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Dublin as expected made easy work of Westmeath which has yet again brought up the debate of a tiered championship. Garbage time is a term often used in American sports to describe the period toward the end of a timed sporting event that has become a blowout when the outcome of the game has already been decided. When Dean Rock scored Dublin’s opening goal we were facing into 40 minutes of garb[..]

The hype is building towards the league clash on March 18th in Tralee when Dublin attempt to equal Kerry’s 80-year-old record of 34 league and championship games unbeaten.  Always a major clash, SportsNewsIRELAND looks at their last three meetings down south. 2010 – Dublin 1-12 Kerry 1-10 Kerry were All-Ireland and League champions and had just picked up the McGrath Cup when Dublin arrived [..]

Jack McCaffrey set for Dublin return

Posted by Keith Nulty in Craic | Jan 2017

Stand-in Dublin manager Paul Clarke has today given his full backing to 23-year-old former Dublin star Jack McCaffrey. The 2015 footballer of the year opted not to play for the eventual All-Ireland champions last season, instead focusing on his studies as he provided volunteer work in Africa. However, since his return, the Clontarf man has looked back to his best for both club and college, n[..]

The News of the Day from Around the GAA Lucan Sarsfields' key to season fitness Liam Ryan of Lucan Sarsfields has revealed that to stay fit for a season, players should train in all year round. The Dublin based side focus on training in the winter months instead of just starting to train before the season starts. Speaking to the Evening Herald, Ryan said: "Players today never lose their fi[..]