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Here are the 2018 Cork senior football and hurling championship draws

The draw took place on Sunday evening at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

THE DRAWS FOR next year’s Cork senior county championship took place on Sunday evening at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, throwing up a number of intriguing encounters.

Aidan O’Reilly lifts the trophy Nemo Rangers' Aidan O’Reilly. Source: Oisin Keniry/INPHO

Reigning football kingpins Nemo Rangers, who recently claimed the Munster title and will take on Derry’s Slaughtneil at the All-Ireland semi-final stage in February, will meet Clyda Rovers. St Finbarr’s, beaten finalists in October, will square off against Carrigaline.

Last year’s football title winners Carbery Rangers go up against Clonakilty in a West Cork derby.

In hurling Muskerry will go up against holders Imokilly, with 2017 runners-up Blackrock playing Carrigtwohill. Last year’s champions Glen Rovers have been paired with Ballymartle.

The draws in full are:

Senior Football Championship (Div/Cols)
Round 1

(A) CIT v Muskerry
(B) Carbery v UCC
(C) Seandun v Duhallow
(D) Avondhu v Beara

Round 2 (Winners)

A v D
C v B

Senior Football Championship (Clubs)
Preliminary Round

Valley Rovers v Mallow

Round 1

(A) St Finbarr’s v Carrigaline
(B) Dohenys v Castlehaven
(C) Newcestown v Preliminary Winners
(D) Kiskeam v St Nicks
(E) Carbery Rangers v Clonakilty
(F) Nemo Rangers v Clyda Rovers
(G) Bishopstown v Douglas
(H) O’Donovan Rossaa v Aghada
(I) Ilen Rovers v Ballincollig


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Round 2

Preliminary Losers v D
G v B
F v H
A v I
E v C

Senior Hurling Championship (Divs/Cols)
Round 1

(A) UCC v Carrigdhoun
(B) CIT v Carbery
(C) Imokilly v Muskerry
(D) Duhallow v Avondhu

Round 2

A v D
B v C

Senior Hurling Championship (Clubs)
Round 1

(A) Killeagh v Douglas
(B) Midleton v Bishopstown
(C) Sarsfields v Ballyhea
(D) Erins Own v Bride Rovers
(E) Carrigtwohill v Blackrock
(F) Ballymartle v Glen Rovers
(G) Na Piarsaigh v Bandon
(H) Newtownshandrum v Kanturk
(I) Newcestown v St Finbarr’s

Round 2

F v C
D v G
H v B
A v I
Losers E a bye

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