Champions St Finbarr’s opened their Cork SFC defence with an emphatic victory over Clyda Rovers at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday with new manager Paul O’Keeffe, following in the winning footsteps of former boss Ray Keane, well happy with his players for a job well done.
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Thu, 23 Mar, 2017
The sense of anticipation surrounding a first return of Kerry SFC fare to Connolly Park on Tralee’s Rock Street was punctured by a ruthless display from county champions South Kerry in Saturday’s 2nd round replay at the home of Austin Stacks.
Mon, 30 May, 2016
St. Finbarr’s 0-11 Aghada 0-8: Measured against their greater potential in the first half when they were limited by some poor finishing, it was no surprise to see St. Finbarr’s emerge victorious from this second round Cork SFC game in the wind and rain in Carrigtwohill on Saturday evening.
Mon, 01 Jun, 2015
A West Cork senior football championship game usually produces plenty of fireworks, but this one at Rosscarbery yesterday fizzled out and faded quickly as O’Donovan Rossa crushed a hugely disappointing Clonakilty.
Mon, 25 May, 2015
KENNY EGAN took a major step towards the world championships and, ultimately, next year’s London Olympics when he outpointed Tommy McCarthy (Oliver Plunkett BC) in a heavyweight semi-final that had its share of controversy at last night’s box-offs at the National Stadium.
Sat, 13 Aug, 2011
ROCKWELL COLLEGE, one of the traditional powerhouses in the game for more than a century, and Castletroy College, who have burst on to the scene in sensational fashion over the past few years, clash in an intriguing Avonmore Milk Munster Schools Senior Cup semi-final at Clanwilliam Park, Tipperary this afternoon (3pm).
Wed, 03 Mar, 2010
IF Blackwater College lose out to St Caimin’s of Shannon on scoring difference for a place in the play-off stages of this year’s Harty Cup (the Clare school play Our Lady’s of Templemore today), then they can surely curse Doon CBS keeper Colm Cummins.
Thu, 26 Nov, 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.
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