Buttevant win Rebel Og Division 3 Feile Peile
- May 01,2017
Rebel Og Division 3 Feile PeileFinal was brought to a close today in Mayfield, following Buttevant's one point win over Kiltha Og in the final.
Played in a sun set Mayfield GAA field, the game opened up with Buttevant going in an early lead. Two opening points were followed up with a goal. With the North Cork side building up an early lead within the first 10mins.
Kiltha Og hit back on the 14th min with a superb goal. At the break Buttevant lead 1-4 to 1-0.
The second hald both teams rallied as they wanted to book there place in the National Feile Finals, Try as they might, Kiltha Og couldn't break down Buttevant's 4 point lead and in the last kick of the game, Kiltha Og got a goal. However there was no time left as Buttevant booked their place in Cavan for National Feile Peile 2017 as Cork's third side traveling.
Monday 01st May 2017
Evening Echo Feile Peile Division 3 Final
Semi-Final 1 Kiltha Og v Shamrocks @Mayfield 17:00
Semi-Final 2 Blarney v Buttevant @Mayfield 17:00
Final Buttevant 2-6 V Kiltha Og 2-5 Mayfield 18:00
Please note kilta og v shamrocks is on pitch 1-dressing rooms in complex
Blarney v Buttevant is on pitch 2 across the road, dressing rooms across the road.
The final will be played on pitch 1
The concluding stages in the Evening Echo Féile Peile Division 3 ( U14 A grade teams) will be played next Monday at Mayfield with the semi-finals at 5pm and the final at 6pm. The winners, along with the Division 1 champions,Douglas, and Division 2 winners, Ballinora, will represent Cork at the National Féile in Ulster in June.
This grade is for B1 and B2 teams and is a 13 a side competition. Kiltha Óg qualified for this stage by emerging from a group which included Mayfield, St. Catherines and Passage. They play Shamrocks in their semi-final and the Shanbally boys defeated Whites Cross, Catlelyons and Carrignavar to reach this stage.
Blarney meet Buttevant in the second semi-final which promises to be a keenly contested affair. Buttevant had victories over Ballinhassig, Naomh Abán and Aghabullogue in the earlier stages. Blarney defeated Duargile Gaels from the Millstreet area, Grenagh and the new amalgamation Owen Gaels, which draws its players from the Ballinscarthy and St. Oliver Plunketts clubs.