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# the dubs
Stephen Curry scores 40 points as Golden State Warriors beat Cleveland Cavaliers
Curry scored half of his haul in the fourth quarter.
# Time to say goodbye
Seven-time All-Ireland winner O'Gara retires from Dublin after 11-year career
The Templeogue Synge Street star has decided to call it a day with the Dubs.
# Drive For Five
Poll: Will you watch the men's All-Ireland final replay today?
The men from the Kingdom battle the Dubs all over again in Croke Park today.
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Champions Dublin book All-Ireland quarter-final spot with 25 point win at Parnell Park
Mick Bohan’s side enjoyed a comfortable afternoon against Monaghan.
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Goals from Aherne and Woods help impressive Dublin end Galway's unbeaten record
Mick Bohan’s side reclaimed top spot in the table by virtue of their superior points’ difference.
# boys in blue
The stats behind Dublin's four in a row attempt
27 games unbeaten. Four different venues. Three Sam Maguires.
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A boost with meals after training and Croke Park games but still chasing more progress
Sinéad Goldrick hopes there will be further promotion of ladies football.
# return of the Mc
Fit-again James McCarthy starts as Dublin's only change in side to face Donegal
Eric Lowndes loses out to the Ballymun Kickhams man.
# The Life of Bert
Why is Bertie really really very worried?
The former taoiseach isn’t confident about Sunday.
# Home and Away
Whelan: 'Dubs have no problem playing outside Croke Park, that's Leinster Council's problem'
Those sentiments were echoed by the GAA President.
# Capital D
BOD retires, Keane's goals and the UFC - Dublin's 2014 sporting highlights
It was also a good year for James McGee, St Vincent’s and Stephanie Roche.
# the dubs
Dublin want a hurling boss for three-year term as Daly's future still uncertain
Andy Kettle and Richie Stakelum on the latest state of play with the Clare man’s position.
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11 of Dublin's best sporting moments in 2013
Was it a good year for the capital? You bet.
# Road to Croker
All-Ireland SFC 2013: Dublin’s route to the final
Meath made them wobble and Kerry punctured their defence but the Boys in Blue have looked pretty serene.
POLL: Who will win today’s battle between Dublin and Kerry?
The winner of today’s All-Ireland clash will face Mayo in the final on 22 September.
# Tough Slog
Heavy workload pushing GAA stars to brink says Dublin's Ger Brennan
The defender says the constant grind of the game would only be a sacrifice to him if he was not enjoying his football.
# Good Neighbours?
In the middle of it: Fennell looking forward to Royal bash
The midfielder grew up on heated Championship encounters between Dublin and Meath, now he wants to sample that atmosphere for himself.