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The Ultimate Cork Vs Waterford Hurling Championship Quiz

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Cork and Waterford face off in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship semi-final this Sunday, as the neighbouring counties continue their fierce rivalry. As we look ahead to Croker, so many memories of recent years spring to mind, in epic clashes between the two sides. But how much do you remember? Test your knowledge here… _____ Make sure to check out the …

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Premiership: Three Signings That Could Happen In January

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 26: Finn Russell of Glasgow kicks a conversion during the Guinness Pro 12 match between Edinburgh Rugby and Glasgow Warriors at Murrayfield Stadium on December 26, 2016 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

We have already seen three very big Premiership transfers at this early stage in January. Saracens secured a move for Liam Williams, Sam Underhill has joined Bath and, most recently, Matt Kvesic has secured a move to Exeter. Here are three more moves we could see materialise over the coming weeks. ________ Finn Russell (Glasgow to Bath) The Scotland fly-half, …

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Twitter Reacts To Tipperary’s Historic Win Over Cork

Tipperary claimed their first senior football championship win over Cork since 1944. Although Tipperary have invested heavily in establishing themselves as a footballing force in recent years, few would have given them a chance against Cork this afternoon. Nevertheless, history was made this afternoon, after Kevin O’Halloran kicked two late points, one from a 45 and another from a free,  to …

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Watch: Ten Of Rugby’s Greatest Try Celebrations

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Professional rugby has embraced many things from other sports, but there is a growing tend amongst players to pre-plan celebrations and come up with something special to add the icing on to the cake of a particularly wonderful try. Here we look at some of the best and most unusual. For the most part we’ve ignored some of the more …

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A Rebel-Ution Is Needed In Cork Hurling

Anthony Nash Cork

A passionate Cork hurling fan laments the Rebels’ demise, and ponders where to now for Kieran Kingston’s team. “There’s something rotten in the state of Denmark” , to borrow a phrase from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The same can be said about the state of Cork hurling after Saturday’s lame performance. Like a Shakepearean tragedy played out in the amphitheatre of Croke …

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10 Signs You’re A Cork Hurling Fan Through And Through

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Whether you’re from the ‘Barrs’, the ‘Rockies’, or indeed anywhere else in the county of Cork, nothing unites the ‘Real Capital’ more than the senior hurlers. With Cork hurling in a dreadful way, it might be time for a bit of nostalgia to lighten the mood. Here are ten signs that you’re a true Cork hurling fan. 1) You still …

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Five Uncapped Players To Watch Out For In 2016

Everyone dreams of being the next big thing. The man who takes the world by storm and shoots from the shadows into the limelight. In 2015, a number of stellar tyros, including Waisake Naholo and Jessie Kriel made the step up from Super Rugby supremoes to international level. The undoubted international newcomer of the year, however, was Hurricanes star Nehe …

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Shamrock Rovers Hammer Poor Cork City

Shamrock Rovers hammered a lacklustre Cork side as goals from man of the match Gavin Brennan, Danny North and Brandon Miele gave Rovers a comfortable victory at Tallaght Stadium, where former Irish international Damien Duff made his debut for the Hoops. Having named an unchanged side from their victory over Longford on Friday, Rovers produced their best performance of the …

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