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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Cork GAA

This week
26th March 2023 - 28th March 2023
# top cats
Kilkenny see off Cork to set up Division 1 final with Limerick
Kilkenny will face Limerick in a repeat of the All-Ireland final.
# top cats
Kilkenny see off Cork to set up Division 1 final with Limerick
Kilkenny will face Limerick in a repeat of the All-Ireland final.
Last week
19th March 2023 - 25th March 2023
# Team by team
Final Four: How are the Allianz Hurling League semi-finalists shaping up?
Who has played the most? Who has scored the most? And who has learned the most from the league group stage?
This month
March 2023
# Rebel Roar
Three-goal Cork overcome Clare with strong second-half display
The visitors trailed by one point at half-time but marched to victory after the restart.
Last month
February 2023
# Rising Stars
Six players to watch as UCC meet UL in the Sigerson Cup final
A goal-poacher turned goalkeeper from Cork and a free-scoring Leitrim midfielder are among those who could shine in Wednesday’s Sigerson Cup final.
# Hurling
Cork reaffirm credentials by notching up 4-24 to overpower Galway
The Rebels struck 2-3 without reply in six minutes after the break while defender Oisin Salmon was also sent off.
# Talking Points
Lyng v Cahill tactics, Limerick's returning stars, and Fitzgibbon Cup headaches
Three talking points ahead of the weekend’s Allianz Hurling League action.
# And The Team Is...
Four debutants in Cork team named to face All-Ireland champions Limerick
The sides will meet in their Allianz hurling league opener on Saturday evening.
January 2023
# Talking Points
Dublin and Derry favourites, Cork's next step and aim for new managers
The second tier action commences tomorrow.
# Winner winner
Cork complete pre-season with perfect sweep to clinch McGrath Cup
The Rebels defeated Limerick by six points to win their first McGrath Cup since 2018.
'A friend to all' - Tributes paid following death of sports broadcaster Paudie Palmer
The Kerry native passed away this weekend following an alleged hit-and-run.
# high expectations
A football recruit for Cork, new faces in squad, and the All-Ireland title drought
Pat Ryan is not minded to ask the Cork public for patience. Like them, he demands success.
# Team news
O'Driscoll handed first Cork football start since 2018 in McGrath Cup opener
John Cleary’s side take on Kerry in Páirc Uí Rinn tomorrow evening.
Last year
# Damien Cahalane
‘Patrick Horgan will play hurling for Cork as long as he wants to play hurling for Cork’
As Cork embark on another campaign to end their All-Ireland drought, Damien Cahalane says he wouldn’t swap his three Munster medals for anything.
# nextgen
O'Connor set to be new Cork U20 hurling boss as part of high-profile management team
The Rebel County’s executive will propose the Newtownshandrum man for ratification as their U-20 hurling manager next week.
Defending Cork champions crash out as quarter-final line-up takes shape
Midleton are out in the group stages after losing their final group game to Kanturk.
# if the shoe fitz
'They wanted to get going 2 or 3 weeks after the All-Ireland. There was a bite in them'
‘Davy has said that the camogie players train harder than some of the teams he has had experience with,’ reveals Cork boss Matthew Twomey.
# Cork GAA
Keith Ricken steps down as Cork football manager with John Cleary set to take over
Cork GAA confirmed the news in a statement on Friday afternoon.
# Ban
Cork appeal Thompson's two-match suspension ahead of All-Ireland semi-final
Manager Matthew Twomey admits it ‘doesn’t look good’, however.
# Calling Time
Kieran Kingston steps down as Cork senior hurling manager
‘Looking across the past decade, one has to recognise the indelible mark that Kieran has left on our senior hurling team.’
# life lessons
Marking Joe Canning, dual player workload and what you learn from county minor
Eoin Cadogan and Niall Horgan chat about playing football and hurling for the Cork minors.
# The42 GAA Weekly
Nash: 'People say 'they will get a hammering.' Kerry have their eyes wide open to that'
After making three Joe McDonagh Cup finals in a row, has the time come for Kerry to join the Munster championship?
# Hurling
Cork eventually overpower spirited Antrim to advance
Cork trailed by a point after a lacklustre first half, but improved in the second period.
# All-Ireland qualifiers
Chris Kelly handed championship debut as Cork name team to face Louth
The crucial qualifier game throws in at 2pm in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# End of an era
Down stalwart and 2010 All-Star nominee announces inter-county retirement
The Burren clubman was playing in the 2010 All-Ireland final against Cork.
# rulers
Finn notches 1-3 as Cork retain Munster title in Killarney
A five-point victory for the Leesiders against Kerry.
# 5 great reads
Cork make it up as they go and a football genius; our favourite sportswriting this week
Applause for Jake Daniels and more superb writing…
# expert view
Analysis: Cork's made defensive changes and outsourced their issue
Sean Flynn looks at how Cork have reacted to last year’s All-Ireland final and the unintended consequences.
# Munster SFC
Two championship debutants for Cork while Kerry swap two for Páirc Uí Rinn trip
John Cooper and Rory Maguire will make their championship bows for The Rebels, while Seán O’Shea returns to captain The Kingdom.
# statement
Kerry agree to play Munster semi-final against Cork in Páirc Uí Rinn
The final-four clash will take place on 7 May.
# much-anticipated clash
Cork make five changes for Galway clash
Jack O’Connor and Alan Cahalane will make their first starts this season at 7pm in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# even stevens
Clare come from behind to seal draw in Cork's backyard
Cork and Clare shared the spoils in Division 2 this evening.
# Off the Mark
Kingston on fire as Cork begin league with impressive nine-point win over Clare
The Rebels enjoyed a strong scoring blitz either side of half-time as they stormed to victory.
# Champions
Kilkenny's Mooncoin edge Ballygiblin of Cork in gripping All-Ireland junior hurling final
Mooncoin crowned All-Ireland champions after one-point victory in Croke Park.
# Sheerangate
'You can't lose a home game for a concert. It just looks terrible'
Anthony Nash believes Cork should never lose a home game because of a concert.
All time
# An Máistir
‘Farewell to The Master’: TG4 documentary tells the extraordinary story of a Cork GAA legend
Éamonn Ryan’s family and former players share their personal recollections in the new film, which airs tonight.
# The master
'I'm still learning': The great man behind the bainisteoir bib
A documentary about the life Cork legend Éamonn Ryan will be shown on TG4 tomorrow night.
# Dual star
Cork's Eoin Cadogan announces retirement from inter-county hurling
The Douglas man won an All-Ireland football title in 2010.
# Clutch
Captain Collins with injury-time winner as Cork down All-Ireland champions Kilkenny to reach final
Cork will meet Galway in the showpiece.
# Anseo
'At the end of the day it’s a hobby and you’re playing camogie because you love it'
School teacher Linda Collins will lead Cork out against Kilkenny at Croke Park in the All-Ireland senior camogie championship semi-finals tomorrow.