Big games in County A, B1 &B2 championship this weekend

update fixture programme from Coiste na nOg

Saturday 23rd September 2017

Cummins Sports Under 16 ‘A’ Hurling Championship Quarter Final

@ Mayfield: Cloughdubh v Fermoy 12.30pm

Clayton Silversprings Hotel County Minor ‘A’ Hurling Championship

Quarter Final

@ Mayfield:    Owen Gaels v Kilshannig 2.15 pm

Clayton Silversprings Hotel County Minor ‘A’ Hurling Championship

Quarter Final

@ Ballincollig: Bandon v Bride Rovers 3.45 pm

Clayton Silversprings Hotel County Minor ‘B1’ Hurling Championship

Quarter Final

@ Caherlag:  Kiltha Óg v Ballycastle Gaels 3.00 pm

Clayton Silversprings Hotel County Minor ‘B2’ Hurling Championship

Monday 25th September 2017

Evening Echo County Under 14 ‘B2’ Hurling Championship Quarter Final

@ Castlelyons: Shamrocks v Castlelyons @ 7.30 pm

Extra Time 10 minutes a side in all games

Saturday 23rd September 2017

Under 13 ‘B1’ Hurling League

@ Enniskeane:  Ahan Gaels v Nemo Rangers 4.00 pm

Sunday 24th September 2017

Under 13 ‘B1’ Hurling League

@ Ahavine (Fr. O’Neills):  Fr. O’Neills v Bandon 11.30 am

Under 13 ‘A’ Hurling League

@ Ballinhassig:  Ballinhassig v Aghada 4.00 pm

Extra Time 10 minutes a side in all Under 13 games, if sides are still level following extra time, referee restarts the game and first side to score is declared the winner.  

Dean Ryan Cup 

The Dean Ryan Cup (Under 16.5 A Hurling) competition gets underway this week with three Round 1 fixtures down for decision.


Fixture Details

Corn an Rianaigh (16.5 A H) Round 1
Wednesday September 20th
CBS Midleton 4-14 Our Ladys Templemore 2-15 – Match Report

Ham HS Bandon 0-15 Nenagh CBS 0-4
St Flannans W/O Coláiste Iosaef, Kilmallock Snr

Thursday September 21st
Bansha 13:30 Árdscoil Rís Limerick V De La Salle College Waterford


Our Ladys Templemore v CBS Midleton

Our Ladys Templemore and CBS Midleton will meet in Clonmel Sportsfield on Wednesday at 1:30pm. In last year’s competition, both schools lost out to the eventual Dean Ryan Cup runners-up Thurles CBS – Templemore losing out by 3 points in round 1 (Match Report) while CBS Midleton proved no match for Thurles, losing out by 28 points in the semi-final (Match Report).

By coincidence, both schools lost out to Thurles CBS in last year’s Under 15 A Hurling competition also, Templemore losing by 11 points in the semi-final while CBS Midleton lost by 4 points to Thurles in the quarter-final.


Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon v Nenagh CBS

Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon take on Nenagh CBS in the other Round 1 match fixed for Wednesday, this one taking place in Fermoy at 1:30pm. Last year, Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon took part in the Under 16.5 B Hurling competition (Corn Sheamais Ui Dhonnchu), losing out to Doon by a point in the second round. Nenagh CBS lost in Round 1 of the Dean Ryan Cup to Ardscoil Ris Limerick by six points.

In last year’s Under 15 A Hurling competition (Corn Aodh Ui Dhudha), Nenagh CBS lost to the eventual champions Thurles CBS by 12 points in the first round. Meanwhile, Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon played in the Under 15 B Hurling competition and proved successful, winning the Corn Reamainn Ui hOgain Final by 3-20 to 1-12 against St. Joseph’s Tulla.


Árdscoil Rís Limerick V De La Salle College Waterford

Thursday’s game sees Ardscoil Ris Limerick taking on De La Salle Waterford at 1:30pm in Bansha. Last season, Ardscoil Ris lost out to CBS Midleton by 2-16 to 2-11 while De La Salle Waterford lost out to the eventual champions St. Colmans Fermoy by three points in the Quarter-Final.

Interestingly, these schools met in last year’s Under 15 A Hurling competition (Corn Aodh Ui Dhudha) with Ardscoil Ris Limerick securing a 2-16 to 1-13 victory over De La Salle Waterford in the Quarter-Final played at Clonmel.


Dean Ryan Cup Roll of Honour


Rebel Og Results Round up from week ending 17th Sept

Results from Rebel Og competitions that took place over the past seven days.

Rebel Og Central

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship: Midleton 1-11, Glen Rovers 0-19 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship: Blackrock 0-9, Inniscarra 0-12 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship: Carrigtwohill 1-6, Fermoy 3-13 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Football Champ: Glanmire 0-8, Carbery Rangers 0-16 Winners round; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2A Football Championship: Valley Rovers 6-16, Carrigaline 1-8 Round 1; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Championship: Ballincollig 1-8, Carbery Rangers 2-10 Q/F; St Finbarrs 3-19, Bishopstown 2-5 S/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Chalenge Cup: Carrigaline 1-10, Douglas 3-7 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Championship: Buttevant 0-11, Glanmire 0-12 Semi Final; St Michaels 1-10, Mallow 3-10 Q/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Football Championship: Passage West 3-4, Macroom 2-10 Semi Final; St Nicholas 2-7, Eire Og 2-8 Q/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2A Football Challenge Cup: Na Piarsaigh 5-5, Ballygarvan 7-9 Semi Final; St Nicholas 8-14, Wolfe Tones 7-14 S/F AET; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P2 Hurling Challenge Cup: Ballygarvan 7-11, Sliabh Rua 4-4 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P1 Football Championship: Douglas 6-7, Midleton 4-4 Q/F; Beara 1-9, Ballincollig 5-6 Q/F; Na Piarsaigh 3-10, St Michaels 0-6 Round 1; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P2 Football Championship: Youghal 3-5, Mallow 3-13 Round 1; Fe 18 P2A Football League: Valley Rovers 6-16, Carrigaline 1-8 Champ result; Fe 15 P1 Hurling League: Kiltha Og 2-9, St Finbarrs 1-15 ; Fe 14 P1 Hurling League: Glen Rovers 4-9, Valley Rovers 1-8 ; Fe 14 P1 Football League: Carrigaline -, St Finbarrs – Not Played; Fe 14 P2 Football League: Eire Og 3-6, Castlehaven 3-9 ; Eire Og 1-10, Youghal 3-6 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 P2 Hurling Playoff: Kiltha Og 2-9, Sarsfield 3-7 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (1) Autumn Hurling League: Midleton 1-3, St Finbarrs 2-7 ; Douglas 4-12, Kiltha Og 1-12 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (2) Autumn Hurling League: Sarsfield 2-5, Valley Rovers 2-12 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (3) Autumn Hurling League: Inniscarra 4-9, Killeagh/Itas 4-5 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (4) Autumn Hurling League: Bishopstown -, Carrigaline – Not Played; Ballinhassig 1-6, Bishopstown 5-13 ; Fe 12 P1 Football League: Bishopstown 1 L-L, Fermoy W-W ; Valley Rovers L-L, Glanmire 1 W-W ; Na Piarsaigh 1 L-L, Glenville W-W ; Fe 12 P2 Football League: Cobh L-L, Kinsale W-W ; Mallow 1 W-W, Sliabh Rua L-L ; Fe 12 C3 Football League: Valley Rovers W-W, Ballincollig 2 L-L ;

Rebel Og East

Rebel Og East U12 B2 Hurling League Play Off: Ballinora 3-9, Lisgoold 0-8, Venue: Ballinora, ;
Rebel Og East Minor A Football Championship: Aghada 3-11, Aghabullogue 2-2, Venue: Mayfield, ;Rebel Og East Minor B1 East 1 Football Championship: Whitechurch 3-9, Blarney 1-12, Venue: Grenagh, Semi Final;Rebel Og East Minor B2 East 1 Football Championship:
Aghinagh 10-12, Carrig na bhFear 1-3, Venue: Dripsey, ;Rebel Og East Minor A Hurling Championship: Bride Rovers 1-13, Cobh 2-11, Venue: Aghada, Final;Rebel Og East Minor B1 Hurling Championship: Lisgoold 1-18, Kiltha Og 1-11, Venue: Aghada, Final;Rebel Og East Minor A Football League: Aghada -, Erins Own -, Venue: Aghada, Conceded by Erins Own;
Aghabullogue 2-3, Aghada 3-11, Venue: To Be Confirmed or Refixed, ;Rebel Og East Minor B1 East 1 Football League: Blarney 1-12, Whitechurch 3-9, Venue: Blarney, ; Rebel Og East Minor B2 East 1 Football League: Carrig na bhFear 3-5, Grenagh 3-7, Venue: Carrignavar College, ;Rebel Og East Under 16 A Football Championship:  Kinsale 1-12, Aghabullogue 1-13, Venue: Kinsale, Semi final;Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 1 Football Championship: Ballinora 6-22, Tracton 1-2, Venue: Ballinora, Semi Final; Kilbrittian 0-11, Ballinhassig 0-5, Venue: Kilbrittian, Semi final;Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 2 Football Championship: Canovee 9-10, Kilmurry 1-11, Venue: Carrigadrohid, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 3 Football Championship: Killeagh Itas 1-4, Fr O Neills 2-9, Venue: Killeagh/Itas, Semi Final;Rebel Og East U16 B2 Hurling Championship:  St Catherines 1-16, Nemo Rangers 4-7, Venue: Castlemartyr, Final; Crosshaven 2-5, Nemo Rangers 5-8, Venue: Crosshaven, Semi Final;Rebel Og East Under 16 A Football League: Aghabullogue 1-13, Kinsale 1-12, Venue: Kinsale, ;Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 1 Football League: Tracton 1-2, Ballinora 6-22, Venue: Minane bridge, Semi final;Courcey Rovers -, Shamrocks -, Venue: Courcey Rovers, Conceded by Shamrocks;Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 3 Football League: St Colmans -, Castlelyons -, Venue: Cloyne New Field, Conceded by Castlelyons;Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 Hurling League: Aghada -, St Vincents -, Venue: Aghada, Conceded by St Vincents;Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 1 Hurling Championship:
Aghabullogue 4-11, Passage 1-5, Venue: Ballincollig, Final;Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 2 Hurling Championsip: Lisgoold 0-9, Fr O Neills 1-4, Venue: Lisgoold, Semi final;Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 1 Hurling League: Cloughduv 2-7, Courcey Rovers 2-8, Venue: Cloughduv, ;Aghabullogue 4-11, Passage 1-5, Venue: Coachford, ;Rebel Og East Fe 12 A Football League Play Off: Aghabullogue 3-7, Youghal 1-2, Venue: Coachford, ;Rebel Og East U12 A Hurling League Play Off: St Catherines 5-7, Blarney 0-5, Venue: Ballynoe, Quarter Final;Eire Og 1-2, Bride Rovers 4-5, Venue: Eire Og, Quarter Final;
Aghada 6-15, Mayfield 1-5, Venue: Aghada, Quarter Final;

 

Rebel Og West

UNDER 12 A FOOTBALL CUP: Sam Maguires 4-9, O Donovan Rossa 2-5 ; Castlehaven 7-22, Newcestown 7-5 ; Bandon 6-7, Castletownbere 2-5 ; Bantry Blues 7-10, St Colms 2-11 ; UNDER 12 B FOOTBALL CUP: Tadhg Mac Carthaigh 6-10, Carbery Rangers 2-4 ; Barryroe 3-6, Ahan Gaels 1-11 ; UNDER 12 C FOOTBALL CUP: Iveleary 2-9, Ilen Og 3-10 ; Argideen Rangers 4-8, Kilbrittain 10-11 ; Ilen Og 5-15, Aghinagh 1-5 ; Iveleary 9-11, Kilmeen 1-2 ; Kilmichael 1-2, Clann na nGael 9-17 ; UNDER 12 D FOOTBALL CUP: Beal Atha n Ghaorthaidh 8-7, Muintir Bhaire 2-13 ; Kilmacabea 10-9, Glengarriffe 6-10 ; UNDER 12 A HURLING SHIELD FINAL: Barryroe 3-3, St Colms 2-11 SHIELD FINAL; MINOR B1 FOOTBALL C,SHIP WEST 1: Macroom 3-4, Owen Gaels 2-7 ; MINOR B2 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Adrigole 7-14, Kilmeen 1-6 ; UNDER 16 A FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Newcestown 1-11, Sam Maguires 2-6 ; UNDER 16 B 1 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Naomh Aban 2-8, Tadhg Mac Carthaigh 4-8 ; UNDER 16 B 2 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: St Colms 4-15, Sam Maguires 2 1-4 ; UNDER 16 B 3 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Iveleary 4-10, Mizen Rovers 5-15 ; Beal Atha n Ghaorthaidh 2-11, Glengarriffe 3-8 ; U14 B 2 WEST 3 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Clondrohid 1-8, Aghinagh 2-11 ; UNDER 14 A HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP: Ibane Gaels 1-8, Ballinora 2-7 ; UNDER 14 B1 HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP: Owen Gaels 2-8, St Colms 2-2 ; UNDER 14 B2 HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP: Shamrocks 1-6, Tracton 3-7 ; UNDER 12 A HURLING CUP: Kilbrittain 1-2, Bandon 6-1 ;

 

Rebel Og North

 

U16 B1 Hurling Championship replay: Buttevant 4-8, Clyda Rovers 3-8 ; U12B HL 11Aside Blue Semi final and final stage Rebel Og North: Kilshannig 3-5, Dromtariffe 5-2 ; U12A HL 13 aside Semi final and final stage Rebel Og North: Clyda Rovers 5-13, Killavullen Blue 6-7 ; U12A HL 11 aside semi final and final stages Rebel Og North: Milford 4-3, Millstreet 7-8 ; Rebel Og North Cavanaghs Of Charleville U18 A H Championship: Kilshannig 1-15, Watergrasshill 2-17 ; Castlelyons 2-14, Kilshannig 2-16 ; Rebel Og North Abbey Print U18 B1 H Championship: Granard Gaels 0-13, Ballycastle Gaels 4-13 ; Rebel Og North Newmarket Motors U18 B2 H Championship: St Marks 0-6, Doneraile 2-16 ; Rebel Og North Central Sports Kanturk u18 B1 Red F Championship : Knocknagree 2-8, Dromtariffe 1-9 ; Rebel Og North Fermoy Nissan U18 B2 F Championship: Trinity Gaels 1-12, St Kevins 8-5 ; St Dominics -, Kilara Og – Conceded by Kilara Og; U18 B1 HL Semi final and Final stage Rebel Og North: Ballyhea 1-11, Killavullen 0-12 ; Rebel Og North Kanturk Credit Union U16 White B2 F Championship: St Dominics 5-9, Killavullen 4-8 ; Rebel Og North Barnes Jewelers Fermoy U16 A H Championship: Fermoy 0-11, Bride Rovers 1-12 ; Fermoy 2-18, Cuchulainns 3-11 ; Ballyhea 3-8, Bride Rovers 2-18 ; Rebel Og North O Sullivan Lewis U16 B1 H Championship: Buttevant 4-8, Clyda Rovers 3-8 ; Buttevant 1-11, Clyda Rovers 1-11 ; Kilshannig 2-3, Granard Gaels 0-20 ; Rebel Og North O Sullivans Hurleys U16 B2 H Championship: Newmarket 3-9, Kildorrery 3-14 ; Rebel Og North Firgrove Hotel U14 B1 F Championship: Buttevant -, St Peters – Conceded by St Peters; Charleville 3-2, Blarney 8-11 ; Rebel Og North U14 B2 F Red Championship: Carrig na bhFear 5-2, Castlelyons 2-2 ; Rebel Og North Avondhu Motor Factors U14 A H Championship: Cuchulainns 2-12, Granard Gaels 2-8 ; Rebel Og North Hunters Rest U14 B1 H Championship: Clyda Rovers 0-8, St Kevins 6-12 ; Rebel Og North Ayrton Group Health and Safety U14 B2 H Championship: Croke Rovers 1-8, Newmarket 1-2 ; U12 A 11 aside FL Semi final and final stage Rebel Og North: Fermoy 5-21, St Peters 1-10 ;

Well done to Cork Camoige Team

Congratulations to the Cork Senior Camogie team on their All-Ireland success on Sunday in Croke Park. Cork who had one point to spare over rivals Kilkenny won their third title in four years.

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All Ireland Senior Camogie Final

CORK 0-10 KILKENNY 0-9

By Daragh O’Conchuir at Croke Park

Cork reserved their best performance of the past 12 months to record an extraordinary victory over champions Kilkenny to move past Dublin on the roll of honour with 27 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championships.

In a game that had everything, it was super sub Julia White, only on the pitch a matter of minutes, who shot the winner with the clock reading 66 minutes and 16 seconds.

Gemma O’Connor had flighted a soaring equaliser from 65m right on 60 minutes, having played the entire game despite being considered a major doubt with a knee injury beforehand.

White, a former Cork skipper who has endured a torrid two years after tearing her Achilles tendon and then breaking her foot, was introduced immediately afterwards to spectacular effect.

The players tore into every exchange as the rain began to pour down once more, putting their bodies on the line with a minimum of six minutes of injury time announced.

Scores had been hard to come by throughout however and it took White to provide the definitive one with her first touch.

“It’s an unbelievable feeling” said White afterwards. “I’ve had a frustrating year in terms of injuries and so on, so I was delighted to have the option of getting on and getting a point.

Ashling Thompson, Cork, and Julie Ann Malone, Kilkenny, collide at Croke Park.
Ashling Thompson, Cork, and Julie Ann Malone, Kilkenny, collide at Croke Park.

“I know it was only one point and there were loads more, but it’s definitely a great feeling after being out for the last two years.”

White’s intervention also moved Rena Buckley clear of her long-time colleague Briege Corkery as the player with the highest combined tally of All-Ireland Senior medals, bringing her tally to 18.

“It’s great, it’s absolutely fantastic” smiled the Inniscarra woman, talking about the victory rather than any personal achievement. “We came up here last year, we had high expectations, we were going for three-in-a-row and we were kind of taught a lesson by Kilkenny really. They played with huge aggression and they really knew how to score and how to break us down.

“We had to work very hard, we went back early this year and we played Kilkenny in the League Final and felt we had a lot of work put in but that day they beat us as well.

“So we really put our shoulder to the wheel, we came up against a very strong Galway team in the semi-final, which was a huge help I think. And thankfully today the fruits of our work were shown on the field.”

Cork were by far the superior team in the first half, but somehow only led by 0-5 to 0-2 at half time. They were in command in most sectors, with Orla Cronin proving a real handful for Anne Dalton, O’Connor looking comfortable and Ashling Thompson covering acres of ground while throwing herself into the physical battles with relish.

It was by no means free-flowing but the Rebels scored the first three points, Amy O’Connor book-ending a converted free by Orla Cotter. They should have been further ahead, as Katrina Mackey hit the upright and they wasted some tremendous opportunities.

Denise Gaule fired Kilkenny’s first score from a free in the 11th minute but Cronin and Mackey stretched the gap before Julie Ann Malone hit the Cats’ first score from play before the break.

Ann Downey must surely have fired a rocket at her charges at the interval and they thundered into the fray straight from the resumption.

Ashling Thompson, Cork, and Julie Ann Malone, Kilkenny, collide at Croke Park.
Ashling Thompson, Cork, and Julie Ann Malone, Kilkenny, collide at Croke Park.

After such a tight first half, the teams shared nine points inside 14 minutes before returning to arm wrestle status.

Kilkenny shot five of the first six, Meighan Farrell throwing over two, with Katie Power, Shelly Farrell and Gaule (free) moving them ahead.

This was a crucial period in the game and Cork battened down the hatches. Cotter found the target from a free to stop the bleeding before Cronin sent over majestically from tight on the left to put Cork ahead once more, only for Malone to level again.

That was in the 44th minute and it was another 11 before the next score arrived. It was a tremendous solo effort by Miriam Walsh, who controlled the sliotar brilliantly before turning back inside and clearing the black spot off her left from the right flank.

For a while, it looked like the Double Double would be Kilkenny’s. But Cork found a little bit more. And that was enough.

Scorers for Cork: O Cronin 0-3, A O’Connor, O Cotter (2fs) 0-2 each, K Mackey, G O’Connor, J White 0-1 each.

Scorers for Kilkenny: M Farrell, J A Malone, D Gaule (2fs) 0-2 each, K Power, S Farrell, M Walsh 0-1 each.

CORK: A Murray, L Treacy, R Buckley, L Coppinger, G O’Connor, P Mackey, C Sigerson, E O’Sullivan, A Thompson, A O’Connor, O Cronin, O Cotter, H Looney, N McCarthy, K Mackey.

Subs: L Homan for Looney (52), J White for Sigerson (60+1).

KILKENNY: E Kavanagh, C Phelan, C Foley, G Walsh, A Dunphy, A Dalton, D Tobin, M Farrell, A Farrell, J A Malone, K Power, D Gaule, D Morrissey, M Walsh, S Farrell.

Subs: M Quilty for Morrissey (HT), J Reddy for Malone (59).

REFEREE: O Elliott (Antrim).

Rebel Og Results round up 

Rebel Og Results round up from the past seven days of games. 


Rebel Og County Results 

U15B1 County Football Championship: Aghabullogue 0-5, Owen Gaels 1-6 Final ; U15B2 County Football Championship: Muintir na nGael 2-7, St Peters 5-9 Final;

Rebel Og North Results 

U12B HL 11 Aside Green Semi final and final stage Rebel Og North: Buttevant -, BYE – Conceded by BYE; Granard Gaels 1-11, St Marks 2-5 ; U12B HL 11Aside Blue Semi final and final stage Rebel Og North:Dromtariffe 6-11, St Dominics 2-6 ; Kilshannig -, BYE – Conceded by BYE; U12A HL 13 aside Semi final and final stage Rebel Og North: Clyda Rovers -, BYE – Conceded by BYE; Ballyhea 1-10, Killavullen Blue 4-9 ;U12A HL 11 aside semi final and final stages Rebel Og North: Croke Rovers 5-6, Millstreet 5-8 ; BYE -, Milford – Conceded by BYE; U16 B2 H Championship replay Rebel Og North: Croke Rovers 1-10, Laochra Og 1-12 ; Rebel Og North Cavanaghs Of Charleville U18 A H Championship: Watergrasshill 2-7, Keale Gaels 0-12 ; Rebel Og North Abbey Print U18 B1 H Championship: Granard Gaels 2-14, Kildorrery 0-15 ; Killavullen 2-13, Kildorrery 3-11 ; Ballyhea 2-8, Ballycastle Gaels 0-16 ; Rebel Og North Newmarket Motors U18 B2 H Championship: Kilara Og 0-3, Doneraile 6-11 ; St Kevins 2-13, St Marks 8-9 ; U18 B1 Fl Red Semi Final and Final stages Rebel Og North:Clyda Rovers 5-7, Sliabh Luachra Gaels 2-10 ; Rebel Og North Barnes Jewelers Fermoy U16 A H Championship: Fermoy 0-16, Ballygiblin 0-13 ; Cuchulainns 3-12, Keale Gaels 2-12 ; Ballyhea 2-13, Watergrasshill 1-15 ; Bride Rovers 3-20, Charleville 0-6 ; Rebel Og North O Sullivan Lewis U16 B1 H Championship: Buttevant 4-15, Ballycastle Gaels 2-9 ; St Kevins 1-15, Clyda Rovers 2-13 ; Banteer 0-7, Kilshannig 5-8 ; Kilara Og 1-10, Granard Gaels 1-14 ;Rebel Og North O Sullivans Hurleys U16 B2 H Championship: St Dominics 2-11, Newmarket 2-13 ; Laochra Og 1-12, Croke Rovers 1-10 replay; Killavullen 3-10, Kildorrery 3-15 ; Laochra Og 2-10, Croke Rovers 3-7 ; U16 A HL Semi final and final stage Rebel Og North: Ballygiblin 2-14, Cuchulainns 2-11 ; Rebel Og North Avondhu Motor Factors U14 A H Championship: Granard Gaels 10-11, Donoughmore 3-3 ; Cuchulainns 4-17, Watergrasshill 3-11 ; Rebel Og North Hunters Rest U14 B1 H Championship: Clyda Rovers 2-7, Ballycastle Gaels 0-10 ; Ballygiblin 2-7, St Kevins 5-8 ; Rebel Og North Ayrton Group Health and Safety U14 B2 H Championship: Kilara Og 2-13, Keale Gaels 1-3 ; Rebel Og North u12A HL2 13 aside:Killavullen Blue 4-9, Ballyhea 1-10 ; Rebel Og North U12A HL2 11 aside: Millstreet 5-11, Cuchulainns 3-9 ; Croke Rovers 5-4, Fermoy 4-5 Ch x 2; Rebel Og North U12B HL2 11 Aside Green: Granard Gaels 2-5, Buttevant 2-8 ; U12 B FL Play off Phase 2 Group 1:Boherbue 4-7, Duarigle Gaels 7-11 ; Rebel Og North U12B HL2 11 aside Blue: Killavullen White 5-5, Doneraile 0-6 ;

Rebel Og East Result 

Rebel Og East Minor B1 East 1 Football Championship: 
Crosshaven 2-7, Blarney 6-11, Venue: Crosshaven, ;
Rebel Og East Minor A Hurling Championship: 
St Catherines 2-17, Bride Rovers 6-20, Venue: Castlelyons, Semi Final;
Rebel Og East Minor B1 Hurling Championship: 
St Vincents 2-10, Lisgoold 0-21, Venue: Mayfield, Semi Final;
Rebel Og East Minor A Football League: 
Passage 0-11, Sliabh Rua 0-11, Venue: Passage, ;
Rebel Og East Minor B1 East 1 Football League: 
Blarney 6-13, Crosshaven 2-7, Venue: Crosshaven, ;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 2 Football Championship: 
Blarney 3-8, Clondrohid 3-8, Venue: Blarney, ;
Grenagh 1-10, St Malachys 2-4, Venue: Grenagh, ;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 3 Football Championship: 
Killeagh Itas 2-18, St Colmans 0-1, Venue: Killeagh, ;
Rebel Og East U16 A Hurling Championship: 
Aghabullogue 2-13, Cloughduv 0-8, Venue: Ballinlough, Final;
Cloughduv 3-23, Glen Rovers 1-9, Venue: Cloughduv, ;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 Hurling Championship: 
Ballinora 0-6, Tracton 2-10, Venue: Ballinlough, Final;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 2 Football League: 
St Malachys 2-5, Grenagh 1-10, Venue: Grenagh, ;
Blarney 3-10, Clondrohid 3-10, Venue: Blarney, ;
Kilmurry -, St Malachys -, Venue: Kilmurry, Conceded by Kilmurry;
Clondrohid 2-12, Grenagh 2-11, Venue: Clondrohid, ;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 3 Football League: 
St Colmans 0-1, Killeagh Itas 2-18, Venue: Killeagh, ;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 4 Football League: 
Lisgoold 5-9, Raonuithe na Gael 1-9, Venue: Lisgoold, ;
Carraigtwohill 4-6, Lisgoold 0-7, Venue: Carraigtwohill, ;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B2 Hurling League: 
Raonuithe na Gael -, Kiltha Og -, Venue: Pairc Brian Diolunaigh, Conceded by Raonuithe na Gael;
Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 1 Hurling Championship: 
Passage 1-7, Courcey Rovers 0-6, Venue: Passage, Semi Final;
Rebel Og East Under 14 B2 Hurling Championship: 
Carrig na bhFear 6-15, Castlelyons 2-1, Venue: Rathcormac, Final;
Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 2 Football League: 
Crosshaven 6-18, Courcey Rovers 1-1, Venue: Crosshaven, ;
Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 1 Hurling League: 
Kinsale 0-7, Cloughduv 0-8, Venue: Kinsale, ;
Courcey Rovers 0-6, Passage 1-7, Venue: Passage, ;
Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 2 Hurling League: 
Aghada 2-9, St Catherines 4-7, Venue: Aghada, ;
Mayfield 1-4, Lisgoold 4-16, Venue: Mayfield, ;
Rebel Og East Under 12 B1 Hurling League: 
Ballygarvan 4-8, Carrig na bhFear 5-11, Venue: Ballygarvan, ;

Rebel Og Central Results 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship: Glen Rovers 0-15, Douglas 1-11 S/F; Midleton 2-19, Duhallow 0-14 S/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship: Shandrum 3-13, Blackrock 3-16 S/F; Inniscarra 0-25, St Finbarrs 2-12 S/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship: Carrigtwohill 2-17, Ballinhassig 2-10 S/F; Fr O Neills 2-14, Fermoy 3-16 S/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Football Championship:Carrigaline 2-16, Mitchelstown 0-15 Round 1;Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Football Champ:Ballincollig 1-6, Carbery Rangers 1-15 Round 1; Na Piarsaigh 0-10, Glanmire 2-11 Round 1; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Hurling Championsh: Mallow 3-9, Kiltha Og 5-9 Final replay; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Championship: Bishopstown 3-7, Douglas 2-9 ; Carrigaline 1-9, St Finbarrs 2-10 ; Nemo Rangers 6-11, Beara 2-5 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Championship: Castlehaven 0-13, Valley Rovers 3-10 Q/F; Cobh 4-5, Glanmire 2-18 Q/F; Buttevant 4-16, Midleton 1-5 Q/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Football Championship: Na Piarsaigh 0-3, Passage West 6-16 Q/F; Wolfe Tones 1-7, Ibane Gaels 3-11 Q/F; Macroom 3-12, Ballygarvan 2-6 Q/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P2 Hurling Championship: Na Piarsaigh 0-8, Carrigtwohill 0-7 Final; Carrigaline 2-7, Carrigtwohill 3-16 S/F;Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P2 Hurling Challenge Cup: Eire Og 1-12, Sliabh Rua 2-16 S/F ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 C3 Hurling Tournament: Valley Rovers 2 0-5, Blackrock 2 1-8 First Round; Midleton 2 2-9, Ballincollig 2 3-9 First Round; Fe 18 P2 Hurling League: St Finbarrs 2-12, Inniscarra 0-25 champ result; Fe 18 P1 Football League: Mitchelstown 0-15, Carrigaline 2-16 champ result; Fe 16 P1 Football League: St Finbarrs 2-10, Carrigaline 1-9 Champ result; Fe 16 P2 Football League: Buttevant 2-14, Glanmire 0-6 ; Glanmire 4-12, Castlehaven 2-14 ; Fe 15 P1 Hurling League: St Finbarrs 2-11, Blackrock 1-11 ; Ballincollig 2-8, Midleton 2-15 ; Fe 15 P2 Hurling League: Valley Rovers 1-15, Killeagh/Itas 4-17 off champ; Valley Rovers 1-15, Killeagh/Itas 4-18 ; Fe 15 C3 Football League: Inniscarra 1-18, Carrigaline 2-10 ; Nemo Rangers 3-8, Douglas 2 1-12 ; Fe 14 P1 Football League: Glanmire 4-10, Ballincollig 4-6 ; Fe 14 P2 Football League: Mallow 5-6, Cobh 2-10 ; St Nicholas 1-6, Sliabh Rua 2-8 ; Ballygarvan 2-11, Valley Rovers 3-8 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 P1 Hurling Playoff:St Finbarrs 3-11, Douglas 3-10 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 P2A Hurling Playoff: Lisgoold 1-17, Killeagh/Itas 0-10 S/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (1) Autumn Hurling League: Ballincollig 5-11, Douglas 4-4 ; St Finbarrs 1-4, Ballygarvan 1-8 ; Kiltha Og 5-11, Midleton 1-9 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (2) Autumn Hurling League: Carrigtwohill 1-12, Sarsfield 3-5 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (3) Autumn Hurling League: Killeagh/Itas 3-8, Cobh 4-16 ; Fe 12 P1 Hurling League: Ballincollig 1 L-L, Shandrum W-W ; Inniscarra 1 W-W, Blackrock 1 L-L ; Douglas 1 L-L, Fermoy W-W ; St Finbarrs 1 L-L, Carrigtwohill W-W ; Fe 12 P2 Hurling League: Cobh W-W, Ballygiblin L-L ; Carrigaline 1 W-W, Kilara Og L-L ; Nemo Rangers 1 L-L, Courcey Rovers W-W ; Mallow 1 W-W, Kinsale L-L ; Sliabh Rua L-L, Erins Own W-W ; Glen Rovers 1 L-L, Ballinhassig W-W ; Carrigaline 1 W-W, Ballygiblin L-L ; Nemo Rangers 1 L-L, Kilara Og W-W ; Fe 12 C3 Hurling League: Ballincollig 2 L-L, Midleton 2 W-W ; Fe 12 P1 Football League: Glanmire 1 D-D, Glenville D-D ; Fe 12 P2 Football League: St Michaels 2 L-L, Douglas 2 W-W off s m; Fe 12 C3 Football League: Nemo Rangers 2 L-L, Carrigaline 2 W-W ;

Draw for Rebel Of County A, B1 and B2 championship

MINOR HURLING ‘A’

Quarter Finals

West Runner Up v North Runner Up

West Winner v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

East Winner v West Runner Up or North Runner Up

NorthWinner v West Winner or East Runner Up

 

MINOR HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

West Runner Up v North Runner Up

North Winner v East Runner Up

 

Semi Finals

West Runner Up or North Runner Up v East Winner

North Winner or East Runner Up v West Winner

 

MINOR HURLING ‘B2’

Quarter Finals

West Winner v East Runner Up

North Runner Up v West Runner Up

 

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Winner or East Runner Up

East Winner v North Runner Up or West Runner Up

UNDER 16 HURLING ‘A’ 

Quarter Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up

East Runner Up v North Runner Up

Semi Finals

East Winner v North Winner or West Runner Up

West Winner v East Runner Up or North Runner Up

UNDER 16 HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

East Winner v West Runner Up

North Runner Up v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

East Winner or West Runner Up v North Winner

West Winner v North Runner Up or East Runner Up

UNDER 16 HURLING ‘B2’

Semi Finals

North Winner v East Runner Up

East Winner v North Runner Up

UNDER 14 HURLING ‘A’

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up

West Winner v North Runner Up

 

UNDER 14 HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

East 1 Winner v West Runner Up

North Winner v East 1 Runner Up

East 2 Winner v North Runner Up

West Winner v East 2 Runner Up

Semi Finals

East 1 Winner or West Runner Up v West Winner or East 2 Runner Up

North Winner or East 1 Runner Up v East 2 Winner or North Runner Up

UNDER 14 HURLING ‘B2’

Quarter Finals

East Winner v North Runner Up

West Runner Up v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up or East Runner Up

West Winner v East Winner or North Runner Up

Rebel Og County Championship A, B1 & B2 draws 2017

 

Draw for the County Section of Rebel Og Championship at A, B1 and B2. 

Herewith List of Championship Draws for the Inter Regional Stages of the Minor, Under 16 and Under 14 Championships (Hurling and Football) 2017.

As a result of some alterations to some Soft Borders in the Regional Championships it was necessary to also make minimal adjustments to the Inter Regional Championships.


MINOR HURLING ‘A’

Quarter Finals

  1. West Runner Up v North Runner Up
  2. West Winner v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up or North Runner Up

East Winner v West Winner or East Runner Up

 


MINOR HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

  1. West Runner Up v North Runner Up
  2. North Winner v East Runner Up

 Semi Finals

West Runner Up or North Runner Up v West Winner

North Winner or East Runner Up v East Winner

 


MINOR HURLING ‘B2’

Quarter Finals

  1. West Winner v East Runner Up
  2. North Runner Up v West Runner Up

 Semi Finals

North Winner v West Winner or East Runner Up

East Winner v North Runner Up or West Runner Up

 


UNDER 16 HURLING ‘A’

Quarter Finals

  1. North Winner v West Runner Up
  2. East Runner Up v North Runner Up

Semi Finals

East Winner v North Winner or West Runner Up

West Winner v East Runner Up or North Runner Up

 


UNDER 16 HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

  1. East Winner v West Runner Up
  2. North Runner Up v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

East Winner or West Runner Up v North Winner

West Winner v North Runner Up or East Runner Up


 

UNDER 16 HURLING ‘B2’

Semi Finals

North Winner v East Runner Up

East Winner v North Runner Up

 


UNDER 14 HURLING ‘A’

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up

West Winner v North Runner Up

 


UNDER 14 HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

  1. East 1 Winner v West Runner Up
  2. North Winner v East 1 Runner Up
  3. East 2 Winner v North Runner Up
  4. West Winner v East 2 Runner Up

Semi Finals

East 1 Winner or West Runner Up v West Winner or East 2 Runner Up

North Winner or East 1 Runner Up v East 2 Winner or North Runner Up

 


UNDER 14 HURLING ‘B2’

Quarter Finals

  1. East Winner v North Runner Up
  2. West Runner Up v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up or East Runner Up

West Winner v East Winner or North Runner Up


 

MINOR FOOTBALL ‘A’

Semi Finals

East Winner v West Runner Up

West Winner v East Runner Up

 


MINOR FOOTBALL ‘B1’ (WINNERS ONLY)

Quarter Finals

  1. East 2 Winner v North 1 Winner
  2. West 2 Winner v North 2 Winner

 Semi Finals

West 1 Winner v East 2 Winner or North 1 Winner

East 1 Winner v West 2 Winner or North 2 Winner

 


 

MINOR FOOTBALL ‘B2’

Quarter Finals

  1. East 1 Winner v North Runner Up
  2. North Winner v East 2 Runner Up
  3. East 2 Winner v West Runner Up
  4. West Winner v East 1 Runner Up

 Semi Finals

East 1 Winner or North Runner Up v West Winner or East 1 Runner Up

North Winner or East 2 Runner Up v East 2 Winner or West Runner Up

 


 

UNDER 16 FOOTBALL ‘A’

Quarter Finals

  1. West Winner v East Runner Up
  2. North Runner Up v West Runner Up

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Winner or East Runner Up

East Winner v North Runner Up or West Runner Up

 


 

UNDER 16 FOTBALL ‘B1’ (WINNERS ONLY)

Quarter Finals

  1. East 1 Winner v East 3 Winner
  2. East 2 Winner v East 4 Winner

Semi Finals

East 1 Winner or East 3 Winner v West Winner

East 2 Winner or East 4 Winner v Winner North

 


 

UNDER 16 FOOTBALL ‘B2’

Quarter Finals

  1. West Winner v North Runner Up 1
  2. North Runner Up 2 v West Runner Up

Semi Finals

North 1 Winner v North Runner Up 2 or West Runner Up

West Winner or North Runner Up 1 v North 2 Winner

 


 

UNDER 14 FOOTBALL ‘A’

Quarter Finals

  1. East 1 Winner v North Runner Up
  2. East 2 Winner v West Runner Up
  3. North Winner v East 2 Runner Up
  4. West Winner v East 1 Runner Up

 Semi Finals

East 1 Winner or North Runner Up v North Winner or East 2 Runner Up

East 2 Winner or West Runner Up v West Winner or East 1 Runner Up


 

UNDER 14 FOOTBALL ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

  1. East 1 Winner v North Runner Up
  2. East 2 Winner v West Runner Up
  3. North Winner v East 2 Runner Up
  4. West Winner v East 1 Runner Up

 Semi Finals

East 1 Winner or North Runner Up v North Winner or East 2 Runner Up

East 2 Winner or West Runner Up v West Winner or East 1 Runner Up

 


 

UNDER 14 FOOTBALL ‘B2’

Round 1

West 1 Runner Up v West 2 Runner Up

North 1 Runner Up v North 2 Runner Up

Quarter Finals

  1. West 2 Winner v North 1 Winner
  2. East Runner Up v North 2 Winner
  3. West 1 Winner v East Winner
  4. Winner West 1 Runner Up or West 2 Runner Up v

Winner North 1 Runner Up or North 2 Runner Up

Semi Finals

West 2 Winner or North 1 Winner v West 1 Winner or East Winner

East Runner Up or North 2 Winner v Winner West 1 Runner Up or West 2 Runner Up or Winner North 1 Runner Up or North 2 Runner Up


 

Evening Echo report with Liam Martin ahead of All-Ireland MHC Final

31.08.2017 20:15

Robert Downey of Cork in action against Kieran Breen of Tipperary. Picture: Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile

Robert Downey of Cork in action against Kieran Breen of Tipperary. Picture: Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile

‘All the people doing savage work in the clubs deserve Cork underage teams to be competing for trophies’

GIVEN it’s his fourth year involved, selector Liam Martin would be forgiven for feeling pretty satisfied heading into this Sunday’s All-Ireland final.

Of course they want to win and complete the perfect season, but seeing as Cork haven’t even reached the minor decider since 2007, the campaign has already been a success. Denis Ring and his selectors have given it everything to restore Cork’s fortunes at minor. All the credit should be shared according to the northsider.

“The county board, Rebel Óg, particularly, and all the people who are doing savage work in clubs everywhere deserve this. The minor team is only the end of a player’s underage career.

“It’s satisfying to be in the All-Ireland final because we felt for the last number of years we had Cork minor teams capable of competing with anyone but we needed a touch of luck to get there.”

That was certainly the case in the drawn Munster semi in Thurles. Fellow Glen club man Robert Downey saved Cork at the end of normal time and then Na Piarsaigh’s Evan Sheehan goaled a free at the death in extra time against Tipp.

“Munster semi-finals have been a minefield. There are ones we’ll regret for the rest of our lives that we should have won. We got the rub of the green but then I didn’t think we deserved to lose. That night in Thurles spoke volumes about the character of these lads.”

Cork goalkeeper Ger Collins. Picture: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Cork goalkeeper Ger Collins. Picture: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

That set up a replay at Páirc Uí Rinn and a Munster final against Clare, where this young Cork team ripped it up. Ger Collins, Sean O’Leary Hayes, Brian Turnbull, Evan Sheehan and Daire Connery among the many stars. Martin acknowledges how much they fed off the hurling buzz in Leeside this summer.

“There’s been a huge feelgood factor all the way through to the senior team and that gave a boost of confidence for us too. We can all look forward to the future again as Cork hurling people, but that took a long process to get there.”

The Cork minor hurling selectors: Stephen Carey (trainer), John Mortell, Ballyhea, John Dwyer, Ballincollig, Denis Ring, Fermoy, Liam Martin Glen Rovers, and Fergus Ryan, Mallow. Picture: George Hatchell

The Cork minor hurling selectors: Stephen Carey (trainer), John Mortell, Ballyhea, John Dwyer, Ballincollig, Denis Ring, Fermoy, Liam Martin Glen Rovers, and Fergus Ryan, Mallow. Picture: George Hatchell

He explains that it’s especially enjoyable to be involved with this minor crop given their eagerness to learn and develop.

“They’re full of ability, character, commitment… the characteristics of any winning team basically.”

Everywhere you go in Cork, from Blackpool to Bandon and beyond, kids are out in force with hurleys again. Martin must take particular pride in seeing city hurlers, from Piarsaigh, Douglas and Glen, backboning this minor team.

“Personally I don’t care where they come from as long as they’re good enough.

“That’s where the Development Squads system have paid off. Would have got a corner-back from Dromtarriffe otherwise in Conor O’Callaghan? He’s been excellent.

Cork's Conor O'Callaghan and Eoghan O'Neill of Dublin. Picture: INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan

Cork’s Conor O’Callaghan and Eoghan O’Neill of Dublin. Picture: INPHO/Lorraine O’Sullivan

“Of course you need the city to be thriving for Cork hurling to be successful – but it’s a big county and the gospel has spread all over Cork at this stage.

“Some of the schools have pushed on, Christians, Colman’s, Midleton CBS, the Mon AG, and that’s not undercutting what’s going on at B level. All that will come to the fore in the next couple of years and that’s only mirroring what’s going on in the clubs, participation rates – which the Cork seniors’ success will build further – are up.”

He makes the point that once the various sectors are co-ordinated, good hurlers will come through.

“The good fella at 14, 15 isn’t going to necessarily be the lad who shines at minor level. We do see late developers and quite a few of this group were in the B squad at U14 like Liam O’Shea, Brian Turnbull, Ger Mellerick. They’ve pushed on in the last few years.”

Can they seal the deal this Sunday, especially after a patchy enough showing in the semi against Dublin?

“Galway have won five minor All-Irelands and been beaten in four finals since we’ve won it in 2001. It’ll be tough. Simple as that.

“It’s vital to play the game not the occasion. We’ve preached that all year. There’s a lot of razzmatazz surrounding it and obviously Galway will have a big support as they’re in both finals. All our focus has been on our own performance though.”

Hopefully that will be enough.

U15 ‘A’ County Football Final

The county U15A football final between Bandon and Wolfe Tones will be played on Wednesday next 16th August at 8pm in Macroom. Wolfe Tones had some fine wins on their way to this final and will provide stern opposition for a Bandon aiming to complete the U15A double, having already defeated Youghal in the hurling decider.

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