Review of Cork GAA Year 2017 - Concludes today!! 2017-12-31 08:00:00

As usual, during the last few days of the year, we take a brief month-by-month look back at the highlights and major events of the year gone by... Scroll down for more!

The Cork Senior Hurlers started off the year with Munster Senior Hurling League success. In the group stages Cork defeated Kerry (1-28 to 0-18), Limerick (7-22 to 1-19), Waterford (0-25 to 1-19) and Clare (0-19 to 0-15) to qualify for the final. In the final Cork defeated Limerick with a late goal on a scoreline of 1-21 to 1-20 to take the title . Click here for match report. The Cork Senior Footballers began the year with mix fortunes in the McGrath Cup, victory over Tipperary (2-22 to 1-10) and defeat to Kerry (1-13 to 1-9). UCC win the Canon Michael O' Brien Cup for the first time with victory over Cork (0-22 to 1-13). Pearse Murphy was elected the new treasurer of the Munster Council. Mayfield qualified for the All-Ireland Club Junior Hurling Championship Final, with victory in the semi-final over Calry St Josephs (Sligo) by 1-14 to 1-7. St Colmans Fermoy defeated Midleton CBS in the semi-final to qualify for the final of the Harty Cup. The 13th annual 96FM C103 Gala Sports Awards Banquet took place on January 27th, at Rochestown Park Hotel where Glen Rovers Patrick Horgan Cork received the overall award. Former Cork and Millstreet star John Coleman was the recipient of the Donal Lehane Distinguished Career Award, while the Kieran O'Driscoll 'Helping Hand' Award went to Anthony Casey Cork under 21 football and Kiskeam goalkeeper. Meanwhile, David Drummond of Coachford College was the first 96FM C103 Sports Award winner of 2017. The Muskerry Gala Awards Banquet was held on 28th January at the Oriel House Hotel where David Howard, Ballinora, won the Supreme Sports Star Award of the Year, with the Football & Hurling teams of the year also being announced. Kiltha Óg Hurlers club won the first Rebel Óg Award of the year. At the annual Awards Banquet at Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, Rob and Marian Hefferan were the special guest and Jim Harrington (St Finbarr's GAA) won the Hall of Fame Award. On the cultural front, Shannon Buttimer - Sam Maguires (Aithriseoireacht), Carbery Rangers (Bailéad Ghrúpa), Tadhg MacCarthaigh (Leiriú) and Clann na nGael (Ceol Uirlise) won Munster Scór na nÓg titles. Jack & Katie Maguire of Bantry Blues collected top prize in the Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw for January, a Ford Mondeo worth €24,500, while second prize of a luxury holiday worth €5,00 went to Aimee Devine of St Vincent's.

The Cork footballers began their Allianz Football League Div-2 campaign with a trip to Pearse Stadium against Galway where they shared the spoils (1-11 to 0-14). The footballers followed up the good performance against Galway with a disappointing away defeat to Kildare in Newbridge (1-14 to 1-8) and a home win against Fermanagh (1-14 to 0-9). The Cork hurlers began their Division 1A campaign with a clash with Clare at Pairc Ui Rinn where after a good performance they recorded victory (0-21 to 1-11). They followed up the victory over Clare with a disappointing home defeat to Dublin (2-19 to 1-14). In the Corn Ui Mhuiri Colaiste Chriost Ri were defeated by Tralee CBS in the semi-final after a replay while in the Harty Cup final St Colmans Fermoy were beaten by Our Lady's Templemore. In the Fitzgibbon & Sigerson Cup's UCC were beaten at the semi-final stage by IT Carlow & St Mary's respectively. Mayfield claimed the AIB All Ireland Club Junior Hurling Championship title at Croke Park when defeating Mooncoin (Kilkenny) on a score of 2-16 to 1-18. Whitechurch captured the Munster Junior B Hurling Championship title defeating Upperchurch Drombane - Tipperary (0-17 to 1-11). St Colman's College, Fermoy, were the recipients of the February Rebel Óg Award, and Shane O Donovan (Mayfield) won the 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel sports award in recognition of his contribution to Mayfield All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship title victory. On the cultural front, Cork clubs, Shannon Buttimer - Sam Maguires (Aithriseoireacht), Carbery Rangers (Bailéad Ghrúpa), Tadhg MacCarthaigh (Leiriú) and Clann na nGael (Ceol Uirlise) came up short in search of outright honours in the All Ireland Scór na nÓg Finals hosted in the Waterfront Hall, Belfast. The County Final of the Scór Sinsir Table Quiz took place in the Eire Og  Pavillion, Ovens on Friday 17th February and was won by the Millstreet club. Top prize in the February Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw, of €25,000 went to Andrew Keane (Dohenys), while second prize of Alaska Cruise worth €5,000 was won by Diarmuid Thompson (Beal Athan Ghaorthaidh). The Annual GAA Congress saw John Horan (Dublin) elected as President elect and the introduction of super 8's in the senior football championship for a 3 year period 2018-2020. Click Here to view the 2017 Congress motions.

March began with defeat for both Cork senior teams in the Allianz League with the footballers losing to Clare in Cusack Park (2-11 to 0-9) and the hurlers to Kilkenny in Nowlan Park (0-22 to 0-15). The hurlers followed up the defeat to Kilkenny with excellent victories, over Waterford in Walsh Park (1-21 to 1-13) and at home to Tipperary (0-26 to 3-16) to qualify for the quarter-finals. The senior footballers followed up the disappointing defeat to Clare with a draw at home to Meath (0-18 to 1-15) and victory over Derry in Celtic Park (0-20 to 2-10). The Cork U21 footballers began their championship campaign with a semi-final win over Limerick, 2-10 to 0-10, to qualify for a seventh successive Munster Final in this grade. In the final in Pairc Ui Rinn Cork were well beaten by Kerry (2-16 to 0-6) which incidentally was the last championship to be played at U21 level, 2018 will see the championship changed to U20.  Bill Harte (Carbery Rangers Club) and Liam O Laochdha (Youghal Club) received a GAA President's Award from Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail. The Rochestown Park Hotel sponsored Kelleher Shield (Division 1 Football League) was launched in the Rochestown Park Hotel along with the Red FM sponsored Senior Hurling league which was launched in Red FM studios. Cork GAA launches it's Critical Incident Plan, in partnership with Tabor Group.The first County silverware of the year was won by Newmarket who defeated Beal Athan Ghaorthaidh in the final of the Tom Creedon Cup on a score of 2-14 to 1-11. Whitechurch captured the All-Ireland Junior B Hurling Championship title defeating Upperchurch Drombane - Tipperary (2-16 to 0-12). The Cork County Scór Sinsir Finals took place in Millstreet on Saturday 4th March, click here for the full results. The Cork County Scór na bPaistí Finals took place on Saturday 25th March in the Eire Og Pavillion, Ovens, click here for the full results. JACK - a new play to celebrate the life of sporting legend and former Taoiseach JACK LYNCH was launched. Allianz Sciath na Scol County Indoor Hurling/Camogie Finals 2017 took place in Na Piarsaigh's GAA Club Hall. Off the field, Stephen O’Rourke and Niall Delany from Mallow, winners of the All-Ireland U17 Handball Championship, collected the Rebel Óg award for March, while Luke Meade (Newcestown) won the 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel Sports Award and Chris Og Jones from Uibh Laoire won the Muskerry GAA/Auld Triangle Sports monthly award. David O Keeffe Tracton Club won top prize in the March Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw, of €25,000 cash, while second prize of a Wimbledon trip worth €3,000 went to John Lynch (Aghabullogue).

The Cork Senior Footballers concluded their Allianz League campaign with a draw at home to Down (1-10 to 0-13), while the senior hurlers involvement in the Allianz Hurling league ended at the Qtr-Final with a 2 point defeat to Limerick (1-20 to 1-18).  The Cork U17 footballers were comfortable winners over Waterford in the Munster Competition quarter-final (6-24 to 0-1), while the U17 hurlers won the U17 Munster Hurling competition with wins over Limerick (0-16 to 0-6), Tipperary (2-22 to 2-9) and Waterford (3-13 to 1-12) in the final. The Cork Minor footballers were comfortable winners over Tipperary in the Munster Championship quarter-final (3-21 to 1-8). The media launches for the County Football & Hurling Championships were held in Pairc Ui Rinn. The county football championships got under way. Daniel (Dano) Ó Duinnín from Cill na Martra won the Muskerry GAA/Auld Triangle Sports monthly award, and in the Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw for April, top prize of Kia Sportage worth €27,000 was won by Ted Tuohy (Rathluirc), while second prize of a Luxury Cuba Holiday worth €3,000 went to Sean Barry (Barryroe). Carbery Scór won the Rebel Óg April Award, while the 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel monthly sports award went to Niamh Ni Chaoimh Cork Camogie. On the field of play, St. Francis-Rochestown, defeated Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig, to win the Simcox Cup (Cork PPS Senior A Football) on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-12.

The Cork U17 footballers had a comfortable win (5-18 to 1-6) over Limerick to qualify for the final of the Munster U17 Competition. In the final in Austin Stack Park, Tralee Kerry proved to strong for Cork on a scoreline of 0-15 to 0-10. The Cork Minor footballers were defeated by kerry in the Munster semi-final in Pairc Ui Rinn on a score of  2-17 to 1-10. The Cork minor hurlers qualified for the Munster championship semi-final with a easily win over Waterford in Pairc Ui Rinn (1-24 to 0-8). The Cork Ladies Footballers signaled their intentions for the year ahead with victory over Donegal in the Lidi National League Final. A successful Inter-county Open Night for the senior footballers was held at Páirc Uí Rinn. The Cork senior hurlers began their championship campaign in Thurles with a excellent victory against Tipperary in the Munster semi-final (2-27 to 1-26) –  click here for a full report on the game. The senior footballers qualified for Munster championship semi-final with a 1 point win over Waterford (1-12 to 1-11) in Dungarvan. On the same day, the Cork Junior footballers qualified for the Munster Championship Final with easily win over Waterford (3-21 to 0-9). The County Hurling Championships got underway. Mark Coleman (Blarney) won the Muskerry GAA/Auld Triangle Sports monthly award, and in the Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw for May, top prize of €25,000 Cash was won by Regina Daly (Castlehaven), while second prize of a Luxury Holiday to New York worth €3,000 went to Fiona Lehane of Grenagh, while the Rebel Óg Award went to St. Francis College Rochestown, winners of the Simcox Cup. Michael Cahalane (Bandon) was the winner of the 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel Sports Award for May. The twenty eight Allianz Sciath na Scol Hurling/Camogie Finals were played in Pairc Ui Rinn & CIT.

The Cork senior footballers qualify for the Munster championship final with a 1 point victory Tipperary in the semi-final – click here for a full report on the game. The Cork senior hurlers qualify for the Munster championship final with a polished performance over Waterford in the semi-final – click here for a full report on the game. The Cork Junior Footballers were beaten by Kerry in the Munster Final (AET) on a score of 4-24 to 3-20 - click here for a full report on the game. The Cork minor hurlers salvaged a dramatic draw after extra time in the Munster championship semi-final against Tipperary in Thurles - click here for a full report on the game. The first two County finals of the year were played, with the Junior B football title going to Argideen Rangers who defeated Kilbrin, while the Junior C football title went to Lough Rovers who defeated St John's. Eoin Davis (St Catherines) and Jack McGann (Kiltha Og) were respective winners of the County Senior, and U16 Puc Fada Finals. Peter Kelleher (Kilmichael) won the Muskerry GAA/Auld Triangle Sports monthly award, Margaret Morrissey (Bandon) won top prize €25,000 Cash, in the June Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw, with Billy Field (St Michaels) winning second prize, Dubai & Arabian Cruise worth €3,000. Féile na nGael Champions Sarsfields, Na Piarsaigh, Cuchullains and St. Kevin’s were the June Rebel Óg Award winners, while the 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel monthly sports award went to St Finbarr's Damien Cahalane. Cork GAA announced that the new Pairc Ui Chaoimh stadium will not host either of the Munster Finals scheduled for July, as originally planned.

The Cork senior footballers were defeated in the Munster Championship final on a score of 1-23 to 0-15. Following the defeat to Kerry the senior footballers played Mayo in the final round of the qualifiers but despite a good performance were beaten after extra time by a point (0-27 to 2-20). Peadar Healy set down as senior manager following the defeat to Mayo. The Cork minor hurlers won the Munster championship title after overcoming Tipperary in the semi-final replay (2-22 to 2-19) before beating Clare in the final on a scoreline of 4-21 to 0-16. The Cork senior hurlers defeat Clare to win the Munster title on a scoreline 1-25 to 1-20. Click here for a full match report on the game. The Cork U21 hurlers were beaten in the Munster Championship final by Limerick (0-16 to 1-11) after defeating Waterford in the semi-final by virtue of a injury time penalty (2-17 to 1-19).
The opening game played in the new Pairc Chaoimh was the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Blarney v Valley Rovers on Wednesday 19th July. The Quarter-finals of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling championships were played in the new Pairc Ui Chaoimh on the 22/23 July. The first Cork team to play in the new Pairc Ui Chaoimh were the Intermediate hurlers when they played Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Championship final but on the day Kilkenny prevailed on a score of 2-23 to 2-18. The Cork U17 hurlers defeated Galway in the semi-final to qualify for the All-Ireland final on a score of 1-19 to 1-17. The County Junior B Hurling final was won by Killavullen who defeated Whitechurch. The Dr. Harty Cup and the Corn Ui Mhuiri 2017/18 Draws were made. Draws were made for Round 3 of the County Hurling Championships. Joe Ryan (Kilmurry GAA Club) won the Muskerry GAA/Auld Triangle Sports monthly award,  Ballinora U14s won the Rebel Óg Award for July and Brian & Eoin Roches (Bride Rovers) received the 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel Award. Top prize of Octavia Ambition worth €22,200 in the July Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw went to Connie and Mary O' Callaghan of Clonakilty GAA while Brian Murphy (Dripsey) won second prize, Luxury Holiday to Lapland worth €3,000.

The Cork U17 hurlers captured the inaugural All-Ireland U17 title by defeating Dublin 1-19 to 1-17 - click here for a full report on the game. The minors hurlers qualify for the All-Ireland final when beating Dublin on a score of 0-23 to 2-13, while the senior hurlers lost out to Waterford in the All-Ireland semi-final on a score 4-19 to 0-20 - click here for a full report on the game. More County silverware was distributed; Kilshannig defeated Robert Emmett's to take the County U21B Football title, while Dromtarriffe won the U21C Football title defeating St Kevins. Ronan McCarthy (Douglas) was appointed Cork Senior Football coach for a three year term 2018-2020, with Eamonn Ryan (Watergrasshill/Glenville), Ciaran O' Sullivan (Urhan) and Sean Hayes (Nemo Rangers) being appointed as selectors by Ronan. Sean Hayes (Nemo Rangers) and Bobby Dwyer (Macroom) were appointed football coaches to the U20  & Minor (U17) teams respectively for 2018/19 seasons. Cork Development Squads won four of the seven Munster and All Ireland hurling tournaments from U14 to U16.
Aoife Murray from Cloughduv won the Muskerry GAA/Auld Triangle Sports monthly award. Cathal O Connor Ballinora won the top prize of €25.000 cash in the final Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw of the 2016/17 series, while second prize, Luxury Holiday to Lapland worth €3,000 went to Denis McSweeney of Ballinhassig. The Cork U17 Hurlers won the Rebel Óg award for August, while Brian Turnbull was the worthy recipient of the 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel monthly sports award.

The Cork minor hurlers were defeated by Galway in the All-Ireland final on a score of 2-17 to 2-15 - click here for full report on the game. This defeat concluded Cork inter-county active for 2017. The Cork camogie team regained the All-Ireland title after a close contest with Kilkenny. Kieran Kingston step down as manager of the Cork senior hurling team. Coach and selectors were appointed for the Cork U20, Minor (U17) and Junior football teams - U20 Selectors: Gene O' Driscoll (Tadhg MacCarthaigh), Aidan Kelliher (Clondrohid), Jim O'Donoghue (St Finbarrs), Sean Bownes (Castlemartyr). Minor Football Selectors – Míchael Hannon (Mayfield), James McCarthy (Castlehaven), Oliver O' Sullivan (Garnish). Junior Football Coach/Selector – Stephen Calnan (Nemo Rangers), Selectors – Pat Mackey (Youghal), John Geaney (Kilshannig), Martin Crummy (Mallow). TG4’s documentary An Pháirc on the redevelopment of Pairc Ui Chaoimh was launched in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Sean O’Leary Hayes, James Keating, Daire Connery, Brian Roche, Brian Turnbull were all named on the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Hurling Team of the Year.
Aoife Murray (Cloughduv Camogie) was the winner of the 96FM C103 Sports Award for September. Kevin Hallissey (Eire Og) won the Muskerry GAA/Auld Triangle Sports monthly award while the Rebel Óg Award winners were Cork Minor Hurling teamThe 2017/18 Draw was launched by Munster Council Chairman Jerry O Sullivan, on September 21st. A new format of (Round Robin) for Inter-county Senior Hurling Championship was passed at the GAA special congress for a 3 year period 2018-2020

Munster Senior Championship draws were made, Cork drew Clare & Limerick at home with Tipperary & Waterford away in hurling and the winners of Tipperary/Waterford in football. Imokilly and Kanturk won the Senior and Premier Intermediate Hurling titles respectively, while in football, Nemo Rangers won their Senior title after a replay, with the Premier Intermediate crown going to Mallow. There were also County titles for Aghada (Intermediate Hurling) and Kanturk (Intermediate Football), Knocknagree (Junior A Football). See the Competitions link above for all the year’s Championship results. 15 Sciath na Scol Football finals were played in Páirc Uí Rinn. John Meyler, Denis Ring and John Considine were appointed coaches to Cork Senior, U21 and Minor (U17) hurling teams respectively. The Harty Cup and Corn Uí Mhuirí competitions got underway. Niamh McCarthy from Inniscarra Camogie Club won the Muskerry GAA/Auld Triangle Sports monthly award. Brian Turnbull wins the Electric Ireland Minor Star Hurler of the Year award. The new Pairc Ui Chaoimh is official opened by Aogán Ó Fearghail, Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael on Sunday 22nd October. Luke Connolly (Nemo Rangers) won the 96FM C103 Sports Award in honour of his contribution to his club’s County Final victory while the Rebel Óg Award went to the Bandon U15 Hurling and Football teams. Pearse Murphy announced that he was stepping down as County Board treasurer after 21 years.
Six further County championship titles were collected by St Catherine's (Junior A Hurling), Sarsfields (Inter-Div Junior B Hurling) both after replays, Douglas (U21A Football), Inniscarra (U21A Hurling), Cobh (Inter-Div Junior B Football) and Kilshannig (U21 B Hurling). The Rochestown Park Hotel Division 1 Football league title (Kelleher Shield) went to Ballincollig. There were camogie All-Stars for Cork's Aoife Murray, Rena Buckley, Laura Treacy, Gemma O’Connor, Eimear O’Sullivan, Ashling Thompson, Katrina Mackey. Orla Cotter with Rena Buckley named the Senior Players’ Player of the Year and Paudie Murray picking up the Manager of the Year Award while Sarah Harrington, Niamh Ní Chaoimh, Sarah Buckley and Keeva McCarthy received Intermediate Soaring Stars Awards: The sole Ladies Football All-Star was picked up by Cork's Emma Spillane. Pairc Ui Chaoimh wins the Engineering Project of the Year Award. The Cork GAA Strategic Plan 2018-2020 was launched in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. The selectors for Cork's Senior, U21 and Minor (U17) Hurling teams  were appointed. Senior - Donal O Mahony (Bishopstown), Kieran Murphy (Sarsfields). U21 - John O Dwyer (Ballincollig), Liam Martin (Glen Rovers), John Mortell (Ballyhea) and Fergus Ryan (Mallow). Minor (U17) Donal Burke (Midleton), Sean Crowley (Killeagh), Donal Collins (Blackrock) and Niall O Halloran (Ballinhassig). Medals were presented to the victorious Cork teams. The remaining 17 Sciath na Scol Football finals were played in Páirc Uí Rinn. St Colmans, Fermoy were defeated by Thurles CBS in the Dean Ryan Cup (U16.5) Final. Nemo Rangers & Kanturk collected Munster club championship titles in senior football and Intermediate hurling respectively. 
The first two monthly draws of the Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw 2017/18 series were made in Pairc Ui Rinn. In the September draw, top prize of €20,000 Cash and 2 Ed Sheeran Tickets went to Denis & Mary Forde (Carrigtwohill GAA Club), with 2nd prize €5,000 Cash to Padraig P O\'Murchu (Adrigole), while the October top prize winners of €20,000 + 2 Ed Sheeran Tickets went to Sinead O' Callaghan (Canovee), and 2nd prize €5,000 Cash to Stephen Blake Blarney. Darren Browne of Kanturk collect the 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel Sports Award for November. Bride Rovers U16 and Minor Hurlers, won the Rebel Óg award for November. PwC Hurling All-Stars awards for Mark Coleman and Patrick Horgan. Munster U17, U20, U21 Football and Hurling championships draws were made. 

In the final month of 2017, the Cork GAA Yearbook went on sale – if you haven’t got yours yet, contact your local club or pop in to Liam Ruiséal Bookshop, Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork, McCarthys, Newsagents, Midleton, Co. Cork or Kenneally's, Central Stores, Kanturk, Co. Cork. For just €8, it’s too good to miss! The final county championship title of the year was collected by Sarsfields in the Premier U21 Hurling championship. The RedFM Senior Hurling League Final was won by Sarsfields. Knocknagree defeated Dromid Pearses  (1-17 to 2-11 AET) to capture the Munster Junior A Football Championship. Aghada collected the Junior All-Ireland club ladies Football title while both Mourneabbey & Kinsale & were defeated in the Senior and Intermediate All-Ireland club ladies Football finals respectively. Four Cork schools qualified for the Harty Cup quarter-finals, Midleton CBS, CBC Cork and St Colmans Fermoy, Gaelcholaiste Mhuire AG, while DLS Macroom, Ham HS Bandon, Col Cholim Ballincollig reached the same stage in the Corn Uí Mhuirí – to view the quarter-final draws click here. Midleton CBS defeated Gaelcholaiste Mhuire AG in the Dr. O’Callaghan Cup Final. Cheques totalling €29,000 were paid out to County League winners and runners-up. A total of thirty eight Cork clubs received Munster Council development grants to the valve of €347,912.Kieran Kingston (Manager of the year), Mark Coleman (Senior Hurling), Brian Turnbull (Minor Hurling) and Kanturk (Club of the year) all received Munster GAA awards.  The following officers were elected in the County Board elections, Kevin O'Donovan (Kilmeen/Kilbree), Vice-Chairman, Diarmuid Gowen (Fermoy) Treasurer and Pat Horgan (Midleton) Development Officer. At County Convention on December 10th, history was made when Tracey Kennedy (Killeagh) became the first female chairperson of Cork County Board. Other new officers were Ronan Dwane (Aghada) who took over the Coaching brief from Kevin O’Donovan, and Des Cullinane (Glen Rovers/St Nicks) who was appointed Children’s Officer. The draws were made for 2018 County Championships. In the Cork GAA Clubs November draw, top prize of 2 X 10 Year Pairc Ui Chaoimh Tickets + €5,000 went to Christopher Kidney (Na Piarsaigh), with 2nd prize €5,000 Cash to Neily Lehane (Kiskeam) , while Mairead O Brien (Bantry Blues) won the top prize of 2 X 10 Year Pairc Ui Chaoimh Tickets + €5,000 in the Christmas Cork GAA Clubs’ Draw. Click here to view all 25 winners. The Scór na nÓg County Finals were held in Éire Óg GAA Pavilion, Ovens. – click here to view results. The Eire Og and Inniscarra minor teams won the Rebel Óg award for December. 

As we leave 2017 behind, it's now time to look forward with hope and anticipation to successful 2018. Ath-bhliain faoi mhaise daoibh go léir, agus Rebels Abú!

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