Historic Cork club Redmonds set to shut its doors

Redmonds, one of Cork’s most decorated GAA clubs, will cease to exist on New Year’s Eve this year.

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Cork goalkeeper O’Brien: ‘Last year was tough to take’

Six years in the red shirt have been fruitful for Cork goalkeeper Martina O’Brien, but similar to the men’s game, she thinks the role of the goalkeeper has changed immeasurably on her watch.

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Famous day for Murray family while Briege Corkery joins Rena Buckley in record books

Yesterday ended in absolute joy for manager Paudie Murray after Cork cemented their status as the best teams in this year’s senior and intermediate championships. He couldn’t have asked for more from his charges.

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Cork camogie players hail ‘we before me’ team attitude

If it’ll be remembered, it’ll be remembered for one passage of play. Why not begin with the woman who hit the free that won it?

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Heart-stopping and controversial, but Cork bask in glow of victory

A stop-start final and a heart-stopping finale?

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Bloodied but unbowed — Cork camogie boss Paudie Murray in seventh heaven

Paudie Murray admits he is tempted to stay on as Cork senior manager with the aim of guiding them to a third consecutive title in 2019.

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Ann Downey: Kilkenny came out the wrong side of a lot of calls

No amount of complaining will change the result, but Kilkenny manager, Ann Downey, said Eamon Cassidy’s refereeing was harsh on her team.

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Cork prove their credentials whatever terms of engagement

Another cold war All-Ireland final and camogie faces an existential crisis but there’s no such concern for this Cork group today.

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Minor momentum means third time’s a charm for Cork

Finola Neville was grinning from ear to ear and unsurprisingly so, having been a part of the Cork team that lost the last two Liberty Insurance intermediate camogie finals, and 12 months ago after a replay.

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Cork celebrates another camogie All-Ireland after close contest

An Orla Cotter stoppage-time free gave Cork their second successive All-Ireland senior title and fourth in five years as Kilkenny were made to pay late once again.

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Cork intermediates put agony behind them to win All-Ireland

CAITRIONA COLLINS scored a goal and six points while Minor star Saoirse McCarthy added four from play as Cork put the agony of two consecutive defeats at the last hurdle behind them to become Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie champions.

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Paudie Murray: ‘Maybe the free T-shirt was more important than the training’

When Paudie Murray stepped into the role of Cork camogie manager in the winter of 2011, he had his sister Aoife in one ear telling him there were All-Irelands in this group, while in the other he had people outside of the squad remarking that Cork “would be down for 10 to 15 years”.

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Chairperson Tracey Kennedy says fixtures clash unavoidable

The decision to fix seven Cork senior club championship fixtures on the same day as the county contests the All-Ireland camogie final was unavoidable, according to Cork chairperson Tracey Kennedy.

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'There is history there' - Glen Rovers looking forward to Middleton challenge

Midway through the ‘Up for the match’ event organised by Newtownshandrum in advance of the All-Ireland hurling final, a host of former inter-county players decried the current state of the club scene.

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Best of the west: More than bragging rights at stake between Bandon and Newcestown

Both Bandon and Newcestown have covered some amount of road since their last hurling championship meeting 27 years ago. The prize at stake on the afternoon of that 1991 clash in Ballinascarthy was the Carbery junior title. For the winners this evening, there is a place in the last eight of the SHC.

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Cork turn to 2010 heroes for football fillip

Cork’s All-Ireland winning captain in 2010, Graham Canty, and the manager of that side, Conor Counihan, will form part of a special internal sub-committee in Cork to develop a long-term plan for the progression of football in the county.

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Tony Forristal U14 hurling: Colm Crowley’s Rebels celebrate double success

Colm Crowley has some crumbs of comfort for Cork hurling fans after yesterday’s snatch and grab defeat to Tipperary in the All-Ireland U21 final.

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Denis Ring: ‘Tipp were faster onto the break and we didn’t create enough danger’

Denis Ring felt Cork had the chances to put the result beyond Tipperary’s reach before Conor Stakelum popped up in the 64th minute to bundle home the game-winning goal.

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Cork need to put steel fist into silk glove

When Cork finally hit a rhythm and a groove in the second quarter yesterday, everybody around me was probably thinking the same as the entire hurling community. ‘Yeah, Cork have finally got it together now. They’ve weathered the storm. They’ll drive on. They’ll win this handy.’ And the Cork players certainly seemed to think the same.

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Preview: Cork to end famine but Tipp will test them

First off, Tipperary won’t be as deficient as they were in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Similarly, Cork’s collective output won’t be at the same untouchable level that it was at on July 4. What you’ll find materialising will be somewhere in the middle.

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Rebel boss Denis Ring wary of wounded Tipp

Cork U21 hurling manager Denis Ring is mindful of Tipperary’s quality as the two sides face off in tomorrow’s All-Ireland final.

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Robbie O'Flynn hoping for sunny end to summer after senior disappointment

For Robbie O’Flynn, losing the All-Ireland senior semi-final to Limerick was a hard pill to swallow.

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Grounded Orla Cotter primed for Premier challenge in camogie semi-final

It has been a momentous few months in the life of Cork scoring machine, Orla Cotter.

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‘Total trust’ in Limerick to get pitch in perfect condition

Cork U21 hurling manager Denis Ring is confident the Limerick County Board will have the Gaelic Grounds in “great shape” for Sunday week’s All-Ireland U21 hurling clash with Tipperary.

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Cork are stuck in Munster mentality, says Rebel legend Ó hAilpín

Sean Óg Ó hAilpín has bemoaned Cork’s recent difficulties in Croke Park and suggested that John Meyler’s side would have “hammered” Limerick in the All-Ireland semi-final had the game been transplanted back to Munster.

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John Meyler: 'The pressure on players socially, physically, and mentally is enormous'

John Meyler has warned of the enormous toll being taken on the GAA’s inter-county players after concerns expressed in Cork over the risk of “life-altering” injuries to elite footballers and hurlers.

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All-Ireland U21 hurling final confirmed for Gaelic Grounds

The All-Ireland U21 hurling final between Cork and Tipperary will be played at the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick, at 5.30pm on Sunday 26th of August.

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McDonnell set for Cork return in 2019

The Cork senior hurlers may have former captain Stephen McDonnell back in their ranks next year after the Glen Rovers man missed out on the 2018 season.

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Meyler: It’s critical Cork teams at every level are at the top table

By last Wednesday, John Meyler needed to rinse away the weekend. Extra-time. Defeat to Limerick. The long hours on the motorway back from Croke Park.

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Gemma O'Connor: You’re not treating the girls with the same respect, which is very disappointing

Sixteen years after her senior debut Gemma O’Connor is still a mainstay of the Cork Camogie side seeking to defend their All-Ireland title.

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Finn relishing knockout phase

Cork’s Orla Finn is relishing the start of the knockout section of the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Championship as the Rebels face Westmeath in Limerick’s Gaelic Grounds at 4.45pm on Monday.

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