The Red Hand found themselves a point behind while playing into the wind after the break, but they turned the game in their favour in spectacular fashion.
Galway eased their way into the All-Ireland U-20 semi final where Kerry will be the opponents, after a comprehensive triumph over Roscommon in the Connacht final at Tuam Stadium.
Cork’s John O’Rourke feels he and his colleagues will have to improve their concentration levels following Sunday’s late fade-out against Derry.
It’s not often a barnstorming finish leaves both managers dissatisfied, but yesterday’s Allianz Football League Division 3 clash in Páirc Uí Chaoimh was an example from a slim genre.
Leitrim’s Division 3 survival mission will go right to the wire following a rousing win over Louth in Dundalk.
This NFL Division 3 game went to the home side, who had far too much scoring power for their northern visitors, though a late Derry rally meant Cork had to sweat.
SO YOU want change? But do you really? The word change is in vogue in the wake of the general election.
Julie Sinnamon, the CEO of Enterprise Ireland, is to step down from the role.
Clare saved their most disappointing performance of this year’s Division Two campaign as they hardly raised a gallop on their visit to a wet and windy Dr. Hyde Park.
This game was watched by a crowd of 1,658 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Nobody from Sinn Féin has contacted Paul Quinn’s family, according to the murdered 21-year-old’s mother.
Cork this afternoon continued their winning start to life in Division 3, the visitors to Carrick-on-Shannon recording their second league victory to remain firmly in the hunt for promotion.
Laois somehow managed to escape from Dr Hyde Park with a draw as late goals from Evan O’Carroll and Kieran Lillis earned Mike Quirke’s side a share of the spoils.
Former World Elite champion Kellie Harrington will be aiming to build on Ireland’s impressive start at the 71st Strandja multi-nations in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Roscommon, who fielded with only three of the side that won last year’s Connacht final, completely outclassed a poor 14-man Leitrim outfit at Carrick-on-Shannon.
The RIC's major role in exposing the Black and Tans has always been grossly underestimated.
Developers return to their roots with €14m residential project on historic Youghal site, writes Tommy Barker.
Rory Beggan says Seamus McEnaney is a “positive presence” in the Monaghan dressing-room and is excited about playing under him for the first time.
CEO of the biggest private construction company in the UK, Ray O’Rourke is looking forward to the challenges and opportunities that the UK leaving Europe will bring, writes Michael Clifford
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An injury-time goal from Billy Casey helped Aghabullogue snap a 28-year losing streak to take the Cork JBHC title in Pairc Uí Rinn as they squeezed past Ballyhea.
Naomi Wolf had promised that the two pages identified as flawed would be corrected, writes Terry Prone.
A pair of armed robbers who pointed a firearm into the face of a middle aged postmistress have lost appeals against the severity of their nine-year sentences.
The head of network operations at Transport Infrastructure Ireland has said that one of the northbound lanes of the M8 has reopened this morning which is “adequate for capacity.”
Part of the deal with being inducted into the GAA Museum’s Hall of Fame is a sit-down interview with media.
Anybody fortunate enough to be in Croke Park last Saturday evening, well, anybody from Dublin and the vast majority of neutrals, will have a cherished memory forever, writes Peter McNamara.
Cork welterweight Christina Desmond reckons if she raises her game by 10% against Russian No 2 seed Darima Sandakova in Madrid today that she can become a two-time European Elite medallist.
Carbery Rangers will face champions St Finbarr’s in the Cork SFC third round following a pulsating victory over west Cork rivals Castlehaven in Skibbereen on Saturday night.
The US president has been condemned for tweeting about conspiracies linking Bill Clinton to the sudden death of Jeffrey Epstein, write John Whitesides
Three-time All-Star Conor McManus has insisted that Monaghan won’t “disappear into the sunset” as some expect following the end of the Malachy O’Rourke era.
Legal experts and civil rights groups have said it is imperative that the Government open a public consultation on how redress schemes should operate.
A son had taken over the cannabis operation set up by his late father to pay the mortgage, in what the Circuit Criminal Court heard was “a bizarre case”.
Kildare are on the lookout for a new football manager after Cian O’Neill’s decision to end his four-year involvement with the Lilywhites.
Wherefore Josepha in the tale of Maria? If you want an indicator of why Leo Varadkar’s Government has lost the run of itself, look no further than the Bailey affair.
GAA president John Horan has condemned Colm O’Rourke for questioning the presence of Dublin CEO John Costello on the new fixtures calendar review task force.
A breathtaking encounter at Carrick-on-Shannon ended with Roscommon snatching a draw at the end of normal time and then just about holding off a late Leitrim surge in extra time last night.
The reigning lightweight world champion Kellie Harrington has secured Team Ireland's sixth medal at the European Games in Minsk.
Paul Buckley and Michael Bohane will contest next Sunday’s Munster intermediate final at Baile Bhuirne after both had surprisingly comfortable semi-final wins.
Laois middleweight Michael Nevin and Bray light-flyweight Regan Buckley guaranteed Ireland’s first medals of the second European Games on 4-1 split decisions in Minsk yesterday.
Ireland has secured at least two medals at the European Games.
For the fourth year in a row Clare followed their Munster Championship exit to Kerry with victory in their opening qualifier game of the summer, but the challenge for Colm Collins’ side is to to put
Nothing became Malachy O’Rourke so much as the manner in which he walked away.
Malachy O’Rourke’s seven-season stint with Monaghan is over after the Farney’s eight-point All-Ireland qualifier defeat to Armagh in Clones on Saturday evening.
Cork have been forced into three late changes to their starting fifteen ahead of tomorrow’s Munster football final against champions Kerry (7pm).
An architect has been fined €2,500 for breaching health and safety laws in connection with a fatal workplace accident during renovations at his south Dublin home.
Roscommon footballers Enda Smith and Tadhg O’Rourke have targeted an All-Ireland semi-final appearance following the county’s latest Connacht championship triumph.
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