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# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 13 February, 2019

'Kildare scored six points, Man City scored six goals. Which match would you go to?'

Dublin legend Paddy Cullen says Kerry’s win in Tralee was an example of Gaelic football at its best.

# dublin-football-2 - Saturday 9 February, 2019

Crowley proves Kerry's unlikely scoring hero as they defeat Dublin in league cracker

A one-point win for the home side tonight in Tralee.

As it happened: Kerry v Dublin, Mayo v Cavan - Saturday football match tracker

All four of tonight’s games started at 7pm.

All eyes on in-form centre-forwards for tonight's big Kerry-Dublin showdown

Cormac Costello and Sean O’Shea have been in good form so far in the league.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 7 February, 2019

'I have tried several times but he is a very busy man' - Croke Park chief's efforts to contact Gavin

The Dublin manager has questioned the usage of Croke Park for concerts during the summer.

# dublin-football-2 - Sunday 3 February, 2019

'Our priority would be to try and keep guys a bit fresher coming into the summer'

Galway’s focus for the league has shifted significantly since 2018, with their eyes on bigger prizes.

# dublin-football-2 - Saturday 2 February, 2019

Dublin respond to Monaghan defeat with emphatic 11-point win over Galway

Cormac Costello fired over six points for the All-Ireland and league champions.

Guthrie and McLoughlin contribute 1-10 as Donegal inflict first defeat on Dublin in 11 months

Karen Guthrie and Geraldine McLoughlin were the key attackers for Maxi Curran’s side.

As it happened: Dublin v Galway, Limerick v Tipperary - Saturday GAA match tracker

Tonight’s other clash saw the Donegal footballers entertain Meath.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 31 January, 2019

Numbers Game: No manager has beaten Jim Gavin's Dublin more often than Malachy O'Rourke

Jim McGuinness remains the only manager with an unbeaten record against Dublin in the Jim Gavin era.

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 28 January, 2019

Jim Gavin gives little away on Diarmuid Connolly situation

It appears unlikely after Gavin’s latest comments that a return for the two-time All-Star is on the cards.

# dublin-football-2 - Saturday 26 January, 2019

Poll: Who do you think will lift the Division 1 football league crown? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will lift the Division 1 football league crown?

Dublin are the reigning champions, can they be stopped this spring?

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 21 January, 2019

Westmeath boss Cooney undaunted by rise in expectations 'as long as we're making progress'

Jack Cooney led his charges past Dubln in the O’Byrne Cup final on Friday night.

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 18 January, 2019

Ger Egan hits 1-5 as Westmeath defeat Dublin for first O'Byrne Cup title since 1988

It’s a good start for the Lake County under new manager Jack Cooney.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 16 January, 2019

'He is a very persuasive man and you obviously want to play for as long as you can' - Dublin star returns

Lyndsey Davey is back aiming for glory with Dublin in 2019.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 15 January, 2019

'Give them the chance to play inter-county football if they want it'

Senan Connell says more counties should utilise the GAA parentage rule to enlist players from the Dublin club scene.

Thurles and Castlebar clashes to start 15-game GAA league coverage this spring on eir sport

The broadcaster launched their spring schedule today.

# dublin-football-2 - Saturday 12 January, 2019

Penalty shootout win for Dublin over Meath books spot in O'Byrne Cup final

Parnell Park hosted tonight’s game.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 8 January, 2019

'I just don’t think it was very fair' - Dublin star Healy critical of Varadkar's comments on medics

Dublin’s three-time All-Ireland winner Noelle Healy balances her inter-county career with work as an anaesthetist.

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 31 December, 2018

'Powerful story' and 'raw emotions' - praise for Jason Sherlock documentary

The Loosehorse production aired on RTÉ 1 last night.

# dublin-football-2 - Sunday 30 December, 2018

'It was powerful and quite moving' - Jason Sherlock's speech to his father's ashes in South African temple

In a documentary that airs tonight on RTÉ One, Jason Sherlock travels to South Africa to meet his half-brother and visit his father’s final resting place.

# dublin-football-2 - Saturday 29 December, 2018

Poll: Who’ll win the All-Ireland senior football title in 2019? Prediction Time This post contains a poll

Poll: Who’ll win the All-Ireland senior football title in 2019?

Can anyone stop Dublin’s five-in-a-row bid?

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 28 December, 2018

Quiz: How well do you remember the 2018 football year?

Let’s test your knowledge.

# dublin-football-2 - Saturday 22 December, 2018

Lynch and McHugh hit 3-8 as Dublin round off 2018 with comfortable win over Dubs Stars

Kevin McManamon scored four points for the losing team.

Jason Sherlock's fascinating life story to be told in new documentary over Christmas

Jayo will be broadcast on Sunday 30 December 2018 on RTÉ One at 9.30pm.

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 21 December, 2018

21 of the best pictures from A Season of Sundays 2018

Sportsfile have released their annual collection of images chronicling the GAA season.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 19 December, 2018

Staying On! Gavin to remain in charge of Dublin until end of 2021 championship

Jim Gavin has agreed to stay on for another three years.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 12 December, 2018

Dublin All-Ireland U21 and minor winning football boss to take over Na Fianna senior side

Dessie Farrell will be in charge at club level in 2019.

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 10 December, 2018

'It’s definitely their day, not ours and we have to take our beating' - Kilmacud salute new Leinster champions

A historic win for Mullinalaghta yesterday in Tullamore.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 6 December, 2018

John Costello: 'It is neither the root of all fixture-making evil or a panacea for football’s ills'

The Dublin secretary addresses some of the burning topics in the GAA.

Stop the 'city of concrete': Dublin GAA want government to sell Nama land to sports clubs

The Dubs are hoping to break ground in mid-2019 on their new base at the Spawell Complex.

No 'microchips' or 'wires' discovered - Dublin chief responds to critics of All-Ireland winners

John Costello has launched a typically robust defence of the champions in his annual report.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 4 December, 2018

Club boss taking over Dublin, juggling two sports and the 2019 five-in-a-row bid

Con O’Callaghan is full of praise for Mattie Kenny but doesn’t see himself switching Dublin squads.

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 3 December, 2018

'I’ve no problem now reading criticism or reading good things. I’m thick-skinned, I can take it.'

The two-time All-Star winner on his rise to become a leader in the Tyrone ranks.

# dublin-football-2 - Tuesday 27 November, 2018

'We'll adapt and get on with it' - McCaffrey's view on football's rule changes

Footballer of the Year nominee Jack McCaffrey doesn’t feel the rules needed to be tweaked.

# dublin-football-2 - Wednesday 21 November, 2018

Kildare next up in club manager role for Dublin and Roscommon county winning boss

Paul Curran has been appointed as Celbridge manager.

# dublin-football-2 - Friday 16 November, 2018

Meath v Dublin challenge match aiming to raise over €100,000 for Sean Cox

The fundraiser will be played at Pairc Tailteann on 16 December.

# dublin-football-2 - Monday 12 November, 2018

'For a guy who has given so much to the club and to the county you’ve got to let him off' - Kilmacud cope without star

Kilmacud Crokes lined out without Cian O’Sullivan yesterday in Navan.

# dublin-football-2 - Sunday 11 November, 2018

2-6 for Mannion as Kilmacud breeze past Dunboyne to book Leinster semi-final place

Páirc Tailteann in Navan hosted today’s game.

# dublin-football-2 - Thursday 8 November, 2018

1998 Dublin title with Kilmacud, 2005 Meath title with Dunboyne and now manager as clubs meet in Leinster

Robbie Brennan has an insight to both clubs before Sunday’s clash in Navan.

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