Minor Hurling and Football Championship information

Update on Premier 1 Minor Hurling Championship draws

Following on from Tuesday’s Rebel Og Premier 1 Minor Hurling Q-Finals , which saw four teams book their place in the County Semi-Finals.

Rebel Og Central CCCC are due to have a meeting this evening ( Wednesday) the format will be confirmed at this meeting with the draws expected to take place at next board meeting.

The next Full board meeting of Rebel Og Central is due to take place next Wednesday, August 23rd in Nemo Rangers.

The draw will have Glen Rovers, Douglas, Midleton and Duhallow in the hat.

Any further information will be posted on our website when available.

All-Ireland U17 cup presentation

At this months Cork County meeting, the All-Ireland U17 trophy was in attendance following Cork’s super win over Dublin in this year’s decider.

The Cup was formally presented to the board.

Premier 1 Championship Q-Finals takes place

Rebel Og Premier 1 Minor Hurling championship for 2017 will have a new name on the trophy as champions Na Piarsaigh were beaten by Douglas following a goal in the 62th minute of the game by Matthew McCauliffe.

Three points on the trot helped Glen Rovers to beat Sarsfield in their clash in UCC this evening in the opening game of the night.

Midleton were too strong for Carbery as they ran out winners 4-21 to 2-13. Duhallow booked their semi-final place following their one point win over Blarney.

Full results from Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship:

Glen Rovers 0-14, Sarsfield 1-8;

Carbery 2-13, Midleton 4-21;

Blarney 3-15, Duhallow 3-16;

Na Piarsaigh 0-17, Douglas 1-15;

The draw for the semi-final will take place at the next CCCC meeting of Rebel Og Central. Full details will be posted on www.rebelog.ie

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship: Ballinhassig 2-18, Killeagh/Itas 1-19;

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Quarter Final
Carbery v Midleton in Ballygarvan on 15-Aug at 7:00 PM
Glen Rovers v Sarsfield in UCC Mardyke on 15-Aug at 6:30 PM
Blarney v Duhallow at Coachford on 15-Aug at 7.00 pm
Na Piarsaigh v Douglas at UCC Mardyke on 15-Aug at 8:00 PM

All-Ireland success for Cork U17s

Congratulations to the Cork U17 team who defeated Dublin by two points today in the All-Ireland U17 hurling final at Croke Park.



CORK 1-19 DUBLIN 1-17

By Jackie Cahill at Croke Park

CORK were crowned inaugural All-Ireland U17 hurling champions at Croke Park this afternoon

The Rebels held out for a two-point victory against a Dublin side reduced to 14 players in the second half, when midfielder Tom Aherne was dismissed in the 42nd minute for a second bookable offence. Fintan Clandillon’s Sky Blues worked incredibly hard and gave it everything but Cork, with a healthy sprinkling of minor stars who’ll be back at Croke Park next Sunday for an All-Ireland semi-final, managed to keep them at arm’s length. Dublin will rue Aherne’s red card, while goalkeeper Eddie Gibbons, who netted a first half penalty, sent another one hurtling over the crossbar in the 37th minute.

When Aherne was sent off, Dublin were two points down, before John Considine’s Cork stretched the gap to three points. On four more occasions before the finish, Cork led by three and while Dublin did get within one, with eight minutes left, they could never draw level. At half-time, Cork held a slender one-point lead, ahead by 1-9 to 1-8.

Dublin opened better and stormed into an early 0-4 to 0-1 lead, Tom Aherne, Billy Ryan, Liam Murphy (free) and Kevin Kirwan all on target in an unanswered spell, after Blake Murphy had put Cork ahead with a superb opening score. But Cork worked their way back to level at 0-5 each by the 14th minute, with minor panellists Daire Connery, Colin O’Brien (scorer of 1-10 in the U17 semi-final victory over Galway) and Declan Hanlon leading the charge. Dublin struck for goal in the 20th minute, as Gibbons slammed home a superb penalty after Kirwan was fouled. That score put Dublin 1-6 to 0-6 clear and the lead moved out to four points when captain Mark Grogan landed a score.

But Cork hit 1-3 without reply between the 24th and 29th minutes to gain the whip hand, the goal coming from full-forward Joe Stack in the 28th minute. Aaron Walsh Barry sent a long ball towards the Dublin square and Stack outmuscled his marker Kevin Burke, brother of senior player Donal, before finding the net. Blake Murphy registered his second point for Cork to move the young Rebels 1-9 to 1-7 in front, before Liam Murphy’s third free of the half kept Dublin in touch at the break.

Early in the second period, the sides were level twice, at 1-10 and 1-11 apiece, but there was a feeling that Cork were turning the screw, even before Aherne picked up that second yellow card. After Liam Murphy was hauled down by Cork goalkeeper Eoin Davis, Gibbons had that second penalty chance but his effort cleared the crossbar.

Cork managed to hold firm in a tense finish, as sub Owen McCarthy came off the bench to score two crucial points. The counties will meet again next Sunday at Croke Park – with a place in the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final on offer for the winners.

Scorers for Cork:

Daire Connery 0-6 (5f), Colin O’Brien 0-5 (3f), Joe Stack 1-0, Declan Hanlon 0-3, Blake Murphy and Owen McCarthy 0-2 each, Cormac O’Brien 0-1.

Scorers for Dublin:

Liam Murphy 0-7f, Eddie Gibbons 1-1 (pens), Lee Gannon and Billy Ryan 0-2 each, Enda O’Donnell, Tom Aherne, Mark Grogan, Kevin Kirwan, and Mícheál Murphy (65) 0-1 each.

CORK: Eoin Davis; Eoin Roche, Ciarán Nyhan, Ronan Sheehan; Cormac O’Brien, Conor O’Callaghan, Aaron Walsh Barry; Daire Connery, Seán Twomey; Brian Roche, Declan Hanlon, Tommy O’Connell; Blake Murphy, Joe Stack, Colin O’Brien. Subs: Ronan McCarthy for Cormac O’Brien (temp 23-30), Owen McCarthy for O’Connell (35), Shane Barrett for Murphy (53).

DUBLIN: Eddie Gibbons; Andrew Dunphy, Kevin Burke, Tommy Kinnane; Seán Kinsella, Enda O’Donnell, Lee Gannon; Tom Aherne, Mícheál Murphy; Kevin Kirwan, Billy Ryan, Mark Grogan; Luke McDwyer, Kevin Desmond, Liam Murphy. Subs –Seán Clerkin for Desmond (44), Liam Dunne for M Murphy (52), Mark Sweeney for Kirwan (54).

REFEREE: John Keane (Galway)








Rebel Og East Minor Hurling Championship

The Following is notification for Minor Hurling Championship.

Minor A Hurling Championship Quarter Final,

Erins Own v St Catherines at Lisgoold on Thursday 17th August 2017 at 6.45pm

Semi Final

St Colmans v Cobh Ballinacurra Wednesday 9th August 2017 at 7pm

Minor B1 Hurling Championship

Semi Finals

St Vincents v Lisgoold Caherlag Saturday 19th August 2017 at 6.45pm

Aghada v Kiltha Og Caherlag Saturday 19th August 2017 at 5pm Minor B2 Hurling Championship Semi Finals Kinsale v Grenagh Ballincollig Wednesday 9th August 2017 at 7pm Mayfield v Carrig na Bhfear Whitescross Thursday 10th August 2017 at 7pm Extra Time If Needed Is Mise Le Meas, Deiric O Conghaile Runai/Fixtures Rebel Og Thoir

Premier Minor Hurling Championship Update

Following this weekends games, the competition has now taken some different directions for clubs.

For some, they booked a place in the County Semi-finals of their section, for others their in the Q-final finals but for some they exited the 2017 championship.Below, Rebel Og look at where the championships are now at.

In the Premier 1 Minor hurling championship Round 2 of the competition took place this weekend. Carbery played their first game in the championship however they were beaten by Blarney side.
Duhallow got their competition back on track following their first round loss to Douglas with a win over Bishopstown with 12 points to spare. Bishopstown now exit the competition.
The draw for Round three and other rounds of the championship will take place at the next Rebel Og Central board meeting.

Full details to date on Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship
Round 1
Sarsfield 2-21 1-7 Bishopstown
Blarney 1-9 2-21 Na Piarsaigh
Glen Rovers 1-14 1-22 Midleton
Duhallow 1-3 7-23 Douglas
Round 2
Carbery 0-17 2-19 Blarney
Bishopstown 2-8 2-20 Duhallow

The next round of the Premier 2 championship also took place this weekend. Inniscarra and Shandrum have booked their place in the County Semi-Final following their wins Blackrock and Ballincollig respectively.
Carrigaline knocked Eire Og out of this year’s competition with a four point win while extra time was needed for the Barrs’ to get over Mallow by four points also.
Now the championship has six teams remaining, Carrigaline will play Blackrock while St.Finbarrs and Ballincollig will meet in the Q-finals.
Full details to date on Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship
Round 1
Eire Og 2-14 2-23 Shandrum
Carrigaline 2-11 0-23 Ballincollig
St Finbarrs 2-12 1-16 Blackrock
Mallow 0-10 3-10 Inniscarra

Loser Round
Eire Og 1-13 1-17 Carrigaline
St Finbarrs 3-17 0-22 Mallow

Winners Round
Shandrum 0-16 1-12 Ballincollig
Blackrock 1-15 6-14 Inniscarra
Q-Finals on August 15th 2017
Carrigaline – – Blackrock
St Finbarrs – – Ballincollig
Semi-Finals
Shandrum V
Inniscarra V

Fr O Neills and Carrigtwohill have booked their place in the County Semi-Finals of the Premier 2a championship following their wins over Killeagh/Itas and Fermoy over the weekend.
Ballinhassig got their first championship win of the weekend as they knocked out Valley Rovers.
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship
Valley Rovers 2-4 4-16 Carrigtwohill
Fermoy 2-12 2-7 Ballinhassig
Sliabh Rua 1-8 4-7 Killeagh/Itas
Fr O Neills 4-17 1-8 Aghabullogue
Loser Round
Sliabh Rua – – Aghabullogue at Ballincollig Monday @ 19:30
Valley Rovers 1-5 1-12 Ballinhassig
Winners Round
Killeagh/Itas 4-16 4-18 Fr O Neills
Carrigtwohill 2-15 2-9 Fermoy
Q-Final
Ballinhassig – – Killeagh/Itas
Carrigtwohill vs winners of Sliabh Rua/Aghabullogue
Semi-Finals
Fr O Neills V TBC
Carrigtwohill V TBC

Premier Minor Hurling Championship draw details

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Round 2
F Carbery v Blarney TBC 30th July TBC
G Bishopstown v Duhallow Mallow 30th July at 7pm

Rebel Og Premier Minor Hurling Championship

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Round 1
A Sarsfield  2-21 v Bishopstown 1-7
B Glen Rovers 1-14 v Midleton 1-22
C Duhallow 1-3 v Douglas 7-23
D Blarney 1-9 v Na Piarsaigh 2-21
E Carbery v Bye
Round 2
F Carbery v Blarney
G Bishopstown v Duhallow
Glen Rovers Bye
Round 3
H Glen Rovers v Sarsfield
I Midleton v Carbery
J Na Piarsiagh v Douglas
K Duhallow v Blarney
Semi Finals
Winner v Winner
Winner v Winner
Final
v

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship

Round 1
A Eire Og 2-14 v Shandrum 2-23
B Carrigaline 2-11 v Ballincollig 0-23
C St Finbarr’s 2-12 v Blackrock 1-16
D Mallow 0-10 v Inniscarra 3-10
Loser Round
E Eire Og v Carrigaline
F St Finbarr’s v Mallow
Winners Round
G Shandrum v Ballincollig
H Blackrock v Inniscarra
Quarter Final
I Winner E v Loser H
J Winner F v Loser G
Semi Finals
Winner G v Winner I
Winner H v Winner J
Final

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship

Round 1
A Valley Rovers 2-4 v Carrigtwohill 4-16
B Fermoy 2-12 v Ballinhassig 2-7
C Sliabh Rua 1-8 v Killeagh Itas 4-7
D Fr O’Neills 4-17 v Aghabullogue 1-8
Loser Round 2
E Valley Rovers v Ballinhassig
F Sliabh Rua v Aghabullogue
Winners Round 2
G Carrigtwohill v Fermoy
H Killeagh Itas v Fr O’Neills
Quarter Final
I Winner E v Loser H
J Winner F v Loser G
Semi Finals
Winner G v Winner I
Winner H v Winner J
Final
v
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 C3 Hurling Tournament
Preliminay Round
A Bishopstown v Blackrock
Round 1
B Inniscarra v Na Piarsaigh
C Sarsfields v Midleton
D Mallow v Blarney
E Douglas v Winner A
Semi Finals
Winner B v Winner C
Winner D v Winner E
Final
v

Round 2 of Premier Minor Hurling Championship

Following the opening round of Premier Minor Hurling Championship, the draws for the next round are below, we have also included the results of Round 1.

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Round 1

Sarsfield                              2-21          1-7            Bishopstown

Blarney                               1-9            2-21          Na Piarsaigh

Glen Rovers                        1-14          1-22          Midleton

Duhallow                            1-3            7-23          Douglas

 

Round 2

Carbery                               -                -                Bishopstown

Blarney                               -                -                Duhallow

Glen Rovers                        -                -                bye

The draw for Round 2 of Premier Minor Hurling

Championship took place on Thursday night at Rebel Og Central Board meeting. Bishopstown will meet Duhallow and Carbery will open their campaign against Blarney. Glen Rovers have been given a bye to the next round. Pending the results of Round 2, a third draw maybe required should Carbery not be successful with their opening game.

The draw and details for the following round will be made once Round 2 games takes place.

 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship

Round 1

Eire Og                                                 2-14          2-23          Shandrum

Carrigaline                                           2-11          0-23          Ballincollig

St Finbarrs                                            2-12          1-16          Blackrock

Mallow                                                 0-10          3-10          Inniscarra

Round 2

Loser Round

Eire Og                                                 -                -                Carrigaline

St Finbarrs                                            -                -                Mallow

Winners Round

Shandrum                                             -                -                Ballincollig

Blackrock                                             -                -                Inniscarra

 

 

 

For the Premier 2 Minor Hurling Championship, the format is as follows.

Following Round 1 taking place, Round two has split into two different directions, The losers of Round 1 will now place off for a chance to get back in to the championship when the play off for a Q-Final place.

 

The winners of Round 1 are playing off for a place in the County Semi-Final, the winners of the Round 2 winners section will proceed to the Semi’s while the loser will go to the Q-Final and play one of the winners from Round 2 losers section.

 

 

 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship

Round 1

Valley Rovers                          2-4         4-16      Carrigtwohill

Fermoy                                     2-12       2-7        Ballinhassig

Sliabh Rua                                1-8         4-7        Killeagh/Itas

Fr O Neills                               4-17       1-8        Aghabullogue

Round 2

Losers section

Valley Rovers                          -             -            Ballinhassig

Sliabh Rua                                -             -            Aghabullogue

Winners Section

Carrigtwohill                            -             -            Fermoy

Killeagh/Itas                            -             -            Fr O Neills

For the Premier 2a Minor Hurling Championship, the format is as follows.

Following Round 1 taking place, Round two has split into two different directions, The losers of Round 1 will now place off for a chance to get back in to the championship when the play off for a Q-Final place.

 

The winners of Round 1 are playing off for a place in the County Semi-Final, the winners of the Round 2 winners section will proceed to the Semi’s while the loser will go to the Q-Final and play one of the winners from Round 2 losers section.