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      • 69'

        Straight red for Louth's Emmett Carolan

      • 68'

        Collins free puts Cork 15pts up

      • 67'

        Louth now down to 13, Patrick Reilly is off

      • 58'

        Mark Collins point from play for Cork

      • 54'

        Mark Collins goal for Cork

      • 52'

        Mulroy keeping louth respectable

      • 48'

        Mark Collins free.

      • 42'

        Sam Mulroy with a point for Louth

      • 39'

        Paul Kerrigan with his second goal of the game

      • 35'

        Cork lead by 10pts at half time

      • 35'

        Sam Mulroy with his fourth free for Louth

      • 31'

        Sam Mulroy with his third free in a row for Louth

      • 30'

        Mulroy free

      • 28'

        Tommy Durnin point for Louth

      • 23'

        Third GOAL for Cork by Paul Kerrigan

      • 18'

        Second GOAL for Cork, Ian McGuire palms it to the back of the net

      • 16'

        Lovely score from Colm O'Callaghan

      • 14'

        Lovely score by Ruairi Deane from play

      • 10'

        Killian O'Hanlon free puts Cork 3pts up

      • 8'

        Colm O'Callaghan GOAL for Cork

      • 4'

        Paul Walsh from play with Cork getting their first score, they trail by 1pt

      • 4'

        Great start for louth, Anthony Williams from play

      • 2'

        Ryan Burns free for Louth

      • 1'

        Cork kicking into the City End

      • Louth team v Cork - Craig Lynch, Dan Corcoran, Bevan Duffy, Kevin Carr, Fergal Donohue, Emmet Carolan, Anthony Willians, Tommy Durin, Liam Jackson, Conor Early, Robbie Curran, Conall McKeever, Patrick Reilly, Sam Mulroney, Ryan Burns.

      • Cork (FL3 v Louth): Micheál Martin; Kevin Flahive, Maurice Shanley, Paul Ring; Kevin O’ Donovan, Mattie Taylor, Cian Kiely; Ian Maguire, Paul Walsh; Ruairi Deane, Killian O’ Hanlon, Kevin O’Driscoll; Damien Gore, Colm O’Callaghan, Paul Kerrigan. Subs: Anthony Casey, Sam Ryan, Nathan Walsh, Donal O’Mahony, Tadhg Corkery, Sean Meehan, Aidan Browne, Niall Hartnett, Eoghan McSweeney, Jack McCarthy, Mark Collins.

      Results

      TeamScoresPenaltiesOutcome
      Cork05-19Win
      Louth00-16Loss

      Recap

      Its Cork v Louth in the Division two contest, we have a preview and live score commentary from the match that throws in at 4pm Saturday.

      Cork (FL3 v Louth): Micheál Martin; Kevin Flahive, Maurice Shanley, Paul Ring; Kevin O’ Donovan, Mattie Taylor, Cian Kiely; Ian Maguire, Paul Walsh; Ruairi Deane, Killian O’ Hanlon, Kevin O’Driscoll; Damien Gore, Colm O’Callaghan, Paul Kerrigan.

      Subs: Anthony Casey, Sam Ryan, Nathan Walsh, Donal O’Mahony, Tadhg Corkery, Sean Meehan, Aidan Browne, Niall Hartnett, Eoghan McSweeney, Jack McCarthy, Mark Collins.

      The National Football League resumes on October 17th and the Division 3 fixture of Cork vs Louth is one of the first to throw-in. Previously, Cork laid the foundations for promotion to Division 2. Now, their good form earlier in the year leaves them with room for error in the remaining two fixtures.

      Contrastingly, Louth seemed doomed to relegation. After five games they have no points to boast of. However, this could a blessing in disguise. With the pressure now off, the Wee County can use the League to prepare themselves for the Championship.

      Louth follow up their game against Cork by playing another promotion hopeful in Down. Even a maximum return in these two games may not guarantee survival. However, Wayne Kierans will be more focused on the Leinster Championship game against Longford on November 1st. In January, Longford overcame Kierans’ team. Now, the manager will be ready to avenge that loss.

      Meanwhile, Ronan McCarthy will have both eyes on the Championship fixture against Kerry on November 8th. McCarthy is one man who is perhaps relieved at the suspension of Club games. With the Cork Championship finals still to be played, he would have had a host of squad members joining the inter-county set-up at the last minute. More importantly, they were running the risk of injury. For example, Ian Maguire, Brian Hurley, and Michael Hurley all hobbled off in their semi-final. Add this to the already injured Liam O’Donovan and Tomás Clancy and McCarthy may not have had the ideal prep needed for the Kerry game.

      After a disappointing season in 2019 which saw them relegated from Division 2 and lose all three Super 8 games, Cork are out to prove their worth.

      Allianz National League Division 3: Cork vs Louth, Saturday October 17th, 4pm (Páirc Uí Chaoimh).

      https://www.sportsnewsireland.com/gaa/weekend-gaa-fixtures-results-25th-26th-27th-july-2020/

      https://twitter.com/officialgaa/status/1313789219576438786

      Details

      Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
      October 17, 2020 16:00 GAA - Division 3 Football 2020 17/10/20 70'

      Venue

      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, The Marina, Dundanion, Mahon A, Cork, Cork City 2019, County Cork, Munster, T12 Y0EH, Ireland

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