Entries by Rory Noonan

Cork minor management announced

Cork GAA is please to confirm the management teams for both the Cork football and hurling minor teams for 2021. Following the recent appointment of Bobbie O’ Dwyer as a selector with the Cork senior football team, an appointments committee was set up to recommend a new minor football manager. Following their recommendation, the County […]

Cork GAA physical education teacher support

Rebel Óg Coaching are delighted to team up with Sciath na Scol to offer Primary School teachers across the county the opportunity to provide students with remote physical education classes over the next 3 weeks. The sessions have been designed by Cork GAA Games Development Administrators (GDA’s) and cater for all students with age-appropriate activities. […]

Competition portal to open on Wednesday

Despite the current lockdown a lot of work is still going on in the background to make sure we can run our competitions for 2021. Unfortunately, due to the late change in main age grades in December, this process is a little behind our planned schedule. Because of the changes to the main age grades, […]

Club officer training modules registration

Please find below direct registration details for Club Officers in Munster counties to sign up for Officer Training Modules on January 6, 2021 at 7pm. Please let the relevant people within your club know about them. Chairperson – https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=hrxFrNSvpUKfwz6H4bd_zkMBbboVayVBmRHxYVDWS4BUNUpXS1JFNVBGN1FaMlBISFpWT0dXV1E0VS4u   Secretary – https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=hrxFrNSvpUKfwz6H4bd_zkMBbboVayVBmRHxYVDWS4BUQzhONTRLNzJSVFdDM0pNVk9MVkhNR0lMOC4u   Treasurer – https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=hrxFrNSvpUKfwz6H4bd_zkMBbboVayVBmRHxYVDWS4BUOTlHNDY0M1pDVzNXSTZYRzY1UVRGR0tOVS4u     PRO – https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=hrxFrNSvpUKfwz6H4bd_zkMBbboVayVBmRHxYVDWS4BURTVJUTlNTkNOTFAzNFpGMFBNM0Y1R0FaSi4u

McCarthy reappointed as Cork senior football manager

Cork County Executive are pleased to announce the reappointment of Ronan McCarthy as Cork senior football manager for a further two-year term. His selectors will be as follows: Cian O’Neill (CIT), Sean Hayes (Nemo Rangers), John Hayes (Carbery Rangers) and Bobbie O’Dwyer (Macroom). The committee wish to extend our sincere thanks to outgoing selector Gary […]

Rebel Óg announce plans for 2021 season

In 2021, Rebel Óg plan, in accordance with National Policy, to run their main age grades at Fé13, Fé15 and Fé17. As 2021 will be a transition year to these new main age grades, we will also organise competitions at Fé12, Fé14, Fé16 and Fé18. We will organise minor championships in both Fé17 and Fé18 […]

U18 competitions to take place in 2021

Statement from Cork County Board In parallel with the confirmation of U17, U15 and U13 as the primary underage grades as per national policy, the County Executive, in consultation with Rebel Óg, now confirm the following: For the 2021 season – U18 and U21 competitions will take place. U18 competitions will be organised by Rebel […]

Update on underage games for 2021

In light of Cork County board’s decision last night (see below) regarding the age groups for 2021,  Coiste na nOg are meeting with the Rebel Og CCC and the four regional boards to put together a comprehensive programme of games for 2021. We ask that clubs be patient for a few days more, and we […]

Rebels’ Bounty going live this week

A message from Cork County Board A Chara,    I’m delighted to let you know that Rebels’ Bounty is going live this week.  Tickets will be available on the website gaacork.ie/rebelsbounty from 3pm Friday December 4th.  Each club secretary/draw coordinator will receive brochures in the post shortly to allow for sales to begin in clubs this weekend.  Tickets cost […]

‘ONE CORK’ – NEW BRAND TO DRIVE FUTURE SUCCESS FOR CORK GAA

Cork GAA has unveiled an ambitious new programme of investment and commercial activity that it expects will realise more than €20m in revenue over the next five years.  The income – through commercial revenue including; Cork County Board and stadia sponsorship, concerts and stadium rental and advertising – will be used to invest heavily in […]