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Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup: UCC set up all-Munster final

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UCC1-12TU Dublin 0-13Kevin Egan reports from Netwatch Cullen Park A last-ditch tackle from Damien Bourke prevented UCC from coughing up a seven-point lead in Carlow tonight, as the 23-time champions just about held off a late surge from TU Dublin and narrowly scraped through to set up an All-Munster final
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Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup: Impressive SETU Waterford advance

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Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup Quarter-Final SETU Waterford 3-16 DCU Dchas ireann 2-16By Paul Keane at DCU Sports Grounds, Dublin SETU Waterford are the first team through to this season's Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals after knocking out 2018 finalists DCU Dchas ireann on their own turf.Reuben Halloran's eight-point haul, taking
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AIB Munster Club SFC: Kerins O'Rahillys advance

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AIB Munster Club SFC Semi-Final

Kerins O'Rahillys 1-9 ire g, Ennis 1-8

By Paul Brennan at Austin Stack Park

They might have fallen well short in the County Senior Football Championship, failing to win a game in the group stage of the competition, but 14-man Kerins ORahillys advanced to the Munster Club SFC final after beating Clare champions ire g.

ORahillys had earned their place as Kerrys representative in the provincial championship through a combination of East Kerry a divisional team winning the County SFC, and ORahillys winning the County Senior Club Championship, and they needed to recapture some of that steel and character to get them over the line this afternoon after their midfield talisman David Moran was sent off after 22 minutes.

It left ORahillys with a rod for their back for the next 40-plus minutes, but they hung on against an ire g team that was big on effort but short on precision in front of the posts.

ORahillys were helped by a brilliant start, taking the lead after just 12 seconds a after which they were never behind, and further boosted by Tommy Walshs goal in the third minute.

Unperturbed by that poor start, ire g settled into their work thereafter and points from Gavin Cooney 2 and Mark McInerney had them to within a point of ORahillys after 12 minutes.

Jack Savage scored his second point but then hit the post with a very scorable free by his standards as the game remained scrappy in testing weather conditions, with the referee issuing a few yellow cards, two of which went to Moran which significantly shifted the dynamic of the game.

Tommy Walsh, who was a big target and threat at full forward for the home side, landed a point from play and then converted a free as ORahillys took a 1-4 to 0-4 lead to the half time interval, Cooney getting ire gs last score of the half from a close-range free.

A man down, ORahillys needed a strong start to the second half and they got it with two early points from Gavin OBrien but the Clare champions hit back with a great goal from wing-back Einne OConnor after being set up by Cooney.

ORahillys responded in the best way, points from Jack Savage and Cormac Coffey they led 1-8 to 1-4 after 42 minutes.

Savage and Coffey were brought home from Dubai for the game, while Gavin OBrien was flown back from his New York base, and all three made the effort worthwhile with six points between them.

Morans absence around midfield was apparent for ORahillys, who moved Tommy Walsh to the middle of the field to try and win some badly needed primary possession and stifle ire g from getting on the front foot. It worked up to a point but the Ennis men clawed their way back with scores from Talty, Ciaran Russell and two Cooney to make it 1-9 to 1-8.

They played the last five minutes with 14 men after Mark McInerney was sent off for a double yellow, but in between Talty fluffed his chance to level the scores and maybe take the game to extra-time.

Big of effort but short on execution, ire Og will be left rue what might have been as ORahillys will contest their first Munster Club SFC Final since 2009, which they lost to Kilmurry-Ibrickane.

Scorers for Kerins ORahillys: T Walsh 1-2 0-1 mark; J Savage 0-4 0-2 frees; G OBrien 0-2; C Coffey 0-1 each.

Scorers for ire g Ennis: G Cooney 0-5 0-3 frees; E OConnor 1-0; C Russell, M McInerney 0-1 mark, P Talty 0-1 each.

Kerins ORahillys: Shane Foley; Darragh McElligott, Ross OCallaghan, Cormac Coffey; Con Barrett, Karl Mullins, Padraig Neenan; David Moran, Tom Hoare; Cian Sayers, Jack Savage, Gavin OBrien; Barry John Keane, Tommy Walsh, Conor Hayes

Subs: Ben Hanafin for G Savage 39; Ryan Carroll for Barrett 49; Diarmuid OSullivan for Hoare 58.

ire g: S Daniels; Manus Doherty, A Fitzgerald, R Lanigan; C Russell, A McGrath, OConnor; Darren ONeill, D McNamara; N McMahon, I Ugwueru, O Cahill; Gavin Cooney, M McInerney, J Collins.

Subs: David Reidy for McMahon 37; Philip Talty for Cahill 40; Conor OHalloran for Lanigan 48; Dean DAuria for Collins 62.

Referee: Sean Lonergan Tipperary

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Round-up: Wednesday's Electric Ireland Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cup action

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Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup Round Three UCD 7-8 Ulster University 3-10UCC 0-19 Queens 3-10 - UCC win 7-6 on penalties David Garland scored 3-3 as UCD advanced to the quarter-finals of the Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup.John Divilly's attacking team shrugged off Ulster University's resistance to emerge 7-8 to 3-10 victors.At
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#FirstClassRivals come together for college cause

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Electric Ireland has today teamed up with six intercounty Camogie and GAA stars to look ahead to the upcoming matches and rivalries across the Electric Ireland Camogie Third Level Championships and the Electric Ireland GAA Higher Education Championships. Through its #FirstClassRivals campaign, Electric Ireland will continue to celebrate the unexpected
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Rennie relishing Fossa adventure

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By Cian OConnell Long before the pitch invasions, cups, and chaos those deeply involved in Fossa football made some important decisions.It was a time when promise and potential was evident so high calibre coaches were brought to the club. The Clifford brothers were beginning to emerge as serious performers, but
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Derry into McKenna Cup Final after shoot-out win over Down

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Dr. McKenna Cup semi-final DERRY 1-15 DOWN 3-9 Derry win 3-2 on penalties By Dan Bannon at Pairc Esler With the last kick in a dramatic shootout, ice cool Derry defender Conor Doherty calmly fired his side into this year's Dr McKenna Cup final at Downs expense in a packed
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Preview: Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-finals

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Wednesday, February 8Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final DCU D v SETU Waterford, DCU Sportsgrounds, 6.15pm Electric Ireland YouTube and GAA.ie DCU D topped a very tough group that also included SETU Carlow and Mary Immaculate College so theyre battle-hardened by now.Free-taker Ross Banville has been in good scoring form and
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AIB All-Ireland Club SHC Final: Ballyhale return to summit

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AIB All-Ireland Club SHC Final Ballyhale Shamrocks 1-22 Dunloy Cchulainns 1-15By Cian OConnell at Croke Park Ballyhale Shamrocks, the most decorated hurling club in the land, were able to survive the stern questions posed by a spirited Dunloy.Despite the absence of the injured Adrian Mullen, Shamrocks still had sufficient craft
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Galway Prove To Strong For Wexford

Galway Prove To Strong For Wexford

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Home Galway Prove To Strong For Wexford February 4th, 2023Walsh Cup Final Galway 0-23 Wexford 0-15By Ronan Fagan at Chadwicks Wexford Park Galway produced an impressive second half display to secure the Walsh Cup and Allianz Hurling League spoils.Despite striking 10 first-half wides, Wexford seemed in rude
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Allianz HL D1: Kilkenny earn victory

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Allianz Hurling League Division One Group B Kilkenny 1-18 Antrim 0-15By David Mohan at Corrigan Park Derek Lyng's first Allianz League game in charge of Kilkenny yielded two points as they came through difficult conditions and a stern Antrim challenge at Corrigan Park on Saturday.Having stepped into the role following
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Allianz HL D3: Armagh the early pacesetters

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ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE RESULTS DIVISION 3A Armagh 3-18 Louth 1-16Mayo 0-17 Roscommon 0-17Monaghan 2-13 Fermanagh 1-14It was clashes between neighbouring counties across the board in Division 3A of the Allianz Hurling League this afternoon, but three very different outcomes, as Monaghan edged out Fermanagh, Armagh put Louth to the sword,
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Allianz HL D1: Cork stage dramatic comeback

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Allianz Hurling League Division One Group A Cork 2-17 Limerick 0-22Shane Kingston scored an 80th-minute winner as a strong second-half revival saw Cork take the points in their Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Group A opener against Limerick at Pirc U Chaoimh on Saturday night.Trailing by eight points at half-time
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Offaly Schools Corn Uí Dhúill Champions

Offaly Schools Corn Uí Dhúill Champions

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Home Offaly Schools Corn U Dhill Champions February 4th, 2023Corn U Dhill Senior Hurling Championship Final Offaly Schools 1-16St Kierans College 1-14By Robert Cribbin Offaly Schools were crowned Leinster Senior A Colleges Hurling champions for the first time ever after running out two point winners over Kilkenny
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Allianz HL D1: Clare register emphatic win

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Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Group A Clare 4-27 Westmeath 0-14By Eoin Brennan at Cusack Park Clare eased to their biggest victory under Brian Lohan as they brushed aside the disappointing challenge of Westmeath in their opening Allianz League Division 1 tie in Cusack Park, Ennis on Sunday afternoon.In front
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Allianz HL D2: Kildare and Kerry explode out of the blocks

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ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE RESULTS DIVISION 2A Down v Offaly Sunday Kerry 1-22 Derry 0-14Kildare 0-25 Carlow 0-11One local derby and one contest between two counties at opposite ends of the island both ended in a similar fashion yesterday afternoon, as Kildare and Kerry recorded landslide victories over Carlow and Derry
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Allianz FL D4: Freescoring Leitrim top the table

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ALLIANZ FOOTBALL LEAGUE RESULTS DIVISION 4Laois 1-18 Wexford 1-13Sligo 0-18 Wicklow 0-12Leitrim 3-12 London 1-15Carlow 1-11 Waterford 0-10Laois and Leitrim are the front runners in Division Four of the Allianz League as the only sides with two wins from two games, though Carlow and Sligo also did their cause no
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Allianz FL D2: Cork secure critical win

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Allianz Football League Division Two Cork 2-14 Kildare 0-7By Ger McNally at St Conleth's Park This game in Newbridge between two sides who had both lost in the opening round turned into a very one-sided game as Cork bounced back from their defeat to Meath with this thumping win over
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Allianz HL D1: Impressive Galway triumph

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Allianz Hurling League Division One Group A/Walsh Cup Final Galway 0-23 Wexford 0-15By Ronan Fagan at Chadwicks Wexford Park Galway produced an impressive second half display to secure the Walsh Cup and Allianz Hurling League spoils.Despite striking 10 first-half wides, Wexford seemed in rude health although Galway hauled the game
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