Thursday, August 21, 2014
Wow. It’s not easy to find words that best describe Dublin’s victory in Croke Park, because I haven’t seen a Leinster final of such sustained pace and(...)
Dublin 2-25 Wexford 1-12So that’s four successive Leinster football finals now for Dublin, or nine in the last decade, the All-Ireland champions merel(...)
The quandary that Dublin now presents for opposition managers is exquisite. Circle the wagons and you invite wave after wave of attack. Try to match t(...)
GAVIN CUMMISKEY Perhaps the most interesting aspect of Dublin’s entry into the football championship, this Sunday against Laois in Croke Park, is how (...)
Though the bad old days of serious teams being able to swan through the league with ne’er a care are largely gone, this is the one weekend of the i(...)
Dublin and Roscommon will meet in the final of the All-Ireland under-21 football championship for the second time in three years as they both s(...)
Cavan, for all their provincial success at under-21 level, could well go the way of Gaelic football’s underage dodo.
Mayo make five changes from last week’s match against the same opposition for tomorrow’s league semi-final against Derry in Croke Park. Brendan Har(...)
Life began to get complicated for Kevin Nolan at the height of the jubilation. The Dublin wing back had crowned a fine year with the county’s first(...)
The All-Ireland champions are becoming dangerously expert at consigning teams to Heartbreak Hill. Ask Tyrone.
A year ago, Dublin edged t(...)
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