St Ledger reflects on their 2017 championship journey.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 27 December, 2017

Poll: Who will win the All-Ireland senior football title in 2018? Crystal Ball Gazing This post contains a poll

Poll: Who will win the All-Ireland senior football title in 2018?

Can Dublin’s era of dominance be halted?

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 26 December, 2017

18 for 18: Ross McGarry is the latest talented footballer to roll off the Dublin production line

He scored 5-15 in six championship games for Dublin minors this summer.

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 25 December, 2017

'Heroin ripped through Dublin... And this place we loved was at the heart of the city’s epidemic'

Dubs footballer star Philly McMahon recalls growing up in Ballymun in the 1980s and ’90s.

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 15 December, 2017

Pizza, pints and spinning classes: What does Jonny Cooper's off-season look like?

Cooper and the Dublin squad are enjoying their downtime but it won’t be long before January rolls around.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 14 December, 2017

Galway and Dublin stars land 2017 Leinster GAA player awards

Conor Cooney and James McCarthy were honoured with Pearse Meals in Croke Park today.

'That's when it kind of started hitting me and you start getting a bit upset' - Dub star's cruciate recovery

Jack McCaffrey is on the road to recovery after the All-Ireland final injury.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 13 December, 2017

'You can't argue with someone who has won what he has won with us'

Dublin manager Jim Gavin has been under scrutiny from some critics.

'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.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 12 December, 2017

'Repetitive' and 'misinformed' - Dublin GAA chief hits out at criticism of All-Ireland winners

John Costello has pulled no punches in his annual report.

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 11 December, 2017

Dublin senior finalists need a new manager after 2009 All-Ireland club winning boss steps down

Paddy Carr has departed from his role with Ballymun Kickhams.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 7 December, 2017

2017 Dublin minor boss takes charge of talented Sky Blues U20s side for next season

Tom Gray led Dublin to the Leinster minor football title earlier this summer.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 6 December, 2017

'Con is one of these guys that if he tried anything he'd be good at it' - Dean Rock

Rock spent years trying to establish himself on the Dublin team, while Con O’Callaghan made the transition to senior football look easy.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 5 December, 2017

Con O'Callaghan scored 15-63 this year, but the Cuala manager says he'll only get better

O’Callaghan’s exploits are testing the bounds of reason.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 28 November, 2017

Dublin GAA star Philly McMahon's 'The Choice' named Sports Book of the Year

The book overcame stiff competition from five other nominees.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 16 November, 2017

No decision yet on whether Dublin fans will be hitting the road for 2018 Leinster opener

The All-Ireland champions will take on Offaly or Wicklow.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 15 November, 2017

5-time Dublin All-Ireland senior winner Bastick brings his inter-county career to an end

Denis Bastick made his senior championship debut with Dublin in 2009.

# dublin-football-2 - Sunday 5 November, 2017

'The word 'superstar' was bandied about but I know that wasn't all to do with my football ability'

Jason Sherlock spoke to The42 about his new book this week.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 1 November, 2017

The moment James McCarthy's father knew he had something special Family Business This post contains videos

The moment James McCarthy's father knew he had something special

Dad John is no stranger to Gaelic football — himself a former All-Ireland winner with Dublin.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 25 October, 2017

The 22 contenders for eir Sport Sports Book of the Year - including The42's debut

It is the third year of the prize, which was won by ‘What Do You Think of That’ by Kerry footballer Kieran Donaghy in 2016.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 5 October, 2017

'It would a bit weird if you were kicking frees in silence' - No issue with sledging for Dubs forward

For Dean Rock, distractions are all part of the game.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 3 October, 2017

'Tupac was one of my biggest teachers growing up': MDMA on his love for hip-hop

Michael Darragh Macauley gave a very revealing interview at Culture Night recently.

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 29 September, 2017

Mannion hits 1-4 as Kilmacud knock out 2016 finalists Castleknock in Dublin quarter-final

Pat Burke also hit the net for the winners.

0-8 for Quinn as reigning champions St Vincent's cruise into Dublin senior semi-finals

The title holders were far too strong for St Sylvester’s tonight.

The GAA cynicism storm means soccer no longer stands alone on the moral low ground

But that isn’t all bad news, writes Tommy Martin.

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 25 September, 2017

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 21 September, 2017

'Kill or be killed' - cynical tactics, the pain of watching an All-Ireland and the outlook for Kerry

Paul Geaney has no qualms with the measures taken in the finale of the All-Ireland decider.

Con O'Callaghan credits Kevin McManamon for his sublime All-Ireland final finish

“You just have to keep the ball low on the ground and if you don’t he’ll save it.”

Winning Sam with the Dubs, the key subs in All-Ireland titles and starting out in triathlons

Bryan Cullen on recent GAA success and a new sporting pursuit.

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