Waterford hand football debut for Cork game to forward with senior and U21 hurling experience - The42

THERE'S ONE SENIOR championship debut handed out by the Waterford footballers for Saturday's Munster opener and it's to a forward with senior and U21 hurling experience. Donie Breathnach in action in the Munster U21 hurling championship in 2014.

WATCH: Ashling Thompson sums up what is expected of you when you play for Cork - SportsJOE.ie

Cork pulled off a memorable upset when they beat Tipperary in the Munster Hurling Championship, on Sunday. By their own high standards, Cork hadn't quite performed to the level expected of them in recent years but a promising league campaign meant ...

Tipperary in dire trouble as Rebels catch fire in Thurles - Connacht Tribune Group

Galway defender Gearóid McInerney tussling with Niall O'Meara of Tipperary during the National League Final. The Tribesmen start their championship campaign against Dublin on Sunday. Inside Track with John McIntyre. The bottom has fallen out of ...

Poll: Who's your fancy for the 2017 Munster senior football championship? - The42

Allianz League champions Kerry are going for five-in-a-row in the Southern province. By Jackie Cahill Thursday 25 May 2017, 6:00 AM. 6 hours ago 3,758 Views 5 Comments. http://the42.ie/3378441. Share6 Tweet Email. KERRY HAVE RULED the Munster ...

'Corrective surgery is needed' - Brendan Cummins picks out two Tipp stars who could be dropped for the qualifiers - Irish Independent

There are few people more qualified to speak on how Tipperary can salvage their 2017 championship campaign than legendary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins. The All-Ireland champions were stunned in their Munster championship opener by Cork and will ...

Former Cork boss Conor Counihan reckons poor standard of club football is a factor in their demise - The Irish Sun

FORMER Cork boss Conor Counihan feels the poor standard of club football on Leeside has been a major factor in their demise. The Rebels have steadily declined since he guided them to All-Ireland glory in 2010. Ex-Cork manager Conor Courihan. 3.