9 MAY 2024 – BELFAST

 Boucher Road 

12 MAY 2024 – KILKENNY

Nowlan Park

16 MAY 2024 – CORK 

SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh

19 MAY 2024 – DUBLIN

Croke Park 


Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band Add 22 European Stadium Shows to 2024 World Tour


Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band delivered “the greatest show on earth” (Billboard) across Europe this past summer, and they’ll make a triumphant return to the continent in 2024 with a just-announced 22-show stadium run. Kicking off on May 5 in Cardiff, Wales, Springsteen and The E Street Band will bring their “rapturous and cathartic” (USA Today)” 2024 world tour to Northern Ireland, Ireland, England, France, Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and Norway — before bookending in the UK with a date at London’s Wembley Stadium on July 25. Full list of performance dates and on-sale times below.


Springsteen and The E Street Band’s 2023 European tour sold over 1.6 million tickets, and earned widespread praise as some of the best shows of the band’s career. The 2023 European run received praise as “one of the greatest shows ever” (Daily Telegraph) as well as five-star reviews from The Times, The Independent, NME and many others across its 14 countries. Highlights included a two-night kick-off in Barcelona which “unleashed euphoria” (El Correo) as well as performances to over 130,000 fans across two dates in London’s Hyde Park and a final night to over 70,000 in Monza, Italy.


Returning to North America at the tail end of summer, Springsteen and The E Street Band’s first U.S. stadium show in seven years — at Chicago’s Wrigley Field — was lauded as “something without equal” (Chicago Tribune) and one of “Wrigley Field’s brightest moments” (Chicago Sun-Times). A three-night New Jersey homecoming at MetLife Stadium over Labor Day weekend was praised as “blistering and time-eclipsing” (Salon) and “a joyous affair where nobody felt like saying goodbye” (Rolling Stone).


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Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band 2024 World Tour:


New European Dates Announced:


May 5 – Cardiff, Wales @ Principality Stadium (On-sale: Friday, Nov. 3 at 10am*)


May 9 – Belfast, Northern Ireland @ Boucher Road (On-sale: Monday, Nov. 6 at 8am*) 


May 12 – Kilkenny, Ireland @ Nowlan Park (On-sale: Monday, Nov. 6 at 8am*) 


May 16 – Cork, Ireland @ SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh (On-sale: Monday, Nov. 6 at 8am*) 


May 19 – Dublin, Ireland @ Croke Park (On-sale: Monday, Nov. 6 at 8am*) 


May 22 – Sunderland, England @ Stadium of Light (On-sale Friday, Nov. 3 at 10am*)


May 25 – Marseille, France @ Orange Vélodrome (On-sale Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 10am*) 


May 28 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Airport Letnany (On-sale Friday, Nov. 3 at 10am*)


June 1 – Milan, Italy @ San Siro Stadium (On-sale Monday, Nov. 6 at 12pm*) 


June 3 – Milan, Italy @ San Siro Stadium (On-sale Monday, Nov. 6 at 12pm*) 


June 12 – Madrid, Spain @ Cívitas Metropolitano (On-sale Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 10am*)


June 14 – Madrid, Spain @ Cívitas Metropolitano (On-sale Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 10am*)


June 20 – Barcelona, Spain @ Estadi Olímpic (On-sale Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 10am*)


June 27 – Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Goffertpark (On-sale Friday, Nov. 3 at 9am*)


July 2 – Werchter, Belgium @ Werchter Park (On-sale Friday, Nov. 3 at 10am*)


July 5 – Hannover, Germany @ Heinz von Heiden Arena (On-sale Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 10am*)


July 9 – Odense, Denmark @ Dyrskuepladsen (On-sale Thursday, Nov. 2 at 10am*)


July 12 – Helsinki, Finland @ Olympic Stadium (On-sale Monday, Nov. 6 at 11am*)


July 15 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Friends Arena (On-sale Friday, Nov. 3 at 10am*)


July 18 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Friends Arena (On-sale Friday, Nov. 3 at 10am*)


July 21 – Bergen, Norway @ Dokken (On-sale Monday, Nov. 6 at 10am*)


July 25 – London, England @ Wembley Stadium connected by EE (On-sale Friday, Nov. 3 at 10am*)


*All on-sale times are local time

Tickets for Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band in Belfast, Kilkenny, Cork and Dublin go on sale this Monday 6 November at 8am from

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Scór Sincir Success for Cork in Ceol Uirlise & Tráth na gCeist

Cork brought home two Munster Scór Sinsir titles from the Provincial Final staged on Saturday October 28th at a packed Newport Community Centre, Co. Tipperary.
Sráid an Mhuilinn team of Seán Ó Toráin, Con Ó hEalaí, Padraig Ó Síocháin & Diarmuid Ó Dubhda won the first title on offer in the evening’s proceedings in Tráth na gCeist.
Clann na nGael instrumental music group of Aindriú Ó Coileáin, Molly Nic Shuibhne, Davina Ní Chonghaile & Saoirse Ní Chonghaile kept the Ceol Uirlise cup in the County for Cork’s fourth win in a row in the competition.
Chairman of the Munster GAA Council, Ger Ryan presented the provincial silverware along with Cathaoirleach Coiste Scór na Mumhan, Mairéad Uí Fhaoláin.
We wish them very best of luck as they now go forward to represent their clubs, divisions, county, and province at the All-Ireland Final on Saturday 18th of November at the Gleneagle INEC Arena in Killarney.

Na Torthaí

Tráth na gCeist 
1. Sráid an Mhuilinn, Corcaigh
2. Cnoc na hEaglaise, Ciarraí
3. Tulach Sheasta, Tiobraid Árann
Rince Foirne
Cumhra Mainistir, Luimneach
Amhránaíocht Aonair 
Cáit Ní Sheanacháin, Buíreas Uí Luíoch, Tiobraid Árann
Rita Uí Ghrádaigh, Móin na nGé, Luimneach
Bailéad Ghrúpa 
Tulach Sheasta, Tiobraid Árann
Cuar an Chláir, An Clár
Ceol Uirlise 
Clann na nGael, Corcaigh
Rince Seit

An Spá, Ciarraí

Castlehaven Regains Cork Football Crown with Outstanding Victory

In a spectacular showdown, Castlehaven reasserted themselves as the kings of Cork football, winning the coveted Andy Scannell Cup for the first time since 2013. Their triumph came in a breathtaking final against defending champions Nemo Rangers, and the thrilling contest took place at the SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on  Sunday evening.

Castlehaven’s victory marked a long-awaited return to the pinnacle of Cork football. The team had not claimed the title since their last victory a decade ago in 2013. After facing disappointment in the 2015 and 2020 finals against Nemo Rangers, this win was indeed a redemption for the Haven.

The hero of the day for Castlehaven was none other than Brian Hurley, who delivered an incredible performance by scoring an impressive 0-5 points from play. His remarkable contribution was a crucial element in securing the coveted title for Castlehaven.


Scorers for Castlehaven: B Hurley (0-3 f, 0-1 m), M Hurley 0-5 each, S Browne 0-1.

Nemo Rangers: L Connolly (0-1 f), M Cronin (f) 0-3 each, J Horgan, B Cripps, B O’Driscoll 0-1 each.

CASTLEHAVEN: Darragh Cahalane; J O’Regan, Damien Cahalane, R Walsh; T O’Mahony, R Maguire, M Collins (capt); C Cahalane, A Whelton; J O’Neill, C Maguire, S Browne; J Cahalane, B Hurley, M Hurley.

Subs: C O’Driscoll for S Browne (47), R Minihane for A Whelton (49), J O’Driscoll for J O’Neill (56), C O’Sullivan for T O’Mahony (60).

NEMO RANGERS: M Aodh Martin; K Histon, B Murphy, K O’Donovan; C Molloy, K Fulganati, S Cronin; B Cripps, A O’Donovan (capt); C Horgan, M Cronin, J Horgan; B O’Driscoll, L Horgan, L Connolly.

Subs: P Kerrigan for L Horgan (45), R Dalton for B O’Driscoll (47), G Sayers for C Molloy (49), C Kiely for C Horgan (56).

Referee: Pa O’Driscoll (Bride Rovers).

Cill na Martra Stages Dramatic Comeback to Win Cork Premier IFC Final


Cill na Martra exhibited remarkable resilience as they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat against Bantry Blues in the thrilling Bon Secours Hospital Cork Premier IFC final at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday.

Shane Ó Duinnín emerged as the hero for Cill na Martra, making a remarkable impact as a super-sub. His three late points proved to be the decisive factor in securing a nail-biting victory for his team.

Bantry Blues, determined to make amends for their loss in the 2022 final to Kanturk, mounted a spectacular comeback. They managed to turn a seemingly insurmountable six-point deficit into a three-point lead, with the score standing at 2-13 to 3-7 after Paddy Cronin’s point in the 54th minute.

As the final minutes ticked away, a draw appeared imminent. However, Cill na Martra had one last opportunity, and Seán Ó Fóirréidh’s expertly timed pass found the waiting Shane Ó Duinnín. In a climactic moment, Ó Duinnín delivered a monumental effort, sealing the victory for Cill na Martra by the narrowest of margins.

The Cork Premier IFC final lived up to its billing as an electrifying contest, showcasing the heart, spirit, and drama that make Gaelic games a source of inspiration and excitement for fans and players alike. As Cill na Martra celebrates their hard-fought victory, they remind us all that in the world of sports, miracles can happen when you least expect them.


Newcestown Secures Thrilling Victory in Co-Op Superstores SAHC Replay

Newcestown 3-17 Blarney 0-24 

The sporting world was treated to another chapter in the incredible story of Newcestown as their hurling team secured a thrilling victory over Blarney in a breathtaking replay of the Co-Op Superstores SAHC at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday last.

In a match filled with drama, Newcestown took control early with a trio of first-half goals that propelled them into the lead. Despite the challenging conditions, both teams battled fiercely for every breaking ball on the rain-soaked turf of the Páirc.

Upon close analysis, it became evident that the West Cork men had an edge in terms of balance and performance. Their three first-half goals, combined with outstanding contributions from players like Eddie Keneally, Richard O’Sullivan, and Luke Meade, proved to be the key ingredients of their victory.

While the loss was undoubtedly a bitter disappointment for Blarney, who saw stellar performances from Pádraig Power and Shane Barrett, they can take solace in the fact that they put on an incredible display in what was arguably “the game of the season.” This loss will undoubtedly fuel their determination to come back even stronger.

As the dust settles on this electrifying contest, one thing is certain – top-grade hurling will return to the vibrant landscape of West Cork in 2024. Fans and enthusiasts can look forward to more exhilarating clashes and unforgettable moments on the hurling field.

Newcestown’s victory is not just a testament to their skill and determination but also a reminder of the passion and spirit that define Gaelic games. It is yet another shining example of the drama and excitement that these competitions bring to the sporting world.

Scorers for Newcestown: E Kenneally 1-6 (0-5 f), R O’Sullivan 1-4, C Dinneen 1-1, E Collins 0-2, S O’Donovan, D Buckley, J Meade (sl), C O’Donovan 0-1 each.

Blarney: S Barrett 0-9 (0-4 f, 0-1 65), P Power 0-4, M Coleman (0-1 sl), S Mulcahy, J O’Keeffe 0-2 each, C Dunlea, C Hegarty, C McCarthy, E Kirby, C Barrett 0-1 each.

NEWCESTOWN: C Wilson; J Kelleher, M McSweeney, G O’Donovan; C O’Neill, L Meade, E Collins; T Twomey, N Kelly; S O’Donovan, J Meade, D Buckley; E Kenneally, C Dinneen, R O’Sullivan.

Subs: T Horgan for Kelly (46), S O’Sullivan for Dinneen (53), F Keane for Kelleher (60), C O’Donovan for O’Sullivan (61).

BLARNEY: C Murphy; P O’Leary, D Murphy, S Crowley; J O’Keeffe, P Crowley, C Power (c); O Hegarty, C Hegarty; S Mulcahy, M Coleman, C Barrett; S Barrett, P Power, C Dunlea.

Subs: C McCarthy for C Power (h-t), E Kirby for Dunlea (35).

Referee: Cathal McAllister (Aghada).