Can Millerick snuff out lethal threat of Morris?

Can Millerick snuff out lethal threat of Morris?

Cork half-back Ger Millerick was outstanding in shadowing the Tipperary senior star on the evening of the Munster U20 final, but such is Morris’s precocious ...

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Cork can put an end to Tipp’s march

Cork can put an end to Tipp’s march

We’d be foolish to think that anything other than a green flag will decide this evening’s final.

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Ring: We must box clever when clock enters the red

Ring: We must box clever when clock enters the red

Cork must keep their concentration when the clock enters the red at the end of this evening’s U20 final, manager Denis Ring has stressed.

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Premier dream of special double

Premier dream of special double

Tipperary U20 captain Craig Morgan says teammate Jake Morris is a hurler who “has everything”.

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Rebels dominate U20 football awards

Rebels dominate U20 football awards

All-Ireland U20 football winners Cork have seven of the 20 players named as the top performers in this year’s championship.

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Barry: If you’re not starting, there’s no point throwing in the towel

Barry: If you’re not starting, there’s no point throwing in the towel

James Barry revealed that he knew he would not be included in Tipperary’s All-Ireland final team over a week before the game, but instead of wallowing in disappointment, ...

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Cork and Tipp unchanged for U20 final

Cork and Tipp unchanged for U20 final

Cork and Tipperary have named unchanged teams for tomorrow’s All-Ireland U20 hurling final.

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‘We’ve a few things to straighten out with Tipp’

‘We’ve a few things to straighten out with Tipp’

Two journeys come to an end tomorrow evening in Limerick.

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Ephie Fitzgerald: Cork and Dublin driving up standards

Ephie Fitzgerald: Cork and Dublin driving up standards

The “phenomenal” level of conditioning required to compete at the business end of the ladies football championship has been driven by Cork and Dublin, ...

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Cahill wants young charges to dispel the myth of Tipp softness

Cahill wants young charges to dispel the myth of Tipp softness

It seems an unnecessary message to have to impart to an inter-county team, but Tipperary U20 hurling manager Liam Cahill is blue in the face telling his players ...

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Liam Cahill was in frame for Liam Sheedy’s job

Liam Cahill was in frame for Liam Sheedy’s job

Liam Cahill has revealed he spoke to the Tipperary County Board about the vacant senior post following last year’s All-Ireland U21 win but withdrew from the ...

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Galway players will have no say on Donoghue successor

Galway players will have no say on Donoghue successor

The Galway players will not have a “direct say” in the appointment of Micheál Donoghue’s successor, county board chairman Pat Kearney has ...

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Ephie Fitzgerald fears flat Croke Park atmosphere

Ephie Fitzgerald fears flat Croke Park atmosphere

Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald is fearful the first-ever staging of the All-Ireland ladies football semi-finals at Croke Park will be totally devoid of atmosphere ...

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Denis Ring: Cork must starvegoal-hungry Tipperary

Denis Ring: Cork must starvegoal-hungry Tipperary

Cork U20 hurling manager Denis Ring says the biggest challenge facing his team in Saturday’s All-Ireland final is to stop Tipperary from scoring four goals.

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‘A Galway-Kilkenny final is what you live for’

‘A Galway-Kilkenny final is what you live for’

The “dream final”, is how Galway minor hurling manager Brian Hanley describes tomorrow’s date with Kilkenny, even if he would have

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No job too big or small for Conor Browne

No job too big or small for Conor Browne

Conor Browne had seven possessions in the All-Ireland semi-final, a figure roundly accepted as being below-average for a midfielder.

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Cork keeper Chris Kelly hit with 12-month ban

Cork keeper Chris Kelly hit with 12-month ban

Kelly's Éire Óg club has confirmed it is appealing the decision to the Munster Council.

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Jerome Cahill learning on the job in Tipperary’s whirlwind season

Jerome Cahill learning on the job in Tipperary’s whirlwind season

Jerome Cahill’s pinch-me moment? Easy, the Tipp dressing room on the evening of Saturday, January 26.

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Seamus Callanan ready to seize the day

Seamus Callanan ready to seize the day

Chasing silverware, yes. Chasing records, not so much, but it’s impossible to get away from the latter, such are the impressive tallies he’s been posting ...

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Stephen O’Brien cleared to face Dublin

Stephen O’Brien cleared to face Dublin

Kerry footballer Stephen O’Brien has been cleared to play in the All-Ireland SFC final.

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Paul Murphy has no issue with David Gough taking charge of All-Ireland final

Paul Murphy has no issue with David Gough taking charge of All-Ireland final

Defender Murphy described Gough as an “excellent referee”.

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‘Richie could do more in 50 minutes than most would do in 70 or 80’

‘Richie could do more in 50 minutes than most would do in 70 or 80’

The worth of Richie Hogan in his current patched-up incarnation? Former Kilkenny goalkeeper Michael Walsh offers a succinct appraisal.

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Kevin O’Donovan: Club clash with Cork’s All-Ireland finals unavoidable

Kevin O’Donovan: Club clash with Cork’s All-Ireland finals unavoidable

Club championship fixtures will be played in Cork on the same days the county contests the All-Ireland minor football and U20 hurling finals.

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World champ Luvo Manyonga wins over Cork crowd

World champ Luvo Manyonga wins over Cork crowd

He smiled through the cold, he smiled through the rain, and although the distance between the board and sandpit somewhat curtailed his leap, long-jump world champion ...

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Phil Healy confident best yet to come

Phil Healy confident best yet to come

Phil Healy is confident a return to her best form is not far in the distance after two fourth-place finishes at the 68th Cork City Sports meet.

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Cork County Board CEO Kevin O’Donovan urges Cork patience

Cork County Board CEO Kevin O’Donovan urges Cork patience

Eoghan Cormican Cork County Board CEO Kevin O’Donovan has vowed there will be no “grandstand appointment” in the coming weeks to fill the vacant ...

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Fitzmaurice believes Dubs will ‘fear’ returning Walsh

Fitzmaurice believes Dubs will ‘fear’ returning Walsh

Tommy Walsh, when removing himself from the Kerry panel following the league final defeat in 2016, told

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Clare managerial duo may stand again

Clare managerial duo may stand again

Clare hurling joint-managers Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor are considering seeking a fourth year at the helm, according to Banner County board chairman ...

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Tipp dual star O’Dwyer frustrated as All-Ireland semi-finals clash

Tipp dual star O’Dwyer frustrated as All-Ireland semi-finals clash

Tipperary dual player Orla O’Dwyer will line out for the Premier camogie team on Saturday evening, but will miss the county’s last-four ladies football ...

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Orla O’Dwyer to line out for Tipperary camogie team but will miss ladies football game on the same day

Orla O’Dwyer to line out for Tipperary camogie team but will miss ladies football game on the same day

The Tipperary ladies footballers requested their semi-final be put back a week to avoid O’Dwyer having to choose between codes, but when this request was not ...

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Harte annoyed by ‘easy frees’ awarded to Kerry

Harte annoyed by ‘easy frees’ awarded to Kerry

As well as taking umbrage with some decisions made by referee Maurice Deegan, Tyrone manager Mickey Harte felt more than six minutes of second-half injury time should ...

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Peter Keane: ‘They can be really proud of the work they did in the second half’

Peter Keane: ‘They can be really proud of the work they did in the second half’

Peter Keane told reporters afterwards that he did not watch Saturday’s Dublin-Mayo semi-final (“there was no point, we were worrying about ourselves”), ...

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Casey class catapults Inniscarra past Ballinhassig

Casey class catapults Inniscarra past Ballinhassig

A tour-de-force performance from full-forward Colm Casey has steered Inniscarra into the third round of the Cork PIHC.

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Galway end Kerry's 34-game winning streak in minor football championship

Galway end Kerry's 34-game winning streak in minor football championship

Kerry’s bid for a sixth consecutive All-Ireland minor football title is over as Galway, with a strong final quarter effort, ended the Kingdom’s 34-game ...

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O’Dwyer wants to keep Rebel rising rolling into September

O’Dwyer wants to keep Rebel rising rolling into September

Cork minor manager Bobbie O’Dwyer knows how quickly Cork football’s restorative summer has trickled all the way down to the next generation.

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Costello: Another few gears left in Kerry

Costello: Another few gears left in Kerry

Eoghan Cormican in preview box Kerry minor football manager James Costello believes “there are another couple of gears” in his team and that the wide, ...

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Kieran Kingston 'would be the best appointment' for Cork says U20 boss Ring

Kieran Kingston 'would be the best appointment' for Cork says U20 boss Ring

When asked this evening whether he had any interest in the vacant senior job, Ring said his sole focus was on the Cork U20s and their All-Ireland final clash with ...

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Cruciate heartache for Mayo’s Jason Doherty

Cruciate heartache for Mayo’s Jason Doherty

Mayo’s Jason Doherty will miss the remainder of their campaign after confirmation yesterday he damaged his anterior cruciate ligament in Saturday’s win ...

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U20 Football rule is lunacy, says Premier boss Liam Cahill

U20 Football rule is lunacy, says Premier boss Liam Cahill

Tipperary U20 hurling manager Liam Cahill has described as “lunacy” the rule which prevents young footballers from playing U20 and senior championship ...

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Kerry defence crying out for leaders, says Seán O’Sullivan

Kerry defence crying out for leaders, says Seán O’Sullivan

The Kerry defence has been worryingly devoid of leadership since the closing rounds of the league, according to former Kingdom footballer Seán O’Sullivan. ...

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Peter Keane urges starlets to stay patient

Peter Keane urges starlets to stay patient

Kerry manager Peter Keane prefers the old-style All-Ireland quarter-final structure, believing the Super 8s to be fostering an environment whereby the “rich ...

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Clifford primed for Kerry return but O’Donoghue a doubt

Clifford primed for Kerry return but O’Donoghue a doubt

The Kerry management have no concerns over David Clifford’s ability to last the full 70 minutes in Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final, but fear hamstring-troubled ...

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With U20 title in the bag, Cork already looking to next step

With U20 title in the bag, Cork already looking to next step

Former Cork footballer Colm O’Neill sees no reason why five or six of the county’s All-Ireland U20 winning team can’t make the step up to senior ...

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Ricken: ‘It was either man up or die’

Ricken: ‘It was either man up or die’

“Relieved, but not surprised,” was Keith Ricken’s summation of his team’s astonishing first-half comeback.

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O’Mahony follows O’Neill’s ‘free’ advice

O’Mahony follows O’Neill’s ‘free’ advice

Five steps back and four to the side — a free-taking routine which has transformed Cathal O’Mahony’s prowess from the dead ball and one which Colm ...

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Ruthless Tipp rampage sets up Cork rematch

Ruthless Tipp rampage sets up Cork rematch

The good people at Teneo, the PR arm behind Bord Gais Energy’s sponsorship of the All-Ireland U-20 hurling championship, have quite the couple of weeks ahead ...

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Rossies signpost distance Cork must travel

Rossies signpost distance Cork must travel

Strange one, this. Very strange.

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Ricken’s rookies eye new chapter for Cork football

Ricken’s rookies eye new chapter for Cork football

Leaning against the wall outside a bouncing Cork dressing-room, happiness and contentment radiating from the broad smile he’s wearing, Cork U20 captain Peter ...

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Roscommon finish Super 8s campaign on a high with win over Cork

Roscommon finish Super 8s campaign on a high with win over Cork

Roscommon finished their Super 8s campaign on a positive note with this three-point win over Cork.

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'Cork football will never go away', says Ricken after U20's All-Ireland heroics

'Cork football will never go away', says Ricken after U20's All-Ireland heroics

Their 3-16 to 1-14 win over Dublin is the county’s first All-Ireland football title, junior excluded, since the Sam Maguire triumph of 2010.

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