Good Luck to Kevin against Tipperary

The best of luck to Kevin Crowley who is in again at #7 for Cork’s Munster Football Semi against Tipperary this evening June 10th at 5pm in Pairc Ui Rinn

There will be live coverage of the game on RTE Sports, C103, Radio na Gaeltachta with updates on Cork’s 96FM, Red FM, Cork GAA website and Twitter page, but nothing beats being there!! 

Result: Cork 1-10 Tipperary 1-9 (HT: 0-1 to 0-4)
Kevin had a fine game, especially in the second half. see match reports, photos, etc below.



Cork head for battle against Tipp without experience of O’Connor, Cadogan and Walsh – Match preview [The 42]

The Cork team is Announced




Kevin had a good game, especially in the second half, where he turned over a lot of ball, ran well with it, supported well, and was accurate with all his passes. The first half though looked a bit in sixes and sevens as Cork seemed to have too many defenders, and were standing off their men too much.


In the Newspapers:


Some thoughs on Kevin on the Cork Football Discussion boards:

  • RebelRed said “I thought Kevin Crowley had a fine game”
  • Western Gael said “Kerrigan, Shields, Loughrey, Collins, Maguire, Crowley, Powter showed massive heart when the game was in the melting pot”
  • Cork1990 said “…Kevin Crowley my MOTM …”
  • Barry K O Bama said “At least we are seeing a few players come to the fore – Crowley, Powter and Hurley are the way forward. You can’t beat pace. Kerry also struggle against the fast running game. We’ve got to abandon the lateral passing game – even the likes of Waterford can handle it. Different game when lads like Loughrey, Hurley, Powter and Crowley are running at you.”
  • Shabby said: Honourable mention too to Kevin Crowley who was actually good all through as well.



Watch the match on the Saturday Game (RTÉ Player)


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