Entries by Rory Noonan

Rebel Óg awards a great success as Douglas win overall award

It was a night of celebrations at Clayton Hotel, Silversprings as the annual Rebel Og awards banquet was recently. Underage players across hurling, football, camogie, ladies football and handball were all honoured  for their achievements in 2022, with a presentation made to all the monthly winners to mark their success. More than 330 people attended […]

New Cork GAA Jersey launched

A chara, We are delighted to share with you details of our new Cork GAA Jersey.   The new kit offers a modern take on a classic. Cork GAA – in partnership with Sports Direct and O’Neills – has unveiled its new home jersey for the 2023 and 2024 season. This is the second generation of […]

Cork GAA Games Development Manager

Clubs are reminded that a recruitment process is currently underway for the appointment of a County Games Development manager as outlined on Cork GAA media channels, last week The deadline for applications is 3pm, on this Friday, November 11th. For details, go to: https://gaacork.ie/2022/11/01/job-posting-games-development-manager-cork-gaa/ This role will have overall responsibility for multiple initiatives under the […]

Douglas minors honoured for their double success

RORY NOONAN The Douglas minor squads are the September winners of the monthly Rebel Óg awards. They were honoured for their recent success in both the Premier 1 and 2 minor championships, becoming the first club in 20 years to hold both titles at the same time. It was also the first time in the […]

GAA Referee Respect Day 2022

A chara, At the meeting of Ard Chomhairle 24ú Meán Fómhair, I announced that the GAA will hold a national ‘Respect the Referee Day’ across the weekend of 22/23rd October 2022 to link in with county finals that will take place on these days; this allows the GAA to raise the profile of referees and, […]

New GAA development course at Farranferris Education and Training Campus

THE Cork College of FET and Northside Community Enterprises have announced details of a new training programme, GAA Player and Coach Development, which is now accepting applicants for the new term. The programme is the first of its kind, with participants receiving a weekly training allowance while achieving their QQI Level 4 qualification in Sports […]

Midleton and Ballincollig win Rebel Og award for August

Ballincollig U13 footballers and Midleton U13 hurlers are the joint winners of the Rebel Óg award for August. Both sides enjoyed wins in their respective Premier 1 finals recently, with the Village appearing in both finals. The finals were held on respective Saturday mornings, with games taking place at either the 4G pitch at Páirc […]

Sciath na Scol and Cork GAA launch primary schools blitz programme

Sciath na Scol is teaming up with Rebel Og Coaching GDA’s to offer Primary School children the opportunity to play hurling and football through its GAA Go Games Blitz Series. The Program will see 70 blitz venues host an estimated 5,000 children over the course of the academic year complimenting the existing more competitive offering […]

Cork GAA job vacancies

Cork GAA are currently seeking suitable candidates for the positions listed below. Both roles will be based in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Please click on the relevant links to apply. Accounting Technician – https://www.jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=2090858   Office Administrator  – https://www.jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=2090852

New Referees Course

Request for Assistance Recruiting new Referees A further Foundation Level 1 Referee Course for new referees will take place in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Thursday 29th September and Thursday 6th October (7pm to 9:30pm). I am requesting that your club make every effort to recruit a new referee so as to ensure that the increasing volume of […]