County Minor Finals down for decision this weekend

County Finals weekend

Some big games down for decision this weekend in Minor Championship.

On the Saturday, the clash of St.Michaels against Carbery Rangers in the Premier 2 County Football championship will take place at 3:30pm in Carrigaline GAA.

Below is the path to the final for both teams and details of the championship to date.

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Football Championship

 St Michaels    3-3       1-10     Fermoy           Round 1         

Na Piarsaigh   0-10     2-11     Glanmire         Round 1

Ballincollig    1-6       1-15     Carbery Rangers      Round 1         

Mallow                        1-17     2-5       Midleton                                 Round 1

Glanmire                     0-8       0-16     Carbery Rangers         Winners round

Fermoy                        3-5       1-14     Mallow            Winners round

St Michaels    5-13     4-10     Midleton        Loser round AET     

Na Piarsaigh   0-8       2-8       Ballincollig     Loser round

Ballincollig     2-8       1-7       Fermoy            Q/F

St Michaels    1-13     2-7       Glanmire       Q/F    

Mallow                       1-12     3-9       St Michaels    Semi Final     

Carbery Rangers      3-11     2-6       Ballincollig    Semi Final     

St Michaels    –           –           Carbery Rangers      Final  




Rebel Og Minor B1 County hurling Final will see the meeting of Lisgoold and Newcestown is now off

Below is the path to final County Final

Clayton Silversprings Minor B 1 County Hurling Championship

Ballycastle Gaels            4-7      1-14             Kiltha Og      Quarter final

Kilmeen-Kilbree 1-9      5-15    Granard Gaels     Semi-Final

Granard Gaels      0-7      0-20    Lisgoold              Semifinal

Lisgoold               –          –          Newcestown       Final


Glen claim Premier 1 MHC championship

The McGrath cup is heading back to Glen Rovers for the fourth time since the Premier Minor County championship was created. 

Glen Rovers had five points to spare over Midleton in the decider on Monday night. 

In the build up to this game, both teams had great semi-finals wins with Midleton beating Duhallow and Glen getting over city rivals Douglas. 

Played in Paric Ui Rinn, Glen got the opening score, and once they took the lead, it was a lead they held for the entire match. 

Both teams had their chances in both halts to take their scores but this night belong to the Glen as they ran out winners on a score of Glen Rovers 0-19, Midleton 1-11. 

Inniscarra are Premier 2 MHC 2017

Inniscarra have got their hands on the Rebel Og Premier 2 Minor hurling championship following their win over Blackrock. 

The opening half of the game was a score for score contest as both teams exchanged points in the low scoring first half. 

Despite going three points down early in the second half, Inniscarra hit back with five unanswered points. This set them on the path to victory. 

Once Inniscarra got into the lead, they did not let it go as they ran out winners by three points, full time score 0-12 to 0-9. 

Premier 2a final will be the meeting of Fermoy and Carrigtwohill 

Carrigaline will play host to its first Premier Minor final under lights on Tuesday night. The meeting of Fermoy and Carrigtwohill will take place here. 

Who Fermoy and Carrigtwohill 

 Rebel Og Premier 2a Minor Championship final

 Carrigaline GAA complex 

 Tuesday 12th of September at 8pm

 on Fermoy were too strong for Fr.O’Neills in their Semi-Final while Carrigtwohill over came Ballinhassig to book their final place. 

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. 

Blarney win Premier 2 County title

Saturday morning in Ballinlough, Blarney won the Rebel Og Premier 2 County Hurling title following their win over East Cork side Killeagh /Itas. 

Blarney overall strength was on display as they produced a massive 60 minutes of hurling as they won the title. 

Despite Blarney’s overall strength, Killeaghitas pushed the Mid-Cork side all the way to in the game and as scores weren’t going there way, they never gave up. 

Blarney scored two excellent goals during the game that helped them on the way to success as they won 2-11 to 0-6. 

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. 

U15 A County Hurling Final

Coiste na nOg have confirmed that the final of the Rebel Og U15'A' hurling final between Bandon and Youghal will take place on Wednesday night. 

Both teams have been battling over the last number of weeks on their way to the County Final. 


Youghal U15 hurlers| Bandon U15 hurlers. 


Rebel Og U15 County final 


Mayfield GAA Complex 


on Wednesday 12th July at 7.30pm


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For Youghal, the beat Cobh in the opening round, in a game where they raised the green flag on nine occasions. Youghal then played Keal Gaels in the Q-Final and score 16 points to win by seven.  Youghal then beat Cuchullains in the Semi-Final of the competition. 

Bandon's first game in the competition came at Q-Final stages  when they put eight goals and twenty three points past Keale Gaels. In the Semi-Final, Bandon were too strong for East Cork side Lisgoold as they won by 26 points. 

Below is the full championship programme and results. 



Bandon -VS-Youghal