Cork GAA Poc Fada Competition

Cork GAA Poc Fada Competition takes place on Tuesday,  June 21, on Garryvoe Beach at 6.30pm.
There will be two competitions run on the night
  • Adult
  • U 16
Please circulate to all players in the above categories in your club.
For those looking to take part, please register at the below link on or before 6pm, today Monday,  June 20.
The winners will advance to the Munster finals on June 25.

Action shots from the Premier 1 and 2A U14 Hurling Championship finals

Some action shots from the U14 Premier 1 hurling final which Glen Rovers won by 2-8 to Sarsfields 0-9 and the U14 Premier 2A final which ended Ballinora 4-9,  Blackrock 2-7.
Thanks to Steven Lynch and Damien O’Sullivan for the photographs.

Action shots from U14 final between Na Piarsaigh and Éire Óg

A few pictures from the U14 Premier 2 football final between Na Piarsaigh and Éire Óg, thanks to Steven Lynch for supplying. Na Piarsaigh won by 2-10 to 1-8.


Upcoming Fé 14 Hurling and Football finals for Rebel Óg Mid South.

  1. U14 Div 2 Hurling Shield Final- Ahan Gaels v Crosshaven- 15-6-22- 7.30pm @ Brinny.
  2. U14 Div 2 Hurling Cup Final- Passage v Ballinhassig- 16-6-22- 7.30pm @ Passage.
  3. U14 Div 2 Football Shield Final- Courcey Rovers v Grenagh- 17-6-22- 8pm @ Ballinhassig.


Undoubtedly three cracking fixtures to look forward to this coming week and on behalf of Rebel Óg Mid/South, I would like to wish everyone involved the very best of luck.

Go méadaí Dia thú, Luke Knight- PRO Rebel Óg Mid/South.

Cork Minor camogie team and Rochestown College honoured as Rebel Óg awards return for 2022

After a two year break the Rebel Óg awards have returned for 2022.

The pandemic meant the awards were put on hold, with the last monthly award presented in December 2019 until yesterday.

The awards acknowledge all areas of GAA activities for underage clubs, teams, or individuals across Cork, including hurling, football, camogie, ladies football, and Scor, with an independent judging panel deciding on the monthly winner.

On welcoming the return of the awards Michael O’Mahony, chairman of Rebel Óg said: “We are delighted that the awards have returned for this year as it gives us to honour clubs, teams, and others for their special achievements.

“We would like to thank the Clayton Hotel, Silversprings, the main sponsor of the awards as well as Cummins Sports, award sponsors. Also to The Echo and RedFM for their continued media partnership of the awards. I would also like to thank Mick Evans who has stayed on as chairman of the judging panel.

“On behalf of Rebel Óg, I am also delighted to announce that former Cork footballers Ciarán Sheehan and Brid Stack have agreed to come on board as judges for the coming year and I wish them well as they will have some tough decisions to make in the coming months.

“Finally, I would like to thank all the judges over the past 10 years for all the work in making these awards the event they have become.”

Yesterday the winners for March and April were honoured with St Francis College, Rochestown, and the Cork minor camogie team picking up their awards.

Both were picked for their success in All-Ireland competitions, with the camogie side winning both the All-Ireland minor title and the Munster championship, whilst Rochestown won the Paddy Buggy Cup, the All-Ireland B championship for senior school sides.

Cork claimed their third All-Ireland minor camogie title in five years when they beat Galway by 2-11 to 2-7 at Semple Stadium. Orla Cahalane and Ciara Morrison were the main scorers, with both hitting 1-3 over the hour.

To win their All-Ireland title Rochestown hit the final nine points without reply against Claregalway to win by 0-17 to 0-9.

To nominate a club, team, individual or group email:

Rebel Óg Championship draws 2022 on Thursday, June 2

Rebel Og Championship Draws 2022
Draws for Rebel Og championships for Premier, East, North, West, Mid-South


The draw will be broadcast from Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Thursday at 8pm.

Minor and U15 championship draws to be live streamed

All eyes will be on the Rebel Óg minor and U15 championship draws next Thursday night, June 2, starting from 8pm. 

This year the draws will be live-streamed to give players, mentors, clubs, and parents the chance to see the draws as they are happening. 

All draws from around the county will be taking place, which includes the Premier and the regional draws – West, Mid-South, East, and North Regions. 

Rebel Óg felt that by live-streaming the draws from Páirc Ui Chaoimh it gave everyone the opportunity to view them, especially those further away from the city who may have found it difficult to attend on the night. The draws will be done region by region and a downloadable PDF of all draws will be on the website along with a link to tune in on the night. 

Michael O’Mahony, chairman of Rebel Óg said: “We are delighted to be live streaming the draws this year and hopefully it will give more people the opportunity to see them. It’s a new departure for Rebel Óg and as we move more and more into an online world we want to use the technology available to us to bring the draws to people not alone in Cork but possibly further afield.  

“I would like to thank all those who have helped to organise this event, especially officers of Rebel Óg across the county who have put in a lot of work in the background to make this possible. Also thanks to Cian O’Brien, Patrick Mulcahy, and the senior board for their help.” 

Further details for the link and the actual running order of the draws will be sent out in advance of the night to clubs and will also be here on the website. 

Two more Rebel Óg Mid/South finals to commence this week!

This week will see the playing of two more finals for the Rebel Óg Mid/South region for 2022.

Wednesday the 25th of May will see Passage doing battle against Whitechurch in the Fé 17 Division 2 Football League Cup Final. This game will throw-in at 7pm and will be held in Grenagh. Moreover, this has the feel of a cracker to it, if I may say so myself.

And last but by no means least, Saturday the 28th of May will see Blarney and Charleville do battle in the Fé 17 Division 1 Hurling League Cup Final. Ballyhea was selected as venue for this game and it is set to commence at 2pm, meaning there are no excuses for both sets of supporters to make time for this game and the Champions League Final, this coming Saturday! Blarney won the league game a couple of weeks ago between the two sides by the narrowest of margins, so it promises to be another crowd-pleaser.

On behalf of Rebel Óg Mid/South, I would like to wish all teams involved the very best of luck and would like to thank the selected match officials and host clubs for their time and cooperation.

Luke Knight- PRO Rebel Óg Mid/South.



Rebel Óg Mid/South finals to commence this Friday 6-5-22!

This coming Friday, the 6th of May 2022, will see the commencement of the first football final games for the Rebel Óg Mid/South region for 2022.

St Vincents will do battle against Ballygarvan in the Fé 17 Divison 3 Football League Cup Final, while Castlelyons will face  tough opposition in the form of Tracton in the Fé 17 Division 3 Football League Shield Final. The former will take place in Kerrypike at 7pm, while the latter will be held in the St Vincents GAA Club at 7pm also.

On behalf of Rebel Óg Mid/South, I would like to wish all teams (players and management), the selected match officials and both host clubs the very best of luck on Friday night and as a board, we thank you for your time and cooperation.

Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir, Luke Knight- PRO Rebel Óg Mid/South.