UCC GAA / Ladies Gaelic Football All Ireland Finals

  • 14th September, 2018

Following on from a magnificent All Ireland camogie win for Cork, which had a great UCC connection, the Cork senior Ladies Gaelic Football team attempt to make it a double when they face Dublin in the All Ireland Senior Ladies final on this coming Sunday September 16th in Croke Park.  

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UCC GAA / All Ireland Camogie Finals

  • 7th September, 2018

Over 20,000 people are expected to be in Croke Park this coming Sunday 9th for the All-Ireland Senior and Intermediate camogie finals. Cork are in both games with the senior team playing Kilkenny and the Intermediate team up against Down. This is the pinnacle for any woman playing camogie , to

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UCC well represented in Croke Park

  • 25th July, 2018

In what may arguably be the biggest sporting event in Europe (if not the world) over 125,000 people are expected to be in Croke Park Dublin this weekend for both All-Ireland Senior Hurling semi-finals when Galway play Clare on Saturday 5pm and on Sunday when Cork play Limerick 3.30pm.  

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Continued success for UCC sports athletes during the summer

  • 3rd July, 2018

HURLING: Congratulations to the 16 UCC students & graduates who were part of the Cork hurling success at Semple Stadium last Sunday. Commiserations to UCC graduate Shane O Donnell who was part of the defeated Clare team. Congratulations to UCC Graduate Seamus Harnedy on being awarded “Man

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UCC GAA well represented in Thurles

  • 2nd July, 2018

On a marvellous weekend for all sports, the victory by the Cork senior hurling team in the Munster Final against Clare was particularly pleasing as there was a huge UCC GAA representation in Thurles yesterday.   Out of a panel of 26 for Cork, there were 16 players who have worn the skull and

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GAA Stars among UCC Sports Stars

  • 11th April, 2018

GAA Stars among the UCC Sports Star recipients 2017/18 Name: Libby Coppinger Course: Public Health Award: Camogie & Ladies Gaelic Football Where did your love of camogie and Gaelic football come from? My parents played a huge part, because my father would have played football

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Defeat for UCC in Sigerson Cup Qtr Final

  • 13th February, 2018

Sigerson Cup Quarter Final: NUIG 1-9 UCC 0-7 Report by Adrian McGearty NUIG were out of the traps quick through Galway Inter County star Damien Comer. Eoghan O’Brien pulled off a great save to deny the Galway start the lead but Ends Tierney slotted over the rebound. UCC’s Stephen Sherlock

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A sit down with Dr. Con Murphy – Team Doctor (UCC and Cork)

  • 5th February, 2018

Report by Adrian McGearty Having had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Con Murphy, I had the pleasure to ask him a number of questions relating to his time as a student in UCC. Dr Con was kind enough to give an insight into his background within the college to his own involvement as a member

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UCC overcome Garda College in Sigerson Cup

  • 5th February, 2018

Sigerson Cup 1st round: Garda College 2-7 / UCC 1-12 There were a number of changes made to the side on viewing the squad from the previous higher education League Final win over UL. Nemo Rangers Michael Martin replaced Kerry’s Eoghan O’ Brien in goals as the defensive rearguard remained the

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Fitzgibbon Cup 2nd Round – UCC v UCD

  • 30th January, 2018

Report By Adrian McGearty   Fitzgibbon Cup 2nd Round  (UCC 0-13 /UCD 1-15) The first few minutes started at an extended pace as both teams aimed to show dominance. Rickard Cahalane got straight into the mix. He was fouled on the outbreak and it was up to Darragh Fitzgibbon to take the

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