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Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes

Kilbree U14 Hurlers complete the Double! Kilbree U14 hurlers defeated St Oliver Plunketts on Sunday morning to claim the U14 league title.  They have already captured the U14 West Cork championship having beaten Clonakilty.  This was a thrilling game of hurling with great scores taken from all over the field.  Plunketts got the opening goal but Kilbree fought back immediately with a Thomas Tyner point and a brilliant goal from

Bright future for Bandon AFC says coach Richie Holland

by John Bohane BANDON AFC recently celebrated securing promotion back to the Munster Senior League Premier Division following a year plying their trade in the First Division. The West Cork outfit clinched the first division championship crown for the first time in their history following their 3-1 home win achieved against Mayfield United. This win ensured Bandon will once again be competing with the elite teams in the Munster Senior

West Cork Football League results weekend December 12th-14h

Saturday, 13 December 2014   O Herlihy Bacon U18 Group A Clonakilty AFC U18’s 4 v 1 Riverside Athletic U18’s Lyre Rovers U18’s 1 v 2 Bunratty United U18’s West Cork League U18 Group B Ardfield U18’s 15 v 1 Castlelack U18’s Bay Rovers U18’s 0 v 1 Kilmichael Rovers U18’s Togher Celtic U18’s 8 v 1 Drinagh Rangers U18’s Munster Junior Cup [Round 3] Ringmahon Rangers A (MSL) 2

Soccer results weekend November 2nd

Sunday, 02 November 2014   West Cork League Premier Division Clonakilty AFC 2 v 1 Crookstown Drinagh Rangers 4 v 0 Riverside Athletic West Cork League Division 1 Baltimore 2 v 2 Leeside Kilmichael Rovers 1 v 1 Bunratty United West Cork League Division 2 Ardfield 3 v 3 Drinagh Rangers B Aultagh Celtic 1 v 1 Dunmanway Town B Bay Rovers 6 v 0 Clonakilty AFC B Durrus 0

Lyre Rovers mark 20th anniversary with ambitious development plans

THE image of Ray Houghton’s left footed shot nestling in the back of Italian goalkeeper Gianluca Pagliuca’s net in the Giants Stadium, New York at World Cup 1994 left an indelible mark on an era for Irish soccer that has become enshrined in legend. International success provoked a growing interest in soccer at local level and this was reflected by the emergence of new soccer clubs nationwide. Against this backdrop,