Draw details for Premier 1 MHC Semi-Final

Following on from Rebel Og Central CCCC meeting on Wednesday, the following has been confirmed.

The draw for the Semi-Finals of the Premier 1 Minor Hurling Championship sponsored by Carrigaline Court Hotel will take place on Tuesday August 22nd, at the next meeting of Rebel Og Central.

The draw will not allow any repeats of early rounds meetings between teams. The four teams that are in the draw are Glen Rovers and Midleton in Pot A and Douglas and Duhallow in Pot B.

As soon as the draw has taken place, it will be posted on our website.

Rebel Og Premier U14 Hurling championship starts

Results round up from opening games in Rebel Og Premier U14 Hurling championship that commenced this week.

The winners of Round one will move into the Semi-finals while the losers will move to the Challenge Cup Semi-Final.

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P1 Hurling Championship:

Ballincollig 2-15, Glen Rovers 3-9;

Midleton 3-11, Blackrock 4-4;

St Finbarrs 0-12, Sarsfield 1-11;

Valley Rovers 3-6, Douglas 1-12;

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P2 Hurling Championship:

Ballygarvan 3-14, Youghal 7-9;

Kiltha Og 1-10, Na Piarsaigh 2-17;

Carrigaline 2-11, Sliabh Rua 2-5;

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 PA2 Hurling Championship:

Killeagh/Itas 4-11, Cobh 1-8;

Mallow 5-12, Erins Own 3-12;

Bride Rovers 8-14, Shandrum 1-3;

Whitechurch 1-8, Blarney 7-8;

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.

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

Cork Minor Hurling team announced

Munster Minor Hurling Championship

The Cork Minor Hurling team to play Dublin in the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship Semi-Final next Sunday 13th August in Croke Park @ 1.30pm has been announced as follows.
1. Ger Collins – Ballinhassig

2. Conor O’ Callaghan – Dromtarriffe

3. Sean O’ Leary Hayes – Midleton – (Captain)

4. Eoin Roche – Bride Rovers

5. Aaron Walsh Barry – Carrigtwohill

6. James Keating – Kildorrery – (Vice Captain)

7. Ger Millerick – Fr. O Neill’s

8. Daire Connery – Na Piarsaigh

9. Diarmuid Linehan – Ballyhooly

10. Craig Hanifin – Na Piarsaigh

11. Liam O Shea – Lisgoold

12. Brian Roche – Bride Rovers

13. Evan Sheehan – Na Piarsaigh

14. Robert Downey – Glen Rovers

15. Brian Turnbull – Douglas

Subs

16. Ian Butler – Kildorrery

17. Jack O Callaghan – Charleville

18. Ronan Sheehan – Mallow

19. Ross Howell – Douglas

20. Barry Murphy – Castlelyons

21. Brian Buckley – Dromina

22. David Jones – Dromina

23. Declan Hanlon – Blarney

24. Colin O Brien – LiscarrollChurchtown Gaels

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

Rebel Og Award for June to Feile All-Ireland Winners

JUNE 2017 WINNERS

ALL IRELAND FÉILE NA NGAEL CHAMPIONS

Sarsfields – Division 1 Camogie Champions

Na Piarsaigh – Division 3 Hurling Champions

Cuchullains – Division 6 Hurling Champions

St. Kevin’s – Division 11 Hurling Champions

 The June 2017 winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly Awards sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, Cummins Sports (Award Sponsors) with RedFM and The Evening Echo (Media Partners) are Sarsfields – Division 1 Camogie Champions, Na Piarsaigh – Division 3 Hurling Champions, Cuchullains – Division 6 Hurling Champions and St. Kevin’s – Division 11 Hurling Champions – all Féile na nGael Champions. 

 

 

Four Cork clubs competed in the finals of the All-Ireland Féile and proved worthy winners of the All-Irelands, culminating in four All-Ireland Titles.  The Victorious four sides, Sarsfield Camogie Club Glanmire, Na Piarsaigh, Cuchullains from Kanturk and Milford side St. Kevin’s formed a victorious Rebel County Quartet of All-Irelands.  A remarkable achievement and those four teams are recognised today for their endeavours with the richly deserved Rebel Og Award for June.

 

 

 

Glen Rovers win Premier 1 U15 County Hurling title

Sunday morning in St.Finbarrs GAA complex, Glen Rovers won the Rebel Og Premier 1 County Hurling Championship following a late goal to beat Sars 1-13 to 1-12 after an excellent game of hurling. 

 

Both teams gave it everything. The sides were level at the break and again in the second half both sides brought their ‘A’ game. The lead swapped hands on a number of occassions in the last five mins before Glen scored the winning goal on last puck of the game

 

Full Results Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 15 P1 Hurling Championship:    Sarsfield  1-12, Glen Rovers  1-13 ;

 

Photos from the Premier 1 Final http://rebelog.ie/gallery/?aid1=792786104204761 

 

 

Check out the moment that Glen Rovers were crowned U15 County Champions and captains speech after the game. 

 


 

Click the photo below to view photos from the final 2017

 

 


 

 

 

Rebel Og Premier 1 U15 County Final will see Glen Rovers and Sarsfield’s meet in the first top grade County Final of 2017. The final will take place on Sunday morning next 7th of May. 



 

 


WHO 

Glen Rovers Vs Sars 

 

WHAT 

Rebel Og Premier 1 U15 County Final 2017

 

WHERE 

St.Finbarrs Hurling and Football Togher

 

WHEN 

Sunday 7th of May at 1pm

 

HOW

The road to the finals saw both teams go down different paths. 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 15 P1 Hurling Championship: 

Q-Finals 

Sarsfield 2-11, Ballincollig  0-5,

Blackrock   5-7, Kiltha Og 4-11,

Glen Rovers 3-12, Douglas  0-11, 

St Finbarrs  0-8, Midleton 1-15,

Semi-Finals 

Glen Rovers 3-16, Kiltha Og  0-3,

Sarsfield 2-14, Midleton  1-9,

 

Final

Glen Rovers v Sarsfield 

 


 

The Role of honor of U15 Premier 1 Competitions 

 

Rebel Og are now in our sixth season since our inception. The first Rebel Og U15 Premier winners were Fr. O’Neills in 2012, this was followed up in 2013 with Sats putting their name on the trophy, they followed up and won the competition for a second time in 2015 while  Na Piarsaigh claimed it in 2014. Glen Rovers won the trophy in 2016 and are current holders. 

 

PREMIER 1 U15       HURLING CHAMPIONS

2012                 Fr O’Neills

2013                 Sarsfields

2014                 Na Piarsaigh

2015                 Sarsfields

2016                 Glen Rovers

2017                 Glen Rovers or  Sarsfields