St Vincent’s 0-12 Ballymun Kickhams 0-11: A 57th minute point from Albert Martin proved decisive as St Vincent’s narrowly defeated Ballymun Kickhams in their absorbing Dublin SFC semi-final at Parnell Park last night.
St Vincent’s 0-22 Na Fianna 2-9 (Dublin SFC semi-final): St Vincent’s kept their ambitions of a third successive title firmly intact as they accounted for Na Fianna yesterday afternoon.
St Vincent’s (Dublin) 1-13 Rhode (Offaly) 0-06
St Vincents 1-13 Rhode 0-06
Diarmuid Connolly laid on a majestic performance at Croke Park, hitting a 2-5 tally to guide St Vincent’s to glory in the All-Ireland Club football final.
Vincent’s 3-12 Portlaoise 3-09
St Vincent's (Dublin) 3-12 Portlaoise (Laois) 3-9
ST LOMAN’S 0-9 ST VINCENT’S 0-11
St Vincent's 1-9 Ballymun Kickhams 1-8
Ballymun Kickhams 0-20 St Vincent’s 1-17 (aet)
Cork conquered a heroic 14-man Dublin side in an epic Croke Park battle to reach the All-Ireland hurling final.
Dublin 0-17 Tipperary 4-20
Dublin 1-16 Limerick 1-15
Dublin 3-15 Carlow 0-11
Reigning All-Ireland and Allianz Hurling League champions Kilkenny make several changes from the side that scraped past Clare last Sunday for tomorrow’s winner-take-all clash with Cork in Nowlan Park.
Wexford 0-15 Dublin 3-19
Limerick 1-21 Dublin 1-15
Dublin 1-15 Limerick 1-21
Antrim 1-10 Dublin 3-12
Dublin 1-20 Offaly 2-16
Allianz Hurling League Div 1B: Dublin 1-20 Offaly 2-16
Dublin 1-19 Wexford 0-16
Dublin 2-19 Galway 1-21
Kerry’s team for tomorrow’s McGrath Cup final against Tipperary at Seán Treacy Park in Tipperary town shows four changes from the side that defeated Limerick in last week’s semi-final.
Tipperary 1-19 Dublin 1-21
Kilkenny 2-21 Dublin 0-9
A rollicking Allianz Hurling League Division 1A relegation final in Tullamore yesterday.
Dublin 2-20 Galway 0-26 (after extra-time)
Waterford 0-17 Dublin 0-13
Ahead of tomorrow's Allianz Hurling League encounter with Tipperary, Dublin manager Anthony Daly has confirmed that Paul Ryan has been ruled out of action for six weeks.
The GAA have declined to comment on Tommy Lyons’ allegation that he was asked to name his price in an interview for the Mayo job.
Teddy McCarthy’s Laois hurling fortunes received another boost yesterday as his new charges battled to a three point Walsh Cup quarter-final victory over injury-ravaged Dublin in O’Moore Park.
ALL-IRELAND winning Dublin manager Pat Gilroy caused some surprise by confirming he won’t be replacing his retired deputy Mickey Whelan.
EVEN the second-half introduction of some of the heavy artillery failed to help Kilkenny outgun Dublin in a cracking Walsh Cup final at Parnell Park yesterday.
Dublin 2-17 Kilkenny 2-13
Dublin 2-13 Antrim 0-12
ANTHONY DALY has admitted Dublin’s hurlers will lose a considerable advantage by the decision to switch their forthcoming Division One home games against Tipperary and Kilkenny from Parnell Park to Croke Park.
BOSS Liam Hogan toasted absent friend Stephen Perkins as Ballyboden St Enda’s claimed an historic fourth Dublin SHC title on the trot.
Dublin 0-25 Laois 0-16
Liam Rushe will return to the Dublin Senior Hurling team for their Allianz NHL Division 1 clash with Cork this Sunday, in the only change made by manager Anthony Daly from the side which lost to Kilkenny last weekend.
CAPTAIN Shane Kavanagh claimed the Walsh Cup for the first time on Galway’s behalf and then declared the Tribesmen want to stay in Leinster permanently.
Former captain David Collins is set to return for the Galway hurlers in Sunday's Walsh Cup final against Dublin (Parnell Park, throw-in 12.45pm), over two years after his last appearance for the Tribesmen.
ALL-IRELAND champions Kerry have named just five of the team that started in last September’s victory over Cork for tomorrow’s NFL Division 1 opener against Dublin in Killarney.
Both Dublin manager Anthony Daly and his Wexford counterpart Colm Bonnar have announced their sides for tomorrow's Walsh Cup semi-final in Gorey.
A David Treacy hat-trick wasn’t enough to save Dublin from an agonising two points defeat by Tipperary in this riveting Allianz NHL Division One tie at Semple Stadium, Thurles yesterday.
DUBLIN 2-21 GALWAY 0-15
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