Obituary: ‘Kevin McTernan was a guy you’d always get on with’

Kevin McTernan, former St Finbarr’s goalkeeper and club stalwart.

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Level-headed O’Callaghan reflects on golden year

When Con O’Callaghan pauses for thought and flicks through the statistics of an incredible season, even he may be surprised at the figures in front of him, writes Paul Keane.

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Sharry happy he picked football over soccer

Paul Sharry has admitted that AIB Leinster club success with St Loman’s this weekend would be sweeter than anything he might have achieved in soccer, writes Paul Keane.

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Never-say-die Knocknagree land historic first club title

Knocknagree (Cork) 1-17 Dromid Pearses (Kerry) 2-11: Knocknagree wrote themselves into the history books at Mallow yesterday when they collected their first AIB Munster Club JFC title.

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Cora Staunton enjoys dream finale for Carnacon

Carnacon 0-15 Mourneabbey 1-10: The perfect send-off.

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Dee Blayney the darling of Dunboyne as Kinsale endure more final heartache

Dunboyne 2-13 Kinsale 2-12: A 54th-minute point from midfielder Dee Blayney was the difference at Parnell Park yesterday, when Dunboyne claimed their first-ever LGFA All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship title in a dramatic encounter against Kinsale.

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Knocknagree end Kerry dominance in Munster junior final

KERRY dominance in the Munster club junior football championship has come to an end after Knocknagree inched past Dromid Pearses in a brilliant contest at Mallow today.

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Knocknagree on ‘the hardest championship in the country to win’

In tomorrow’s Munster junior club football final you have a classic derby: Knocknagree of Cork versus Dromid Pearses of Kerry.

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Mourneabbey inspiring a culture of success in North Cork

Mourneabbey go to the well all over again tomorrow.

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The Kieran Donaghy interview: Still drawn back to the cauldron

“Am I good enough to wear number 14 for Kerry next year? That’s what I have to prove.” Kieran Donaghy thought he was finished in a Kerry jersey. The pain of defeat by Mayo bit deep but he has always found a way of twisting pain to his own ends. And he has always loved to prove people wrong.

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