Roll of Honour

Athletics
  • Teddy Curtis – 1926

National Athletic and Cycling Association (NACA)
  • Christy Keeling
  • B Mooney
  • S Mooney
  • P Reynolds

Dublin Senior Players All Ireland Medals
  • Stephen Rooney
  • George Wilson
  • John O’Leary
  • John O’Leary (Captain) 1995

Dublin Senior Players
  • Robert Davis (O’Byrne Cup winner)
  • Keith Gorman (O’Byrne Cup winner)
  • Colm Nally (O’Byrne Cup winner)
  • Sonny (Tizzard) Coyle
  • Olly Callaghan
  • Brian Lawless

Dublin Junior Players
  • Phil Bell
  • Tommy Bell
  • Johnny Bell
  • Richard Cannon
  • Peter Faulkner
  • Don O’Rourke
  • Vincent Bransfield
  • Olly Callaghan
  • Stephen Yeates
  • John Woodhead
  • Franky Reilly
  • Martin Reilly
  • Pat Walsh
  • Stephen Richardson
  • Liam Prout
  • Robert Davis
  • Francis McNulty

Dublin U21 Players
  • Paul O’Carroll
  • Jim Richardson
  • John O’Leary (1980 Leinster winner)
  • Pat Walsh
  • Stephen Rooney
  • George Wilson
  • Brian Lawless
  • Denis O’Leary
  • Stephen Yeates
  • Tom Byrne
  • Robert Davis
  • Pat Lynch
  • Keith Gorman

Dublin Minor Players All Ireland Winners
  • Paul O’Carroll (1983)
  • John O’Leary (1979)
  • Pat Walsh (1979 part of squad, only 20 medals given on day)
  • Alan Carey (1984)

Dublin Minor Players
  • Ronan Nally (1986) Leinster Medal
  • Kevin Prout (1990)
  • John Bell (1990)
  • Coman Burke (1999 Leinster winner)

Dublin Masters All Ireland winners
  • John O’Leary
  • Denis O’Leary
  • Sean Keenan
  • Gerard Guildea
  • Rupert Davis

Ladies Football
  • Aoife Curran
  • Erica Byrne
  • Erin Healy

Winners of Dublin Scór na nÓg
  • Set dancing ( 1988 )
  • Set & Ceili dancing ( 1993 )
  • Set dancing ( 2000, 2003, 2005)
  • Recitation ( 2004 )
  • Ceili dancing ( 2006 )
  • Set dancing ( 2007, 2012, 2013)

Winners of Dublin Senior Scór
  • Instrumental music ( 2001, 2004)
  • Ceili dancing ( 2005 )
  • Set dancing ( 2007 )
  • Ballad group( 2008 )

Miscellaneous
  • Joe Levins won an All-Ireland medal when playing with Pioneers and later played for O’Dwyers
  • Gerard ‘The Boss’ Guildea won a Masters All-Ireland medal when playing for Antrim (2002) as a Dublin player. The final, against Dublin, was postponed so many times because of foot and mouth outbreak that when they eventually met, Antrim were short a player and Boss, selected for Dublin, but on reserve bench, said he would play for Antrim, to get the match played and out of the way once and for all.  He scored 1-1 for Antrim, enabling the Northerners beat Dublin by a point.
  • Paddy Whelan Captained Meath Junior team to victory in 1952 and later played with O’Dwyers
  • Don Cotter was a Dublin selector the 1950’s and served as county chairman from 1981 – 1985.
  • Mick Kennedy was a Dublin Junior selector in 2002
  • Barry Tiernan refereed the 2016 Leinster Minor final.

 

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