|Clona Milk U21C Hurling Championship|
|Diarmuid O Mathunas|
Affiliated to the M.F.A. and F.A.I.
Friday, 15 November 2013
West Cork League Division 1
Lyre Rovers 3-0 Clonakilty Town
Macroom boxer, Christina Desmond displays her latest awards for her boxing achievements. From left, September Winner Cork Youth Awards for ladies boxing, the Mick Leahy perpetual trophy for Best Overall Boxer of the Year for Cork City & County, The Lagan to Lee Award for Services to the Sport of Boxing & The Lagan to Lee Trophy Winner, presented at City Hall, Cork recently. Picture: John Delea.
|Junior A Hurling Championship|
|U21 A Hurling Championship|
Thursday, 07 November 2013
O Herlihy Bacon U18 Premier Division
Lyre Rovers U18′s 0-1 Dunmanway Town U18′s
One of the most famous horses that was ever associated with the West Cork area surely had to be the perennial Captain Christy, a horse that since he first saw the light of day was fated to be the centre of controversy for the most of his racing life.
You will have heard that famous old saying, “ask not for whom the bell tolls, for now it tolls for thee”, or words to that effect.
What it effectively means is that the time of reckoning has come when concerted action must be the order of the day in whatever task is facing those involved. more »
ONE of West Cork’s best known footballers of recent years, Bantry’s Graham Canty has announced his retirement from the inter-county game.
The 33-year-old Bantry Blues clubman captained Cork to their most recent All-Ireland title in 2010 and has won numerous national and county awards in a stellar career.
Although it is a well known fact that Irish jockeys in general do dominate the scene in Britain, from time to time one young lad will jump out of the ordinary, and begin the long and arduous climb to the higher echelons of his chosen sport.
While the ongoing Irish winning bandwagon is relentless, it has been a while now since one of those young jockeys has made an impression that is well above the normal, in a career that can be fraught with all kinds of trouble. more »