County Championship Finals

Rebel Og County section have two finals on the cards with Carrigtwohill and Clyda Rovers meeting in the final on Wednesday and Caha Gaels and Mayfield in the U15B1 final, Full details below.

 

County U15 Championship Update

Rebel Og County U15 championship programme.

Full details of the draws, fixtures and results are below for the U15 championship at A, B1 and B2.

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue

Results


  • Date
  • Team
  • Comment
  • 20/06/2018 19:30
  • 20/06
  • Ballinhassig
  •  
  • Owen Gaels
  • conceded by owen gaels
  • More
  • 20/06/2018 19:30
  • 20/06
  • Aghabullogue
  • 1-17  v 1-6
  • 1-17  v 1-6
  • Mallow
  • More
  • 21/06/2018 19:30
  • 21/06
  • Fermoy
  • 1-8  v 3-17
  • 1-8  v 3-17
  • St Catherines
  • More
  • 27/06/2018 18:30
  • 27/06
  • Aghabullogue
  • 4-6  v 5-8
  • 4-6  v 5-8
  • Bandon
  • quarter final
  • More
  • 29/06/2018 19:30
  • 29/06
  • Ballinhassig
  • 3-15  v 2-9
  • 3-15  v 2-9
  • Ibane Gaels
  • More
  • 03/07/2018 19:30
  • 03/07
  • Sliabh Rua
  • 2-13  v 3-11
  • 2-13  v 3-11
  • Ballinhassig
  • More
  • 08/07/2018 19:30
  • 08/07
  • Shandrum
  • 2-9  v 6-17
  • 2-9  v 6-17
  • St Kevins
  • More
  • 11/07/2018 20:00
  • 11/07
  • Bandon
  • 2-6  v 3-13
  • 2-6  v 3-13
  • Ballinhassig
  • semi-final
  • More
  • 13/07/2018 19:30
  • 13/07
  • Liscarroll/Churchtown
  • 2-6  v 4-12
  • 2-6  v 4-12
  • St Catherines
  • More
  • 20/07/2018 19:30
  • 20/07
  • St Kevins
  • 1-8  v 2-7
  • 1-8  v 2-7
  • St Catherines
  • semifinal
  • More
  • 02/08/2018 19:30
  • 02/08
  • Ballinhassig
  • 4-11  v 2-10
  • 4-11  v 2-10
  • St Catherines
  • final
  • More

U15 County B Hurling Championship

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue
  • 09 Jul 2018
  • 09/07
  • Ballygiblin
  • 19:30
  • St Vincents
  • St Vincents
  • More

Results


  • Date
  • Team
  • Comment
  • 20/06/2018 18:30
  • 20/06
  • Sliabh Rua
  •  
  • Courcey Rovers
  • void match
  • More
  • 20/06/2018 19:30
  • 20/06
  • St Vincents
  • 1-19  v 2-10
  • 1-19  v 2-10
  • Donoughmore
  • More
  • 20/06/2018 19:30
  • 20/06
  • St Dominics
  •  
  • Ballygiblin
  • conceded by st. dominics
  • More
  • 20/06/2018 19:30
  • 20/06
  • Mayfield
  • 2-6  v 4-7
  • 2-6  v 4-7
  • Passage West
  • More
  • 20/06/2018 19:30
  • 20/06
  • Laochra Og
  • 3-9  v 3-8
  • 3-9  v 3-8
  • Sam Maguires
  • More
  • 20/06/2018 19:30
  • 20/06
  • Fr O Neills
  • 3-8  v 3-7
  • 3-8  v 3-7
  • Castlelyons
  • More
  • 20/06/2018 19:30
  • 20/06
  • Aghada
  • 2-9  v 4-9
  • 2-9  v 4-9
  • Lisgoold
  • More
  • 27/06/2018 19:30
  • 27/06
  • St Vincents
  • 8-11  v 8-9
  • 8-11  v 8-9
  • Ballycastle Gaels
  • quarter final
  • More
  • 27/06/2018 19:30
  • 27/06
  • Lisgoold
  • 3-14  v 2-4
  • 3-14  v 2-4
  • Passage West
  • quarter final
  • More
  • 27/06/2018 19:30
  • 27/06
  • Laochra Og
  • 6-11  v 6-6
  • 6-11  v 6-6
  • Courcey Rovers
  • More
  • 27/06/2018 19:30
  • 27/06
  • Ballygiblin
  • 2-10  v 1-2
  • 2-10  v 1-2
  • Fr O Neills
  • quarter final
  • More
  • 02/07/2018 20:00
  • 02/07
  • Lisgoold
  • 7-17  v 5-10
  • 7-17  v 5-10
  • Laochra Og
  • semi-final
  • More
  • 05/09/2018 18:30
  • 05/09
  • Lisgoold
  • 4-8  v 3-14
  • 4-8  v 3-14
  • St Vincents
  • final
  • More

 

Squads in Hurling action

Today is a big day for U14, U15 and U16 squads as they take part in different competitions around Munster today.

U14s will play Waterford at 11am in Killeagh while the U15’s are in Ballyhea where they will play off with Kilkenny for a place in either tier 1 or tier 2 of the Arrawbawn qualifiers. (Offaly have withdrawn from U15 the competition)

Finally, U16s are in Tippeary where they will play off against Galway, Kilkenny and Tipperary

 

Ballinhassig win Rebel Og U15 A title

Bonfires will be lighting in Ballinhassig tonight as their U15 claim County Championship honours over a hard working St. Catherine’s side.

The game took place in Mayfield GAA complex on Thursday evening.

Ballinhassig won the game 4:11 to St.Catherines 2:10.

U15 County Championship games

Some big games will take place in Rebel Og County U15 Championship this week. Below is all the details of the games involved.

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue

Results


  • Date
  • Team
  • Comment
  • 16/07/2018 19:30
  • 16/07
  • Whitechurch
  • 0-5  v 5-4
  • 0-5  v 5-4
  • Carrigtwohill
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 19:30
  • 18/07
  • Liscarroll/Churchtown
  •  
  • Bride Rovers
  • conceded by bride rovers
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 19:30
  • 18/07
  • Kilshannig
  •  
  • Mitchelstown
  • conceded by mitchelstown
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 19:30
  • 18/07
  • Clyda Rovers
  • 2-8  v 1-4
  • 2-8  v 1-4
  • Inniscarra
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 20:00
  • 18/07
  • Blarney
  • 1-11  v 2-7
  • 1-11  v 2-7
  • Ballinhassig
  • aet
  • More
  • 22/07/2018 19:30
  • 22/07
  • Ibane Gaels
  • 4-14  v 3-5
  • 4-14  v 3-5
  • Bantry Blues
  • More
  • 25/07/2018 19:30
  • 25/07
  • Kilshannig
  • 7-19  v 2-8
  • 7-19  v 2-8
  • Liscarroll/Churchtown
  • More
  • 25/07/2018 19:30
  • 25/07
  • Glenville
  • 1-10  v 1-11
  • 1-10  v 1-11
  • Carrigtwohill
  • More
  • 25/07/2018 19:30
  • 25/07
  • Blarney
  • 3-6  v 2-10
  • 3-6  v 2-10
  • Sliabh Rua
  • More
  • 25/07/2018 20:00
  • 25/07
  • Ibane Gaels
  • 1-11  v 4-7
  • 1-11  v 4-7
  • Clyda Rovers
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 19:30
  • 01/08
  • Sliabh Rua
  • 1-6  v 1-13
  • 1-6  v 1-13
  • Clyda Rovers
  • semi-final
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 19:30
  • 01/08
  • Carrigtwohill
  • 4-13  v 5-6
  • 4-13  v 5-6
  • Kilshannig
  • semi-final
  • More
  • 15/08/2018 19:15
  • 15/08
  • Carrigtwohill
  • 0-7  v 0-12
  • 0-7  v 0-12
  • Clyda Rovers
  • final
  • More

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue

Results


  • Date
  • Team
  • Comment
  • 18/07/2018 19:30
  • 18/07
  • Mayfield
  • 3-6  v 0-3
  • 3-6  v 0-3
  • Erins Own
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 19:30
  • 18/07
  • Killeagh/Itas
  • 4-7  v 2-5
  • 4-7  v 2-5
  • St Catherines
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 19:30
  • 18/07
  • Donoughmore
  • 2-10  v 0-4
  • 2-10  v 0-4
  • Fermoy
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 19:30
  • 18/07
  • Crosshaven
  • 2-14  v 3-7
  • 2-14  v 3-7
  • Passage West
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 19:30
  • 18/07
  • Aghabullogue
  • 11-9  v 7-8
  • 11-9  v 7-8
  • BK Plunketts
  • More
  • 18/07/2018 19:45
  • 18/07
  • Caha Gaels
  •  
  • Ilen Rovers
  • conceded by ilen rovers
  • More
  • 20/07/2018 19:30
  • 20/07
  • Owen Gaels
  •  
  • Sam Maguires
  • conceded by sam maguires
  • More
  • 24/07/2018 19:30
  • 24/07
  • Crosshaven
  • 2-5  v 1-7
  • 2-5  v 1-7
  • Donoughmore
  • More
  • 25/07/2018 19:30
  • 25/07
  • Macroom
  • 6-9  v 3-13
  • 6-9  v 3-13
  • Aghabullogue
  • More
  • 25/07/2018 19:30
  • 25/07
  • Killeagh/Itas
  • 3-2  v 2-13
  • 3-2  v 2-13
  • Mayfield
  • More
  • 27/07/2018 20:00
  • 27/07
  • Caha Gaels
  • 6-8  v 4-7
  • 6-8  v 4-7
  • Owen Gaels
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 19:30
  • 01/08
  • Macroom
  • 3-6  v 1-14
  • 3-6  v 1-14
  • Caha Gaels
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 19:30
  • 01/08
  • Crosshaven
  • 1-5  v 1-10
  • 1-5  v 1-10
  • Mayfield
  • semi-final
  • More
  • 19/08/2018 12:30
  • 19/08
  • Caha Gaels
  • 1-7  v 2-8
  • 1-7  v 2-8
  • Mayfield
  • final
  • More

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue

Results


  • Date
  • Team
  • Comment
  • 26/07/2018 19:45
  • 26/07
  • Courcey Rovers
  • 3-9  v 6-10
  • 3-9  v 6-10
  • Clann na nGael
  • More
  • 27/07/2018 19:30
  • 27/07
  • Naomh Aban
  • 13-16  v 3-5
  • 13-16  v 3-5
  • Aghinagh
  • More
  • 27/07/2018 19:30
  • 27/07
  • Cill na Martra
  • 0-2  v 4-14
  • 0-2  v 4-14
  • Clondrohid
  • More
  • 02/08/2018 19:30
  • 02/08
  • Clann na nGael
  • 4-10  v 3-10
  • 4-10  v 3-10
  • Clondrohid
  • aet
  • More
  • 04/08/2018 16:00
  • 04/08
  • St Dominics
  • 6-5  v 8-14
  • 6-5  v 8-14
  • Naomh Aban
  • More
  • 08/08/2018 19:15
  • 08/08
  • Naomh Aban
  • 3-15  v 2-6
  • 3-15  v 2-6
  • Clann na nGael
  • final
  • More

 

 

 

 

Cork Football Development Squads Success

On the 7th July, the Rebel Óg football development squads competed in Munster Competitions at u14, u15 and u16 lage grades. The Cork Football teams captured the u15 and u16 tournaments while the u14s competition is entering its second phase on the 28th July with 2 out of the 4 Cork sides in contention for victory.

Rebel Og U16 Development Squads

Cork Football Squads win again

 

The U16 “White” squad won their tournament in Limerick beating Limerick, Kerry and Tipperary. The manner of victory was particularly pleasing given the very attractive style of free flowing football on display. Cork were the only county to have entered 2 panels for this competition. The “Red” squad also produced excellent football on the day but came up short against Tipperary in their first game before beating Clare and Waterford to reach the Plate final.

They were second best to Kerry in this final but the management team were very happy with how the group performed. This was the first time that Cork have won this tournament in 6 years and bodes well for this crop heading in to U17 next year where they will be reunited with Bobbie O Dwyer, now in charge of theUu17s but who also managed this group at U15 level in 2017. U16 Squads here

 

Cork Football Squads win again

 

Rebel Og U15 Development Squads

Cork Football Squads win againThe U15 West squad won the Humphrey Kelleher Tournament beating Limerick and South Kerry before brushing aside the challenge of North Kerry in the final. The Cork East squad beat Clare before losing to North Kerry by 1 point after extra time in a thrilling semi final. The two Cork panels were split geographically with the West consisting of players from Carbery, Beara, Carrigdhoun & Muskerry. The East squad comprised of players from Avondhu, Duhallow, Imokilly & Seandun. The East squad can feel somewhat aggrieved not to have made it to the final given the amount of unconverted chances they had in the North Kerry game but overall, the management teams in both squads know they have a competitive group of boys and have quality players at their disposal based on performances on the day. They will be in action again on the 28th July as a qualifier blitz for the Adam Mangan Tournament in Offaly so their focus has already moved to that.
U15 Squads here

 

Cork Football Squads win again

 

Rebel Og U14 Development Squads

The U14 Jim Power tournament in Waterford is now a 2 day event. Cork North and Cork City East are going forward to the Cup Competition having qualified from their groups while the West and Mid West will compete in the Plate competition having lost out on goal difference to qualify. These finals will be on the 28th July. Cork GAA Games Manager, Kevin O Callaghan says “Cork Football is the real winner at this age group with 120 players in the system being exposed to competitive representative football. This provides a huge base of players being developed throughout the year and will ensure players are being afforded every opportunity to progress.” U14 Squads here

O Callaghan notes “While these are development tournaments only, capturing 2 of the 3 cups on offer (and the potential to win the third) is a reflection of the hard work being put in to the football squads at present. The mentors involved are putting in massive effort to aid the players development and deserve great credit here. Rebel Óg and Rebel Óg Coaching are putting a huge amount of effort in to the development squads programme and James McCarthy GDA heads up this football effort. The cooperation between minor management and underage squads beneath them is better than ever before, the conditioning of the underage players is more advanced than any year prior to 2018.”

There are still deficits in the system but perhaps the future of Cork Football is not as bleak as some people might believe this week. Well done to all the players, their clubs and mentors involved with these groups, nice to get some recognition for the hard work and commitment to the cause.

Updates from Cork Squads in action

Cork Squads are in Munster U14, U15 and U16 action across Munster today with Waterford, Cork and Limerick hosting tournaments.

Updates as we get them are below.


U14s Updates

Round 3 Fixtures: South Kerry vs North Cork Tipperary vs Mid West Cork

Jim Power U14 Football

Round 2 results from Dungarvan.

Tipperary 5-6 Limerick 3-0

South Kerry 5-12 Clare 0-4

Jim Power U14 Football
Round 1 results from Dungarvan.

Cork Mid West 5-15
Limerick 1-7

Cork North 2-13
Clare 3-2

Cork City / East side down against Waterford at the break


U15s Updates

Cork win U15 Munster Football Tournament

U15 F Humphrey Kelleher Memorial Cup Tournament Finals in Millstreet:

Shield Final: Clare v Tipp ;

Cup Final: Cork West v Kerry North .15pm.

Shield final

Full time scores

Half time scores

Draw for next round

Round 1 updates

Cork East win their opening game

Cork West beat Limerick in 1st round

Cork East led by a goal in Millstreet in opening game against Clare 2-3 to 1-3

Cork West up by a point against Limerick.


U16s Updates

Cork Red lose to Tipp in opening game 1-3 to 0-11

U13 County Finals

Please find below the timetable and draw for the U13 Hurling Finals which will be played on the 4G Pitch in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday next. Each game is a final and will be 20 minutes a half.

A player may lift, catch and strike (normal rules) but no soloing or second catch (i.e. Lift, catch, play on hurley and catch again) is allowed. No hand pass allowed.

Teams are 13 a side with unlimited substitution. Games are played on the shortened pitch.

In the event of the game ending in a draw, extra time of 5 minutes a side will be played.

Should sides be level at end of extra time, Referee will restart game with the first side to score being declared the winner.

10.45 Eire Óg v. Watergrasshill

11.35 Ibane Gaels v. Kilshannig/St.Dominics

12.30 Kilavullen v. Fr. O’Neills

Further details will follow

Cúl in for Summer

Cúl Camps are currently under way and over the summer months Rebel Og will be trying to share some of the magic from each camp.

If you want your camp included in this page use the #CorkIsCul or tweet @rebelog_






U13 Football County Football Championship

U13 Football Competition 2018

The first round is a blitz competition ( see guidelines and timetable below) whereas the second round is a straight game with 20 minutes a side.

A player in possession of the Ball is entitled to 1 hop, 1 hand to toe but he must then release the ball and not play it again until another player plays it. The player taking the kick-out may have the option of kicking the ball from the hands and may not play it again until another player plays it.

Where there are 3 teams at a venue, games are 15 minutes a half. Where there are 4 teams, games are 12 minutes a half. Teams are 13 a side with unlimited substitution.  Games are played on the shortened pitch (20m to 20m).

Each club is required to bring a young referee preferably (or older if necessary) to this venue to referee some games. The objective is to introduce new referees and clubs should be particularly aware of their obligation for the mentors/supporters not to abuse these referees. Feedback from the hurling competitions said it was hugely positive by and large to use younger referees. Once again we ask clubs to bring a young/new referee with them. Again clubs are asked to be positive and encouraging towards these referees.

Referees are allocated to games as follows;

3 team competition

Round 1 @ 11am 1 v. 2 Ref from team C.  Referee from Club 1 referees  2v.3 and referee from Club 2 referees 1v.3.

4 team groups need two pitches

11am ;  1v.2 ( Ref Club 3)     3 v. 4 ( Ref Club 2)

11.45;  1 v.3 ( Ref Club 4)     2 v. 4 ( Ref Club 1)

12.30;  1v.4 ( Ref Club 3 )    2 v. 3 ( Ref Club 1)

Clubs should be particularly aware of their obligation for the mentors/supporters not to abuse these referees and co-ordinators are asked to impress on the clubs the importance of this prior to the games commencing. Coiste na nÓg reserves the right to exclude any club from further rounds of this competition whose behaviour towards referees from mentors/supporters is deemed unacceptable.

I would ask each host club to appoint a co-ordinator and make the necessary arrangements for the booking of pitches. If there is a difficulty with a venue etc. please contact me at secretarybng.cork@gaa.ie  as soon as possible.

At conclusion of Group Stages:

In the event of teams finishing level on points, the team with the lowest overall score conceded will be determined the Group winner.

In the event of teams having identical scores conceded, then the side that scored the most overall will qualify.  In the event of scores still being deadlocked, the winner will be determined by the result of the game between the teams.

The winner from each group will go forward to the next round on Saturday 21st  July.

I thank you for your co-operation and I hope it is a very enjoyable morning for all.

Le fíor mheas

Dónal Ó hUallaigh,

Rúnaí,

Coiste na nÓg

 

U13 Football Competitions

Saturday 14th July

Group Venue Teams Timetable/Draw
A Castlehaven 1.Castlehaven

2. Ahan Gaels

3.  Caha Óg

11am;  1 v.2

11.45;  2 v. 3

12.30;  1 v. 3

B Cill na Martra 1.       Cill na Martra

2.       Béal Áth n’ Ghaorthaidh

3.       Naomh Aban

4.       Clondrohid

11am;  1 v.2   3 v.4

11.45;  2 v. 3   1 v.4

12.30;  1 v. 3   2 v. 4

2 pitches needed

C Timoleague 1.       Ibane Gaels

2.       Owen Gaels

3.       Courcey Rovers

11am;  1 v.2

11.45;  2 v. 3

12.30;  1 v. 3

D Kilavullen 1.       Kilavullen

2.       St. Dominics

3.       Kilara Óg

4.       Bride Rovers

11am;  1 v.2   3 v.4

11.45;  2 v. 3   1 v.4

12.30;  1 v. 3   2 v. 4

2 pitches needed

E Kilshannig 1.       Kilshannig

2.       Clyda Rovers

3.       BK Plunketts

11am;  1 v.2

11.45;  2 v. 3

12.30;  1 v. 3

F Eire Óg 1.       Eire Óg

2.       Aghabullogue

3.       Blarney

4.       Macroom

11am;  1 v.2   3 v.4

11.45;  2 v. 3   1 v.4

12.30;  1 v. 3   2 v. 4

2 pitches needed

G  Youghal 1.       Youghal

2.       Killeagh/Itas

3.       St. Catherines

4.       Kiltha Óg

11am;  1 v.2   3 v.4

11.45;  2 v. 3   1 v.4

12.30;  1 v. 3   2 v. 4

2 pitches needed

H Passage 1.       Passage West

2.       St. Vincents

3.       Ballygarvan

4.       Sliabh Rua

11am;  1 v.2   3 v.4

11.45;  2 v. 3   1 v.4

12.30;  1 v. 3   2 v. 4

2 pitches needed

 

One team from each group go forward to the next round on Saturday 21st July, Winners of first named group have home venue. Teams involved may rearrange the second round games by agreement  but these games must be played not later than 22nd July.

Venue Teams
1 Winner H Winner H v. Winner G
2 Winner C Winner C v. Winner A
3 Winner B Winner B v. Winner F
4 Winner E Winner E v. Winner D

 

Finals 28th July  ( venue TBA. However this may change because of Cork’s involvement in the All-Ireland semi-final this weekend).      Winner 1 v. Winner 2        Winner 3 v. Winner 4

Draw for County U15 Football Championships Final

Rebel Og held the draw for the County U15 A, B1 and B2 Football Championship.

Full details of opening round draw and dates are below.

Under 15 ‘A’ Football Championship (15 a side)
Round 1; Wednesday 18th July @ 7.30pm ( Home team listed first). These games may be played earlier by agreement between the two clubs.

1. Glenville v Aghada
2. Blarney v Ballinhassig
3. Ibane Gaels v Bantry Blues
4. Clyda Rvrs v Inniscarra
5. Kilshannig v Mitchelstown
6. Whitechurch v Carrigtwohill
7. Liscarroll/Ch’town Gaels v. Bride Rovers
8. Sliabh Rua (bye)

Under 15 ‘B1’ Football Championship (15 a side)
Round 1; Wednesday 18th July @ 7.30pm ( Home team listed first). These games may be played earlier by agreement between the two clubs.

1. Caha Og v Ilen Rovers
2 Donoughmore v Fermoy
3. Aghabullogue v BK Plunketts
4. Killeagh/Itas v St. Catherines
5. Mayfield v.Erins Own
6. Crosshaven v Passage West
7. Owen Gaels v Sam Maguires
8. Macroom (bye

Under 15 ‘B2’ Football Championship (13 a side)
Round 1; Wednesday 18th July @ 7.30pm ( Home team listed first). These games may be played earlier by agreement between the two clubs.
A. Naomh Aban v Aghinagh
B. Cill na Martra v. Clondrohid

Semi-Finals; Wednesday 25th July @ 7.30pm. ( Home team listed first). These games may be played earlier by agreement between the two clubs.
St. Dominics v. Winner A.
Courcey Rovers v. Winner B

U14 Munster Football Championships Draw

The draw has been made for the 2018 Jim Power Tournament which will take place on the 7th and 28th July 2018 in Dungarvan GAA Grounds and Bushy Park. Looking forward to the new and expanded format.

Group A – Dungarvan Club Grounds
Mid West Cork
Tipperary
Limerick

Group B – Dungarvan Club Grounds
North Cork
Clare
South Kerry

Group C – Bushy Park (Brickey Rangers GAA Grounds)
West Cork
North Kerry
North Wexford

Group D – Bushy Park (Brickey Rangers GAA Grounds)
Cork City East
Waterford
South Wexford

Fixtures for Saturday 7th July ’18
Venue : Dungarvan Gaa Grounds
Group A
Mid West Cork V Limerick @ 11.am Pitch 1
Limerick v Tipperary @ 12.30 pm Pitch 2
Tipperary v Mid West Cork @ 2 pm Pitch 2
Group B
North Cork v Clare @ 11 am Pitch 2
Clare v South Kerry @ 12.30 pm Pitch 1
South Kerry v North Cork @ 2 pm Pitch 1
Saturday 7th July ’18
Venue : Bushy Park
Group C
West Cork v North Kerry @ 11 am Pitch 2
North Kerry v North Wexford @ 12.30 pm Pitch 2
North Wexford v West Cork @ 2 pm Pitch 1
Group D
Waterford v Cork City East @ 11 am Pitch 1
Cork City East v South Wexford @ 12.30 pm Pitch 1
South Wexford v Waterford @ 2 pm Pitch 2
Games 20 mins aside .

Fixtures for U15 Munster Tournament are announced

HUMPHREY KELLEHER Fé 15 PEIL

Hosted by Rebel Óg, Chorcaí in

conjunction with Coiste Dúiche Ealla

FIXTURES

Quarter Finals

Kerry South v Tipperary @ Knocknagree 10.30 am

Cork West v Limerick @ Knocknagree 10.30 am

Cork East v Clare @ Dromtarriffe 10.30 am

Kerry North v Waterford @ Knocknagree 10.30 am

Humphrey Kelleher Cup (Semi Finals)

Winner Kerry South/Tipperary v Winner Cork West/Limerick @ Knocknagree

Winner Cork East/Clare v Winner Kerry North/Waterford @ Dromtarriffe

Both Games @ 12.00 Noon

Humphrey Kelleher Shield (Semi Finals)

Loser Kerry South/Tipperary v Loser Cork West/Limerick @ Knocknagree

Loser Cork East/Clare v Loser Kerry North/Waterford @ Dromtarriffe

Both Games @ 12.00 Noon

Humphrey Kelleher Shield (Final) Millstreet 2.00 pm

Humphrey Kelleher Cup (Final) Millstreet 3.15 pm

Rebel Og Award for June to Sars and ‘Barr’s Feile na nGael winners

On Monday, the June Rebel Og Awards function took place in the Clayton Hotel Sliversprings.

The June Award was presented to Sarsfield Camogie and St.Finbarr’s Hurling team’s following both sides success at National Feile where both clubs brought All-Ireland Success back to Cork.

Sarsfields Camogie Féile Team were winners of the Féile na nGael Division 1 Cup  and St. Finbarr’s Féile Hurling Team were the winners of the Féile na nGael Division 1 Shield 

The two teams follow previous 2018 Rebel Óg Award winners, the Cork Minor Camogie Team (All-Ireland winners), All Ireland Doubles Handball players Muireann O’Brien and Celine Kelleher (April), St. Mary’s High School Midleton who received the March Rebel Óg Award for their wins in the Post Primary All-Ireland and Munster Junior Camogie Championships, All-Ireland Scór winners (February) and Sam Maguires footballers who won the January 2018 Award. 

St. Finbarrs Feile Na Gael Hurling winners pictured at the Rebel Óg Awards in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel. Picture John Tarrant

Sarsfield Camogie winners at Feile na nGael pictured at the Rebel Og Awards in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel. Picture John Tarrant

Diarmuid O’Leary, CEO Red FM presents the joint Rebel Óg Award to David Dwane(St. Finbarrs) and Eilis Hegarty(Sarsfield Camogie) in the company of County Mayor Patrick Gerard Murphy; Deputy Lord Mayor Thomas Moloney; Eoghan O’Connor, Treasurer Rebel Og; Mirian Murphy and Michael Evans(Adjudicating Panel) at a presentation in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

All Ireland Féile na nGael winners Sarsfield Camogie and St. Finbrrs Hurling joint winners of the Rebel Óg Award at a presentation in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

Cian O’Brien, PRO Rebel Og presents the joint Rebel Óg Award to Eilis Hegarty(Sarfield Camogie) and David Egan(St. Finbarrs) at a presentation in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

Feile na Gael winners Sarsfield Camogie and St Finbarrs Hurlng recipients of the joint Rebel Óg Award at a functiion in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

Feile na Gael winners Sarsfield Camogie and St Finbarrs Hurlng recipients of the joint Rebel Óg Award at a functiion in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

Joe Kennedy, General Manager, Clayton Silversrings Hotel presents the joint Rebel Óg Award to Anna Kelleher(Sarsfield Camogie) as Fionn Crowley(St Finbarrs) receives the Award from Norida O’Callaghan in the company of County Mayor Patrick Gerard Murphy; Deputy Lord Mayor Thomas Moloney; Jerry Walsh, Cultural Officer, Cork Co. Board; Catherine Allen; Evie Twomey and Cian O’Brien, PRO Rebel Óg at a presentation in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

Jim Healy, Administration Secretary, Rebel Og presents the joint Rebel Óg Award to Brian Horgan(St. Finbarrs) as Clodagh O’Donovan and Orlaith Mullins(Sarsfield Camogie) receives the Award from Nicola Cullinane, Marketing Executive, Evening Echo in the company of County Mayor Patrick Gerard Murphy; Deputy Lord Mayor Thomas Moloney and Maria Dinan, Sarsfield Club at a presentation in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

John Purcell, Chairman Rebel Og presents the joint Rebel Óg Award to Cliona Lynch(Sarsfield Camogie) as Demis Twomey(St. Finbarrs) receives the Award from Kevin Cummins(Cummins Sports)
in the company of County Mayor Patrick Gerard Murphy; Deputy Lord Mayor Thomas Moloney, David Egan, Tracy Sheehan, Coork Juvenile Camogieand Denis Twomey at a presentation in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

 

 

JUNE 2018 WINNERS 

St. Finbarr’s Féile Hurling Team 

Winners of the Féile na nGael Division 1 Shield 

Sarsfields Camogie Féile Team 

Winners of the Féile na nGael Division 1 Cup 

 

The Sarsfields Camogie Féile Team, winners of the Féile na nGael Division 1 Cup and St. Finbarr’s Féile Hurling Team, winners of the Féile na nGael Division 1 Shield are the joint June 2018 winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly Awards sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs and Cummins Sports (Award Sponsors) in association with RedFM and The Evening Echo (Media Partners). 

 

The two teams follow previous 2018 Rebel Óg Award winners, the Cork Minor Camogie Team (All-Ireland winners), All Ireland Doubles Handball players Muireann O’Brien and Celine Kelleher (April), St. Mary’s High School Midleton who received the March Rebel Óg Award for their wins in the Post Primary All-Ireland and Munster Junior Camogie Championships, All-Ireland Scór winners (February) and Sam Maguires footballers who won the January 2018 Award. 

2017 winners were Éire Óg footballers and Inniscarra hurlers who were joint December winners, Bride Rovers U16 and Minor Hurlers (November), who won the County Championships, October Winners Bandon,  September Winners, Cork Minor Hurlers, August winners Cork U17 Hurlers, July Winners Ballinora Juvenile GAA Club,  quartet of June Winners, Féile na nGael Champions Sarsfields, Na Piarsaigh, Cuchullains and St. Kevin’s.  January 2017 winners were Kiltha Óg, February Winners St. Colman’s College Fermoy, March winners Stephen O’Rourke and Niall Delany from Mallow, winners of the All-Ireland U17 Handball Championship, April Winners, Carbery Scór and the May 2017 Winners St. Francis College Rochestown, winners of the Simcox Cup.   

St Finbarrs Hurling and Football Club 

ile na nGael Division 1 Hurling Shield Winners 

 

The Barrs’ journey to the Féile na nGael 2018 began back in April when the group stages of the Cork Féile Premier Hurling took place.  St. Finbarrs were grouped with Eire Óg and Valley Rovers and won both group games with excellent displays of hurling in each game.  The Togher side then won the group final against a very strong Ballygarvan team who scored a couple of excellent early goals.  However, the lads bounced back at half time and rallied to a 7 point win. We went on to play against our old rivals, Ballincollig at the semi-final stage. It was a fantastic battle but a hat-trick of goals by our full-forward proved crucial in to the win. The opposition in the final was a very resilient Bride Rovers team. It was an exhilarating exhibition of hurling by both sides and to the delight of the players we prevailed.  It was on to Féile na nGael in Galway! 

 

The preparations in the weeks building up to Galway was hard work for the players, training continuously twice a week while also fundraising for their kit. The focus was on developing their skills to compete with the best teams in Ireland.  The involvement of Donal O’Grady was crucial for the players as he taught them skills which proved lucrative in Galway. 

 

St. Finbars were hosted by Craughwell GAA club just outside Galway City, receiving a wonderful welcome. 

 

The first two games of Féile na nGael took place in Clarinbridge, the club of the All Ireland winning manager, Michéal Donoghue. First up was Clarinbridge who are one of the top teams in Galway and had excellent hurlers throughout the field. The Barrs players were exceptional in the heat and won the game by a single point. This settled the nerves, which was just as well because straight after the final whistle the team played the Waterford champions, Ballygunner.  The players finished off an enjoyable day with another win to make it two out of two on the Friday evening. 

 

The last group game was on Saturday morning against host team Craughwell. St. Finbarrs were disappointed to lose a hard-fought game by three points which left them out of contention for the Cup based on scores conceded.  To lift the spirits, the team went for a bite to eat in Supermacs before the Shield quarter finals against Clare champions, Clooney Quinn. The fast food and some motivational words from Br. Cusack worked because the team won 1-08 to 4 points in Gort.  The team moved the ball quickly and were clinical in front of the posts.  This win meant a trip to an All-Ireland semi-final in the Connaught GAA Centre of Excellence in Mayo on Sunday morning. 

Up next for the team was the Limerick Champions, Monaleen. From the moment the ball was thrown in, the forwards were threatening and gave a spectacle of magnificent scoring. The defence was rock solid and only conceded 3 points in the whole game.  A final score of 3-5 to 3 points was an incredible performance to bring the Barrs back to their first All-Ireland final in over 30 years.  

 

The final was against the Ballygunner team who St. Finbarrs had already beaten at the group stage. They had come through their side of the draw with strong performances but the Cork players drew on all their skill, training and determination. They scored freely throughout the game, from the goalkeeper to the full forwards, giving a performance that will live long in the memory.   Each player gave a truly magnificent Barrs performance. The final score of 2-11 to 2 points was well deserved by every player on the team. 

 

This team are a wonderful bunch of lads and their dedication throughout the last number of years has been exceptional. The teamwork, friendship and positive attitude of each player on the panel has not only brought this team great success on the pitch but has also made them best friends off the pitch. The parents and supporters always deserve a mention for their continued support of the team.  The players and coaches greatly appreciated the encouragement both from the supporters who travelled with them and those who followed their progress on social media. 

 

 

Sarsfields Camogie Club 

Feile National Div 1 Cup Winners 2018 

 

Sarsfields Féile U14 team achieved an incredible 3-in-a-row of Div 1 Cup titles (2016, 2017 & 2018). 

Three players have the honour of being involved in all three wins – Katlyn Sheehan, Cliona Lynch & Orlaith Mullins, with all three playing prominent roles in each title. In-fact, Katlyn Sheehan has a 4th Féile medal with sister club, Glanmire Ladies Footballers in 2017. 

Host club:  St. Davitts, Galway 

Mentors:  Denis Twomey, Tadhg Og Lynch, Mark Mullins, John Sheehan & Karen O’Brien 

Captain:    Orlaith Mullins 

 

For the third year in a row Sarsfields have reached the Feile final unbeaten in their three campaigns.  Tired limbs were forgotten as they prepared to meet fancied Kilrush of Wexford who had beaten Cashel in the other semi-final. 

“Four times Kilrush took the lead in what was the very last game of a packed schedule at the Ballyhaunis facility and four times Sars showed all the character of defending champions, drawing level to push the game in extra time and then to rescue the tie twice over in the last period of 10 minutes of play”. Kevin Egan, Evening Echo 

Kilrush made the better start, playing with the wind and lead by two points inside 10 minutes and they added to it before a Kate Fennessy goal had the sides level, 1-0 to 0-3 at half time.  

 

On the restart Sars hit the front with a point but a determined Kilrush again rallied with a goal from a penalty to lead 1-3 to 1-1.  Sars showed their true quality and grit digging deep and a well converted free from impressive centre back, Cliona Lynch brought Sars within a single point of Kilrush. With two minutes remaining it was level pegging, 1-3 a piece forcing extra time.  

 

Extra time was tough on both teams and at half time of extra time the sides had traded points. With three minutes remaining it was 1-5 each (the two points coming from Cliona Lynch & Orlaith Mullins).  Despite both teams battling to find a winner it failed to transpire and so at full time it remained deadlocked. A free-taking shoot out threatened & the drama continued while clarification was sought. 

 

Féile rules state that should a final end all square after extra time the title is shared by both teams – with the trophy getting to spend 6 months in each club.  Toss of a coin to dictate which team gets to take it home first.  Sarsfields were commended by the Feile committee by turning down this option and offering Kilrush the trophy as a first time winner. Kilrush gratefully accepted. 

 

This is the first time a title has been shared in the history of Féile camogie. 

 

Path to the Final 

Fri 8th June, Duniry, Galway 

Sars 0-6Shamrocks 0-1 (Cliona Lynch 0-3f, Katlyn Sheehan 0-3) 

Sars 0-9Gailltir  0-2  (Katlyn Sheehan 0-6, Cliona Lynch 0-2f, Ella O’Brien 0-1) 

 

Sat 9th June, Tynagh, Galway 

Sars 1-3Davitts 0-2 (Cliona Lynch 1-1, Katlyn Sheehan 0-2) 

 

Quarter Final (Castlegar, Galway) 

Sars 2-4St Bridgets 1-2 (Cliona Lynch 1-2, Ella O’Brien 1-1, Katlyn Sheehan 0-1) 

 

Sun 10th JuneSemi Final (Connaught Centre of Excellence, Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo) 

Sars 0-8Carnmore 1-2 (Cliona Lynch 0-5 3fs, Katlyn Sheehan 0-2, Orlaith Mullins 0-1) 

 

FINAL 

Sars 1-3Kilrush 1-3  (Kate Fennessy 1-0, Cliona Lynch 0-3fs) 

Extra Time Score Sars 1-5Kilrush 1-5 (Orlaith Mullins 0-1, Cliona Lynch 0-1f) 

Top Scorers:   Cliona Lynch 2-16 (1-14fs); Katlyn Sheehan 0-14; Ella O’Brien 1-2 

Two Cork sides in Celtic Challenge Cup Finals this weekend

Rebel Og are delighted to announce that two Cork sides have qualified for the finals of 2018 Celtic Challenge competition.

Tier 1 Final will be : Cork East will play Galway McDonoughs at 2.20pm

Tier 2 Final will be : Cork West will play Tipperary South at 12.30pm

For 2018, a total of 41 teams with over 1,200 players will play in 135 games – including 5 Finals – as part of the Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge

  • The Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge is a competition for players, aged 16 and 17 years old, who are not participating in Leaving Cert Examinations during May and June 2018. 41 teams will participate in the competition.
  • The programme will run from Wednesday 2nd May to Saturday 30th June 2018.
  • The ethos of the competition is a developmental one, where an 8 week programme of meaningful games is supplemented by a 1 to 1 ratio of games to training.
  • Each team will play a minimum of 5 games through a programme that is structured on the basis of Group Stages, Preliminaries (Quarter-Finals) and Play-Offs (Semi-Finals).
  • The Group Stages will consist of 8 Groups of teams selected on a geographical and developmental basis. Matches at the Group Stages will be played on Wednesdays.
  • After the Group Stages, teams will be graded on foot of their performance and will be assigned to 1 of 5 Divisions prior to participating in the Preliminaries (Quarter-Finals) and Play-Offs (Semi-Finals) where they will play against opposition of a comparative developmental level.

 

National Feile is coming to Cork

Rebel Og is delighted to announce that 2019 National Feile na nGael tournament will take place in Cork.

Cork who hosted 2011 Feile Peile have been asked by the National Feile na nGael committee to host in 2019.


Gerry McGovern (Chair, Connacht Council), John Hopkins (Chair, Local Organising Committee Féile na nGael 2018), John Horan (President of GAA), Mark Sheahan (Cork GAA), Brendy Brien (Chair, GAA Féile Committee)

Rebel Og u15 A & B County Championship

Rebel Og announce details of County U15 A and B hurling championship for 2018.


Please find attached the arrangements for fixtures in the A Grade U15 hurling championship commencing on Wednesday 20th June.

U15 Hurling “A” Grade ( 15 a side)

Round 1 ; Wednesday 20th June @ 7.30pm ( home team listed first)

Aghabullogue v Mallow
Fermoy v St.Catherines
Ballinhassig v Owen Gaels

Quarter Finals Wednesday 27th June @ 7.30pm (home team listed first)

1. Ballinhassig or Owen Gaels v Ibane Gaels
2. Mallow/ Aghabullogue v. Bandon
3. Shandrum v St. Kevins
4. St. Catherines/ Fermoy v. Liscarroll/Churchtown Gaels

Semi-finals; Wednesday 4th July @ 7.30pm (venues to be decided)

1 v. 2, 3 v.4

Final Wednesday 11th July @ 7.30pm


Please find attached the draws and dates for the U15B Championship which is a 13 a side competition.

U15 Hurling “B” Grade ( 13 a side)
Round 1; Wednesday 20th June @ 7.30pm ( home team listed first)

1. St. Dominics v. Ballygiblin
2. Fr. O’Neills v Castlelyons
3. St. Vincents v Donoughmore
4. Aghada v Lisgoold
5. Mayfield v Passage West
6. Laochra Og v Sam Maguires
7. Sliabh Rua v. Courcey Rovers
8. Ballycastle Gaels (Bye)

Quarter Finals; Wednesday 27th June @7.30pm ( Home team listed first)

1. St. Vincents/Donoughmore v. Ballycastle Gaels
2. Aghada /Lisgoold v Mayfield / Passage West
3. Ballygiblin /St. Dominics v Fr. O’Neills /Castlelyons
4. Laochra Og /Sam Maguires v. Sliabh Rua/ Courcey Rovers

Semi-finals

Wednesday 4th July @7.30pm ( venues to be decided)
1 v.3, 2 v. 4

Final

Wednesday 11th July @7.30pm

Cork V Waterford in MSHC

Cork will play Waterford in the final round of the Munster Minor & Senior Round Robin Hurling Championship on Sunday 17th June in Semple Stadium, Thurles.
Munster Minor Hurling Championship Round Robin – Round 4
Cork v Waterford
12pm @ Semple Stadium, Thurles
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Round Robin – Round 4
Cork v Waterford
2pm @ Semple Stadium, Thurles
Please find attached some material which may be of use to you in promoting the games, including a Facebook cover photo and an MPU which will work across facebook, twitter, instagram and club websites.

Munster GAA Senior Championship Tickets

Tickets are available for purchase via http://corkgaa.tickets.ie/ or
gaa.ie/tickets and participating Centra and Supervalu Outlets (Ticketing Store Locator)

Ticket Prices
Adult: Stand €20, Terrace €15
Under 16s: €5 all areas
Student/OAP: Concession of €5 with valid ID prior to entry at the designated stile.

The above prices are pre purchase prices, applicable until midnight of the night before the game. All adult ticket prices increase by €5 on the day

Centra/Supervalu Ticket Outlets
Herlihy’s Centra Bishopstown
O’ Feary’s Centra Blarney
Ahern’s Centra Carrigtwohill
Centra / Topaz Charleville
Centra Clonakilty
Centra/Topaz Innishannon
Herlihy’s Centra Fermoy
Centra Kinsale Road
Centra Mallow
Centra Rochestown
Centra South Douglas Road
Whyte’s Centra Togher
Centra Watergrasshill
Cronin’Supermarket, Ballylickey
Down’s SuperValu Ballincollig
Quish’s SuperValu Ballincollig
Caulfield’s SuperValu Bandon
Bigg’s SuperValu Bantry
Scally’s SuperValu Blackrock
Collins SuperValu Blarney
SuperValu Boherbue
Collin’s SuperValu Carrigaline
Murphy’s SuperVal Castletownbere
Dick’s SuperValu Charleville
Scally’s SuperValu Clonakilty
Garvey’s SuperValu Cobh
Healys SuperValu Dunmanway
Riordan’s SuperValu Fermoy
Ryans SuperValu Glanmire
Ryans SuperValu Grange
Singleton, SuperValu Hollyhill
Twohigs SuperValu Kanturk
SuperValu Kinsale
O’ Leary’s SuperValu Macroom
Dano’s SuperValu Mallow
Murray’s SuperValu Mayfield
Cauldfield’s SuperValu Merchant Quay
Hurley’s SuperValu Midleton
SuperValu Millstreet
Farrell’s SuperValu Mitchelstown
O’ Keffees SuperValu Newmarket
Field’s SuperValu Skibbereen
Ryan’s SuperValu Togher
Brookes SuperValu Youghal

Feile Skills Iomaint & Peil 2018.

On Saturday 12th of May, Rebel Og are holding a Feile Skills competitions on Saturday 12th of May which will be hosted by Rebel Og Coaching. The venue for the event will be confirmed in the coming days. 

The County final section will take place on 19th of May.

Attached below are information on the hurling skills and football skills.

Feile-na-nGael-Skillstar-Hurling

Feile-na-nÓg-Skillstar – Football

Feile Hurling success for St.Finbarrs

Corks’s Division 1 reps at National Feile for 2018 will be St.Finbarrs’ after their captured the ‘Dava O’Brien’ Feile hurling title after a one point win over Bride Rovers in the final on Friday night.

Played in Togher in front of a big crowd, both teams put on a wonderful display of hurling as they battled it out for a place in National Feile .

At the half point, their was just a point between the teams

As the second half commenced, both teams up their effort and battle hard for the all important scores, the ‘Barrs one point lead at the break was once again the difference at full time when they ran out winners by a single score.

Cork Minor Football team has been announced for game vs Waterford

The Cork minor football team for tomorrow night’s Munster Championship game v Waterford in Pairc Ui Rinn has been announced as follows.

1 – Diarmuid Doody – Buttevent

2 – Dylan Connolly – Glanworth

3 – David Buckley – Newcestown

4- Cian O’Donovan – Glanmire

5 – Francis Cronin – Cullen

6 – Diarmaid Phelan ( Captain ) – Aghada

7 – Eoin Nation – Nemo Rangers

8 – Niall Hartnett – Douglas

9 – Richard Lombard – Ballyhooley

10 – Hugh Murphy – Eire Óg

11 – Dara O’Sullivan – St Finbarrs

12 – Evan Cooke – Ballincollig

13 – Sean McDonnell – Mallow

14 – Aodhán O’Luasa – Naomh Aban

15 – Conor Corbett – Clyda Rovers

Subs:

16 – Max White ( Sub goalkeeper ) – Douglas

17 – Daniel Harte – Douglas

18 – Darragh O’Shea – Valley Rovers

19 – Neil Lordan – Ballinora

20 – Joseph O’Shea – Urhan

21 – Andrew Whelton – Castlehaven

22 – Joseph Harte – Douglas

23 – Gavin Carey – Buttevent

24 – Michael O’Neill – Buttevent

Feile Cork 2018 in hurling and football

Rebel Og have announced details of dates for 2018 Feile Peile and Feile na nGael competitions.

Details

Feile na nGael (Hurling)
Qualifying Rounds on Saturday 21st April with Semi Finals and Finals taking place on Friday 27th April.

Feile na nÓg (Football)
Qualifying Rounds will take place on Saturday 5th May with Semi Finals and Finals on Monday 7th May.

FEILE NA nÓG – SCHEDULED FOR THIS COMING SATURDAY

As a result of the recent spell of very bad weather including heavy snowfalls, and ice cold winds many grounds are still in recovery mode and club’s may find it difficult to host a Group of Feile na nÓg fixtures this coming Saturday.

These fixtures would require grounds to be able to stage 2 games at the same time with 8 to 10 games in all required to complete the group.

While today is a good sunny day the forecast for Thursday and Friday this week sees a return to rain again which may see grounds being unavailable were the programme to stand.

Coiste na nÓg have decided therefore to cancel Saturday’s fixtures so that late cancellations can be avoided were the fixtures programme to stand.
A rescheduled date will issue by Friday Next 23rd March 2018.

Final Rebel Og Regional Grading’s for 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please find attached FINAL COUNTY REGIONAL GRADINGS A, B1 & B2 for 2018

 

Minor Hurling Group 

Minor A Hurling

Aghabullogue

Ballygarvan

Ballyhea

Charleville

Ibane Gaels

Kilshannig

Ballygiblin

Newcestown

Sliabh Rua

Youghal

Cloughduv

Owen Gaels

Bandon

Cobh

Kiltha Og

Cuchullains

Ahán Gaels

Whitechurch

St Catherines

Passage West

Minor B1 Hurling

Aghada

Buttevant

Castlelyons

Clonakilty GAA

Granard Gaels

Kilbrittain

Kildorrery

Killavullen

Lisgoold

Nemo Rangers

Western Gaels

Clyda Rovers

Keale Gaels

Banteer

Kilmeen/Kilbree

Ballycastle Gaels

Ballinhassig

Diarmuid O Murchu

Kinsale

St Colmans

Erins Own

Ballinora

Minor B2 Hurling

Croke Rovers

Doneraile

Grenagh

Kilara Og

Laochra Og

Mayfield

Newmarket

Raonaithe na Gael

St Dominics

St James

St Kevins

St Patrick’s

St. Malachys

St. Marks

Cill Mochcomog

St.Vincents

Kiltha Og 2

Carraig na Bhfear

Fastnet Gaels

Tracton

Minor Football Group 

Minor A Football

Buttevant

Passage West

Bantry Blues

Clonakilty

Castlehaven

Macroom

O Donovan Rossa

Aghada

Bandon

Kinsale

Inniscarra

Mitchelstown

BK Plunketts

Ibane Gaels

Wolfe Tones

Glanmire 2

Gabriel Rangers

Kilmurry

Canovee

Aghinagh

Duarigle Gaels

Urhan

Douglas 2

Caha Og

Glenville

Killeagh/Ita’s

Minor B1 Football

Whitechurch

Fr O’Neills

Killavullen

Ballycastle Gaels

Sliabh Rua

Aghabullogue

Ahán Gaels

Carraig na Bhfear

St Catherines

Newcestown

Kilbrittain

Kildorrery

Naomh Abán

Tadhg MacCarthaighs

Courcey Rovers

Kiltha Og

Blarney

Youghal

Clyda Rovers

Charleville

Diarmuid O Murchu

Kilmeen/Kilbree

Cabery Rangers 2

Kilmichael

Erins Own

Minor B2 Football

St.Colums

Ballinhassig

Mayfield

Ballinora

St Catherines

Grenagh

St Dominics

St Kevins

St.Vincents

Kilara Og

Lyre

Croke Rovers

Doneraile

Lisgoold

Tracton

Ballinacurra

Béal Átha’n Ghaorthaidh

Carrigtwohill

Cill na Martra

Clann na nGael

Clondrohid

Kilmacabea

Raonaithe na Gael

Sliabh Luachra Gaels

St. Malachcys

Ballygrvan

Gabriel Og

St. Peter’s

Trinity Gaels

Uibh Laoire

Castletownbere

Castlelyons

Dromtarriffe

U16 Football Group 

U16 A Football

Ballinora

Buttevant

Owen Gaels

Granard gaels

Kilshannig

Aghabullogue

St Colmans

Clonakilty

Castlehaven

Duarigle Gaels

Glanmire

Youghal

Bantry Blues

Ilen Rovers

Kinsale

Midleton

Killeagh/Ita’s

Kiltha Og

Bride Rovers

U16 B1 Football

Clyda Rovers

Whitechurch

Fr O’Neills

Ballycastle Gaels

Killavullen

Grenagh

St Kevins

Ballygarvan

Sliabh Rua

Carraig na Bhfear

Kilara Og

Newcestown

Kilbrittain

Ballinhassig

Canovee

Kilmurry

Macroom

O Donovan Rossa

St. Malachys

Aghada

Carrigtwohill

Kinsale

St Catherines

Erins Own

Blarney

Charleville

Dr Pat O Callaghan

BK Plunketts

St Colums

Castletownbere

Ibane Gaels 2

Clondrohid

Crosshaven

Urhan

Caha Og

Sam Maguires

Glenville

St.Vincents

U16 B2 Football

Tadhg MacCarthaighs

Passage West

Newmarket

St Dominics

Ahán Gaels

St. Peter’s

Castlelyons

Croke Rovers

Doneraile

Kildorrery

kilmeen/kilbree

Shamrocks

Courcey Rovers

Tracton

Lisgoold

Aghinagh

Ballinacurra

Béal Átha’n Ghaorthaidh

Cill na Martra

Clann na nGael

Kilmacabea

Naomh Abán

Raonaithe na Gael

Sliabh Luachra Gaels

Western Gaels

U16 Hurling Group 

U16 A Hurling

Aghabullogue

Ballinhassig

Ballygarvan

Charleville

Cloughduv

Erins Own

Ballygiblin

Newcestown

Clonakilty GAA

Lisgoold

Ballinora

Owen Gaels

Mallow

Eire Og

Watergasshill

Bride Rovers

Kilbrittain

Keale Gaels

U16 B1 Hurling

Ballyhea

Kinsale

Sliabh Rua

Aghada

Carraig na Bhfear

Granard Gaels

Killavullen

St Catherines

Tracton

Ballycastle Gaels

Clyda Rovers

Kilara Og

St Kevins

St. Malachys

Fr O’Neills

Diarmuid O Murchu

Ibane Gaels 2

Fastnet Gaels

Cill Mochcomog

Sam Maguires

U16 B2 Hurling

Kilshannig

Passage West

Buttevant

Castlelyons

Kildorrery

Nemo Rangers

Western Gaels

Banteer

Croke Rovers

Doneraile

Grenagh

Laochra Og

Newmarket

Raonaithe na Gael

St Dominics

St Patrick’s

St. Marks

St.Vincents

Kilmeen / Kilbree

Coursey Rovers

Ahán Gaels

U15 Hurling Group 

U15 A Hurling

Ballinhassig

Bandon

Clyda Rovers

Fermoy

Owen Gaels

Shandrum

St Catherines

St Kevins

Ibane Gaels

Granard Gaels

U15 B1 Hurling

Ballycastle Gaels

Castlelyons

Courcey Rovers

Fr O’Neills

Clyda Rovers

Lisgoold

Ballygiblin

Passage West

Sam Maguires

St.Colums

U15 B2 Hurling

Kilshannig

Aghada

Grenagh

Keale Gaels

Laochra Og

Mayfield

Newmarket

St Dominics

St. Marks

St.Vincents

Crosshaven

U15 Football Group

U15 A Football

Mitchelstown

Mayfield

Whitechurch

Ibane Gaels

Buttevant

Owen Gaels

Killeagh/Ita’s

Granard Gaels

Kilshanig

Aghada

Fermoy

Carrigtwohill

Ballinhassig

Bride Rovers

Inniscarra

Bantry Blues

U15 B1 Football

Clyda Rovers

Sam Maguires

Ballycastle Gaels

Passage West

Crosshaven

Grenagh

St Kevins

St.Vincents

St.Colums

Glenville

Ilen Rovers

Macroom

St.Finbarrs 2

St Catherines

Erins Own

Blarney

Caha  Og

U15B2 Football

Newmarket

St Dominics

Aghinagh

Béal Átha’n Ghaorthaidh

Cill na Martra

Clann na nGael

Clondrohid

BK Plunketts

Naomh Abán

St. Peter’s

Courcey Rovers

Ballinhassig

U14 Hurling Group

U14 A Hurling

Aghada

Ballinhassig

Bandon

Carrigaline

Charleville

Fermoy

Kinsale

Ballygiblin

Passage West

Sliabh Rua

St Catherines

St.Colums

Watergasshill

Ibane Gaels

Kilavullen

Kilara Og

Aghabullogue

Fr O’Neills

Ballinora

Owen Gaels

Ahán Gaels

Newcestown

U14 B1 Hurling

Bantry Blues

Buttevant

Clyda Rovers

Cuchullains

Donoughmore

Milstreet

Nemo Rangers

Sam Maguires

St Colmans

Bishopstown 2

Tracton

Ballycastle Gaels

St Kevins

Ibane Gaels 2

Fastnet Gaels

Grenagh

Whitechurch

U14 B2 Hurling

Whites Cross

Banteer

Castlelyons

Clonakilty

Cloughduv

Croke Rovers

Crosshaven

Doneraile

Erins Own

Granard Gaels

Carrig na Bhfear

Kildorrery

Kilmeen/Kilbree

Kilshannig

Laochra Og

Lee Gaels

Mayfield

Newmarket

Diarmuid O Murchus

St Dominics

St James

St Patrick’s

St. Marks

St.Vincents

Kilbrittain

Western Gaels

Ballyhea

Lisgoold 2

Dromtarriffe

U14 Football Group

U14 A Football

Mitchelstown

St.Colums

Ibane Gaels

Ballinora

Sam Maguires

Killavullen

Killeagh/Ita’s

Passage West

Kilshannig

Sliabh Rua

Carbery Rangers

Duarigle Gaels

Glanmire 2

Clonakilty

Aghada

Carrigtwohill

Kinsale

Kiltha Og

Youghal

Canovee

Newcestown

Castlehaven

Aghabullogue

Kilmurry

Owen Gaels

U14 B1 Football

Clyda Rovers

Buttevant

Fr O’Neills

Grenagh

Aghinagh

Crosshaven

Wolfe Tones

Donoughmore

Kilara Og

Ahán Gaels

St Colmans

Ilen Rovers

Canovee

Clann na nGael

Clondrohid

Erins Own

Macroom

Naomh Abán

O Donovan Rossa

Tadhg MacCarthaighs

Courcey Rovers

Lisgoold

St Catherines

Cobh

Blarney

Charleville

Whitechurch

U14 B2 Football

Mayfield

Ibane Gaels

Dromtarriffe

Gabriel óg

Granard gaels

Newmarket

St Dominics

St Kevins

St.Vincents

Lyre

Castlelyons

Croke Rovers

Doneraile

Kilbrittain

Kildorrery

Lee Gaels

Shamrocks

St James

Tracton

Western Gaels

White’s Cross

Adrigole

Béal Átha’n Ghaorthaidh

BK Plunketts

Castletownbere

Cill na Martra

Clann na nGael

Glengarriff

Kilmacabea

Kilmichael

Muintir Bhaire Óg

Sliabh Luachra Gaels

St. Peter’s

Uibh Laoire

Urhan

Ballinhassig

Ballycastle Gaels

Carrig na Bhfear

kilmeen/kilbree

U13 Football Group

U13 A Football

Ballinora

Kilara Og

Bride Rovers

Clyda Rovers

Killeagh/Ita’s

Kilmurry

Kilshannig

Mitchelstown

Sam Maguires

St.Colums

Whitechurch

Youghal

Glanmire

Kiltha Og

Castlehaven

Ahane Gaels

U13 B1 Football

Clann na nGael

Courcey Rovers

Duarigle Gaels

Grenagh

Ibane Gaels

Killavullen

Macroom

Owen Gaels

Passage West

St Catherines

Caha Og

Blarney

U13 B2 Football

Adrigole

Ballinhassig

Ballycastle Gaels

Ballygarvan

Béal Átha’n Ghaorthaidh

Brian Dillions

Cill na Martra

Clondrohid

Crosshaven

Ilen Rovers

Lee Gaels

Naomh Abán

Newmarket

St Dominics

St Kevins

St. Peter’s

St.Vincents

BK Plunketts

Dromtarriffe

U13 Hurling Group

U13 A Hurling

Ballygiblin

St.Colums

Watergasshill

Clyda Rovers

Mayfield

Whitechurch

Kilara Og

Ahane Gaels

U13 B1 Hurling

Ibane Gaels

Ballinora

Buttevant

Fr O’Neills

Mayfield

Owen Gaels

Sam Maguires

Killavullen

Killeagh / Itas

Grenagh

Fastnet Gaels

U13 B2 Hurling

Passage West

Keale Gaels

Crosshaven

Nemo Rangers

Kilshannig

Laochra Og

Newmarket

St Dominics

St Kevins

St. Marks

St.Vincents

Brian Dillions

Ballygarvan

Ballycastle Gaels

Dromtarriffe

U12 Football Group

U12 A Football

Aghada

Ballinora

Carbery Rangers

Donoughmore

Kilshannig

Kinsale

St Catherines

Whitechurch

Bandon

Clonakilty GAA

Macroom

O Donovan Rossa

Glanmire

Bantry

U12 B1 Football

Bandon

Adrigole

Ahán Gaels

Argideen Rangers

Ballycastle Gaels

Ballygarvan

Buttevant

Canovee

Carraig na Bhfear

Castlehaven

Castlelyons

Charleville

Clondrohid

Clyda Rovers

Crosshaven

Wolfe Tones

Duarigle Gaels

Fr O’Neills

Glenville

Granard gaels

Grenagh

Ilen Rovers

Kilbrittain

Killavullen

Kiltha Og

Lisgoold

Newcestown

Passage West

Sliabh Rua

St Colmans

Western Gaels

St Finbarrs

Castletownbere

Aghada

Sam Maguires

U12 B2 Football

Clonakilty GAA 2

Macroom

O Donovan Rossa

Aghabullogue

Aghinagh

Ballinascarthy

Ballinhassig

Ballyclough

Ballyhea

Banteer / Lyre GAA

Béal Átha’n Ghaorthaidh

Boherbue

Glengarriffe

Cill na Martra

Clann na nGael

Croke rovers

Donerail

Gabriel óg

Glanworth

Kilmacabea

kilmeen/kilbree

Kilmichael

Lee Gaels

Milford

Muintir Bhaire Óg

Naomh Abán

Newmarket

Shamrocks

Shanballymore

Sliabh Luachra Gaels

St James

St. Peter’s

St.Colums

St.Vincents

Tadhg MacCarthaighs

Tracton

Uibh Laoire

Urhan

White’s Cross

Mitchelstown 2

Kilara Og

Dromtarriffe

U12 Hurling Group

U12 A Hurling

Whitechurch

Kilshannig

Charleville

St Colmans

Clonakilty

Cloughduv

Ballinhassig

U12 B1 Hurling

Clyda Rovers

Buttevant

Fr O’Neills

Sam Maguires

Ballycastle Gaels

Killavullen

Keale Gaels

Granard gaels

Grenagh

Barryroe

Sliabh Rua

Ahán Gaels

Ballyhea

Bantry Blues

Carraig na Bhfear

Cuchullains

Donoughmore

Newcestown

Castlelyons

Western Gaels

Argideen Rangers

Lisgoold

Bandon

Aghada

Kilbrittain

U12 B2 Hurling

St.Colums

Mayfield

Passage West

Crosshaven

Fastnet Gaels

Laochra Og

Newmarket

St. Marks

St.Vincents

Aghabullogue

Kilara Og

Banteer

Clonakilty

Croke Rovers

Doneraile

Kilmeen/Kilbree

Lee Gaels

Shamrocks

St James

St Patrick’s

Tracton

White’s Cross

Ballinascarthy

Ballyclough

Glanworth

Milford

Shanballymore

Kinsale

Ballygarvan

Shandrum

Ballygiblin

Referees In-service Courses 2018

All referees who officiate at our games are required to complete an In-service course on an annual basis. The following is the list of such courses being held in the county in 2018;


Tuesday 16th January   
Venue:  Lisgoold GAA @ 7.30pm


Thursday 25th January        
Venue: P. Ui Rinn @ 7.30pm


Monday 29th January
Venue: Mallow @ 7.30pm


Thursday 8th February          
Venue: Coachford @ 7.30pm


Thursday 15th February               
Venue Clonakilty @ 7.30pm


Thursday 22nd February               
Venue: Bantry @ 7.30pm 


Basic Level 1 Foundation Course for new referee’s  – 3 nights
Each club is asked to identify at least one new referee and forward their contact details to Ger Harrington Referee Administrator.

Venue: Pairc Ui Rinn            
Tuesday 6th March @ 7.30pm
Thursday 8th March @ 7.30pm   
Tuesday 13th March @ 7.30pm

Garda Vetting for the new season

Garda Vetting


Ahead of the new GAA season and as clubs appoint coaches to work with underage teams, please ensure that your coach is Garda Vetted. Below is some important information on garda vetting for all people involved in working with underage players.

 


Vetting in the GAA

The GAA has a long established principle of vetting any person who, on our behalf, works with children or vulnerable adults in our Association. This principle is enshrined in rule through our Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport and has become part of the overall recruitment and selection process for those who wish to work with us in the GAA, in a voluntary or paid role.

Vetting services for the Association are currently overseen by the National Childrens Office in Croke Park while Comhairle Uladh acts on our behalf in coordinating AccessNI services.

Our international units are obliged to adhere to the legislative vetting and police background checks that are required in the jurisdiction in which they operate.

Who needs to be vetted?
In the GAA any person who carries out a role of responsibility such as coaching, managing or training underage teams or indeed adult teams that contain any player under 18 yrs. of age must be vetted. It also applies to organising underage activities or refereeing underage games.  Thereafter, each club shall decide if other roles merit a person being vetted.

Legislation

The National Vetting Bureau (Children & Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 – 2016 commenced on 29th April 2016 and from that date a statutory obligation was placed upon the GAA to ensure that all persons who on our behalf undertook ‘relevant work’ with children has been vetted prior to taking up that role in Ireland.

The term ‘relevant work’ in the GAA includes any role of responsibility such as coaching, managing or training underage teams or indeed adult teams that contain any player under 18 yrs. of age. It also applies to organising underage activities or refereeing underage games.

The Act also established the National Vetting Bureau (NVB) to oversee the e-vetting services previously administered by the Garda Central Vetting Unit.

Is it an offence if you are not vetted?

It is a criminal offence, for a person acting on behalf of the GAA, or for the GAA as an Association to permit any person to commence working with children on behalf of the Association without that person first obtaining a vetting disclosure from the National Vetting Bureau in respect of the role for which they have been recruited.  It is also a breach of GAA rule if you are working with children or vulnerable adults on behalf of the Association and have not been vetted.

What if the vetting applicant is under 18 yrs. of age?

GAA vetting services are available to any person over 16 yrs. of age fulfilling a role of responsibility with children or vulnerable adults. A parental consent form (NVB Parent/Guardian Consent Form) must be completed, this is available here, for applicants between 16 and 18 yrs. of age

E-Vetting in the GAA

Please read the information and guidance below before commencing this process. The online vetting form can be found here.

E-Vetting

When the Vetting Act came into being on 29 April 2016 the GAA became one of the first organisations to replace ‘paper vetting’ with a new on line or E –Vetting system.

E-Vetting replaces all previous paper vetting systems which also brings us in line with similar e-vetting services as coordinated by Ulster GAA for AccessNI.

How can you be vetted through the GAA?

Vetting for a member of the GAA involves 3 easy to follow steps as follows:

Step 1

The initial application vetting process at Club level.You must in the first instance complete the GAA E-Vetting ID Form.

This form compels you to provide proof of your identity to the Club Children’s Officer, who must verify that they have received the ID verification as required.  The ID verification may be retained by the Club Children’s Officer for the duration of the e-vetting process or it may be attached by you at Step 2 to the On Line Vetting application Form.

The primary purpose of this form is for you to provide your name, address, club, role for which you applied, and to present your ID (e.g. copy of your passport plus a utility bill showing your current address) plus a valid email address for future reference. The full list of documents which are accepted for verification can be found here

Click here for the GAA E-Vetting ID Form

Step 2

Completing the Vetting Application form. The GAA on-line E-Vetting Application Form is available to download.

Once you complete the GAA on-line E-Vetting Application Form the information provided is forwarded to the NVB by the GAA and you will receive an on-line NVB Vetting Form to complete.

The details entered will be emailed back to you, for your own records.  Your Club Secretary will also receive an email informing him/her that you have applied as a member of the club, to be issued with the NVB Vetting Application Form.

Click here for GAA on-line E-Vetting application form


Step 3
 NVB Vetting Application form
The NVB will issue you with the NVB Vetting Application form.  This will be issued to the email address you provided in Step 2.

Completing this form is a confidential matter between you and the NVB.  All sections of the form including current and previous addresses, email address and contact telephone numbers, information on convictions and prosecutions (if any), plus other information will be required when completing the form.

Once all sections of the form have been answered this then completes your application process for E Vetting in the GAA and within a short period of time you shall be contacted by the GAA to informing you as to the outcome of the vetting application.

You and your Club Secretary will be notified when the vetting process has been completed.

All Vetting queries should be forwarded to evetting@gaa.ie

Colleges Q-Finals details

The draws for the Dr. Harty Cup Under 18.5 A Hurling Quarter-Finals and Corn Ui Mhuiri Under 18.5 A Football Quarter-Finals took place on Wednesday December 13th.


Harty Cup Quarter-Final Draw

Corn An Artaigh QF’s scheduled for the 10th January 2018
A) Ard Scoil Ris V Gaelcholaiste Mhuire AG
B) St Colman’s Fermoy V CBC Cork
C) Our Lady’s Templemore V JTB Hospital
D) Thurles CBS V Midleton CBS

Corn An Artaigh SF fixtures scheduled for the 27th January 2018;
Winner fixture A V Winner fixture B
Winner fixture C V Winner fixture D

Competition final is scheduled for the 17th February 2018


Corn Ui Mhuiri Quarter-Final Draw

Corn Uí Mhuirí QF’s scheduled for the 17th January 2018
A) DLS Macroom V St Brendan’s
B) Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne V IS Killorglin
C) Ham HS Bandon V Col Cholim Ballincollig
D) St Flannan’s V Tralee CBS

Corn Uí Mhuirí SF fixtures scheduled for the 3rd February;
Winner fixture A V Winner fixture B
Winner fixture C V Winner fixture D

Competition final scheduled for the 24th February 2018

December Award goes to Eire Óg and Inniscarra

On Thursday evening last, Eire Óg and Inniscarra won the 72nd monthy Rebel Og Awards in the Clayton Hotel Sliversprings. 

DECEMBER 2017 WINNERS

Éire Óg

Premier Minor Football County Champions & County League Winners 2017

and

Inniscarra 

Premier Minor 2 Hurling Champions & County League Winners 2017

ÉIRE ÓG FOOTBALLERS and INNISCARRA HURLERS, who won the 2017 County Championships and County Leagues, are the joint November 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).  They follow November Winners,  Bride Rovers U16 and Minor Hurlers, who won the County Championships, October Winners Bandon,  September Winners, Cork Minor Hurlers, August winners Cork U17 Hurlers, July Winners Ballinora Juvenile GAA Club,  quartet of June Winners, Féile na nGael Champions Sarsfields, Na Piarsaigh, Cuchullains and St. Kevin’s.  January 2017 winners were Kiltha Óg, February Winners St. Colman’s College Fermoy, March winners Stephen O’Rourke and Niall Delany from Mallow, winners of the All-Ireland U17 Handball Championship, April Winners, Carbery Scór and the May 2017 Winners St. Francis College Rochestown, winners of the Simcox Cup.  2016 winners were Na Piarsaigh Minor Hurlers, Cork Ladies Minor Football Team, Sarsfield U14 Camogie Team, Glen Rovers U14 Hurlers, Mizen Rovers, Mitchelstown CBS, Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál Blarney, Kilmurry Footballers, Buttevant Underage GAA Club and Mitchelstown Footballers and Ballygiblin Hurlers, Kilshannig Hurling Teams and Mallow Juvenile GAA Club.  2015 winners were Ahán Gaels, Midleton U15 Footballers, Cork’s Eimear Scally, Aghabullogue U16 Hurlers, Cork U15 Development Squad, Douglas U14 Footballers, St. Finbarrs U14 Hurlers, Christian Brothers Cork, Coláiste Chríost Rí, Coláiste an Phiarsaigh (Camogie) Sacred Heart Clonakilty (Camogie) and Ilen Rovers.

INNISCARRA MINOR HURLERS created history when they were crowned Cork County Premier 2 Champions for the very first time on 11th September last in Pairc Ui Rinn, defeating a gallant Blackrock team in the Final. 

The Inniscarra campaign started in Blarney in July against Mallow when after a close encounter, late goals helped Inniscarra to come out on top. They then faced Blackrock in Caherlag where a great start against a very strong wind set them up for a comfortable victory.

The next round was at the Mardyke on 6th September for the County Semi-Final v St Finbarr’s. Level with 10 minutes to go, a strong finishing burst scoring 7 points without reply got Inniscarra over the line in some style. They then faced Blackrock again in the Final on 11th September and after a very competitive game were thrilled to come out on top with a 3 point victory. Anyone involved in sport will tell you that’s it is not easy to beat any opposition twice in the same year in the same competition so Liam Kennedy’s charges were well motivated to get their revenge but on the night Inniscarra just edged past Blackrock in the last ten minutes  in a very sporting and exciting encounter. Interestingly, all 3 Premier Level Minor Hurling Finals this year were repeat pairings of earlier rounds but thankfully Inniscarra did enough to uphold the form of their earlier match against Blackrock in Caherlag giving Inniscarra a Historic Victory (the other 2 County Finals saw a reverse of earlier round results).

Inniscarra progressed to the County League Final on 25th November v Shandrum in Cloughduv and again after a good competitive hour of Hurling they emerged victorious by 4 points.  

Team Management for the Minor Hurlers in 2017: Daire Holland, Seanie O’Mahony and Eugene O’Sullivan (Coach), Medical Rita Cronin 

Path to Final 

Inniscarra 3-10; Mallow 0-10 

Inniscarra 6-14; Blackrock 1-15 

Semi Final Inniscarra 0-25; St Finbarrs 2-12 

County Final Inniscarra 0-12; Blackrock 0-9 
County League Final 25th November

Inniscarra 3-5; Shandrum 0-10 
Whilst it is the Minor Team that are being recognised today for their achievements, there are a lot of reasons for their success. Don Hennessy would have coached all these lads in National schools when they were starting off in his role as School Liaison Coach. Inniscarra have a very hard working Juvenile Club under the Guidance of Chairman Leo Murphy, Secretary Margaret O’Connell and Club na nÓg Chairperson Kevin Keohane who are all keeping up the good work and good practice that has been handed on from previous Officers and continuing to promote CLCG to the youth within the Parish. Inniscarra currently cater for nearly 300 boys from Under 6 to Under 18 so the challenges are big but the effort and willingness to meet these challenges is thankfully much bigger. Club Chairman Michael O’ Driscoll and Club Secretary Enda Linehan are very proactive in promoting and supporting every team within the Club and are hugely involved in all aspects of making sure that the Club runs as smoothly as possible.
It is without doubt the most exciting time ever to be involved in Inniscarra GAA Club. Since the Minor County Success on 11th September, the Under 21 Hurlers captured the A County defeating Fermoy in the Final for our first ever victory   In addition the Under 16 Hurlers won the Premier 2 Hurling League defeating Shandrum in the Final. Inniscarra’s Under 15 Hurlers are also in the Premier 2 League Final. The Under 13’s won P2 Hurling League and Autumn Hurling League, Under 12’s  won P1 Football League.
Under 8’s to Under 11’s all participate in Rebel Og Blitzes and the Inniscarra Club is extremely proactive in Both Player & Coach Pathway 
Inniscarra had 3 County Winning Minor Hurlers on the Cork Under 17 Panel this year who won a great Munster and All Ireland Hurling Series so to Con O’ Leary, Liam Ryan and Owen McCarthy and the rest of the Cork Under 17 Team under John Considine and his Management, the club extend their heartiest congratulations.
We sincerely thank Rebel Og for this award. It is something that we as a Club are extremely proud to get and it is genuinely appreciated. We look forward with huge anticipation to all matters CLCG in 2018
SCARRA ABÚ
ÉIRE OG’S Journey to Premier 1 League and championship success started in September with a comprehensive over St. Finbarrs (1-18 to 1-12). A win over Nemo Rangers in the Quarter Final (1-13 to 1-10) led to the Semi-final v Carrigaline (1-14 to 0-8). Facing Douglas in the Final was a challenge and success was achieved after a tough competitive battle with both teams neck and neck until the final Whistle. (2-8 to 1-12).

Captained by James O’Sullivan and Vice-Captain Shane Quigley, this group have played together since U13 P2 league success in 2012, Championship losses v Carrigaline at U14 P1 and vs Nemo Rangers at U16 P1 bonded these young men into achieving a historic Double success in 2017, a first for Éire Óg at this level.

We hope to see much more of them in the Future. Congratulations also to their Manager Alan O’Regan & mentors Damien Lordan, John O’Shea & Vincy O’Connell.

Dr. Harty Cup and Corn Ui Mhuiri Q-Final draw

Dr. Harty Cup & Corn Ui Mhuiri Quarter-Final Draws

The draws for the Dr. Harty Cup Under 18.5 A Hurling Quarter-Finals and Corn Ui Mhuiri Under 18.5 A Football Quarter-Finals took place on Wednesday December 13th.


Harty Cup Quarter-Final Draw

Corn An Artaigh QF’s scheduled for the 10th January 2018
A) Ard Scoil Ris V Gaelcholaiste Mhuire AG
B) St Colman’s Fermoy V CBC Cork
C) Our Lady’s Templemore V JTB Hospital
D) Thurles CBS V Midleton CBS

Corn An Artaigh SF fixtures scheduled for the 27th January 2018;
Winner fixture A V Winner fixture B
Winner fixture C V Winner fixture D

Competition final is scheduled for the 17th February 2018


Corn Ui Mhuiri Quarter-Final Draw

Corn Uí Mhuirí QF’s scheduled for the 17th January 2018
A) DLS Macroom V St Brendan’s
B) Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne V IS Killorglin
C) Ham HS Bandon V Col Cholim Ballincollig
D) St Flannan’s V Tralee CBS

Corn Uí Mhuirí SF fixtures scheduled for the 3rd February;
Winner fixture A V Winner fixture B
Winner fixture C V Winner fixture D

Competition final scheduled for the 24th February 2018

Rebel Og Award winners for Novemeber are Bride Rovers

NOVEMBER 2017 WINNERS

BRIDE ROVERS

U16 and Minor Hurlers, County Champions

Rebel Og Award for November to Bride Rovers

The Bride Rovers U16 and Minor Hurlers, who won the County Championships, are the November 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).  They follow  October Winners Bandon,  September Winners, Cork Minor Hurlers, August winners Cork U17 Hurlers, July Winners Ballinora Juvenile GAA Club,  quartet of June Winners, Féile na nGael Champions Sarsfields, Na Piarsaigh, Cuchullains and St. Kevin’s.  January 2017 winners were Kiltha Óg, February Winners St. Colman’s College Fermoy, March winners Stephen O’Rourke and Niall Delany from Mallow, winners of the All-Ireland U17 Handball Championship, April Winners, Carbery Scór and the May 2017 Winners St. Francis College Rochestown, winners of the Simcox Cup.  

The 2017 season has been a tremendous one for the Bride Rovers Juvenile Club of Rathcormac/Bartlemy/Kildinan parish. The Bride Rovers Club was formed in 1928 and during the 1970’s a separate Juvenile club came into existence. For the last three years the Chairman of the Juvenile Club, which caters for hurling and football from under 6 to under18, has been Paddy Hynes. Under his leadership the Club has enjoyed a remarkable ‘Golden Era’ with no fewer than 10 County League and championship Tiles coming to the Banks of the Bride. Assisted by Secretary Lisa Collins and Treasurer Ken O’Riordan Paddy Hynes has led a fantastic group of players, team mentors and trainers.

With some under 14 players on the under 16 team and under 16 players on the Minor team the last few months have been hectic for the Club culminating with the October Bank Holiday weekend when two County Hurling Championship titles were captured. 

The Bride Rovers Under 16 hurlers participated in the North Region this year for the first time. The Championship campaign began in Kildorrery on September the 4th with a 3-20 to 0-6 win over Charleville. A week later at the same venue the team came a half time deficit to record a good semi-final win over Ballyhea on a scoreline of 2 18 to 3 8. Just three nights later at the Kilworth venue Bride Rovers crossed camáns with their neighbours Fermoy. After a great contest Bride Rovers won the Title by 1-12 to 0-11. On Sunday October the 8th they travelled to Mayfield to take on Ibane Gaels in the county Quarter Final. First half goals from Kieran Kearney and Edmond Cashman saw Bride Rovers seven points ahead. Ibane then hit seven points in a row. The teams were level at half time and twice Ibane went ahead in the second half. Unerring accuracy from frees by Cian Hogan saw Bride Rovers through by two point on a final score of 2-14 to 0-18. Six days later at high noon on Saturday October 14th Bride Rovers met Aghabullogue in the semi-final. A goal from Thomas Macek just before the break saw Bride Rovers lead by 1-11 to 2-3 at the short whistle. They added a further nine points to win by 1-20 to 3-6 and qualify for the County Final.

The County Under 16 championship decider was repeat of the North Final against Fermoy. The venue was Killeagh on Saturday October 28th. Since the North Final Bride Rovers had lost Matthew Quinn with a serious hand injury so Fermoy were confident of overturning the Kilworth result. Kieran Kearney scored an early goal for Bride Rovers and it proved to be the crucial score of the game. Having lead by four points after the first six minutes Fermoy then went a point ahead but Rovers levelled per Kieran Kearney before Cian Hogan put them up two, 1-5 to 0-6 at the break. The second half was brilliant hurling. Bride Rovers were under severe pressure holding on to a three point lead but points from Cian and David Barry saw them win by five, 1-10 to 0-8. 

The Minor Hurlers got their campaign off to a winning start on Monday July 31st. After a thriller at Mayfield Bride Rovers defeated Ballygarvan by a single point 3-16 to 2-18.  The next Minor game was the Wednesday after the All Ireland Minor Hurling Final. In Castlelyons Bride Rovers Minors faced St. Catherine’s and after a keen game they were through to the East Final v Cobh. Played in Aghada on Saturday September 16th the East Final was productive of great hurling.   Bride Rovers had plenty chances but Cobh won by a single point, 2-11 to 1-13. All was not lost however because both winners and runners up advanced in the County.  Just a week after losing to Cobh Bride Rovers faced Bandon in Ballincollig. Having lead by three points, 0-8 to 0-5, at the break Brian Roche helped Bride Rovers to a 1- 12 to 0-6 win. A week later it was down to Killeagh for the County Semi Final against Cobh, a repeat of the East Final. On this occasion Bride Rovers made no mistake with goals from Conor Barry and Brian Roche helping them to a 2-16 to 1-7 win.

The County Final was played on Bank Holiday Monday October 30th in Killavullen against Kilshannig. It was brilliant game of hurling. First half goals from Cian Hogan and Brian Roche saw Bride Rovers lead by 2-12 to 0-10 at the short whistle. A Conor Barry free put them nine ahead but back came Kilshannig with two goals. Bride Rovers never panicked and eight points in a row saw them win the County Title by 2-21 to 2-11. Joint team Captains John O’ Sullivan and Jordan Mannix were presented with the Cup by John Purcell.

Special mention must be made of the Roche brothers on their contribution to both club and Cork victories; both had an outstanding season, culminating in winning the U17 All-Ireland title with Cork.

County Titles handed out this weekend 

Across Cork GAA this weekend some big games took place.

Sam Maguire’s win Minor A County Title. 

Bonfires will welcome Sam Maguire’s back to Sam Maguire Park on Sunday following their Clayton Sliversprings Minor A County  success over Bantry Blues. This West Cork Derby brought hard, tight football from both sides but some well taken scores ensured that Sam Maguire’s would be County Champions.

https://twitter.com/dohenygaa/status/929754920839995392
Lisgoold win Minor Hurling title in Ballincollig

In Ballincollg, the final of Minor B1 hurling County championship tool place with Lisgoold beating Newcestown in the final by a goal.

https://twitter.com/LisgooldCLG/status/929780259037306880
Douglas are Premier U15 Football Champions 

Douglas added the Premier U15 Football title to the U14 title that they have already won following their victory over Carriglaine.

A game which had outstanding skill on display for both teams. Douglas scoring two goals at critical times insured that their name would be on the Cup.

https://twitter.com/DouglasGAAClub/status/929391984569090049
Ballinora add hurling title to Feile Football

U14 double success for Ballinora this weekend when they over came a gallent Ibane Gaels team in the County Final. The Rebel Og East reps were too strong for the West Cork side on the decider.

Rebel Og Results round up for the past seven days

Rebel Og competitions are coming to the end of their terms with semi-finals and finals taking place in most competitions. All league programmes are at their knock out stages. Below we will look at the results form games that took place over the last seven days.

 


Rebel Og County

Clayton Silversprings Minor A Football County Championship: Bantry Blues 0-6, Sam Maguires 3-7 Final; Clayton Silversprings County Minor B1 Football Championship: Gabriel Og 5-10, Knocknagree 1-9 Quarter final ; Clayton Silversprings Minor B 1 County Hurling Championship: Lisgoold 2-14, Newcestown 1-14 Final; Cummins Sports U16B2 County Hurling Championship: Kildorrery 2-10, Doneraile 1-7 Final; County U16A Hurling League: Ballygiblin 1-15, Bandon 1-11 Semi-final; Evening Echo County U14A Football Championship: Clonakilty 2-9, Aghada 3-8 Semi-final; Evening Echo U14B1 County Football Championship: Aghabullogue 2-5, Buttevant 4-11 Quarter final; Cobh 1-2, Owen Gaels 11-11 Quarter final ; Evening Echo U14 B2 County Football
Championship:
Adrigole 9-11, Naomh Aban 4-11 Quarter final ; Castletownbere -, St. Dominics – Conceded by Castletownbere; Castletownbere -, Tracton – Conceded by Tracton; Evening Echo U14A County Hurling Championship: Balilinora 5-14, Ibane Gaels 3-4 Final; U13 Hurling B1 Plate Competition: Clyda Rovers 0-7, Grenagh 1-10 Semi-final; U13 Hurling B2 Cup and Plate: Keale Gaels 1-12, Whitechurch 2-12 Final Cup;


Rebel Og West

MINOR A FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Canovee 2-6, Urhan 1-10 ; Minor B1 Football League Play-offs: Kilbrittain 3-8, Ahan Gaels 0-9 League Final; Ibane Gaels 1-6, Ahan Gaels 3-13 League Semi-final; UNDER 14 B 1 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: O Donovan Rossa 3-11, Owen Gaels 2-14 Final AET; UNDER 12 C FOOTBALL RUNNERS UP CUP: Kilbrittain 2-10, Iveleary 2-7 Runners up Cup Final;


Rebel Og East

Rebel Og East Minor B1 Hurling League Final: Kiltha Og 0-11, Aghada 2-10, Venue: Dungourney , Final; Aghada -, Clyda Rovers -, Venue: Aghada, Conceded by Clyda Rovers;
Rebel Og East U16 A Hurling League Final:  St Colmans 3-16, Cloughduv 0-11, Venue: Cloughduv, Final; Rebel Og East Fe 14 B1 Football League Final:  Ballinhassig 2-7, Crosshaven 2-8, Venue: Ballinhassig, Final; Crosshaven 6-16, Mayfield 6-2, Venue: Crosshaven, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Fe 14 B2 Hurling League Final:  Carrig na bhFear 4-10, Grenagh 0-11, Venue: Carrig na bhFear, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Fe 14 B1 Hurling League Final:  St Catherines 2-3, St Vincents 3-12, Venue: Ballynoe, Final; Aghabullogue 4-9, St Catherines 4-10, Venue: Coachford, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Fe 14 A Football League Final: Aghada 4-3, Kilmurry 0-12, Venue: Aghada, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 1 Football Championship Final:  Ballinora 2-15, Kilbrittian 1-3, Venue: Brinny, Final; Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 3 Football Championship Final:  Fr O Neills 4-5, Bride Rovers 2-10, Venue: Killeagh, Final; Rebel Og East Fe 12 A Football League Final:
Aghabullogue 2-14, Ballinora 1-7, Venue: Ballinora, Final;


Rebel Og Central

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Football Championship: Eire Og 1-14, Carrigaline 0-8 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 C3 Football Tournament: Valley Rovers 6-9, Carrigaline 3-4 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 15 P1 Football Championship: Carrigaline 0-3, Douglas 2-6 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 15 P2 Football Championship: Ibane Gaels 1-14, Carbery Rangers 1-9 Q/F; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 15 C3 Football Tournament: Carrigaline 2-8, Ballincollig 2-4 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P2 Football Challenge Cup: Mallow -, Carbery Rangers – Conceded by Carbery Rangers; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 C3 Football Tournament: Nemo Rangers 3-3, Valley Rovers 1-3 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Playoff: Midleton 5-17, Na Piarsaigh 3-12 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Playoff: Shandrum 1-17, Ballincollig 0-7 Semi Final; Inniscarra 0-14, St Finbarrs 0-7 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2A Football Playoff: St Nicholas 0-3, Valley Rovers 5-15 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Hurling Playoff: Cobh 0-12, Midleton 2-12 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Hurling Playoff: Inniscarra 4-9, Shandrum 0-7 Final; Ballincollig 2-7, Shandrum 1-16 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 15 P2 Football Playoff: St Nicholas 4-14, Fermoy 0-3 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P1 Hurling Playoff: Glen Rovers 2-8, Midleton 2-20 Semi Final; Fe 14 P2 Hurling League play off: Kiltha Og 2-14, Na Piarsaigh 2-10 Final; Fe 14 P2A Hurling League play off: Blarney 5-16, Bride Rovers 3-19 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P1 Football Playoff: Ballincollig 0-7, Douglas 3-9 Semi Final; Carrigaline 3-14, Glanmire 1-6 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P2 Football Playoff: Eire Og 6-9, Castlehaven 4-11 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (2) Autumn Football League: Glanmire 4-10, St Michaels 2-6 Playoff; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 12 P2 Football Playoff: Inniscarra 1 6-10, Mallow 1 3-6 Final; Mallow 1 4-7, Midleton 1 1-7 ;


Rebel Og North

Rebel Og North Synergy Credit Union Fermoy U16 B1 F Championshiop: Clyda Rovers 0-7, Granard Gaels 0-5 ;


 

County Minor Finals down for decision this weekend

County Finals weekend

Some big games down for decision this weekend in Minor Championship.

On the Saturday, the clash of St.Michaels against Carbery Rangers in the Premier 2 County Football championship will take place at 3:30pm in Carrigaline GAA.

Below is the path to the final for both teams and details of the championship to date.

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Football Championship

 St Michaels    3-3       1-10     Fermoy           Round 1         

Na Piarsaigh   0-10     2-11     Glanmire         Round 1

Ballincollig    1-6       1-15     Carbery Rangers      Round 1         

Mallow                        1-17     2-5       Midleton                                 Round 1

Glanmire                     0-8       0-16     Carbery Rangers         Winners round

Fermoy                        3-5       1-14     Mallow            Winners round

St Michaels    5-13     4-10     Midleton        Loser round AET     

Na Piarsaigh   0-8       2-8       Ballincollig     Loser round

Ballincollig     2-8       1-7       Fermoy            Q/F

St Michaels    1-13     2-7       Glanmire       Q/F    

Mallow                       1-12     3-9       St Michaels    Semi Final     

Carbery Rangers      3-11     2-6       Ballincollig    Semi Final     

St Michaels    –           –           Carbery Rangers      Final  

 


 

 

Rebel Og Minor B1 County hurling Final will see the meeting of Lisgoold and Newcestown is now off

Below is the path to final County Final

Clayton Silversprings Minor B 1 County Hurling Championship

Ballycastle Gaels            4-7      1-14             Kiltha Og      Quarter final

Kilmeen-Kilbree 1-9      5-15    Granard Gaels     Semi-Final

Granard Gaels      0-7      0-20    Lisgoold              Semifinal

Lisgoold               –          –          Newcestown       Final


 

Results Round up

Rebel Og Results from the past seven days are in. Check them out below in a week that a number of County and Regional titles were given out by Rebel Og.

Clayton Silversprings Minor A County Hurling Championship: Cobh 1-7, Bride Rovers 2-17 Semifinal ; Clayton Silversprings Minor B 1 County Hurling Championship: Kilmeen-Kilbree 1-9, Granard Gaels 5-15 ; Cummins Sports U16A County Hurling Championship: Kinsale 1-12, Fermoy 2-15 Semifinal ; Evening Echo U14A County Hurling Championship: Ballinora 2-14, Granard Gaels 3-9 Semifinal ; Cuchullains 1-9, Ibane Gaels 4-7 Semifinal ; Evening Echo U14B2 County Hurling Championship: Shamrocks 3-8, Castlelyons 6-15 Quarter final ;

 

 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Football Championship: Carrigaline 2-12, Douglas 2-14 Winners round; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Football Champ: Na Piarsaigh 0-8, Ballincollig 2-8 Loser round; St Michaels 5-13, Midleton 4-10 Loser round AET; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Championship: St Finbarrs 1-9, Carbery Rangers 0-12 Final; Nemo Rangers 4-9, Carbery Rangers 6-14 Semi Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Chalenge Cup: Douglas 3-7, Ballincollig 0-9 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Championship: Glanmire 1-8, Valley Rovers 2-12 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Football Championship: Macroom 0-6, Ibane Gaels 3-15 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2A Football Challenge Cup: Ballygarvan 1-7, St Nicholas 1-11 Final; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 14 P1 Football Challenge Cup: Carrigaline 1-9, Beara 2-9 Q/F; Fe 18 C3 Hurling League: Bishopstown -, Sarsfield 2 – Conceded by Bishopstown; Fe 16 P1 Hurling League: Cobh 3-9, Glen Rovers 0-16 ; Fe 15 P1 Hurling League: Kiltha Og 1-18, Blackrock 2-5 ; St Finbarrs 4-16, Douglas 1-4 ; Fe 15 P1 Football League: Bishopstown 2-5, Nemo Rangers 3-15 ; Ballincollig 5-7, Inniscarra 3-13 ; Valley Rovers 1-10, Carrigaline 2-19 ; Fe 15 C3 Football League: Ballincollig -, Inniscarra – Conceded by Inniscarra; Fe 14 P2A Hurling League play off: Blarney 5-10, Cobh 0-12 Semi Final; Fe 14 C3 Hurling League: Midleton 2 2-9, Blackrock 2 3-3 ; Fe 14 P2 Football League: Youghal 1-5, St Nicholas 1-3 ; Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 13 (1) Autumn Hurling League: Ballygarvan 2-10, Ballincollig 3-13 Final; St Finbarrs 0-1, Ballincollig 0-2 ; Ballygarvan 6-13, Ballincollig 3-5 off ballygarvan ; Fe 12 P1 Hurling League: Blackrock 1 L-L, Douglas 1 W-W Conceded by Blackrock 1; Carrigtwohill W-W, Na Piarsaigh 1 L-L Conceded by Na Piarsaigh 1; Shandrum W-W, St Finbarrs 1 L-L Conceded by St Finbarrs 1; Fe 12 P2 Hurling League: Ballinhassig W-W, Nemo Rangers 1 L-L Conceded by Nemo Rangers 1; Ballygiblin W-W, Glen Rovers 1 L-L ; Erins Own W-W, Cobh L-L ; Courcey Rovers L-L, Mallow 1 W-W ; Fe 12 P1 Football League: Glenville W-W, Valley Rovers L-L ; St Finbarrs 1 L-L, Valley Rovers W-W ;

Rebel Og East Fe 12 B2 Football Play Off: Shamrocks 6-9, Castlelyons 2-0, Venue: Shanbally, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Minor A Football Championship:  Aghada 1-14, Passage 2-4, Venue: Cobh, Final; Rebel Og East Minor B2 East 1 Football Championship:  Cill na Martra 2-15, Aghinagh 1-16, Venue: Ballyvourney, Final; Rebel Og East Minor B2 East 2 Football Championship:
Carraigtwohill 2-7, Kinsale 7-12, Venue: Carraigtwohill, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Minor A Football League:  Aghabullogue -, St Vincents -, Venue: Coachford, Conceded by St Vincents; Aghada 1-14, Passage 2-4, Venue: Cobh, ; Rebel Og East Under 16 A Football Championship:  Aghabullogue 1-12, Inniscarra 3-11, Venue: Grenagh, Final; Inniscarra 2-9, Douglas 2-8, Venue: Ballyanley, Semi Final;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 2 Football Championship:  Blarney 3-15, Canovee 4-8, Venue: Ovens, Final; Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 3 Football Championship:  Bride Rovers 4-6, Killara Og 3-9, Venue: Rathcormac, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Under 16 A Football League:
Kiltha Og -, Sliabh Rua -, Venue: Dungourney , Conceded by Sliabh Rua; Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 3 Football League:  Bride Rovers -, Killeagh Itas -, Venue: Rathcormac, Conceded by Bride Rovers; Rebel Og East Under 16 A Hurling League:  St Colmans 2-13, Cloughduv  1-9, Venue: Cloughduv, Ballinhassig 1-9, Carraigtwohill 0-21, Venue: Ballinhassig, ;
Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 Hurling League: Ballinora 1-10, Aghada 4-11, Venue: Ballinora, ; St Malachys -, Whitechurch -, Venue: Glean na Laoi, Conceded by St Malachys;Rebel Og East Under 16 B2 Hurling League:  Lisgoold 7-12, Crosshaven 3-12, Venue: Crosshaven, ; Rebel Og East Under 14 A East 1 Football Championship:  Donoughmore 2-8, Bishopstown 4-7, Venue: Donoughmore, ;
Ballinora 1-12, Kilmurry 1-6, Venue: Ballinora, ; Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 1 Football Championship:  Kiltha Og 5-14, Mayfield 2-7, Venue: Castlemartyr, Semi Final; Rebel Og East Under 14 B2 East 2 Football Championship:  Canovee 1-6, Aghabullogue 4-10, Venue: Carrigadrohid, Semi Final; Macroom 1-5, Ballinhassig 1-7, Venue: Macroom, Semi Final;
Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 2 Hurling Championsip:  Lisgoold 2-2, St Catherines 7-5, Venue: Castlelyons, Final; Rebel Og East Under 14 B1 East 1 Hurling League:
Courcey Rovers -, Aghabullogue -, Venue: Ballinspittle, Void match; Rebel Og East U12 B1 Football League Play Off:  Killeagh Itas 0-66, St Vincents 0-81, Venue: Killeagh/Itas, ; Grenagh 4-15, Crosshaven 2-5, Venue: Grenagh, ; St Vincents 5-3, Passage 0-10, Venue: St Vincents, ;
Rebel Og East Under 12 B2 Football League: Aghabullogue -, Castlelyons -, Venue: Coachford, Void match; Rebel Og East U12 A Hurling League Play Off:  Whitechurch 2-5, Youghal 3-6, Venue: Whitechurch, Quarter Final;

 

Rebel Og North Fermoy Nissan U18 B2 F Championship: St Kevins 2-5, Doneraile 4-15 ; Rebel Og North Alan Lynch Construction U16 A F Championship: Duarigle Gaels 1-19, Kilshannig 2-9 ; Mitchelstown 2-4, Duarigle Gaels 2-14 refixture; Erins Own 0-2, Kilshannig 6-12 ; Rebel Og North Synergy Credit Union Fermoy U16 B1 F Championshiop: St Peters 0-12, Clyda Rovers 3-15 ; Rebel Og North Kanturk Credit Union U16 White B2 F Championship: Ballinacurra 1-2, Kildorrery 7-6 ; Doneraile 3-12, St Catherines 0-0 ; Rebel Og North Shreelawn Oil U16 B2 Red F Championship: Croke Rovers 4-14, Boherbue 4-7 ; Cill na Martra 1-11, Croke Rovers 4-13 ; Rebel Og North Fermoy Nissan U14 A F Championship: Killavullen 4-9, Granard Gaels 3-9 ; Rebel Og North Ballyhass lakes U14 B2 White F Championship: Boherbue 2-7, Newmarket 1-17 ; Rebel Og North U14 B2 F Red Championship: St Dominics 2-13, Kilara Og 2-7 ; U12 B Fl G2 Phase 2 semi-final and final stages Rebel Og North: Granard Gaels 2-16, Ballycastle Gaels 3-10 ; U12 B FL Group 3 semi final and final stages Rebel Og North: Sliabh Luachra Gaels 2-6, Killavullen White 3-5 ;

 

 

MINOR A FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Sam Maguires 2-10, Bantry Blues 0-5 ; MINOR B1 FOOTBALL C,SHIP WEST 1: Newcestown 3-11, Kilbrittain 4-9 ; MINOR B1 FOOTBALL WEST 2 CHAMPIONSHIP: Gabriel Og 1-13, Naomh Aban 1-10 ; UNDER 16 B 1 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Ilen Og 4-9, Urhan 1-6 ; UNDER 16 B 2 FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Kilmeen 6-8, Sam Maguires 3-5 ; UNDER 14 A FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Ibane Gaels 2-9, Clonakilty 3-9 ; Bantry Blues 4-17, Muintir Na nGael 2-11 ; UNDER 14 B 1 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Sam Maguires 1-8, Gabriel Og 2-9 ; U14 B 2 WEST 1 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Castletownbere 2-18, Tadhg Mac Carthaigh 3-8 ; U14 B 2 WEST 2 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Clonakilty B 4-2, Tracton 4-7 ; U14 B 2 WEST 3 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Naomh Aban 3-14, Lee Gaels 1-7 ; Western Gaels 6-14, Cill Na Martra 1-2 ; UNDER 14 B 3 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Beal Atha n Ghaorthaidh 12-13, Glengarriffe 12-9 ; UNDER 12 A FOOTBALL CUP: Bantry Blues 6-10, Sam Maguires 1-6 FINAL; UNDER 12 B FOOTBALL SHIELD: Clonakilty 4-6, Ahan Gaels 3-10 ; UNDER 12 B FOOTBALL RUNNERS UP SHIELD : Gabriel Og 6-16, Carbery Rangers 3-5 Final; UNDER 12 C FOOTBALL SHIELD: Argideen Rangers 4-12, Kilmeen 7-13 Final; UNDER 12 D FOOTBALL CUP: St James 5-11, St Oliver Plunketts 3-2 CUP FINAL; UNDER 12 D FOOTBALL SHIELD: Muintir Bhaire 1-10, O Donovan Rossa 2 5-7 ; Glengarriffe -, Ballinascarthy – Conceded by Glengarriffe;

 

 

 

 

County Championship Fixtures this weekend

Saturday 30th September 2017

Clayton Silversprings Hotel County Minor ‘A’ Hurling Championship

Semi Final

Cobh v Bride Rovers @ Killeagh 3.00 pm

Clayton Silversprings Hotel County Minor ‘B1’ Hurling Championship

Quarter Final

Kilbree v Granard Gaels @ Mayfield 4.30 pm

Evening Echo County Under 14 ‘A’ Hurling Championship Semi Finals

Granard Gaels v Ballinora @ Mayfield 3.00 pm

Evening Echo County Under 14 ‘A’ Hurling Championship Semi Finals

Cuchullains v Ibane Gaels @ Ballincollig 1.30 pm

Cummins Sports Under 16 ‘A’ Hurling Championship Semi Final

Kinsale v Fermoy @ Ballincollig 3.00 pm

Evening Echo Under 14 ‘B1’ Hurling Championship Quarter Final

St. Kevins v Passage West @ Castletownroche 4.30 pm

 

Sunday 1st October 2017

Cummins Sports Under 16 ‘B1’ Hurling Championship Quarter Finals

Tracton v Ahan Gaels @ Passage West 2.00 pm

Clayton Silversprings Hotel County Minor ‘B1’ Hurling Championship

Semi Final

Ballycastle Gaels v Newcestown @ Ballygarvan 3.30 pm

Clayton Silversprings Hotel County Minor ‘B2’ Hurling Championship

Quarter Finals

St. Marks v Fastnet Gaels @ Cill na Martra 3.00 pm

Evening Echo Under 14 ‘B1’ Hurling Championship Quarter Final

Carraig na bhFear v Croke Rovers @ Carraig na bhFear 4.30 pm

September Rebel Og Award goes to Cork Minor Hurlers

Rebel Og Award for September 2017

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.