Rebel Óg Coaching Primary Schools Teacher Education Initiative

Rebel Óg Coaching (Cork GAA Games Development Committee) are offering teachers of Junior and Senior Infant classes in boys and mixed gender schools the opportunity to get some practical training in the delivery of Physical Education classes. The focus will be on physical literacy and fundamental movement skills and the training will be delivered by our team of Sport Ireland accredited tutors who currently work with Rebel Óg Coaching on a full time basis. Below are some of the key points of information for schools and teachers who may wish to sign up.


What format will the training take?

Rebel Óg Coaching personnel will come to the school and deliver a 30-40 minute session with teachers who are working with junior and senior infant classes. The session can be delivered with the class group and during school hours so that it can be assigned to the regular, weekly P.E. class. If schools have multiple junior and senior infant classes, then classes can be taken individually on the assigned day. The tutor will return 2-3 weeks after the first session to deliver further training and to discuss with teachers how their P.E. classes went in the interim.


When will the training start?

It is hoped to have teacher training started in schools by early February. However, once schools sign up, the tutor will contact the teacher involved to arrange  dates and times that are suitable to all parties.


Is there a cost to this training?

NO. There is no charge. However, teachers are expected to commit to the training and to deliver P.E. sessions focusing on fundamental movement skills in between the first and second training dates.


What facilities/equipment are required?

The facilities are what the teachers would normally have for P.E. on a weekly basis. Our tutors will work with whatever facilities are on site and this will mean teachers can see what is possible within their environment.

Equipment will be kept to a minimum and schools will not be required to purchase anything ahead of the training.


Is the training certified?                           

Teachers will receive a certificate of participation which will be given to them on the second day of the training module.


Is the training going to be GAA focused?

Though the training is being delivered by GAA coaches, the emphasis is on fundamental movements and therefore is not GAA specific. Most of the activities are based on movement and not on sports specific skills.


Is there a resource pack available?

The teachers will receive a copy of the content delivered for future reference. There will be a mix of games that can be delivered in the classroom for short bursts of activity along with yard/hall based content. Teachers will also be referred to further content on resources devised by National Coaching & Games and the Department of Sport.


How can schools sign up?

Please complete the form on the link below

            Schools should sign up no later than 1st February 2019.

Benchmarking submission due

Its that time of the year where clubs Benchmarking Submissions are now due. The Benchmarking Accreditation submission form for this year 2018 is live online at the link below.

This may make it easier for clubs to fill in rather then sending in the paper documents. You can submit any other documents as well for inclusion by email.

For clubs who have already completed it thank you. If you have not submitted your Benchmarking returns for 2018 please do so now.

Clubs who entered Benchmarking 2020 in 2018, will be eligible for the following benefits in 2019.
  • Priority access to Pairc Ui Chaoimh Initiatives e.g. Monster Blitzes,Go Games Blitzes
  • Eligibility to apply for U12 Croke Park Day
  • Access to Munster Stadium days
  • Application for Half Time games of County & Club games in Cork
  • Entry to the Hurling and Football Go Games Summer leagues for 2019
  • Entry to Munster U15 Super 10’s Competition
  • Access to the Rebel Og Coaching and Munster Coaching Conferences in Pairc Ui Chaoimh
  • Primary school Coaching and Games supports
  • Club Support via Workshops and other initiatives run by Rebel Og Coaching
  • Club bookings for Coach Education Courses (Foundation & Award 1)

For your club to avail of these opportunities they will need to be in the Benchmarking process.

Please register on line on or before the 30th November. Secretaries should pass this e mail on to their Club Coaching Officer for assistance in completing the submission.

Chance of a lifetime to play at Croker






In celebration of opening three new stores in Cork this year Supermac’s will give one lucky Cork person an exclusive opportunity of a lifetime to experience what it is like to play in Croke Park.

Supermac’s has teamed up with the Self-Help Africa to take part in the Croke Park Challenge. It means that one lucky winner will get a chance to experience what it is like to be a player on All-Ireland final day.

Not only will you get to play in Croke Park at a charity match with and against some of Ireland’s top celebs and sports stars but you will get to experience everything else that goes with it including a pre-match meal in a top Dublin hotel, a full personalised kit consisting of playing gear, bag and polo shirt , police escorted bus to Croke Park, commemorative match day programme with your picture and bio included, a DVD with Micheál O Muircheartaigh and Ger Canning providing full match commentary, exclusive drinks reception in the players’ lounge, a Gala Dinner in the Cusack Stand with the Presentation of the Croke Park Challenge Cup at which The Sunday Game panel will provide full analysis and of course some top quality entertainment after the event. And you don’t have to do this on your own. Supermac’s will provide a ticket for a plus one to the Gala event as well

Some of the stars and celebs that will be taking part on the day include Sonia O’Sullivan, Henry Shefflin, Colm Cooper, Tomás Ó Sé, John Treacy, Bernard Dunne, Ray Houghton, Michael Lyster, Cora Staunton, Anna Geary, Rob Heffernan, Roz Purcell, Brendan Griffin TD.

Supermac’s MD Pat McDonagh said that this was an opportunity of a lifetime for a lucky winner from Cork. “The 23rd of October promises to be an unforgettable day at GAA Headquarters for one lucky winner,” he said. “Of the millions that have wanted to, only a lucky few have had the honour of playing on the legendry field on Jones’ Road. Players have represented Cork and their clubs in Croke Park and will do again in the very near future. This competition gives those that haven’t been so lucky an opportunity to do so. To enter is very simple,” Mr. McDonagh said. “Tell us why it would mean so much to you or to someone you know. You can do so via our Facebook pages for the 13 outlets throughout the city and county. We will make a shortlist and then you will get the opportunity to tell Ken Tobin’s on his afternoon show on 96FM between 12-4 every day. The winner will be announced on Friday the 20th of October.”


Cork GAA Coaching update

With the playing season winding down and the squads finishing up, there has been a huge amount of activity over the past 2 months. Rebel Óg Coaching Monster Blitzes, Mini Leagues, Development Squads and Cúl Camps were in full flow. Our Cúl Camps have hit record numbers and our football & hurling development squads have had success in recent Tournaments. A reminder to all clubs not to lose focus on the Benchmarking 2020 Vision initiative criteria which will be assessed at year end.

Cul Camps

Well, summer is over and Cul Camps are now finished for another year, with numbers yet again increased for the 5th year running. We have had over 120 camps around the county with over 19,000 young children taking part. Its great to see that clubs are availing of the Cul Camp to introduce new members to Hurling, Football, Camogie, Ladies Football, Rounders, Handball and other fun games and activities.

A big well done to all the clubs who held Camps and to all coordinators, coaches assistant coaches, committee members, first aiders, parents who helped out on the days, and to the children who took part we say well done to you all.


Cork Hurling Development Squads Success 

Our hurling squads had a very busy weekend last with the U14s in Waterford for the All Ireland A&B Competitions. The U15s travelled to Tipperary to contest the Arrabawn U15 All Ireland with A&B squads and our U16’s travelled to Mallow to contest the Eugene Carey U16 tournament. This was the only age group where it wasn’t an All-Ireland competition. Counties were split between Wexford and Cork to make up 2 groups.

Cork returned with four trophies from the six competitions that they competed at the weekend. The U14s had a great weekend where they won both the Tony Forristal and Sonny Walsh competitions. A lot of good work went on in schools, schools and regional squads up to June which helped the county squad when coming together in July.  Well done to all involved.

Cork U15s played Clare in the semi-final, unfortunately, Clare got a run on us early on and the lads never really got going. Clare were fully deserving winners and won the final against Tipperary after. We then had to play Galway in the plate final and the lads put in a great performance to beat a fine Galway side. The B team had 2 great results over Tipperary and Galway to win out the B tournament. Both performances were excellent.

Cork U16s had 2 squads in action. Our “A” squad were in a group with Clare and Dublin with top 2 teams going through to semi-finals to play Limerick, Galway or Laois. Our B team were up first and defeated Kilkenny in a close game. In the 2nd match, we won comfortably against Kerry. Having topped the group Cork were declared winners of the B Tournament.

Cork A played Clare and ran out comfortable winners then played Dublin straight after and in a very tough physical game Dublin won. Cork beat Limerick in the semi-final. Galway beat Dublin in the other semi-final to set up a final with Cork. Galway opted to play with the breeze and got off to a good start and try as they might Cork lost by 5 points in the end


Munster Activity Days Pairc Ui Chaoimh 2018

On Wednesday 8th of Aug and Thursday 9th, Aug Pairc Ui Chaoimh was a hive of activity with U12 teams coming from Waterford, Kerry, Clare, Limerick, Tipperary and of course Cork to take part in the Munster Activity Stadium days. This is an initiative run by Munster GAA inviting clubs to take part in blitzes in the stadiums around Munster. Clubs could avail of a chance to play hurling or football in Semple Stadium Thurles, Pairc Ui Chaoimh Cork, Fitzgerald Park Killarney, The GAA Grounds Limerick.

Well done to all the clubs and teams who took part in Cork. Each club got 1 hour playing time on the field playing 3 short matches of 20 mins apiece before a stadium tour with Cork Senior Footballer Sean Powter who brought the lads through the dressing rooms, the first aid rooms,  the players gym, the warm-up areas and finishing in the press room where the young players could ask questions just like a normal press conference after a big game. All in all, it was a great day out for the young players.

Fé14 Óg Iomáint 2018 in CIT

On Tuesday 14th August the Munster Fe 14 Óg Iomáint took place in CIT. With teams from Cork, Clare, Limerick, Kerry Tipperary & Waterford taking part it was a full day of Hurling through skills and games. The Schedule was quite busy with each of the boys getting plenty of time on the ball in coaching sessions and Inter county games from the various coaches from around Munster. A big thank you must go to all the staff at CIT under Keith Ricken GAA Officer in CIT.

Go Games U9, U10 & U11 Leagues.

For 2018, Rebel óg Coaching are to continue with developing the Go Games Structure to provide a suitable Games Program for all boys from U7 to U11. The first half of the years programs have gone well at U9, U10 & U11 with many clubs delighted with the format and we are now working through the second half of the program where teams are now placed in groups with teams of equal strength based on results from the first half of the program.

For more information on any of our upcoming leagues fixtures please click the relevant link to see what teams are in your groups and what dates your games are on.

U9 Leagues

U10 Leagues

U11 Leagues


Community Camp with Cork Sports Partnership 

During the year Cork Sports Partnership in association with various sporting bodies in Cork get together to run a summer camp for children of various ages and backgrounds in the Glen Resource centre. Again this year Cork GAA were delighted to be part of this project providing coaches Gavin Webb and Denis Murphy to assist during the camp. Cork GDA Shane Supple who has been providing courses for this project was also on hand at the Glen Resource Centre and on behalf of Cork GAA made a presentation of some equipment and gear to the young players.


North Region U13 Super 7’s Hurling Programme

Over the 3 weeks of August Cork North GDA, Pat Spratt had organised a schedule of 7 a side hurling games for clubs in the region. With 20 clubs registered to take part in the games, and teams were split into 6 venues with 3 – 4 teams per venue. Each week a different club got to host games and this club took charge of setting out the pitches and organising for a young whistler referee for the games.

The rules of the games were modifed to improve the speed and skill levels of players in the region. Though it is an u13 initiative , u14 players who struggled to get game time at their own age were welcomed and likewise u13 players who were considered “advanced” and playing at multiple grades were not intended to be involved.

The clubs that took part were:Buttevant, Croke Rovers, Mallow, Shandrum, Charleville, Kilshannig, Clyda Rovers, Ballyhea, St Dominics, St Marks, Milstreet, Ballycastle Gaels, Kildorrery, Kilavullen, Fermoy, Kilara Og, Banteer, Doneraile, Dromtarriffe and Ballygiblin.

It proved a very worthwhile venture with positive feedback from mentors and players alike. Rebel Og Coaching are looking at advancing this project from a pilot to a countywide initiative in 2019.

2018 Coach Education 

September sees the start of the next season of Coach Education with workshops and coaching courses planned for the next few months in and around the county. Any club wishing to run a Foundation course or an Award 1 course can have the club secretary contact Coach Education Administrator Shane Supple GDA to organise their courses. All information regarding requirements and booking courses can be found online.

More information can be found on our website just follow the link below


Cork Underage Football Squads continue to excel

Saturday 18th August saw further positive indications of underage football improvements with the Fé 15 West squad capturing the national competition in Offaly and the Fé 16’s capturing the Inter County League in Mallow.


The Fé 16 squad were impressive in beating Galway, Roscommon and Dublin in a thrilling final. The standard of football on display was excellent and provides tentative grounds for optimism as this group head to the Minor Fé 17 grade in 2019. The other Cork Fé 16 team failed to emerge from their group suffering defeats to Galway and Dublin.

The Fé 15 West and East squads were in Offaly for the concluding parts of the Adam Mangan National Football Tournament where 33 teams took part. Both teams had won their group games in the Gradings Day on July 28th. The East Squad were short a few key players which upset their momentum from the Gradings Day. They performed well but missed out on qualification on goal difference from their group with Galway and Wicklow.

The West Squad, buoyed up by their recent success in the Munster Competition, were in excellent form once again and remain unbeaten this year winning out the Tournament. They beat Mayo in the quarter final before seeing off a determined challenge from the home county (Offaly) before advancing to beat North Kerry in the final on a scoreline of 3-11 to 1-09.

Our Fé 14 footballers were also in action. On this occasion, our West and Mid West squads were merged and our City East and North squads were playing together for the first time. Kerry and Mayo were the visitors to Mallow for a 2 groups  of 3 format. Both Cork sides acquitted themselves well with both narrowly losing to the Kerry sides while both beat Mayo convincingly.

Overall a very positive day at the office and another day which will stand to the players in their development. Great credit is due to the club coaches, parents and of course the mentors who work so hard with these squads.

Monster U11 blitzs update

Please see attached file with Fixtures for Rounds 7-9 in both Hurling and Football in Red. Again, apologies if this email does not concern your club.

Please respond asap if any issues.

Round 10 will be Blitz organised closer to the time.

Where there are 3 clubs in a fixture, depending on the clubs participating, there are different variations of fixtures.

Where 3 one team clubs are listed, each team to play each of the other teams in one 24 minute match.

Where a two team club vs 2 one team clubs, the 2 team club to split their team evenly and play each of the other 2 teams in 24 minute matches.

Where a three team club vs a two team club and one team club: three team club A team vs two team club A team, three team club B team vs one team club team, three team C club team vs two team B team. If there are any queries, please contact me asap and i will try to make amends where possible.



More on U11 Fixtures Monster Blitz information

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


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

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_

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

Group B – Dungarvan Club Grounds
North Cork
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
South Wexford

Fixtures for Saturday 7th July ’18
Venue : Dungarvan Gaa Grounds
Group A
Mid West Cork V Limerick @ 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


Hosted by Rebel Óg, Chorcaí in

conjunction with Coiste Dúiche Ealla


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

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.


Draw for Celtic Challenge

The draws which see’s four Cork teams in action for The Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge 2018 Quarter Final’s taking place on Sat 16th of June have been made as follows.

Corn John Scott Quarter Final Draws:

Saturday, June 16, 2018
Quarter Final – Aghabullogue 12:00
Cork City V West Cork
Referee: Nathan Wall Extra Time if Necessary

Quarter Final – Carriganore 14:00
Waterford V Wexford
Referee: Peter Carroll Extra Time if Necessary

Quarter Final – Claughaun GAA 14:00
North Cork V Clare Blues
Referee: Philip Kelly Extra Time if Necessary

Quarter Final – Bord Na Mona O Connor Park,17:00
Offaly V South Tipperary
Extra Time if Necessary

Corn Michael Hogan Quarter Final Draws:

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Quarter Final – Aghabullogue 13:30
Kerry V East Cork
Referee: Michael Sexton Extra Time if Necessary

Quarter Final – Parnell Park 14:00
Dublin Clarke V Galway Maroons
Referee: Sean Stack Extra Time if Necessary

Quarter Final – Parnell Park 16:00
Dublin Plunkett V Galway McDonagh
Referee: Killian Jones Extra Time if Necessary

Quarter Final – MW Hire Dunmore 18:00
North Tipperary v Kilkenny
Extra Time if Necessary

Club based mini-U8 blitzs details

On Sunday afternoon details of the first Club Mini U8 Football Blitz was announced.

Organised by Rebel Og Coaching GDA Colm Crowley, the blitzes take place on April 28th.

In total 113 clubs will enter an amazing 234 teams across 24 host venues.

Across all the pitches, there will be 351 games taking place with over 2,000 players playing.

U8 Football Blitz to take place

Big weekend in Rebel Og Monster Blitz as U8 Football Blitz set to take place.

This season will see some changes in the Rebel Og Coaching Monster Blitzes.

The opening competition for 2018 season will see U8 footballers from around Cork City and County making their way to Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

On Monday afternoon, the booking for this event opened and clubs MUST fill in this form to book their place on the course.

Time shots for the event will be confirmed once all bookings have been made.

To book your clubs place on Saturday 24th March all you need to do is click the fill and follow the instructions

Registration will close at 6pm on Friday 16th of March and clubs will be notified of their time frame on Saturday 17th of March.



The Rebel Óg Coaching Benchmarking 2020 Vision winners have been announced.

Winners are divided in to 3 categories with the top clubs receiving the “Gold” accolade and the silver and bronze being awarded based on criteria set out at the start of each year.

The criteria is designed to point clubs in the direction of coaching and games best practice to help them improve playing standards and increase participation at player and mentor level.

2017 has seen the highest ever number of applications with 106 clubs applying for accreditation.

Games Manager, Kevin O Callaghan says “it shows the great work going on in our clubs throughout the county and all our club Coaching Officers deserve huge credit for the effort they put in to steering their clubs to achieve accreditation. Our GDA’s also deserve immense credit for the work they do in supporting the clubs and  Coaching Officers throughout the county. I would like to congratulate all clubs on their accreditation and would encourage clubs to strive towards achieving the Gold standard by 2020 or before it.”

Clubs who have been successful are invited to attend a workshop on Saturday next February 24th in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. The clubs will receive their awards on the day and the club coaches will be treated to 3 workshops. Jason Ryan (football), Kieran Kingston (hurling) and Dr Ed Coughlan (Skills acquisition) will work with coaches and demonstrate models of best practice that coaches can take back to their own club players for the year ahead.


Details of the winners are below.

U15 Inter divisional blitz takes place

This weekend Rebel Og held the inter divisional competition on Sunday last in Páirc Uí Chaoimh in astro pitch.

Four squads took part in the tournament in conjunction with Rebel Og Coaching with Rebel Og East coming out on top.

Sunday, the U16 inter divisional competition also took place.

Rebel Og Coaching announce details of groups for U11 to U9 games


On Thursday, Colm Crowley,Cork GDA, who over sees the organisation of U11, U10 and U9 competitions for Rebel Og Coaching announced details of the forth coming competitions.

These competitions will take place over the next number of weeks and months as part of the Go Games Programme that Rebel Og are putting in place for this season.



Teams have been broken in to different sections and areas. Clubs have had the choice to enter either 1, 2, or 3 team into the competitions, they then have been groups according to areas so that teams are all travelling in the same general area.


Full information on the leagues, dates etc will be confirmed in the coming days and posted however, March 24th will be the day the football leagues throw in while hurling will start on April 7th.


U11 Football

U11 Hurling


















U10 Hurling


U10 Football

U9 Football





U9 Hurling




Monster Blitzes 2018

Image result for monster blitzRebel Óg Coaching Monster Blitz Program for 2018.

Each club is invited to attend blitzes at their respective age group. Each team has the option of several blitzes in each code and we will be hosting almost 300 blitzes in venues all over the county between March and October. Monster Blitzes 2018 can have anything from 100 to 400 children participating on a weekly basis, with up to 300 teams representing clubs every week. There will be 6/7 venues hosting a blitz every week. Up to 10,000 children participate in the Blitzes on a monthly basis. Dates are similar to previous years, with one significant change to the programme.

Last season, clubs moved into a League structure for the year. Following consultation with clubs, this program seemed to be of greater benefit and enjoyment to the mentors, parents and participating children. With this in mind, the age groupings are as follows for U9 (only boys born in 2009 are eligible for this league, U8’s are not allowed as they will have blitzes the same days) and U10 teams in 2018.  U8’s and U7’s will remain at the Monster Blitz stage.

To Register for Monster blitz – CLICK HERE

If you have any queries about the league, we suggest you talk to the outgoing u10 mentor in the club and he will fill you in on any information required before the regional meetings in March. Last thing to note, U8, U9 and U10 matches are going to be scheduled for Saturday mornings, Monster Blitz at 10.15, U9 at 11am and U10 at 12.15pm, so pitches will be available at different times for games.


GDA Contacts

POB Paudie O’Brien 086-7725411
NC Noel Crowley 086-8375061
JMC James McCarthy 087-7799531
SC Sean Crowley 086-0548533
CC Colm Crowley 086-3687799
SS Shane Supple 087-4327261
PS Pat Spratt 086-8922800

Before the Blitz

1.) Registration on will open at 1pm each Monday before respective Blitz and close at 6pm.

  1. If a venue is not listed online, then the venue is either full or unavailable.
  2. Venues will fill up on a first come, first served basis, so please be conscious of this when applying.
  3. You will receive a confirmation email Wednesday night to confirm your venue.
  4. If, for whatever reason, your status changes (e.g. having to withdraw, change number of teams entered, please inform the GDA at your confirmed venue via text asap.
  5. Each club is requested to supply a young referee for their teams. If you have 1 team, 1 ref needed, if you have 3 teams, 2 refs needed etc.
  6. Each club to have their own supply of Balls for matches, as listed across and clearly mark equipment.

2.) Once you are registered and have selected a venue, please note that this is your venue, unless you hear otherwise from the GDA in charge. Due to venues filling up or being over/under subscribed, the chosen venue may change, but the GDA in charge will contact you directly in this circumstance.

3.) If there are any changes on your side re: number of teams entered changing or unavailability for whatever reason, you should contact the GDA in charge as soon as possible. Each venue has a reference initial beside it on the Poster, these initial’s are unique to each GDA and that GDA is the person you should contact. (see contact details below)

To Register for Monster blitz – CLICK HERE

Day of the Blitz

1.) Arrive at 9.45am at the designated venue.

2.) Lead mentor must meet the coordinator, who will assign your teams to their pitches.

3.) Games are 20 mins long (10 mins per half)  1st Game-10.15am, 2nd Game – 10.45am and 3rd Game –11.15am. Coaches should be punctual with half time and pre game team talks. Less talking = More playing time. Please respect the times and start and finish on the appointed times only.

4.) GDA in charge, may in places use a hooter system to designate end times for half time and full time. Lead mentor should ask GDA if that is happening on the morning of the match.

5.) Please respect the facilities of the host club. Move goals slightly if goal mouth is getting muddy.

6.) The object is to get all children playing, while team numbers are important teams should always try to accommodate other teams, player numbers on the pitch, weaker teams v weaker teams etc

7.)  After each game teams line up and shake hands

8.)  Keep all equipment,bags, water bottles etc off playing pitch area and place it behind goals where possible

9.) While every effort is made to line out the largest pitch size possible, this may change due to numbers attending

10.) The rules are the basis for every game however if, and only if 2 teams agree, they may change a rule for that game only.

11.) Each team should bring Water and carry a First Aid kit

12.) Mentors stay off the field of play and remain on the sidelines. Language from sidelines to be encouraging and polite at all times. The only person allowed on the field of play apart from players is the referee.

13.)  Every effort will be made to use poles as goals however in the event that is not possible cones are to be used.

14.)  Equipment should be respected at all times and after final game of blitz teams are asked to gather cones, poles etc and bring them to gate of pitch.

15.)  Warm up drills kept to basic no need for 20 min warm ups before games etc.

16.)  Clubs to supply young referees where possible and adverse comments from the sideline towards these referees is not allowed.

17.) Players must have Helmets for hurling and Gumshields for football.

18.) Clubs to wear team colours where possible

19.) Clubs should try balance out teams and play for fun rather then to beat the other team out the gate, common sense dictates that it’s not good for anyone to be winning or losing by cricket scores.

20.) Its all about taking part and getting used to playing as a team so Fun, Fair Play & Respect should be encouraged at all times

21.) Sadly, club mentors and parents must be reminded that heated discussion/exchanges verbal or otherwise between opposing mentors etc is not allowed. If there is a problem on the day, speak with the GDA in Charge. Do not take matters into your own hands. This will not be tolerated or allowed and may prevent your team being invited to further blitzes.

Other information

All information needed is on the website. Rules, venues and dates of blitzes are on the posters which will be distributed. If there are any queries, Mentors should go to the website as the first port of call. Only then should you need to contact a GDA. A lot of time has been put into developing the website up to the current standard and we would appreciate that coaches, mentors and parents would use this as the first port of call for all queries.

Monster Blitzes Pitch Layout


Football Rules go games logo 3 Monster Blitzes 2016

o First Touch Football only
o 7 a side
o One hop, one solo.
o Keeper takes Kick Out
o Player fouled takes free
o Player closest to sideline to take
o In the case of a one sided match, coaches to take action to balance teams and make changes e.g. after a score, restart with a throw in in mid field.

Hurling Rules

go games logo 3 Monster Blitzes 2016

o Quick Touch Sliotar only
o 7 a side
o Ground Hurling only
o Keeper can take puck out from hand, may not lift in open play.
o Keeper may not score from a puck out/deflection
o 45/Frees struck on ground only
o Player fouled to take free
o In the case of a one sided match, coaches to take action to balance teams and make changes e.g. after a score, restart with a throw in in mid field.

To Register for Monster blitz – CLICK HERE


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

Football squads session takes place

Rebel Og Squads

Busy day in Paric Ui Chaoimh for squads.

On Saturday afternoon, over 120 U14 footballers travelled to the astro truf pitch in Pairc Uí Chaoimh.

The game was a training session for teams from Rebel Og City East, West, North and Mid.

Under the watchful eye of the their local GDA and mentors the players took part in the games as part of their winter training programme.

Under cold sun down the banks of the Lee, the Cork footballers of tomorrow began their developement and dreams of one day representing Cork in Pairc Uí Chaoimh and other grounds wearing the red of Cork.

Thanks to all players, mentors, GDA’s and parents who’s support is vital in our development programme. 

GAA Foundation Course

GAA Foundation Course


The GAA Foundation Course is the first step in coaching at any age level. Foundation Courses are open to all Clubs, Schools, Individuals & Sporting organisations. With legislation now in place its advisable that all adult mentors and coaches of teams must have a minimum of Foundation Course completed before they can become a coach.

This also applies to Cul Camps, Easter Camps & Halloween Camps etc. (this does not apply to younger club members helping out at these camps) . There must be a certified Coach in charge at all times for any club activity involving games, training or camp activities.

The Foundation Course is also the first step in progressing to Award 1 and Award 2. Going forward clubs will have to have coaches qualified at Award 1 or Award 2 involved in their adult teams to comply with legislation. As a “Foundation Coach” you must be either coaching/assisting or actively involved with an underage team & you must attend a minimum of 2 workshops provided by Cork Coaching & Games throughout the year.

The Foundation Award course is aimed at beginner coaches and will enable participants to assist a coach in the organisation of activities to develop Hurling or Gaelic football. The course is 7 ½ hours in duration (or 9 hours for dual hurling and football course) and covers 4 key modules, as well as Introductory and Conclusion modules.

These 4 modules are:

• Introduction to Games

• Skill Development

• Movement Skills

• Coaching Children, Youths and Adults

The focus of the course is the development of the ‘How to Coach’ skills by placing the participant in situations that they will face as coaches – the organisation of games activities, activities to develop skill and activities to develop the various movement skills.

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

• Assist a coach in organising a programme of Games and Skill Development activities appropriate to each participants needs and abilities

• Identify the Skills of Hurling and Gaelic Football

• Assist a coach in organising progressive activities (drills and fun games) to develop 5 key skills

• Assist a coach in organising progressive activities to develop movement skills appropriate to Gaelic games

• Assist a coach in organising and managing players for an effective practice session

• Demonstrate the How to Coach Skills – Build Rapport, Observe, Analyse, Explain, Provide Demonstration and Provide Positive Feedback to Players


If your club wishes to run a Foundation Coaching Course in the 7 month period between October and April contact your club secretary first. Your club secretary will have to contact Coach Education Officer Shane Supple to check availability and book your course at

A course can only be booked by the club secretary through Shane Supple. The course fees are €250 per course, payable before the course starts. If a school wishes to run a Foundation course pleases contact Shane Supple Coach Education Officer Shane Supple at

Guideline & Requirements for Foundation Course Certification

• Any person wishing to receive a Foundation Certificate must provide proof from the club Coaching Officer that they have assisted in a minimum of 8 coaching/training sessions with their club. (A letter on headed paper signed by the Coaching Officer stating the location, dates and times these sessions took place will be required) This does not stop anyone from doing the course, this is to receive your Certificate afterwards
Download form here Foundation Course Coaching Officer verification form 2017

• Any Person wishing to receive a Foundation Certificate must attend at least 2 workshops run by Cork Coaching & Games during the year. Registration at Workshop on the night will suffice

• Any Person wishing to receive a Foundation Certificate must provide proof from the club Coaching Officer that they have completed the “Child Protection Awareness Workshop”.(A letter on headed paper signed by the Coaching Officer stating the location, date and time this workshop took place will be required) This does not stop anyone from doing the course, this is to receive your Certificate afterwards.  Download form here Foundation Course Child Protection Awarness Workshop verification form 2017

• Any Person wishing to receive a Foundation Certificate must provide proof of Garda Vetting. Notification from club secretary or Coaching Officers stating you have done Garda Vetting will suffice.This does not stop anyone from doing the course, this is to receive your Certificate afterwards

• Any Person wishing to receive a Foundation Certificate must complete all modules of the course.

• Any Person wishing to receive a Foundation Certificate must be over 18 years of age.

• Any Person wishing to receive a Foundation Certificate must supply to the course tutor the following information. Name, Address, DOB, Gender, Phone, Club, Email. (without this information your Cert cannot be processed)

• Complete payment for the course by the individual or club.

*It is up to the participant to complete and provide all of the above before you will receive your Foundation Certificate.

**If you are not a member of a club ie: teacher or person in 3rd level education you can still attend a course but please contact Shane Supple regarding your circumstances.

Foundation Courses for Clubs

Courses are run for 7 months of the year so if your club wishes to complete a Foundation Coaching Course during any the following months October, November, December, January, February, March & April the club secretary will have to book your course with Coach Education Officer Shane Supple at at least 4 weeks in advance of your course.

• Your club has to have a minimum of 12 participants to run a course

• Participants must be Over 18 years of age to complete a GAA run Foundation Course. Students can take part in courses run in Schools for TY.

• Participants who do not complete the full course will not receive certification

• The cost of a Foundation Course for a club is €250 for up to 20 participants.

• A Deposit & Administration Fee of €25 must be paid online before any course will be registered and tutors assigned.

• If your club will have more than 20 participants the cost will be €450 as two tutors are required

• All payments for courses are to be paid in advance of course beginning

• Please let Shane Supple know the number of participants you believe you club will have for your course when you are booking

• Bookings are to be made by email through your club secretary only.

• The Foundation Coaching Course is 9 hours for a Dual Course and 7.5 hours for a single code

• The course can be done in the following formats: 3 hrs on a Friday night and 6 hrs on the Saturday OR over 2 weeknights either in the same week or spread out over 2 or 3 weeks

• When you are booking please give details of which format you would like and what date you would like

• Dates will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so we cannot guarantee the date you are looking for

Please refer to Guideline & Requirements for Foundation Course Cerification which applies to anyone wishing to take a course

Facilities for a GAA Foundation Course

To run a GAA Foundation Course in your club you will need the following facilities

• Clubs need a hall minimum 2 badminton courts in size (preferably bigger)

• Clubs need a meeting room capable of holding the number of people who will be doing the course

• Access to a Pitch or Astro Turf area or Training pitch will be needed.

Individual Bookings

If your club does not have 12 participants to run your own course or you are not a member of your local GAA Club we can still accommodate you

• Individuals can email Coach Education Officer Shane Supple at with their names and include the following details – Name, Club, Mobile Number and Email Address and the course they wish to attend.

• Club secretaries can also email Coach Education Officer Shane Supple at with the Names, Club, Mobile Numbers and Email Addresses of members of their club who wish to do a Foundation Course

• The cost for an individual is €20

• Payment by individuals is to be made at the course they attend or they can pay online here before hand

• If payment is not secured participants cannot complete the course and will not receive certification

• Participants must be over 18 years of age to complete a GAA run Foundation Course. Students can take part in courses run in Schools for TY.

• Participants who do not complete the course will not receive certification

• After individuals names are submitted they will be contacted as to what club course they can attend

• We will endeavor to place individuals on club courses convenient to them

If there are no club courses suitable and if numbers suffice a course will be organised for these individuals at a convenient location. Please refer to Guideline & Requirements for Foundation Course Cerification which applies to anyone wishing to take a course

GAA Foundation Course for Schools

If a school wishes to run a Transition Year Students Foundation course pleases contact Shane Supple Coach Education Officer Shane Supple at or your local GDA.


Child Protection Awareness Workshop

As part of the basic GAA Approved Foundation/Award 1 course, each person must complete a “Child Protection Awareness Workshop” before they receive certification and its up to the club to provide this workshop for participants. If any club or individual’s are taking part in a GAA Foundation Course they must also complete a Child Protection Workshop before they can receive certification for Foundation Courses.

For more information please follow this link Child Protection Awareness

Development squads have Halloween sessions

During the school mid-term, Rebel Og Coaching held some exciting training camps. Three sessions took place in Pairc Uí Chaoimh, a session in Mallow and Cork u14s squads travelled to Dublin with 90 players involved. 

Pat Spratt GDA held U14 Football squads session on Wednesday in Pairc Uí Chaoimh.

The squads in tweets below are from Shane Supple and Sean Crowley’s City and East squads at u13 grade.

Squads were Dublin bound with the U14s travelling as GDA James McCarthy tweet has squad photos below. 

Pat Spratt held trails in Mallow for players in Rebel Og North.

Monster Blitz action 2017

Rebel Og Coaching Monster Blitz 2017 take place in Pairc Uí Chaoimh. 

People travelling to Pairc Uí Chaoimh today are asked to arrive via the Maria entrance. 

Check out some tweets from people travelling

Monster Blitz Finals Day

Monster Blitz

All roads lead to Pairc Uí Chaoimh for 2017 Monster Football Blitz finals day. 

The event will take place from 9:30am to 4:30pm in the 4G pitch in Pairc Uí Chaoimh. 

Full details below

Harty Cup Throws in on Wednesday 

Harty Cup 2017

This Wednesday, Cork schools will enter the 2017/18 Harty Cup championship. 

In total eight first round games will take place on Wednesday with four Cork teams looking for victory in the opening games. 

Cork will have CBS Midleton, Christian Brothers College (CBC Cork), Scoil Na mBraithre` St. Colmans College Fermoy and North Mon AG.

Charleville school Scoil Na mBraithre` Rathluirc will meet 2016 winners Árdscoil Rís in Kilmallock. 

The opening games will be for Midleton CBS meeting De La Salle College in Waterford with this game taking place in Bushy Park. 

Christians will travel to Clonmel where there will meet Our Ladys Secondary School Templemore. 

Colmans Fermoy will play Blackwater Community School Lismore in Ballyduff. 

The final Cork side in action will see Fermoy host Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG and Thurles CBS. 

All games are set to start at 1.30pm. Full details of all games are below. 

Fixture Details

Wednesday October 11th

Corn An Artaigh Group A Round 1
Bushy Park 13:30 CBS Midleton V De La Salle College Waterford
Kilmallock 13:30 Árdscoil Rís North Circular Limerick V Scoil Na mBraithre` Rathluirc

Corn An Artaigh Group B Round 1
Clonmel 13:30 Christian Brothers College, Cork V Our Ladys Secondary School Templemore
Sixmilebridge 13:30 Castletroy College V St. Flannans College Ennis

Corn An Artaigh Group C Round 1
Bruff 13:30 Coláiste Iosaef, Kilmallock V John The Baptist Community School
Ballyduff 13:30 Blackwater Community School Lismore V Coláiste Cholmáin Fermoy

Corn An Artaigh Group D Round 1
Newport 13:30 Nenagh CBS Secondary V Scoil Na Trioniode Doon
Fermoy 13:30 Thurles CBS Secondary V Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG

Monster Blitz in P.Ui Chaoimh

Please note that we are coming to the end of another excellent year of Monster Blitzes.

The yearly planner had outlined that Fé 8 finals would take place on the 7th October (football) and the 14th October (hurling).

In order to allow these games be played in the new Pairc Ui Chaoimh, we are running the finals on the 14th October (football) and the 21st October (hurling).  The codes are now aligned to the county senior football and hurling final weekends.

Should your club wish to enter the football or hurling finals day, then please complete the form linked at the bottom of this e mail.

Note that games will be held throughout the day to allow all clubs the opportunity to play as we only have the 4G pitch at our disposal.

The form for registration is attached on the link below and will be available on the website also.

This process will close on the 6th October for the 14th October blitz and the 13th October for the hurling on the 21st.

Clubs will be informed of their time slots no later than Monday before each blitz.

As these are finals days, we will have the option for clubs to buy medals for their players to be presented by senior inter county players. These medals will need to be pre ordered on the form below and there will be a charge of €2 per medal which can be paid on the day.

I would ask all secretaries to forward this e mail to the club Fe 8 managers.


Kevin O Callaghan

Cork Games Development Manager

Rebel Og Football Winter Squads

Rebel Óg Coaching are preparing for our Winter Regional Squads Programme.

To this effect, we are inviting clubs to nominate players who they may consider talented enough to compete for a place on a Regional or County football squad in 2018.

The form  below allows clubs to nominate players who would be playing at Fé 15, 16 or 17 in 2018.

The local GDA will liaise with clubs on the Fé 14 grade players.

Clubs should include players who have been on regional or county squads in 2017.

Nominations for this form will be accepted up to the 6th October at 5pm.

Once nominations close, our GDA’s will follow up with parents detailing trial opportunities.

The local GDA will be following up with clubs in respect of the hurling squads.

Is mise le meas, 

Kevin O Callaghan

Cork Games Development Manager

Monster Blitz take place this weekend 

Rebel Og Coaching Monster Blitz will continued on Saturday with teams signing up to take part over the past number of days. 

Seven clubs will played hosts to Saturday’s #monsterblitz with Glen Rovers, Tracton, Ballyhea, Carrigtwohill, Cloughduv, Kilmeen
If you are attending any of the #monsterblitz make sure to use the hash take and we will tell Cork.

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

Monster Blitz take place

Monster Blitz were back on the cards today as teams across Cork took place. The event is organised by Rebel Og Coaching. Check out some of the photos from the events below. 

Rebel Og Coaching are back in school!!!

Over the past two weeks, Rebel Og Coaching GDA’s are back in school as they begin their schools coaching programme. Below you can see some of the work that is going on. The GDAs generally work with a class group for six weeks during their coaching programme.

Coaching is taking place both in Primary School and Post-Primary School.




Monster Blitz continue with Rebel Og Coaching 

Schools are back and the first weekend after the first full week of school, Rebel Og Coaching have their Monster Blitz programme back in action.

In all four cornersof the county Games Developments Administrators are busy working with clubs in arranging  the dates times and venues for all these games. 

For more information on any of the above follow the link to each page

Monster Blitz Programme CLICK HERE,

U9 league schedule CLICK HERE

U10 league schedules CLICK HERE

U11 league schedules CLICK HERE

Cork Minor Hurling Team

The Cork Minor Hurling team to play Galway in the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship Final next Sunday 3rd September in Croke Park @ 1.15pm has been announced as follows.

1. Ger Collins – Ballinhassig

2. Conor O’ Callaghan – Dromtarriffe

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

4. Eoin Roche – Bride Rovers

5. Aaron Walsh Barry – Carrigtwohill

6. James Keating – Kildorrery – (Vice Captain)

7. Ger Millerick – Fr. O Neill’s

8. Daire Connery – Na Piarsaigh

9. Diarmuid Linehan – Ballyhooly

10. Craig Hanifin – Na Piarsaigh

11. Liam O Shea – Lisgoold

12. Brian Roche – Bride Rovers

13. Evan Sheehan – Na Piarsaigh

14. Robert Downey – Glen Rovers

15. Brian Turnbull – Douglas


16. Ian Butler – Kildorrery

17. Jack O Callaghan – Charleville

18. Ronan Sheehan – Mallow

19. Ross Howell – Douglas

20. Barry Murphy – Castlelyons

21. Brian Buckley – Dromina

22. David Jones – Dromina

23. Declan Hanlon – Blarney

24. Colin O Brien – LiscarrollChurchtown Gaels

Additional Panels Members
Jack Twomey, Kilshannig
Jordan Murray, Ballìncollig
Conor Power, Blarney
Eoghan O Leary, Ballymartle

Conor Desmond, Ballinhassig

John Geary, Newtownshandrum

Selectors: Denis Ring (Fermoy) – Manager, John Dywer (Ballincollig – Coach), John Mortell (Ballyhea), Liam Martin (Glen Rovers), Fergus Ryan (Mallow)

Stephen Casey – Strength and Conditioning coach, Brian Hurley – Goalkeeping Coach



Preview: Electric Ireland MHC Final – Cork v Galway

Sunday September 3

Electric Ireland Minor Hurling Final

Cork v Galway, Croke Park, 1.15pm, TG4

Significant hope has been attached to this current Cork crop throughout the year.

Two epic matches against reigning All Ireland champions Tipperary underlined the class and character that exists Leeside.

Cork are developing talented teams in the underage ranks with the future appearing bright.

Jeffrey Lynskey’s Galway finished strongly to defeat Kilkenny at the penultimate stage for a noteworthy win.

Ultimately it means that this Sunday’s decider promises to be an extremely interesting encounter.

Dublin were rugged during a tight Semi-Final tussle against Cork as Brian Turnbull registered 13 points.

Midfielder Daire Connery is another highly promising Cork youngster and Galway will need to restrict his influence.

Brian Roche and Connery have forged a solid midfield partnership for an in form Cork outfit, but Galway have proven to be resilient so far.

Galway’s powerful full forward line includes Sean Bleahane, Conor Molloy, and Jack Canning, who combined to score 1-8 in the Kilkenny success.

Donal Mannion and Enda Fahy made important impacts from the bench in that game too as Galway advanced to the decider.

How Cork cope with Galway’s attacking unit will be another key factor in this tie.

Two innovative managers, Denis Ring and Lynskey, are keen to produce talented hurlers and they are carrying that task out impressively.

Since 1992 Galway have gleaned nine All Ireland minor titles confirming the diligent work that is being carried out in the underage ranks.

Cork’s last minor success occurred in 2001, but their recent All Ireland Under 17 triumph offers serious encouragement.

Having defeated Waterford, Tipperary, and Clare in Munster, Cork eventually overcame Dublin’s spirited challenge.

Galway were efficient when outfoxing Clare and Kilkenny, but they will be fully aware of Cork’s pedigree and potential.

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.

Rebel Og Squads

Full Details of the Rebel Og Squads involved in action this weekend

Cork U15A Squad in Brinny


All you need to know about the Cork U15 A panel that will play in Brinny this weekend

1 Gearoid O’Donovan Mallow

2 Adam Cantwell Douglas

3 Callum O’Shaughnessy Banteer

4 Cian McCarthy Blackrock

5 Cian McCarthy St Oliver Plunketts

6 Ciaran Joyce Kiltha Og

7 Ciaran O Brien St Catherines

8 Colm O’Donovan Newcestown

9 Daire O Leary Watergrasshill

10 Daniel Hogan Sarsfields

11 Darragh Cashman Millstreet

12 Darragh Flynn Ballygiblin

13 Dylan Collins Ballyhooly

14 Eanna Motherway St Colmans

15 Ethan Twomey St Finbarrs

17 Jack Cahalane St Finbarrs

18 Jack Fitzgerald Midleton

19 Kealan O Rourke Kinsale

20 Leon Doocey Castlelyons

21 Luke Horgan Glen Rovers

22 Michael O Mahony Blarney

23 Noel Cahill St Colmans

24 Pierce Cummins St Colmans

25 Sean Walsh Carrigtwohill


Cork U14 Tony Forristal

All you need to know about the Rebel Og / Cork U14 Tony Forristal Team  that will play in Waterford this weekend.

1 Brion Saunderson Midleton
2 Alex Quirke Midleton
3 Billy Connolly Carraig na bhFear
4 Ciaran O’Sullivan Milford
5 Colin Walsh Kanturk
6 Daire Burke Douglas
7 Daragh Murray St Colmans
8 Darragh McCarthy Midleton
9 David O’Sullivan Ballincollig
10 Denis McSweeney Blarney
11 Eoin Downey Glen Rovers
12 Eoin Kirby Blarney
13 Fergal Walsh Ibane Gaels
14 Flynn O’Brien Sarsfields
15 Isaac Walsh Lisgoold
17 Jonathon Kenneally Valley Rovers
18 Justin Oke Carrigtwohill
19 Mark Howell Douglas
20 Ronan Barrow Ballinora
21 Ryan Donegan Ballygiblin
22 Sean Killeen Granard Gaels
23 Sean O’Riordan Mallow
24 Shane Kingston Ballinora
25 Tommy Walsh Kanturk



Cork U14 Sonny Walsh Tournament Team


All you need to know about the Cork U14 Sonny Walsh panel that will play in Waterford this weekend

1 Eoin O’Neill Blarney
2 Aaron Sheehy Douglas
3 Brian Keating Ballincollig
4 Cathal Wilson Ballycastle Gaels
5 Cian Connery Na Piarsaigh
6 Ciarmhac Smyth Midleton
7 Culann Geary Youghal
8 Dan Roche Ballycastle Gaels
9 Daniel O’Leary Newmarket
10 Enda Cronin Youghal
11 Felix Murphy Carraig na bhFear
12 Finn O’Connell Carrigaline
13 Fionn Coleman Blackrock
14 George Walsh Wallace Killeagh
15 Jack Kennefick Glen Rovers
16 Darragh Joyce Kiltha óg
17 Jamie Fogarty Killeagh
18 Joseph Enright Inniscarra
19 Brian Dineen Aghabullogue
20 Oisin O’Connor Kanturk
21 Padraig Dorney Sliabh Rua
22 Sean O’Riordan Youghal
23 Sean Walsh Ibane Gaels
24 Shane O’Mahony Na Piarsaigh

All-Ireland U16 tournament details

The fixtures and group information for U16 All-Ireland Tournament details have been made available.

All you need to know about the games is below.

U16 “A” Competition – Arrabawn Cup

Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
Venue Moyle Rovers Clonmel Og Kilsheelan Grangemockler
10.30 Tipperary v Offaly Dublin v Clare Galway v Cork Limerick v Kilkenny
12.00 Tipperary v Clare Dublin V Offaly Cork v Waterford Kilkenny v Wexford
1.30 Tipperary v Dublin Offaly v Clare Galway v Waterford Limerick v Wexford
Knockout Stages
3.45 Kilsheelan Cup Semi Finals Group 3 Winner Group 4 Winner
Moyle Rovers Cup Semi Finals Group 1 Winner Group2 Winner
3.45 Clonmel Sportsfield Shield Final 1st Runner Up 2nd Runner Up
6.30 Clonmel Sportsfield Cup Final Semi Final Winner Semi Final Winner

U16 B Competition – John Doyle Cup

Group 1 Group 2 Group 3
Venue Cahir / Dunesk Ballylooby Fr. Sheehy’s (Clogheen)
10.30Pitch 1 Limerick v Kerry (Cahir) Galway v Kilkenny Tipperary v Kildare
10.30Pitch 2 Meath v Laois (Dunesk) Waterford v Cork Westmeath v Clare
12.00Pitch 1 Limerick v Laois (Cahir) Galway v Waterford Tipperary v Westmeath
12.00Pitch 2 Meath v Kerry (Dunesk) Cork v Kilkenny Kildare v Clare
1.30Pitch 1 Limerick v Meath (Cahir) Cork v Galway Tipperary v Clare
1.30Pitch 2 Kerry v Laois (Dunesk) Kilkenny v Waterford Kildare v Westmeath
Knockout Stages
3.15 Ballylooby Semi Finals Group 2 Winner Group 3 Winner
Cahir Semi Finals Group 1 Winner 1stRunner Up
5.00 Clonmel Sportsfield Cup Final Semi Final Winner Semi Final Winner

Draw for Munster U15 Hurling Championship

At a recent meeting of Carrigdhoun divisional board, the draw for the up coming Munster U15 Championship took place.

In the draw were hosts Cork, along with Munster rivals Waterford, Limerick, Tippeary and Clare. 2016 winners Galway are also taking part for the second year in a row.

The competition will take place in Valley Rovers GAA complex at Brinny and hosted by South East Board in association with Rebel Og and Rebel Og Coaching.

Draw for the Munster Fé15 Carrigdhoun Tournament

Group 1 : Cork, Limerick, Tipperary

Group 2 : Clare, Waterford, Galway

Venue : Brinny, Valley Rovers GAA Club

Date: 26th of August 2017

Time Pitch 1 Pitch 2
10.30am Cork Vs Limerick Clare Vs Waterford
11.45am Clare Vs Galway Cork Vs Tipperary
1.00pm Limerick Vs Tipperary Galway Vs Waterford
2.30pm Plate Final
2.45pm Cup Final

Games are 20 mins per half

Cork U15 team trains in new Paric

On Sunday afternoon, Rebel Og Academy squad days were in action across the county.

The U15 footballers held their first official session in the new Paric Ui Chaoimh following its reopening.

Rebel Og would like to thank all involved in the facilitating the session.

Cork Minor Hurling team announced

Munster Minor Hurling Championship

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

2. Conor O’ Callaghan – Dromtarriffe

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

4. Eoin Roche – Bride Rovers

5. Aaron Walsh Barry – Carrigtwohill

6. James Keating – Kildorrery – (Vice Captain)

7. Ger Millerick – Fr. O Neill’s

8. Daire Connery – Na Piarsaigh

9. Diarmuid Linehan – Ballyhooly

10. Craig Hanifin – Na Piarsaigh

11. Liam O Shea – Lisgoold

12. Brian Roche – Bride Rovers

13. Evan Sheehan – Na Piarsaigh

14. Robert Downey – Glen Rovers

15. Brian Turnbull – Douglas


16. Ian Butler – Kildorrery

17. Jack O Callaghan – Charleville

18. Ronan Sheehan – Mallow

19. Ross Howell – Douglas

20. Barry Murphy – Castlelyons

21. Brian Buckley – Dromina

22. David Jones – Dromina

23. Declan Hanlon – Blarney

24. Colin O Brien – LiscarrollChurchtown Gaels

All-Ireland success for Cork U17s

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

CORK 1-19 DUBLIN 1-17

By Jackie Cahill at Croke Park

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Scorers for Cork:

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

Scorers for Dublin:

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

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

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

REFEREE: John Keane (Galway)

Rebel Og East Minor Hurling Championship

The Following is notification for Minor Hurling Championship.

Minor A Hurling Championship Quarter Final,

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

Semi Final

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

Minor B1 Hurling Championship

Semi Finals

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

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

Harty Cup Roll of Honor

Dr. Harty Cup Roll of Honour

Club Years
 St. Flannan’s, Ennis (21)  1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1976, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2005
 North Monastery, Cork (19)  1919, 1929, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1955, 1960, 1961, 1970, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1994
Limerick CBS (10)  1920, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1993
 St Colman’s College, Fermoy (9)  1948, 1949, 1977, 1992, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003
 Thurles CBS (8)  1933, 1938, 1939, 1950, 1951, 1956, 2009, 2015
 St. Finbarr’s, Cork (7)  1963, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1984
 Rockwell College (5)  1918, 1923, 1924, 1930, 1931
 Ardscoil Rís, Limerick (4)  2010, 2011, 2014, 2016
 Midleton CBS (3)  1988, 1995, 2006
 De La Salle College Waterford (2)  2007, 2008
 Colaiste na nDeise / Dungarvan Colleges (2)  2012, 2013
 Our Lady’s Templemore / Templemore CBS (2)  1978, 2017
 St. Munchin’s (1)  1922
 Mount Sion (1)  1953
 Abbey CBS, Tipperary Town (1)  1959
 Rice College, Ennis (1) 1962
 Coláiste Chríost Rí (1)  1968
 Colaiste Iognaid Ris, Cork (1)  1975