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    Cork AUL 2023/24

    New thread for the season.

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    @Fruice who is the East Cork team ? Any ideas ?

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    Heard knocka and watergrasshill going 1st division.

    I see parkview back training after folding last season hopefully keep it going.

    2 temple teams gone, killumney, Glenthorn b anyone else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. football View Post
    Heard knocka and watergrasshill going 1st division.

    I see parkview back training after folding last season hopefully keep it going.

    2 temple teams gone, killumney, Glenthorn b anyone else?
    Heard ard na laoi have folded too. Sad to see them go they're around a long time

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    Jeez that would be sad to see Ard Na Laoi go a traditional club they kept things going along time.

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    They were only advertising for a new manager 4 days ago

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    Knocka contacting all the usual "big hitters" in the Northside

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    Anyone know is there any truth in a few of the coachford players following there manager and leaving Coachford behind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AULboy View Post
    Anyone know is there any truth in a few of the coachford players following there manager and leaving Coachford behind?


    Where did the manager go out of interest.?

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    Talk up around my way is hes after getting involved with Macroom Seniors. Don’t know how true any of it is tho

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    That would be the end of this era of invincibility surely. Opportunity for some team.

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    With all these suggested moves going on who will emerge from the pack in Premier.

    With Coahford maybe in transition and Knocka Celtic returning will they take from the likes of Grattan our Glenthorn.

    Could Corkbeg or Springfield step up or maybe one of the new comers Grangevale or UCC.

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    From what I'm told Coachford will be still a force to be reckoned next season and will have pretty much the same squad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Play it out View Post
    From what I'm told Coachford will be still a force to be reckoned next season and will have pretty much the same squad.
    I’m hearing watergrasshill are team of the year ..congratulations to them but some call they didn’t win their league but won 2cups you would think a league was a requirement for that also 1cup was a reward for not being good enough to win a higher ranking cup .

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    Coachford were best team, deserved to get it.

    Premier & AOH double.
    Mossie Finalists.
    Out of Cork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Play it out View Post
    Coachford were best team, deserved to get it.

    Premier & AOH double.
    Mossie Finalists.
    Out of Cork.
    totally agree with you ..must win your league imo be it premier or premier A or div 1 ..coachford deserve the accolades winning a treble isn’t easy .

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    I suppose the fact Watergrasshill are new winner helps and they had a brilliant season.

    I think Coachford won it last season which came against them and their carry on in the Mossy final wouldn’t have helped also

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    Ya know what Mr Musrard, u are right.
    Last season was a disaster planning wise,,,,,hard to say anyteam was given a fair go,,,,,,the Aul will choose who they want either way
    ant and most of us won't care

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    Quote Originally Posted by fruice View Post
    With all these suggested moves going on who will emerge from the pack in Premier.

    With Coahford maybe in transition and Knocka Celtic returning will they take from the likes of Grattan our Glenthorn.

    Could Corkbeg or Springfield step up or maybe one of the new comers Grangevale or UCC.

    Springfield were looking good towards the end of last season see if they can build on that.

    Corkbeg under new management who are looking to distance themsleves from the GAA crowd.

    A lot of the GAA lads left them down last year once the GAA season picked up. They might struggle for numbers


    Have knocka been assigned a division yet or made any signings ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hacker View Post
    Springfield were looking good towards the end of last season see if they can build on that.

    Corkbeg under new management who are looking to distance themsleves from the GAA crowd.

    A lot of the GAA lads left them down last year once the GAA season picked up. They might struggle for numbers


    Have knocka been assigned a division yet or made any signings ?
    From what I hear knocka will be division 1 along with watergrasshill but I don’t know if that’s hearsay

    Apparently it’s mostly the same squad as when they finished up with 1 or 2 exceptions who either finished up or are plying senior

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