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Rebel Og Central honour referees who took charge of County Finals 2017

Rebel Og Central honoured the referees who took  charge of finals during 2017 in Carrigaline Court Hotel on Friday night.

To date, 24 referees have taken charge of finals that have been played during the season.

The event was held in the ballroom in Carriglaine Court Hotel, Cian O Brien, PRO Rebel Og, acted as MC for the evening, speakers on the night included Chairman of Cork GAA, Ger Lane, Secreatry of Coiste na nOg, Jim Healy and Chairman of Rebel Og Central, Michael O’Mahony.

All three speakers thanked all the referees for their support and hard work during the last twelve months in ensuring that games across Rebel Og, at adult grade and schools / colleges levels are refereed.

One of the biggest acknowledgements on the night was awarded to referees secretary, Bernard Corcoran who was present after been out of action recently.

Referee John Ryan, who spoke on behalf of the referees said that, “Bernard’s work with referees is outstanding, giving referees plenty of notice when games are set to take place and always finishing each notification text with let me know ASAP”.

Guests on the night included PRO Cork GAA board Donal Leahy along with County boards Children’s officer Noel O’Callaghan. Rory Noonan of Evening Echo also attend the event.

Officers of Rebel Og Central attended the night including Donal O’Leary (secretary) Terry Brady (PRO), Martin O’Brien (treasurer) Jack Dorgan (Irish Officer) and Bernie O’Mahony (CCCC).

 

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


 

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.

U16 Football Premier 1, Premier 2 and Premier 2a Championship

Rebel Og Premier U16 Football championship has been up and running over the past two weeks. Full update on stages of the competition is below. Check out all you need to know about this years competition.

Upcoming Fixtures

Fixtures from 17/09/2017 to 24/09/2017

Thursday 21st September 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Challenge Cup

Team 1   Team 2  Venue Time

Midleton  v Cobh   Cobh 19:30

 

Saturday 23rd September 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Championship

Team 1   Team 2  Venue Time

Nemo Rangers  v Carbery Rangers

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Chalenge Cup

Team 1   Team 2  Venue Time

Beara  v Ballincollig

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Championship

Team 1   Team 2  Venue Time

Mallow  v Valley Rovers   Delanys 12:00

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Challenge Cup

Team 1   Team 2  Venue Time

St Michaels  v Castlehaven

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Football Championship

Team 1   Team 2  Venue Time

Ibane Gaels  v Eire Og

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2A Football Challenge Cup

Team 1   Team 2  Venue Time

Ballygarvan  v St Nicholas   Delanys 14:00


Rebel Og U16 Championship Draws

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Championship
  Quarter Final    
A Carrigaline v St Finbarr’s
B Bishopstown v Douglas
C Nemo Rangers v Beara
D Ballincollig v Carbery Rangers
Semi Final
Winner A v Winner B
Winner C v Winner D
Final
v
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Chalenge Cup
Semi Final
Loser A v Loser B
Loser C v Loser D
Final
v
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Championship
  Quarter Final    
A St Michaels v Mallow
B Castlehaven v Vallet Rovers
C Buttevant v Midleton
D Coch v Glanmire
Semi Final
Winner A v Winner B
Winner C v Winner D
Final
v
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Chalenge Cup
Semi Final
Loser A v Loser B
Loser C v Loser D
Final
v
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Football Championship
Quarter Final
A Na Piarsaigh v Passage
B Macroom v Ballygarvan
C Wolf Tones v Ibane Gales
D St Nichlas v Eire Og
Semi Final
Winner A v Winner B
Winner C v Winner D
Final
v
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2A Football Chalenge Cup
  Semi Final    
Loser A v Loser B
Loser C v Loser D
Final
v

 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Championship
Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Comment  
Carrigaline 1-9 2-10 St Finbarrs
Nemo Rangers 6-11 2-5 Beara
Bishopstown 3-7 2-9 Douglas
St Finbarrs 3-19 2-5 Bishopstown S/F
Ballincollig 1-8 2-10 Carbery Rangers Q/F
Nemo Rangers Carbery Rangers Semi Final
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Football Chalenge Cup
Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Comment  
Carrigaline 1-10 3-7 Douglas Semi Final
Beara Ballincollig Semi Final
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Championship
Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Comment  
Buttevant 4-16 1-5 Midleton Q/F
Cobh 4-5 2-18 Glanmire Q/F
Castlehaven 0-13 3-10 Valley Rovers Q/F
St Michaels 1-10 3-10 Mallow Q/F
Buttevant 0-11 0-12 Glanmire Semi Final
Mallow Valley Rovers Semi Final
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Football Challenge Cup
Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Comment  
Midleton Cobh Semi Final
St Michaels Castlehaven Semi Final
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Football Championship
Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Comment  
Macroom 3-12 2-6 Ballygarvan Q/F
Wolfe Tones 1-7 3-11 Ibane Gaels Q/F
Na Piarsaigh 0-3 6-16 Passage West Q/F
St Nicholas 2-7 2-8 Eire Og Q/F
Passage West 3-4 2-10 Macroom Semi Final
Ibane Gaels Eire Og Semi Final
Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2A Football Challenge Cup
Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Comment  
St Nicholas 8-14 7-14 Wolfe Tones S/F AET
Na Piarsaigh 5-5 7-9 Ballygarvan Semi Final
Ballygarvan St Nicholas Final

 


Roll of honor 

PREMIER 1 U16 FOOTBALL
2012 Douglas
2013 Douglas
2014 Ballincollig
2015 Nemo Rangers
2016 Beara
PREMIER 2 U16 FOOTBALL
2012 Clonakilty
2013 Bantry Blues
2014 Aghada
2015 Carbery Rangers
2016 Valley Rovers
PREMIER 2A U16 FOOTBALL
2016 Kilshannig

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. 

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.