Skerries Harps & the Dubs!Dublin LGFA announced last week that Skerries Harps were the proud winners of the Dublin LGFA - Pink Laces competition.
42nd running of FBD 7sA host of Kilmacud Crokes stars, past and present, were on hand in Kilmacud Crokes today as the 2014 FBD 7s was launched.
Heartbreak for Erin Go Bragh as they exit the C ChampionshipThe under 15 footballers were beaten by the narrowest of margins - one point, on a scoreline of 3-8 to 2-12
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesA meeting of the Dublin LGFA will take place on Tuesday September 16th at 7.30pm in Parnell Park.
Freshers All Ireland BlitzThe Freshers Blitz will take place on Wednesday the 8th of October in NUIG.
Handball: Kennedy on cloud nineDublin's Eoin Kennedy has regained the All-Ireland 60x30 Senior Singles title after a three-year lapse.
75m kick sees Sheridan retain titleLongford's Damien Sheridan retained the 'Kick Fada' title at Bray Emmets today with a winning distance of 75m.
Christie and McGuirk take on minor rolesFormer Dublin All-Star full-back Paddy Christie has been handed the reins of the Dublin minor football team for 2015.
Dublin SHC: Crokes down the championsFresh from winning their first All-Ireland Sevens title in their home pitch of Glenalbyn last Saturday, Kilmacud Crokes overpowered holders Ballyboden St. Enda's in the Dublin SHC at Parnell Park last night.
Dublin chief promises quick appointmentDublin chairman Andy Kettle is confident that Anthony Daly's successor will be found quickly.
Video: UCD girls go GlobalLegendary GAA commentator Micheal Ó Muircheartaigh has given his backing to a unique Ladies Gaelic Football team from UCD International that will compete in next month's FEXCO Asian Gaelic Games in Kuala Lumpur.
Stage set for another thriller in LongfordFor the 6th year running the M Donnelly 60x30 All Ireland Senior Singles Final will be contested between Dublin's Eoin Kennedy and Robbie McCarthy
Chinese takeaway Mannion for a yearDublin and Kilmacud Crokes have suffered a huge blow with the news that Paul Mannion will spend the next 12 months in China.
Dublin LGFA & BCI Competition Winner announcedDublin LGFA is delighted to announce that Skerries Harps are the proud winners of the Dublin LGFA - Pink Laces competition.
Maher "flattered" by link to DubsWilliam Maher has refused to be drawn on speculation linking him to the Dublin hurling vacancy after he stepped down as Waterford assistant manager yesterday.
All-Ireland Kick Fada in BrayBray Emmets will host the All-Ireland Kick Fada competition on Saturday, September 13th.
Cunningham denies Dublin linkGer Cunningham has not been approached about the vacant Dublin hurling manager's post.
Competition: win two All-Ireland football final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 21 September.
Train Smarter for Gaelic GamesThe National Athlete Development Academy are delighted to offer Training Programs specifically for those of you who live in Dublin and play Gaelic Games for your club at home.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesDublin will play Cork in the TG4 All Ireland Senior Final 2014 on Sunday the September 28th at 4:00pm in Croke Park
All-Ireland Sevens: historic first for hostsHost club Kilmacud Crokes claimed their first ever All-Ireland Sevens senior hurling title in emphatic style this afternoon.
The Dubs & Molly ....Dublin Ladies are delighted to announce that Molly McNally will be our team mascot for the All Ireland Final on September 28th in Croke Park.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Allied Irish Bank to sponsor Hurling, Camogie and Handball at DCUAllied Irish Bank has announced a new partnership with Dublin City University to sponsor Hurling, Camogie and Handball at the university and all three codes will now carry the AIB logo.
Dublin's downfall a timely reminder for McGinleyEuropean captain Paul McGinley is hoping to avoid falling into the same trap as the Dublin footballers as he fine tunes his preparations for this month's Ryder Cup.
Launch of Kilmacud Crokes Camogie 7sIt is all systems go at Kilmacud Crokes as new sponsor SE Systems announce its sponsorship of the 41st All Ireland Camogie Sevens tournament.
Cunningham the favourite for Dub vacancyFormer Cork custodian Ger Cunningham has emerged as the early front-runner to succeed Anthony Daly as Dublin senior hurling manager.
Donegal win cost the bookies €1mWith odds as high at 10/1 on them defeating Dublin in last Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final, thousands of punters backed Donegal and skinned the bookies as a result.
Football rankings: a brave new worldFor eighteen months Dublin have looked untouchable but all has changed after one stunning Sunday afternoon in Croke Park.
Bonner surprised by Dublin's "juvenile defending"Declan Bonner couldn't believe how bad Dublin's defending was in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
Coronas singer on tune in London IFC finalDanny O'Reilly, frontman in The Coronas, hit all the right notes as he inspired North London Shamrocks to their first London IFC crown.
Daly stands down as Dublin hurling managerDublin have announced that Anthony Daly has ended his tenure as their senior hurling manager.
HS football team of the weekThere was plenty of heated debate in the office this morning over our football team of the week selection and the omission of Donegal captain Michael Murphy was one of many talking points.
Football top scorers: the race looks runBarring a replayed All-Ireland final or Kerry's James O'Donoghue helping himself to 16-points against Donegal, Mayo's Cillian O'Connor looks nailed on to end up as the top scoring footballer of championship 2014.
Championship tweets: life is good for Karl LaceyHere's a round-up of the best GAA tweets from an action-packed weekend ...
Brogan denies retirement storyAlan Brogan has poured cold water on reports this morning that he has hung up his boots on the inter-county stage.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesOur senior team have qualified for the 2014 All Ireland final following a heroic display against Galway in last Saturday's semi-final.
What they said ... the weekend in quotesWhere do you start when it comes to looking back on that remarkable weekend of gaelic football? Here's what the main protagonists from the two All-Ireland SFC semi-finals had to say ...
SFC semi-final: Donegal defy the odds to dethrone DubsMassive underdogs Donegal produced a phenomenal performance to dethrone Dublin in a breath-taking contest to set up an All-Ireland final showdown with Kerry on September 21.
MFC semi-final: O'Donnell fires Donegal into first deciderIt was first blood to Donegal at Croke Park after super-sub Ethan O'Donnell's late point secured their place in the All-Ireland MFC final for the first time.
As it happened: All-Ireland semi-final Match TrackerWelcome folks to what was the latest edition of our live match tracker as we brought you coverage of today's All-Ireland minor and senior football championship semi-finals.
Gavin gracious in defeatJim Gavin was making no excuses after tasting his first championship defeat as Dublin manager.
Joe and Marty get a soakingCroke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitterMany current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
Ladies: Dubs down Galway to book final dateGregory McGonigle's Dublin ladies senior footballers are through to a first TG4 All-Ireland final since 2010.
Andrews against the oddsThere's a saying that the bookies rarely get it wrong - but Paddy Andrews doesn't agree with the odds for tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Donegal.
Preview: SF semi-final: Dublin v DonegalThe full-house signs will be erected at Croke Park for the first time this year when Dublin and Donegal face off in the second of the All-Ireland football semi-finals tomorrow.
Team news: Dublin team announcedDublin manager Jim Gavin has announced his team ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final clash with Donegal at Croke Park.
Ladies previews: Dublin and Galway battle to be first to reach the finalWill Dublin progress to a first TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship final since 2010 or can Galway end a nine-year wait?
Q&A with Martin McHugh about the Donegal and Dublin's MFC meetingMartin McHugh takes an in-depth look at Sunday's Electric Ireland MFC semi-final between Donegal and Dublin.

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What went wrong against Donegal?

Diarmuid Connolly's not scoring a goal at 0-9 to 0-4 changed the game
We got sucker punched on the break
Too many players had an off day
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