Watch: Fr O'Neill's and Kilworth battle for Cork Premier IHC title

Watch: Fr O'Neill's and Kilworth battle for Cork Premier IHC title

Fr O'Neill's take on Kilworth in the Cork Premier IHC final.

Watch the closing stages here and stay tuned for full deferred coverage and post-match analysis.


More on this topic

Watch live: Christians and Midleton meet in repeat of 2019 Harty Cup finalWatch live: Christians and Midleton meet in repeat of 2019 Harty Cup final

Watch live: Cork and Limerick compete for Munster Hurling League silverwareWatch live: Cork and Limerick compete for Munster Hurling League silverware

Watch live: Cork face Limerick in McGrath Cup finalWatch live: Cork face Limerick in McGrath Cup final

Watch back: Kerry and Cork start 2020 campaigns with McGrath Cup encounterWatch back: Kerry and Cork start 2020 campaigns with McGrath Cup encounter

More in this Section

Jack Anderson: Nudging, not pushing, for change is Tom Ryan’s remitJack Anderson: Nudging, not pushing, for change is Tom Ryan’s remit

Mayo and Storm Dennis hold Waterford scoreless in second halfMayo and Storm Dennis hold Waterford scoreless in second half

Terrace Talk: Liverpool - We never win fairly, do we? You’ve got to laughTerrace Talk: Liverpool - We never win fairly, do we? You’ve got to laugh

Cavan storm past Laois to easy victoryCavan storm past Laois to easy victory


Lifestyle

When Marisa Murphy went to play as a teenager on Dinish Island, she could still see the flowers growing among the ruins in her grandmother’Islands of Ireland: Barely inhabitated Dinish became an industrial zone

MAC make-up artist Lucy Bridge shares her tips backstage at Roland Mouret.How to create the perfect matte red lip, according to a backstage beauty expert

New trends include chunky heeled boots, silver belts and lots of plaid from the British designer.Victoria Beckham got ‘rebellious’ for her new collection – as David and family watched on

When horses were shown photographs of angry human faces, their hearts speeded up.Jackass penguin talk is similar to humans

More From The Irish Examiner