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'We're just going to blitz someone,' says Eoin Cadogan of a frustrated Cork side - Irish Mirror

The Cork footballers may seem like they're further off the pace than ever, but Eoin Cadogan says they may be a lot closer than you think. Although they're struggling for form, Cadogan feels that they may well “erupt” some day soon and woe betide the ...and more »

Cork escape Waterford upset by the skin of their teeth - Irish Times

Waterford 1-11 Cork 1-12. Cork came within a whisker of a first Senior Championship defeat at Waterford's hands since 1960 on, frankly, one of the most dramatic football nights Fraher Field has ever hosted. Waterford, who'd won only twice in Division ...and more »

As it happened: Waterford v Cork in the Munster Football Championship - Irish Mirror

Waterford welcome Cork to Fraher Field in the quarter-finals of the Munster Football Championship. The home side will be looking to cause an upset against a Cork side who have largely lost their way since winning the All-Ireland under manager Conor ...and more »

Cork avoid massive shock as they edge out Waterford - RTE.ie

Cork 1-12 Waterford 1-11. Cork had to shoot two points in stoppage time to prevent one of the biggest shocks ever as a brave Waterford effort came up just short in a dramatic Munster SFC quarter-final at Fraher Field in Dungarvan. The sides were level ...and more »

Weekend GAA championship previews - Irish Times

SATURDAY. MUNSTER SFC QUARTER-FINAL Waterford v Cork, Fraher Field, Dungarvan, 7.0. After a bright start with two wins, Waterford's league campaign fell away into a familiar oblivion. They must, however, be aware that Cork's anxieties about ...and more »

Cork avoid shock Munster football defeat to Waterford as they claim one-point win - The42

Fintan O'Toole reports from Fraher Field, Dungarvan. CORK CAME DESPERATELY close to being stunned in the Munster senior football championship for the second successive year this evening but escaped from Dungarvan with their provincial hopes still ...and more »

Rebels survive almighty scare against well-drilled Déise - Irish Independent

Cork moved on to a Munster semi-final clash with Tipperary - but only after they were given an almighty scare by Tom McGlinchey's battling Waterford side. Waterford, who hadn't won a game since they beat Wicklow in a Division 4 clash on February 11 ...and more »

Waterford football boss - 'Hopefully it'll turn for them, one of these days it'll turn for them' - The42

WATERFORD BOSS TOM McGlinchey heaped praise upon his players after watching them fall just short of staging a major Munster football upset tonight in Dungarvan. Waterford had Cork on the ropes in the Munster quarter-final but couldn't land a knockout ...and more »

'It's relief, with ten minutes to go it didn't look good' - rescuing Cork from defeat - The42

BEFORE SATURDAY NIGHT, the most recent championship trip to Dungarvan for the Cork footballers was in May 2009. That Sunday afternoon was a stroll in the sunshine as they galloped to a 14-point victory. Donncha O'Connor started in that game and ...and more »

The Miltown Malbay twin brothers aiming to fly two Clare senior flags this summer - The42

FOR THE CLEARY family from Miltown Malbay in west Clare, the 2017 championship road starts tomorrow. It commences with football in Cusack Park, moves on to hurling in Thurles on Sunday week and after those opening Munster assignments have ...and more »