'May 12 is our target date' - Cork chairperson says Páirc Uí Chaoimh should be ready for Championship

Tonight's Allianz Hurling League clash with Clare was moved to Pairc Ui Rinn after the pitch was deemed unplayable after the league double-header two weeks ago.

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Delivering a performance is Midleton’s priority

For Midleton CBS, the disappointment was two-fold this time last year.

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CBC’s Barrett wary of falling at final hurdle

Shane Barrett, one of the inspirational figures on the Christian Brothers College team that will contest their first Dr Harty Cup final in 101 years, is looking forward to leading his side out against Midleton CBS in tomorrow’s eagerly awaited showdown at Páirc Uí Rinn.

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Hard work is paying for Cork schools

This weekend it’s all about the best of Cork. Four schools, two Munster finals and a feelgood factor on Leeside.

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All-Ireland winner signs on with Cork U20 management team

Former Cork forward Colm O’Neill has been announced as a selector for the Cork U20 team.

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Tompkins: Who is going to die for the Cork jersey?

Former Cork boss and captain Larry Tompkins says the county’s under fire footballers must show greater commitment to the cause.

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Why does Cork lose so many young hurlers and footballers? And what are they doing about it?

Cork senior hurler Stephen McDonnell described his journey from playing for Cork as an U14 player to lifting a Munster senior title as captain.

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John Meyler calls for move towards artificial pitches amid Páirc problems

Cork hurling manager John Meyler has called for artificial pitches to be installed at major GAA stadiums after problems with the Páirc Uí Chaoimh surface.

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GAA chiefs deem Páirc pitch ‘unacceptable’ as replacement looks likely

Yesterday’s news that Cork will play their next NHL Division 1A game in Páirc Uí Rinn rather than Páirc Uí Chaoimh is good news for players but it also raises many questions.

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Kennedy confident Páirc will be ready for championship

Cork County Board chairperson Tracey Kennedy is confident the playing surface at the revamped Páirc Uí Chaoimh will be ready for the rigours of the championship.

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Rebels fail to make the numbers count

Where in the opening round Cork succeeded in securing a point despite being a man down for the closing 27 minutes of action, yesterday, despite being a man up for the same period of time, they were unable to manage anything at all.

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Wexford get to the pitch of it

When the going gets tough, the tough get going, but what happens when the going is as soft as in Páirc Uí Chaoimh?

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14-man Kildare see off Cork down the Páirc

Fourteen-man Kildare secured their first win of the Division 2 league campaign, at Cork’s expense, this afternoon.

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Ronan McCarthy wants Cork football to shed sense of entitlement

Cork begin a third consecutive spring in the second tier away to Fermanagh tomorrow afternoon, with the county having failed to challenge for promotion in either 2017 or 2018.

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The Kieran Shannon Interview: Colm O’Neill is still keeping the bright side out

Serious knee injuries blighted Colm O’Neill’s inter-county career, but instead of focusing on the negatives or his misfortune, the recently retired All-Ireland winning attacker still prefers to concentrate on the positives and fond memories from his time as a Cork footballer.

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John Meyler draws from rugby replacement playbook

Nowlan Park hosts Kilkenny versus Cork in the National Hurling League tomorrow, a clash with tradition, as Cork manager John Meyler says.

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Jamie O’Sullivan: 'There needs to be consistency so the lows aren’t as low'

Recently retired Cork footballer Jamie O’Sullivan is confident things will “click” for Cork football in the near future.

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Diarmuid O’Sullivan: Rebels need more players

Diarmuid O’Sullivan has reiterated his criticism of Cork’s panel depth and claimed that increasing their pool of potential championship players should be the main Allianz League target.

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Cork defender Kevin Crowley ruled out of Division 2 opener

Kevin Crowley has been ruled out of Cork’s Division 2 opener away to Fermanagh this weekend.

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Munster needs Cork to revive football in province, says provincial chief

Kerry’s dominance of Munster football has seen the province’s championships lose their spark, accepts Munster Council CEO Kieran Leddy.

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Cairde Chorcaí will spend on grassroots to remedy Cork's low coaching ratio

The next step for Cairde Chorcaí is the building of a global network of supporters to boost investment in Cork GAA at elite and grassroots level.

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Cork searching for new U20 football boss as Gene O’Driscoll resigns

Cork GAA officials are on the hunt for a new U20 football manager following the resignation of Gene O’Driscoll.

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Dr Con Murphy has been 'a doctor, coach, selector, father figure, and friend' to Cork and UCC GAA

A doctor, coach, selector, counsellor, psychologist, entertainment officer, father figure and friend. Dr Con Murphy has been all that and more to Cork and UCC GAA for more than 40 years. On the day his extraordinary volunteerism is celebrated by Cáirde Chorcaí at a gala event in the City Hall, players and managers from Cork and beyond describe what makes Dr Con special. Larry Ryan reports...

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Cáirde Chorcaí chairman says testimonial monies not for debt

Cáirde Chorcaí chairman Ted Owens has reiterated that the proceedings from this evening’s testimonial for Dr Con Murphy will not be used to service the Páirc Uí Chaoimh debt. He said that all monies raised goes to Cáirde Chorcaí and Cork Simon.

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Charleville Ben O’Connor’s magic transfers to the sideline

Early in the conversation with Ben O’Connor the name of an old jousting partner pops up.

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Cork's Amy O’Connor still shattering glass ceilings

Amy O’Connor’s criticism of camogie’s rules and tactics is a breath of fresh air in a sporting climate where so many stars now spout vanilla.

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St Francis continue winning ways with victory over Coláiste Choilm

St Francis College already topped their group, and today in Ballygarvan they continued winning ways when they got the better of fellow Cork school Coláiste Choilm in a hard-fought quarter-final of the Corn Uí Mhuirí.

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Clonakilty CC book semi-final spot after strong second half against Hamilton HS

A strong second-half performance against the wind at Newcestown on Wednesday booked Clonakilty CC’s place in the semi-finals of the Corn Uí Mhuirí.

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Magpies to face The Glen in Cork SHC opener

A rematch between Midleton and Glen Rovers is the stand-out tie in the first round of the 2019 Cork SHC following last night’s draws at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

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Cork football must fight for the right to parity

Coming just over a week after the launch of the Cork football’s five-year plan and less than a month after the estimated overrun on developing Páirc Uí Chaoimh was revealed,Dr Con Murphy’s testimonial dinner is timely. writes John Fogarty.

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Ronan McCarthy says new plan ‘a step in the right direction’

Ronan McCarthy has described the Cork 2024 five-year plan, published last week, as “a step in the right direction” for football in the county.

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‘I’ve memories, stories and friendships. What’s better than that?’ - Brid Stack

After a standout career in red, which delivered 11 All-Ireland victories, Brid Stack has decided to call time on her inter-county football career. She spoke yesterday about the big moments and the little details.

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Cork's Cian Kiely: ‘Basketball complements football’

Back in 2011, well before Dublin became dominant, their success was already considered the death-knell of one of Gaelic football’s time-honoured forces. Former Monaghan captain Owen Lennon had no time for basketballer Michael Darragh Macauley or Denis Bastick’s way of doing things.

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Tracey Kennedy: Committee remit is beyond football

Cork County Board chairperson Tracey Kennedy said the remit of the finance committee announced in the new Cork football plan will not be limited to football matters, while the GDAs mentioned in the plan “won’t necessarily” focus on football.

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A county ‘gasping for change’: All-Ireland winners help Cork set out its football vision to 2024

The five-year plan up to 2024 will be resourced by a number of key appointments who will oversee development, progress and talent in Cork from schools up to elite level.

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McCarthy: No plans to replace departing O’Sullivan

There are no immediate plans to fill the void left by departed Cork football selector Ciarán O’Sullivan, manager Ronan McCarthy has revealed.

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Rebels shake off cobwebs in canter at Rathkeale

Ronan McCarthy’s description of this 17-point trouncing of Limerick as a “great workout” for his side is very much open to debate. It’s a take that is somewhat at odds with events in Rathkeale yesterday.

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Useful workout for Cork ahead of clash with Cats

Canon O’Brien Cup: Cork 1-24 UCC 1-23

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Michelle McAleer linked with Cork GAA role

Michelle McAleer, former Head of Finance, Human Resources, and Business Development with the Ulster Council of the GAA, is being strongly linked with a move to a similar role with the Cork GAA.

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Opportunities to impress as clinical Waterford see off Cork

Winners Waterford were more clinical than their opponents and deserved the win - playing with the wind, they had an early scoring burst by Stephen Bennett.

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Dalton and O'Flynn can use early season games to cement their positions in Cork hurling team

He may not have scored in open play in the Co-Op Superstores Munster SHL encounter in Cusack Park, Ennis, last Saturday, but Declan Dalton reiterated his potential to become a senior inter-county star of the near future, against Clare.

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Anthony Casey stronger for U21 CIT ‘heartbreak’

Mark White will be between the posts again for Cork on Sunday when they play Limerick in the McGrath Cup, while Chris Kelly, last summer’s junior goalkeeper, will wear number 16.

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'Every year you go without winning puts pressure on a county' - Championship the sole focus for John Meyler

Cork manager John Meyler says his attentions are already firmly fixed on their Munster championship opener against Tipperary in May, as they look to win their first All-Ireland since 2005.

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Late scoring burst gives Clare victory over Cork

Colin Guilfoyle’s late goal gave Clare the impetus to win this Co-Op Superstores Munster SHL clash in Cusack Park, Ennis, the home side’s late scoring burst getting them the win ahead of a visiting Cork side who had dominated much of an entertaining game viewed by 1,987 spectators.

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Four New Year's resolutions for Cork hurling

Their dominance of Munster and the impact of Mark Coleman and Darragh Fitzgibbon these last two years provides hope but what counters those positives is how the team is in the bad habit of repeating itself.

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Manager Ray Keane leaves St Finbarr’s post

Ray Keane has confirmed he has stepped down as St Finbarr’s manager having guided the club to their first Cork SFC title in 33 years.

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Stadium debt will not impact on day-to-day running of Cork GAA, Kennedy insists

Cork GAA chair Tracey Kennedy has claimed that the mountainous spending overrun on Pairc Ui Chaoimh will have no impact on the day-to-day running of Cork GAA.

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Mourneabbey finally claim All-Ireland glory

No more laments for Mourneabbey.

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Harnedy named Munster player of the year

Cork captain and All-Star half-forward Séamus Harnedy is the 2018 Munster senior hurler of the year.

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Fitzgibbon a doubt for Cork’s league campaign

Cork hurling manager John Meyler has suggested All-Star midfielder Darragh Fitzgibbon could sit out the 2019 Allianz League, should Charleville reach the All-Ireland intermediate club decider.

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Cooper, Maguire, O’Sullivan, and Dilworth take top Leeside awards

County star Bill Cooper, of Youghal and Imokilly, was named Reardens Cork Club Senior Hurler of the Year at a ceremony in Reardens, Cork City last night, with Ian Maguire (St Finbarr’s) picking up the football prize.

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Cloughduv come out on top in Munster junior hurling decider

The better team throughout, the mid Cork club ran out comfortable six-point winners against Ballinameela.

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Corkery to return as Munster captain

Cork’s 11-time All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football medallist Briege Corkery is set for a dramatic return to the game next weekend.

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Fitzgerald set for fourth season at the helm for Cork

Ephie Fitzgerald has committed to a fourth season as Cork ladies football manager.

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Doubters silenced, now Charleville hope to keep neighbours quiet

Listening to Charleville’s Ben O’Connor and Darragh Fitzgibbon after Sunday’s come-from-behind Munster intermediate final win, it was clear that neither coach nor player felt the team had been shown sufficient respect throughout the year.

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Anthony Nash: Fenway Classic format a keeper

Cork goalkeeper Anthony Nash has defended the Super 11s Fenway Classic and believes the competition should continue in the years ahead.

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No homework if Mourneabbey teach Kilkerrin-Clonberne lesson

Bríd O’Sullivan may decide to ease off on the homework next week if Mourneabbey make it through to another All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football Final.

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