Change of venue

Due to a bereavement at the Kilavullen club, The U16 Division 3 County hurling semi-final between Kilshanig and Grenagh will now take place at Kildorrery today at 3pm.

Photos from recent Mid South Shield and League Finals

The 2 captains, L to R, Jack Murphy Aghabullogue, Damien Taaffe Ref, Brian Elliott Eire Og.

Eire Og were the Victor’s and completed the league and championship double.

 

Ballygarvan Minor team and mentors that defeated Passage in the Minor Hurling League Final Congratulations to Ballygarvan on completing Championship and League double.

Nemo Rangers that defeated Ballinora in the U.14 Shield hurling Final

Mid South Chairman Martin Lynch Presenting to the Winning Blarney  captain Daniel Murphy after the U.16 Football Shield Final win over Sliabh Rua

Diarmuid O Mhurchu team and Mentors, that defeated Cobh in the U.16 shield final in Crosshaven

Entries for 2019

A chara,

 

Please find direct link to submit entries for Rebel Og Competitions 2019

 

=> http://rebelog.ie/competitons2019/ 

 

Any issue please email cian@rebelog.ie 

 

List of clubs as of 2pm on Monday 12th November. 

Aghabullogue

Aghinagh

Ahan Gaels

Ballinacurra

Ballinascarthy

Ballincollig GAA

Ballinhassig

Ballinora

Ballyclough

Ballygarvan

Ballyhea

Bandon

Banteer / Lyre

Bantry Blues

Barryroe gaa

Béal Áthan Ghaorthaidh

Bishopstown

BK Plunketts

Blackrock

Brian Dillons

Bride Rovers

Buttevant

Caha Óg

Canovee

Carbery Rangers

Carrig na bhfear

Carrigaline GAA

Castlehaven

Castlelyons

Castletownbere GAA

Charleville

Cill Mochomóg

Cill Na Martra

Clann na nGael

CLOUGHDUV

Courcey Rovers

Croke Rovers

Crosshaven

Diarmuid Ó Murchús

Doneraile

Donoughmore

Douglas

Dr pat o callaghans

Dromtariffe

Duarigle Gaels

Éire Óg

Erins Own

FASTNET GAELS

Fermoy Gaa

Fr O’Neills

Gabriel óg

Glanmire

Glanworth

Glen Rovers

Glengarriff

Glenville

Granard Gaels

Grenagh

Ibane Gaels

Ilen Rovers

Kanturk

Kilara Og

Kilbrittain

Kildorrery

Killavullen

Killeagh/Ita’s

Kilmacabea

kilmichael

Kiltha Og

Kinsale

Lee Gaels

Lisgoold

Macroom

Mayfield

MIDLETON GAA

Milford

Millstreet

Mitchelstown / Ballygiblin

Na Piarsaigh

Naomh Abán

Nemo Rangers

Newmarket

O Donovan Rossa

Owen Gaels

Raonaithe na Gaels

St.Oliver Plunketts

St.Nicks

Sarsfields

Shamrocks

Sliabh Luachra Gaels

Sliabh Rua

St Catherines

St Colums

St Dominics

St Kevins

St Michaels

St Patrick’s

St Patricks

St. Malachy’s

St. Marks

St. Peters

Tadhg MacCarthaigh

Tracton

Uibh Laoire

Uinsinn Naofa

Urhan

Valley Rovers

Watergrasshill

Western Gaels

Whitechurch

White’s Cross

 

cork hurling appointments

Statement from Cork County Board on the appointment of Cork hurling selectors.

At the outset of this process, the goal was to put in place a structure that would ensure the best possible management teams for each grade of Cork hurling, both now and into the future, and also to provide a pathway for the development of younger coaches and those with less inter-county experience. Following extensive consultation over several weeks, the Executive of Cork County Board is pleased to recommend the appointment of Kieran Kingston (Tracton) as manager of the Cork Senior hurling team for a three-year term, along with coach Ger Cunningham (St. Finbarr’s) and Diarmuid O’Sullivan (Cloyne). A full backroom team will be announced at a later date.

Pat Ryan (Sarsfields) will take the helm at U20 for a 2 year term, joined by Donal O’Mahony (Bishopstown), Brendan Coleman (Youghal), Fergal Condon (Aghada) and Wayne Sherlock (Blackrock).

Donal Óg Cusack (Cloyne) has been recommended as Minor (U17) manager on a one-year basis for 2020, joined by Seán Óg Ó hAilpín (Na Piarsaigh), Tom Kenny (Grenagh), and further selectors to be appointed, one of whom will provide a link to the current under-age playing base.

With the pathway for the progress of younger coaches a major priority, the Executive also recommends the appointment of current U15 manager Noel Furlong (Carrigtwohill) as U16 manager for a two-year term, with Seanie McGrath (Bantry Blues), Niall McCarthy (Carrigtwohill), Ger O’Regan (St. Finbarr’s) and David Dorgan (Fr. O’Neill’s) as selectors.

All the above appointments are subject to ratification by the County Board on Tuesday night.

Commenting on the announcement, County Chairperson Tracey Kennedy said “I am absolutely delighted with the outcome of the appointments process, and honoured to be putting these names before County Board on Tuesday night. As I indicated at the outset, we did not want to rush into any decisions, and the length of the process is indicative both of the extent of our consultation and the number of excellent people who were willing to talk to us about Cork hurling. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all of those who have agreed to serve as managers, coaches and selectors, and I truly believe that we now have a structure in place which will ensure that we can always secure the best people to lead Cork teams, on a clear pathway for both coaches and players, from underage all the way through to Senior.”

postponed

The U16 county semi-final between Donoughmore and Kilavullen at Ballyclough has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Some Photos from Recent Championship Finals including Tracton, Ballinora and Bishopstown

 

 

Tracton Captain Ryan O’ Donoghue accepting cup from PRO Mid South Antoinette Kidney

Also Tracton Inning Team in Mid South Football Championship.

 

 

Ballinora U16 team who won D1 football title

 

 

Bishopstown Captain Darragh O’ Donovan Accepting

cup from Chairman Mid South Martin Lynch.

 

Visit from some of the winning U17 All Ireland Football Team at our latest Mid-South Board Meeting

Some of Club Delegates from Mid South Board Meeting

 

Neil Lordan Ballinora: with PRO Antoinette Kidney

 

Hugh Murphy  Éire Óg :with Treasurer John Brennan

 

Seán Andrews Shamrocks: with Referees Secretary Maura Ring

 

 

 

 

 

REBEL ÓG FIXTURES

Extra-time in all games except finals

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

Minor Division 3a County Football Championship semi-final: Caha Óg v Kildorrery, at Kilmurry, 2pm.

U14 Division 1 County Hurling Championship semi-finals: Cobh v Watergrasshill, at Lisgoold, 3pm; St Catherines v Bandon, at Mayfield, 4.30pm.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

U16 Division 2 County Hurling Championship semi-final: Kilavullen v Donoughmore, at Ballyclough, 12.30pm.

U16 Division 3 County Hurling Championship quarter-final: Ahan Gaels v Kilshannig, at Bishopstown, 12 noon.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4

U16 Division 2 County Hurling Championship final: Newcestown v KilavullenDonoughmore, at Páirc Uí Rinn, 6.30pm.

U16 Division 1 County Hurling Championship final: Kanturk v St Catherines, at Páirc Uí Rinn, 8pm.

Age groups and entries for 2020

The executive of Coiste Sinsear an Chontae has decided not to change the age groups for Rebel Óg competitions for 2020 so the competitions next year will be run in the same age brackets as 2019. Minor will still be U18 with U16 and U14 the main age group competitions.
As usual, teams will be 13 or 15 a side depending on team numbers.
Entry forms for 2020 will be issued before the end of September with a return date for mid-October. Clubs thinking of forming independent teams (amalgamations) are requested to have this considered and decided prior to the entry forms being returned.
For clubs who do not wish to amalgamate and who do not have numbers to field a team by themselves, Coiste is prepared to consider small sided  (9 or 11 a side)competitions up to U16.
However, if a club opts for that and if there is sufficient demand for such competitions, they cannot then be part of an amalgamated team at that age group (e.g. You play either 9 a side or be part of an amalgamated team).
No decision will be taken on this until the number of expressions of interest is known.
Some clubs with numbers of  4 and under in an age grouping may wish to consider catering for players using T.O. Rial 6.8;Exceptions 2 (b).

Photos from Recent Mid South Championship Games

 

 

St Malachy’s after winning Minor Hurling Championship D3

Captain of the Grenagh Evan Mc Carthy Being presented with Cup after winning U16 Football Championship D2

L/R David Coleman Captain of Grenagh, Referee Teddy O Donovan,  Captain of Mayfield James Keegan Before the start of U16 D3 Hurling Championship .