#DublinOurTeam is our short series of mini documentaries focussed on discovering the anatomy of all aspects of Dublin GAA from the fans, to the players, to the legends.
Dublin Camogie star, Sarah O’Donovan does not give up easily. A serious knee injury at the age of 32 could have put an end to her camogie career, but she decided to give intercounty camogie a go until her legs give in.
Dublin GAA senior hurler Eoghan O’Donnell reflects on his unorthodox route to the intercounty team ahead of the opening game in the All Ireland Hurling Championship.
Former Dublin GAA star Alan Brogan as he remembers the thrill of preparing and playing in an All-Ireland final.
Dublin GAA star Denis Bastick as he prepares for yet another gruelling All Ireland football challenge.
Sinead Goldrick reflects on the joy of being selected to be part of the Dublin Ladies football team, the unity of the team and the process of getting to the top level of the game by giving it your all.
Dublin Camogie star Ali Twomey as she tells her story on what keeps her going and learn more about her relentless pursuit of All-Ireland glory.
Dublin Ladies footballers discuss the pride in the jersey, the hurt of losing to Cork in last year’s All-Ireland final and the bond in the team.
Dublin Senior Football legend Barney Rock discusses why the fans make playing for Dublin GAA so special, and how going the extra mile to support the True Blues will enable the team to go the extra mile on the field.
Nigel McCarthy and Noel Murphy discuss what makes them tick, why they go to such great lengths to support the boys/girls in blue, their match day superstitions and why Dublin GAA is special to them.