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Another Frontrunner For The Cork Job Has Ruled Himself Out

Cork Senior Hurling Championship Final, Pairc Ui Rinn, Cork 11/10/2015 Glen Rovers vs Sarsfields Sarsfields manager Pat Ryan

After Diarmuid O’Sullivan ruled him self out of contention for the vacant Cork senior hurlers’ managerial post, another frontrunner has now also taken his name off the table. Pat Ryan, who like O’Sullivan was a member of Kingston’s backroom staff, has told the Evening Echo that he will not be putting himself forward for the position that the previous manager …

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Lee Keegan Has Been Ruled Out Of Ireland’s International Rules Squad For Upcoming Series

Unfortunately for the Irish international rules team, Lee Keegan will miss out on the upcoming series in Australia. Ireland manager Joe Kernan has confirmed that the Mayo star has picked up an injury which will rule him out of the 2017 edition of the cross-over Test matches. Speaking at a press conference in the Australian embassy earlier today, Kernan stated …

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All-Ireland Champions Limerick Dominate Shortlist For U-21 Hurling Team Of The Year

After beating Tipperary, Clare, Cork, Galway and Kilkenny, it is no surprise that the u-21 hurling Team of the Year nominations are dominated by All-Ireland champions, Limerick. Pat Donnelly’s side have 13 players named in the 45-man shortlist. First reported by the Limerick Leader, there have also been a five-player shortlist for Player of the Year. This too is dominated …

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Report: Frank Murphy To Leave Role In Cork County Board

Allianz Football League Division 1, Pairc Ui Rinn, Cork 13/3/2016 Cork vs Monaghan Cork County Board secretary Frank Murphy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

After 45 years in his role as secretary, Frank Murphy is to leave the Cork county board, according to reports. One of the best-known administrators in the game, Murphy was a leading figure in the re-development of Pairc Ui Chaoimh, but it appears his time is up. Secretary since 1972, the Irish Examiner is reporting that the county board is …

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Cork Legend Rules Himself Out Of Running For Managerial Role

Over the weekend, Cork hurling was dealt a blow when Kieran Kingston announced he would not be seeking re-appointment for the 2018 season. After bringing the Rebels to the All-Ireland semi-final, and with some underage successes to back up the squad, the future looks bright Lee-side, but Kingston, citing work commitments, decided to step away from the job. One of …

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Lee Keegan And Eoghan O’Gara In The Clear After All-Ireland Final Incidents

Mayo's Lee Keegan has been cleared of any official wrongdoing after an incident in the All-Ireland football final.

Mayo’s Lee Keegan has been cleared of any official wrongdoing after an incident in the All-Ireland football final. According to the Irish Independent on Tuesday morning, the GAA’s Central Competition Controls Committee found that footage appearing to show Keegan throwing his GPS device in the direction of Dublin’s Dean Rock, it was not conclusive enough to warrant a charge being …

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