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22-06-2019, 20:55   #2941
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In the first half. the ref had a hand up for advantage for Cork and the Cork player went in on goal and hit it wide as his jersey was pulled but he just gave the free from the earlier foul. Then in the second we actually hit it into the net after he didn't allow enough advantage. Feel like we were so close to getting a good result!! That's why its a hard one to take yet its great to see us competitive and playing good football in parts.

If we now just work on the poorer areas we might actually be going somewhere! Seems like we are going in the right direction at least.
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22-06-2019, 20:58   #2942
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I don't like moral victories. But this was a game we left after us. We havent beaten Kerry since 2012. So gutted we were close maybe lacked a bit of composure with some of our shot selections in front of the posts and the ref didn't help matters at all. Nice to see Cork playing competitive football again its been too long a miss. Hopefully we can make the super 8s.
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22-06-2019, 21:05   #2943
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When has he ever played a good game for Cork?

Maybe today??!!!


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Ladies Football U14 All Ireland Platnum winners today v Galway, 7-15 v 2-04

A few stars of the future no doubt.

The U14, U16, U18, and Seniors have now won Munster Championships, the seniors have also won the NFL Div 1. The U16s & U18s have yet to play All Ireland Semi Finals and the U21 are in Munster Final. There seems to be a load of talent on the conveyor belt in Cork Ladies Football
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22-06-2019, 21:19   #2944
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A glorious performances compared to 12 months ago which was as depressing as I've ever been in PUC. Yet it was still rancid at times tonight.
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22-06-2019, 21:20   #2945
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Ruairi Deane is a super player. Great performance by him today.
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22-06-2019, 22:33   #2946
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Maybe today??!!!

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Playee well tbf, not outstanding but was decent

Cork put at least pride in the Jersey again. Happy to have been proven wrong to least some degree.

We win lot of 50/50 compared to sweet nothing last year.

Ref was poor. Not trying blame him but he gave at least 4 bad decisions against us
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[QUOTE=The White Feather;110502888]Maybe today??!!!





The U14, U16, U18, and Seniors have now won Munster Championships, the seniors have also won the NFL Div 1. The U16s & U18s have yet to play All Ireland Semi Finals and the U21 are in Munster Final. There seems to be a load of talent on the conveyor belt in Cork Ladies Football/QUOTE]

There really is. The established ladies clubs are thriving while newish clubs like Glamire ladies, winning the all Ireland junior club last year, have serious numbers at underage coming through.
The future looks good.
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22-06-2019, 22:45   #2948
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I don't like moral victories. But this was a game we left after us. We havent beaten Kerry since 2012. So gutted we were close maybe lacked a bit of composure with some of our shot selections in front of the posts and the ref didn't help matters at all. Nice to see Cork playing competitive football again its been too long a miss. Hopefully we can make the super 8s.
When you look around at whats there Cork are as good as any of them that are mentioned as last 8 bar Dublin Donegal and those shower back the road. Its important that they dont rest on a moral victory now but kick on through the qualifiers with aim of getting to a semi final at least.
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There really is. The established ladies clubs are thriving while newish clubs like Glamire ladies, winning the all Ireland junior club last year, have serious numbers at underage coming through.
The future looks good.

The Camogie players won today too and deserve a mention


All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Group 2

Cork 2-20 Tipperary 1-08


All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship Group 1

Kildare 1-06 Cork 1-22
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Fine win against Tip, forgot to check the score earlier. Noticed that Briege was starting in midfield and O'Callaghan was starting g centre back instead of Gemma. Tip had 5 points after around 10 minutes, but were only allowed to score 1-03 for the rest of the game.
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When you look around at whats there Cork are as good as any of them that are mentioned as last 8 bar Dublin Donegal and those shower back the road. Its important that they dont rest on a moral victory now but kick on through the qualifiers with aim of getting to a semi final at least.
People were worried when Cork went to division 3 because when they get things right they are good enough for division 1. They trashed Limerick and were as good as Kerry yesterday eventhough it could be argued Kerry were below par but still they knew they still had to beat Cork and made hard work of it.
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He was certainly more favourable to Kerry, the free against Cork for a slow kickout could easily have been another against Kerry but wasn't given. Small things can make a big difference.
Examiner said free count was 27-11 in favour of Kerry. Any time we got close he seemed to give them a soft free to get them back on track. Showed his intent straight from the throw in with 2 fifty fifty decisions going Kerry's way to settle them down. Gave one penalty but missed 2 others when hurley and Collins were taken down. When the munster championship is dying from it being so one sided, why do the GAA send these clowns down to tilt the game Kerry's way?
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Examiner said free count was 27-11 in favour of Kerry. Any time we got close he seemed to give them a soft free to get them back on track. Showed his intent straight from the throw in with 2 fifty fifty decisions going Kerry's way to settle them down. Gave one penalty but missed 2 others when hurley and Collins were taken down. When the munster championship is dying from it being so one sided, why do the GAA send these clowns down to tilt the game Kerry's way?
Noticed in the hurling as well as the football, all these referees are coming from so-called ‘weaker counties’. O’Dwyer from Carlow reffing the hurling and the fella last night from Wicklow. The standard’s just not there.
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Just seen the highlights from last night on RTE. I'd say we could be Super 8s bound with a friendly qualifier draw. I'd take Tyrone, Westmeath, even Mayo honestly.

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25-06-2019, 22:12   #2955
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The Cork Junior Football Team to play Kerry on Wednesday in the Munster Final has been announced.


1. Chris Kelly Eire Og
2. Padraig Clancy Fermoy
3. Peter Murphy Bandon
4. Gavin McCarthy St Vincents
5. Kevin Cremin Boherbue
6. John Mullins (Capt.) Eire Og
7. Ger O'Callaghan Gabriel Rangers
8. Brian T O'Sullivan Garnish
9. Paul Walsh Kanturk
10. Fintan O'Connor Knocknagree
11. Anthony O'Connor Knocknagree
12. Shane Aherne Fermoy
13. Gary Murphy Castletownbere
14. Seamus Hickey Rockchapel
15. Eoin O'Shea Eire Og
16. Patrick Doyle Knocknagree
17. Eamonn O'Callaghan Rockchapel
18. Sean Howard Dromtariffe
19. Liam Wall Kilmurry
20. Tadgh Corkery Cill na Martra
21. Sean T O'Sullivan Garnish
22. Gerry Kelleher St Vincents
23. Michael Desmond Cill na Martra
24. Eddie Goggin Gabriel Rangers
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