Top for sport in West Cork

Aidan Walsh has committed to the Cork hurlers for next season.

The Cork cross-country championships at Riverstick on Sunday will see a new trophy up for grabs in the junior men's race.

Four finals down for decision in Carbery this weekend.

Published: 14:36 Tue 28 Oct 2014
Vice-captain: Aidan Walsh.

Ireland manager Paul Earley names his 25-man panel for the upcoming series test against Australia.

Published: 16:12 Sun 26 Oct 2014

A CHINA-BASED Clonakilty man is making big jumps in the equestrian world.

Brian Morrison, from Clonakilty, is a member of the U25 high performance Irish eventing squad that has enjoyed major success over

Published: 18:04 Sat 25 Oct 2014

THE Westlodge Hotel Fastnet Rally tops the motorsport and indeed the sporting agenda in West Cork this weekend.

Down through the years Cork drivers have enjoyed considerable success in this event.

Published: 18:13 Fri 24 Oct 2014

ONE of the most keenly contested classes within the Westlodge Hotel Fastnet Rally is likely to be Class 11.

Published: 13:07 Fri 24 Oct 2014
Cork City FC

DESPITE knowing that a draw is good enough to secure the SSE Airtricity League title at Dundalk on Friday night.

Published: 09:43 Thu 23 Oct 2014
James O'Donoghue

For the second year in a row, Cork have no players selected on the All-Stars football team.

Published: 10:19 Wed 22 Oct 2014

Ballincollig's George Durrant named man of the match from county senior football final

Published: 14:05 Mon 20 Oct 2014
Big loss: Liam Coombes, pictured in action for St Fachtna's against DLS Macroom in last season's Corn Uí Mhuirí semi-final, is not involved in the team this campaign.

Surprise Simcox defeat a timely reminder to Skibbereen school

Published: 14:00 Sun 19 Oct 2014
David Lordan

Ballincollig captain David Lordan ready for his big county SFC final day.

Published: 11:35 Sun 19 Oct 2014
Hayes brothers

Brothers John and Seamus Hayes have come a long way since childhood games in their front garden.

Published: 09:10 Tue 28 Oct 2014
Rally winner

Plenty of local success for Cork crews in big event held in Bantry on Sunday

Published: 13:06 Sun 26 Oct 2014

ALL-IRELAND U18 road bowling champion, 16-year-old Mairead O'Driscoll from Castletownshend, has been chosen as the quarterly Celtic Ross West Cork Youth Sports Star award winner.

Published: 15:13 Sat 25 Oct 2014

JOHN Hayes insists Carbery Rangers will 'stick together and come back stronger' following their heart-breaking county senior football final defeat to Ballincollig last Sunday.

Published: 16:03 Fri 24 Oct 2014

Killeagh/Ita's 6-14

Clonakilty 0-8

SINCE the inception of the county U21 B hurling championship in 2010, the title had been claimed by a team from Imokilly on three occasions.

Published: 11:06 Fri 24 Oct 2014

LAST week, as we watched Glen Rovers being annihilated by Sars in the county hurling final, our thought was that if there's one thing worse than losing a final, it's not turning up for the game.

Published: 14:22 Wed 22 Oct 2014
2014 Cork SFC Final

Relive Ballincollig's historic Cork SFC final victory over Carbery Rangers with our fantastic slideshow. To purchase any photos just contact the Star office at 028-21200.

Published: 19:01 Mon 20 Oct 2014
Cork SFC final fans

Fans of both newly-crowned Cork SFC champions Ballincollig and Carbery Rangers were out in their numbers for Sunday's epic senior football decider at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

Published: 20:15 Sun 19 Oct 2014
John Cottrell

Valley Rovers claimed the Billy Long Cup and a return to the county senior football ranks once again following a convincing victory over Na Piarsaigh.

Published: 13:12 Sun 19 Oct 2014
Anthony Hayes

Carbery Rangers fan Anthony Hayes wants to hear the 'Jolly Old Ranger' sung in joy this Sunday night

Published: 19:14 Sat 18 Oct 2014
It will be a dream come true when John O'Rourke competes for Carbery Rangers in a county final this Sunday.

JOHN O'Rourke started the sparring. But John Hayes landed the telling punch.

Southern Star Sports Poll

In light of Aidan Walsh's decision to concentrate on Cork hurling next season, is there room for dual players in modern-day GAA?