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Dublin boss Mattie Kenny has kept the same team that lost to Kilkenny for tomorrow's Leinster SHC round 2 tie with Wexford at Parnell Park (throw-in 3pm).
The funeral details for Dublin football legend Anton O'Toole have been confirmed.
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It's straight back into Round 2 action this weekend in both the Leinster and Munster senior hurling championships. Here are our previews:
Jonny Cooper says he has "no interest" in talk of Dublin achieving the five-in-a-row this year.
Tributes have been flowing in for Dublin football great Anton O'Toole who has passed away after an illness.
Last night's Leinster minor football championship clash between Meath and Wexford saw a whopping 13 minutes of injury-time played at Pairc Tailteann.
The natural inclination to broadcast more live hurling championship matches has left many football fans disgruntled.
The teams of the 2019 Lidl Ladies National Football Leagues have been revealed - with champions Cork leading the way in the Division 1 selection.
The old adage of 'goals win games' was certainly the case in the provincial minor football championships tonight as Dublin, Meath, Westmeath, Wicklow and Cork all recorded important wins.
Eoin Gannon and Luke Curran have been drafted into the Dublin starting 15 for tonight's Leinster MFC round 3 encounter with Offaly at O'Connor Park (throw-in 7pm).
The Leinster SHC draw handed Wexford two away games against Dublin and Galway to start off with but selector Seoirse Bulfin insists they are not "looking beyond" this weekend's trip to Parnell Park.
Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald believes that this weekend's Leinster SHC clash against Dublin will be a 'tight' affair given the size of Parnell Park.
Kerry forward Sean O'Shea says Dublin are still the team to beat in this year's championship despite their showing in the league.
Paul Geaney reckons Kerry laid down a marker for the summer by defeating Dublin in Tralee in February.
The adult footballers are back in action this weekend with the seniors playing Na Rossa and the reserves taking on Naomh Conaill.
Volunteers Needed. - Great teams aren't just on the fields.
James McCarthy insists there's no talk of five-in-a-row in the Dublin dressing-room.
10 counties have representatives on our football team of the week…
It's officially summer once the hurling championship gets underway…
Dublin will begin their 'drive for five' against Louth in O'Moore Park on Saturday week, May 25.
Our Club Nursery, in association with Sherry Fitzgerald continues as normal this Saturday for 4-7 year old boys and girls from 9.30am - 11.00am on our All-Weather pitch in Russell Park!
A great Camogie double to start the week with a Senior 2 League win over Cuala
There was a great turn out early on Saturday morning in Malahide Castle for the Annual Darkness into Light 5km Walk
There were no shortage of talking points from the weekend's championship action…
"It's a great victory, we are delighted with it. We will keep our feet on the ground, take on Cork, but I will look beyond that. We can't just take this as the pinnacle of it."
"Greg is a real top-class sports guy. He's very competitive but one thing about him, he wouldn't do anything like that deliberately and he assured me it was just a reaction."
Louth reeled off eight unanswered points to come from behind and beat Wexford by 0-22 to 1-14 at Wexford Park.
Well today was the day that the 2019 hurling and football championships really kicked off.
Brian Cody was far from impressed with Dublin selector Greg Kennedy after he was at the centre of a 'bizarre' incident during Kilkenny's Leinster SHC opening round win at Nowlan Park last evening.
TJ Reid scored a second half brace of goals as Kilkenny came from behind to beat Dublin in a cracking Leinster SHC opener at a sun-splashed Nowlan Park this evening.
Tonight we had action in the Leinster senior hurling and football championships as well as both Munster SFC quarter-finals.
Dublin selector Greg Kennedy could find himself in hot water with the powers-that-be after an incident in this evening's Leinster SHC clash against Kilkenny.
Wexford came from behind to earn a share of the spoils against visitors Dublin at Bellefield today.
Featuring an all star cast of David Clifford, Brian Fenton, Conor McManus, Seamus Harnedy and Gearoid Hegarty, RTE's 'The Sunday Game' sets the scene for this summer's gaelic football and hurling championship action in this promotional video…
The Dublin team that will square up to Wexford in round 3 of the Leinster MHC at Enniscorthy today (2pm) has been announced…
The All-Ireland football championship really kicks into action this weekend with clashes in all four provinces. Here are our previews: