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Ross and Haven join Skibbereen in last four of Cork SFC

September 13th, 2015 8:48 PM

By Southern Star Team

Castlehaven's Mark Collins breaks away from Ballincollig's Sean Kiely during the Cork county SFC quarter-final at Dunmanway on Saturday evening.

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BY KIERAN McCARTHY

THREE of the last four teams in the Cork senior football championship are from West Cork.

Castlehaven set-up a huge semi-final derby against O’Donovan Rossa after they defeated reigning county champions, Ballincollig, 1-14 to 1-11 in Dunmanway on Saturday evening. Brian Hurley scored 1-6 for the Haven who led 1-7 to 1-3 at the break – Cian Dorgan scored an early penalty for the champs.

In a tight second half the Haven did enough to advance to a semi-final against Skibbereen to be played on Sunday, October 4th in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, 2014 defeated finalists Carbery Rangers defeated Duhallow 1-15 to 1-7, with John O’Rourke scoring 1-4 in the opening half. Ross now meet Nemo Rangers in the other semi-final, as Nemo were far too strong for St Nick’s, winning 5-11 to 0-3.

BY KIERAN McCARTHY

THREE of the last four teams in the Cork senior football championship are from West Cork.

Castlehaven set-up a huge semi-final derby against O’Donovan Rossa after they defeated reigning county champions, Ballincollig, 1-14 to 1-11 in Dunmanway on Saturday evening. Brian Hurley scored 1-6 for the Haven who led 1-7 to 1-3 at the break – Cian Dorgan scored an early penalty for the champs.

In a tight second half the Haven did enough to advance to a semi-final against Skibbereen to be played on Sunday, October 4th in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, 2014 defeated finalists Carbery Rangers defeated Duhallow 1-15 to 1-7, with John O’Rourke scoring 1-4 in the opening half. Ross now meet Nemo Rangers in the other semi-final, as Nemo were far too strong for St Nick’s, winning 5-11 to 0-3.

BY KIERAN McCARTHY

THREE of the last four teams in the Cork senior football championship are from West Cork.

Castlehaven set-up a huge semi-final derby against O’Donovan Rossa after they defeated reigning county champions, Ballincollig, 1-14 to 1-11 in Dunmanway on Saturday evening. Brian Hurley scored 1-6 for the Haven who led 1-7 to 1-3 at the break – Cian Dorgan scored an early penalty for the champs.

In a tight second half the Haven did enough to advance to a semi-final against Skibbereen to be played on Sunday, October 4th in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, 2014 defeated finalists Carbery Rangers defeated Duhallow 1-15 to 1-7, with John O’Rourke scoring 1-4 in the opening half. Ross now meet Nemo Rangers in the other semi-final, as Nemo were far too strong for St Nick’s, winning 5-11 to 0-3.

BY KIERAN McCARTHY

THREE of the last four teams in the Cork senior football championship are from West Cork.

Castlehaven set-up a huge semi-final derby against O’Donovan Rossa after they defeated reigning county champions, Ballincollig, 1-14 to 1-11 in Dunmanway on Saturday evening. Brian Hurley scored 1-6 for the Haven who led 1-7 to 1-3 at the break – Cian Dorgan scored an early penalty for the champs.

In a tight second half the Haven did enough to advance to a semi-final against Skibbereen to be played on Sunday, October 4th in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, 2014 defeated finalists Carbery Rangers defeated Duhallow 1-15 to 1-7, with John O’Rourke scoring 1-4 in the opening half. Ross now meet Nemo Rangers in the other semi-final, as Nemo were far too strong for St Nick’s, winning 5-11 to 0-3.

BY KIERAN McCARTHY

THREE of the last four teams in the Cork senior football championship are from West Cork.

Castlehaven set-up a huge semi-final derby against O’Donovan Rossa after they defeated reigning county champions, Ballincollig, 1-14 to 1-11 in Dunmanway on Saturday evening. Brian Hurley scored 1-6 for the Haven who led 1-7 to 1-3 at the break – Cian Dorgan scored an early penalty for the champs.

In a tight second half the Haven did enough to advance to a semi-final against Skibbereen to be played on Sunday, October 4th in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, 2014 defeated finalists Carbery Rangers defeated Duhallow 1-15 to 1-7, with John O’Rourke scoring 1-4 in the opening half. Ross now meet Nemo Rangers in the other semi-final, as Nemo were far too strong for St Nick’s, winning 5-11 to 0-3.

BY KIERAN McCARTHY

THREE of the last four teams in the Cork senior football championship are from West Cork.

Castlehaven set-up a huge semi-final derby against O’Donovan Rossa after they defeated reigning county champions, Ballincollig, 1-14 to 1-11 in Dunmanway on Saturday evening. Brian Hurley scored 1-6 for the Haven who led 1-7 to 1-3 at the break – Cian Dorgan scored an early penalty for the champs.

In a tight second half the Haven did enough to advance to a semi-final against Skibbereen to be played on Sunday, October 4th in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, 2014 defeated finalists Carbery Rangers defeated Duhallow 1-15 to 1-7, with John O’Rourke scoring 1-4 in the opening half. Ross now meet Nemo Rangers in the other semi-final, as Nemo were far too strong for St Nick’s, winning 5-11 to 0-3.

BY KIERAN McCARTHY

THREE of the last four teams in the Cork senior football championship are from West Cork.

Castlehaven set-up a huge semi-final derby against O’Donovan Rossa after they defeated reigning county champions, Ballincollig, 1-14 to 1-11 in Dunmanway on Saturday evening. Brian Hurley scored 1-6 for the Haven who led 1-7 to 1-3 at the break – Cian Dorgan scored an early penalty for the champs.

In a tight second half the Haven did enough to advance to a semi-final against Skibbereen to be played on Sunday, October 4th in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, 2014 defeated finalists Carbery Rangers defeated Duhallow 1-15 to 1-7, with John O’Rourke scoring 1-4 in the opening half. Ross now meet Nemo Rangers in the other semi-final, as Nemo were far too strong for St Nick’s, winning 5-11 to 0-3.

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