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# Paul Kerrigan

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'It is weird' - A county final win 10 months after semi-final and 6 days before new season starts
Paul Kerrigan and his Nemo team-mates tasted success in the long-delayed Cork senior final yesterday.
All-Ireland winner Kerrigan retires after 13 seasons with Cork
Paul Kerrigan made his Cork debut in 2008 and was one of the last playing non-Dublin All-Ireland winners.
Cork's comeback - 'There's been some defeats have been horrific, you'd struggle to look in the mirror after'
Paul Kerrigan reflects on Cork’s sensational win over Kerry yesterday.
A day of milestones - 5th Munster title in 100th game and reaching 300-point scoring mark
Paul Kerrigan savoured Nemo Rangers latest Munster club final victory.
'It probably took me two years to get over that'
The 2015 Munster final is still fresh on the minds of Nemo Rangers and Clonmel Commercials ahead of this weekend’s rematch.
O'Driscoll opts out for Cork and mixed injury news before Munster semi-final
The Munster football clash on 26 May is likely to come too soon for Paul Kerrigan and Sean Powter.
'They didn't think it was cruciate but they weren't too sure what it was'
Nemo Rangers Paul Kerrigan is gearing up for Saturday’s battle with Slaughtneil.
'It put it into huge perspective' - freak injury to defender spurring Nemo on in Munster bid
Paul Kerrigan on Nemo’s motivation after Cian McWhinney’s injury.
'They're under a bit of pressure. Time is probably running out for a lot of their fellas'
Cork captain Paul Kerrigan believes it’s the time is right to draw Mayo in the Championshiip.
Cork's football captain takes centre stage - 'He’s got that fire about him'
Paul Kerrigan’s role has grown more important for Cork in recent seasons.
'Kerry have a monopoly on sportswriting and the telly' - Paul Kerrigan looks forward to Kingdom showdown
The Rebels managed to book their place in the provincial decider on Saturday.
Cork boss delight for players after 'awful battering' and a call for club game changes
Peadar Healy and his players booked a Munster final place.
O'Neill and Kerrigan shine in attack as Cork footballers claim vital win away to Derry
Danny Tallon hit two goals for the home side in Celtic Park.
Hectic weekend - Cork captaincy and coaching Munster schools semi-finalists
Paul Kerrigan is combining Gaelic football roles.
Cork captain sees Chríost Rí team win Corn Uí Mhuirí derby and reach semi-final against Tralee CBS
Victory for Coláiste Chríost Rí over Rochestown College in Blackrock today.
'This team is at a bit of a crossroads - we've folded in the past' - Cork's comeback
Captain Paul Kerrigan on Cork’s second-half recovery against Longford yesterday.
'That wasn’t a loss, that was a hammering. It’s just unacceptable.'
After the hammering at the hands of Roscommon, can Cork bounce back against Dublin?
Cork turn to Nemo Rangers man as new senior football captain for 2016
The 29 year-old takes over from Michael Shields.
Kerrigan honoured to become Ireland's second International Rules father/son duo
Cork footballer Paul is following in the footsteps of dad Jimmy, who lined out against Australia in 1984 and ’86.
Paul Kerrigan goal decisive as Nemo and Castlehaven set up Cork football final
Cork’s football final will be a repeat of the 2013 decider.
Kerrigan delight as Cork bounce back from 'personal abuse' after Munster final defeat
The Cork attacker was man-of-the-match as he hit 0-5 from play in today’s game in Tullamore.
O'Connor ruled out as Cork name team for Croker clash with Dublin
Rebels boss Brian Cuthbert has made seven personnel changes from the side which beat Kildare.
Kerrigan and O'Halloran return as Cork make 4 changes for McGrath Cup semi-final
Cork face UL next Sunday afternoon in Mallow.
Ready to go: Canty returns to Cork starting line-up
The Rebels have named their team for Sunday’s clash with Dublin.
Kerrigan suspension overturned on appeal
Paul Kerrigan’s two-game ban for an attempted headbutt on Armagh’s Finian Moriarty has been overturned.
Two match ban for Cork's Kerrigan after weekend sending off
Paul Kerrigan will miss games against Down and Donegal after his attempted headbutt on an Armagh defender on Sunday.
Donncha O'Connor: we know what to expect from Dubs
Rebels visit Croke Park for much-anticipated league decider on Sunday. We met the Cork forward for a chat.