by Striker Well, as I quoted in that old Shakesperean adage last week of, ” there’s many a slip” etc, this is just what happened in some of those vital Premiership ties played.
West Cork League Friday, 18 April 2014 West Cork League Premier Division Skibbereen 7-0 Sullane
by Striker Last Saturday’s games, apart from the Cup Semi-Final, were mainly taken up with those hell for leather battles in the bargain basement of the league, now, with only about four games left in total, in their most hectic state. Every point gained from now on is worth its veritable weight in gold, and, in the very final analysis, the whole shebang should go right down to the
by Striker AS I write, surprise results seem to be the order of the day, which I do suppose is to be expected, when you consider the titanic battles that are going on from top to bottom of the Premiership every week. All of the clubs in the lower regions of the Premiership are striving for that magical “safe” total of 40 points, and the majority of the teams
Sunday, 30 March 2014 West Cork League Premier Division Skibbereen 4 Rosscarbery 1 Togher Celtic 1 Drinagh Rangers 1
by Striker The pace at the business end of the Premiership is really hotting up, with the higher rated teams gradually opening up a reasonable gap between their erstwhile rivals and themselves.
West Cork Football League Saturday, 22 March 2014 West Cork League Premier Division Baltimore 1 Rosscarbery 1 Clonakilty AFC 4 Dunmanway Town 1
by Striker The Premiership results over recent weeks have certainly separated the men from the boys, and from a time when there were seven involved as possible pennant winners, it now looks like this not so lucky seven have been reduced to just four pretenders.
Saturday, 15 March 2014 O Herlihy Bacon U18 Premier Division Dunmanway Town 7-1 Clonakilty AFC
Saturday, 08 March 2014 West Cork League U18 Division 1 Bunratty United 3-2 Bay Rovers