Ireland win historic two-in-a-row 6 Nations championships

Though hopes of a Grand Slam were squashed in Twickenham last week the Ireland squad pulled off an impressive win against Scotland in the Aviva

Ireland have been crowned 6 Nations Champions for 2024 after beating Scotland in the Aviva Stadium on yesterday evening. This is only the third time an Irish team has won back-to-back outright Championship titles, emulating the successes of 1948/49 and


DUFC gallant against Clontarf, but struggle against UCD

Trinity suffer a heavy loss in the AIL after a spirited display against Clontarf


Saturday, 7th of October, College Park

DUFC 24-32 Clontarf FC

Friday, 13th, Belfield Bowl


The All Ireland League (AIL) kicked-off last Saturday the 7th, with a blockbuster clash for supporters of Dublin University, welcoming Clontarf


From Lacken to Shannonbridge; the GAA news

A short look at what is happening in the GAA throughout the country

While remaining controversial among pundits, but universally adored by intercounty players, the GAA’s second “split-season” rumbles on. The theatrics of All Ireland football and hurling are but a distant memory, replaced by the more local, parochial club leagues and championships.