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Sarah Stanley previews the clash between old rivals Cork and Kilkenny in Páirc uí Chaoimh on Saturday. For many years this was the clash that seemed destined for Croke Park Final day, as was the case from 2016 to 2018 however for the second year in succession that is no longer the case as one […]

Part of the plan involves making Páirc Uí Chaoimh a year-round venue The ‘One Cork’ plan aims to make Cork GAA one of the most successful sporting organisations in the country, both on and off the pitch and will involve a new programme of investment and commercial activity. Income will be raised by stadium sponsorship […]

Louth pulled off a coup last night with the announcement that Mickey Harte will be their new manager. Harte recently left the Tyrone senior footballers after 18 years in charge, and three All Ireland titles. The 68 year has been handed a three year term and replaces Wayne Kierans, who left the role after their […]

To the fascinated observer looking on from the sideline, without attachment to either of the protagonists, last year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Semi-Final between Cork and Galway was one for the ages. After more than 70 minutes of endeavour, the westerners had a point to spare. They would go on and claim ultimate honours with a far […]

It’s 100 years since 14 people died in Dublin At Croke Park, 14 flames will be lit on Hill 16 – and the Taoiseach and President will lay a wreath at a special GAA ceremony in advance of the Leinster football final between Dublin and Meath. A minute’s silence will be observed before all GAA […]

Cork GAA claimed a contractor involved in the construction of Páirc Uí Chaoimh billed them one million Euro three years after the stadium was completed. The Irish Examiner reports OCS One Complete Solutions Ltd, an electrical contractor who has been paid €7.1 million for work on the stadium, served notice that it would submit a claim for […]

Cork hurling boss Kieran Kingston says he’s proud of his players following Saturday’s defeat to Tipperary in the All Ireland Hurling Championship qualifier. The reigning champions finished stronger at the Gaelic Grounds, with Jake Morris’ late goal helping the Premier into the quarter finals, where they’ll face Galway. It’s a case of what might have […]

Cork 3-15 Clare 0-8 Ignore the scoreline. It in absolutely no way provides any indication of the story of this Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Quarter-Final, writes Darragh Ó Conchúir. With nine minutes remaining, and Clare still trailing by just five points, inspirational centre-back Niamh O’Dea surged out of defence, drew the cover and […]

Áine Terry O’Sullivan scored a hat-trick and Saoirse Noonan hit two goals as Cork set up a TG4 All-Ireland Senior Semi-Final with Galway after a comprehensive victory 7-9 to 2-6 win over Cavan at O’Connor Park, Birr, writes Anthony Newman. Áine Terry O’Sullivan scored a hat-trick and Saoirse Noonan hit two goals as Cork set […]

Clare manager Ger O’Connell has pointed to the leadership provided by the experienced players in his squad as the pivotal factor in his squad bouncing back from the precipice of another group stage Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship exit, to be preparing for a first Quarter-Final since 2014. The Bannerwomen face a stiff challenge […]


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