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All six of Cork’s starting forwards scored, and they harried and hassled Kilkenny throughout as well as stretching the Kilkenny defence with their relentless movement. First, he made a brilliant block to keep out an effort from Mark Collins when the Castlehaven man was clean through, and then he denied Hurley with an equally brave effort. Both teams have moved on considerably since then – in terms of personnel at least – with Michael Meehan, Seán Armstrong and Finian Hanley Galway’s survivors and Graham Canty and Noel O’Leary still in place for Cork.Kilkenny got the opening score through Eoin Larkin, but Cork fought back well and hit the next three points, all from Horgan, to move 0-3 to 0-1 clear after seven minutes. Galway seemed inspired by his efforts, and after Cork had hit two frees to cut the Galway lead, Galway wing-back Gary Sice stormed up the left wing to make it 0-14 to 0-11 with less than 15 minutes to go. The simple truth of the matter is that for the losers on Saturday, their season will be judged as a failure.The cartels are at the top end of the drug spectrum, but for a line of ‘Charlie’ to reach the streets there are many, many others getting rich.The insatiable appetite for cocaine and other illicit drugs across Ireland has spawned empires which deal in murder and misery.----------------------------------- Pick up your copy of our latest Irish Scene, or download your copy. Contact Fred This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.
Horgan again, Seamus Harnedy and Jamie Coughlan all hit the target from play as Cork’s great movement and pressing from the front back clearly upset the champions. Cork were determined though, and finally found the net their attacking play had deserved on 66 minutes. After struggling against Tipp and Waterford, at least Alan Mulholland’s side showed some zip in the 1-11 to 0-9 defeat of Armagh, although the Orchard County hadn’t exactly set the competition alight (the eight-goal mauling of a demoralised Leitrim aside) prior to that.
Ciaran has also played numerous theatre roles including 'Dandini' in Cinderella, Aladdin, Peter Pan, Hawth Theatre, Gaveroche in Les Misérables, 'Lozzo' in Off The Streets Project, 'Scot' in Brassed Off and Vince in Two Princes, both the latter for Theatr Clwyd.