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Watch: Dubs Delight Fans With Heartfelt Singsong During Hospital Visit

It’s one of the most loved and well-respected traditions in the GAA and Dublin carried that on today by bringing the Sam Maguire cup to Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin. Players such as Philly McMahon, Brian Howard and Brian Fenton delighted their young fans by taking pictures and chatting with them. One special moment, in particular, was captured on video …

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Dublin Best XV Of Their Winning Four-In-A-Row Teams

Dublin claimed yet another All Ireland title yesterday, sweeping past Tyrone by a margin of six points. With such a wealth of talent in the county, it is unsurprising that this was their fourth All Ireland title in-a-row. With that in mind, we have chosen what we believe to be their strongest XV from their four winning teams.  _____ 1. …

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“Here In Spirit” – Philly McMahon Pays Touching Tribute To Late Father

All-Ireland winning Dublin defender Philly McMahon has paid tribute to his late father following his side’s six-point victory over Tyrone in Sunday’s final at Croke Park. The Ballymun Kickhams man was his usual tenacious self as the Dubs proved too much for Tyrone despite a late-surge from Mickey Harte’s men. Following the game, McMahon paid tribute to his late father Phil …

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The Sunday Game Announces Its Footballer And Team Of The Year Awards

Another year of inter-county football is in the books, and it’s another Sam Maguire for Dublin – their fourth in a row. Jim Gavin’s side were as dominant as ever in this campaign, and were suitably represented heavily in The Sunday Game’s ‘team of the year’. The panel consisted of Raheny man Ciarán Whelan, Donegal captain Michael Murphy, Lee Keegan …

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Dublin’s Four-In-A-Row Celebration Plans Released

Dublin conquered Tyrone in the All Ireland Football final by a scoreline of 2-17 to 1-14. Tyrone put up some late resistance with a penalty, but Jim Gavin’s side ultimately fulfilled expectations by claiming their fourth consecutive Sam Maguire. Naturally, such an achievement heralds huge celebrations. Dublin City Council have announced that Smithfield Plaza will host tomorrow’s celebrations, and gave …

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Watch: James McCarthy Hails Team Spirit As Dublin Earn Four-In-A-Row

Dublin’s James McCarthy spoke to RTE’s The Sunday Game directly after starring in his side’s win over Tyrone in today’s All-Ireland final. Dublin managed to gradually assert their dominance over Tyrone in today’s All-Ireland Senior Football final, coming out on top in an entertaining matchup by a score of 2-17 to 0-14. Today’s win made it four Sam Maguire’s on …

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Watch: Controversy As Dublin Awarded Penalty To Level Game

Dublin managed to even the playing field just over twenty minutes into today’s All-Ireland final against Tyrone in Croke Park. The underdogs managed to get off to a strong start, something that sent an ever-so-slightly nervous tremor through the Dublin ground. Mickey Harte’s side haven’t raised the Sam Maguire since 2008 and against the dominant force that is the favourites …

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Gavin Names Dublin Team Ahead Of Sunday’s All-Ireland Final

Dublin have named an unchanged side ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland final against Tyrone in Croke Park. The reigning All-Ireland champions are looking to clinch their fourth Sam Maguire crown in a row and Dubs boss Jim Gavin has decided to stick with the same team that dismantled Galway by nine points in last month’s semi-final. Cian O’Sullivan is fit to …

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Brogan: An Entertaining Final Will Gloss Over Issues In The GAA

Ex-Dublin forward Alan Brogan has admitted that a good All-Ireland final between Dublin and Tyrone in Croke Park on Sunday would “gloss over” some of the GAA’s “issues” over the course of the year. Speaking at the FamilySportFest launch earlier this week, Brogan explained that an exciting All-Ireland final could be very important for the GAA in what’s been a …

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Tyrone’s Mickey Harte Reveals Hidden Battle With Cancer

Mickey Harte has revealed to the press that he underwent a two-year battle with cancer, a battle he managed to win last December. Tyrone manager Mickey Harte gave an incredibly honest interview to The Irish Examiner recently and revealed to them that he was diagnosed with bladder cancer in the early months of 2015. His struggle with his illness only saw him …

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Mayo’s Carnacon Reinstated To Championship Following Successful Appeal

Reigning All-Ireland ladies club champions Carnacon have been reinstated to the Mayo Championship following a successful appeal to Connacht LGFA last night. The Connaught Telegraph are reporting that Carnacon will now be free to defend their Mayo, Connacht and All-Ireland crowns after the original decision to throw them out of the championship was reversed by the Connacht Ladies GAA appeal committee. …

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