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Football: Cadogan training harder than ever: P52
Rugby: Ronan is a
SOCCER: All the latest from local soccer: 37-47
class act on and off the field: P50
PBC win Senior Cup PBC team celebrate after defeating Coláiste Spioraid Naomh in the Cork Senior Schools Cup final at Turner’s Cross yesterday. See page 38 for match report.
Picture: Eddie O'Hare
ST FINBARR’S will be without team captain Ronan Curran for their opening game in the Cork County SHC against Glen Rovers on Sunday June 2nd in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. The former Cork star centre-back damaged his achilles tendon recently, and
By JOHN HORGAN he will be a long-term absentee for the Blues as they seek to regain lost glories. Also out of the equation for the eagerly-awaited clash with their great rivals from Blackpool is another of their
key players, scoring forward Eoghan Finn, who will be marked absent with a broken knuckle that he sustained in the opening round of the county SFC against St Nicholas. And there are major doubts too surrounding the availability of another one of their marquee names, Eoin Keane, who hasn’t featured since being injured in last season’s football semi against Castlehaven.
Cathal McCarthy is also considered to doubtful. He hasn’t featured for the club in the league since being injured in that same game with Haven, but he is hoping to get some league action this weekend. ●See P53-51 for more GAA.
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