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U15 County Premier Hurling Championship

Premier U15 Hurling Championship

Rebel Og Premier U15 Championship is heading to the final stages of the competition.

Rebel Og Premier 1 U15 Hurling Championship


Rebel Og Premier 2 U15 Hurling Championship


Rebel Og Premier 2a 15 Hurling Championship


Rebel Og Premier 1 U15 Hurling Challenge Cup


Rebel Og Premier 2 U15 Hurling Challenge Cup


Rebel Og Premier 2a 15 Hurling Challenge Cup


Premier U15 football championship Draw details

Rebel Og Central have confirmed that the draw for the Premier U15 football championship will take place at the Wednesday night board meeting.

Just like the hurling championship, Rebel Og Central will run a football Challenge Cup. The Challenge Cup will see the beaten Q-Finalists leave the championship and join the challenge cup.

In the Premier 1 draw will be Ballincollig, Bishopstown, Carrigaline, Douglas, Glanmire, Inniscarra, Nemo Rangers and Valley Rovers.

The Premier 2 draw will have the following clubs in the draw, Carbery Rangers, Carrigaline 2, Fermoy, Gabriel Rangers, Ibane Gales, Mallow, Midleton, St Michaels, St Nicholas and St Finbarr’s.

Once the draw takes place on Wednesday night, they will be posted on www.rebelog.ie and the opening game in the competition will take place on 14th of October.

Glen v Midleton in Premier 1 County Minor final 2017

Rebel Og County Minor Hurling Final is confirmed with Glen Rovers meeting Midleton on Monday 11th of September in P. Uí Rinn with an 8:15pm start. 

Who: Glen Rovers and Midleton 

What: Rebel Og Premier 1 Minor Hurling Championship 

Where: P.UiRinn 

When: Monday 11th of September 

How: Glen Rovers beat Douglas in the Semi-Final while Midleton over came Duhallow to book their final place. 


Midleton 2-19 Midleton 0-14

First up was meeting of Midleton and Duhallow in Mallow. A game in which both teams exchanged points early on before Midleton converted their first of their two goals. 

Once Midleton got their first goal they pulled away from Duhallow before their second goal in the 40min to ensure that the East Cork side would be in the final. 

Glen Rovers  0-15 Douglas  0-11
Glen are back in County Minor Hurling Final for the first time since 2013 when they beat Douglas by one point in UCC Mardyke. 

In a very closely game which was score for score throughout the game. The Glen at the break by two points. Again both teams exchanged points until a free on the 60 min was the difference as Glen won by a point. 


Cork Minors fall at final hurdle 

Cork Minor Hurling team came so close to winning the All-Ireland title today against Galway, but fell at the final hurdle and lost by just two points. 

All involved in Rebel Og would like to thank all involved in the squad and to all the clubs who got behind our minors who made a big impression in the 2017 champipnship. 

Winning the Munster Minor title only a few weeks ago was a great achievement for Cork on a day in which we did the double. 
Check out @officialgaas Tweet: https://twitter.com/officialgaa/status/904448931689463809?s=09

Galway crowned Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Hurling champions


Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final

GALWAY 2-17 CORK 2-15

By John Harrington at Croke Park

The appetiser before the main meal was seriously tasty as Galway edged out Cork in today’s Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final.

The young Tribesmen came into the game as underdogs but they hurled their hearts out to record a brilliant victory.

Cork had a big billing after an impressive run to the Final and their undoubted class was plain for all to see, but Galway matched them for pure skill.

But in the final reckoning it was pure hard graft that probably won them this match, because the doggedness of their tackling, hooking, and blocking was of the very highest calibre.

They showed impressive mental strength too because they shipped some heavy blows in the first half but their resolve never wavered.

Cork scored their first goal of the match straight from the throw-in as Brian Turnbull hit a ground-stroke to the back of the net after just six seconds.

And when his fellow corner-forward Evan Sheehan cracked home a brilliant second goal from a tight angle to put Cork 2-3 to 0-3 ahead after 13 minutes, it looked like the game would go like most predicted it would.

But Galway hadn’t read that script. They dug in, defended with great tenacity, and began slowing the quantity and quality of ball making its way into Turnbull and Sheehan.

At the other end of the field the strapping Sean Bleahene was starting to make his presence felt and a couple of points from him and some sure free-taking from Conor Molloy had reduced the gap to just three points at the break – 2-7 to 0-10 in Cork’s favour.

Galway’s star man Jack Canning had been well marshalled in the first-half by Cork captain Sean O’Leary Hayes, but he exploded into life in the second-half and provided Galway with the impetus to win the game.

He bore more than a passing resemblance to his uncle Joe when he smashed home two brilliant goals to the roof of the Cork net in the first ten minutes of the second-half to turn the contest on its head.

The confidence seemed to drain from the young Cork hurlers, and they struggled to find an adequate response in the face of some brilliantly aggressive Galway defending.

Canning and Bleahane were now bullying the Cork full-back line and two more points from the deadly duo pushed Galway 2-16 to 2-11 ahead.

Credit to Cork, they came with a late charge that ensured the game went right down to the wire.

Two points from the brilliant Turnbull sandwiched one from Robert Downey to reduce the gap to two points with five minutes to go.

Craig Hanafin had a half-chance to score a goal for Cork after a powerful run and smart pass from classy centre-forward Liam O’Shea, but he couldn’t get his shot off and was then suffocated by the scrambling Galway defence.

Try as they might Cork just couldn’t make any more inroads into Galway’s lead, and that was thanks largely to some truly inspirational blocking and tackling by Jeffrey Lynskey’s young charges.

When the final whistle blew Croke Park erupted as the Galway supporters hailed the perfect start to their afternoon.

It wasn’t Cork’s day, but many of their players clearly have very bright futures despite this result.

Scorers for Galway: Jack Canning 2-2, Conor Molloy 0-7 (7f), Sean Bleahene 0-5, Ben Moran 0-1, Donal Mannion 0-1, Daniel Loftus 0-1.

Scorers for Cork: Brian Turnbull 1-7 (3f), Evan Sheehan 1-0, Liam O’Shea 0-3, Craig Hanafin 0-2, Robert Downey 0-1, Daire Connery 0-1, Barry Murphy 0-1.

GALWAY: Darach Fahy; Caimin Killeen, Daniel Loftus, Darren Morrissey; Ronan Gleenon, Conor Caulfield, Mark Gill; Conor Walsh Conor Fahy; Ben Moran, Conor Molloy, Martin McManus; Sean Bleahene, Donal Mannion, Jack Canning.Subs: Shane Ryan for Martin McManus (ht), Sam McArdle for Daniel Loftus (54), Mark Kennedy for Ben Moran (56), Enda Fahy for Conor Walsh (60).

CORK: Ger Collins; Conor O’Callaghan, Sean O’Leary Hayes, Eoin Roche; Aaron Walsh Barry, James Keating, Ger Millerick; Daire Connery, Diarmuid Linehan; Craig Hanafin, Liam O’Shea, Brian Roche; Evan Sheehan, Robert Downey, Brian Turnbull.Subs: Declan Hanlon for Diarmuid Linehan (39), Barry Murphy for Aaron Walsh Barry (46)

Ref: Sean Cleere (Kilkenny)

 

County success for Douglas U14s

Douglas have been crowned Rebel Of Premier 1 County Champions following their win over Midleton by a goal. 

Played in Ballinlough, conditions were poor as both teams battled hard. 

At the break it was Douglas 2-4 to Midleton’s 1-5. 

An old saying is goals win matches and that was certainly the case here as Douglas having raised two green flags had the upper hand over a hard-working Midleton side. 

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Sars win Rebel Og Premier 1 U16 Hurling title 2017

Sarsfield are Premier 1 U16 Hurling Champions following their win over Midleton on Tuesday night. 


In a game in which both teams went toe to toe for almost 60 minutes. 


Both sides exchanged score after score as they put everything they had on the cards. 


At the break Sars led 1-8 to 0-9 as both teams kept exchanging scores. 


Sars dug deep to ensure that they would hold back the Midleton challenge in the as the clock ran out. 

Championship Programme for Rebel Og East

Fixtures from 19/08/2017 to 26/08/2017

Saturday 19th August 2017                                                 

Rebel Og East Minor B1 Hurling Championship                       

Aghada                       v      Kiltha Og            Caherlag         16:30

 

Sunday 20th August 2017                            

Rebel Og East Minor B2 East 1 Football Championship                                              

Ballinora                    v      Whitescross        Ballinhassig new pitch                                    12:00

 

 

Monday 21st August 2017                                                   

Rebel Og East Under 16 A Football Championship                   

Kinsale                       v      Aghada               Kinsale           19:00

Sliabh Rua                  v      Aghabullogue     Riverstick       19:00

Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 1 Football Championship                                          

Crosshaven                 v      Tracton               Crosshaven     19:00

Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 3 Football Championship                                          

Fr O Neills                  v      Youghal              Aghavine        19:00

Castlelyons                 v      Bride Rovers       Castlelyons     19:30

Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 4 Football Championship                                          

Glanmire                    v      St Vincents         Glanmire        19:00

Lisgoold                     v      Carraigtwohill    Lisgoold          19:00

 

Tuesday 22nd August 2017                                                  

Rebel Og East Minor B1 East 1 Football Championship                                              

Ballygarvan                v      St Malachys                                19:00

 

 

Rebel Og East U16 B2 Hurling Championship                           

Kiltha Og                    v      Nemo Rangers    Kiltha Og        19:00

 

Wednesday 23rd August 2017                                             

Rebel Og East Minor A Football Championship                        

Passage                       v      Wolfe Tones                               19:00

Rebel Og East Under 16 B1 East 1 Football Championship                                          

Ballinora                    v      Courcey Rovers  Ballinora         19:00

 

 

Thursday 24th August 2017                                                

Rebel Og East Minor B2 East 2 Football Championship                                              

Shamrocks                  v      Kinsale                                        19:00

 

 

 

 

Rebel Og East Championship Programme

Premier Minor Hurling Championship Semi-Finals

Rebel Og Central are down to the County Semi-Finals stages of the Premier Minor Hurling Championship. 

City sides Glen, Douglas, East Cork will be represented by Midleton and Duhallow will take part in Premier 1. 

Barrs, Blackrock, Shandrum and Inniscarra are in Premier 2. 

The Premier 2a will have Fermoy, Ballinhassig, Fr. O’Neills and Carrigtwohill

12 teams will battle it out for 6 places in their respective finals on Wednesday night. 

Below are full details of all the games at Premier 1, Premier 2 and Premier 2a. 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship: 

Midleton v Duhallow ,  Venue: Mallow, 18:30, S/F; 

Glen Rovers v Douglas , Venue: UCC Mardyke, 20:15, S/F; 


Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship: 

Inniscarra v St Finbarrs , Venue: UCC Mardyke, 18:30, S/F; 

Shandrum v Blackrock , Venue: Mallow, 20:15, S/F;

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship: 

Fr O Neills v Fermoy , , Venue: Killeagh, 20:00, S/F; 

Carrigtwohill v Ballinhassig Venue: Carrigaline, 20:15, S/F; 

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Glen Rovers win Premier 1 U15 County Hurling title

Sunday morning in St.Finbarrs GAA complex, Glen Rovers won the Rebel Og Premier 1 County Hurling Championship following a late goal to beat Sars 1-13 to 1-12 after an excellent game of hurling. 

 

Both teams gave it everything. The sides were level at the break and again in the second half both sides brought their ‘A’ game. The lead swapped hands on a number of occassions in the last five mins before Glen scored the winning goal on last puck of the game

 

Full Results Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 15 P1 Hurling Championship:    Sarsfield  1-12, Glen Rovers  1-13 ;

 

Photos from the Premier 1 Final http://rebelog.ie/gallery/?aid1=792786104204761 

 

 

Check out the moment that Glen Rovers were crowned U15 County Champions and captains speech after the game. 

 


 

Click the photo below to view photos from the final 2017

 

 


 

 

 

Rebel Og Premier 1 U15 County Final will see Glen Rovers and Sarsfield’s meet in the first top grade County Final of 2017. The final will take place on Sunday morning next 7th of May. 



 

 


WHO 

Glen Rovers Vs Sars 

 

WHAT 

Rebel Og Premier 1 U15 County Final 2017

 

WHERE 

St.Finbarrs Hurling and Football Togher

 

WHEN 

Sunday 7th of May at 1pm

 

HOW

The road to the finals saw both teams go down different paths. 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 15 P1 Hurling Championship: 

Q-Finals 

Sarsfield 2-11, Ballincollig  0-5,

Blackrock   5-7, Kiltha Og 4-11,

Glen Rovers 3-12, Douglas  0-11, 

St Finbarrs  0-8, Midleton 1-15,

Semi-Finals 

Glen Rovers 3-16, Kiltha Og  0-3,

Sarsfield 2-14, Midleton  1-9,

 

Final

Glen Rovers v Sarsfield 

 


 

The Role of honor of U15 Premier 1 Competitions 

 

Rebel Og are now in our sixth season since our inception. The first Rebel Og U15 Premier winners were Fr. O’Neills in 2012, this was followed up in 2013 with Sats putting their name on the trophy, they followed up and won the competition for a second time in 2015 while  Na Piarsaigh claimed it in 2014. Glen Rovers won the trophy in 2016 and are current holders. 

 

PREMIER 1 U15       HURLING CHAMPIONS

2012                 Fr O’Neills

2013                 Sarsfields

2014                 Na Piarsaigh

2015                 Sarsfields

2016                 Glen Rovers

2017                 Glen Rovers or  Sarsfields