- Jack Sheedy - former Dublin inter-county footballer.
- Tommy Carr - former Dublin inter-county footballer and manager.
- Declan Carr - former Tipperary inter-county Hurler and All Ireland Winner.
- Damian O'Brien - former Dublin inter-county footballer.
- Paul Casey - former Dublin inter-county footballer and All Ireland Winner.
- Diarmuid Sheehey - former Limerick inter-county footballer.
- Tommy Brennan - former Sligo inter-county footballer.
- Brendan Gallagher - former Leitrim inter-county footballer.
- Stephen O’Shaughnessy - former Dublin inter-county footballer.
- Kevin O'Reilly - former Dublin heavy weight inter-county hurler.
- John McCaffrey - current Dublin inter-county hurling captain
- Pádraig O'Driscoll - Former Dublin inter-county Hurler
- Peter Kelly - Current Dublin inter-county hurler.
- Chris Crummey - Former Dublin Minor inter-county hurling captain.
- Seanie McClelland - Former Dublin Minor inter-county hurler.
- Emmet O'Conghaile - Former Dublin Minor inter-county footballer and hurler.
- Mathew McCaffrey - Former Dublin Minor inter-county hurler.
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