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Editorial of a sportsman

Mike McCarthy As everyone interested in sport realises the media has been full of the Andy Gray debacle and I thought the best way of freeing my mind from all of this unexciting sports news was to go for a hike in Killarney. Luckily enough I had been invited by four American students who are […]

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Collins’ quotes column

Darragh Collins rounds up the week’s finest quotes from the sporting world.

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UCC Ladies edge game with mercurial Cotter

A master class of point taking from Orla Cotter, from placed balls, and Shauna Corcoran, in general play, helped UCC Camogie side take the points at the Mardyke

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Hurling: Freshers beaten be fierce rivals

CIT 2-10 – UCC 0-13

A determined display from CIT secured home advantage in the knockout stages of the Fresher’s Hurli.ng League after defeating rivals UCC in their final group game at the Mardyke

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Sid Net: Against the deadline

Sid is not content with the current state of affairs. Join his monologue and see the world through the eyes of a true visionary

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Two wheels take to four

UCC Motorcycle Club go karting. Nevin Power finds correlations between the two, and fun in the differences.

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Ladies Rugby

UCC 12 – NUIG 0
UCC Ladies team braved the elements Tuesday last to take on a physical Galway side which featured Irish international Carol Staunto

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The lads who throw discs on the President’s lawn

Chris O’Keeffe speaks to our Ultimate Frisbee players in UCC.

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Report on WKA Kickboxing World Championship

On October 23rd, three UCC Students and several former members of UCC Kickboxing Club Left Cork Airport bound for the WKA World Championships in Edinburgh, where the toughest and best international fighters amassed for a week of combat seen but once each year

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Late goals secure victory in torrid conditions

UCC 2 – UL O
On a miserable night at the Mardyke Arena, UCC Seniors took a break from league duty to play an intervarsity game against University of Limerick. The wind was high and westerly, the rain torrential; there was no doubting that the weather was going to impact on the course of this game.

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