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Two Cork sides in Celtic Challenge Cup Finals this weekend

Rebel Og are delighted to announce that two Cork sides have qualified for the finals of 2018 Celtic Challenge competition.

Tier 1 Final will be : Cork East will play Galway McDonoughs at 2.20pm

Tier 2 Final will be : Cork West will play Tipperary South at 12.30pm

For 2018, a total of 41 teams with over 1,200 players will play in 135 games – including 5 Finals – as part of the Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge

  • The Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge is a competition for players, aged 16 and 17 years old, who are not participating in Leaving Cert Examinations during May and June 2018. 41 teams will participate in the competition.
  • The programme will run from Wednesday 2nd May to Saturday 30th June 2018.
  • The ethos of the competition is a developmental one, where an 8 week programme of meaningful games is supplemented by a 1 to 1 ratio of games to training.
  • Each team will play a minimum of 5 games through a programme that is structured on the basis of Group Stages, Preliminaries (Quarter-Finals) and Play-Offs (Semi-Finals).
  • The Group Stages will consist of 8 Groups of teams selected on a geographical and developmental basis. Matches at the Group Stages will be played on Wednesdays.
  • After the Group Stages, teams will be graded on foot of their performance and will be assigned to 1 of 5 Divisions prior to participating in the Preliminaries (Quarter-Finals) and Play-Offs (Semi-Finals) where they will play against opposition of a comparative developmental level.

 

Rebel Og u15 A & B County Championship

Rebel Og announce details of County U15 A and B hurling championship for 2018.


Please find attached the arrangements for fixtures in the A Grade U15 hurling championship commencing on Wednesday 20th June.

U15 Hurling “A” Grade ( 15 a side)

Round 1 ; Wednesday 20th June @ 7.30pm ( home team listed first)

Aghabullogue v Mallow
Fermoy v St.Catherines
Ballinhassig v Owen Gaels

Quarter Finals Wednesday 27th June @ 7.30pm (home team listed first)

1. Ballinhassig or Owen Gaels v Ibane Gaels
2. Mallow/ Aghabullogue v. Bandon
3. Shandrum v St. Kevins
4. St. Catherines/ Fermoy v. Liscarroll/Churchtown Gaels

Semi-finals; Wednesday 4th July @ 7.30pm (venues to be decided)

1 v. 2, 3 v.4

Final Wednesday 11th July @ 7.30pm


Please find attached the draws and dates for the U15B Championship which is a 13 a side competition.

U15 Hurling “B” Grade ( 13 a side)
Round 1; Wednesday 20th June @ 7.30pm ( home team listed first)

1. St. Dominics v. Ballygiblin
2. Fr. O’Neills v Castlelyons
3. St. Vincents v Donoughmore
4. Aghada v Lisgoold
5. Mayfield v Passage West
6. Laochra Og v Sam Maguires
7. Sliabh Rua v. Courcey Rovers
8. Ballycastle Gaels (Bye)

Quarter Finals; Wednesday 27th June @7.30pm ( Home team listed first)

1. St. Vincents/Donoughmore v. Ballycastle Gaels
2. Aghada /Lisgoold v Mayfield / Passage West
3. Ballygiblin /St. Dominics v Fr. O’Neills /Castlelyons
4. Laochra Og /Sam Maguires v. Sliabh Rua/ Courcey Rovers

Semi-finals

Wednesday 4th July @7.30pm ( venues to be decided)
1 v.3, 2 v. 4

Final

Wednesday 11th July @7.30pm

Cork Minor Football team has been announced for game vs Waterford

The Cork minor football team for tomorrow night’s Munster Championship game v Waterford in Pairc Ui Rinn has been announced as follows.

1 – Diarmuid Doody – Buttevent

2 – Dylan Connolly – Glanworth

3 – David Buckley – Newcestown

4- Cian O’Donovan – Glanmire

5 – Francis Cronin – Cullen

6 – Diarmaid Phelan ( Captain ) – Aghada

7 – Eoin Nation – Nemo Rangers

8 – Niall Hartnett – Douglas

9 – Richard Lombard – Ballyhooley

10 – Hugh Murphy – Eire Óg

11 – Dara O’Sullivan – St Finbarrs

12 – Evan Cooke – Ballincollig

13 – Sean McDonnell – Mallow

14 – Aodhán O’Luasa – Naomh Aban

15 – Conor Corbett – Clyda Rovers

Subs:

16 – Max White ( Sub goalkeeper ) – Douglas

17 – Daniel Harte – Douglas

18 – Darragh O’Shea – Valley Rovers

19 – Neil Lordan – Ballinora

20 – Joseph O’Shea – Urhan

21 – Andrew Whelton – Castlehaven

22 – Joseph Harte – Douglas

23 – Gavin Carey – Buttevent

24 – Michael O’Neill – Buttevent

Football squads session takes place

Rebel Og Squads

Busy day in Paric Ui Chaoimh for squads.

On Saturday afternoon, over 120 U14 footballers travelled to the astro truf pitch in Pairc Uí Chaoimh.

The game was a training session for teams from Rebel Og City East, West, North and Mid.

Under the watchful eye of the their local GDA and mentors the players took part in the games as part of their winter training programme.


Under cold sun down the banks of the Lee, the Cork footballers of tomorrow began their developement and dreams of one day representing Cork in Pairc Uí Chaoimh and other grounds wearing the red of Cork.

Thanks to all players, mentors, GDA’s and parents who’s support is vital in our development programme. 

Rebel Og Award winners for Novemeber are Bride Rovers

NOVEMBER 2017 WINNERS

BRIDE ROVERS

U16 and Minor Hurlers, County Champions

Rebel Og Award for November to Bride Rovers

The Bride Rovers U16 and Minor Hurlers, who won the County Championships, are the November 2017 winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly Awards sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, Cummins Sports (Award Sponsors) with RedFM and The Evening Echo (Media Partners).  They follow  October Winners Bandon,  September Winners, Cork Minor Hurlers, August winners Cork U17 Hurlers, July Winners Ballinora Juvenile GAA Club,  quartet of June Winners, Féile na nGael Champions Sarsfields, Na Piarsaigh, Cuchullains and St. Kevin’s.  January 2017 winners were Kiltha Óg, February Winners St. Colman’s College Fermoy, March winners Stephen O’Rourke and Niall Delany from Mallow, winners of the All-Ireland U17 Handball Championship, April Winners, Carbery Scór and the May 2017 Winners St. Francis College Rochestown, winners of the Simcox Cup.  

The 2017 season has been a tremendous one for the Bride Rovers Juvenile Club of Rathcormac/Bartlemy/Kildinan parish. The Bride Rovers Club was formed in 1928 and during the 1970’s a separate Juvenile club came into existence. For the last three years the Chairman of the Juvenile Club, which caters for hurling and football from under 6 to under18, has been Paddy Hynes. Under his leadership the Club has enjoyed a remarkable ‘Golden Era’ with no fewer than 10 County League and championship Tiles coming to the Banks of the Bride. Assisted by Secretary Lisa Collins and Treasurer Ken O’Riordan Paddy Hynes has led a fantastic group of players, team mentors and trainers.

With some under 14 players on the under 16 team and under 16 players on the Minor team the last few months have been hectic for the Club culminating with the October Bank Holiday weekend when two County Hurling Championship titles were captured. 

The Bride Rovers Under 16 hurlers participated in the North Region this year for the first time. The Championship campaign began in Kildorrery on September the 4th with a 3-20 to 0-6 win over Charleville. A week later at the same venue the team came a half time deficit to record a good semi-final win over Ballyhea on a scoreline of 2 18 to 3 8. Just three nights later at the Kilworth venue Bride Rovers crossed camáns with their neighbours Fermoy. After a great contest Bride Rovers won the Title by 1-12 to 0-11. On Sunday October the 8th they travelled to Mayfield to take on Ibane Gaels in the county Quarter Final. First half goals from Kieran Kearney and Edmond Cashman saw Bride Rovers seven points ahead. Ibane then hit seven points in a row. The teams were level at half time and twice Ibane went ahead in the second half. Unerring accuracy from frees by Cian Hogan saw Bride Rovers through by two point on a final score of 2-14 to 0-18. Six days later at high noon on Saturday October 14th Bride Rovers met Aghabullogue in the semi-final. A goal from Thomas Macek just before the break saw Bride Rovers lead by 1-11 to 2-3 at the short whistle. They added a further nine points to win by 1-20 to 3-6 and qualify for the County Final.

The County Under 16 championship decider was repeat of the North Final against Fermoy. The venue was Killeagh on Saturday October 28th. Since the North Final Bride Rovers had lost Matthew Quinn with a serious hand injury so Fermoy were confident of overturning the Kilworth result. Kieran Kearney scored an early goal for Bride Rovers and it proved to be the crucial score of the game. Having lead by four points after the first six minutes Fermoy then went a point ahead but Rovers levelled per Kieran Kearney before Cian Hogan put them up two, 1-5 to 0-6 at the break. The second half was brilliant hurling. Bride Rovers were under severe pressure holding on to a three point lead but points from Cian and David Barry saw them win by five, 1-10 to 0-8. 

The Minor Hurlers got their campaign off to a winning start on Monday July 31st. After a thriller at Mayfield Bride Rovers defeated Ballygarvan by a single point 3-16 to 2-18.  The next Minor game was the Wednesday after the All Ireland Minor Hurling Final. In Castlelyons Bride Rovers Minors faced St. Catherine’s and after a keen game they were through to the East Final v Cobh. Played in Aghada on Saturday September 16th the East Final was productive of great hurling.   Bride Rovers had plenty chances but Cobh won by a single point, 2-11 to 1-13. All was not lost however because both winners and runners up advanced in the County.  Just a week after losing to Cobh Bride Rovers faced Bandon in Ballincollig. Having lead by three points, 0-8 to 0-5, at the break Brian Roche helped Bride Rovers to a 1- 12 to 0-6 win. A week later it was down to Killeagh for the County Semi Final against Cobh, a repeat of the East Final. On this occasion Bride Rovers made no mistake with goals from Conor Barry and Brian Roche helping them to a 2-16 to 1-7 win.

The County Final was played on Bank Holiday Monday October 30th in Killavullen against Kilshannig. It was brilliant game of hurling. First half goals from Cian Hogan and Brian Roche saw Bride Rovers lead by 2-12 to 0-10 at the short whistle. A Conor Barry free put them nine ahead but back came Kilshannig with two goals. Bride Rovers never panicked and eight points in a row saw them win the County Title by 2-21 to 2-11. Joint team Captains John O’ Sullivan and Jordan Mannix were presented with the Cup by John Purcell.

Special mention must be made of the Roche brothers on their contribution to both club and Cork victories; both had an outstanding season, culminating in winning the U17 All-Ireland title with Cork.

Draw for Rebel Of County A, B1 and B2 championship

MINOR HURLING ‘A’

Quarter Finals

West Runner Up v North Runner Up

West Winner v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

East Winner v West Runner Up or North Runner Up

NorthWinner v West Winner or East Runner Up

 

MINOR HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

West Runner Up v North Runner Up

North Winner v East Runner Up

 

Semi Finals

West Runner Up or North Runner Up v East Winner

North Winner or East Runner Up v West Winner

 

MINOR HURLING ‘B2’

Quarter Finals

West Winner v East Runner Up

North Runner Up v West Runner Up

 

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Winner or East Runner Up

East Winner v North Runner Up or West Runner Up

UNDER 16 HURLING ‘A’ 

Quarter Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up

East Runner Up v North Runner Up

Semi Finals

East Winner v North Winner or West Runner Up

West Winner v East Runner Up or North Runner Up

UNDER 16 HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

East Winner v West Runner Up

North Runner Up v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

East Winner or West Runner Up v North Winner

West Winner v North Runner Up or East Runner Up

UNDER 16 HURLING ‘B2’

Semi Finals

North Winner v East Runner Up

East Winner v North Runner Up

UNDER 14 HURLING ‘A’

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up

West Winner v North Runner Up

 

UNDER 14 HURLING ‘B1’

Quarter Finals

East 1 Winner v West Runner Up

North Winner v East 1 Runner Up

East 2 Winner v North Runner Up

West Winner v East 2 Runner Up

Semi Finals

East 1 Winner or West Runner Up v West Winner or East 2 Runner Up

North Winner or East 1 Runner Up v East 2 Winner or North Runner Up

UNDER 14 HURLING ‘B2’

Quarter Finals

East Winner v North Runner Up

West Runner Up v East Runner Up

Semi Finals

North Winner v West Runner Up or East Runner Up

West Winner v East Winner or North Runner Up

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. 

Cork U17 Hurlers in All-Ireland final 2017

Cork U17 hurlers to take on Dublin in the 2017 All-Ireland final has been named.

The team will play Sundays final in Croke Park with a 12 pm start.

Below are details of their path to the final

Premier Minor Championship update 

The draw for Round 2 of Premier Minor Hurling Championship took place on Thursday night at Rebel Og Central Board meeting. 

The draw 

Bishopstown will meet Duhallow and Carbery will open their campaign against Blarney

Glen Rovers have been given a bye to Round three. 
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The second night of Rebel Og Premier Minor Championship took place on Wednesday night, with five games down for decision.

The final Premier 1 game was the meeting of Douglas and Duhallow. A very strong Douglas side played an hard working Duhallow team that were well beaten on the night. Duhallow will now join loser round pot for the draw on Thursday night.

In the Premier two, a titanic battle between St.Finbarrs and Blackrock took place in Ballinlough. The clash of the City sides went to the wire with Blackrock coming out on top despite the hard work from the Barrs who pushed them all the way to the end.

Ballincollig had six points to spare over Carrigaline in their open game, both teams pulled off some exceptional  scores during the game. Inniscarra raised the green flag on three occasions on their way to victory over Mallow, in the nights final game, Shandrum beat Eire Og by nine points as the booked their place in the winners round of the championship.

Full results are below.

Wednesday 12th July 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Duhallow  1-3 Douglas  7- 23

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship

Eire Og 2- 14 Shandrum  2- 23

Carrigaline 2- 11 Ballincollig 0- 23

St Finbarrs  2- 12 Blackrock  1-16

Mallow 0- 10 Inniscarra  3- 10


CARRIGALINE COURT HOTEL FE 18 P2 HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
Round 1
A Eire Og 2-14 v Shandrum 2-23
B Carrigaline 2-11 v Ballincollig 0-23
C St Finbarr’s 2-12 v Blackrock 1-16
D Mallow 0-10 v Inniscarra 3-10
Loser Round
E Eire Og v Carrigaline
F St Finbarr’s v Mallow
Winners Round
G Shandrum v Ballincollig
H Blackrock v Inniscarra

 


Wednesday 12th July 2017 fixture list

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Duhallow  v Douglas At Mallow @ 19:30

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship

Eire Og  v Shandrum  At Mournabbey  @ 19:30

Carrigaline   v Ballincollig At Ballygarvan   @ 19:30

St Finbarrs 2-12 v Blackrock 1-16

Mallow   v Inniscarra   At Blarney @ 19:30


Full Championship Draws in Premier Minor Hurling http://rebelog.ie/pmhc/ 


Opening games take place in Premier Minor Hurling Championship

The opening games in the Carrigaline Court Hotel Premier 1 Rebel Og Minor Hurling Championship took place on Tuesday night.

Full coverage will be on Wednesday Evening Echo and updates on 96fm and C103.

County champions Na Piarsaigh opened their account with a win over Blarney in Delaney’s. Led by Blake Murphy and Evan Sheehan they ran out winners by 12 points. Cork Minor hurling captain Sean O’Leary Hayes led Midleton to an 8 point win over Glen Rovers in UCC Maradyke. In the opening game of the night Sars beat Bishopstown by 17 points on their way to booking their place in round 3 of the championship.

In the Premier 2a competition, Carrigtwohill, Fermoy, Killeagh/Itas and Fr.O’Neills booked their place in Round three winners play-off following their wins tonight.

Carrigtwohill raised four green flags during their game with Valleys winning 4-16 to 2-4. Fermoy and Ballinhassig was a close contest before the North Cork side pulled away winning 2-12 to 2-7.

Four goals for Killeagh-Itas helped them on their way to victory over Sliabh Rua and Fr.O’Neills raised 17 white flags as they beat Aghabullogue in their opening game.

The Results in Full

Tuesday 11th July 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Sarsfields  2- 21 Bishopstown  1- 7

Blarney 1- 9 Na Piarsaigh 2- 21

Glen Rovers 1- 14 Midleton 1- 22

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship

Valley Rovers 2- 4 Carrigtwohill 4- 16

Fermoy 2- 12 Ballinhassig 2- 7

Sliabh Rua 1- 8 Killeagh/Itas  4- 7

Fr O Neills 4- 17 Aghabullogue  1- 8

 


Premier 1 Draw update

One more Round 1 game will take place on Wednesday night with the meeting of Duhallow and Douglas game that is taking place in Mallow at 7:30pm.

The winner of this will go to Round three while the loser of this game along with  Tuesday night beaten Round 1 sides Glen Rovers, Blarney and Bishopstown. Carbery who got a bye in Round 1 will be in the Pot for Round 2. Four teams will be drawn out with Carbery already selected as one of the teams, the fifth team will get a bye to Round Three.

The Draw will take place on Thursday night at Rebel Og Central board meeting. Details will be posted on www.rebelog.ie as soon as the draw is made.


Premier 2a Draw update following Tuesday Nights games. 

Following Tuesdays Premier 2a games, the four winning teams have moved to Round 2 winners group. They will now play-off for a place in the County Semi-Final, with the losers of this round going to the Q-Finals.

On the other side of the draw, the four losing teams from Round 1 will go to Round 2 Losers group where they will place off for a place in the Q-Final of the competition.

Below is full details of the draw.

Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship
Round 1
Valley Rovers 2-4 v Carrigtwohill 4-16
Fermoy 2-12 v Ballinhassig 2-7
Sliabh Rua 1-8 v Killeagh Itas 4-7
Fr O’Neills 4-17 v Aghabullogue 1-8
27-Jul
Loser Round 2
Valley Rovers v Ballinhassig
Sliabh Rua v Aghabullogue
Winners Round 2
Carrigtwohill v Fermoy
Killeagh/Itas v Fr.O’Neills

 


 

Tuesday 11th July 2017

 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Sarsfield  v Bishopstown  At UCC Mardyke  @ 18:30

Blarney  v Na Piarsaigh At Delanys  @ 19:30

Glen Rovers v Midleton    At UCC Mardyke  @ 20:00

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship

Valley Rovers v Carrigtwohill At Ovens @ 19:30

Fermoy  v Ballinhassig  At Carrigaline  @ 19:30

Sliabh Rua  v Killeagh/Itas   At Cobh @ 19:30

Fr O Neills  v Aghabullogue At Mayfield  @ 19:30


Wednesday 12th July 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Duhallow  v Douglas At Mallow @ 19:30

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship

Eire Og  v Shandrum  At Mournabbey  @ 19:30

Carrigaline   v Ballincollig At Ballygarvan   @ 19:30

St Finbarrs v Blackrock  At Ballinlough  @ 19:30

Mallow   v Inniscarra   At Blarney @ 19:30




 

Rebel Og Award goes to Carbery Scor

APRIL 2017 WINNERS

CARBERY SCÓR

All-Ireland Finalists

 Tadhg MacCarthaigh

Sam Maguires

Clann na nGael

Carbery Rangers

The April 2017 winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly Awards sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, Cummins Sports (Award Sponsors) with RedFM and The Evening Echo (Media Partners) are the CARBERY SCÓR GROUP featuring 4 clubs.  They follow January 2017 winners Kiltha Óg, February Winners St. Colman’s College Fermoy and March winners Stephen O’Rourke and Niall Delany from Mallow, winners of the All-Ireland U17 Handball Championship.  2016 winners were Na Piarsaigh Minor Hurlers, Cork Ladies Minor Football Team, Sarsfield U14 Camogie Team, Glen Rovers U14 Hurlers, Mizen Rovers, Mitchelstown CBS, Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál Blarney, Kilmurry Footballers, Buttevant Underage GAA Club and Mitchelstown Footballers and Ballygiblin Hurlers, Kilshannig Hurling Teams and Mallow Juvenile GAA Club.  2015 winners were Ahán Gaels, Midleton U15 Footballers, Cork’s Eimear Scally, Aghabullogue U16 Hurlers, Cork U15 Development Squad, Douglas U14 Footballers, St. Finbarrs U14 Hurlers, Christian Brothers Cork, Coláiste Chríost Rí, Coláiste an Phiarsaigh (Camogie) Sacred Heart Clonakilty (Camogie) and Ilen Rovers.

 


 

What an extraordinary year it’s been for Carbery Scor! Having not one, but four participating clubs at The Waterfront Hall in Belfast for the All Ireland Scór na nÓg final ensured that there was applause aplenty for the West Cork contingent for the competitors from Carbery Rangers, Clann na nGael, Sam Maguires and Tadhg MacCarthaigh.

 


Scór in West Cork, had its inaugural meeting at Ballinascarthy Hall in 1969 with Bill Hart, Danny Warren, the late Michael McCarthy and the officers of the Carbery Board. Bill Hart, a proud Carbery Rangers man, has remained steadfastly at the helm of Scor and is an encouraging voice to all Clubs and participants at local and regional competitions. How fitting it was that Bill recently received the Presidential medal from an t-Uachtarán Aoghan Ó Fearghaill for his distinguished service to the GAA and in particular to Scór.

 


Scór is a celebration of our living culture, our music, our song, our dance, our drama and storytelling, found alive and flourishing in every parish in the 32 counties of Ireland and especially so in the Carbery division. This year, 17 out of the 26 Clubs in Carbery participated in Scór na nÓg. This is first and foremost a tribute to the hard working Scór committees in each of our Clubs, to the parents, mentors and coaches and also to the support and encouragement we get from the Carbery Divisional Board who are always eager to promote all aspects of Scór. In 2016 the Carbery Scór committee along with the divisional Carbery Board held a very successful 1916 commemorative night at St. Mary’s Theatre, Rossmore, in which the representatives from each of the Clubs performed on the night.

 


Although Scór is alive and well in the Carbery division, it still needs a catalyst to give it the promotion and driving force it needs each year and that sums up the very vibrant Carbery Scór committee, comprising of Bill Hart, Gabrielle Crowley, Michael Kearns, Geraldine Keohane, Liam Hodnett, Micheál Ó Súilleabháin and Helen Collins. Meeting regularly in The Celtic Ross Hotel in Rosscarbery, the committee are presently organising a celebratory night on May 12th to promote and encourage participation in Scór and also to thank the hard working Scór committees at local level. Carbery has enjoyed unprecedented success in 2017 so its important to celebrate this success and also to thank the people who made it possible.

 


To have four Clubs from the Carbery division in an All-Ireland final in the illustrious Waterfront Theatre in Belfast is phenomenal and we are so proud of our competitors. Sam Maguires Club was represented by Shannon Buttimer in Recitation with her rendition of ‘Mary Ann McGee’. Carbery Rangers competed in the ballad group with Joan O’Donovan, Aoife MacSweeney, Kate Creedon, Orlagh O’Gorman and Rachel Hodnett singing ‘Through the eyes of an Irish Man’ and Níl ‘na Lá’. Tadhg MacCarthaigh performed ‘A Dream of Skibbereen’ in the drama/léiriú competition, the same discipline that Tadhg MacCarthaigh won an All Ireland back in 1988. Taking part for Tadhg MacCarthaigh were: Oisín Daly, Rory Kingston, Eugene Daly, Catríona Keohane, Katie Daly, Timothy Farrell, Maeve Kingston and Louise Keohane. Clann na nGael all flew the Carbery colours when they competed in the music section with a selection of reels and jigs entitled ‘The Monaghan Jig’ and ‘Johnny Cronin’s Reel. Taking part for Clann na nGael were: Davina Connolly, Saoirse Connolly, Molly McQueen and Andrew Collins.

 


There is an onus on every member of Cumann Luthchleas Gael to promote and support our language and culture. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Carbery Division and we are so proud, as the Carbery Scór committee to play a part in this. Go n-éirí go deo le Scór!