St Thomas have won all three county finals they have played in — having only made it to their first decider in 2012 — and they will go into a repeat of last year’s Galway SHC showdown against Liam Mellows as favourites in two weeks’time to retain the title for the first time.
THE Cork City juggernaut shows no sign of stopping as John Caulfield’s green machine made it 12 league wins out of 12 as four second half goals saw them romp to an emphatic win over Finn Harps at Turners Cross last night.
Finn Harps 0, Longford Town 1: Finn Harps were shocked as they slumped to a seventh defeat on the trot to leave them hovering just above the drop zone. This defeat at Finn Park against rock bottom basement side Longford — whose only previous win came on the opening day of the season — will have set the alarm bells ringing.
He’s won everything Gaelic football has to offer and been handsomely rewarded with silverware, but Frank McGlynn has revealed his sporting career could have been panned out very differently — if it hadn’t been for Wayne Rooney.