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Cork Teams in action at National Feile Peile 2018

Rebel Og sides quest to win National Feile comes to an end after an exciting weekend that took place in Meath.

Cork sides Douglas, Ballinora and Blarney traveled in hope of All-Ireland honors.

In  Division 1, Douglas qualified for the Feile Cup section Semi-Finals following two wins and a draw at the group stages.

Division 5, saw Ballinora qualify for the Semi-Finals in second place in their group following two wins.

Blarney topped their group in Division 8 when they won their three group games.

In the Q-Finals stages both Douglas and Ballinora’s journey came to an end as both teams were beat. Blarney became Cork’s last remaining side in National Feile when they booked a semi-final place with a win over Clann na nGael 4-2 to 2-1.

Blarney’s journey in National Feile came to an end at the Semi-Final place as they came up short in Down.

 


This weekend three Cork sides will head to National Feile Peile as Cork representatives.

Douglas, Ballinora and Blarney who won their respective Feile competitions in Cork will be in Meath this weekend.

Rebel Og will be following there path to what we hope will be All-Ireland success. Check out our Twitter and website for more.

 


 

 


Blarney are in All-Ireland Feile Semi-Finals


Douglas crash out of National Feile Peile


Ballinora fall short in Feile Peile


Feile Peile update @2.38 on Sat 30th June

Three teams have qualified for Cup Q-Finals.

Douglas topped their group with two wins and a draw

Ballinora second place
Two wins and a loss

Blarney won all their games.

All three teams are playing Q-finals at 3pm


Feile Skills Iomaint & Peil 2018.

On Saturday 12th of May, Rebel Og are holding a Feile Skills competitions on Saturday 12th of May which will be hosted by Rebel Og Coaching. The venue for the event will be confirmed in the coming days. 

The County final section will take place on 19th of May.

Attached below are information on the hurling skills and football skills.

Feile-na-nGael-Skillstar-Hurling

Feile-na-nÓg-Skillstar – Football

Feile Hurling success for St.Finbarrs

Corks’s Division 1 reps at National Feile for 2018 will be St.Finbarrs’ after their captured the ‘Dava O’Brien’ Feile hurling title after a one point win over Bride Rovers in the final on Friday night.

Played in Togher in front of a big crowd, both teams put on a wonderful display of hurling as they battled it out for a place in National Feile .

At the half point, their was just a point between the teams

As the second half commenced, both teams up their effort and battle hard for the all important scores, the ‘Barrs one point lead at the break was once again the difference at full time when they ran out winners by a single score.

FEILE NA nÓG – SCHEDULED FOR THIS COMING SATURDAY

As a result of the recent spell of very bad weather including heavy snowfalls, and ice cold winds many grounds are still in recovery mode and club’s may find it difficult to host a Group of Feile na nÓg fixtures this coming Saturday.

These fixtures would require grounds to be able to stage 2 games at the same time with 8 to 10 games in all required to complete the group.

While today is a good sunny day the forecast for Thursday and Friday this week sees a return to rain again which may see grounds being unavailable were the programme to stand.

Coiste na nÓg have decided therefore to cancel Saturday’s fixtures so that late cancellations can be avoided were the fixtures programme to stand.
A rescheduled date will issue by Friday Next 23rd March 2018.