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Mourneabbey End All-Ireland Heartbreak With Victory Over Fox-Cab

Mourneabbey 1-13 Foxrock-Cabinteely 1-7 _____ Driven on by the heartbreak of final defeats in three out of the past four seasons, Mourneabbey were finally crowned All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football champions with an emphatic triumph over Foxrock-Cabinteely at Parnell Park. The Cork outfit came up short in the 2014, 2015 and 2017 deciders, but with Doireann O’Sullivan (0-6) in outstanding form …

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Amy Ring: You Lose So That Better Days Will Come

Amy Ring

A recent move out of home may have denied Foxrock/Cabinteely captain Amy Ring the chance of in-depth footballing discussions her father and team manager Pat, but she’s not getting to vent with her new housemates either. Ring and her Foxrock-Cabinteely team-mates are on the march towards their first ever Ladies football senior club title, with Cork champions Mourneabbey awaiting in Saturday’s All-Ireland final, but …

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Mourneabbey’s Shane Ronayne: Elusive All-Ireland Would Be “Holy Grail”

Shane Ronayne is in his sixth year as manager of Cork side Mourneabbey, and after All-Ireland defeats in 2014, ’15 and ’17, he’s had enough of being second best. Last year the Cork and Munster champions defeated Saturday’s opponents, Foxrock-Cabinteely, in the tightest semi-final imaginable, but there was no stopping Carnacon in the final and Mourneabbey’s wait for a maiden …

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Mourneabbey Skipper O’Sullivan Leading Six Students Into Battle

Bríd O’Sullivan may decide to ease off on the homework next week if Mourneabbey make it through to another All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football Final. That’s because captain O’Sullivan teaches six of her club-mates at St Mary’s Secondary School in Mallow! Aisling Cronin, Kate O’Brien, Ciara O’Callaghan, Ciara Lawlee, Eva Langford and Anna Ryan are all members of the Mourneabbey …

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Five Huge Club Games We Are Looking Forward To This Weekend

As the evenings are drawing in and games to go to are few and far between, the GAA calendar is looking pretty bare as we approach Christmas. Nonetheless, there are still a number of must-see clashes to look forward to with county, provincial and All-Ireland titles are on the line. Here are our pick of the best matches taking place …

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