Gardai are investigating a shooting in the city last night.
An innocent student was shot and another man injured as gang violence erupted outside a youth boxing event.
Last week, Derek Hutch (27) - nephew to Gerry "The Monk" Hutch - was shot and killed at the Bridgeview halting site near Cloverhill Road, the 14th victim of the feud.
Both men have been taken to St. James's Hospital for treatment.
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A Garda spokesman said the men were injured after a auto pulled up near the National Stadium, on South Circular Road, at about 9.45pm on Friday and fired at a man who is known to gardaí; he was hit in the foot as he ran towards Griffith College.
A auto pulled up and two men - one wearing a ski mask and the other a balaclava - jumped out of the vehicle and opened fire on their target.
The shooting began outside the Stadium at about 9.45pm.
Gardaí believe there were two gunmen who both wore ski masks and left the scene in a dark coloured auto.
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The event in question was an IABA Irish U18s/U20 amateur boxing event.
"I'm in the dark as to what happened, but shots were fired outside the stadium".
The scene has been preserved for a technical examination and South Circular Road was closed from Donore Avenue to Leonard's Corner on Saturday morning.
Two burnt-out cars were later found in north Dublin.
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An incident room has been set up at Kevin Street Garda station and anyone with information is asked to call them on 01 6669400.