Cork welcomed Wexford to Pairc Uí Chaoimh on last Sunday in their first home game of the Allianz hurling league. Both sides had lost their opener to Kilkenny and Limerick, so a win was of vital importance to both teams.
Midleton CBS are back in the Harty Cup Final, but not before they were given a searching examination by a De La Salle team that looked to be heading for victory as they led by a point 0-12 to 0-11 with 62 of the allotted 64 minutes played.
Russell Rovers GAA management, players, supporters and sponsors celebrated in style at a lavish banquet at the Garryvoe Hotel last Friday night.
Garryvoe Hotel was the place to be on Saturday evening last for Fr. O’Neill’s GAA folk who turned out in force to celebrate the club’s outstanding County Premier U21 Hurling Final success.
John Meyler named a strong Cork side for the trip to Nolan Park on Sunday to take on Kilkenny
As a Karate Sensei, it’s hard to believe that anyone could sneak up on Neil Sargent. And yet, on Monday, January 21st, that’s just what happened