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Please note that tonight’s Minor football final between Clyda Rovers and Newcestown has been postponed due to the weather.
THE Glanmire minor football team are the November winners of the Rebel Óg monthly award, sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs and Cummins Sports (award sponsors), in association with The Echo and RedFM (media partners). They are being honoured for completing the minor double, […]
Under current legislation and to comply with GAA rules, all Cork GAA clubs and units who are providing games and coaching for underage players must have an up to date Risk Assessment and a Child Safeguarding Statement. To facilitate clubs & units to correctly meet […]
Applications to form Independent teams (amalgamations) at underage level must be submitted annually in order for permission to be granted by the County Committee. All clubs wishing to form new or existing underage independent teams at any age group from U12 to U21 for 2019 […]
A very sporting gesture from Tractons U14 Hurling Team to stand in for a photo with winning Whitescross team in U14 Hurling Shield Final Billy O Neill, Nemo Captain, Teddy O Donovan, Darragh O Donovan, Bishopstown Nemo Rangers 5 – 14 […]
Due the continuous heavy rain over the past number of days, the following fixtures have been postponed: Sunday, November 3 U16 County Div 3 County Hurling final; Croke Rovers v Grenagh. U16 Div 3 County Football Semifinal; St. Dominics v Ahan Gaels. These two games […]
THE East Region medal presentation night will take place at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Monday, November 18, at 7.30pm. Their end-of-season review meeting will take place on Monday, November 25, at Midleton GAA Club, at 7.30pm. Clubs are requested to be represented at this meeting.
Donoughmore Captain Sean Twomey being presented with Cup after winning U14 the Football League Also L To R Tiernan Buckley (Blarney) Referee David Daly, Sean Twomey (Donoughmore)at U14 Football League Final Ballinora Captain Ronan Barrow accepting Cup from Chairman Martin […]
Due to a bereavement at the Kilavullen club, The U16 Division 3 County hurling semi-final between Kilshanig and Grenagh will now take place at Kildorrery today at 3pm.
The 2 captains, L to R, Jack Murphy Aghabullogue, Damien Taaffe Ref, Brian Elliott Eire Og. Eire Og were the Victor’s and completed the league and championship double. Ballygarvan Minor team and mentors that defeated Passage in the Minor Hurling League Final Congratulations to […]
Statement from Cork County Board on the appointment of Cork hurling selectors. At the outset of this process, the goal was to put in place a structure that would ensure the best possible management teams for each grade of Cork hurling, both now and into […]
The U16 county semi-final between Donoughmore and Kilavullen at Ballyclough has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Tracton Captain Ryan O’ Donoghue accepting cup from PRO Mid South Antoinette Kidney Also Tracton Inning Team in Mid South Football Championship. Ballinora U16 team who won D1 football title Bishopstown Captain Darragh O’ Donovan Accepting cup from Chairman […]
Some of Club Delegates from Mid South Board Meeting Neil Lordan Ballinora: with PRO Antoinette Kidney Hugh Murphy Éire Óg :with Treasurer John Brennan Seán Andrews Shamrocks: with Referees Secretary Maura Ring
Extra-time in all games except finals SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Minor Division 3a County Football Championship semi-final: Caha Óg v Kildorrery, at Kilmurry, 2pm. U14 Division 1 County Hurling Championship semi-finals: Cobh v Watergrasshill, at Lisgoold, 3pm; St Catherines v Bandon, at Mayfield, 4.30pm. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER […]
The executive of Coiste Sinsear an Chontae has decided not to change the age groups for Rebel Óg competitions for 2020 so the competitions next year will be run in the same age brackets as 2019. Minor will still be U18 with U16 and U14 […]
St Malachy’s after winning Minor Hurling Championship D3 Captain of the Grenagh Evan Mc Carthy Being presented with Cup after winning U16 Football Championship D2 L/R David Coleman Captain of Grenagh, Referee Teddy O Donovan, Captain of Mayfield James Keegan Before the start […]
The cup being Presented By Mid South Chairman Martin Lynch To Ballinora’s Captain Darragh O’Leary
The role played by GAA clubs in supporting the health and wellbeing of communities across Ireland will be explored at the 2019 Healthy Club Conference in Croke Park on Saturday, October 5th. Delegates will participate in workshops covering mental health in sport, diversity and inclusion, […]
The Mid South U16 D1 Final was held on Saturday in Ballymaw between Inniscarra and Carrigaline. It was a very competitive and exciting match with excellent Skill on display from both sides . It finished on a score line of Inniscarra 1-16 […]
REBEL OG MID/SOUTH REGION AUTUMN UNDER 12 HURLING GAMES Date Team 1 Team 2 Venue GROUP1 SAT 14th SEPT Sliabhrua V Ballinora Riverstick Courcey Rovers V Aghabullogue Ballinspittle SAT 21st SEPT Aghabullogue V Sliabh Rua Coachford Ballinora V Courcey Rovers Ballinora SAT 28th […]
The Cork teams that took part in the Arrabown Cup After the success of the two Cork teams in the Tony Forristal and Sonny Walsh competitions in 2018, it was decided that Cork would enter two teams into the A section of the Arrabawn […]
Cork 3-20 Galway 3-14 (after extra-time) A SEASON which started with a keen sense of foreboding ended on an exhilarating high with the completion of a remarkable All-Ireland under-age football double following a gutsy minor success at Croke Park yesterday. A minute from the end […]
Our first Final took place on Friday 30/08/2019 Crosshaven V Tracton U12 Hurling . It was a very sporting game with both sides displaying great skill and determination . Crosshaven finished strong in the second half winning the cup in their group.
Wishing Bobbie O’Dwyer and all involved with the Cork minor footballers the best of luck in the All-Ireland final today.
There are still more than 30 reports from Féile football and non-exam games not returned to Jim Healy. Can those involved please do so as a matter of urgency. Thank you Rebel Óg committee
THE Cork ladies minor football team, who claimed the All-Ireland title recently, are the August winners of the Rebel Óg monthly awards. The event is sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs and Cummins Sports (award sponsors) in association with The Echo and RedFM, […]
Cork GAA is pleased to announce the appointment of Aidan O’Connell as our new High Performance Manager. Aidan will be responsible for all high performance matters within Cork GAA and will partner with the CEO, Cork GAA staff and team managers in both hurling and football […]
The next meeting of the East Region will take place tonight, Monday, August 19, at 7.30pm at Midleton GAA Club.
The Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative applications are now open. Since 2014, the Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative has seen over 500 young GAA members across Ireland complete the yearlong programme, gaining a level 6 third level qualification in Youth Leadership and Community Action. See […]
A chara, Rebel Óg Coaching in conjunction with Rebel Óg is teaming up to offer clubs a supplemented games programme over the next 2 – 3 months. WHAT IS BEING PROPOSED A series of games for clubs who would have very small numbers and who […]
Following on from successful ticket packages in April, Cork GAA has announced that another package will be available for the remaining rounds of the County championships across all grades. The move follows a review of ticket pricing by a sub-committee of the County Board Executive. […]
A Chara, Cork GAA (Coiste Chontae Chorcaí) is seeking an energetic, proactive and inspiring County Underage Secretary for Rebel Óg, who can steer its ongoing success and development. The successful candidate will join the existing volunteer and professional leadership team comprising of the Cork GAA […]
FIVE Cork Féile Cup winning teams are the June winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly awards, sponsored by the Clayton Hotel, Silver Springs and Cummins Sports (award sponsors) and in association with The Echo and RedFM, media partners. In camogie the three winners are […]
Among other things, this month’s edition contains important information on: Concussion awareness A mother warns of the dangers of unsecured portable goalposts A chance to win €5,000 for your club in a Sure skills challenge Reports from the success at Féile Countdown to the Renault […]
Munster Coaching & Games are giving Benchmarking accredited clubs an exciting opportunity to participate in a series of blitz days at County Stadia. The blitzes are for under 12 club teams and will be played on an 11 a side basis. .Each club will get the chance to play 3 games on the pitch […]
West championship draws Please find attached championship draws made at the West region meeting this week. Many thanks to PRO Rory Doody for compiling these. As there will be back doors in all championships, clubs are advised we will be sticking strictly to fixtures once […]
This weekend approximately 40,000 people will descend on the Cork and Kerry region as the John West Féile of hurling and camogie kicks off. More than 256 teams, with thousands of players and coaches involved, sees 80 hurling and 48 camogie […]
The next meeting of the East Region will take place on Monday, May 27, at 7.30pm at Midleton GAA Club. All clubs are requested to be represented.
Today, we are asking that all clubs operate Go Games under “Silent Sidelines”. What is Silent Sidelines you may ask? Rules are simple: No coaching from anyone on the sidelines. One designated coach may give individual instructions when play is stopped. No encroachment onto […]
The next meeting of the Mid South Region will take place on Monday , May 27th at 7.30pm in Eire Og Club. It is important that all clubs nominate a delegate to attend. All upcoming fixtures can be viewed on Website.
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Feile launch planned for Mallow on Wednesday, May 22, has been postponed.
Cork hurlers Alan Cadogan and Shane Kingston and Cork camogie players Julia White and Gemma O’Connor joined young players from Cork clubs to announce details of this year’s John West Feile Na nGael which is a national festival of hurling and camogie which will take […]