Cork’s side for tonight’s Munster U21HC semi-final against Waterford in Páirc Uí Chaoimh (7.30pm) will feature five players who have played in this year’s provincial senior championship while none of the Déise side saw action.
Wed, 20 Jun, 2018
A powerful second-half display — during which last year’s beaten county finalists outscored their opponents by 0-12 to 0-2 from the 37th minute onwards — propelled Blackrock to victory in this entertaining Cork SHC first-round clash.
Mon, 30 Apr, 2018
Mon, 13 Jun, 2016
Tue, 22 Dec, 2015
St Francis College, Rochestown 4-11Ard Scoil Rís 1-17: Dr Harty Cup semi-final: Not since Midleton CBS’s win of 2006 has a Cork school inscribed its name on the Dr Harty Cup, but the possibility of that run ending remains a live possibility after this Charleville cracker.
Mon, 02 Feb, 2015
CIT 0-17 DCU 1-6: CIT manager Pat Mulcahy praised Tipperary star John O’Dwyer’s big-game character after inspiring his team to an opening-day Fitzgibbon Cup success. The All Star forward shot four important points in the final quarter, and 0-8 in total, to settle a tie that hung in the balance.
Fri, 30 Jan, 2015
St Francis College Rochestown 3-9 Nenagh CBS 2-8: Tour-de-force performances from Ciarán Cormack and Shane Kingston returned St Francis College, Rochestown to the semi-final juncture of the Harty Cup for a second successive year.
Fri, 16 Jan, 2015
Having produced a fantastic team performance for 55 minutes, the Kildorrery players were out on their feet in the final stages of this IFC opening round clash at Rathcormac on Saturday but still did enough to survive a late Glanmire onslaught.
Mon, 07 May, 2012
Substitute Liam O’Sullivan was the scoring hero in the finale and wing-forward Ronan Lynch, still eligible for the U16 grade, was the scoring hero for the majority of the game as Limerick enjoyed a successful trip to Páirc Uí Chaoimh last night by claiming a victory over Cork in the opening round of the Munster MHC.
Thu, 03 May, 2012
Disappointment tempered by relief, that was the reaction of former Kilkenny great Eddie Keher to the news yesterday that while Richie Power will miss Sunday’s Allianz Hurling League Division 1A final, the injury he suffered playing for Carrickshock in Saturday’s club game against James Stephens isn’t as bad as first feared.
Tue, 01 May, 2012