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

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

The42Waterford football boss - 'Hopefully it'll turn for them, one of these days it'll turn for them'The42WATERFORD 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 »

Cork see off Waterford to reach SFC semi-final - SkySports;

Cork see off Waterford to reach SFC semi-final - SkySports

SkySportsCork see off Waterford to reach SFC semi-finalSkySportsWaterford had not defeated Cork in the championship since 1960 and few people expected that to change in Dungarvan but in the end, the Rebels were extremely fortunate to escape with a 1-12 to 1-11 win on Saturday. Waterford, rank outsiders who had not ...and more »

Cork-Waterford report: Rebels lucky to win in Fraher Field - Balls.ie;

Cork-Waterford report: Rebels lucky to win in Fraher Field - Balls.ie

Balls.ieCork-Waterford report: Rebels lucky to win in Fraher FieldBalls.ieWe all knew Cork football was in a bad way but we thought Peader Healy's men would coast to victory against Waterford tonight in Fraher Field. Instead they held on for dear life and were frankly lucky to beat the Deise 1-12 to 1-11. It was downright ...and more »

GAA Saturday LIVE - Follow the live scores from Cork v Waterford and Westmeath against Offaly - Irish Independent;

GAA Saturday LIVE - Follow the live scores from Cork v Waterford and Westmeath against Offaly - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentGAA Saturday LIVE - Follow the live scores from Cork v Waterford and Westmeath against OffalyIrish IndependentColm O'Neill of Cork in action against Stephen Prendergast and Thomas O'Gorman 2 Colm O'Neill of Cork in action against Stephen Prendergast and Thomas O'Gorman of Waterford during the Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Quarter-Final ...and more »

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

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

RTE.ieCork avoid massive shock as they edge out WaterfordRTE.ieCork 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 going into stoppage time ...and more »

Cork survive major scare as Waterford come agonisingly close to first championship win over Rebels since 1960 - Irish Independent;

Cork survive major scare as Waterford come agonisingly close to first championship win over Rebels since 1960 - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentCork survive major scare as Waterford come agonisingly close to first championship win over Rebels since 1960Irish IndependentPaul Kerrigan of Cork scores a goal past Brian Looby of Waterford during the Munster GAA 1 Paul Kerrigan of Cork scores a goal past Brian Looby of Waterford during the Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Waterford ...and more »

Cork Were Given The Fright Of Their Lives Against Waterford Tonight - Pundit Arena;

Cork Were Given The Fright Of Their Lives Against Waterford Tonight - Pundit Arena

Pundit ArenaCork Were Given The Fright Of Their Lives Against Waterford TonightPundit ArenaCork football's dreams of a Munster final in Páirc Uí Chaoimh were almost dashed before they got started this evening. The Rebels went to Dungarvan as heavy favourites to get over the first round, and book a semi-final date against Tipperary. However ...and more »

Cork survive a scare to book semi-final meeting with Tipperary - Irish Examiner;

Cork survive a scare to book semi-final meeting with Tipperary - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerCork survive a scare to book semi-final meeting with TipperaryIrish ExaminerCork survived a major scare from Waterford to scrap through to a Munster semi-final meeting with Tipperary. advertisement. Unable to play media. ie_inarticle. source: Up next: ie_inarticle. cancel. Embed code. Size: 320x240, 480x320, 1280x720. Direct link.and more »

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

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

The42Cork avoid shock Munster football defeat to Waterford as they claim one-point winThe42CORK 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 intact. Waterford put in a towering performance with ...and more »

Cork bag three goals in 21-point win over Waterford to book Munster junior final place - The42;

Cork bag three goals in 21-point win over Waterford to book Munster junior final place - The42

The42Cork bag three goals in 21-point win over Waterford to book Munster junior final placeThe42A POWERFUL SECOND-half showing propelled Cork into the Munster junior football final this evening as they blitzed Waterford for a 21-point semi-final success. Conor McGrath with Michael O'Leary Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO. A first-half goal from John ...and more »

Waterford v Cork LIVE: Updates from the Munster Football Championship - Irish Mirror;

Waterford v Cork LIVE: Updates from the Munster Football Championship - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorWaterford v Cork LIVE: Updates from the Munster Football ChampionshipIrish MirrorWaterford 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 »

'They can do it for one game' - Colm Cooper gives a very gloomy assessment of Cork football - Irish Independent;

'They can do it for one game' - Colm Cooper gives a very gloomy assessment of Cork football - Irish Independent

Irish Independent'They can do it for one game' - Colm Cooper gives a very gloomy assessment of Cork footballIrish IndependentCork are suffering from a lack of identity and a shortage of leaders, according to Kerry legend Colm Cooper. The Rebels will make their bow in the Munster championship against Waterford in Dungarvan with Tipperary awaiting the winners in the last four.and more »

Canty feels Rebels need big scalp to get back on track - Southern Star Newspaper;

Canty feels Rebels need big scalp to get back on track - Southern Star Newspaper

Southern Star NewspaperCanty feels Rebels need big scalp to get back on trackSouthern Star NewspaperGoing strong: Three-time All-Star defender Graham Canty is the current captain of the Bantry Blues premier intermediate footballers. Legend says Cork need confidence boost. BY KIERAN McCARTHY. GRAHAM Canty's not the type to hurt a man when he's ...and more »

Five questions that Cork footballers need to answer - Southern Star Newspaper;

Five questions that Cork footballers need to answer - Southern Star Newspaper

Southern Star NewspaperFive questions that Cork footballers need to answerSouthern Star NewspaperWhile a clean sheet was kept in the last league game against Down, the three games before that – with the same six starting defenders each time – saw five goals allowed. The argument against plain leakiness being the reason is that the backs weren't ...and more »

Strong Clare Team Named For Munster SFC Quarter Final - Clare FM;

Strong Clare Team Named For Munster SFC Quarter Final - Clare FM

Clare FMStrong Clare Team Named For Munster SFC Quarter FinalClare FMClare have named an experienced line up for tomorrow's Munster Football Quarter Final against Limerick. All the starting 15 have tasted championship action for the Banner, with a strong bench also available to management to call from. They start with ...and more »

Aidan Walsh returns to Cork team for first championship start since 2014 - Irish Independent;

Aidan Walsh returns to Cork team for first championship start since 2014 - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentAidan Walsh returns to Cork team for first championship start since 2014Irish Independent12 February 2017; Aidan Walsh of Cork during the Allianz Football League Division 2 Round 1 12 February 2017; Aidan Walsh of Cork during the Allianz Football League Division 2 Round 2 game between Kildare and Cork at St Conleth's Park in Newbridge, ...and more »

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

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

The42The Miltown Malbay twin brothers aiming to fly two Clare senior flags this summerThe42Eoin Cleary plays for the footballers tomorrow, his twin brother Conor for the hurlers next week. By Fintan O'Toole Saturday 27 May 2017, 8:30 AM. 12 hours ago 5,617 Views 2 Comments. http://the42.ie/3408921. Share307 Tweet Email. Conor and Eoin ...and more »

Martin Kiely - Limerick hurlers need to match energy of Cork - Limerick Leader;

Martin Kiely - Limerick hurlers need to match energy of Cork - Limerick Leader

Limerick LeaderMartin Kiely - Limerick hurlers need to match energy of CorkLimerick LeaderTHE Munster hurling championship has a special place for many people and last Sunday this championship came alive when hot favourites Tipperary were sent packing by Cork. This game provided a massive boost for the start of the hurling championship ...and more »

Weekend GAA championship previews - Irish Times

Weekend GAA championship previewsIrish TimesSATURDAY. Munster SFC quarter-finals. 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 Tipperary ...and more »

Poor club scene holding Cork back - Counihan - Irish Independent;

Poor club scene holding Cork back - Counihan - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentPoor club scene holding Cork back - CounihanIrish IndependentFormer Cork player and manager Conor Counihan believes the standard of club football in the county 1 Former Cork player and manager Conor Counihan believes the standard of club football in the county is holding back the senior team. Photo: Matt ...and more »