Entries by Rory Noonan

Webinars this week

Tuesday, May 26, 7.30pm Returning to Gaelic games post COVID – Keeping your squad fit and preventing injury https://learning.gaa.ie/gaacoachwebinar2020 Wednesday, May 27,  8pm Importance of Physical Literacy in Children with Dr Stephen Behan Register here : https://www.rebelogcoaching.com/cork-gaa-webinars/ Thursday, May 28, 7.30pm Dr Aine Mcnamara & James […]

covid-19 update

The GAA notes and welcomes the plans published by the government last Friday and some of the dates included relating to the possible return of sporting activity, including Gaelic games. The Association will attempt to seek clarity around some of the issues that have arisen […]

Nursery Hurling: Values and Guidelines

This workshop will be presented by Damien Coleman, Connacht Hurling Development Manager. It will give to those in attendance an insight into “Best Practice” for coaching and developing our youngest and most vulnerable players.  It will explain the values and guidelines that have been meticulously […]


“Player Development – Putting all the parts together” This Wednesday sees Brian Cuthbert discussing player development, identifying the key ingredients that are required for any player pathway. Brian brings a huge level of knowledge to this area with his practical experience as a school teacher/principal, […]


ALL involved in Rebel Óg would like to send their condolences to the family of Paddy Andrews, Shamrocks Hurling and Football Club. Paddy was their Rebel Óg board representative for 40 years, taking in the former minor board and underage boards. To his wife, Mary; […]

Cork Senior Hurling team supports Marymount

Cork Senior Hurler, Robbie O’ Flynn, has come up with a novel way of raising funds for Marymount Hospice. He is gathering team members and GAA managers to undertake a solo run challenge over 48 hours on 25th and 26th April for Marymount hospice, which […]

GAA Primary Challenges

The GAA, supported by the Cumann na mBunscol and the GPA, are delighted to announce the publication of the first of its weekly #GAAPrimary Challenges  on learning.gaa.ie/primary-school – a series of learning & physical activities for children in Primary School, as they return from the […]


Some creative thinking from our games development personnel has seen over 6,000 children engage in fun interactive GAA activities this week from the comfort of their own homes. GDA’s performed live  movement and skill sessions which children followed over 4 days as a novel way […]

Covid-19 Supports and Resources

Please find a number of additional supports and resources below that may be of interest to yourselves and your networks: Getting through COVID-19 Together The Department of Health, The HSE and Healthy Ireland have launched a new site offering advice and tips on how you […]

Rebel Óg Coaching Easter Camp

A chara, Traditionally during the Easter Holidays, GAA clubs are very proactive in hosting and running Easter Camps for their younger members. Unfortunately, due to the current pandemic, we are in, clubs are unable to do so this Easter.  With this in mind, we at […]

coach development sessions

To help coaches through this difficult period, the GAA, An Cumann Camogaíochta and the LGFA have created a series of coach development sessions to take place over the coming weeks. The sessions will run every Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm. The sessions will be along […]

value of warm-up webinar

Tomorrow (April 1) evening we will be launching our weekly webinar series for Rebel Óg Coaching. This week we will be speaking to Cork GAA GDA James McCarthy, who has vast experience as a football coach. Having coached Castlehaven to county senior championship and a […]

coaching development sessions

To help coaches through this difficult period, the GAA, An Cumann Camogaíochta and the LGFA have created a series of coach development sessions to take place over the coming weeks. The sessions will run every Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm. The sessions will be along […]

féile and other competitions cancelled

A chairde, As part of our collective efforts in dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak, it is our intention to communicate with our units on a regular basis and keep you informed of developments as they happen. The GAA can today confirm that a number of […]

county board postpone club championship games

The Executive of Cork County Board met via video-conference on March 17th and, primarily with regard to the safety of our members and of the wider community, has decided to postpone the all first round games in the Premier Senior, Senior A, Premier Intermediate, Intermediate […]

all gaa activities suspended

In light of this morning’s Government announcement, the GAA, An Cumann Camógaíochta and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association have decided to suspend all activity at club, inter-county and educational levels until March 29 (inclusive) from midnight. This is to include all games, training and team gatherings at all ages and all grades. We will continue to liaise with […]

bit of rebel Óg history on bere island

The Castletownbere team, top,  who played Ballingeary, above,  in the first ever game under Rebel Óg held on Bere Island. Board chairman Kevin Greene officiated at the game and the score was Castletownbere 2-10, Ballingeary 1-6.

advice around coronavirus for games and training

A chara In the current climate, we are asking clubs to follow some simple steps in and around club activities, games, and training. Players should have their own water bottles rather than sharing. No handshakes at the end of games. Players use their own towels, […]

newcestown win february rebel Óg award

  NEWCESTOWN minor and U16 teams are the winners of the February Rebel Óg Monthly Award following their three recent wins at championship level. This monthly event awards scheme are sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, main sponsor; Cummins Sports, award sponsors and in […]

club season ticket now on sale

Cork GAA is pleased to announce that the 2020 Club Season Ticket is now on sale. Priced at €150, the Club Season Ticket provides entry to almost 400 Championship games under the direct remit of the Cork County Committee. It covers over 20 County Finals including […]

East Region First Meeting 2020

The First Meeting of the Rebel Og East Region will take place on Monday next 17th February 2020, 7:30 p.m.  at Nemo Rangers GAA CLUB. Please note change of venue from 2019. The various Competitions for 2020,   League and Championships may presently be viewed on […]

Best of luck to christians in harty cup final

The various clubs that are represented in the Christians Harty Cup team tomorrow. SATURDAY, Dr Harty Cup final CBC V St Flannan’s, Mallow, 1pm GETTING back into the final a year after being runners-up and with nearly a new team represents quite an achievement for […]

Rebel Óg Coaching Conference Saturday, February 22

A chara, Please note we are expanding our annual Nursery Coaching Conference to cater for Youth Coaches and also Club Coaching Officers/Club Personnel in Nemo Rangers GAA club on Saturday, February 22, from 1-4.30pm. There are a limited number of tickets available to purchase here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/rebel-og-coaching-conference-for-child-youth-tickets-93277330005 […]

First Meeting 2020 of Mid South Board

The first  meeting of the Mid South  Region will take place on Monday , February  17th at 7.30pm in Eire Og Club. Would Clubs please note that the 1st Round of Minor Football League will be held on 22nd February with the 2nd Round on 1st […]

premier 1&2 minor, u16 and u14 championship draws

The following are the Premier 1 & 2 football and championship draws. Premier 1 Minor Football championship: Glanmire v Gabriel Rangers; Douglas v Ballincollig; Beara v Nemo Rangers; Inniscarra v Ibane Gaels.   Premier 2 Minor Football championship: St Finbarr’s v Castlehaven; St Michael’s v […]

grenagh win rebel Óg january award

  GRENAGH GAA Club U14 and U16 county winning teams are the worthy winners of the January Rebel Óg Monthly Award. These monthly awards are sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, main sponsors, and Cummins Sports (award sponsors) in association with The Echo and […]

Delight as Cork win John Kerins Cup final

By Ger McCarthy Cork 2-14 KIldare 1-12 CORK are in good shape to defend their U20 All-Ireland title. They beat a good Kildare side in the final of the John Kerins Cup, in the John Lockes club, in Callan, Kilkenny, on Saturday afternoon. Two of […]

Football rule information night

Rebel Óg North are organising an information night on the new GAA football rules introduced this year as there are a lot of different interpretations and questions. Kevin Walsh and Muiris O’Sullivan, Munster referee tutors, will be the speakers. It will take around one-and-half hours. […]

Cork minor footballers win overall Rebel Óg award

ON SATURDAY night more than 400 people attended the annual Rebel Óg awards banquet at the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs. The awards are sponsored by the hotel, along with Cummins Sports, RedFM and The Echo. It is held to acknowledge the monthly winners, 16 last […]

Ref survey

Our names are Gearoid O’Sullivan and Denis O’Callaghan. We are second-year students at Boherbue Comprehensive. We have an idea and we think you can help us. We have recently been accepted into the BT Young Scientist Competition. Our project title is “AWWW REF – A […]


Please note that tonight’s Minor football final between Clyda Rovers and Newcestown has been postponed due to the weather.

Glanmire win November Rebel Óg award

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 for amalgamations

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 […]

Photos from recent Mid South Finals

    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 […]

East Region medal presentation, review meeting

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.

Photos from Mid-South Finals played over weekend

      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 […]

Change of venue

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.

Photos from recent Mid South Shield and League Finals

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 […]

cork hurling appointments

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.


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 […]

Age groups and entries for 2020

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 […]