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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Rochestown defeat brave Killorglin in Taft Cup Final

A late penalty save from Rochestown goalkeeper Daniel Walsh was crucial to the Cork school holding off a late ISK comeback in the Taft Cup Final in Fitzgerald Stadium this afternoon as Rochestown held on to a 2-9 to 0-9 lead they enjoyed after a Bryan Hayes goal in the 41st minute.

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Cork and Galway reveal new jerseys for the 2019 season

O'Neills have revealed the new Cork jersey for the 2019 season.

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Jason Ryan to work as consultant for Cork footballers

Former Wexford and Kildare manager Jason Ryan will provide a helping hand to the Cork footballers in 2019 — though he won’t be a formal part of Ronan McCarthy’s management team.

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Russell Rovers revel in historic county crown

GAA history was made at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday evening, when Russell Rovers celebrated a first adult county championship success.

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Fermoy ease to Munster semi-final with 15-point win

Fermoy (Cork) 4-9 Galbally (Limerick) 0-6

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Revealed: Kevin O’Donovan to replace Frank Murphy as Cork GAA secretary

Former coaching officer Kevin O’Donovan is veteran administrator Frank Murphy’s replacement as Cork GAA secretary, Examiner Sport can confirm.

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Eamonn Ryan steps down as Cork selector

Eamonn Ryan has stepped down as a Cork senior football selector, having informed the county executive of his decision last month.

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Conor Lehane: Limerick route won’t deter Cork’s Munster ambition

Conor Lehane insists Cork will target another Munster title success in 2019 and won’t be swayed by Limerick’s alternative path to All-Ireland glory.

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O'Donovan Rossa rebuilding to get back in big time

O’Donovan Rossa GAA Club is investing €150,000 to get back to winning Cork and All-Ireland titles, says club chairman Pat Fitzgerald.

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Veteran Michael Shields gives credit to young guns

Michael Shields is one of the wily veterans in the St Finbarr’s line-up but he believes the new breed of footballer in Togher deserve huge credit for their county success.

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Ben O’Connor: Tough love paid dividends for Charleville

Ben O’Connor has enjoyed many great days in red and white. This time, it was the red and white of Charleville and as coach, his second term. He said they have achieved what they set out to do.

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St Finbarr’s and Duhallow to renew rivalry in much anticipated Cork SFC final

Just as they did in 1990 and 1991, St Finbarr’s and Duhallow, of course, will contest the Cork SFC final, at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

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Resurrected Redmonds plan to put turmoil behind them as they plan for 2019

Chairman Mick O’Shea has revealed he expects Redmonds to survive after all, despite the recent turmoil that befell the Cork city club.

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'It makes sense': Cork's Ian Maguire supports sin-bin over black card

Cork midfielder Ian Maguire supports three of the proposed football rule changes but has concerns over the recommendation relating to kickouts.

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Conor Lehane believes Cork getting closer to overdue All-Ireland

Conor Lehane has admitted that the Cork hurlers turned a definite corner after 2016, the worst year of his career.

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Watch: Five sent off after mass brawl in Cork minor football final

Cork underage chiefs are awaiting a referee’s report into a mass brawl which marred Monday night’s Rebel Óg Premier 2 county minor football final in Páirc Uí Rinn.

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‘Divisions are the lifeblood of small Cork clubs’

The last man to lead Duhallow to a Cork senior football title has robustly defended the involvement of divisional teams in the county championship.

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Daniel Kearney: ‘If you’re not going to mark me, then I’ll try to hurt you’

It remains to be seen if he picks up an All-Star early next month, yet the nomination alone is an endorsement of the second coming of Daniel Kearney.

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Cork Premier IFC final: Fermoy still chasing the Promised Land

For either St Michael’s or Fermoy, their run of county final heartache comes to an end on Sunday.

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'That was 2017, not 1986': Rena Buckley shares shocking story about West Cork medal ceremony

Cork dual star Rena Buckley has revealed a shocking story about the perception of women's sport.

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Beast from the East remains respected rather than loved by Cork hurling family

No complaints, said a member of the Midleton backroom as he and his colleagues walked into the Páirc Uí Chaoimh tunnel yesterday, and a Cork senior hurling county final has rarely been summed up as succinctly.

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Seamus Harnedy: ‘We wanted to show everyone 2017 wasn’t a once-off’

Late in yesterday’s county final, Seamus Harnedy went down in a heap, with first-aid attendants looking concerned, as they moved his head and neck gingerly.

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Powerful Imokilly go into overdrive

Not since Blackrock overcame Imokilly back in 2001 has a team struck four goals on the concluding afternoon of the Cork hurling championship.

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Determined Ballincollig set up victory parade

The cheers that greeted captain Ciarán O’Sullivan’s celebratory roar ‘Up the Village’ when he raised the silverware in Páirc Uí Chaoimh yesterday said it all. It was a day that will dwell long in their memory as Ballincollig regained their Cork Premier IHC status. They did ply their trade in the top tier in the past but were forced to drop down over the years.

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Mighty Mourneabbey claim five in a row

Mourneabbey claimed their fifth Cork Ladies SFC county title in a row after yesterday’s replay with West Cork at Cloughduv.

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