Shane Stapleton and Fintan O’Toole of The 42 discuss the Cork senior football championships, as Castlehaven qualify for their first final since 2015 where they will meet champions Nemo Rangers.
Castlehaven won a hugely dramatic Cork SFC semi-final clash with St Finbarr’s to qualify for their first county final since 2-15.
Fintan O’Toole of The 42 was there to see the drama unfold and explains the scenes, including word filtering around the ground during the game that the final may not be played the following weekend.
At that stage, it became clear that NPHET would be recommending that the country move to level five restrictions, though the government have since decided on level three.
We also look at Nemo Rangers making their way back to another Cork decider after victory over Duhallow.
As things stand, there is no date set for the Rebel football final due to the GAA deciding to suspend all games.
There will perhaps be room for unfinished championships to be completed when or if their county teams are eliminated early from the All-Ireland inter-county season.
O’Toole speaks about the scenes in Blackrock and other parishes which compelled the GAA to make their decision, and the potential fallout from it.
Click play on the video at the top of the page to watch the discussion.
Derry SFC final
Slaughtneil 0-11 Magherafelt 1-4
Galway SFC final
Moycullen 2-12 Mountbellew-Moylough 1-11
Offaly SFC final
Rhode 1-9 Tullamore 1-7
Meath SFC final
Ratoath 1-14 Gaeil Colmcille 1-13
Limerick SFC final
Adare 4-7 Ballylanders 0-4
Wexford SFC final
Starlights 1-11 Castletown 1-9
Cavan SFC final replay
Crosserlough 0-13 Kingscourt Stars 0-8
Kildare SFC final
Athy 1-11 Moorefield 0-12
Cork SFC semi-finals
Nemo Rangers 0-14 Duhallow 2-7
St Finbarr’s 1-13 Castlehaven 1-13 AET (Castlehaven win penalty shootout 4-3)
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