Cork's RedFM Senior Hurling League Interviews
Diarmuid O'Leary, CEO Cork's RedFM, with representatives of all 16 Cork's RedFM Senior Hurling League Clubs. Photo credit: Jim CoughlanThe launch of the 2014 Cork's RedFM Senior Hurling League took place last night. Representatives of all 16 clubs were in attendance ahead of the start of the league this weekend. We spoke to all 16 clubs - press PLAY above to hear 0.00 Padraig Gould, Na Piarsaigh (defending champions) 5.00 Ian Kenefick, Midleton 7.33 Brian Corry, Ballymartle 10.08 Colm Coakley, Erin's Own 13.27 James Goggin, St. Finbarr's 16.06 Brendan O'Sullivan, Youghal 19.10 Alan Barry, Douglas 21.50 Tadhg Óg Murphy, Sarsfields 25.13 Paul Honohan, Bishopstown 28.06 Ryan Fallon, Newtownshandrum 30.07 Robert White, Carrigtwohill 31.53 Gavin Moloney, Courcey Rovers 34.20 Patrick O'Brien, Killeagh 36.00 Graham Callinan, Glen Rovers 39.37 Michael Collins, Bride Rovers 41.27 Brian Ahern, Blackrock The league starts this weekend, the first round of fixtures is below. You can find the list of fixtures on the Cork GAA Website 01/03/2014 17:00 Sarsfields - vs - Ballymartle 19:00 Killeagh - vs - Newtownshandrum 02/03/2014 00:00 Youghal - vs - Glen Rovers 14:00 Bride Rovers - vs - Douglas 14:30 Na Piarsaigh - vs - St Finbarrs 15:00 Courcey Rovers - vs - Blackrock 04/03/2014 20:00 Bishopstown - vs - Carrigtwohill
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