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It’s Go Ahead Dublin Football Final week!On this week’s episode of the Go Ahead Dublin Championships Show, we preview Sunday’s Go Ahead Dublin Senior 1 Football Final between St Judes and Kilmacud Crokes alongside Barry Cahill and Conor McKeon. We also catch up with both camps ahead of the game and hear from both club chairmen.And we look back on an epic Go Ahead Dublin Senior A Hurling Final with Paul O’Brien, which saw Kilmacud Crokes stage a remarkable comeback to beat Na Fianna. 


It’s Go Ahead Dublin Hurling Final Week! On this week’s episode of the Go Ahead Dublin Championship Show, we look ahead to Saturday’s Senior A Final between Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club and CLG Na Fianna with Paul O’Brien, Joe Fortune & Dotsy O'Callaghan. We also catch up with both camps & chat to both club chairmen ahead of a big weekend! 


Episode 5 of the Go Ahead Dublin Championship show sees us take a look back at an exciting weekend of Go Ahead Dublin Senior 1 Football Quarter Final action. Former Dublin footballer Barry Cahill and DubsTV commentator Oisin Langan join Derek to review the ties and to look ahead to what can be expected in the semi-finals.And Erin's Isle is where our Club Focus takes us this week, with Chairman Paul Campbell joining us to discuss the great work the club are doing both on and off the pitch, the challenges they face as a club and their aims for the future as they look to grow the club in the Finglas area.


It’s Episode 4 of the Go Ahead Dublin Championship show, as we take a look back at an epic weekend in the Go Ahead Dublin Senior A Hurling Quarter Finals. Former Dublin U20 hurling manager Paul O’Brien joins us to reflect on the games and look ahead to the semi-finals.
And our club focus this week looks at the great work Ranelagh Gaels are doing, as they grow their club in the heart of D4 and D6. Their Chairman Joe Davitt- a former Kilmacud Crokes and Ballinteer St Johns club member- joins us to discuss work being done at juvenile & adult level with Ranelagh Gaels, the challenges they face and their aims for the future. 


It's Episode 3 of the Go Ahead Dublin Championships show, with former Dublin stars Dotsy O'Callaghan and Coman Goggins joining us, alongside Conor McKeon from The Herald to look back on the final round of group action in the Go Ahead Dublin Senior A Hurling and Senior 1 Football Championships- and look ahead to the quarter finals over the coming weekends.We also catch up with Castleknock GAA chairman Kevin O'Shaughnessy to discuss the great work being done the club, as it continues to grow across juvenile and senior level and beyond.


On Episode 2 of the Go Ahead Dublin Championship show, former Dublin U20 hurling manager Paul O'Brien and former Dublin footballer Barry Cahill join us alongside our DubsTV commentator Oisín Langan to look back on the Round 2 action in the Go Ahead Dublin Senior A Hurling and Senior 1 Football Championships- and look ahead to what's in store in the final round of games. We also chat to Naomh Olaf chairman John Somers to discuss the work being done at the club at a juvenile, senior and community level.


On Episode 1 of the Go Ahead Dublin Championship show, we're joined by former Dublin stars Dotsy O'Callaghan & Coman Goggins and by The Herald's Conor McKeon to look back on Round 1 of the Go Ahead Dublin Senior A Hurling & Senior 1 Football Championships.We also chat to Naomh Barróg chairman Martin Kiernan to discuss the great work being done at the club.


On this very special episode of The Hop Ball, Eamon catches up with three of the stars of Dublin's 1995 All-Ireland win- Paul Clarke, Vinnie Murphy & Charlie Redmond- to look back on that famous victory 25 years on.


Former Dublin footballer and coach Declan Darcy is our guest on this week’s episode of The Hop Ball, sponsored by AIG.Darcy chats to Eamon Fennell about the many highs and the few lows of his time as a selector with the Dublin Senior Footballers under Jim Gavin- a seven year spell which culminated in the historic 5-in-a-row success last September. He also discusses his role in helping players evolve, in preparing for games, in growing a connection with the players and much more.


Ryder Cup-winning captain Paul McGinley joins Eamon on this week's episode of The Hop Ball.Paul talks about playing football with Ballyboden St Endas as a youngster, his move into golf, the lessons he learned from his captaincy of the 2014 European Ryder Cup-winning team and plenty more...


MMA coach John Kavanagh is our guest on this week’s episode of The Hop Ball, sponsored by AIG.John joins Eamon Fennell to discuss Covid 19 lockdown, jumping on the Dublin GAA bandwagon, targets, goals, results and discipline and much more.


Episode 10 of The Hop Ball sponsored by AIG sees Eamon catch up with Dublin football legend Brian Stynes.From his home in Melbourne, Brian chats about his Covid 19 lockdown experience, his career- both with Dublin and in the AFL- and much more besides.


On episode 9 of The Hop Ball sponsored by AIG, Dublin Ladies legend Lyndsey Davey joins Eamon Fennell for a chat.Lyndsey discusses her two careers- with Dublin & with the Dublin Fire Brigade. She also looks ahead to the return to action this year!


On this week's episode of The Hop Ball sponsored by AIG, Eamon Fennell is joined by former Dublin Senior Hurling manager Anthony Daly!Dalo tells us about his first impressions after taking over the Dublin job, his man management, the famous "Dodo" t-shirts, his favourite players and much more...


Joining Eamon on this week's episode of The Hop Ball, sponsored by AIG, is former Dublin captain Coman Goggins.Coman discusses his club career with Ballinteer St Johns, his breakthrough into the Dublin team and the highs & lows of his career in Blue.


Former Dublin hurler Mick Carton joins Eamon on this week's episode of The Hop Ball, sponsored by AIG.Mick chats to Eamon- his former teammate at O'Tooles- about the highs & lows of his career in Blue.


Former Dublin dual star Shane Ryan joins us on this week's episode of The Hop Ball, sponsored by AIG.Shane chats to Eamon Fennell about his career in Blue with the hurlers, the footballers...and back to the hurlers again!


Pat Gilroy joined us on Episode 4 of The Hop Ball, sponsored by AIG.Pat chats to Eamon Fennell about his career- starting as a player with St Vincents and Dublin- and then moving onto his managerial career both with the Senior Footballers and Senior Hurlers!


Episode 3 of The Hop Ball, sponsored by AIG, sees Eamon chat to Dublin legend Paul Casey.Paul chats about his career in Blue, his move into coaching with the Dublin ladies, his favourite past & present Dublin players and plenty more!


Collie Moran joins Eamon Fennell for Episode 2 of The Hop Ball, sponsored by AIG.Collie tells us about his career in blue, his move into coaching, his career highlight and plenty more...


The new Dubs TV series The Hop Ball in association with AIG gets underway with Eamon Fennell chatting to three-time All-Ireland winner Alan Brogan, as he discusses his career in blue, his thoughts on the current team and reveals who his favourite player is!


On this week's DubZone GAA Club podcast, Derek is joined by former Dublin footballers Barry Cahill and Ger Brennan, as well as the Herald's Conor McKeon, to look ahead to the Dublin Senior 1 Football Final between Ballyboden St Endas and Thomas Davis at Parnell Park. 


In this week's DubZone GAA Club podcast, we look ahead to the Dublin Senior A Hurling semi finals & look back on the Round 3 action in the Senior 1 Football Championship. Dublin hurlers Chris Crummey & Eoghan O'Donnell & the Evening Herald's Conor McKeon join us to discuss the Dublin Senior A hurling semi-finals, as Craobh Chiarain face St Brigids & Cuala meet St Vincents. Former Vincents & Dublin footballer Ger Brennan also joins us to look back on last weekend's Senior 1 Football Round 3 games, ahead of next week's Quarter Finals. 


In episode 10 of our 'Whelan In The Years' podcast series, Ciarán Whelan interviews Player of the Year '18 Brian Fenton! The two Raheny men look back on Brian's meteoric rise in GAA to claim the top accolade in football, and all that has come along the way. A great episode!


Ciarán Whelan chats with vice-captain of the 1995 All-Ireland winning Dublin football team, Paul Curran!


Ciarán Whelan interviews one of Dublin's all-time top scorers in this latest episode, double All-Star winner Kieran Duff!


In this episode of 'Whelan in the Years', host Ciarán Whelan discusses Denis Bastick's arduous yet fruitful Dublin career with the man himself. A must-listen-to episode!


In this latest podcast, Ciarán Whelan interviews 'the Godfather of coaching in Dublin', Mickey Whelan. They discuss the lengthy history of Mickey's involvement in GAA as a player & a coach, and the range of success he has enjoyed in both roles.


In this special episode, Ciarán Whelan has a chat with current Dublin star Paul Flynn, about his influences, club football & his great success with Dublin


Conal Keaney features on this episode, as he regales Ciarán Whelan with his stories and experiences as a former Dublin dual-star


Ciarán Whelan sits down and chats with former Dublin goalie, and two time All Ireland winner, John O'Leary in this instalment of 'Whelan in the Years'.


Ciarán Whelan discusses what it means to be part of Dublin with former star Ger Brennan in this second episode of 'Whelan in the Years'.


Our first episode of a new podcast feature which will see former Dublin midfielder Ciaran Whelan sit down with the recently retired Alan Brogan for a look back on his memorable career in blue.