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Old 01-04-2020, 11:39 AM
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We let a very average Limerick team put one over on us that year in the 1980 Munster final. Leaked a very soft goal in first half which was crucial.

Should have been a Cork/Galway final. And we all know what the outcome of that would have been.
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That Cork team was going downhill. They had won 5 Munsters and 3AIs in a row. Don't forget they were beaten by Galway in the 1979 AI semi. Quite a few of the players were reaching the end of the road. Ray Cummins for example, retired in 1979 but was brought back for the MF in 1982. The likes of Charlie Mc, Gerald Mc, Hoggy and Martin Doherty (came back from USA for 1982 AI final), were gone to all intents and purposes after 1979.
1979 was a missed opportunity to win 4 in a row. Kilkenny won a very soft AI that year against Galway. Cork would have beaten the Cats imo.
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Old 14-04-2020, 06:38 PM
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RTE's sports coverage over the coming months

https://www.rte.ie/sport/soccer/2020...es-and-events/

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16 April         
GAA - Clare v Offaly All-Ireland Hurling Final 1995  
Clare's first All-Ireland win in 81 years.

23 April  
GAA - Cork v Waterford, Munster Hurling Final, 2004  
One of the most epic Munster Finals of all time with Waterford finally securing their 7th Munster title. 

30 April             
GAA -   Offaly v Kerry All- Ireland Football Final, 1982  
Kerry's 5 in a row ambitions finally halted by Seamus Darby's dramatic late goal for Offaly.  

7 May
Rugby - Italy v Ireland, Women's Six Nations, 2013 (17.03.13) 
Ireland's women battle Italy and the elements as they attempt to complete their first ever Six Nations Grand Slam.  

14 May  
Soccer - Qualifiers from 1974 & 2015  
Rep. of Ireland 3-0 USSR ON 30TH Oct 1974 + Rep. of Ireland 1-0 Germany on 8 Oct 2015. A Euro qualifying double-header featuring a famous Don Givens hat-trick plus a win over the reigning world champions 

21 May
Rugby - Ireland v New Zealand, 2013 (24.11.13) 
Heartbreak for Ireland as an historic first home win against the All Blacks is snatched from them at the death in a classic clash 

28 May
Soccer – Qualifiers from 1981 & 2017 . WCQ Ireland 3-2 France and WCQ Wales 0-1 Ireland. 
A World Cup qualifying double - Platini's France beaten at a packed Lansdowne Road plus a winner takes all encounter in Cardiff.  

4 June 
Soccer - Qualifier: Republic of Ireland v Netherlands, 2001 (01/09/2001) 
World Cup Qualifier from 1 September 2001 - Rep. of Ireland 1-0 Netherlands. The most important international match in a generation saw the Republic take a major step towards Korea/Japan 2002 

11 June 
Hockey - Spain v Ireland, Hockey World Cup Semi-Final, 2018 (04.08.1  

18 June 
Rugby - Ireland v New Zealand, 2018 
One of the nation's greatest sporting nights as Ireland record their first ever home win against the mighty All Blacks 
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Old 14-04-2020, 06:45 PM
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Jesus, selection there is dire enough isn't it.
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Old 14-04-2020, 08:26 PM
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Terrible stuff, nice bit of tokenism thrown in
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Old 14-04-2020, 11:50 PM
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Jesus, selection there is dire enough isn't it.
Fucking brutal.tg4 just showed 2004 munster HF.last Sunday. Typical RTE
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Old 15-04-2020, 01:06 PM
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BBC showing classic snooker matches from this weekend,
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Old 15-04-2020, 06:28 PM
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BBC showing classic snooker matches from this weekend,
They have been showing classic football on the red button
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Old 27-04-2020, 08:49 PM
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ITV Football Classics; Saturday at 5

1987 FA Cup Final: Coventry City v Tottenham Hotspur

In the absence of live football, the big match returns to ITV's main channel in the form of a classic FA Cup final, with Coventry City taking on Tottenham Hotspur in 1987 at Wembley.

This hour-long retro-tastic festival of football features Ian St John and Jimmy Greaves - known as Saint and Greavsie during their heyday at the helm of ITV's coverage - hosting an hour of match highlights, pre-game atmosphere with fans, and analysis.

It's the first in a series of classic matches featuring on ITV's main channel leading into full coverage of Euro 96 in May on the ITV Hub and ITV4.

They include Arsenal v Man United in the 1979 FA Cup final, the 1989 Liverpool v Arsenal title decider, England v Cameroon in the 1990 World Cup, and England's game against Colombia in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

On a sunny day in May 1987, Coventry legends including Cyrille Regis, Brian 'Killer' Kilcline and Steve Ogrozovic took on a Spurs side packed with names like Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle and Ossie Ardiles, the latter strong favourites with seven FA Cup victories up to that point.

It was Coventry's first ever FA Cup final, and they produced a memorable performance to mark the occasion, as the two sides shared five goals and needed extra time to decide the destination of the Cup.

Gabriel Clarke introduces the classic action.
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Old 27-04-2020, 09:07 PM
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ITV Football Classics; Saturday at 5

1987 FA Cup Final: Coventry City v Tottenham Hotspur

In the absence of live football, the big match returns to ITV's main channel in the form of a classic FA Cup final, with Coventry City taking on Tottenham Hotspur in 1987 at Wembley.

This hour-long retro-tastic festival of football features Ian St John and Jimmy Greaves - known as Saint and Greavsie during their heyday at the helm of ITV's coverage - hosting an hour of match highlights, pre-game atmosphere with fans, and analysis.

It's the first in a series of classic matches featuring on ITV's main channel leading into full coverage of Euro 96 in May on the ITV Hub and ITV4.

They include Arsenal v Man United in the 1979 FA Cup final, the 1989 Liverpool v Arsenal title decider, England v Cameroon in the 1990 World Cup, and England's game against Colombia in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

On a sunny day in May 1987, Coventry legends including Cyrille Regis, Brian 'Killer' Kilcline and Steve Ogrozovic took on a Spurs side packed with names like Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle and Ossie Ardiles, the latter strong favourites with seven FA Cup victories up to that point.

It was Coventry's first ever FA Cup final, and they produced a memorable performance to mark the occasion, as the two sides shared five goals and needed extra time to decide the destination of the Cup.

Gabriel Clarke introduces the classic action.
Painful memories for leeds fans, as a 2nd division club we lost the semi 3-2 to Coventry, and lost the playoff final to Charlton after a replay
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Old 30-04-2020, 06:37 PM
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World Cup Gold on TG4 Fridays at 7:30

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A gem from the Sports Archives - the golden age of Irish soccer provides the basis for this archive-based international soccer series, presented by one of our greatest soccer heroes, Packie Bonner. We kick off with a classic, the Republic of Ireland v England clash in the Italia 1990 FIFA World Cup at Stadio Sant'Elia in Cagliari
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