Colm O'Neill on getting back into Cork Football team
(Colm O'Neill at Bench Towers in the past for an Interview) Colm O'Neill admits the tables have turned for the better as he prepares for an All Ireland Quarter Final against Mayo, this time last year Ballybrit was the sporting venue of choice, for the Galway Races. The Ballyclough club man played his first full championship match last weekend in the qualifier win over Sligo, after returning from a third cruciate ligament injury. The 25 year old contributed a massive 10 points in the victory, and is rewarded with another start from corner forward in Brian Cuthberts team on Sunday. Rebel management have named an unchanged side to take on James Horans charges. Click PLAY above to hear from O'Neill on winning his place back in the team and the competitive nature of training, and tune into the Big Red Bench on Saturday from 6 for our full match preview including interviews with Brian Cuthbert, John Hayes and more from O'Neill.
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