When the sides met at Páirc Uí Rinn in last year’s League campaign, Tipperary claimed a famous win.
Ephie Fitzgerald has brought the curtain down on his four years with the Cork Ladies football team in the wake of the Munster champions' loss to Dublin in an All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.
Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald believes last week’s defeat to Armagh was a timely wake-up call for his side, but he never doubted his players’ ability to bounce back.
Niamh Cotter led the way as Cork beat Tyrone to bounce back from last weekend’s shock defeat to Armagh and advance to the TG4 All-Ireland SFC semi-finals.
Fitzgerald has drafted Emma Spillane, Maire O’Callaghan and Áine O’Sullivan into his starting line-up.
Cork ladies football boss Ephie Fitzgerald says amalgamation with the GAA is the only way forward to sustain the level of training and commitment that female players are now putting into the game.
Full forward Saoirse Noonan fired 2-3 from play in Fraher Field as the Rebelettes captured back-to-back TG4 Munster Ladies SFC titles and their 13th in total.
Cork secured an impressive win in their opening game of the TG4 Munster SFC as they defeated Waterford 3-22 to 0-7 in their round two clash played at CIT on Sunday evening.
Last week I shamelessly exploited my corner here to publicise GAA Eile, the TV series which started last Monday and continues this evening on RTÉ One at 8.30pm.
A dominant second-half showing delivered Cork ladies football a 12th Division 1 league crown.
Cork goalkeeper Martina O’Brien says their extra-time semi-final win over 2018 champions Dublin in the Lidl National Football League can help Cork reclaim their Division 1 title.
Orla Finn starred with 13 points in the sun as Cork knocked reigning Lidl National Football League Division 1 champions Dublin off their perch, and booked their place in the final with victory at Nowlan Park.
Niamh Cotter and Marie O'Callaghan hit the net as Cork gained some revenge for last year’s All-Ireland final defeat to Dublin in this Lidl National Football League Division 1 clash at Mallow.
Galway secured their place in the Lidl National Football League Division 1 semi-finals after round five of the competition, while Dublin, Donegal, Cork and Mayo can still earn a semi-final spot after the weekend’s results.
Cork delivered their best performance of the season so far as they brushed aside Donegal in their Lidl NFL Division 1 clash at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Andrea Murphy’s goal two minutes from time sent UCD into the Gourmet Food Parlour O’Connor Cup final for the first time since their victorious 2016 campaign, after an exciting semi-final at a wind-swept Abbotstown.
The result may be a setback from a Cork perspective, but in the greater scheme of things, a significant step forward in Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday as Cork’s ladies footballers got to share the stage with their male counterparts for the first time.
Mourneabbey claimed their fifth Cork Ladies SFC county title in a row after yesterday’s replay with West Cork at Cloughduv.
Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh hailed Kerry’s “character” as they rallied to knock Cork out of the TG4 Munster ladies senior football championship on Saturday evening.
Donegal boss Micheál Naughton has spoken about how football is helping him to cope following his brother’s recent death.
Exceptional 800m running proved the highlight of the first day’s South Munster Schools’ Track & Field which took place in sunny conditions at Cork IT track.
A witness has told a murder trial at the Central Criminal Court that she heard a wailing sound as she passed a ruin in a Co Cork park, near to where the strangled body of 22-year-old beautician Rachel Kiely was found.
A garda has told a Central Criminal Court jury that a teenager who admits killing beautician Rachel Kiely (aged 22) at a park in Co Cork had a rugged cut across his face and scratches on his wrists, two days after her body was found.
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