Cork win the 2010 All-Ireland Final

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Updated: January 20, 2011

Cork 0-16 0-15 Down All-Ireland Football Final 2010 Result
Cork win the 2010 All Ireland Final. The Rebel County collected the All-Ireland title in Croker they have wanted for the last five years. They were three points down at half time but battled back to lead by three with ten minutes to play. Down came back at them but Cork held on to win their first All Ireland in nearly twenty years and collect their seventh All-Ireland title.

Cork’s Daniel Goulding has been named All-Ireland ‘Man of the Match’ by the Sunday Game panel.
Speaking to Michael Lyster at last night’s post-match banquet, the Éire Óg man said: ‘For the 35 fellas and the management today was the perfect ending. We had a lot of knocks over the last couple of years and it is great to be at the top for once.

‘It is an absolutely great feeling to come out (on top) with your good friends and fellas that you have battled with for so long.’

Match Tracker
73min Free to Cork on Down 45 yard line , Should be last play of the match
72min Hughes punches the ball over the bar, Cork lead by a point. One minute to play
69min Benny Coulter kicks a point for Down, Cork two points up
69min Daniel Goulding kicks the the 45 over, Cork three up
68min Colum O’Neil hits the post, Should of been a penalty but its out for a 45 to Cork
67min Ronan Murtagh the sub kicks a good point from play, Down back within two
66min Donnacha O’Conner kicks a great point for Cork
63min Graham Canty having a great game since he came on
59min Another 45 for Daniel Goulding goes over, Three points up
58min Daniel Goulding Kicks a 45 over, Cork two points up
56min Paul Kerrigan gives Cork the lead with a point from play
55min Daniel Goulding kicks a free between the posts, teams level
53min Kevin McKernan kicks a great point from play, Down one up
50min Stunning point from Ciaran Sheehan gets point for Cork to leave the teams level
48min Daniel Goulding gets a point from play for Cork
47min Donnacha O’Connor gets a great point from play, Cork back within two points
45min Mark Poland gets his first point of the match for Down
43min Daniel Goulding kicks an easy free between the posts
42min Graham Canty comes on for Cork, Paudie Kissane is off
40min Sheenan fouled by goal-keeper, Daniel Goulding kicks the free over the bar
39min Paul McComiskey scores from play, Down four points up
35min Alan O’Connor is off, Nicholas Murphy comes on
35+1 Daniel Goulding hits a poor 45 that drops short
35min Stunning point from Donnacha O’Connor to get Cork back within three points
33min Benny Coulter is fouled and Marty Clarke kicks the free over the bar
31min Daniel Goulding gets Cork’s first point from play
30min Donnacha O’Connor kicks a free over, Four points between the teams
29min Games first 45 to Down , Marty Clarke hits it wide
27min Danny Hughes punches the ball over the bar for Down
26min Shocking shot on goal by John Miskella, Goes twenty yards wide
23min Paul Kerrigan kicks a wide for Cork
22min Cork still no score from play
18min Paul McComiskey scores from play, Down four points up
17min Peter Fitzpatrick kicks a wide for Down
16min Marty Clarke gets his second Free for Down
15min John Clarke gets a point from play, Down lead by two
14min Marty Clarke kicks a free over for Down
13min Daniel Goulding gets another free to leave it two points each
11min Paul Kerrigan hits a poor wide for Cork
10min Cork have lost the first three of their own kick-outs
9min Paul McComiskey gets point to give Down the lead
8min Benny Coulter hits an easy chance wide
5min Danny Hughes gets the equaliser for Down
2min Point from a free for Daniel Goulding
1min Cork miss a great goal chance
3:30pm Game underway
3:28pm National anthem over, Game ready to get underway
3:25pm The sun has come out and the rain has cleared
3:20pm Very strange to see Down in Yellow and Cork in white
3:15pm Graham Canty does not start, John Miskella will play
3:07pm The team’s enter the pitch to do their warm up
2:42pm Cork are hot favourites at 4/6 to see off the Mournemen, while a draw can be backed at 10/1. Down, who have a 100% record in All Ireland Finals having won all five they have contested, only rate as a 9/4 chance on Betfair.
2:36pm No news from the Cork management on Graham Canty’s participation in the final

Team News
Down SFC (v Cork): B McVeigh; D McCartan, D Gordon, D Rafferty; D Rooney, K McKernan, C Garvey; P Fitzpatrick, K King; D Hughes, M Poland, B Coulter; P McComiskey, J Clarke, M Clarke.

CORK (SFC v Down): A Quirke; E Cadogan, M Shields, R Carey; N O’Leary, G Canty (capt.), P Kissane; A O’Connor, A Walsh; C Sheehan, P O’Neill, P Kelly; D Goulding, D O’Connor, P Kerrigan.
Paths to the final

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