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Diarmuid O’Sullivan: “He Won’t Be On Cork’s Christmas Card List”

Cork’s 2019 Munster Hurling Championship campaign got off to a rocky start as they fell to a seven-point defeat against Tipperary in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Liam Sheedy’s men rolled back the years Leeside to record their first win in the province since 2016 much to the dismay of the current back-to-back Munster champions. Following Cork’s loss, Diarmuid O’Sullivan took umbrage …

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Cork And Clare Name Their Teams For Sunday’s Munster Hurling Clash

This Sunday sees the beginning of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship with the new round-robin format in place, there will be no shortage of excellent hurling over the coming weeks. Cork host Clare at Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Sunday’s second game which comes after Limerick’s clash with Tipperary in the Gaelic Grounds. Both sides have now named their teams and Clare …

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John Meyler Outlines His Goals For The National League Season

Defending Munster champions Cork will play in the new Pairc Ui Chaoimh for the first time in a competitive fixture on Saturday evening as they host Kilkenny. With a young team, the Rebels surprised many last year but, ultimately, the campaign ended in disappointment in Croke Park as the Leesiders lost to Waterford in the All-Ireland semi-final. However, that provincial …

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New Cork Manager John Meyler Announces His Backroom Team For 2018

John Meyler has announced who he will be bringing into the Cork setup as his selectors for the forthcoming season.  Meyler was confirmed as the new Cork senior hurling manager a matter of weeks ago after Kieran Kingston surprisingly stepped away from the post. Rather intriguingly, although Meyler is making the step up from working as a selector under Kingston …

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New Cork Senior Hurling Manager To Be Ratified Next Week

The wait to hear who Kieran Kingston’s successor as manager of the Cork hurlers is drawing to a close.  The ratification of the new boss was scheduled to take place at a county board meeting tonight but the appointment has been delayed until next Monday. Hot favourite to take the reins on Leeside is John Meyler, who managed the county’s …

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Another Frontrunner For The Cork Job Has Ruled Himself Out

Cork Senior Hurling Championship Final, Pairc Ui Rinn, Cork 11/10/2015 Glen Rovers vs Sarsfields Sarsfields manager Pat Ryan

After Diarmuid O’Sullivan ruled him self out of contention for the vacant Cork senior hurlers’ managerial post, another frontrunner has now also taken his name off the table. Pat Ryan, who like O’Sullivan was a member of Kingston’s backroom staff, has told the Evening Echo that he will not be putting himself forward for the position that the previous manager …

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Cork Have Already Found Alan Cadogan’s Heir Apparent In Brian Turnbull

Brian Turnbull produced another classy display on Sunday as he guided the Cork minors to victory over Dublin. While the famed Cork production line may have stalled momentarily in the noughties, it is truly kicking back into gear in recent years. Cork claimed the inaugural u-17 All-Ireland title last weekend with a 1-19 to 1-17 victory over Dublin last weekend. …

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Alan Cadogan Recalls Learning From A Number Of The Cork Greats

Alan Cadogan has built a reputation as one of the country’s most dangerous forwards. The Douglas clubman has picked up Man of the Match awards on his debut against Waterford in 2014 and in his last outing, the Munster final against Clare. Cadogan was speaking to the Irish Independent ahead of today’s All-Ireland semi-final against Waterford. Having had his brother, Eoin, …

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UCC’s Influence On Tomorrow’s All-Ireland Semi-Final Is Outstanding

Cork and Waterford go to battle tomorrow evening at half three. After clashing three times already in 2015, these sides will know each other inside out. But there is another reason why many of these players will be familiar with one another. It’s widely accepted that just one step beneath inter-county hurling lies Fitzgibbon Cup hurling and one third level …

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