Sport Headlines 18th July
The Cork footballers will learn their next qualifier opponents this morning.
The Rebels will face either Donegal or Westmeath - that draw will take place at 8.30 this morning.
Locally St Finbarrs and Erins Own will have to meet again in the senior hurling championship after an epic draw in Pairc uí Rinn yesterday.
A full roundup of the weekend's local action and reaction from the Cork football camp is available on our podcast HERE
Swedish golfer Henrik Stenson is waking up as the Open champion this morning.
He won the Claret Jug with a final round of 63 at Royal Troon after an epic battle with Phil Mickelson.
Cork City take on Wolves in a pre season friendly this evening - that's in Turners Cross at 7.45.
And Chris Froome continues to lead the Tour de France heading into today's 16th stage
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