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Monday 6 February 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Cork SFC

Last year
2022
# Cork SFC
Barrs straight through to Cork SFC semis as quarter-final line-up confirmed
St Finbarr’s earned a quarter-final bye with a nine-point win over Carbery Rangers.
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# Round-Up
Dublin finalists get off to winning start while Kilmacud put six goals past Raheny
There was plenty of club football championship around the country on Saturday.
# rebel rulers
Connolly nets on the double as Nemo claim 21st Cork SFC title
Luke Connolly scored 2-4 on the day as Nemo reigned supreme on Leeside once more.
# second replay
Duhallow edge closer to first Cork senior crown since 1991 after epic semi-final trilogy
The North Cork region prevailed in what was the third installment between these two teams.
# New Season
2016 champions Carbery Rangers and 2014 winners Ballincollig enjoy Cork SFC opening round wins
Nemo Rangers began the defence of their county title with a win on Saturday.
# Cork GAA
Here are the 2018 Cork senior football and hurling championship draws
The draw took place on Sunday evening at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# Top Of The Tree
Nemo Rangers secure 20th Cork senior title after Finbarr’s fightback in replay
Nemo looked to be crusing to victory before St Finbarr’s rallied to make it a tense finish in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# dethroned
Cork senior football champions crash out as repeat of 2010 decider beckons
St Finbarr’s go in search of a first county title since 1985 against Nemo Rangers in the final.
# Five-Star
Tomás Ó Sé and Nemo Rangers are into another Cork senior county final
Cork squad member Luke Connolly bagged 3-3 for the victors.
# Cork SFC
Here's the draw for the Cork Senior Football Championship quarters and semis
There’s a west Cork derby amongst some tasty ties.
# club call
James O'Donoghue leads Legion past Paul Geaney's Dingle, while Gooch and Dr Crokes also advance
In the Cork SFC, reigning champions Carbery Rangers had an easy win.
# goals win games
Clinical Bishopstown catch 2014 Cork champions Ballincollig off guard in first round of SFC
Elsewhere, there were wins for Castlehaven, Douglas, Muskerry and St Finbarr’s tonight.
# the toughest
Legendary Kerry star books a place in this year's Cork football final
Tomás Ó Sé and Nemo Rangers are through to the Cork SFC decider.
# GAA
Nemo, Castlehaven and O'Donovan Rossa advance in Cork senior football clashes
Meanwhile Erins Own booked a place in the Cork senior hurling semi-finals.
# Round-Up
Coughlan and Cadogan star as Cork hurling and football championships continue
We now know which teams will contest the quarter-finals.
# Cork SFC
The Cork county champions survived a tough test in their first defence of their title
Ballincollig had just enough to get past St Finbarr’s.
# end of drought
Snapshot: Great day for John Miskella and Paddy Kelly as Ballincollig win their first ever Cork SFC
Paddy Kelly won the title with his two brothers, Brian and John.
# Comeback
Ballincollig win first Cork SFC title after dogged performance
Twice Ballincollig trailed by large margins before fighting back to win.
# Battling Back
Paudie Hurley: 'It was fairly scary thinking about what might have been'
Eight months ago Castlehaven goalkeeper Paudie Hurley was told by doctors to stop playing Gaelic football after clots were discovered in his lungs. Yet next Sunday he will line out in a AIB Munster club semi-final.
# winners
Castlehaven crowned Cork champions
The West Cork club are celebrating the return of the Andy Scannell Cup after a nine-year absence.
# GAA
Here are all the results from yesterday's GAA club action
With one final, three semi-finals and four quarter-finals, it was a busy day of GAA action up and down the country yesterday.
# Review
Here are all the results from yesterday's GAA club action
Several games took place on Saturday, and there was excitement and last-minute drama in abundance.
# Grassroots
Club GAA round-up from Munster
There were key football games in Clare, Cork and Tipperary over the weekend while the semi-finalists are known in the Kerry SFC and the final stage has been reached in the Waterford SHC.