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

Sam Maguire’s Minors win January award

Sam Maguires winners of the Rebel Óg Award marking their Co. MAFC and MAFL wins represented by Eoin Murray, Jason Daly, Darren Fraser, David Farrell, Declan Collins and Kieran Forbes at a function in the Clayton Silver Springs Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

SAM MAGUIRE’S footballers, who won the Minor A County League and Minor A County Football Championship, are the January, 2018 winners of the Rebel Óg monthly awards, sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, Cummins Sports (award sponsors), with the Evening Echo and RedFM as media partners.

Sam Maguires presented with the Rebel Óg Award marking their Co. MAFC and MAFL wins a function in the Clayton Silver Springs Hotel, Cork in the company of Lord Mayor, Cllr. Tony Fitzgerald; Co. Mayor, Cllr Declan Hurley and Colin O’Sullivan, Red FM. Picture John Tarrant

Last year was tremendous for the club, which hails from the parish of Dunmanway, in west Cork. The club draws its players from the Doheny and Randal Óg adult clubs. It caters for both hurling and football fielding teams, from U6 up to minor.

Pride of place for 2017 goes to their minor footballers, who were crowned Minor ‘A’ County football champions, having defeated Bantry in the final, 3-7 to 0-6. In the semi-final, they had defeated Passage, 2-11 to 0-7.

The team also won the West Region championship, beating Castlehaven, O’Donovan Rossa, and Bantry in the final, 2-10 to 0-5. They also won the Minor A West football league and the County A league, defeating Aghada by a point in the final, 1-8 to 1-7.

This minor team had a lot of players in the under-17 bracket, called to play Premier ‘1’ football against the best teams in the county.

29th January 2018…….. Sam Maguires footballers, David Farrell and Declan Collins receive the trophy from Kevin Cummins, Cummins sports , with the Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Fitzgerald, Tony White, minor manager and John Purcell, chairman Rebel Og , as the January 2018 winners of the Rebel Og monthly awards sponsored by Clayton hotel Silverprings, Cummins Sports (award sponsors), with RED FM and The Evening Echo, (Media partners)
Picture: Eddie O’Hare

The team was well-balanced and included two county U17 players, in Eoin Murray and Fionn Herlihy. Jerry O’Farrell was an outstanding captain and team leader, while Keith White was a key player in the forward division.

Team manager was Tony White, along with selectors, Neil Collins, Finny Collins, Cathal Crowley, John Barry, and Jerry O’Mahony.

Sam Maguires presented with the Rebel Óg Award marking their Co. MAFC and MAFL wins a function in the Clayton Silver Springs Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

The U16 A footballers won the West Region A League and the U12 footballers came out on top in their football league. A spokesman said: “The club are so proud of their commitment to hurling and, even though they are not hurling titles in 2017, they are competing in the U 16 A county hurling championship in 2018.

“The last minor football team to win a county title was in 2011, when we defeated Clonakilty in the Premier 2 Championship final. Former Cork senior hurler and current Munster and Ireland rugby international, Darren Sweetnam, was on that team, along with Eoin Lavers, Sean Daly, and Mark Buckley”.

 

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

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 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 ;


 

October Rebel Og Award for Bandon

Bandon Juvenile GAA honoured at the monthly Rebel Óg Awards hosted in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel. Picture John Tarrant

 

OCTOBER 2017 WINNERS

Norina O’Callaghan, Clayton Silver Springs Hotel presents the Rebel Óg Award to Bandon’s John Ahern in the presence of Donal McCarthy, Adjudicator; Seán Ahern and John Purcell, Chairman, Rebel Óg.. Picture John Tarrant

BANDON GAA CLUB

Winners of the Fe U15 Football and Fe U15 Hurling Championships

The Bandon U15 Hurling and Football Teams, who won the Fé U15 Hurling and Football Championships, are the October 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).

Nicola Cullinane, Marketing Executive Evening Echo presents the Rebel Óg Award to Bandon’s Cian Burke in the presence of Aidan O’Rourke, Rebel Óg West; Cian O’Brien, PRO Rebel Óg and Carl O’Leary U15 selector at a function at the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

BANDON UNDERAGE GAA CLUB caters for training underage players in both hurling and football codes, with a child centred approach and philosophy that recognises that the welfare of the child player is paramount. With an active coaching & mentoring committee supporting a Club Coaching Plan, the maximum player participation and personal development of both hurling and football skills for our underage players can be achieved.

Colin O’Sullivan, Red FM presents the Rebel Óg Award to Bandon’s Tim Twohig in the presence of Ian Doyle, Chairman, Bandon Juvenile GAA; Finbarr Lynch, U15 Team Manager; Donal Leahy, Co. PRO and Richard Murphy, Development Officer, Cork GAA at a function at the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

To encourage more members to join the Bandon GAA club and raise the public profile of GAA organisation, the Bandon Underage GAA club has implemented an active School Coaching Programme in four of Bandon primary schools providing minimum 18 weeks coaching during the school year.

Aidan Horgan, Cummins Sports presents the Rebel Óg Award to Bandon’s Paddy Murray in the presence of Seán O’Sullivan, Event Co-Ordinator; Ciarán McCarthy, Minor Hurling Captain and Eoghan O’Connor, Treasurer Cork Rebel Óg at a function at the Clayton Silversprings Hotel, Cork. Picture John Tarrant

Today Bandon Underage club membership has over 350 members up from 320 in 2016, 265 members in 2015, 215 members in 2014 and 180 members in 2013.

Bandon Underage GAA supports over 20 teams across both hurling and football codes. To support these teams Bandon Underage GAA currently have over eighty (80) coaches registered with seventy (70) coaches having completed Foundation Level Coaching course. Bandon GAA is in unique situation in Cork to have forty five (45) coaches with Advanced Award 1 Coaching course qualified up to Club Adult Team level and currently with one coach with Advanced Award 2 Coaching course for coaching Cork Development Squads and Inter County teams.

Bandon Juvenile GAA honoured at the monthly Rebel Óg Awards hosted in the Clayton Silversprings Hotel were Ian Doyle, Chairperson Bandon Underage GAA; Paddy Murray, Minor Manager; Ciarán McCarthy, Minor Hurling captain; Tim Twohig, U15 Hurling captain; Cian Burke, U15 Football captain; Sean Ahern, U12 Hurling captain; Finbarr Lynch, U15 Manager; Carl O’Mahony, U15 Selector; John Ahern, U12 Selector and Miriam Murphy, Rebel Óg Judging Panel. Picture John Tarrant

Promotion of the GAA games in Bandon encouraged 265 Young Players aged 6-13 from around the Bandon catchment area to attend Bandon GAA Cúl Camp from 14-18th August 2017 that was fully supervised and coached by Bandon Underage GAA coaches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bandon GAA club players contributed to the success of local secondary school teams over past 12 months with Hamilton High School winning the Senior Hurling Lord Mayor Cup & Cork College U14A Football cups and St. Brogan’s College winning U14 County Hurling championship. For the Development squads, Bandon Underage GAA continue to support Cork Coaching with Bandon players successfully progressing onto Carbery U13 and Cork U14, U15 and U17 development squads.

Benchmark 2020 is a Club award Scheme under the auspicious of Cork Coaching & Games which is to promote best practice in coaching and games development at club level. Bandon GAA was one of only 3 clubs in West Cork (18 total in Cork County) to successfully achieve Gold level for 2016 (a repeat over 2015). The successful participation and achieving those high levels in the Benchmark 2020 demonstrates to players, coaches, parents and supporters that Bandon GAA has best practice in GAA coaching and games development.

Bandon GAA Hurling & Football club fosters and develops skills in both codes from our Nursery programme up to Adult level. The benefits of managing and promoting both codes were seen in 2016 with Bandon adult teams achieving Senior Hurling and Premier Intermediate Football status. The success of Bandon GAA adult level teams has encouraged our underage teams for further success during 2017.
Rebel Óg County 2017 U15A Hurling Championship – Bandon’s first game in the U15A Hurling competition was when they put eight goals and twenty three points past Sliabh Rua. For the semi-final, Bandon travelled to East Cork to play Lisgoold. Bandon were too strong for East Cork side as they won by 26 points. The U15A County Final played against Mayfield in mid-July was a repeat of the U14A County Hurling final in 2016 where Bandon came out on top. In this year’s U15 County Hurling final, both teams had some highs and lows as they battled it out for the important scores. Bandon dominated the first half with half time score of 3-7 to 0-3 but Youghal came back storming back in second half to get back into contention.  Youghal never gave up as they scored two goals but they couldn’t hold back the hard work of the West Cork side. Final score Bandon 3-14 to Youghal 2-7.

 

Rebel Óg County 2017 U15A Football Championship – Bandon claimed Rebel Og U15A County Football Championship title following their win over Wolfe Tones (Kanturk) in mid August in Macroom. Plaudits went to both teams for an absolutely classic football encounter, with end to end good attacking football, top class defending, and every player, mentor, and supporter giving their all. In the end Bandon showed what a class outfit this group of players are developing into. There were no losers in this game but Bandon won out in the end.

The Bandon GAA club now hosts the dual 2017 U15A County Football and Hurling Champions. A remarkable achievement for this team.

The passion and commitment shown by the Bandon underage players embodies all that is good about the GAA and bodes well for the future of Bandon GAA Hurling & Football club.