Former footballers Ciaran Byrne, Ciaran Sheehan and Zach Tuohy all included in Carlton squad for opening pre-season tournament game. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Having made the switch to AFL side Carlton early last year former Louth footballer Ciaran Byrne could be in line for his debut with the club’s first t(...)

Green giant: University College Cork

Belated congratulations to UCC for coming runner-up for the second successive year in the GreenMetric, the league table of environmentally friendly(...)

University College Dublin (UCD) v Dublin City University(DCU)This all Dublin-affair may prove the highlight of this year’s Sigerson Cup competition; n(...)

Wonder by RJ Palacio

A new addition to the junior cycle reading list, Wonder by RJ Palacio, is being devoured with particular enthusiasm in Douglas, Co Cork. A comm(...)

ISt Mary’s Aidan Forker and Conor Moynagh of DCU in action during their Sigerson Cup quarter-final at St Genevieves High School, Belfast. Photograph: Inpho

St Mary’s 0-11 DCU 1-11 (After extra-time) Three unanswered points in the second half of extra-time helped DCU advance to the semi-finals of the Sige(...)

NUI Galway and DCU have come out with top marks in a new European ranking measuring the international orientation of higher education institutions.

NUI Galway and Dublin City University have come out with top marks in a new European ranking measuring the international orientation of higher educ(...)

Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor - UUJ take on DCU on Wednesday at 2pm in Jordanstown. Photograph: Mike Shaughnessy/Inpho

Cillian O’Connor has been looking in at DCU and the Sigerson Cup for a long time now, walking distance apart yet on the field the Mayo footballer’s fo(...)

DCU manager Niall Moyna was axed and then reinstated - but DCU will be delighted to have his experience on their side ahead of Saturday’s clash with UUJ. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

It’s been nearly 10 years since Niall Moyna led DCU to their first ever Sigerson Cup title in 2006. A fresh faced Bryan Cullen captained that team and(...)

The players, past and present, who have been awarded scholarships, from left: Rob Lowe (Leitrim), Barry Cahill (Dublin), Tadhg Lowe (Roscommon), Donal Wrynn (Leitrim), Cathal Bellew (Louth), Anne Sinnott, executive dean at DCU Business School, Shane Carthy (St Vincent’s), Coman Goggins (Dublin), James McCarthy (Dublin), Chris Breen (Fermanagh), David O’Shaughnessy (Westmeath)and Eoin O’Connor (Louth). Photograph: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

The Gaelic Players Association have this year opened their support programmes to inter-county managers as well as players. Dessie Farrell, the associ(...)

There are three kinds of people in this world: those with numerous unique passwords which they meticulously change periodically for security reasons; (...)