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Breaking: GAA Release Statement Reaffirming Páirc Uí Chaoimh Stance

Cork Premier Intermediate Hurling Club Championship, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Cork 19/7/2017 Blarney vs Valley Rovers A general view of Pairc Ui Chaoimh during the match Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry

The GAA have released a statement following the news earlier in the week that they had made Páirc Ui Chaoimh unavailable for Liam Miller’s testimonial in September. The statement outlines that the GAA cannot host games outside of the control of their association without a change at the Annual Congress which does not take place until February. It also mentions how …

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Waterford Nearing Decision As Betting Suspended On Cork Coach

Paddy Power have suspended betting on the next Waterford hurling manager following an influx of bets on former Cork coach Pat Ryan. The betting website outlined that most of the bets had come from the Waterford area and that they had to reduce Ryan’s odds for the job from 16/1 to 5/1 over the last few days before eventually suspending …

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Sports Law Expert Contradicts GAA’s Páirc Uí Chaoimh Claims

Professor and Director of Sports Law at Melbourne University Jack Anderson has outlined that there may be no need to wait for the GAA Congress’ permission to hold Liam Miller’s testimonial at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Anderson outlined in a tweet that s5 1(A) of the GAA guide could give the Central Council discretion to sanction the use of Páirc Uí Chaoimh “for purpose …

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The Forecast: Ireland’s World Cup Quest, The Open And Super 8s Take Centre Stage

With another jam-packed weekend of sport just around the corner, the Open, the Super 8s and Ireland’s Sevens World Cup take centre stage. Here, we provide you with everything you need to know about what’s on this weekend, in association with RNLI.  Friday:  What?  The Open When? All day. Where? Carnoustie Scotland Where to Watch? Sky Sports What?  Sevens Rugby …

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O’Connor: “Basic Lifestyle Standards Missing From Certain Cork Players”

Recently retired Cork footballer Donncha O’Connor has identified the key areas in which he believes the county needs to improve. Speaking to The42.ie O’Connor talked about how the standard of the senior footballers “isn’t up to scratch” and outlined a number of reasons why he believes this is the case, starting with the large turnover in the Rebels backroom staff. …

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All-Star Hurling Team Of The Year If It Was Picked Today

The restructuring of the provincial championships has led to some incredible games and even better performances and the 2018 team of the year will be one of the most competitive yet. We had a go at picking the team based on current form and it has led to some massive casualties.  1 Eoin Murphy (Kilkenny) No explanation needed. Murphy has been …

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