Carrigtwohill win monthly award for Féile double

They recently completed a Feile double, winning the Premier 1 hurling title for the first time. They also won the P2 football title making it a great season for these young players.

After coming through the group stages on both occasions they then had to keep that momentum two days later for the semi-finals and then final.

In the hurling, they took on Na Piarsaigh, which was always going to be a tough contest. But, led by Sam Ring, the East Cork side came through to take the title for the first time in the club’s history. He scored 10 of their 13 point tally to secure the cup and get the chance to represent Cork in the national finals.

The football final was also a top-class game and it took extra time to separate them and Kiltha Óg in the final. A Ben Fitzgerald goal in extra-time proved to be a crucial score for Carrigtwohill.

In presenting them with their award Steven Lynch, assistant secretary of Rebel Óg congratulated the players on their success and wished them well in the upcoming national finals.

He said to win one Feile title is an achievement but to win two was outstanding.




Carrigtwohill U15 hurlers and footballers are the latest winners of the Rebel Óg monthly awards.