Stephen Walsh

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Start Date: Aug. 1, 2014, 7:08 p.m.


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Stephen Walsh is an reporter since August 2014 as one can see by looking at his LinkedIn page in the bottom right hand corner. Stephen mainly covers games for Cork City and Cobh Ramblers but rarely provides any live updates owing to him working in a statistics capacity at the majority of these games.

The highlight of Stephen’s time writing with has been covering the Republic of Ireland vs Bosnia Herzegovina match in the Aviva Stadium back in November 2015. The lowlight though would have to be missing a penalty against in a Media 6 a side tournament in May 2016.

Stephen is currently studying to be a primary school teacher in Marino Institute of Education.

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Stephen Walsh Betting Column (25th March 2017)

We are back for another week in the hope of finally getting the magic three results correct. Last weekend was another poor result in that of our initial three predictions we only had one right with Derry City emerging victorious, ...

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Stephen Walsh's Betting Column (17th March 2017)

Well for the fourth week in the row the column narrowly missed out on the perfect result with Bray Wanderers and Cork City failing to win their games by the amount we in the column were hoping for so as ...

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League Report: Cork City 2 - 1 Sligo Rovers

Sean Maguire again proved that he is on fire for Cork City as his second half strike was enough to give Cork City a three point lead at the top of the table following Dundalk’s defeat away to Derry City ...

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Stephen Walsh's Betting Column (13th March 2017) - UPDATED

Sadly our third time lucky omen didn’t shine through on Friday night as Shamrock Rovers decided to spoil the bet losing by the bare minimum to Derry City in Tallaght Stadium. So with renewed energy after much encouragement from the ...

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Stephen Walsh Betting Column (March 10th 2017)

Well like a number of teams across the two divisions we have yet to claim our first win of the season, however, fingers crossed it will be third time lucky after Longford Town let the docket down last week.

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Caulfield happy with first home league victory of the season

Before starting his press conference on Friday night in the aftermath of his side’s comprehensive 4-0 victory over bottom side Galway United, John Caulfield kept the assembled press waiting to ask questions as he wanted to put on record his ...

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Delaney delighted with first City goal

Ryan Delaney was delighted with the result on Friday night and his goal in Cork City’s 4-0 victory over Galway United at Turner’s Cross.

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League Report: Cork City 4 - 0 Galway United

Cork City easily dismissed the challenge of Galway United in front of 3,335 spectators at Turners Cross tonight.

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Stephen Walsh Betting Column (Mar 3 2017)

Stephen tips Cork City, Bray Wanderers and Longford Town to do the business.

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Henderson labels late Wexford equaliser 'a disgrace' as Cobh draw opener

Stephen Henderson was an annoyed character when he spoke to the assembled media in the aftermath of his side’s opening day draw at home to Wexford.

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League Report: Cobh Ramblers 1 - 1 Wexford

Lee Duffy headed home in the closing stages to give Wexford a share of the spoils after Dean Swords had given the Rams the lead with a well-taken free kick.

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Stephen Walsh Betting Column (Feb 24, 2017)

Shamrock Rovers, Limerick and Waterford to pay out this week.

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Cork City to sign Christian Nanetti

Cork City will this week announce the signing of Christian Nanetti from Welling United this week. Welling United play in the Vanarama National South.

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Caulfield happy with Cobh test

Cork City finished off their final pre-season friendly game with a 3-1 victory over local rivals Cobh Ramblers in St. Colman’s Park.

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Caulfield 'delighted' as Cork City notch first win of the season

In the aftermath of the game in a much warmer club house, manager John Caulfield told the assembled media of his delight with the performance in a win that will put them playing either Avondale or Blarney United in the ...

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Friendly Report: Cobh Ramblers 0 - 1 Cobh Wanderers

Cobh Wanderers emerged on top of a derby dubbed “El ClassicCobh”with a 1-0 win over Cobh Ramblers as a figure of over €1,500 was raised from spectators as part of a fundraiser for a new playground in the harbour town.

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Book Review: Family Life, Death and Football by Michael Calvin

Back in the summer of 2009, journalist Michael Calvin approached the then Millwall manager Kenny Jackett asking permission to cover the club with a view to creating a book. This project became ‘Family Life, Death and Football: A year on ...

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Book Review: John Fallon - Connacht: The Team that Refused to Die

2016 will be remembered by sporting fans as the year of the underdog with both Connacht and Leicester City emerging triumphant when the odds were stacked heavily against them. In Connacht’s case they were 50/1 at the start of the ...

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Cork City appoint former player Liam Kearney as first team coach

The Conna native last played for Cork City back in 2015 before leaving to link up with Premier UK Soccer in the states where he coached in North Carolina to a variety of players from under-8s up to under-18.

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Book Review: Walk tall by Rob Heffernan

Rob Heffernan the Cork born athlete who people normally hear about every four years when the Olympic bandwagon rolls into town, launched his biography a few months back, but between the jigs and reels of completing college assignments it is ...

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Book Review: Second City By Neal Horgan

Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book written in 2014 by Neal Horgan or “Hoggy” as he is referred to as by a generation of Cork City fans, it was nice to find out that the following season 2009 was also ...

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UEFA Youth League Report: Cork City U19 1 - 3 AS Roma

Two goals in the final seven minutes gave Roma the lead ahead of the second leg of this UEFA Youth League Round of 16 clash in Turners Cross tonight as they defeated Cork City 3-1 in the opening legs.

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Book Review: Joey Barton - No Nonsense

Before I wrote this book review, I asked a few people what they thought about Joey Barton. None of the responses can be reproduced.

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League Play-off Report: Cobh Ramblers 0 - 2 Drogheda United

I'ts advantage Drogheda United heading into next Friday’s second leg after they defeated Cobh Ramblers thanks to two second half goals in three minutes from Marc Griffin and Garreth McCaffrey at St. Colman’s Park on Saturday night.

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League Report: Cork City 3 - 1 St Patrick's Athletic

Cork City defeated St. Patrick’s Athletic tonight in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division clash played in Turners Cross in front of 1,880 spectators.

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