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# Lovely Hurling
Barrett helps Cork seal U20 Munster title and place in All-Ireland decider
The Rebels defeated Tipperary in this evening’s Munster final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Rebels slip away from top flight with a draw as Akintunde seals point for Derry
Results elsewhere meant Derry were safe from the playoff even in defeat, but they secured an insurance point.
# League of Ireland
Cork City set to vote today on €1 takeover bid by Preston North End owner
The Foras board of management and the club’s administrative staff have both publicly backed a yes vote.
Hoban scores twice in three minutes against struggling Cork City as Dundalk climb from sixth to third
The reigning Premier Division champions took all the spoils from their trip to Turner’s Cross.
# Rebels
O'Rourke hits brace as Cork just hold off Derry in six-goal Páirc Uí Chaoimh clash
A point from their final two games will now be enough for the Leesiders to rubber-stamp promotion.
# Up and Running
Cork pick up first points of season as Byrne goal proves decisive against Finn Harps
City are off the mark after a dramatic night at Turner’s Cross.
Shels mark return to top flight with dramatic late win in Cork
Ciaran Kilduff turned the ball in with four minutes remaining to give Shelbourne a winning start.
# On The Road
Sheehan goal sets Cork on way to success in Leitrim and Tipp finish strong to beat Louth
The Munster duo both won their ties today in Division 3.
# Go West
Goal from Loftus clinches Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final spot for NUIG over CIT
An eight-point win for NUI Galway tonight in Cork.
# pointing the way
Kingston hits 0-7 as UCC book Fitzgibbon quarter-final spot with win over CIT
The holders are through to the last eight.
# Kingdom Come
3 Kerry teams into Munster semi-finals as their dominance continues
St Brendan’s College, Tralee CBS and Pobalscoil Siabh Luachra all progressed in the Corn Uí Mhuirí today.
# constructive talks
Cork County Board appear to weather storm after speculation of strained relations over finances
Chairperson Tracey Kennedy, however, urged delegates not to fool themselves into thinking Cork’s accounts would ‘paint a pretty picture’.
# Goal King
Hurley bags hat-trick as Cork defeat Tipperary to reach McGrath Cup final
The final is pencilled in for 11 January.
# Christmas Cheer
O'Connell goal helps Cork reach Munster league final with win over Waterford
A four-point success for the Rebels at the Fraher Field
# Friday Night Lights
19-point success for Cork as Kingston makes winning return to manager role
Cork saw off Kerry in tonight’s pre-season clash in Mallow.
# Leaving on a jet plane
Cork will be without first-choice goalkeeper for 2020 campaign
Mark White will not be involved as he is heading to America next year.
# In the red
Cork County Board secretary says €550,000 deficit represents 'crisis-point'
Kevin O’Donovan admitted ‘it’s not sustainable to continue with losses indefinitely’.
# Upset
Brendan Maher drives Borris-Ileigh past Ballygunner to first Munster title in 33 years
Reigning provincial champions Ballygunner lost out by a single point.
# 2020 vision
Ireland U17s win again to finish first qualifying phase with 100% record
Colin O’Brien’s side put four goals past Israel this afternoon to secure another convincing win in Cork.
# Pairc Rangers
Nemo cruise into Munster final at expense of Austin Stacks
The Cork champions had 18 points to spare over their Kerry neighbours at Páirc Uí Rinn.
# marching on
St Pat's star bags brace and assist as Ireland progress to next stage of Euro U17 qualifiers
Colin O’Brien’s side wrapped up a 3-1 win over Montenegro in Cork.
# Teenage Kicks
Joy of six for Ireland's young guns as U17s begin Euro qualifiers on a high in Cork
Colin O’Brien’s side were 6-0 winners over Andorra at Turner’s Cross.
# Last Four
Dalton goal crucial as Nemo reach Munster semi-final and St Joseph's win after extra-time
The Cork and Clare champions both triumphed this afternoon.
# rebel rulers
Connolly nets on the double as Nemo claim 21st Cork SFC title
Luke Connolly scored 2-4 on the day as Nemo reigned supreme on Leeside once more.
# Divisional Delight
Dalton and Harnedy goals help Imokilly hold off Glen for Cork three-in-a-row
The East Cork division are on top again after today’s decider.
# Improving
Cork City end on a high at home, as they upset Dundalk
Dáire O’Connor’s goal ensured the Rebel Army picked up the three points.
# The Last Two
Kerrigan hits two goals in Nemo success and Duhallow win by 5 points to set up Cork final clash
It’ll be the first time the pair have met in the final since 1988.
# Mixed Fortunes
Cork City retain top-flight status at UCD's expense amid 5-goal thriller
The Students needed to take something from the game to have a realistic chance of staying up.
# Division Delight
Dalton hits 1-9 to help champions Imokilly get back to Cork senior hurling final
Imokilly saw off St Finbarr’s by six points today.
# The Glen
Horgan lands 0-8 as Glen Rovers reach 4th Cork hurling final in 6 years
The county champions of 2015 and 2016 have reached another decider.
# Back in action
Kieran Kingston on Cork return - 'At the moment, based on results, we’re a mid-table team'
Kingston has returned to the helm of the senior side.
# Rebel Boss
Donal Óg: 'It is in the past, and I am very much focused on the future and Cork hurling'
The All-Ireland winning goalkeeper is back involved in Cork hurling as minor manager.
# Damp squib
Cork closer to safety and Finn Harps leave with precious point after forgettable stalemate
Turner’s Cross hosted the clash, which ended 0-0.
Cork City's struggles continue as Waterford snatch win with two late goals
Maxim Kouogun hit the equaliser in the 82nd minute before Walter Figueira struck the injury-time winner.
# Goal Fest
Four-goal Roscommon edge out Cork to finish Super 8s on a high
Brian Stack bagged two goals for the Rossies.
# Dream Debut
Hale hits injury-time winner as St Pat's heap more woe on Cork City
There was late drama at Turner’s Cross as the visitors snatched all three points.
Rovers lose ground on league leaders Dundalk after frustrating draw at Turner's Cross
Stephen Bradley’s side were held to a 1-1 scoreline by Cork City.
# wednesday night hurling
O'Regan hits 1-6 as Cork take aim at Clare after proving too strong for Limerick
The Rebels advanced through to next week’s Munster U20 hurling championship semi-final.
# kingdom comeback
Kerry complete comeback win over Cork to lift sixth consecutive Munster JFC crown
The Kingdom trailed at the break but turned it around to remain on track for another All-Ireland tilt.
# Winning
Good start to the day for Kerry as minors beat Cork to land 7th Munster crown in succession
The Kingdom U17s ran out three-point winners.