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Limerick 1-15 Dublin displayed grit and courage as they carved out a narrow victory in last night's promotion decider at Semple Stadium, with Liam Rushe laying on a masterclass at centre-back. Paul Ryan claimed a 1-8 tally from frees as Anthony Daly'
Croke Park last night, a third straight win bringing Dublin's unbeaten run to an end. The dismissal of Dublin attacker Paul Ryan 20 minutes from the end of a high-quality encounter was a major turning point for John Allen's improving Treaty side.
That is something the Dublin hurlers appeared to mislay badly last year, when one-point league losses became their unfortunate trademark. The evidence in a snow-threatened Parnell Park on Saturday night coughing up two late goals to lose a seven-
Wednesday January 02 2013 Dublin's preparations for the upcoming Walsh Cup continued as they comfortably accounted for the Dubs Stars in their annual New Year's Day challenge at St Peregrine's. Dublin assumed control from the 10th minute, with Paul
The officials may call it Division 1B but there's no disguising that the Dubs are now rooted in hurling's second grouping -- just a year after winning the competition outright. After years of sustained hard work and juvenile success they will now
Monday April 16 2012 (After extra-time) A game that was slow to light up, like an eco-friendly bulb, caught pretty epic heat in Tullamore yesterday as 13-man Dublin defiantly refused all offers of the blindfold and cigarette. Niall McMorrow's 90th-
Monday March 19 2012 This great, lurching fairground ride in Nowlan Park led sane men to a futile dig for language commensurate to the day. "Freakish," gasped Anthony Daly. "Crazy," chuckled Brian Cody. The rest of us just slipped away, grins
S heroes from Coolderry bearded the Ballyboden St Enda's lion in its own den, drew its teeth and then rendered it helpless at Parnell Park yesterday. Dublin's pride, the five-in-a-row county champions, simply had no answer to the questions posed by a
Monday November 07 2011 Ballyboden St Enda's were made to fight all the way by Westmeath champions Clonkill at Mullingar yesterday, before qualifying for the provincial semi-final. On a very pleasant afternoon for hurling, it was clear from an early
S cemented their status as the capital kingpins when they collected their fifth championship crown on the bounce at Parnell Park yesterday. It's the first time a five-in-a-row has been done in Dublin hurling since the Garda team of 1925-'29 and a