Fianna Fáil's Sandra Murphy Has Been Eliminated On The 7th Count In The Cork North Central Constituency
Counting is continuing this morning in the Nemo Rangers GAA club
Fianna Fáil's Padraig O'Sullivan and Fine Gael's Colm Burke are expected to take the next two seats following the poll topping success of Sinn Féin's Thomas Gould last evening.
The final seat will be a dog fight and the outcome will depend heavily on transfers with Solidarity's Mick Barry, Independent candidate Ken O'Flynn, Fianna Fáil's Tony Fitzgerald, and Oliver Moran of the Green Party among the top contenders.
Speaking to RedFM News in the count centre this morning Fianna Fáil's Tony Fitzgerald says there's a long day ahead:
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