Dublin Gaelic Footballers left Croke Park smiling after getting one over on Mayo, who eliminated them in the All-Ireland semi final last year.
Forget handing your CV into McDonalds, KFC looks set to be the next target for any students looking for part-time employment… But not all is finger lickin’ good…
Dublin’s Gaelic footballers have secured their place in the semi-finals of Division I of the Allianz Football League on Saturday night with a comfortable win over Down at Croke Park.
Mickey Harte’s Tyrone squad ended Dublin’s winning streak in Division 1 of the Allianz Football League, on Saturday night at Croke Park with a one point victory.
As students, we are forever trying to seem mature and beyond our years. Whether it’s about getting into nightclubs or proving to our parents that we’re responsable while living away from home, we try to strive for maturity. So, why is it that when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around, we all revert back to our childhood?
STUDENTS and staff at Dublin City University are still awaiting the result of tests that were carried out last week following a declared outbreak of the disease tuberculosis. Following the discovery of two non-contagious cases of the disease, over 150 people at the college have been tested by the HSE’s TB unit.
Dublin gaffer Jim Gavin stated he was happy to see his side beat All-Ireland runner up Mayo at Croke Park on Saturday night, despite being reduced to 14 men five minutes into the second half.
The students of UCD have voted to leave the national umbrella body of student unions, the Union of Students in Ireland (USI). It was announced that 64.5 % of students voted for UCD to end its membership with the USI.
Ever wonder what the natives in your class are on about? No? Me neither, but this video depicting Dublin accents is hilarious regardless.
After their first win of the Allianz Football League over Cork, Dublin footballers travelled to Killarney to face old rivals Kerry in what promised to be a nail biting match. Dublin manager Jim Gavin had every confidence in his team for this big game, although fans didn’t know what way the game would go or whether they should trust the new gaffer.
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