Dylan O'Connell

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Katie McCarthy: "Playing in the Aviva is something you dream about"

All roads lead to the capital for Cork City Women’s FC, as the Rebel Army gear up for a chance to claim their first piece of silverware when they take on UCD Waves. Yet, despite still in their twilight years, ...

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Zero Year: John Caulfield and the rise of Cork City FC

His name is etched in stone on Leeside, met with disdain in the capital and nostalgia out west.

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World Cup Qualifier Preview: Republic of Ireland -v- Moldova

With qualification on threads; the Republic of Ireland will be facing an uphill struggle as they take on Moldova this evening at the Aviva Stadium (kick off 7:45, live on RTE 2).

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Cork City Women launch underage academies

The initiative, which offers coaching for girls at under-8, under-10 and under-18 level, hopes to build further grassroots supports for football in Cork.

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League Preview: Cork City -v- Dundalk

Cork City will be crowned league champions with a victory at Turners Cross as the Rebel Army prepare for one final push against old rivals Dundalk (kick off 7.20pm, live on RTE2).

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FAI Cup Preview: Longford Town -v- Cork City

A re-energised Longford Town return to cup action this evening as they plan to cause a major upset as they take on Cork City at the City Calling Stadium (kick-off 7pm).

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Damien Richardson: 'The standard of defending in the League has dropped'

Damien Richardson is a godfather in Irish football. A club legend at Shamrock Rovers and a figure of folklore on Leeside.

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Stepping up and stepping in: Christina Dring

Following a whirlwind move from Carrigaline United to Cork City Women’s FC; Christina Dring has been thriving at the Rebel Army with two three games for City.

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League Preview: Cork City -v- Limerick FC

Derby day for Cork City FC as the Rebel Army take on Limerick at Turners Cross (Kick off at 8:00, live on EIR Sport 1) with the Rebel Army hoping to keep the momentum going and make it five wins ...

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Cork City still waiting for underage success to filter up to senior level

John Caulfield admitted his disappointment at the lack of talent coming through to the senior team.

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League Preview: Dundalk FC -v- Cork City City

Dundalk’s title hopes could be reignited with a win over bitter rivals Cork City FC at Oriel Park as the reigning champions hope to go into the summer break on a high. (Kick-off 7:30pm live on RTE 2).

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League Preview: Cork City -v- Shamrock Rovers

Cork City FC will be hoping to make it twenty-two games unbeaten competitively, as they take on Shamrock Rovers at Turners Cross on Friday evening (kick off 7:45pm).

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Time for a Rovers revival in Tallaght

With the last of the squad members who played with Shamrock Rovers five years ago in the Europa League group stages departed, Dylan O’Connell takes a look at how the club were not able to build on the success of ...

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UEFA Youth League Report: Cotk City 1 - 0 HJK Helsinki

Aaron Drinan was the hero for Cork City FC U19s as the Rebel Army recorded Irish footballing history as they overcame Finnish opposition HJK Helsinki 1-0 (on the night and on aggregate) in the UEFA Youth League at Turners Cross ...

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U19 Cup Final Report: Cork City U19 2 - 0 St Patrick's Athletic U19

Conor McCarthy was the hero as Cork City FC enjoyed a 2-0 victory over St. Patrick’s Athletic to lift the Enda McGuill Cup at Turners Cross.

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League Report: Cork City 5 - 2 Longford Town

Cork City returned to winning ways in Turner’s Cross in emphatic style with a 5-2 victory over Longford Town in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division on Friday night.

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FAI Cup Report: Ringmahon Rangers 1 - 4 Cobh Ramblers

In a dreary Turner's Cross on Saturday evening, Cobh Ramblers defeated Munster League side Ringmahon Rangers by four goals to one to progress to the next round of the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup.

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