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# emphatic
Cork and Kerry stars combine for 1-12 as CIT clinch Trench Cup with 14-point win
Mary I were outgunned by the Cork victors at DCU.
# Third Level
Jamie Wall's Mary I cruise past CIT into Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals
Aaron Gillane clipped over eight points for the victors.
# Business end
All-Dublin clash for 2018 finalists DCU - here's the Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final draw
Elsewhere, it’s LIT v NUIG, Mary I v CIT and UCC v IT Carlow.
# success
Cork IT overcome Waterford IT to reach Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-finals
They knew only a win would be good enough to qualify to the last eight of the tournament.
# Cork GAA
'He will embrace the challenge with enthusiasm': Ricken recommended as new Cork U20 boss
The Cork IT Sigerson Cup manager is set to take over as Cork’s new U20 boss.
# Last Eight
UCD book Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final spot after seeing off CIT
DJ Foran was instrumental in a 1-17 to 1-12 win at Belfield tonight.
# thursday night hurling
Strong second-half showing sees UCC earn Fitzgibbon Cup bragging rights over CIT
The 2018 Fitzgbibbon Cup got underway this evening.
# international space university
This Irish space balloon mission captured stunning photos of the earth this week
The International Space University is hosting its 30th Space Studies Program at CIT this summer.
# on the hunt
€4,000 reward offered after dead dolphin pictured at Cork student party
Pictures circulated online of Cork students dancing with what appears to be a dead dolphin.
# Flying Start
Tipp's McGrath and Waterford's Bennett hit the net as UL see off CIT in Fitzgibbon opener
The side managed by Clare great Brian Lohan had a 13-point win today in Limerick.
# Champions
O'Keeffe inspires Cork IT to All-Ireland fresher hurling glory against DCU
The corner-forward scored 1-7 as the Cork college secured a three-point victory.
# bubble blow
Tipp star Bubbles given straight red but CIT rally to claim four-point win
John O’Dwyer scored eight points before he was dismissed in the 45th minute.
# too strong
Tipp's O'Dwyer and Cork's Coughlan the scoring stars as CIT claim 24-point Fitzgibbon win
Comfortable win for the Cork college against GMIT tonight.
# Rising Stars
Cork and Belfast will host next year's Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cup final weekends
CIT and Jordanstown are the hosts for the 2016 third-level deciders.
# Job Done
Bubbles and Walsh in scoring form as CIT beat UCD to clinch home Fitzgibbon quarter-final
The Tipperary and Cork senior forwards both showed up well tonight.
# Scoring Star
Bubbles O'Dwyer is key as CIT make strong Fitzgibbon start while LIT and UCD also triumph
Last year’s finalists defeated DCU today.
# Late Rally
Two Darren McCarthy goals have helped Cork into the Waterford Crystal Cup semi-finals
A late Rebels rally sets them up for a semi-final against Clare or Tipperary.
# Comeback
SNAPSHOT: Keith Earls is back in training with Munster
The winger has recovered from the knee injury that ruled him out of Ireland’s Six Nations bid.
# Winning
Waterford IT claim Fitzgibbon Cup with victory over Cork IT
The two sides met in Queens today.
Waterford IT v Cork IT, Fitzgibbon Cup final
Queen’s University in Belfast hosted today’s colleges hurling showdown.
# Comment
5 talking points before today's Fitzgibbon Cup final between WIT and CIT
The teams meet in today’s final in Queen’s University in Belfast.
# Nailbiter
VIDEO: The gripping finale to today's CIT and UCC Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final
CIT booked a place in tomorrow’s final against WIT.
# College Stars
O'Dwyer the hero as CIT defeat reigning Fitzgibbon Cup champions UCC in semi-final
They now advance to face WIT in tomorrow’s final in Belfast.
# Legends
Memory Lane – 19 current GAA stars in action in their Fitzgibbon Cup days
Henry Shefflin, Eoin Kelly and Joe Canning are some of those who have lined out in recent years.
# College Stars
How do the four teams on the hunt for the Fitzgibbon Cup title rank?
Limerick IT take on Waterford IT tomorrow while UCC face Cork IT.
# Ready to go
Here are this week’s fixtures in the 2014 Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cups
DIT, WIT, UCC and UCD are among the teams in action over the next seven days.
# winners
UCC prove too strong for CIT in Sigerson Cup quarter-final tie
UCC will now face NUI Maynooth in a repeat of their 2012 semi-final tie.
# Rising Stars
8 key players in Sigerson Cup action tomorrow for UCD, DCU, UCC and CIT
UCD meet DCU at Belfield while UCC take on CIT at the Mardyke.
# Strong start
Cork IT take the honours against Davy Fitz's Limerick IT in Fitzgibbon Cup tie
David Drake struck the only goal of the game for the home side.
# finalists
Kerry and Cork to contest next weekend's McGrath Cup decider after semi-final wins
Kerry defeated Cork IT while Cork were far too strong for UL.
# Progress
Cork, Kerry, CIT and UL claim victories in McGrath Cup quarter-finals
The opening games in the Munster pre-season Gaelic football competition took place today.
# Cancer
Irish men more likely to get cancer and die from it than women
Men are also three times more likely to get bowel, lung, bladder and stomach cancer than women.
# Rebels Derby
Fitzgibbon Cup: UCC edge out local rivals CIT
The two Cork colleges squared off this afternoon in a quarter-final clash that was a repeat of last year’s decider.
# Crunch Clashes
Fitzgibbon Cup reaches last eight
The first two quarter-finals of the third-level hurling competition take place today.
# Third Level
Here's your 2013 Sigerson Cup Guide: Part 1
This year’s Sigerson Cup throws in on Tuesday afternoon. Here’s the first part of a team guide to the competition.
Waterford Crystal Cup: Winning starts for Cork and Limerick
The Rebels saw off UCC while Limerick were too strong for Mary Immaculate.
# Budget 2013
Readers' Panel Part Two: What are you expecting from the Budget?
We spoke to some readers about their hopes and fears ahead of today’s budget. Here’s what they had to say, in their own words.
# Double Blow
Heineken Cup blow for Munster as Earls and du Preez ruled out of French trip
There is a silver lining to the selection cloud as Felix Jones is in line for a comeback.
# Ratoath
Shot fired as attempted robbery foiled in Meath
The raiders threatened the staff in a cash-in-transit van with a hammer during the attempted raid in Ratoath.
# Bossmen
‘Robust’ discussions between Rob Penney and Declan Kidney over Irish stars
The new Munster coach wants to build up a good working relationship with the national team.