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Wednesday 8 February 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# O'Donovan Rossa

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# O'Donovan Rossa
'Never. Couldn’t watch it' - Trying to force Belfast hurling back up the hill
O’Donovan Rossa contest their first county senior hurling final since 2004 today.
# O'Donovan Rossa
Glasnevin Cemetery to "review" omission of Irish language from famous Pádraig Pearse speech
Pearse’s oration at O’Donovan Rossa is an iconic part of Irish history.
# history revisited
'The pictures tell a thousand words. Looking at them, it feels like being there'
Cork star Brian Hurley was two when Castlehaven won a famous county final in 1994 – but he’s learned plenty about that game since.
# Neighbours
'Walking into Páirc Uí Chaoimh, everybody was either family, cousins or neighbours'
Cork legend Niall Cahalane has fond memories of the classic 1994 Cork SFC final between neighbours Castlehaven and O’Donovan Rossa.
# Easter Rising
Poll: Should we remember British state forces in 1916 commemorations?
Debate continues over the various events.
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.
# Easter Rising
Funeral of 'iconic' O'Donovan Rossa's remembered 100 years on
There was a re-enactment of Pádraig Pearse’s graveside oration.
# multiple pearsings
The government, Sinn Féin and the battle for 2016 ... It starts today
Sinn Féin are insisting their massive O’Donovan Rossa event today is not a ‘rival’ to the official one. But it sure looks like they’re competing.
# victorious
All-Ireland club hurling titles went to Kilkenny and Antrim at Croke Park today
The intermediate and junior deciders took place today in Croke Park.
# Padraig Pearse
"But the fools, the fools, the fools!" - Pearse funeral oration re-enacted at Glasnevin
Pádraig Pearse speech at O’Donovan Rossa’s graveside ended: “Ireland unfree shall never be at peace.”