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All-Ireland champions Dublin won’t have a single player involved in next month’s International Rules series, a first for the hybrid competition.
After an exciting county final, Mourneabbey are once again Cork champions. They secured their fourth consecutive title earlier this month with a victory over St Val’s in front of a full stadium at Cork IT. They now go on to represent Cork in the Munster championship and bid to secure an All-Ireland title which has so far eluded them,
County chairman Tim Murphy insists that the two-year extension to Éamonn Fitzmaurice’s tenure as county senior football manager was “the best outcome for Kerry”.
New Cork senior hurling coach John Meyler has described taking over the Rebel hurlers as the “pinnacle” of his career, adding there’s a far higher level of expectation on Leeside facing into 2018.
Kerry will hope to stretch their unbeaten record in Munster under Éamonn Fitzmaurice to 13 games when they face Clare or Limerick in a provincial semi-final next May.
Criticism of the Irish Rugby Football Union continues to mount following a decision to downgrade the position of head coach for the national women’s team as advertised on a part time/casual basis and for just six months.
‘Dream comes true for Imokilly’ read the headline in The Examiner on Monday morning, October 6, 1997.
Olivier Giroud scored a stunning winner as a much-changed Arsenal side saw off 10-man Red Star Belgrade in their Europa League clash last night.