Entries by Rory Noonan

Ballinora do the double as they win Féile Premier 2 hurling title

By John O’Shea, The Echo Ballinora 0-12 Cloughduv 1-8 Ballinora completed the second leg of a memorable double after winning a thrilling Premier 2 Féile hurling final against Cloughduv at Ovens. This was a gripping contest that went right down to the wire, with Ballinora overcoming the challenge of Douglas and Cloughduv, coming out on […]

Midleton lift Féile hurling Premier 1 trophy

By Rory Noonan, The Echo Midleton 1-11 Ballincollig 0-11 (aet) It took extra time to separate the sides as Midleton were crowned Premier 1 Féile Hurling champions at Togher. The winners were made to fight all the way by Ballincollig, who were hoping to complete the double, having won the football a week ago. Points […]

Late goal sees Ballinora win Féile Premier 2 football title

By Rory Noonan, The Echo Ballinora 3-6 St Michael’s 2-8 (After extra time) BALLINORA won the Premier 2 Féile football title dramatically after extra time at Bishopstown. And hero of the day was Ben Hegarty, who scored a goal directly from a free to win the title for his side. Trailing by two points, he […]

Ballincollig footballers win Féile football Premier 1 title

By John Coughlan, The Echo Ballincollig 1-12 Glanmire 0-2 IT WAS a comfortable win for Ballincollig as they were crowned Féile Peil U15 Premier 1 champions in style, following the defeat of Glanmire at Ballincollig. It’s hard to believe these teams couldn’t be separated when they clashed in the group stages at Trabeg on the […]

Rochestown College and Coláiste Choilm honoured with Rebel Óg monthly awards

The February and March Rebel Óg awards were presented at the Clayton Hotel, Silversprings. The February winners were Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig, Junior A camogie team who won the All-Ireland championship. March winners were St Francis College, Rochestown, who won the O’Callaghan Cup, defeating CBC in the final. Two quickfire goals from Leah Hannigan in the […]

Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG win Rebel Óg award for January

The Rebel Óg monthly awards have returned for 2024 and the January winners are Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG An Mhainistir Thuaidh. They recently won the Cork Colleges U16 A hurling championship, defeating Midleton CBS in the final by 2-14 to 3-9. This was a huge win for the school as they took on a side that […]


POSTPONED: Rebel Óg are postponing all games this Friday, Saturday and Sunday due to the wet and hazardous conditions forecast and for the safety of all, due to the storm warnings issued by Met Eireann. The refixing of these games will be discussed at a later date.