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Rovers frustrated by Cork in Turner's Cross stalemate

Shamrock Rovers extended their unbeaten record to seven games in all competitions, while Cork City remain seven without victory in the league, after a draw at Turner's Cross on Sunday afternoon. Before a crowd of 2,214, the home side led at half-time …Read more

Stalemate in Tallaght as Rovers draw with Cork

A smart Sean Kavanagh cross the interval Cork offered nothing for the first hour but a slip from Roberto Lopes allowed an off-colour Barry McNamee through on goal he dallied and Lopes managed to block Rovers were getting a little frustrated and
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LOI round-up Cork remain top despite Derry stalemate

Derry City 0 Cork City 0 put an end to Sligo Rovers resistance at Oriel Park It looked like Ger Lyttles side had done enough to go home with a point but with 89 minutes on the clock Hoban glanced home a Dane Massey cross to take his tally
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LOI wrap Dundalk rise to the top of Airtricity League

The Lilywhites were on top from the start but were continually frustrated by the heroics of Ger Barron dealt a hammer blow after they were soundly beaten 4-1 by Cork City at Turners Cross thanks to a Danny Morrissey hat-trick
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Cork City 0 Shamrock Rovers 0 16-year-old Hoops keeper Gavin Bazunu saves Kieran Sadlier penalty to earn a point

UNBEATABLE Gavin Bazunu saved a penalty as the champions 100 per cent winning record at home was halted by Shamrock Rovers The 16-year-old great for Bazunu he dropped one cross moments later that had the Cork fans chanting dodgy keeper
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Stalemate edges Candystripes closer to survival

Derry City edged a point closer to securing Premier Division safety with a battling display against Cork City at Turners Cross last night By Eoin Wilson Derry City were left frustrated as they failed to break down a resolute UCD team who left the
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Late Legia wonder-strike breaks Cork City resistance at Turners Cross

City made four changes to the side that was held to a scoreless draw by Shamrock Rovers in their last And the new Cork number 17 had his first touch in the opening seconds as he sliced a cross just wide of his own goal Thankfully for the sold-out
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