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Éire Óg win August Rebel Óg award

Éire Óg players Leah Hayes, Sophie O’Connell, Orlaith Cahalane, Niamh O’Shea, Edel Sheehan, Megan Sheehan and team captain Sadbh McGoldrick at the presentation of the  Rebel Og Award for August.

Éire Óg U14 ladies footballers are the August winners of the Rebel Óg monthly awards, sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs and Cummins Sports, (award sponsors), in association with the Evening Echo and RedFM, (media partners), following their All-Ireland victory in the National Féile competition.

Teams from 11 different counties and also from Britain took part in the competition, hosted by Louth, Meath and Down.  However, it was Éire Óg who claimed the Division 1 Cup in their first ever final. First up for the Cork team were  Navan O’Mahonys from whom Éire Óg were expecting strong opposition as finalists in the U14 Meath county final. The Cork team emerged victorious on a scoreline of 0-9 to 0-1. Next on Friday evening was a game against Kilkenny City.

Kilkenny City showed some individual displays of pure speed and talent but on balance, Éire Óg had the upper hand with strength in depth across a panel of 23 girls won win by 0-8 to On Saturday, the hosts were the opposition as Éire Óg overcame a dogged Seneschalstown 2-8 to 2-3 to put them into the quarter-final. So it was on to Navan O’Mahonys’ grounds to play a very highly tipped Claregalway who had narrowly beaten another experienced and highly tipped Kerry Southern Gales.

Éire Óg were victorious with exhibitions of cohesive teamwork throughout the panel in defence and attack. This performance was the cornerstone to the momentum that was gathering. Next up was a trip to St Mary’s grounds in Burren for the semi-final against Dublin’s Ballyboden/St Endas. This was probably the most physical test for Éire Óg with an aggressive display from St Endas/Ballyboden.

The ethos of teamwork and work ethic got the scores on the board in the second half the final score was no reflection on the intensity of this match, 2-5 to 0-2. Éire Óg were through to the final against a highly tipped Westport. The Cork team got off to a great start with two fine early goals and shut out the Westport attack with a series of blocks to lead 2-1 to 0-1 at half-time.</p> <p>Westport came back at them in the second-half. However, Éire Óg’s defence stood strong to win by 2-2 to 0-5. When the final whistle sounded there were great scenes of unbridled joy. Indeed, the celebrations continued late into the night after the squad arrived back to the Éire Óg club well after.

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Cork Underage Football Squads continue to excel

Saturday 18th August saw further positive indications of underage football improvements with the Fé 15 West squad capturing the national competition in Offaly and the Fé 16’s capturing the Inter County League in Mallow.

 

The Fé 16 squad were impressive in beating Galway, Roscommon and Dublin in a thrilling final. The standard of football on display was excellent and provides tentative grounds for optimism as this group head to the Minor Fé 17 grade in 2019. The other Cork Fé 16 team failed to emerge from their group suffering defeats to Galway and Dublin.

The Fé 15 West and East squads were in Offaly for the concluding parts of the Adam Mangan National Football Tournament where 33 teams took part. Both teams had won their group games in the Gradings Day on July 28th. The East Squad were short a few key players which upset their momentum from the Gradings Day. They performed well but missed out on qualification on goal difference from their group with Galway and Wicklow.

The West Squad, buoyed up by their recent success in the Munster Competition, were in excellent form once again and remain unbeaten this year winning out the Tournament. They beat Mayo in the quarter final before seeing off a determined challenge from the home county (Offaly) before advancing to beat North Kerry in the final on a scoreline of 3-11 to 1-09.

Our Fé 14 footballers were also in action. On this occasion, our West and Mid West squads were merged and our City East and North squads were playing together for the first time. Kerry and Mayo were the visitors to Mallow for a 2 groups  of 3 format. Both Cork sides acquitted themselves well with both narrowly losing to the Kerry sides while both beat Mayo convincingly.

Overall a very positive day at the office and another day which will stand to the players in their development. Great credit is due to the club coaches, parents and of course the mentors who work so hard with these squads.

Rebel Og hurling Squads

Cork U14 Hurling squads 2018

At U14 Level players are mostly kept in the regions. Each region would carry 30 players. A lot of the work goes in the clubs and schools at this age. In July/August the top players from each region would then be put forward for the county team. Cork have played Waterford, Tipperary, Kilkenny and Dublin in recent challenge games.

U14 Hurling Panel

Adam Walsh -Bride Rovers
Ben Murphy -Cobh
Ben Nyhan -Clyda Rovers
Ben O’Connor -St Finbarrs
Bill Kingston -Mallow
Brendan Lehane -Watergrasshill
Brian Healy -Laochra óg
Brian Lowney -Inniscarra
Cillian Fitzpatrick -Fermoy
Cillian Tobin -Bride Rovers
Colm O’Regan -Watergrasshill
Conor Dunne -Bishopstown
Conor Hazelwood -Bride Rovers
Conor O’Sullivan -Ahane Gaels
Daniel O’Donovan -Courcey Rovers
Darragh O’Brien -Glanworth
Darragh O’Sullivan -Ballinhassig
David Barry -Bride Rovers
David Cremin -Midleton
Davis Casey -Eire óg
Diarmuid Healy -Lisgoold
Eamon Twomey -Bandon
Eoin O’Leary -Glen Rovers
Fionn Crowley -St Finbarrs
Gearoid O’Brien -St Catherines
Harry Nevin -Douglas
Hugh O’Connor -Newmarket
Jack Corcoran -Youghal
Jack Leahy -Kiltha óg
James Dwyer -Ballincollig
Jamie Magner- Kilavullen
John Ahern -Kiltha óg
Jonathon O’Leary -Valley Rovers
Josh Ahern -Bride Rovers
Kevin Lyons -Ballygarvan
Kris O’Callaghan -Kinsale
Lee O’Sullivan -Blackrock
Liam O’Driscoll -Na Piarsaigh
Matthew O’Callaghan -Sarsfields
Micéal O’Mahony -Ballygarvan
Michael Finn -Midleton
Niall Kelly -Newcestown
Paul Graham -Sliabh Rua
Ronan O’Connell -Bride Rovers
Sean Cronin -Glen Rovers
Shane Kennedy -St Finbarrs
Tadhg O’Connell -Ballincollig
William Buckley -St Finbarrs

U14 Mentors
Ger O Regan – St Finbarrs
Paul O Leary – Blarney
Pa O Brien – Glanworth
Vincent Hudnor – Granard Gaels
Barry Hazelwood – Bride Rovers
Ciaran O Brien – St Itas
Colm Crowley – Killeagh
Paudie O Brien – Midleton

U15 Cork Hurling Squads

The Cork U15 squad was picked in May after the Munster U15 Interdivisional tournament. East Cork were the only side to qualify for the semi finals this year along with 3 Tipperary divisions. East Cork overcame all challenges and won out the tournament. Our other regional teams all competed in group stages and all narrowly lost out by score difference and small margins.

The county teams have played challenge games against Kilkenny, Tipperary, Galway, Laois to get the sides ready for the new format U15 Arrabawn All Ireland tournament in Tipperary. We were drawn to play Kilkenny in the quarter final on 4th August to determine who would qualify for the CUP semi-final, the losers qualifying for the SHIELD semi-finals. After tough game that went to extra time, Cork ran out winners after to go through to the Cup semi finals where they will play a strong Clare side this weekend.

The B Squad had 2 great wins to beat Kilkenny and Kerry to qualify for the Cup semi final in the tier 2 competition where we take on Galway.

U15 Hurling Panel

Brian Dineen – Aghabullogue
David O’Sullivan – Ballincollig
Brian Keating – Ballincollig
Shane Kingston – Ballinora
Cathal Wilson – Ballycastle Gaels
Dan Roche – Ballycastle Gaels
Richard Murphy – Bandon
Eoin O’Neill – Blarney
Denis McSweeney – Blarney
Eoin Kirby – Blarney
Edmond Cashman – Bride Rovers
Billy Connolly – Carraig na bhFear
Justin Oke – Carrigtwohill
David Joseph – Carrigtwohill
Colm McCarthy – Castlelyons
Mark Howell – Douglas
Daire Burke – Douglas
Eoin Downey – Glen Rovers
Donough Coughlan – Glen Rovers
Sean Killeen – Granard Gaels
Fergal Walsh – Ibane Gaels
Sean Walsh – Ibane Gaels
Sean Henchion – Ibane Gaels
Joseph Enright – Inniscarra
Colin Walsh – Kanturk
Tommy Walsh – Kanturk
Jamie Fogarty – Killeagh
George Walsh Wallace – Killeagh
Ciaran Sice – Kiltha óg
Izaac Walsh – Lisgoold
Ciarmhac Smyth – Midleton
Alex Quirke – Midleton
Darragh McCarthy – Midleton
Brion Saunderson – Midleton
Shane O’Mahony – Na Piarsiagh
Cian Connery – Na Piarsiagh
Richard O’Sullivan – Newcetown
Sean Daly – Sam Maguires
Rory O’Sullivan – St Finbarrs
Ciaran O’Sullivan – St Kevins
Thomas Curran – St Kevins
Jonathon Kenneally – Valley Rovers
Conor Callinan – Valley Rovers
Cillian Egan – Whitechurch
Culann Geary – Youghal
Enda Cronin – Youghal
Oisin Hill – Youghal

U15 Mentors
Jamie Wall – Kilbrittain
Jamie Desmond – Newcestown
Ger Geary – killeagh
Gavin Webb – Carrignavar
Dara O Callaghan – Blackrock
Stephen Higgins – Na Piarsaigh
Tony Leahy – Holycross Ballycahill
Danny O Leary – Newmarket
Dave Heaphy – Mitchelstown/Ballygiblin

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Cork U16 Hurling squads

Cork have played in two tournaments to date in Kerry last March where they ran out winners of the Todd Nolan beating limerick in semi-final and Waterford in the final. They also won the Kiladangen tournament where they beat Galway, Kilkenny and Tipperary. With some players on the county minor squad it was decided earlier in the season to allow players play in the regional Celtic League competition.

This worked out great as it ensured a lot of the players played at a good level in the regions, with both the East and West sides going all the way to the finals. The county teams only got going in July, sixty one players have got game time over the course of twelve matches to date. Games were played against Midleton & Blarney Minors, Galway, Kilkenny, Tipperary and Dublin in recent weeks.

U16 Hurling Panel

Evan Cullinane – Ballinhassig
Dylan Collins – Ballycastle Gaels
Darragh Flynn – Ballygiblin
Tim Twohig – Bandon
Callum O’Shaughnessy – Banteer
Cian McCarthy – Blackrock
Michael O Mahony – Blarney
Sean Walsh – Carrigtwohill
Leon Doocey – Castlelyons
Conor Reynolds – Charleville
Brandon Murphy – Dromtarriffe
Darragh Daly – Fermoy
Jake Carr – Fermoy
Peter Condon – Glanworth
Gavin Marshall – Glen Rovers
Lee Mulroy – Glen Rovers
Luke Horgan – Glen Rovers
Adam McSweeney – Ibane Gaels
Conn Dineen – Ibane Gaels
Stephen Lenihan – Inniscarra
Brian O’Sullivan – Kanturk
Sean Sexton – Kilbrittain
Ciaran O’Rourke – Killeagh
Ciaran Joyce – Kiltha Og
Kealan O Rourke – Kinsale
Jack Fitzgerald – Midleton
Leo Hennessy – Midleton
Patrick Kane – Midleton
Paul Connaughton – Midleton
Cathal Wilson – Newcestown
Colm O’Donovan – Newcestown
Cathal McCarthy – Sarsfields
Colm McCarthy – Sarsfields
Daniel Hogan – Sarsfields
Ciaran O Brien – St Catherines
Eanna Motherway – St Colmans
Noel Cahill – St Colmans
Pierce Cummins – St Colmans
Ethan Twomey – St Finbarrs
Jack Cahalane – St Finbarrs
Jack McCarthy – St Finbarrs
Cian McCarthy – St Oliver Plunketts
Paul O’Riordan – Tracton
Conor Taheny – Valley Rovers
Daire O Leary – Watergrasshill
Ronan Murphy – Whitechurch

U16 Mentors
John McCarthy – Clonakilty
Stephen O Brien – Blarney
Keith Mulcahy – Sarsfield
Seanie McGrath – Glen Rovers
Padraig O Sullivan – Brian Dillons
Tom Kenny – Grenagh
Denis Murphy – Glen Rovers
Sean Crowley – Killeagh
John Considine – Sarsfield
Pat Spratt – Buttavent
Cian Healy – Lisgoold

U16 County Eugene Carey Tournament (Mallow GAA Complex) 25th August 2018

U16 County B Tournament

Fixtures are as follows

10.30 am Cork Vs Kilkenny

12.00 pm Kerry VS Kilkenny

1.30 pm Cork Vs Kerry

Games are 25 mins per half. Each team plays 2 group games.

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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.

 

U16 Hurling Championship

Rebel Og U16 Hurling Championship 2017

Fixtures

Upcoming Rebel Og Premier U16 Hurling Championship games

Saturday 19th August 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Hurling Championship

Douglas v Cobh @ Delanys 13:00

St Finbarrs v Sarsfield @ Delanys 15:00

Glen Rovers v Midleton @ Carrigaline 16:00

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Hurling Challenge Cup

Valley Rovers v Blarney @ Blarney 18:00

Blarney v Valley Rovers @ Blarney 18:00

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Hurling Championship

Killeagh/Itas v Blackrock @ Togher 13:00

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Hurling Challenge Cup

Carrigaline v Inniscarra @ Carrigaline 14:00

Ballygarvan v Bishopstown @ Ballygarvan 15:00

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Hurling Championsh

Mallow v Newcestown @ Ballincollig 15:00

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2A Hurling Challenge Cup

Na Piarsaigh v Passage West @ Passage 15:00

Sunday 20th August 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Hurling Championship

Ballincollig v Shandrum @ Ballincollig 13:30

Wednesday 23rd August 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Hurling Championsh

Kiltha Og v Eire Og @ TBC 18:45

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2A Hurling Challenge Cup

Erins Own v Lisgoold @ Caherlag 18:45


Results

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P1 Hurling Championship

Douglas 1-13 0-16 Cobh Q/F

St Finbarrs 2-15 2-15 Sarsfield Q/F

Valley Rovers 1-13 2-19 Glen Rovers Q/F

Blarney 2-10 4-7 Midleton Q/F

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 P2 Hurling Championship

Ballincollig 1-18 1-10 Carrigaline Passage 03/08/2017 19:30 Q/F

Ballygarvan 0-12 1-26 Killeagh/Itas Carrigtwohill 03/08/2017 19:30 Q/F

Bishopstown 0-10 2-20 Blackrock Ovens 03/08/2017 19:30 Q/F

Inniscarra 3-11 4-15 Shandrum Mallow 09/08/2017 19:00 Q/F

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 16 PA2 Hurling Championship

Newcestown 2-12 1-4 Fr O Neills Ballincollig 05/08/2017 12:00 First Round

Mallow 4-16 0-2 Erins Own Trabeg 03/08/2017 19:30 Q/F

Passage West 0-20 4-10 Eire Og Carrigaline 10/08/2017 19:00 Q/F

Newcestown 3-16 1-9 Na Piarsaigh Cloughduv 10/08/2017 19:00 Q/F

Kiltha Og 3-12 0-9 Lisgoold Killeagh 14/08/2017 19:00 Q/F

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County Championship Finals

Rebel Og County section have two finals on the cards with Carrigtwohill and Clyda Rovers meeting in the final on Wednesday and Caha Gaels and Mayfield in the U15B1 final, Full details below.

 

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Monster U11 blitzs update

Please see attached file with Fixtures for Rounds 7-9 in both Hurling and Football in Red. Again, apologies if this email does not concern your club.

Please respond asap if any issues.

Round 10 will be Blitz organised closer to the time.

Where there are 3 clubs in a fixture, depending on the clubs participating, there are different variations of fixtures.

Where 3 one team clubs are listed, each team to play each of the other teams in one 24 minute match.

Where a two team club vs 2 one team clubs, the 2 team club to split their team evenly and play each of the other 2 teams in 24 minute matches.

Where a three team club vs a two team club and one team club: three team club A team vs two team club A team, three team club B team vs one team club team, three team C club team vs two team B team. If there are any queries, please contact me asap and i will try to make amends where possible.

Regards,

Colm

More on U11 Fixtures Monster Blitz information

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Premier Minor Hurling Championship games this week

Premier Minor Hurling Championship continues this week on Monday night with the following games down for decision with Q-Final championship games in Premier 1 and Premier 2 hurling championship fixtures.


Monday 13th August 2018

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship:

Midleton v Inniscarra , at Ballygarvan, 18:30;

Ballincollig v Sarsfield , at Carrigtwohill, 19:00;

Blarney v Douglas , at Delanys, 19:00;

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship:

St Finbarrs v Valley Rovers , at Carrigaline, 19:00;

All you need to know on Premier Minor Hurling Championship is here http://rebelog.ie/tag/premier-minor-hc-2018/