Premier Minor Hurling Championship

  • Jul 29,2017

This weekend in the Rebel Og Premier Minor Hurling Championship there are some big games down for decision.


In the Premier 1 competition, Carbery will make their first appearance in this season's competition when they face Blarney. A win for the West side will see Blarney exit the competition, while for Carbery this is their first game and so a loss for them will create a Round 3 in the competition.


In a winner takes all game, Bishopstown and Duhallow meet in Mallow to get their championship back on the road again.


In the Premier 2 competition their will be two back door games and two Semi-Final place play-offs.


Eire Og and Carrigaline will clash in Delaneys GAA grounds in a winner takes all game while out in Blarney Barrs and Mallow will battle it out to move on to the Q-Finals

Also in Delaney, Shandrum and Ballincollig will meet and in Caherlag, Blackrock will play Inniscarra. In both these games, the winners will progress to County Semi-Final while the runners up will head to the Q-Final.


Final game on Sunday is the Premier 2a championship meeting of Carrigtwohilland Fermoyin Riverstownthe like in the last two games in Premier 2, the winners will book a place in the Semi-Final while the loser goes to Q-Final.


Sunday 30th July 2017


Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship


Carbery v Blarney @ Coachford at 6:00 Round 2

Bishopstown v Duhallow@ Mallowat7:00 Round2


Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship


Eire Og v Carrigaline @ Delanys at 1:00 Loser Round

St Finbarrs v Mallow @Blarney at 1:30 Loser Round

Shandrum v Ballincollig @ Delanys at 3:00 Winners Round

Blackrock v Inniscarra@ Caherlagat5:30 winners Round


Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship


Carrigtwohill v Fermoy@ Riverstownat 7:00 PMWinners Round