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DUB CLUB CHRONICLES

We're very proud to present our video series Dub Club Chronicles, a series which shines a spotlight on clubs right across Dublin. From some of the oldest clubs in the county to those with unbelievable and fascinating stories, you'll get to experience some of the highlights of what club level GAA looks like across Dublin.

 

Volume I

Chronicle #1

Stars Of Erin

This remote club in the Dublin mountains relies on the never-ending support of a close-knit community.

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Chronicle #2

Cuala

Cuala boasts a large and diverse membership, proud of their succesful past.

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Chronicle #3

Castleknock

Less than 20 years old, they reached a Dublin Senior Football Championship final in 2016.

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Chronicle #4

St.Joseph's O'Connell Boys

This remote club in the Dublin mountains relies on the never-ending support of a close-knit community.

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Chronicle #5

Setanta

The only club with both traditional music, and an orchestra, Setanta GAA epitomises community

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Chronicle #6

Ballinteer St. Johns

Started by three friends in 1982, Ballinteer St. John's is a club that simply breathes passion for the game

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Chronicle #7

Erin's Isle

Founded in the aftermath of the Rising in 1917, Erin’s Isle embrace the past with their iconic jerseys.

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Chronicle #8

Ballyboden St. Enda's

With 140 teams and 3,500 members, Ballyboden St Endas provides participation for everyone.

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Chronicle #9

Man O'War

A club who’s history is as fascinating as their name suggests. It's more than GAA, it's life.

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Chronicle #10

St Vincents

A club who’s huge success has been built on the back of each member’s dedication to the club.

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Volume II

 

Chronicle #11

St. Peregrines

A thriving club in the heart of Dublin 15 which boasts 44 teams & 1000 members. 

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Chronicle #12

Stars Of Erin (Revisited)

12 months ago, we visited the Glencullen club to hear its story. One year on we came back.

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Chronicle #13

Na Fianna

See what Na Fianna means to the people and community it serves in Dublin 9 and what’s at stake.

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Chronicle #14 (Part 1)

Kilmacud Crokes

In the heartbeat of the Stillorgan community, Kilmacud Crokes have a rich history.

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Chronicle #14 (Part 2)

Kilmacud Crokes

Now we explore how Crokes has been solidifying bonds and creating lasting memories.

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Chronicle #15

Naomh Olaf GAA

Started by three friends in 1982, Ballinteer St. John's is a club that simply breathes passion for the game

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Chronicle #16

Ballymun Kickhams

Ballymun Kickhams GAA is a lot of things to a lot of people and too many Dub Stars.

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Chronicle #17

Round Tower Clondalkin

Showing great pride in promoting the Irish language and boasting many greats from Dublin GAA's past

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Chronicle #18 (Part 1)

Foxrock Cabinteely

Foxrock Cabinteely GAA is an all-female club who play with fire in their bellies, against the odds.

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Chronicle #18 (Part 2)

Foxrock Cabinteely

Flying the flag for Dublin Ladies Gaelic, see how this unique club has evolved against all odds.  

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Chronicle #19

St Judes GAA

Celebrating its 40th birthday, we take a look at where it all started, in 1978 on Orwell Green...

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Volume III

 

Chronicle #20

St. Anne's GAA

Nestled at the foot of the Dublin Mountains, St. Anne’s GAA is steeped in history & local folklore.

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Chronicle #21

Ballyfermot DLS GAA

Clutched from extinction by a few dedicated members, it’s now not only surviving, it’s thriving...

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Chronicle #22

Naomh Fionnbarra GAA

Built over generations with a strong sense of pride & family, GAA is alive & well in Cabra today

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Chronicle #23

Ranelagh Gaels

Relatively new, Ranelagh Gaels GAA were founded in 2003 in an area with little or no GAA history.

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Chronicle #24

Faughs GAA

Founded in 1885, this club has been around since the origins of the GAA.

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Chronicle #25

O’Dwyers GAA

Founded in 1918 during a time of Irish uprising this club has grown substantially.

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Volume IV

 

Chronicle #26

Na Gaeil Óga

A unique club tied together by language, not parish’, watch the story of a young and growing club.

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Volume V

 

Chronicle #27

'Lockdown Lives': Ballinteer St John's

The impact of the Lockdown on the great people of Ballinteer St John's.

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Chronicle #28

'Lockdown Lives': Orla Finn - Cork LGFA

This has been a difficult time for us all but as Cork LGFA player Orla Finn points out, maybe there are some positives to take from it.

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Specials

 

Legends

Dave Billings

Remembering one of the biggest characters to ever grace Dublin GAA, Dave Billings.

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