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# Rebel forces

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# Rebel forces
Alan Cadogan makes Cork return for Sunday's clash with Wexford
The Rebels will be aiming to bounce back from last weekend’s defeat to Kilkenny.
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'It’s going to be a battle royale between now and September'
Cork’s ladies face Westmeath today – but they’re taking nothing for granted.
# Rebel forces
Here's the Cork side for Saturday's All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-final
Ger Millerick brought in at corner-back for the Nowlan Park clash.
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Cork's Denise O'Sullivan grabs crucial game-winning goal as North Carolina book final place
The Republic of Ireland international grabbed the only goal of the game.
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Cork City inch ever closer to a domestic double by clinching FAI Cup final place
Garry Buckley’s first-half strike proved the difference against Munster rivals Limerick.
# Rebel forces
Life after Sean Maguire has its teething problems but Cork City still get the job done
Garry Buckley & Karl Sheppard were on target in a 2-1 win over Galway.
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Darren determined to be 'the first Cork person in the UFC'
Bantamweight prospect O’Gorman aiming to topple SBG rival at Cage Warriors 81 in Dublin this weekend.
# Rebel forces
Cork emerge victorious from battle of last year's All-Ireland finalists
There were also important Division 1 wins for Mayo, Galway and Kerry.
# Rebel forces
Cork hurlers make 9 changes as they bid for a fourth consecutive victory
The Rebels take on Clare this evening in the Co-Op Munster Senior Hurling League.
# Syria
Russia warned 'indiscriminate bombing' of non-Isis targets will fuel extremism
Russia said its air strikes hit Isis targets outside of Isis-controlled territory.
# Libya
Gaddafi offers truce and negotiations in Libya but no sign of stepping down
Appearing on state television, the Libyan leader was more conciliatory than usual but NATO’s airstrikes continued in the capital of Tripoli as pro-Gaddafi forces continued to shell the besieged city of Misrata.