Launch of Feile hurling and camogie

NEXT week the official launch of the Feile hurling and camogie competitions will take place across three nights.

The main launch will take place at Nemo Rangers GAA Club on Monday night, May 20, at 8pm. The following night is in Clonakilty and on Wednesday night in Mallow.

Clubs are requested to be present at 7.30pm for photographs ahead of the offical launch, with at least one player, boys and girls, present in club colours.

Formalities begin at 8pm and will last less than one hour approximately.

Clubs (camogie and hurling) are asked to attend as follows: Monday, Nemo: City and East Region Clubs.

Tuesday 21: Clonakilty: West and Mid/South Clubs, (those in close proximity to the city may wish to attend at Nemo).

Wednesday 22: Mallow: North clubs.

Clubs are asked to send an U14 player representing your team (one for hurling and one for camogie) wearing your clubs jersey an to be in attendance not later than 7.30pm on the evening in question.

If a club can’t make it on a particular evening they are free to attend at an alternative venue.

It is important that all clubs attend at least one of the nights in question, where they will get the chance to meet some Cork players as well as a draw on each night for Feile players only.

There is a meeting for all venue co-ordinators on Monday, May 27, at 8pm in the Clayton Hotel, Silver Springs Hotel.

It is important that the co-ordinators for all venues attend. Co-ordinators will be briefed on what is required and what the procedures will be during Féile.

There will also be a briefing meeting for referees on Thursday, May 30. Further details on this are to follow.

Cul Camp Coach Application Form

Applications are invited for positions as “Coaches” working for Cork GAA during the summer months for the Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps 2019. Camps will be running in Cork from 1st July – 23rd August in Juvenile clubs throughout the county.

This form is not for club officers or Cul Camp coordinators to complete in relation to your own Cul Camps. This application form is only for individuals interested in working with Cork GAA as a coach.

Applicants must currently be coaching in a club, school or county development squad. Evidence of current coaching role may be required. Coaches will be required to coach both Hurling and Gaelic Football to children aged 6-13 in camps.

The following are the minimum criteria that all coaches must have before they will be considered for a position. Under no circumstances can we offer coach positions to coaches who do not meet the coaching qualification criteria.

• Be 18 years of age by 1st July 2019
• Minimum GAA Foundation Coaching Course completed.
• GAA Garda Vetting Reference Number. Vetting number must be supplied
• GAA Safeguarding (Child Welfare) Certificate Number.

For more see: https://www.rebelogcoaching.com/cul-camp-coach-application-form-2019/

Patrician Academy win Rebel Óg April award

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PATRICIAN ACADEMY, Mallow, winners of the Munster and All-Ireland Senior C titles, Cork Senior A football title (Simcox Cup) and Cork Senior B hurling title, are the April 2019 winners of the Rebel Óg monthly awards, sponsored by the Clayton Hotel, Silver Springs and Cummins Sports, award sponsors, in association with The Echo and RedFM, media partners.
The Patrician Academy Mallow claimed their first All-Ireland senior football title when they faced St Paul’s Oughterard (Galway) in a thrilling final in Limerick.
After dominating long periods of the first half the Cork side led by just three at the break (1-8 to 1-5). The Galway side was far from beaten however and hit two goals in three minutes (a penalty from Matthew Tierney and a Cathal Walsh fisted effort) to bring the gap down to just one point — but the Mallow school settled the nerves late on with points from Conor Corbett and Jack Dillon to deservedly take their first national crown.
The squad have also recently won the Simcox final the premier Cork Colleges senior school’s final where the Academy beat Rochestown College on a scoreline of 2-16 to 2-10.
On their path to the Cork Colleges B hurling final Patrician defeated Coláiste Chríost Rí in round one, then edged out Coláiste Choilm Ballincollig in Ballincollig after extra time.
The Mallow Academy side defeated Coachford in the semi-final and in fairness to Col an Phiarsaigh they put no pressure on Patrician Academy to play the hurling final until the football was over. A very sporting gesture indeed, and much appreciated by Patrician Academy Mallow.
The team only had one hurling session on the Friday afternoon before the final but the closeness of the lads as a unit was a major help. Luck is huge factor in sport and all teams need that along with a will to win. Patrician Academy had both in the hurling final and happily managed to get over the line and complete a historic quadruple for the Academy.

New competition for U14 players

CORK GAA and Rebel Óg launched an exciting new competition for U14 players this week at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Under this new structure, eight regional teams will form two groups of four teams to play in a league format, with the next phase of the competition pitting the top two teams in each group in to the cup with the third and fourth placed teams entering the shield.
The structure will cast the net far and wide catering for 400 players between hurling and football in games running from May to August.
The teams have been drawn up on a geographical basis but with soft borders on the traditional divisional boundaries to ensure all teams are of a similar standard. The Rebel Óg Coaching Games Development Administrators have been busy over the last six months looking at players and organising internal games to determine appropriate structures to meet the needs of players development at U14 level in Cork and this new format breaks away from the regional structure used in the past which consisted of four regional teams followed by a move to 48 players in hurling who went on to represent Cork at the inter county tournaments.
Speaking at the launch, Cork County Board chairperson, Tracey Kennedy, welcomed the new format noting that “clubs throughout the county should benefit from this structure as there will be more club players involved in a full season of activity at a high level and they will return to their clubs as better players.”
County Coaching Officer Ronan Dwane attended the launch and is very optimistic that the new league format will ensure that “very few players can slip through the net as the increase in teams from four to eight means that squads are more localised allowing more players to be involved over a full season.”
County Games Manager Kevin O’Callaghan feels this is a very exciting move for Cork GAA and “given the size of the county, it is appropriate to cast the net wider given that there is much evidence across the world at this point to indicate that increasing participation in a development programme will result in an improvement in overall playing standards and a broader pool of players capable of playing at elite level in future years.
“The move away from formal inter-county activity demonstrates a commitment to long term player development, rather than short term inter-county success, which has no correlation with inter county performance in future years. In this context, this new format represents an age appropriate pathway for players to start out at representative level in Cork.”
Games commenced in football on Monday, with further games pencilled in over the next four months. Modified rules are in place to ensure swift movement of the ball and to encourage quick decision making from players.

 

** MID SOUTH REGION MEETING**

The next meeting of the Mid South  Region will take place on Monday , May 13th  at 7.30pm in Eire Og Club.

All clubs are requested to attend.

All upcoming fixtures can be viewed on Website.

 

Mid South Championship Dates for Diaries First Round

2019   Hurling and Football Championship First Round Start Dates
U16 HC Round 1 03/07/2019
Minor HC Round 1 10/07/2019
U14 HC Round 1 10/07/2019
U16 FC Round 1 24/07/2019
Minor FC Round 1 31/07/2019
U14 FC Round 1 31/07/2019

U15 development squad blitz

AN U15 development squad blitz will take place over the weekend.

The group games will take place on Saturday, May 4, with the semi-finals and finals on Monday, May 6, in Mallow

Games in the group stages are 30 minutes aside, except group 4 which is 20 minutes aside.

The top team in each group will qualify for the semi-finals on Monday.

In the case of two teams finishing level the ‘head-to’head’ game first will decide the winners. If a draw then least scored conceded is the winner.

There are unlimited subsitutions for these games.

FIXTURES

SATURDAY, MAY 4

Group 1 in Ballinlough

West Waterford v South Tipperary, 11am. South Tipperary v Cork City, 12.45pm. West Waterford v Cork City, 2.30pm.

Group 2 in Rathkeale

North Clare v East Cork, 11am. East Cork v City/West Limerick, 12.45pm. North Clare v City/West Limerick, 2.30pm.

Group 3 in Mallow

East Waterford v East Clare, 11am. East Clare v Mid/West Cork, 12.45pm. East Waterford v Mid/West Cork. 2.30pm.

Group 4 in Clarecastle

Mid Clare v NorthTipperary, 11am. South/East Limerick v North Cork, 11am. North Cork v Mid Clare, 12.30pm. South/East Limerick v North Tipperary, 12.30pm. North Tipperary v North Cork, 2pm. South/East Limerick v Mid Clare, 2pm.

MONDAY, MAY 6

Winner group 1 v winner group 2; winner group 3 v winner group 4, both at 11am.

Final and plate final at 12.30pm.

Sports performance workshop on Monday

The Dept. of Sport, Leisure & Childhood Studies, in conjunction with Cork GAA, are delighted to welcome the world renowned Sports Performance Consultant, Wayne Goldsmith, to deliver a cutting edge Interactive Sports Performance Workshop that will focus on the evolution of sport and the role that coaching science in adapting to such change. This event will take place in IT1 on the Bishopstown Campus on Monday, April 29, from 6.30 – 9.30pm. Wayne has designed this Workshop for Sports Coaches, S&C Coaches, Teachers and  Athletes and will focus on Athletic Performance and Coaching from the following perspectives:

(1)    A Holistic Approach to Developing Athletes: People before Performance

(2)    Challenging Old Thinking in Coaching: New Directions in Periodisation, Skill Development and Athletic Development

The Presenter

Wayne Goldsmith is one of the most experienced and effective sports performance consultants in the world. He has an unrivalled, proven track record of working with athletes, coaches, teams and organisations around the world in helping them to realise their peak performance potential. He has worked with professional, college and Olympic level athletes, coaches and teams in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., Europe, Asia and throughout the Pacific, with examples including a variety of AFL and Super Rugby Teams, the Wallabies, the N.R.L, Tennis Australia, Swimming Australia, Triathlon Australia, USA Swimming, the NZ Rugby Union and Sport NZ. He has written more than 500 articles and blog posts on coaching, sports science, learning, creativity and sports performance.

Event Details

·         This Sports Performance Workshop will take place on Monday, April 29, 6.30–9.30pm, in Room IT3, Cork Institute of Technology (Bishopstown Campus).

·         The cost to attend is €25, with a discounted rate of €15 for students (Valid Student ID only).

·         To book a place, register at the following link: https://events.cit.ie/index.cfm?page=events&eventId=467

·         For further information, please email cian.oneill@cit.ie

There are only a few places left so book now if you want to go.

MID SOUTH REGION MEETING

The next meeting of the Mid South  Region will take place on Monday , May 13th  at 7.30pm in Eire Og Club.

All clubs are requested to attend.

All upcoming fixtures can be viewed on Website.

Féile hurling, camogie draws

LAST Thursday night a meeting was held at Pairc Ui Chaoimh where further details and the draw was held for the National Feile hurling and camogie competitions.

The national competition is being held in Cork this year on the weekend of June 7-9. In the boys competition, there are 10 divisions, with eight Cork teams and eight visiting teams in each. They are broken into four groups, with two ‘home’ and two visiting teams in each group.

In the camogie, there are six divisions, with the same principle as above applying in them as well.

At the meeting, important information was passed on to the Cork host clubs regarding garda vetting and other information needed ahead of the competition.

On garda vetting, clubs were reminded that any one of 16 and over that will be in the house on the weekend must be vetted if they are hosting players from visiting clubs.

This includes anyone that turns 16 over that weekend. Cork County Board Children’s Officer, Des Cullinane, asked all who have not done so at this point to go through the vetting procedure as a matter of urgency.

Clubs were also reminded to send their club photos as soon as possible to the Rebel Og PRO email within the next two weeks, the address is pro.coistenanog.cork@gaa.ie All players on U14 panels, including those not on the Féile panel, can be included in the picture which will be used for the poster.

Clubs were also reminded to appoint both Feile and pitch co-ordinators for the weekend.

The pitch co-ordinator needs to be independent of their team taking part as they may be required to stay at the pitch when their team travels away.

Normal rules of hurling and camogie apply, except for one change, two subs must be brought on after 10 minutes and two more five minutes into the second-half.

These players cannot go off again unless they are injured. Other substitutions are also allowed as well, but these ones are mandatory.

All games, including finals, are 15 minutes a side, with extra time in knock-out stages only.

Further information will be sent to the clubs in the coming weeks. Competitions in other counties are not all finished yet, so for now, its the county and level of the team, ie Dublin 1, Dublin 2 etc,  from that county is listed.

Meanwhile, hurling is as follows, host team named first:

Division 1: Na Piarsaigh host Kilkenny 1; Erins Own Limerick 1; Shandrum Galway 1, Fermoy Kildare 1; Douglas Tipperary 1; Sarsfields Waterford 1; Carrigtwohill Dublin 1; Midleton Wexford 1.

Division 2: Aghada Derry 1; Youghal Laois 1; Mallow Offaly 1; Bride Rovers Antrim 1; St Finbarr’s Westmeath 1; Valley Rovers Kilkenny 2; Ballincollig Clare 1; Inniscarra Down 1.

Division 3: St Catherine’s Wexford 2; Kilara Og Carlow 1; Glen Rovers Dublin 2; Watergrasshill Galway 2; Kiltha Og Limerick 2; Cobh Meath 1; Carrigaline Waterford 2; Blackrock Tipperary 2.

Division 4: Ballyduff Westmeath 2; St Brendan’s Mayo 1; Clyda Rovers Antrim 2; Blarney Dublin 3; Charleville Tyrone 1; Whitechurch Offaly 2; Eire Og Clare 2; Aghabullogue Laois 2.

Division 5: Clonakilty Down 2; St Colums Sligo 1; Ibane Gaels Armagh 1; Bandon Roscommon 1; Sliabh Rua Wicklow 1; Courcey Rovers Donegal 1; Ballinhassig Derry 2; Kinsale Meath 2.

Division 6: Lixnaw Mayo 2; O’Neill’s (Kerry) Carlow 2; Nemo Rangers Waterford 3; Ballygiblin Roscommon 2; St Colman’s Armagh 2; Fr O’Neill’s Kildare 2; Killeagh/Ita’s Galway 3; Lisgoold Kilkenny 3.

Division 7: Tralee Par (Kerry) Tyrone 2; Kenmare Sh (Kerry) Sligo 2; Kanturk Clare 3; Buttevant Antrim 3; Donoughmore Tipperary 3;  Grenagh Wicklow 2; Kilavullen Wexford 3; Carrig na bhFear Limerick 3.

Division 8: Ballyheigue Leitrim 1; Abbeydorney Offaly 3; Kilbrittain Fermanagh 1; Ahan Gaels Louth 1; Cloughduv Monaghan 1; Ballinora Longford 1; Bishopstown Laois 3; TBC Cavan 1.

Division 9: Kilmoyley Louth 2; Causeway Derry 3; St Mark’s Cavan 2; Croke Rovers  Carlow 3; Ballygarvan Down 3; Kilbree/Kilmeen Donegal 2; Ballycastle Gaels Monaghan 2; Castlelyons Kildare 2.

Division 10: South Kerry Galway 4; Firies (Kerry) Leitrim 2; TBC Tyrone 3; Laochra Og Meath 3; Tracton Donegal 3; Brian Dillons Armagh 3; Mayfield Westmeath 3; White’s Cross Wicklow 3.

In camogie the draw is, host team named first:

Division 1: Sarsfields Galway 1; Aghada Limerick 1; Blackrock Kilkenny 1; Cloughduv Clare 1; Inniscarra Tipperary 1; Ballygarvan Wexford 1; Aghabullogue Dublin 1; Eire Og Waterford 1.

Division 2: Midleton Kildare 1; Glen Rovers Antrim 1; Douglas Down 1; St Finbarr’s Derry 1; Newcestown Offaly 1; Clonakilty 1 Carlow 1; Courcey Rovers Westmeath 1; Kilbrin/Timoleague Laois 1.

Division 3: Fr O’Neill’s Galway 2; Cobh Wexford 2; Rockban Armagh; Na Piarsaigh Dublin 2; Enniskeane Limerick 2; Ballincollig Meath; Valley Rovers Kilkenny 2; Tracton Clare 2.

Division 4: Mallow Derry 2; Inniscarra 2 Tipperary 2; Killeagh Offaly 2; Carrigtwohill Down 2; Erins Own Antrim 2; Bishopstown Meath 2; Ballinora Laois 2; Eire Og 2 Waterford 2.

Division 5: Blarney Wicklow; Brian Dillons Roscommon; St Colums Carlow 2; Bandon Kildare 2; Causeway (Kerry) Mayo; Cill Ard (Kerry) Westmeath 2; Ballyhea/Milford Tyrone; Grenagh Cavan.

Division 6: Fermoy Donegal; Nemo Rangers Armagh 2; Kilworth Cavan 2; St Fanahans Tyrone 2; Bandon 2 Louth; Clonakilty 2 Wicklow 2; Killarney Roscommon 2; Tralee Monaghan.

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Feile hurling meeting

A Feile na nGael meeting will take place next Thursday, April 11,  at Páirc Uí Chaoimh (Level 2), at 8pm.  Members of the National Feile committee will be in attendance.
Sign in of clubs at 7.30 pm.  Secretary in charge of fixtures and pitch secretary to attend if possible.  Each club is requested to have  two in attendance
Light refreshments will be available from 7.30 pm.

Féile football takes centre stage

The group stages of the Féile football take place tomorrow, with the Premier final also on this Sunday.
The Premier semi-finals and final will take place at St Finbarr’s on Sunday evening, with the semis at 6pm and the final at 7pm.
Normal playing rules will apply so soloing will be allowed. Kick-outs can be from the hand or ground, but all 45s are from the ground.
Panel of 24 to be submitted to referee at the commencement of the competition. Clubs may not alter this panel at any stage during the Group stages. If you reach the semi-final and final then the same panel for the group stages applies.
Unlimited substitutions to apply from the 24 listed.
All group games to be 15 minutes aside. (except where outlined where they will be 12 minutes a-side).
Teams in Premier, Division 1 and Division 2 are 15 a-side. Teams in Division 3 are 13 a-side. However, the team that qualifies from the Division 3 grade will have to play 15 a-side in the national competition run over the weekend of June 28-30. Clubs are requested to check with opponents in advance of the competition, should a clash of colours occur. In accordance with TO Cumann Luth Chleas Gael, both clubs change, unless by agreement
At cthe onclusion of group stages:
1: In the event of teams finishing level on points, the team with the lowest overall score conceded will be determined the group winner.
2: In the event of teams having identical scores conceded, then the side that scored the most overall points (goals not included) will qualify.
3: In the event of scores still being deadlocked, the winner will be determined by the result of the game between the teams.
4: If teams are still not separated, a play-off game of five minutes a side between the teams involved will be necessary. If this ends in a draw, the referee will restart the game with the first side to score being declared the winner.
Games in the semi-finals and final will be 15 minutes a-side.
In the event of game(s) ending in a draw at these stages, extra time of five minutes a-side will be played.
Should sides be level at end of extra time, the referee will restart the game, with the first side to score being declared the winner.
In the Premier grade, Group A will see Glanmire, Aghada, Fermoy and Carrigtwohill in action at Glanmire.
Group B, at Ballincollig, will see the home club joined by St Finbarr’s, Inniscarra and Bantry.
Group C, at Nemo Rangers, will see Nemo, Valley Rovers and Carrigaline take each other on.
All games in these groups start at 10.30am.
Group D, at Bishopstown, starts at 12.30am and sees the Town joined by Bandon and Douglas.
Semi-finals of the premier grade will take place at 6pm on Sunday at St Finbarr’s, with the final at 7pm. The semi-finals will see winner of Group A v winner Group D and B v C.
In Division 1 Clonakilty, Ibane Gaels, St Colums and Castlehaven will play at Clonakilty. At Na Piarsaigh in Group B the host club will be joined by Aghabullogue, Ballinora and Midleton.
In Group C, at Mallow, it will be Clyda Rovers, Buttevant, Kilshanningand the home side. Group D sees Eire Og, Erins Own, St Nicholas, Youghal and host side, St Michael’s in action in Mahon.
First games are at 10.30am at each venue, with the semi-finals and final due to be played on Monday, April 22.
In Division 2, at Enniskeane, Ahan Gaels, Kilmurry, Ballinhassig, Newcestown and Sliabh Rua are in action in Group A.
Group B, at Kilworth, Kilara Og, Mitchelstown, Kilavullen, Killeagh Ita’s and Kiltha Og will play.
Group C in Baile Bhuire (Naomh Aban and Laochra Og pitches), Naomh Aban, Caha Og, Canovee and Donoughmore are playing. Group D sees Mayfield, Blarney, Passage and Whitechurch playing at Mayfield.
All games start at 10.30am, with the semi-finals and final on April 22.
In Group A in Division Three, Ballycastle Gaels, St Catherine’s, Castlelyons, White’s Cross and Carrig na BhFear will play at Ballyhooly. Group B at Ballygarvan sees Aghinagh, Courcey Rovers, Macroom, Clann na Gael and the host club in action. Games start at 10.30am at both venues.
Two will qualify from each group with the semi-finals and final on Monday, April 22.

Mid South Region Meeting

The next meeting of the Mid South  Region will take place on Monday next, April 08th  at 7.30pm at Eire Og Club.

All clubs are requested to attend.

Sacred Heart School win March Rebel Óg award

Sacred Heart Secondary School, Clonakilty, team members Annie Condon, Emma O’Driscoll, Daire O’Brien, captain; Sinéad McCarthy and Jessica McCarthy, who represented the squad at the presentation of the Rebel Óg monthly award for March at a function at the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs.

SACRED Heart Secondary School Clonakilty, winners of the Munster and All-Ireland camogie titles, are the March winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly Awards, sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, Cummins Sports (award sponsors) and in association with The Echo and RedFM, media partners.
The campaign began when Sacred Heart faced Midleton in the first of a trilogy of games between the two teams.
and this was not to be their last meeting of the campaign.
The first meeting took place in Ahamilla where Sacred Heart ran out 4-9 to 1-5 winners in the first group match. In the next group game, they travelled to University Limerick where they had a convincing 4-0 to 1-1 win over Laurel Hill on a very fast 4G pitch.
They then travelled to Bruff where they beat St Flannan’s of Ennis 6-12 to 2-5 on a very blustery day.
These victories left Sacred Heart top of their group and awaiting a Munster sem-final. Charleville provided the venue where the Clonakilty side were pitted against Scariff. Having suffered a few losses to the Clare outfit over the previous four years, the Clonakilty girls were determined to rectify those defeats and were in control from the outset and had a commanding 7-7 to 3-2 win.
Midleton were finished as runners-up in the group and were paired against Nenagh in the other semi-final. The east Cork outfit fulfilled their promise and beat the North Tipp kingpins, meaning Clonakilty would meet their old foes on in the Munster final day.
Clonakility’s victory set up with an All-Ireland semi-final against Coláiste Bhride, Enniscorthy.
Clonakilty had to travel to the Leinster champions’ home ground on the first Saturday in March. The Cork ladies showed tremendous courage, passion, and skill on the day and dispatched an excellent Wexford, side on a scoreline of 1-5 to 0-6.
Midleton, as Munster runners-up, had a chance to redeem themselves as they accounted for Dublin A Champions, St Dominican’s in the other semi-final. This left both Cork teams pitted against each other for a third time in this competition, with the chance to lift the All-Ireland Cup.
Castle Road was the venue. Millie Condon was sublime on the day and netted two first-half goals. This earned her the Player of the Match Award.
Others to shine on the day were Sinead McCarthy, wing-back Jessica McCarthy, Caoimhe Murphy and Eimear O Brien. 3-8 to 1-7 was the final scoreline.

Kieran O’Connor benefit game

 

A fundraising hurling game between Cork and Kilkenny will be played in Páirc uí Rinn on Wednesday, March 27, at 7.30pm, with tickets priced at €10 (adults) and €5 (Under 16’s). Tickets will be available on the night and are also on sale online http://corkgaa.tickets.ie/ and at participating Centra/SuperValu stores.

The game will be preceded by the County Senior Hurling Championship clash involving UCC and CIT at 5.30pm, and we encourage patrons to come in early to watch both games.

Entertainment will be provided by the Barrack Street Band.

Donations to the fund can be also be made online at https://www.gofundme.com/friends-of-kieran.

Mid-South Region information night

There was a very strong turnout for the information night held in Eire Óg GAA Club in Ovens.

Kevin O’Callaghan & Ronan Dwane kicked off proceedings and discussed a number of different topics around clubs availing of the coaching service from the County Board? Were they utilizing the services of the GDA for their schools and clubs, coaching workshops were a few of the items discussed

Des Cullinane Child Welfare Officer of the Co. Board was up next. He discussed the responsibility of Clubs and Club officers to be compliant in the protection of our underage members, with a philosophy that recognises the welfare of the child is paramount .It is the responsibility of the club to have all personnel involved with their underage members be Garda Vetted and have received relevant child welfare and sports related training, to enable them fulfil such roles

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Brian Coniry of the South East Referees gave a very frank and honest talk about refereeing with particular emphasis around Give Respect Get Respect and received a round of applause. A Q&A was held afterwards with a lot of questions from the floor.

To finish off the evening Chairman Coiste Na nÓg John Purcell thanked everyone in attendance and spoke a few words about upcoming Féile and where to get information for clubs and their host families.

The large number of those in attendance availed of the Teas, coffees and lovely refreshments afterwards and spoke with the guest speakers. Overall a very informative night.

Thank you to all who attended and to Eire Óg GAA Club for facilities.

Mid-South Board

East Region meeting

The next meeting of the East Region will take place on Wednesday next, March 20, at 7.30pm at Midleton GAA Club.

All clubs are requested to attend.

West Region meeting

A meeting of the West region will take place on tomorrow, Wednesday, March 6, at the GAA pavilion, Dunmanway, at 8pm.
All clubs are requested to send a delegate to this meeting.

East Region meeting

A meeting of the East Region will take place on Monday, March 4, at 7.30pm at Midleton GAA Club.

All clubs are asked to have representation at the meeting.

Midleton CBS honoured for Harty Cup win

 

MIDLETON CBS, winners of the Dr Harty Cup, are the February winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly awards sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs and Cummins Sports, (award sponsors),  in association with the Evening Echo and Red FM, media partners.
The 2019 Harty Cup final is notable from a number of perspectives. Midleton CBS traditionally harnesses and nurture the hurling talent of pupils coming from just nine Juvenile GAA Clubs within the school’s East Cork hinterland.
The school prides itself on nurturing “home-grown” East Cork talent through the various age groups in schools competitions in Cork and Munster. No CBS Harty Cup-winning player to date has come from a club outside of this tightly knit East Cork hurling community.
Having recorded a draw with De La Salle and a win over St Flannans at the group stages, the team reached the final following victories over Our Lady’s Templemore and De La Salle College Waterford at their second meeting of the campaign.
In this year’s final Midleton CBS faced a school they had never encountered before in the Harty Cup competition. The paring was novel in that both teams were from Cork and had representatives from the Midleton Club in both of their ranks. CBC Cork were bridging a gap of 101 years since they contested the first ever Harty Cup Final in 1918 when they were defeated by Rockwell College.
Following a heroic tussle which saw the sides draw level on eight occasions during the course of the game, a goal for Midleton in the 53rd minute proved to be the defining score which put sufficient daylight between the teams and propelled the East Cork school to victory at the final whistle. Dylan Hogan from the Killeagh was presented with the cup and the East Cork boys were crowned Munster Champions for the fourth time in the history of the school.

2019 County Féile na nÓg U14 Football

The County Féile na nÓg (U14 football) will be run off to the following schedule;

  • Group Stages of all competitions; Saturday 6th April
  • Premier Competition semi-finals and final; Sunday 7th April
  • Semi-finals and finals of the “A” and “B” competitions; Monday 22nd April.
  • Entries for Féile na nÓg ( U14 Football) to be submitted not later than Friday 15th March
  • The entry fee for playing in Féile is €180 with €150 refundable once your club plays in the competition. Please submit as indicated on the entry form.
  • There is no County Féile in hurling this year as all interested teams can play in the National Féile, hosted by Cork, over the weekend 7th-9th June. Teams that have entered for the hurling will receive a separate notification.

 

PLAYING RULES FOR FÉILE NA nÓG (U14 Football)

Normal Playing Rules to apply.

Panel of 24 to be submitted to referee at the commencement of the competition. Clubs may not alter this panel at any stage during the Group stages. Unlimited substitutions to apply from the 24 listed.

All Group Games to be 15 minutes aside. (Except where outlined where they will be 12 minutes a side).

Premier U14 teams play in Premier Grade, Division 1 teams play in the “A” grade while teams playing Division 2 or lower play in the “B” grade.

Teams in Premier and ‘A’’ are 15 a side. Teams in ‘B’ are 13 a side. However, the teams that qualify from the “B” grade will have to play 15 a side in the National Competition run over the weekend 28th-30th June.

Clubs are requested to check with opponents in advance of the competition, should a clash of Colours occur. In accordance with TO Cumann Luth Chleas Gael, both clubs change, unless by agreement

At the conclusion of Group Stages:

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

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

Arrangements for Group Finals (where applicable) to be listed with Fixtures. Games in these Final will be 15 minutes a side.

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

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

SEMI FINALS / FINALS

The semi-finals and final of the Premier competition will take place on Sunday evening 7th April with the A and B Finals scheduled for Monday 22nd April. Details of venues etc., to be notified.

Games in the Semi-Finals and Final will be 15 minutes a side.

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

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

Mid-South Region information night

On Monday, March 4, at Eire Og GAA Club, Ovens, at 7.30pm

FOR ALL CLUB DELEGATES, CLUB OFFICERS, TEAM MENTORS

IS YOUR CLUB AVAILING OF THE COACHING SERVICE FROM THE COUNTY BOARD?

HOW DO I OPERATE SCHOOL’S COACHING FOR MY CLUB?

HOW DO I GET THE SERVICES OF A ‘G.D.A.’ FOR MY CLUB?

COACHING THE COACHES IN MY CLUB?

KEVIN O CALLAGHAN & RONAN DWANE WILL ADVISE WHAT TO DO.

(games development manager & coaching officer cork co. board.)

THE DO’S & DON’T’S OF CHILD WELFARE.

WITH CHILDRENS OFFICER, CORK CO. BOARD

DES CULLINANE

WHAT IS IT LIKE TO REFEREE A MATCH?

WHAT DOES THE REFEREE ACTUALLY HEAR?

HOW TO INFLUENCE A REFEREE?

NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO ASK ANY QUESTION.

REFEREES FROM THE MID AND SOUTH AREAS WILL GIVE THEIR OPINION AND ANSWER QUESTIONS

Mid-South and East meetings

THE Mid-South Region will hold their next meeting on Monday, February 25, at 7.30pm in Ovens.

The East Region will hold their next meeting on Monday, March 4, at 7.30pm at Midleton GAA Club.

All clubs are expected to have representatives at their respective meetings.

Coiste regulations governing 13 aside competitions

A chairde,

As you are aware,  13 a-side competitions are for teams/clubs that are struggling to field 15 a-side teams and  Regulations are drafted to help protect the clubs that may be struggling for numbers. It has been evident in recent years that some clubs are using more than the required 18 in a panel and may well have been able to field in 15 a side.

Please find below the regulations and procedures that are being adopted across all regions for 2019 and your co-operation is requested in this matter.

1.14. Any club wishing to field a team in 13 a-side competitions must submit a list of players which may only contain a maximum of 18 players prior to the commencement of the relevant competition.

13. 13 a-side hurling/football

Clubs playing in these 13 a-side games are advised that they must not go outside the panel of players submitted. Any club found guilty of breach of this regulation shall forfeit any game won with teams fielding any players not listed in their application. A club fine will also be considered.

As you are aware, 13 a-side competitions are for teams/clubs that are struggling to field 15 a-side teams and the above Regulations are drafted to help protect the clubs that may be struggling for numbers. Your co-operation is requested to ensure this happens.

For 2019, the above Regulations will be implemented as follows:

  • Clubs are asked to submit their panel of 18 after they have played their first game in a 13 a side competition for that competition. This is to give clubs a chance to know what their panels are before submitting. These panels should be submitted by email to the Rúnaí of the relevant Region/Coiste not later than three days after the first game and before the second game is played.
  • Clubs must then stay within that panel for that competition. However, they may apply to replace a member of that panel to the relevant Region that governs that competition in the event that the club wishes to replace a member of the panel on a permanent basis. This could occur, for example, where a player incurs a long-term injury or where a member of the panel is no longer interested in continuing to play. A player removed from the nominated panel will no longer be eligible to play in that competition and shall not be reinstated to that panel.

East Region meeting

Please note the first meeting of the new season of the East Region will take place tonight, Wednesday, February 13, at 7.30pm at Midleton GAA Club.

All clubs are requested to attend.

IMPORTANT MATTER – FÉILE NA nGAEL 2019

A Chara

As you are aware Cork are hosting Féile na nGael 2019 and we are advising clubs who are taking part and hosting of an Important meeting scheduled for

MONDAY NEXT FEBRUARY  18 AT THE 

CLAYTON SILVERSPRINGS HOTEL

CONFERENCE CENTRE

This meeting is scheduled to commence at 8pm, with each participating club requested to have a representative in attendance.

Registration of Delegates will take place at 7.45 pm. Please ensure that you are on time.

The meeting will be addressed by

Gearóid Ó’Maomhichíl – Páirc an Crochaigh

Peadar Ó’hÓgáin – Páirc an Crochaigh, Féile

Breandán Ó’Briain – Féile Cathaoirleach, Páirc an Cróchaigh

Deasún Ó’Cuilleanáin – Oifigeach na Leanaí, Coiste Chontae

Also attending will be

Seán Ó’Puirseáil, Cathaoirleach Féile Chorcaí,

Ristteard Ó’Murchú, Rúnai, Féile Chorcaí

Eoghan Ó’Concubhar, Cisteoir, Feile Chorcaí

Ronan Ó’Dubháin, Oifigeach Oiliúna Chorcaí

The importance of Garda Vetting, both players and households hosting visiting players is of importance and will be addressed during the evening. Other issues concerning Féile will also be addressed. An opportunity for delegates to question those at the top table with any query a club may have will also be facilitated.

In all this meeting should be concluded by 9.30 pm. Light refreshments will be supplied.

 

West Region meeting

The first West Region meeting of the year will take place this Wednesday, February 13, in Dunmanway at 8.30 pm.

Also please note that minor football league fixtures are now on the website.

U15 Inter-Regional football finals

 

On Sunday, February 10,   Páirc Uí Chaoimh 4G pitch

2pm: Plate Final Cork City/East v Cork North.
3.30pm: Cork West v Cork Mid

Referee: Vaughan Colm – Kilnamartra.

Link to teams

 

Youth forum at the Páirc

 

 

 

 

CORK GAA have unveiled details of a forum for youth players who are aspiring to perform at senior inter county level in the future.
Páirc Uí Chaoimh will host a unique event on Sunday next, with an audience drawn from ladies football, camogie and the GAA’s development squads.
Players will get advice on nutrition, lifestyle management along with insights in to how county stars such as Rena Buckley and Stephen McDonnell deal with the good and bad days that inter county players encounter.
Chairman of the Cork Health and Well Being Committee, Des Cullinane, pointed out that many of our best club players come in to development squads and may not be the best players in this environment.
“Some players can find this difficult to handle and may suffer confidence issues.
“This forum aims to highlight coping mechanisms for players.
“Much of our training is centred around the skills of the game, team play and tactics.
“This forum aims to delve in to areas that traditionally would not be addressed within the squads structure but are just as important in terms of getting the desired performance on the field.”
“The forum will also focus on the adult mentors who look after the development squad programmes. Multiple All Ireland winning manager Eamonn Ryan will address the coaches on player management.
“Of particular attention here is around communication to players within squads but also those who are not selected and how to manage these situations.”
Cork GAA wish to thank RedFM for coming on board as media partners.

First meeting of new Mid/South Region

The first meeting of the new Mid/South  Region takes place at the Éire Óg clubhouse at 7.30pm on Monday next,  February 11. Please have a representative of your club present if you are involved in this Region.

Officers are still required for this Region and clubs are asked to give serious consideration to nominating suitable people for these positions. It is important that these positions are filled as soon as possible to ensure the smooth running of the activities of clubs in this area.

Job opportunity

The Cork GAA County Board are seeking suitably qualified candidates to fill the role of Games Promotion Officer, based in the Carbery Division.

 

See: https://jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=1766620 for full details.

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.

http://rebelogcoaching.com/benchmarking-2020/benchmarking-submission-2017/

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.

Kevin O’Donovan new Secretary/CEO Cork County Board

 

The Executive of Cork County Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin O’Donovan as its full time secretary/CEO, effective from December 17th, 2018. Kevin succeeds Frank Murphy, who retires at this year’s County Convention after 45 years of distinguished service as County Board Secretary.

The recruitment process, organised by the GAA’s HR Department at the request of Cork County Board, commenced in July and the interview panel, comprised of a number of high level GAA representatives, recommended the appointment of Kevin O’Donovan. This recommendation was accepted by the Cork County Board Executive at a meeting on Thursday November 1st, and is subject to final approval by the Cork County Board at its next meeting.

From the Kilmeen and Kilbree club based in Rossmore, Kevin has had extensive GAA involvement at both club and county level. He has worked as a Games Development Administrator (GDA) and Development Squads Administrator, and has been a County Board Officer since 2015, serving as Coaching Officer and currently Vice-Chairperson.   He is a member of the GAA National Fixtures Analysis Committee, chairs the Cork GAA Competitions Control Committee, and has held a variety of officerships in his own club. He holds a B. AGr. Sc.  degree and a Ph.D from University College Dublin, along with a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from University College Cork.

Welcoming the appointment, County Board Chairperson, Tracey Kennedy, said that the new secretary/CEO was taking up his appointment at a time of great opportunity and challenge for Cork GAA.

“Our priority is to maintain and improve the high level of engagement by clubs, players and volunteers whose work shapes and defines the organisation in the county, and to ensure that Cork GAA is equipped to grow and operate successfully into the future.”

“The performances of all our county teams are also of paramount importance. The success of our development squad programme, in which Kevin has been pivotally involved, is vital to the creation of a pathway for success in the future. With reports due from our strategic plan implementation committee and our football planning committee in the near future, we will expect the new secretary to drive any recommendations approved by the County Board.”

“The management and optimisation of our magnificent new stadium, Páirc Ui Chaoimh, is also an important task in which our new secretary will have a role as a member of the Board of Directors.  It is imperative that the stadium fulfils it games promotion role as one of the premier GAA venues in the country.  It must also achieve the commercial and community objectives which have been set.”

“Kevin succeeds someone whose work on behalf of the GAA in Cork and nationally is immeasurable. In his term of office as County Board secretary, Frank Murphy has overseen the growth of the GAA organisation in Cork, the phenomenal success of our inter-county teams, the radical redevelopment of club facilities, the development of three new stadiums, the achievement of unparalleled sponsorship support for our county teams and so much more.”

“Cork County Board looks forward to working with our new secretary as we enter a new phase in the life of the Gaelic Athletic Association in Cork and we wish him every success in his new role.”

Bride Rovers and Shandrum must meet again

 

 

 

Bride Rovers 1-15
Shandrum 1-15
The  Carrigaline Court Hotel  Premier Two Minor Hurling Championship final at Páirc Uí Rinn turned into an absolute thrilling second-half with both teams fully deserving of a second chance.
This was a very high-standard contest that saw periods of dominance at various stages by the East Cork and North Cork representatives and the last score of the game belonged to Shandrum, the equalising point in the 62nd minute from full-forward Conor Griffin who was highly influential throughout.
Centre-back, Cormac O’Brien and left corner-back, Paul O’Sullivan caught the eye in the Shandrum rearguard as they tenaciously reinvented themselves after being in arrears by six points early in the second-half.
Conor Barry, Conleith Ryan, and Brian Roche impacted for Bride Rovers on a night when both sides left everything out on the pitch.
The teams were deadlocked five times in the opening 30 minutes before Bride Rovers, having played against a strong wind, led by a goal at the break, a score delightfully executed by Ryan from a cross field delivery by Griffen O’Sullivan.
It did not look encouraging for Shandrum on the resumption when the Rovers increased their lead with points from Barry and Brian Roche.
And when they went into a 1-11 to 0-8 lead on the 36-minute mark the pictured brightened to a far greater extent for them.
But Shandrum’s riposte was superb, upping the ante considerably to score 1-3 without reply to tie it all up after 47 minutes.
Griffin nailed the goal from a fine cross ball by Ronan Geary and he added a few points as well.
Then they forged ahead by two with points from that man Griffin again and Paul Drinan and they were in the control of the proceedings as the clock counted down.
It was frenetic stuff now, both sides striving might and main to get their hands on the big prize on offer.
And we then got another response from the Rathcormac team with points from Barry, Roche and Ryan.
They had regained the lead now but Cormac O’Brien tied it all up again with a Shandrum point.
Centre-forward Cian Hogan regained the initiative for Bride Rovers in stoppage time when he split the sticks before Conor Griffin fittingly tied it up at the death to conclude a splendid game of hurling.
This was a wonderful advertisement for minor club hurling in the county and on the evidence presented here, it won’t be easy to drag them apart either in the eagerly awaited replay.
It was a game well refereed too by Mark Maher.

The replay is scheduled for Saturday, October 20 at 3pm in Mourneabbey.
Scorers for Bride Rovers: C Barry (0-7 frees), C Ryan (1-3), B Roche (0-3), P O’Flynn (free) and E Cashman (0-1 each).
Scorers for Shandrum: C Griffin (1-7, 0-5 frees), C O’Brien (0-4, 0-2 frees), P Drinan (0-2), C Shanahan and S McCarthy (0-1 each).
BRIDE ROVERS: B Hogan; R O’Sullivan, J Mannix, M Quinn; J Buckley, P O’Flynn, E Roche; K Kearney, G O’Sullivan; C Barry (Capt), C Hogan, C Ryan; E Cashman, B Roche, S Knox.
SHANDRUM: E Finn; B Pulis, K O’Sullivan (Capt), P O’Sullivan; C Bowles, C O’Brien, S McCarthy; J Twomey, C Shanahan; R Geary, L Morrissey, P Drinan; J O’Riordan, C Griffin, A O’Leary.
Subs: C O’Flynn for A O’Leary (50), B O’Connor for J O’Riordan (52).
Referee: Mark Maher (St Finbarr’s).

Midleton win Premier 1 county hurling championship

 

 

 

 

Midleton 1-22
Blarney 1-10
MIDLETON made up for last year’s loss as they were crowned Carrigaline Court Hotel Premier 1 MHC champions at Páirc Uí Rinn.
Last year they lost out to Glen Rovers, but this time they made sure they weren’t going to go home defeated as they won their first title at this grade since 2010.
It’s a good start to the week and they will hope their senior side can follow suit when they take on Imokilly in the county final next Sunday.
Overall there can be no denying they were the better side over the 60 minutes, and a strong finish ensured they ran out winners by 12 points.
In that final 15 minutes, they outscored their opponents eight points to one, to move clear of Blarney at a time when they had scored three in a row to reduce the deficit to five.
The winners had a number of impressive displays with Sean O’Sullivan, Tommy O’Connell, and Kevin Finn all playing well, along with man of the match, Cian Farmer.
For Blarney, Declan Hanlon showed why he was on the Cork minor team this year, with Mark Cummins and Padraig Power also giving it their all, but they were simply beaten by a better side. on the night.
It took eight minutes for the first score to come, when Ben Ahern pointed for Blarney, with Ross O’Regan replying for Midleton. Points from Finn and Farmer put the east Cork side in front, with Shane Barrett and Power seeing the sides level, 0-3 each, with 16 minutes gone.
Gary Carroll and O’Regan put Midleton back in front, with Power making it a one point game.
Midleton then enjoyed their best spell of the first half, with Arthur Nganou increasing their lead, before Sam Quirke set up Aaron Mulcahy for their goal, to make it 1-6 to 0-4.
Two points from Farmer increased their lead before Power pulled a point back for Blarney.
Farmer and O’Connell made it 1-10 to 0-5 before Blarney were thrown a lifeline.
A brilliant run from William Crowley put Jack O’Keeffe in and he blasted to the back of the net, to put five between them. But Midleton finished the half strongly and points from O’Regan and Mulcahy saw them 1-12 to 1-5 in front at half time.
Finn and O’Regan were on target early in the second-half, with O’Keeffe replying for Blarney, to make it 1-14 to 1-6, with 33 minutes played.
But Blarney weren’t going away easily and two pointed frees from Power reduced the deficit, with Cian Dunlea also scoring, to make it 1-9 to 1-14 and it looked like we were in for a close finish.
But Midleton showed their class, as they kept their heads and slowly started to pull away from Blarney. Points from Carroll, O’Regan and Jake Shanahan saw them stretch their lead, making it 1-17 to 1-9.
Nganou then scored three in a row. and displayed all his talents with them. The first was after a great run when he kicked the sliothar over the bar. The following two came after magnificent catches and his burst of speed left his opponents for dead as he coolly slotted over the bar,
Finn and Farmer rounded off the scoring for Midleton, with Cummins getting the last score of the game for Blarney.
But it was no more than a consolation score as Midleton ran out deserving winners,
Scorers for Midleton: A Mulcahy 1-1, C Farmer, R O’Regan (1f) 0-5 each, A Nganou 0-4, K Finn 0-3, G Carroll 0-2, T O’Connell (1f), J Shanahan 0-1 each.
Blarney: J O’Keeffe 1-1, P Power 0-5 (4f, 65), B Ahern, S Barrett, M Cummins, C Dunlea 0-1 each.
MIDLETON: A Power; C O’Brien, C Murphy, D Scanlon; S Quirke, S O’Sullivan, C Evans; T O’Connell, K Finn; G Carroll, E Rowlands, A Mulcahy; R O’Regan, C Crowley, C Farmer.
Subs: A Nganou for C Evans, J Shanahan for E Rowlands, F Wade for C Farmer, R Lynch for G Carroll, G Hurley for S Quirke.
BLARNEY: E O’Neill; G Mullane, S Mullane, D Hoare; D Hurley, D Hanlon, E Doody; D Quill, B Ahern; J O’Keeffe, M Cummins, K Dunlea; S Barrett, P Power, W Crowley.
Subs: C Dunlea for E Doody, C Ahern for K Dunlea, E Kirby for W Crowley.
Referee: Brian Coniry, Crosshaven.

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.”

 

Entries for 2019

A chara,

 

Please find direct link to submit entries for Rebel Og Competitions 2019

 

=> http://rebelog.ie/competitons2019/ 

 

Any issue please email cian@rebelog.ie 

 

List of clubs as of 2pm on Monday 12th November. 

Aghabullogue

Aghinagh

Ahan Gaels

Ballinacurra

Ballinascarthy

Ballincollig GAA

Ballinhassig

Ballinora

Ballyclough

Ballygarvan

Ballyhea

Bandon

Banteer / Lyre

Bantry Blues

Barryroe gaa

Béal Áthan Ghaorthaidh

Bishopstown

BK Plunketts

Blackrock

Brian Dillons

Bride Rovers

Buttevant

Caha Óg

Canovee

Carbery Rangers

Carrig na bhfear

Carrigaline GAA

Castlehaven

Castlelyons

Castletownbere GAA

Charleville

Cill Mochomóg

Cill Na Martra

Clann na nGael

CLOUGHDUV

Courcey Rovers

Croke Rovers

Crosshaven

Diarmuid Ó Murchús

Doneraile

Donoughmore

Douglas

Dr pat o callaghans

Dromtariffe

Duarigle Gaels

Éire Óg

Erins Own

FASTNET GAELS

Fermoy Gaa

Fr O’Neills

Gabriel óg

Glanmire

Glanworth

Glen Rovers

Glengarriff

Glenville

Granard Gaels

Grenagh

Ibane Gaels

Ilen Rovers

Kanturk

Kilara Og

Kilbrittain

Kildorrery

Killavullen

Killeagh/Ita’s

Kilmacabea

kilmichael

Kiltha Og

Kinsale

Lee Gaels

Lisgoold

Macroom

Mayfield

MIDLETON GAA

Milford

Millstreet

Mitchelstown / Ballygiblin

Na Piarsaigh

Naomh Abán

Nemo Rangers

Newmarket

O Donovan Rossa

Owen Gaels

Raonaithe na Gaels

St.Oliver Plunketts

St.Nicks

Sarsfields

Shamrocks

Sliabh Luachra Gaels

Sliabh Rua

St Catherines

St Colums

St Dominics

St Kevins

St Michaels

St Patrick’s

St Patricks

St. Malachy’s

St. Marks

St. Peters

Tadhg MacCarthaigh

Tracton

Uibh Laoire

Uinsinn Naofa

Urhan

Valley Rovers

Watergrasshill

Western Gaels

Whitechurch

White’s Cross

 

Éire Óg win August Rebel Óg award

Éire Óg players Leah Hayes, Sophie O’Connell, Orlaith Cahalane, Niamh O’Shea, Edel Sheehan, Megan Sheehan and team captain Sadbh McGoldrick at the presentation of the  Rebel Og Award for August.

Éire Óg U14 ladies footballers are the August winners of the Rebel Óg monthly awards, sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs and Cummins Sports, (award sponsors), in association with the Evening Echo and RedFM, (media partners), following their All-Ireland victory in the National Féile competition.

Teams from 11 different counties and also from Britain took part in the competition, hosted by Louth, Meath and Down.  However, it was Éire Óg who claimed the Division 1 Cup in their first ever final. First up for the Cork team were  Navan O’Mahonys from whom Éire Óg were expecting strong opposition as finalists in the U14 Meath county final. The Cork team emerged victorious on a scoreline of 0-9 to 0-1. Next on Friday evening was a game against Kilkenny City.

Kilkenny City showed some individual displays of pure speed and talent but on balance, Éire Óg had the upper hand with strength in depth across a panel of 23 girls won win by 0-8 to On Saturday, the hosts were the opposition as Éire Óg overcame a dogged Seneschalstown 2-8 to 2-3 to put them into the quarter-final. So it was on to Navan O’Mahonys’ grounds to play a very highly tipped Claregalway who had narrowly beaten another experienced and highly tipped Kerry Southern Gales.

Éire Óg were victorious with exhibitions of cohesive teamwork throughout the panel in defence and attack. This performance was the cornerstone to the momentum that was gathering. Next up was a trip to St Mary’s grounds in Burren for the semi-final against Dublin’s Ballyboden/St Endas. This was probably the most physical test for Éire Óg with an aggressive display from St Endas/Ballyboden.

The ethos of teamwork and work ethic got the scores on the board in the second half the final score was no reflection on the intensity of this match, 2-5 to 0-2. Éire Óg were through to the final against a highly tipped Westport. The Cork team got off to a great start with two fine early goals and shut out the Westport attack with a series of blocks to lead 2-1 to 0-1 at half-time.</p> <p>Westport came back at them in the second-half. However, Éire Óg’s defence stood strong to win by 2-2 to 0-5. When the final whistle sounded there were great scenes of unbridled joy. Indeed, the celebrations continued late into the night after the squad arrived back to the Éire Óg club well after.

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.

County Championship Finals

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

 

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.

Regards,

Colm

More on U11 Fixtures Monster Blitz information

Premier Minor Hurling Championship games this week

Premier Minor Hurling Championship continues this week on Monday night with the following games down for decision with Q-Final championship games in Premier 1 and Premier 2 hurling championship fixtures.


Monday 13th August 2018

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship:

Midleton v Inniscarra , at Ballygarvan, 18:30;

Ballincollig v Sarsfield , at Carrigtwohill, 19:00;

Blarney v Douglas , at Delanys, 19:00;

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship:

St Finbarrs v Valley Rovers , at Carrigaline, 19:00;

All you need to know on Premier Minor Hurling Championship is here http://rebelog.ie/tag/premier-minor-hc-2018/

Rebel Og East Championship programme continues

Rebel Og West Championship programme

Please find attached West Region Championship fixtures for the next few weeks which were ratified at last nights meeting. I also attach an update on the U.14 hurling and football league playoffs

The football championships will commence during the last week of August and these fixtures will be ratified at our next meeting on Wednesday August 22nd.

All Semi Finals and finals of U.14 Football and hurling leagues to be played by that meeting as we do not want them clashing with U.12 cups and U.14 Football Championships during the month of September. I would urge clubs to contact each other immediately and agree on a date and come back to me as soon as possible so that I can make arrangements for the game.

All league fixtures have now been circulated to the clubs. Any outstanding U.16 and Minor hurling and football leagues to be played by September 30th. An automatic 50 euro fine per fixture will apply to all unplayed games on that date. We have the website up to date now and you will see the unplayed games under fixtures for each code and grade.

le meas

Eamonn


West Region Championship Fixtures August 2018
Sunday August 12th.
U.16 B 2 Hurling Final
Laochra Og v St.Patricks Kilmichael 19.00 Jer Ahern

Monday August 13th.
U.14 A Hurling S/Final
St. Colms v Bandon Castletown 19.15 M.O Leary

Tuesday August 14th.
Minor A Hurling Final
Bandon v Newcestown Clonakilty 19.30 M.O Mahony
Minor B2 Hurling Final
Cill MoChomog v St.Patricks Ballinacarriga 19.30 John Forbes

Wednesday August 15th.
U.16 A Hurling Final
Clonakilty v Owen Gaels Rossmore 19.30 C.Murphy
U.14 A Hurling S/Final
Ahan Gaels v Kinsale Bandon 19.15 S.Murphy

Thursday August 16th.
U.16 B 1 Hurling Final
Cill MoChomog v Sam Maguires Castletown 19.15 M.O Leary.

U.14 B 3 Hurling (Round Robin)
Kilbrittain v Western Gaels Newcestown 19.15 E.Sheehy

Friday August 17th.
U.16 B2 Football Round 1
Western Gaels v Tadhg Mac Carthaigh Rossmore 19.15 C.Murphy.

Sunday August 19th.
Minor B1 Hurling Final
Kilbrittain v Kinsale Barryroe 19.00 A.Whelton

Monday August 20th.
U.14 A Hurling Final
Ahan Gaels/Kinsale v St.Colms /Bandon T.B.C. T.B.C T.B.C.
U.14 B 3 Hurling Final
St. James v Kilbrittain v Western Gaels (If possible)
U.16 B2 Football Round 1
Gabriel R.2 v Sam Maguires 2 Skibbereen 19.15 D.Harmon
U.16 B2 Football Round 1
Beal Atha’nGhaorthaidh v Clann na nGael Dunmanway 19.15 Joe Kelly

Tuesday August 21st.
U.14 B 2 Hurling S/ Final Replay
Clonakilty v St.Patricks Rossmore 19.15 C.Murphy

Monday August 27th.
U.16 B1 Football Round 1
Kilbrittain v Bantry Enniskeane 19.00 D.Whyte
Minor B1 Football Round 1
Caha Og v Sam Maguires 2 Kealkil 19.00 A. Murnane
Carbery Rangers 2 v Tadhg Mac Carthaigh Leap 19.00 D.O Regan

Tuesday August 28th.
U.14 B 2 Hurling Final
Laochra Og. V Clonakilty/St.Patricks Castletown 19.00 M.O Leary
Please note extra time in all games except Finals


U.14 Hurling and Football League Playoffs
U.14 A Hurling League s/Final
Team 1 Team 2 Referee Venue Date Time
Kinsale v Newcestown T.B.C. Kinsale T.B.C. T.B.C.
U.14 A Hurling League Final
Bandon v . Kinsale/Newcestown T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C.

U.14 B1 Hurling Final
Bantry v Fastnet Gaels T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C.

U.14 B 2 Hurling Final
Clonakilty v Laochra Og T.B.C T.B.C T.B.C. T.B.C.

U.14 A Football S/Finals
St. Colms v Newcestown T.B.C. Kealkil T.B.C. T.B.C.
U.14 A Football League Final
Castlehaven v St.Colms/Newcestown T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C.

U.14 B1 Football S/Final
Ilen Rovers v Owen Gaels Castlehaven Rath 13/08/18 19.30
U.14 B1 Football League Final
Ahan Gaels v Owen Gaels/Ilen Rovers T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C.

U.14 B 2 Football League Section 1 S/Final
Kilmeen v Gabriel R. T.B.C Rossmore T.B.C. T.B.C.
U.14 B2 Football League Section 1 Final
Adrigole v Kilmeen/ Gabriel Og T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C. T.B.C.

U.14 B 2 Football League Section 2 S/Finals
Kilmacabea v Uibh Laoire T.B.C. Leap T.B.C. T.B.C.
Urhan v Glengarriff T.B.C Urhan T.B.C. T.B.C.

County U15 Championship Update

Rebel Og County U15 championship programme.

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

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue

Results


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

U15 County B Hurling Championship

Fixtures

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

Results


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

 

Squads in Hurling action

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

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

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

 

Ballinhassig win Rebel Og U15 A title

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

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

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

Rebel Og Premier Minor Football Championship 2018

Below are full details of the fixtures that are set to take place along with the competition results and details of the teams in each competition.

Team in Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Football Championship

Douglas, Carbery Rangers, Sam Maguires, St Michaels, Eire Og, Beara, Glanmire, Nemo Rangers

Teams in Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Football Championship

Ballincollig, Midleton, Valley Rovers, Mallow, St Finbarrs, Na Piarsaigh, Kilshannig, Carrigaline,

Teams in Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2A Football Championship

St Nicholas, Cobh, Granard Gaels, Bride Rovers, Owen Gaels, Ilen Rovers, Fermoy, Bishopstown,

Rebel Og Premier 1 Minor Football Championship

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue

Results


  • Date
  • Team
  • Comment
  • 22/10/2018 20:15
  • 22/10
  • St Michaels
  • 3-10  v 1-11
  • 3-10  v 1-11
  • Nemo Rangers
  • Final
  • More
  • 30/09/2018 12:00
  • 30/09
  • Sam Maguires
  • 1-14  v 2-14
  • 1-14  v 2-14
  • Nemo Rangers
  • Semi Final
  • More
  • 27/09/2018 20:00
  • 27/09
  • Eire Og
  • 2-12  v 5-10
  • 2-12  v 5-10
  • St Michaels
  • Semi Final
  • More
  • 28/08/2018 18:45
  • 28/08
  • Douglas
  • 1-8  v 2-12
  • 1-8  v 2-12
  • Nemo Rangers
  • Q/F
  • More
  • 28/08/2018 18:45
  • 28/08
  • St Michaels
  • 3-14  v 1-12
  • 3-14  v 1-12
  • Glanmire
  • Q/F
  • More
  • 24/08/2018 19:00
  • 24/08
  • Carbery Rangers
  • 0-8  v 1-9
  • 0-8  v 1-9
  • St Michaels
  • Loser Round replay
  • More
  • 13/08/2018 19:30
  • 13/08
  • Beara
  • 0-7  v 2-17
  • 0-7  v 2-17
  • Nemo Rangers
  • Loser Round
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 20:15
  • 01/08
  • Eire Og
  • 1-15  v 2-7
  • 1-15  v 2-7
  • Glanmire
  • Winners Round
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 20:00
  • 01/08
  • Carbery Rangers
  • 2-10  v 3-7
  • 2-10  v 3-7
  • St Michaels
  • Loser Round
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 19:30
  • 01/08
  • Douglas
  • 1-7  v 2-16
  • 1-7  v 2-16
  • Sam Maguires
  • Winners Round
  • More
  • 04/04/2018 20:00
  • 04/04
  • Douglas
  • 1-11  v 0-13
  • 1-11  v 0-13
  • Carbery Rangers
  • Round 1
  • More
  • 31/03/2018 15:00
  • 31/03
  • Eire Og
  • 4-15  v 1-6
  • 4-15  v 1-6
  • Beara
  • Round 1
  • More
  • 31/03/2018 14:00
  • 31/03
  • Glanmire
  • 5-8  v 2-14
  • 5-8  v 2-14
  • Nemo Rangers
  • Round 1
  • More
  • 29/03/2018 19:30
  • 29/03
  • Sam Maguires
  • 3-5  v 0-9
  • 3-5  v 0-9
  • St Michaels
  • Round 1
  • More

Rebel Og Premier 2 Minor Football Championship

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue

Results


  • Date
  • Team
  • Comment
  • 22/10/2018 18:30
  • 22/10
  • St Finbarrs
  • 1-11  v 2-15
  • 1-11  v 2-15
  • Kilshannig
  • Final
  • More
  • 07/10/2018 15:00
  • 07/10
  • Kilshannig
  • 3-8  v 1-6
  • 3-8  v 1-6
  • Mallow
  • Semi Final replay
  • More
  • 26/09/2018 20:00
  • 26/09
  • Kilshannig
  • 1-13  v 0-16
  • 1-13  v 0-16
  • Mallow
  • Semi Final
  • More
  • 24/09/2018 20:15
  • 24/09
  • Ballincollig
  • 1-9  v 5-9
  • 1-9  v 5-9
  • St Finbarrs
  • Semi Final
  • More
  • 29/08/2018 18:45
  • 29/08
  • Midleton
  • 0-6  v 2-7
  • 0-6  v 2-7
  • St Finbarrs
  • Q/F
  • More
  • 28/08/2018 18:45
  • 28/08
  • Na Piarsaigh
  • 1-13  v 3-18
  • 1-13  v 3-18
  • Mallow
  • Q/F
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 19:45
  • 01/08
  • St Finbarrs
  • 3-11  v 4-13
  • 3-11  v 4-13
  • Kilshannig
  • Winners Round
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 18:45
  • 01/08
  • Ballincollig
  • 2-8  v 1-10
  • 2-8  v 1-10
  • Mallow
  • Winners Round
  • More
  • 31/07/2018 19:30
  • 31/07
  • Midleton
  • 3-15  v 3-5
  • 3-15  v 3-5
  • Valley Rovers
  • Loser Round
  • More
  • 30/07/2018 20:15
  • 30/07
  • Na Piarsaigh
  • 3-10  v 2-9
  • 3-10  v 2-9
  • Carrigaline
  • Loser Round
  • More
  • 03/04/2018 19:00
  • 03/04
  • Valley Rovers
  • 1-10  v 4-14
  • 1-10  v 4-14
  • Mallow
  • Round 1
  • More
  • 31/03/2018 15:45
  • 31/03
  • Ballincollig
  • 1-13  v 0-7
  • 1-13  v 0-7
  • Midleton
  • Round 1
  • More
  • 31/03/2018 15:45
  • 31/03
  • St Finbarrs
  • 2-17  v 0-7
  • 2-17  v 0-7
  • Na Piarsaigh
  • Round 1
  • More
  • 31/03/2018 14:00
  • 31/03
  • Kilshannig
  • 4-20  v 1-5
  • 4-20  v 1-5
  • Carrigaline
  • Round 1
  • More

Rebel Og Premier 2a Minor Football Championship

Fixtures

  • Date
  • Team
  • Venue

Results


  • Date
  • Team
  • Comment
  • 21/10/2018 15:00
  • 21/10
  • Owen Gaels
  • 0-15  v 3-9
  • 0-15  v 3-9
  • Bishopstown
  • Final
  • More
  • 28/09/2018 20:15
  • 28/09
  • Cobh
  • 2-9  v 2-11
  • 2-9  v 2-11
  • Bishopstown
  • Semi Final
  • More
  • 21/09/2018 20:15
  • 21/09
  • Owen Gaels
  • 1-15  v 0-12
  • 1-15  v 0-12
  • Fermoy
  • Semi Final
  • More
  • 06/09/2018 18:30
  • 06/09
  • Fermoy
  • 3-13  v 1-8
  • 3-13  v 1-8
  • Bride Rovers
  • Q/F
  • More
  • 31/08/2018 19:45
  • 31/08
  • Bishopstown
  • 2-16  v 0-5
  • 2-16  v 0-5
  • Granard Gaels
  • Q/F
  • More
  • 13/08/2018 19:00
  • 13/08
  • Cobh
  • 4-13  v 3-9
  • 4-13  v 3-9
  • Bride Rovers
  • Winners Round
  • More
  • 03/08/2018 19:30
  • 03/08
  • St Nicholas
  • 2-8  v 2-13
  • 2-8  v 2-13
  • Granard Gaels
  • Loser Round
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 19:30
  • 01/08
  • Ilen Rovers
  • 0-10  v 2-8
  • 0-10  v 2-8
  • Fermoy
  • Loser Round
  • More
  • 01/08/2018 19:30
  • 01/08
  • Owen Gaels
  • 1-8  v 1-6
  • 1-8  v 1-6
  • Bishopstown
  • Winners Round
  • More
  • 29/04/2018 17:00
  • 29/04
  • Owen Gaels
  • 1-12  v 0-3
  • 1-12  v 0-3
  • Ilen Rovers
  • Round 1 off 4/4 weather
  • More
  • 31/03/2018 19:00
  • 31/03
  • Fermoy
  • 1-10  v 3-19
  • 1-10  v 3-19
  • Bishopstown
  • Round 1
  • More
  • 31/03/2018 17:30
  • 31/03
  • St Nicholas
  • 2-7  v 1-17
  • 2-7  v 1-17
  • Cobh
  • Round 1
  • More
  • 31/03/2018 15:15
  • 31/03
  • Granard Gaels
  • 0-9  v 1-11
  • 0-9  v 1-11
  • Bride Rovers
  • Round 1
  • More

Rebel Og Central Minor Championship Draw

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Football Championship
Round 1 31-Mar
A Douglas 1-11 v Carbery Rangers 0-13
B Sam Maguire’s 3-5  v St.Michaels 0-9
C Eire Óg 4-15 v Beara 1-6
D Glanmire 5-8 v Nemo Rangers 0-9
Loser Round 01-Aug
E Carbery Rangers 2-10 v St.Michaels 3-7
F Beara v Nemo Rangers
Winners Round 01-Aug
G Douglas 1-7 v Sam Maguire’s 2-16
H Eire Óg 1-15 v Glanmire 2-7
Quarter Final 28-Aug
I Winner E v Glanmire
J Winner F v Douglas
Semi Finals 24-Sep
Sam Maguire’s v Winner I
Eire Óg v Winner J
Final 22-Oct
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Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Football Championship
Round 1 31-Mar
A Ballincollig 1-13 v Midleton 0-7
B Valley Rovers 1-10 v Mallow 4-14
C St.Finbarrs 2-17 v Na Piarsaigh 0-7
D Kilshannig 4-20 v Carrigaline 1-5
Loser Round 01-Aug
E Midleton 3-15 v Valley Rovers 3-5
F Na Piarsaigh 3-10 v Carrigaline 2-9
Winners Round 01-Aug
G Ballincollig 2-8 v Mallow 1-10
H St.Finbarrs 3-11 v Kilshannig 4-13
Quarter Final 28-Aug
I Midleton v St.Finbarrs
J  Na Piarsaigh v Mallow
Semi Finals 24-Sep
Ballincollig v Winner I
Kilshannig v Winner J
Final 22-Oct
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Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Football P2A Championship
Round 1 31-Mar
A St Nicholas 2-7 v Cobh 1-17
B Granard Gaels 0-9 v Bride Rovers 1-11
C Owen Gaels 1-12 v Ilen Rovers 0-3
D Fermoy 1-10 v Bishopstown 3-19
Loser Round 01-Aug
E St Nicholas 2-8 v Granard Gaels 2-13
F Ilen Rovers 0-10 v Fermoy 2-8
Winners Round 01-Aug
G Cobh v Bride Rovers
H Owen Gaels 1-8 v Bishopstown 1-6
Quarter Final 28-Aug
I Granard Gaels v Bishopstown
J Fermoy v Loser G
Semi Finals 24-Sep
Winner G v Winner I
Owen Gaels v Winner J
Final 22-Oct
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Roll of Honour for Premier Minor Football Championship

Competition 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Premier 1 MFC St Finbarrs Douglas Carrigaline St. Finbarrs Nemo Rangers Eire Og
Premier 2 MFC Kiltha Óg Clonakilty Aghada Clonakilty Mitchelstown Carbery Rangers
Premier 2a MFC Buttevant Valley Rovers
 

 

Rebel Og East Championship programme update 25th July