DIT GAA

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DIT
Founded:1982
County:Dublin
Colours:Blue, Navy, White and Yellow
Grounds:St. Brendans Grangegorman
Playing kits
Standard colours

DIT GAA or Dublin Institute of Technology GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association University Club in Dublin Institute of Technology County Dublin, Ireland. DIT's men's Gaelic football team compete in the Sigerson Cup and the O'Byrne Cup. DIT won its first Sigerson Cup in 2013, defeating UCC in the final by 3-08 to 0-08. The DIT team was managed by Sean Fox, Billy O'Loughlin and Des Newton. Team Captain in 2013 was All-Star defender Colin Walshe of Doohamlet County Monaghan. The team included Aidan O'Shea, Jason Doherty, Darran O'Sullivan, Mark Collins, Tomás O'Connor, Bryan Menton, Kevin O'Brien and a host of intercounty players from all across the country.

DIT's hurlers won the Kehoe Cup in 2007.

DIT's Fresher A Footballers have won three All Ireland Titles: 2008(Paul Flynn, Dublin), 2010 (Aidan O'Shea, Mayo), 2014(Brian Power, Meath). DIT have won the Ryan Cup (Sigerson League) on two previous occasions: 2010 (Captain, David Hughes Monaghan) and 2013 (Colin Walshe, Monaghan). The club celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2012.[1]

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