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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# leesiders

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# promising talent
Cork City sign Celtic youngster Coffey on loan
The Ireland underage international joins the Leesiders until the end of the season.
# One for the future
Son of Olympians Rob and Marian Heffernan signs first professional contract at Cork City
The Ireland U16 international has put pen-to-paper with his hometown club.
# big job on
Cork City name former Irish international and club legend as new head coach
Colin Healy will lead the Leesiders in the First Division next season.
# Benno
'You took a country boy from Ballinora and showed him the world' - Cork City legend Bennett retires
The 39-year-old defender won two Premier Division titles and two FAI Cup with his hometown club.
# leesiders
'It's a second home to me' - Cork City bring in O'Connor following release from Preston
The 25-year-old defender was most recently on loan at Waterford.
# leesiders
Cork City put Turner's Cross naming rights up for sale
The SSE Airtricity League club is offering a number of commercial opportunities.
# Homeward Bound
Cork City announce Coleman signing as departures confirmed
Neale Fenn has made his first acquisition since taking over, while Eoghan Stokes and Joel Coustrain have left the club.
Dublin v Cork, Ladies All-Ireland football final
We went minute-by-minute as the reigning champions took on the standard-setting Rebels..
# Interview
'I had a text on my phone from John Caulfield and that was it really. I didn’t take much convincing'
Cork City assistant manager John Cotter talks his playing days, falling into coaching at Avondale United and success with the Leesiders.
# sticking around
'There's no way that I could leave' - Beattie opts against US move to sign on with Cork City
The versatile Dubliner has pledged his future to the double-winners for 2018.
# Spot kicks
Cork City claim a first-ever double after penalty drama in the FAI Cup final
The game had ended 1-1 after extra-time at the Aviva Stadium.
# Good Times
McCormack strike ensures champions Cork sign off with a win
City never really looked like being denied the three points this evening.
# good news
Boost for Cork City as Delaney extends his stay with league leaders
The Burton Albion defender’s loan spell will now run until the end of the current SSE Airtricity League season.
# Anchorman
The League of Ireland's very own 'N'Golo Kanté' thriving in Cork City's midfield
Conor McCormack has been a vital component in John Caulfield’s team this season.
# leesiders
Sheppard's knack for goalscoring sees Cork make it 3 wins on the trot
The in-form striker found the back of the net on 22 minutes at Jackman Park.
# leesiders
Goals from Morrissey and Dennehy see Rebels spoil Hutton's first game in charge
There was no honeymoon period for the new Derry City manager at Turner’s Cross as Cork won out 2-0.