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Old 28-04-2019, 04:16 PM
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Fermoy 1 - 23
Courcey Rovers 1 - 22
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Old 28-04-2019, 04:51 PM
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Fermoy 1-23 Courcey Rovers 1-22 AET.

A hard fought win for Fermoy. Really worked their socks off. Late goal by Tomás Clancy and point by Shane Aherne swung it in Fermoy's favour. Liam Coleman, Martin Brennan and Eoin Clancy were best for Fermoy. David Duggan, Seán Twomey and Olan Crowley played well for Courceys.

Kilworth 0-20 Valley Rovers 0-12.

A slow start by Kilworth in this game going 0-3 to 0-0 down. Went in at half time only down 0-8 to 0-7. They played a short passing style game which broke down a lot in the first half but once the 2nd half opened they got into their groove. They played very attractive hurling. Liam Whelan was excellent midfield as well as Nathan Byrne wing back and 19 year old Eoin Carey wing forward. Valleys finished without a fight in the end.

Good day for North Cork hurling with the 2 outsiders winning today. Could both Kilworth and Fermoy be dark horses for the county? Very open championship so far this year.
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Old 28-04-2019, 07:49 PM
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Fermoy 1-23 Courcey Rovers 1-22 AET.

A hard fought win for Fermoy. Really worked their socks off. Late goal by Tomás Clancy and point by Shane Aherne swung it in Fermoy's favour. Liam Coleman, Martin Brennan and Eoin Clancy were best for Fermoy. David Duggan, Seán Twomey and Olan Crowley played well for Courceys.

Kilworth 0-20 Valley Rovers 0-12.

A slow start by Kilworth in this game going 0-3 to 0-0 down. Went in at half time only down 0-8 to 0-7. They played a short passing style game which broke down a lot in the first half but once the 2nd half opened they got into their groove. They played very attractive hurling. Liam Whelan was excellent midfield as well as Nathan Byrne wing back and 19 year old Eoin Carey wing forward. Valleys finished without a fight in the end.

Good day for North Cork hurling with the 2 outsiders winning today. Could both Kilworth and Fermoy be dark horses for the county? Very open championship so far this year.
Would be a good avondhu senior c/ship with newtown, ballyhea, charleville, kilworth , fermoy, mallow.
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Old 28-04-2019, 07:58 PM
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Kilworth got all 20 points from play, unique enough
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Old 02-05-2019, 10:53 PM
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Went to 3 of these games over the past few weeks.
Watergrasshill v Inniscarra, Blarney V Ballinhassig and Mallow v Carrigaline.

All 3 were excellent games. Blarney with the performance of the round. Played with plenty of pace up front and the few older lads at the back really bottled up Ballinhassig who were inexplicably limp in the second half and couldnt handle the Blarney pace. Blarney will be dangerous going forward.

Mallow V Carrigaline was a good game as well. I actually thought Carrigaline were the better team but Mallow are always capable of getting goals. I still think Mallow missed the boat in 2017 but you never know.

Watergrasshill really surprised me, Really strong at the back and well organised, Probably a little short up front scoring wise and dependent on 2 lads in particular so can't see them winning it out but certainly look like a team capable of causing a shock or two.

Cloyne v Aghada on this Sunday. Was really looking forward to this when the draw was made but Im not so sure anymore. Aghada are going very poorly, They are struggling badly at this level and are probably the weakest team in the grade. Local derby or not this will be a mismatch. I expect Cloyne to win comfortably. Possibly even by double figures
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Old 03-05-2019, 07:45 AM
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Went to 3 of these games over the past few weeks.
Watergrasshill v Inniscarra, Blarney V Ballinhassig and Mallow v Carrigaline.

All 3 were excellent games. Blarney with the performance of the round. Played with plenty of pace up front and the few older lads at the back really bottled up Ballinhassig who were inexplicably limp in the second half and couldnt handle the Blarney pace. Blarney will be dangerous going forward.

Mallow V Carrigaline was a good game as well. I actually thought Carrigaline were the better team but Mallow are always capable of getting goals. I still think Mallow missed the boat in 2017 but you never know.

Watergrasshill really surprised me, Really strong at the back and well organised, Probably a little short up front scoring wise and dependent on 2 lads in particular so can't see them winning it out but certainly look like a team capable of causing a shock or two.

Cloyne v Aghada on this Sunday. Was really looking forward to this when the draw was made but Im not so sure anymore. Aghada are going very poorly, They are struggling badly at this level and are probably the weakest team in the grade. Local derby or not this will be a mismatch. I expect Cloyne to win comfortably. Possibly even by double figures


Agree re: Cloyne game, Aghada struggling a lot with main players being injured, will be walk in the park for Cloyne.

It's a very even grade I think, Fermoy will be quietly confident now after beating Courceys but Kilworth could spring a few shocks also
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Old 05-05-2019, 03:20 PM
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Cloyne 0 - 14
Aghada 2 - 13
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Old 05-05-2019, 03:26 PM
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Very unexpected result really.
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Old 06-05-2019, 10:59 AM
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Very unexpected result really.
Besides for fr O’Neill’s all the favorites beaten?
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Old 06-05-2019, 11:36 AM
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This is the type of championship you want in fairness. It's the only hurling competition under the current format where you really couldn't call most games.
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