Conor King

Netflix set to develop docuseries following the 2022 PGA Tour

By Conor King / January 13, 2022 /

Yesterday Netflix and the golf governing bodies signed a deal to produce a new immersive docuseries following the lives and performances of a number of world class professional golfers. 

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Fixtures | Return of the Munster Schools Senior Cup & AIL match-ups

By Conor King / January 12, 2022 /

Below are the fixtures for the following week Fixtures Correct at time of being published but are subject to change. Kick off 2.30pm unless otherwise stated. Tuesday 11th January Mungret Shield: High School CBS v Colaiste Phobail Bheanntraí, MTU Cork, 12.30pm; Wednesday 12th January Under 20 Friendly: Highfield v Cork Constitution, Woodleigh Park, 7.30pm; Old Crescent v…

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Talking Points | Youth shines through, indiscipline and Castres on the horizon as Munster refocus for Europe after Ulster win

By Conor King / January 12, 2022 /

Munster look to continue their form in France this weekend after promising inter-provincial win against Ulster Ultimately, Munster prevailed against Ulster in the URC at the weekend but it was not made easy for them by Dan McFarland’s promising outfit. The home side struggled to find their rhythm conceding a try after just eight minutes…

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Report | Former All Blacks Centre Fekitoa heavily linked to Munster Rugby

By Conor King / January 11, 2022 /

There are reports circulating that former New Zealand star Malakai Fekitoa will join Munster at the seasons end.

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WATCH | “It was just one of those days” | Tony Considine after Kilmallock’s Munster final loss

By Conor King / January 10, 2022 /

Champions in 2018 Ballygunner once again claimed the Munster Club title with a very impressive performance, outscoring Kilmallock  3-20 to 1-12 as the teams vied for provincial honours in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. 

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WATCH | Billy Lee reflects on Tipp game that “we should have won”

By Conor King / January 10, 2022 /

Reflecting on their last minute loss to Tipperary in Mick Neville Park on Sunday afternoon, Limerick manager Billy Lee called it a missed opportunity as the Premier county brought their pre season to an end.

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