Entries by Rory Noonan

Job opportunity

The Cork GAA County Board are seeking suitably qualified candidates to fill the role of Games Promotion Officer, based in the Carbery Division.   See: https://jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=1766620 for full details.


Benchmarking submission due

Its that time of the year where clubs Benchmarking Submissions are now due. The Benchmarking Accreditation submission form for this year 2018 is live online at the link below. This may make it easier for clubs to fill in rather then sending in the paper documents. You can submit any other documents as well for inclusion by email. For clubs who have […]

Kevin O’Donovan new Secretary/CEO Cork County Board

  The Executive of Cork County Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin O’Donovan as its full time secretary/CEO, effective from December 17th, 2018. Kevin succeeds Frank Murphy, who retires at this year’s County Convention after 45 years of distinguished service as County Board Secretary. The recruitment process, organised by the GAA’s HR […]


Bride Rovers and Shandrum must meet again

      Bride Rovers 1-15 Shandrum 1-15 The  Carrigaline Court Hotel  Premier Two Minor Hurling Championship final at Páirc Uí Rinn turned into an absolute thrilling second-half with both teams fully deserving of a second chance. This was a very high-standard contest that saw periods of dominance at various stages by the East Cork […]


Chance of a lifetime to play at Croker

          In celebration of opening three new stores in Cork this year Supermac’s will give one lucky Cork person an exclusive opportunity of a lifetime to experience what it is like to play in Croke Park. Supermac’s has teamed up with the Self-Help Africa to take part in the Croke Park […]


Éire Óg win August Rebel Óg award

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 […]