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McGrath and Seanie McGrath exchanged early frees before UCD's Jack Guiney hit the back of the net with an unstoppable shot. McGrath fired over a further three points, but DCU stayed in touch through four Seanie McGrath frees. Padraig Breheny's point
Monday February 04 2013 The sense of euphoria that surrounded Croke Park as the Dublin footballers slaughtered a feeble Cork effort presented manager Jim Gavin with his first major dilemma. He will have to decide in a couple of months' time, when the
S boot proved decisive as wasteful Limerick edged out Leitrim at the Gaelic Grounds. With Ger Collins and Ian Ryan ruled out, O'Connor took over the free-taking duties. He would have added to his tally of seven points had a thundering shot not come
Dublin North, playing with the aid of the breeze, trailed 0-7 to 0-5 at the break, despite four frees from Sean Gray. Cathal Bolger stretched the Wexford school's lead to three, but they squandered a succession of chances, finished up with 13 wides.
Anthony Daly's side will have another competitive outing ahead of the league opener when they will take on either Kilkenny or Wexford, who meet today, in the final next weekend. Galway edged in front going into the closing stages but Shane Durkin
All-Ireland champions Donegal on their return to Division 1 football tonight, but Kerry will be much more experimental against Mayo tomorrow. Former Cavan player Seanie Johnston will finally make his league debut for the Lilywhites in Croke Park, but
S Jack Guiney put Limerick IT to the sword in Belfield as UCD got off to a winning start, despite being without injured Kilkenny trio John Tennyson, Cillian Buckley and Walter Walsh. The sides were level six times in the opening half before Tipp star
Dublin North were eight points to the good inside 10 minutes and held a 17-point lead (3-12 to 0-4) heading into the second half. After the restart, Dublin North continued to dominate and opened up a 27-point gap over their overwhelmed opponents.
UCD have lifted the Sigerson more often than any other college but it is now 17 years since they captured it. But with a slew of county players in key positions, the former kingpins will make a strong bid for honours this season. UCD were on top in
That a largely experimental side came through their test was heartening for selector Kieran Kingston ahead of next week's semi-final. "It (the game) was low-key, I suppose," he said, "but it gave us a chance to look at guys that we mightn't have