For details on the Board's clubs, see Gaelic Athletic Association clubs in County Dublin and List of Gaelic games clubs in Ireland#Dublin.
The teams of Dublin GAA play home games at Parnell Park, Donnycarney on the northside of the city, although Croke Park is used for major matches. Parnell Park also hosts all the major games in the Dublin club Football and Hurling championships. The current football manager is Jim Gavin of Na Cloighití Cluain Dolcán CLG. The current hurling team manager is Anthony Daly. Dublin claimed five Leinster Senior Football Championships in a row following a one-point victory over Laois in 2005, a nine-point victory over Offaly in 2006, a six-point victory over Laois in 2007, a 23-point victory over Wexford in 2008 and a 3-point victory over Kildare in 2009. Meanwhile the hurlers retained their status in the Liam McCarthy Cup.
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