Hurley recovery is Haven sent

YOUNG Castlehaven star Michael Hurley has made what’s being described as a near miraculous recovery from a leg injury sustained while playing for Cork minors in their defeat by Dublin in the All-Ireland quarter-final  at the start of the month. The...

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HC race wide open after big weekend ties

Things are beginning to look up again in the great hurling home in Togher.  Here Ian Maguire and Damien Cahalane of  St. Finbarr's close down Eoghan Murphy of  Erin's Own.. Picture: Jim Coughlan
THERE was only one talking point after the fourth round activity in the Cork County SHC and that was the unsavoury happenings involving Glen and Bishopstown. It was a pity that what happened deflected from what was a very good win...

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City are focused on title run-in

Cork City’s Danny Morrissey gains possession from Derek Pender of Bohemians during their FAI Ford Cup Third Round replay at Dalymount Park, Dublin, last night. Picture:SPORTSFILE
CORK City might be out of the FAI Cup, but manager John Caulfield still believes his charges can push league leaders...

Tuesday, 26/08/14 - 9:36am Read More

Ref’s report will be key on Glen and Town

Spectators look on as Glen Rovers and Bishopstown players get involved in one of the unsavoury incidents during their SHC clash at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday.  Picture:     David Keane
THE Cork County Board will wait for referee Cathal McAllister’s report before deciding Glen Rovers and Bishopstown’s fate as a...

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Dan Murray strikes late to save Cork City’s cup hopes

Dan Murray scored a late equaliser for Cork City against Bohs tonight. Picture Sportsfile
  Cork City have drawn 2-2 with Bohemians in the all Premier League FAI Ford Cup third round clash at...

Friday, 22/08/14 - 9:57pm Read More

Coaching officer insists groundwork is being done for Rebels’ future

U21 scoreline
IF a run of disappointing results at underage level in recent years hadn’t put Cork coaching standards in the spotlight,...

Friday, 22/08/14 - 12:59pm Read More

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Morrissey chases an FAI Cup medal

GEARÓID MORRISSEY would give anything to get his hands on an FAI Cup winners’ medal this season.  The former Blackburn...

Friday, 22/08/14 - 12:46pm Read More

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Sweetnam set to make full Munster debut

Former Cork senior hurler Darren Sweetnam in action for Munster. Picture: Inpho
FORMER Cork senior hurler Darren Sweetnam will make his full Munster debut in the province’s friendly away to Gloucester tomorrow....

Friday, 22/08/14 - 10:10am Read More

Lenihan says farewell to City

Cork City's Brian Lenihan. Picture INPHO
BRIGHTON-BOUND young full-back Brian Lenihan plays his last game for Cork City in tonight’s Ford FAI Cup fourth round clash...

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Murphy and O’Brien chasing victory

Owen Murphy/James O’Brien (Mitsubishi) seeking a third win in a row.  Picture: Martin Walsh
FORMER National Forest Rally champions Owen Murphy and James O’Brien are chasing down a third consecutive victory in the Valvoline...

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Cork’s Orla wins silver at European Championships

Orla Barry, from Ladysbridge, with her silver medal after finishing second in the women's discus throw - T57 final,  with a throw of 28.13 at the 2014 IPC Athletics European Championships at Swansea University, Wales. Picture: Sportsfile
EAST CORK athlete Orla Barry collected yet another medal at the 2014 Paralympic Athletics European Championships in Swansea yesterday. The...

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Newtownshandrum ready for championship bid

Newtownshandrum's John Paul King shoots from UCC's Mark Sugrue  during their  Cork SHC clash at Mallow last night
Picture: Eddie O'Hare
TEAM spirit and a willingness to do their village proud were the qualities that drove Newtownshandrum into the last eight...

Thursday, 21/08/14 - 9:51am Read More

Shanahan set for 800m final at World Youth Olympic Games

Cork runner Louise Shanahan. Picture: David Keane
  LEEVALE ace Louise Shanahan will compete in the 800m final at the World Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing after...

Thursday, 21/08/14 - 8:37am Read More

Cusack is Echoing our sentiments

Cork team Hill
ON The Sunday Game in the aftermath of Cork’s collapse at the hands of Tipp, Donal Óg Cusack lashed out...

Wednesday, 20/08/14 - 12:29pm Read More

It was bizarre to see Rebels fold so tamely at HQ

Cork hurling disappointment
John Horgan THE word ‘trample’ was used in one of the headlines yesterday morning to describe what Tipperary did to...

Wednesday, 20/08/14 - 12:05pm Read More

Are we reading too much into one game?

  Denis Hurley   HERE’S A question – would you rank the Cork hurlers’ 2014 campaign as being better or...

Wednesday, 20/08/14 - 12:04pm Read More

Board to increase coaching staff

Donal Óg Cusack was critical of the coaching levels within Cork GAA.
THE CORK County Board will have a full-time coaching staff of 11 in the coming weeks, writes PETER McNAMARA. The...

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Caulfield bemoans long trip to Derry

Gearóid Morrissey slides in on  David Cassidy of  Bray. Picture: Jim Coughlan
FRUSTRATING, disappointing and causal were just some of the words used by Cork City boss John Caulfield in his after...

Tuesday, 19/08/14 - 8:18am Read More

System failure on Jones’ Road

Cork dejection
THE CORK hurlers have endured some tough days since they last got their hands on Liam McCarthy, but yesterday was...

Monday, 18/08/14 - 10:14am Read More

Cusack slams lack of investment in coaching

DONAL Óg Cusack has blasted the Cork County Board for the Rebels’ underage problems and its failure to invest in...

Monday, 18/08/14 - 10:11am Read More