Leinster U21FC fixtures
The latest fixtures from the Cadburys Leinster U21FC.
Leinster PP Schools Senior preview
Where better to finish than in Croke Park? On Saturday Colaiste Eoin and Marist College Athlone take to the field at Jones Road with 60 minutes separating them from the Leinster PP Schools Senior Football title.
Black card makes no difference to O'Sullivan
Cian O'Sullivan says the introduction of the black card has had no effect on him.
Team news: Dublin XV to play Kildare
There are two alterations to the Dublin starting fifteen for Saturday's Allianz NFL Division 1 tie against Kildare in Croke Park.
Mullins: Heffo's legacy lives on
As St Vincent's prepare to tackle Castlebar Mitchels in the All-Ireland Club final, Kevin Heffernan's impact on club and county can't be underestimated according to the Marino club's director of football Brian Mullins.
Leinster U21 FC: Dubs thump Carlow
Dublin are through to the semi-final stage of the Leinster U21 FC following this facile 2-28 to 0-3 defeat of Carlow at IT Carlow.
Mulvey to chair concert talks between GAA and residents
The chairman of the Labour Relations Commission Kieran Mulvey is to act as an intermediary between the GAA and local Croke Park residents in an attempt to resolve a dispute over the Garth Brooks concerts scheduled for July.
Ger is fine
Ger Brennan is expected to be fit to line out for St Vincent's against Castlebar Mitchels in the All-Ireland Club SFC final.
Dublin name U21 XV
Dublin U21 manager Dessie Farrell has selected a strong fifteen to play Carlow tonight.
London looking for Dublin challenge in Ruislip
London County Board delegates will decide next Monday (March 10) whether to give the green light to a challenge match between London and All-Ireland champions Dublin at Ruislip on May 4.
Hurling championship draws 2014
The draws have taken place for the senior, intermediate and junior hurling championships.
Football championship draws 2014
St Vincent's may still have to play in the All-Ireland club final but they now know who they will face in the first round of the 2014 Dublin SFC.
McCaffrey: it's all in the mind
Dublin's Johnny McCaffrey says the mentality of players counts for a lot in hurling.
Dubs still got the power - Gavin
Jim Gavin is encouraged by the fact that Dublin are still playing with great energy.
Muddy Muckers Ultimate Bog Challenge
Dunderry GAA will host their Muddy Muckers Ultimate Bog Challenge on March 22 over 5k/10k (you decide!) obstacle course in the local Tullaghanstown Bog.
Dubs are motoring thanks to Toyota
Toyota Ireland has joined forces with Dublin GAA and signed a three-year deal making the leading car brand the official car partner to Dublin GAA.
Sad passing of former Dublin footballer Gerry Collins
Tributes have been pouring in for former Dublin footballer Gerry Collins who has passed away.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"We did think about Cormac at our mass today and we thought about him in the changing rooms. He was very much in our minds."
FL1: Cork shock Dubs
Cork produced a great display to win their third consecutive game in the league as they defeated Dublin by 1-17 to 0-18 at Croke Park this evening.
Interpro Hurling final: Leinster tops at Croker
Leinster were crowned the Interprovincial hurling champions following a 1-23 to 0-16 win over Connacht at Croke Park this afternoon.
As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker
Welcome to yet another weekend of GAA action and we turned our attention back to football this weekend, starting with four games this evening.
Leinster Colleges SFC: Marist and Colaiste Eoin for final
This year's Leinster Colleges SF 'A' championship final will be a Westmeath-Dublin affair after Marist College and Colaiste Eoin recorded impressive semi-final wins this afternoon.
Duffy: new Campus facility not just for Dubs
Páraic Duffy has stressed that the GAA's new €9 million facility at the National Sports Campus in Blanchardstown won't just be for Dublin's use.
Sod turned on GAA's €9m National Sports Campus facility
Development work at the GAA's new facility at the National Sports Campus in Blanchardstown is set to commence and this milestone was marked today with the turning of the first sod at the site.
Dublin welcome the Lilywhites to the Capital
Tomorrow, Saturday March 1st sees the opening round of the Leinster Under 14 and Under 16 championships with Dublin playing host to Kildare in both age groups.
McCarthy handed Dubs start
James McCarthy will make his first start of the year for Dublin against Cork at Croke Park tomorrow night.
Start league in April - Gavin
Jim Gavin has suggested starting the national leagues in early April.
Cuthbert up for the challenge
Cork boss Brian Cuthbert has described this weekend's opponents Dublin as the "all-round package" - but he is looking forward to the challenge of trying to knock them off their perch.
Calling upon ALL Dublin supporters
Calling upon ALL Dublin supporters to make the trip to Parnell Park on Sunday week, March 9th.
Good news on the injury front for Dubs
Bernard Brogan and Paddy Andrews will both be available for selection for Dublin in the not too distant future.
"Some managers are a slight bit paranoid"
As a former Dublin footballer, Barry Cahill knows what life is like in the spotlight and he suggests that there are managers who are 'a slight bit paranoid' when it comes to dealing with the media.
Leinster final squad named
Manager Joe Dooley has revealed the Leinster senior hurling panel that will take on Connacht in the Inter-pros final at Croke Park on Saturday, March 1 (5pm).
The late Eugene Egan
The death has occurred of former Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Secretary Eugene Egan, after a short illness.
"If it goes anything like last year, we will be happy men"
The league is the place for young players to prove their worth according to Footballer of the Year Michael Darragh Macauley.
Parnell Park and Crettyard to host Leinster Colleges semi-finals
The two Leinster Colleges SFC A semi-finals go ahead this Saturday.
Ryan's surgery relief
Paul Ryan's groin injury is not as bad as first feared.
Quinn: Super Bowl was surreal
The GAA could learn a thing or two from American Football when it comes to promoting and marketing their games according to Dublin's newly appointed commercial manager Mossy Quinn.
Club players of the provincial championships named
AIB, sponsor of both the GAA and Camogie Club Championships, today honoured eleven club players from Camogie, Hurling and Football at #TheToughest club player awards.
Corcoran: Dubs can't afford another slip
Niall Corcoran says Dublin can't afford another defeat in Division 1A of the national hurling league.
Ideal team bonding on Inishturk Island
The wider GAA community may not be familiar with our small club situated off the west Mayo coast.
HS hurling team of the week
Fans were treated to more thrilling action in the Allianz hurling leagues over the weekend, here's our team of the week ...
HL top scorers: Donegal's Henderson leads the way
The top scorer after two rounds of the Allianz hurling league is Donegal's Lee Henderson.
Leinster Colleges SHC: Kilkenny schools top of the class
Kilkenny CBS and St Kieran's will contest the Leinster Colleges SHC decider following their semi-final wins over Good Counsel and Colaiste Eoin respectively on Saturday.
HL2B: Sheridan shines against Armagh
JM Sheridan sent over 11 points as Fingal claimed the HL Division 2B spoils at Armagh's expense in Drumnigh.
O'Connor, Giles & Lynch Cup Fixtures
Please find below the fixtures for the coming week in the O'Connor, Giles and Lynch Cups.
Dublin LGFA Weekly Notes
Our senior team maintained their unbeaten record in the league following their 1-13 a piece draw with Monaghan on Sunday
Dublin response delights Daly
Anthony Daly has revealed how a team meeting held in the wake of Dublin's heavy defeat to Galway had the desired effect against his native Clare.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"We just switched a few things, tried a few things and some days you try all sorts of things and it won't happen for you. Today we got the result."
HL1A: Dubs defeat Banner
Dublin showed that they are still a force as they defeated All-Ireland champions Clare by 2-17 to 0-17 at Parnell Park.