# Dublin football

Last year
# back-to-back
Remarkable Kilmacud Crokes finish strong to defend hurling crown and repeat double glory
The Stillorgan club are Dublin’s top-tier senior hurling and football champions for a second year in succession.
All time
'We're only one rule away from the game becoming like Australian Rules' - Jim Gavin
The former Dublin boss was speaking on the JC DC Am Seo Podcast.
# Startups and tech
PepTalk is taking a data-driven approach to improving employee engagement
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the Dublin company.
# Home and Away
Wicklow GAA 'hugely disappointed' after Dublin clash moved to O'Moore Park
Leinster GAA today confirmed the quarter-final venues for later this month.
# Drug Addiction
Dublin footballer Philly McMahon spoke about his brother's death on the Late Late and it was powerful television
“It’s OK to come out and say that I’m not embarrassed.”
# Drug Addiction
'An opponent taunted me about his overdose' - Dublin footballer Philly McMahon on his brother's death
“It’s OK to come out and say that I’m not embarrassed.”
# True Blue
Mossy Quinn calls time on Dublin career
The St Vincent’s clubman has decided to make himself unavailable to new manager Jim Gavin.
# Capital Matters
Bastick: Club championship key for Dub stars
With a new Dublin boss sure to be keeping an eye on proceedings, Denis Bastick is keen to impress in the county championship.
# Resignation
Pat Gilroy steps down as manager of the Dublin footballers
County board chairman Andy Kettle confirmed the news on Wednesday night.
All we want for 2012 (and what we won’t miss from 2011)’s writers have each picked one thing that they are glad to see the back of – and one thing they are looking forward to this year.
# twinterview
Twestion Time: throws in with Bernard Brogan on Twitter
A cheeky, rapid-fire lunchtime Q&A on Twitter with the Dublin football star.
# Flutter
Five steps to heaven...
Here’s this week’s highly-ambitious accumulator. If it comes in, consider this my letter of resignation.
# Royal appointment
Reading lesson for Déise stars
Waterford hurlers to visit Coca-cola Championship side next week.
# Model midfielder
He's in fashion: Dublin star Eamon Fennell lands modelling contract
Good week for midfielder as long-running transfer row ends.
# No likey? No lighty
Ladies' man? Dublin footballer Eamon Fennell tries his luck on Take Me Out
Midfielder is centre of attention as he faces his stiffest opposition yet – the ‘flirty 30′ on the TV dating show.
# Back To Business
Radio Heads: McDevitt and Gilroy look forward to the national league action
Two of the most familiar voices on our airwaves offer their thoughts ahead of the national hurling and football league campaigns.