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Cork look set for 6 in a row

Cork look set for 6 in a row
By Fr Liam Kelleher

Cork look set for an unprecedented 6 in a row, Munster titles, when they take on old rivals Kerry in the Munster Final at Bruff Co Limerick on Saturday at 7.15. Bruff has been a happy hunting ground for Cork, on Sunday last the under 14’s won their 6th All-Ireland in this decade so “six appeal” seems to be the in phrase right now, for Cork ladies Football. On all known form Cork should collect another title on Sunday, they were very impressive against Dublin in the League Semi Final and in regaining the Bord Gas league title against Mayo, they were awesome. They might well remember that prior to those games they lost 2 games to the Dubs and Monaghan, in the league. Kerry must be treated with respect, because they have the ability and fighting spirit to cause an upset. The question one might ask is Cork’s insatiable hunger still there? There is little doubt that it is, these girls are every bit as eager, to garner this title, as they were for their lst. What a marvelous bunch of ambassadors for the Co but they have had little game support from the Cork public. Bruff is a relatively short journey so please please Cork suppporters travel to see them play. Cork selector Justin McCarthy, is in no doubt that this will be a tough game, every game must be regarded as a tough game. He told me most of Cork’s injury worries are not as bad a feared, but there are a number of girls, who have been iinjured but are training, but may not be match fit yet. Laura McMahon has recovered well from a cruciate knee ligament operation and Linda Barrett has fully recovered form a knee cartilage operation. The news for Roisin O’Sullivan is not so good, she faces the prospect of a knee cruciate ligament operation. This type of injury is a major worrry, with so many players, getting this very serious injury. Amy O’Shea has recovered from 2 and is going great guns again. Cork Panel Elaine Harte, Rena Buckley, Angela Walsh, Linda Barrett Geraldine O’Flynn, Brid Stack, Briege Corkery, Juliet Murphy, Notria Kelly Nollaig Cleary, Mary O’Connor capt, Rhona Buckley, Valerie Mulcahy, Ciara O’Sullivan Deirdre O’Reilly. Amy O’Shea, Roisin O’Sullivan, Louise Coholan. Linda Barrett, Aisling Barrett, Mairead Kelly, Annie Walsh, Ann Marie Walsh, Jenny Luddy, Aine Sheehan, Carmel McCarthy, Sile O’Callaghan. Laura McMahon.

Glanmire and District Award.

Congratulations to Cork Keeper Elaine Harte ,who received the Monthly Glanmire and District Sports award spnsored by the Fitzgeralds Vienna Woods Hotel. The award was presented at a very pleasant function at the hotel on Tueday last, the long serving Cork keeper was a really worthy recipient of the award.

Feile Peil n Og.

Best of luck to Mourneabbey under 14 girls, who will represent Cork in the Finals in Kildare this week-end. Boosted by 4 members of the Cork under 14 All-Ireland winning team, capt Doireann O’Sullivan, Miriam O’Callaghan, Maire O’Callaghan and Robeta Harrington, hopes are high that they can bring another title to Cork. Congrats to Claire Shine who played a starring role for Douglas, in the camogie equivelent last week.

Winners of the fundraising card draw are as follows :

First Prize : 2night accomodation in Dublin and 2 ticket to the All-Ireland Ladies Final Winner– Shine Family, Douglas

Second Prize : a round of golf and a meal for three in Kanturk golf club.–Sandra O Shea,10 Sullane Weirs, Macroom

Third prize : Sports Vouchers – Beara Ladies Football Club. League

Div 2 League Final

Naomh Aban 5-12Valley Rovers 1-8


League Div 1 Semi-final Draw
Donoughmore V Mourneabbey
Naomh Fionbarra V Inch Rovers

Games to be played July 6th.


Cork Ladies Football have 2 fundraising ventures about to be launched.

1 A Monster Table quiz.
2 Draw with a car for first prize ticktets €20


All Draws for Cork Ladies Football Championship games

Senior Championship 2009

(A) Prelim Round – 12th July Imokilly V North Cork.


Round 1 – 19th July
Donoughmore V Beara
St. Vals V Rockbán
Inch Rovers V Liscarroll
Mourneabbey V Naomh Fionnbarra
Gabriel Rangers V Winners of (A)


Round 2 – 27th July

1/4 Finals – 4/5th August
1/2 Finals – 4/5th September

Final 4th October (Pairc Uí Rinn)
Final Replay (if needed) – 9th October


Junior A Championship

Round 1 – 6th July Rosscarbery V Naomh Abán
Valley Rovers V Kildorrery
Clonakilty V Nemo Rangers


Round 2 – 21st July Rosscarbery V Clonakilty
Naomh Abán V Valley Rovers
Nemo Rangers V Kildorrery


Round 3 – 28th July Kildorrery V Rosscarbery
Clonakilty V Naomh Abán
Valley Rovers V Nemo Rangers


Round 4 – 11th August Rosscarbery V Valley Rovers
Naomh Abán V Nemo Rangers
Kildorrery V Clonakilty


Round 5- 19th August Nemo Rangers V Rosscarbery
Naomh Abán V Kildorrery
Valley Rovers V Clonakilty

Top two qualify for the Final – 30th August.


Junior B Championship

Round 1 – 22nd July Bride Rovers V Dromina

First team listed is Inch Rovers B V Liscarroll B
At home Erins Own V Boherbue
Glanworth V Midleton
St. Vals B V Dohenys
Mallow V Kinsale


Round 2 – 12th August Winners V Losers
Round 3 – 26th AugustRound 4 – 9th September
Round 5 – 23rd September



Junior C1 Championship

Round 1 – 21st July Fermoy V St. Michaels

Carrigaline V Gabriel Rangers B
Banteer V Eire Óg
Rosscarbery B V Carrigtwohill
Douglas V Bishopstown
Courcey Rovers V Mitchelstown
Ballincollig V Dromtarriffe
Watergrasshill V Glanmire


Round 2 – 11th August Winners V Loser
Round 3 – 26th August
Round 4 – 9th September
Round 5 – 23rd September

Junior C2 Championship

Round 1 – 23rd July Macroom V Inch Rovers C

St Colum’s V Mallow B
Dripsey V Mayfield
St Peters V Mourneabbey B
Tadhg Mac Carthaighs V Lisgoold /Leamlara Castlemagner V Rockbán B
Clann na nGael V Muintir Baire
Aghada V Bantry


Round 2 – 13th August Winners V Losers
Round 3 – 26th August
Round 4 – 9th September
Round 5 – 23rd September

12 a side Championship

Round 1 – 23rd July Kilshannig V Passage

Mallow C V Ardfield
Grenagh V Ballyphehane
Carrigtwohill B V Cobh


Round 2 – 13th August Winners V Losers
Round 3 – 26th August
Round 4 – 9th September
Round 5 – 23rd September

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