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JACK McCaffrey says winning another men’s All-Ireland title is “incredible” after the Clontarf clubman earned his fifth All-Ireland senior football medal, following Saturday’s final replay win over Kerry at Croke Park.
DUBLIN Ladies Footballers delivered their third TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship title on a tough afternoon weather wise, in front of a record breaking 56,114 crowd on Sunday at Croke Park.
EOIN Murchan’s goal provided the springboard as Dublin’s Mens Footballers delivered a historic fifth All-Ireland Senior Championship title in-a-row, at the second attempt, in Saturday’s final replay at a packed Croke Park.
Shelbourne sealed promotion to the top flight following a six-year hiatus as they beat Drogheda United 3-1 to seal the First Division title.
DUBLIN manager Mick Bohan says his side have no fresh injury worries ahead of Sunday’s TG4 All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Final against Galway at Croke Park (4pm).
Ballybough’s Jack Byrne played a starring role on his senior international debut, playing a part in two late goals as Ireland edged out Bulgaria 3-1 in a friendly at the Aviva Stadium.
James Conroy was the hero for Bohemians as they secured the Megazyme Amputee Football League Cup trophy with a dramatic penalty shoot-out win over rivals Shamrock Rovers.