Newtownshandrum rolled back the years in Fitzgerald Park, Fermoy yesterday, sending favourites and current champions Sarsfields down the route of the losers’ rounds of the Cork SHC after this epic extra-time first round victory.
Mon, 18 May, 2015
AT a time when Limerick hurling is in turmoil, the young hurlers of Ardscoil Rís wrote a glorious chapter in their school’s history yesterday by winning the Dr Harty Cup for the first time at the third attempt at McDonagh Park, Nenagh.
Fri, 12 Mar, 2010
THE fallout from their controversial meeting in the decider three years ago has finally been consigned to history after Portumna and Loughrea played out a game in Pearse Stadium yesterday that was relatively incident-free – apart from the issuing of one red card.
Mon, 16 Nov, 2009
GOALS were the difference in this meeting of neighbours in the Tipperary SHC quarter-final at Semple Stadium yesterday, the two second-half three-pointers by Mid-Tipp champions Drom & Inch enough to ease them onto a semi-final meeting with reigning champions Toomevara next Sunday at the same venue.
Mon, 28 Sep, 2009
GALWAY manager John McIntyre is forced to make two changes for Sunday’s crucial Allianz NHL clash against his native Tipperary at Pearse Stadium. Midfielder David Tierney is getting married on Saturday, while corner-forward Ger Farragher is ruled out with an ankle injury.
Thu, 02 Apr, 2009
THE BONFIRES were ablaze in Puckane last night as Kildangan celebrated its first North Tipperary senior hurling title since 1943, its third in all, a victory made all the sweeter in that it was achieved in the most unlikely of circumstances over neighbours and fierce rivals, Burgess.
Mon, 25 Aug, 2008
IT SHOULD have been an Evening Echo Cork SHC double-header to savour, but neither the meeting of St Finbarr’s and Blackrock in the opener, nor the ensuing Glen Rovers and Na Piarsaigh clash at Páirc Ui Chaoimh lived up to expectation for the 5,000 plus crowd.
Mon, 16 Jun, 2008
CHRISTIAN Brothers College Cork secured their place in the semi-finals of the Avonmore-sponsored Munster Christians had too much power up front and plenty of pace in the back division to see off what was, nevertheless, a spirited Rockwell challenge spearheaded by the impressive number eight Stephen Maguire and loose head prop Cian O’Donnell.
Fri, 22 Feb, 2008
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