Corry’s Corner

Corry’s Corner: Five We Take Back & Five We Stand Over – The Final Call

On March 6, 2019, the first edition of Corry's Corner was published on Pundit Arena, now, after one year and… Read More

1 month ago

Corry’s Corner: Red Hand Rising As Tyrone Strike Fear Once Again

Tyrone deserve credit... there, I said it! For nearly two full decades, the Red Hands have dined at Gaelic football's… Read More

2 months ago

Corry’s Corner: I’ll Take An All-Ireland Over A Superbowl Any Given Sunday

There's something for everybody when it comes to the Superbowl. For the diehard football fan, it's the biggest day of… Read More

2 months ago

Corry’s Corner: Stop Saying “It’s Only The League” When It’s All We’ve Got

The Allianz Football League is underway and what an opening weekend it was. With all eyes firmly fixed on Dublin… Read More

2 months ago

Corry’s Corner: Captain Clifford More Than Ready To Step Up

David Clifford has been named Kerry senior football captain for 2020. His status as East Kerry's only guaranteed starter on… Read More

3 months ago

Corry’s Corner: How Do You Solve A Problem Like Corofin?

It's a case of David versus Goliath this weekend when Corofin and Kilcoo meet in the All-Ireland club football final.… Read More

3 months ago

Corry’s Corner: Aussie Rules’ ‘Wooing’ Is The Least Of The GAA’s Problems

It's not often we get a transfer saga like this in Gaelic games. Cathal McShane looks set for pastures new… Read More

3 months ago

How One Divided Town Is Using Sport To Broker Peace

July is always a very contentious time of year in Northern Ireland with the annual celebrations of 'The Twelfth' more… Read More

3 months ago

Corry’s Corner: ESRI Report A Damning Indictment Of Gaelic Games

The ESRI report into life as an inter-county player is superb, supportive, surefooted and in the end, could be instrumental… Read More

4 months ago

Corry’s Corner: Lowry Or Taylor For The Win But Cluxton Is King

There are only two in the final 10-person shortlist for the RTÉ Sportsperson of the Year award who look like… Read More

4 months ago

Corry’s Corner: If You’re Picking On Form Then John Cooney Must Start

Corry's Corner predicts the starting XV for the 2020 Six Nations opener with one huge call thrown in. ___ With… Read More

4 months ago

Corry’s Corner: After Meeting Mick Bohan It’s Clear The Future Is Bright

Sitting in the presence of Mick Bohan is something everyone should experience once in their lifetime.  A towering presence with… Read More

4 months ago

Corry’s Corner: I Came To Dublin To Escape The Flag Protest

Once obtaining a solid grounding for myself in journalism working with the BBC, like so many other young Irish people,… Read More

5 months ago

Corry’s Corner: Irony Of The Garrison Games Lost As GAA Leads The Way

I try and I try and I try... This column has repeatedly gone down the road of condemning those who… Read More

5 months ago

Corry’s Corner: The GAA & Their Iron Fist Should Feel Shame This Week

Ireland's track record reads like the plot to a 'Carry-On' film when it comes to sporting bodies, such is the… Read More

6 months ago

Corry’s Corner: Fans Should Be Pointing Fingers But McCarthy Isn’t To Blame

The second honeymoon period is well and truly over for Mick McCarthy as Ireland continue to struggle to qualify for… Read More

6 months ago

Corry’s Corner: Less Talk Of Tiers When Provincials Are The Problem

With five Leinster Championships to his name, it's a sorry state of affairs when a legend like Colm O'Rourke is… Read More

6 months ago

Corry’s Corner: Grim Week A Reflection Of Society Rather Than Rugby

We all let ourselves down last week. Ireland's inept performance saw them become the victims of a legitimate giant-killing at… Read More

6 months ago