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Mitchelstown native guides Tipperary ladies to National League title

Mitchelstown native and Tipperary ladies senior football manager, Shane Ronayne, has revealed that a few ‘home truths’ were told at half-time as his side overturned a six-point first-half deficit on Sunday last to eventually...

Cork and Tipp continue hurling championship rivalry on Sunday

With all due respects to the games that have been played to date in the 2017 hurling season, the championship begins in earnest this Sunday, May 21 with the enduring Munster championship clash of Tipperary...

OCS with one eye on the ball at Páirc Uí Chaoímh

OCS are delighted to be working with Cork County Board on the re-development of Páirc Uí Chaoímh’s electrical services, as the stadium enters the final stages of completion. Páirc Uí Chaoímh is a unique stadium;...

Tom O’Callaghan makes history

Local history maker Tom O’Callaghan, who recently became the first Mitchelstown rugby player to represent the Munster Junior side in all three inter-provincial games against Ulster, Leinster and Connacht, has said he is delighted...

Clogheen footballers get into golf

Three Clogheen lady footballers swapped their football boots for golf shoes this week to take part in the Get into Golf Programme at Cahir Park Golf Club. Trisha Hickey, Nora Noonan and Audrey O’Leary who...

Seed is sown on Kilworth Celtic’s second pitch

Following the purchase of grounds Moorepark, Kilworth in 2016, Kilworth Celtic Soccer Club has this weekend reached a further milestone in their ambitious project with the preparation and seeding of their second pitch. The number one pitch...

Shantelle wins European bronze

15-year-old Doneraile student Shantelle Sheehan, travelled to Bulgaria last weekend to represent Ireland in the Taekwondo European Championships and returned with a bronze medal to the delight of her family and friends. Shantelle, a transition...

World Cup trophy visits Fermoy

The Women's Rugby World Cup trophy is currently visiting clubs throughout the country as part of a promotional tour to highlight Ireland's hosting of this prestigious tournament. The competition which will attract the world's top...

Leah brings rugby world cup to Mitchelstown

Ballyhooly’s Irish rugby international Leah Lyons, brought the women’s rugby world cup trophy to Mitchelstown earlier this week as part of the WRWC 2017 Trophy Tour. The tour has already clocked up over 5,000 kilometres...

James Deane takes the win in Poznan

James Deane has done it again, winning yet another competition in Poznan, Poland. Last weekend, the Castletownroche man took the win at the Drift Masters Grand Prix event in Poland. The 25 year old, drove...

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