Dublin hurlers, having led by two points at half time, took second control of this NHL Division lB third round tie at Netwatch Cullen Park, Mattie Kenny’s side outscoring hosts Carlow by 0-14 to 0-5 in that second period.
Two goals within the opening three minutes of the second-half proved decisive as Dublin eased to victory over a disappointing Laois at Parnell Park.
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St Mullin's produced the shock of the club championship weekend as the Carlow representatives stunned former All-Ireland champions, Cuala, at Netwatch Cullen Park.
Sean Moran is confident that Cuala colleague Con O’Callaghan will be ‘back soon’ after the horror challenge that ended his Dublin SHC final involvement.
A look back at the magical moments from this year.
Eddie Brennan's Laois hurlers have pulled off the shock of the summer – and maybe many more besides - with an astonishing two-point defeat of Dublin in the All-Ireland preliminary quarter-final.
Galway have been sensationally dumped out of the All-Ireland hurling championship after a remarkable evening at Parnell Park that saw Dublin pull off a famous Leinster SHC win.
The questions which Ger Cushe pose have been asked before. The ever so slight frustration in his tone has been heard before also.
When Dublin, trailing by three points, were awarded a free deep into injury-time at Parnell Park and centre-back Sean Moran strode forward, the mind was drawn back to Croke Park last year.
Dublin defender Sean Moran proved to be a last-action hero yet again for boss Mattie Kenny with a late, late goal at Parnell Park to secure a dramatic Leinster SHC draw.
Brian Cody’s 21st championship campaign got off to a winning start thanks to an inspirational display by captain TJ Reid.
Cork pair Daragh O’Riordan and Mikey Walsh (Ford Fiesta WRC) won the Rose Hotel Circuit of Kerry Rally in Tralee — round two of the Top Part West Coast Rally Championship.
After Dublin lost to Clare in the 2012 qualifiers in Ennis, Jamesie O’Connor wrote in his newspaper column the following day that Dublin had played “caveman hurling”.
I was walking into Croke Park last Sunday when I heard some fella calling me.
You might have noticed the scoreline of the Dublin-Laois Allianz NHL Division 1B encounter at the weekend and wondered if Dublin were improving at all under Mattie Kenny.
It wasn't always pretty from Dublin at rain-drenched Parnell Park but Mattie Kenny's men dug deep to secure the win and top spot in Division 1B of the Allianz NHL.
Páirc Uí Chaoimh stadium director Bob Ryan says “there’ll be no issue with the pitch” for tomorrow week’s Munster SHC opener between Cork and Clare at the venue.
Dublin reap rewards and costs of Cuala success.
It’s exactly 20 years ago that Liam Silke’s uncle, Ray, captained Galway to the All-Ireland football title.
Cuala have just kept finding the answers when the hardest questions imaginable have been asked of them, writes Anthony Daly.
I was in the Gaelic Grounds yesterday at 3.10pm. I was still there after 7pm. On another day, I’d have watched three matches in that time but yesterday’s contest was no ordinary game.
NA PIARSAIGH (Limerick) 2-19 - CUALA (Dublin) 1-22 (after extra time): Two things you don’t often see at Croke Park; snow on St Patrick’s Day and Con O’Callaghan wasting chances for scores.
Cuala (Dublin) 1-23 Kilcormac-Killoughey (Offaly) 1-9: If it wasn’t for Mattie Kenny’s forensic attention to detail, we mightn’t read too much into the curious, 26-point score-lines that his Cuala team has been racking up lately.
Starting as they mean to go on and carrying on where they left off in the league, Galway disposed of Dublin with all the comfort of seasoned assassins.
Tyre choice for the final pair of stages proved crucial and decisive as Ballylickey’s Daniel Cronin and his Killarney co-driver Shane Buckley won the Banna Beach Resort Kerry Winter Rally for the second time in three years.
He just may be the most realistic dreamer or the most idealistic realist in Gaelic football.
Motorsport Ireland chief executive Alex Sinclair is confident that a ruling from the European Court of Justice - which has the potential to have detrimental effects for motorsport across the EU - will be amended.
St Jude’s and Ballyboden St Enda’s progressed to the Dublin SHC semi-finals after overcoming Faughs and Cuala, respectively, at O’Toole Park yesterday.
Dublin City University 4-15 NUI Galway 0-11
IT Tralee 0-10 NUI Galway 0-15 (aet)
Mayo senior footballers and Limerick senior hurlers got their 2014 campaigns off to winning starts in the FBD League and Waterford Crystal Cup respectively tonight.
The GAA have confirmed the make-up of its Football 'Stars of the 1980s' team which will be honoured on All-Ireland SFC final day on Sunday, September 22 when Dublin meet Mayo at Croke Park.
U21 football is where it’s at these days if one wants to see football played well
Considering Galway have annexed three U21 titles in slightly over a decade, and a minor in 2007, it is difficult to reconcile those facts with the total collapse at senior inter-county level over the same period.
Galway 2-10 Kildare 2-5
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An outstanding forward pack powered by one of the Ryan triplets in each of the three rows of the scrum was the decisive element in St Munchin’s impressive victory in yesterday’s Avonmore Munster Schools Senior Cup quarter-final at Dooradoyle.
DUBLIN will be the first team since Cork in 2000 to provide representatives in both All-Ireland minor finals after this victory for Dessie Farrell’s side against a Galway team that proved far stiffer opposition than some had expected.
SHANE WALSH fired Galway into an All-Ireland MFC semi-final with a top class second-half display against Ulster champions Cavan in the Pearse Park in Longford on Saturday.
GALWAY boss Tommy Joyce has made three changes to his starting fifteen for this afternoon’s All-Ireland MFC quarter-final against Cavan in Pearse Park at 3pm.
THE Dublin hurlers’ first time in 50 years to make it into August and the Limerick footballers’ first time to make an All-Ireland quarter-final.
EMMETT BOLTON returns to the Kildare side for tomorrow’s All-Ireland qualifier against neighbours Meath in Páirc Tailteann in Navan.
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