Cadogan trying to ‘find his identity’ in Cork set-up

It’s not as if Eoin Cadogan is obsessed with what his fellow Cork hurlers think, but you can tell their perception of him is on his mind.

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Coveney and Douglas bid to banish memories of 2017

Last year’s Cork senior hurling championship didn’t go to plan for Douglas. Pre-season favourites, they were beaten by Cork IT, and then failed to come through their second-round game with Killeagh.

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Mayo chairman blasts April club fixture fiasco

The GAA’s proposal to designate April as a club-only month “is not working” and “must be revisited by Croke Park”, according to Mayo chairman Mike Connelly.

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Mondays to be downtime for Cadogan during championship

Eoin Cadogan envisages players involved in the provincial hurling championship taking time off to recover from the intense schedules over May and June.

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Mixed All-Ireland final emotions linger for Barrett

There’s a school of thought that Chris Barrett should have been named man-of-the-match in last year’s All-Ireland football final.

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Provincial football clashes lose out in live TV coverage

Live coverage of the provincial senior football championships is likely to be severely dented by the introduction of the Super 8 All-Ireland SFC quarter-final stages and the reformatting of the provincial senior hurling competitions as round robins.

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Forde admits high-profile Davy spat destabilised his summer

In-form Tipperary forward Jason Forde has described his build-up to this year’s Munster championship as poles apart from the chaos of 12 months ago.

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I think we can win an All-Ireland, says Comer

Galway captain Damien Comer has bullishly declared that the rapidly improving Tribesmen are capable of winning this year’s All-Ireland.

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GAA to clamp down on referendum canvassing

The GAA are expected to ensure there is no promotion of either side ahead of the Eighth Amendment referendum at any of next month’s Championship games.

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Commercials open title defence in emphatic style

There were no major shocks as the Tipperary SFC got underway, with holders Clonmel Commercials and leading rivals Loughmore-Castleiney among those recording first round victories.

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Kavanagh inspires Mellows in city derby

Conor Kavanagh scored two goals for reigning champions Liam Mellows as they beat Castlegar 3-15 to 2-13 in the big city derby in Group 1 of the Galway SHC at Pearse Stadium.

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Erin’s Own spring into action as O’Carroll nets hat-trick

Erin’s Own 4-21 Bride Rovers 2-13: Erin’s Own had little difficulty in seeing off Bride Rovers in the first round of the Cork SHC at Páirc Uí Rinn yesterday.

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Trihy grabs dramatic victory for Clashmore

Clashmore rebounded from their ten-point loss to The Nire as a powerful finish caught Ballinacourty at the death in the Fraher Field sunshine on Saturday.

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Twomey hat-trick hero for Courceys

Courcey Rovers 3-18 Inniscarra 0-19: Ultimately, it was Seán Twomey’s first-half hat-trick that propelled Courcey Rovers into the third round of the Cork PIHC in this proverbial game of two halves played at the pristine Ballygarvan venue yesterday.

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‘Disconnect talk between Croke Park and clubs annoys me’

Next to Frank Murphy, there are very few who have given as much service to the GAA as Joan Cooney.

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