Dublin took on UCD on Thursday night to mark the opening of Billings Park.
The new pitch at Belfield is named in honour of Dave Billings. A Dublin GAA stalwart, Billings was an All-Ireland winner under Kevin Heffernan in 1974.
He served as manager of the Dublin U21s and was as a selector for the Dublin senior footballers under both Tommy Lyons and Paul Caffrey. He was also synonymous with GAA at UCD where he worked as the Gaelic games officer.
Dublin ran out easy winners last night, scoring 7-10 to UCD's 1-17.
Annette Billings, widow of the late David Billings, and her children, from left, Neal, Cathal, Hannah, and Liam
UCD football manager John Divilly, UCD hurling manager Nicky English and Dublin manager Jim Gavin
Ger Brennan, UCD GAA Executive, speaks ahead of the official opening of Billings Park
Dublin footballers Brian Fenton, Con O'Callaghan, and Michael Fitzsimons with the Sam Maguire Cup
Dublin manager Jim Gavin and President of the GAA Aogán Ó Fearghaíl
The Dublin squad ahead of the official opening of Billings Park
The UCD squad ahead of the official opening of Billings Park
Annette Billings, widow of the late David Billings, cuts the ribbon alongside
Dublin senior footballers Michael Fitzsimons and Cian O'Sullivan
Conor Mullally of UCD in action against Dublin
Cormac Costello of Dublin in action against Eoin McGrath of UCD
Emmett O'Conghaile of Dublin shoots to score a goal
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