Please note that all Feile games planned for this weekend are now postponed. New fixture dates to follow.

GAMES OFF: All Rebel Óg games scheduled for tonight, Monday,  have been postponed due to the weather.

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.

Link to the calendar for the 2024 season so clubs have an idea when games are on.

Please note these are subject to change by  the CCC


Calendar for clubs for 2024 season

If you want to follow the draws tonight download document here to fill in as you go along.


Championship draws 2024

Rebel Og, the heartbeat of youth GAA in Cork, is all set to kickstart the anticipation for the upcoming season with their highly anticipated championship draw.

The draws are set to take place on Thursday, February 8th, at 7pm, this event promises to set the stage for an exhilarating season of hurling and football competitions across various age groups and regions.


Rebel Og will live-streaming the event. Catch the draw live on both the Cork GAA website and Rebel Og site. Additionally, the draw will be streamed on various social media platforms for maximum accessibility.

The championship draw will encompass

  • U14 Hurling and Football
  • U16 Hurling and Football
  • Minor Hurling and Football

Competitions from the following regions will be included:

  • Rebel Og Premier
  • Rebel Og East
  • Rebel Og North
  • Rebel Og Mid
  • Rebel Og West

Watch the draw below

Mairead O’Callaghan, Hall of Fame winner with from left, Norina O’Callaghan, Clayton Hotel, Silversprings; Mick Evans, judging panel; GAA President Larry McCarthy; Grainne Murnane, Red FM; Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr Kieran McCarthy; Grainne McGuinness, Editor The Echo,; Kevin Cummins, Cummins Sports and Michael O’Mahony, chairman Rebel Óg. Picture: Eddie O’Hare

It was a night of celebration as more than 400 people attended the annual Rebel Óg awards banquet at the Clayton Hotel, Silver Springs.

Michael O’Mahony spoke on behalf of Rebel Óg and he thanked the hotel, the sponsors of both the annual and monthly awards for their continued support.

He also thanked Cummins Sports, trophy sponsors, and the two media partners, The Echo and Red FM for their support over the years.

From the monthly winners the judging panel, chaired by Michael Evans, picked an overall winner which was the Cork minor camogie team, who made it two in a row of All-Ireland titles and three in the last five years.

Jerry Wallace, manager of the team who has gone on to take over the Waterford senior side this season, thanked Rebel Óg for honouring the squad and praised the players and management for all their hard work to ensure they won the All-Ireland title.

With U16 and senior camogie titles on Leeside it was a great year for Cork camogie, one they will be hoping to repeat in 2024.

Also honoured with the Hall of Fame award was Mairead O’Callaghan for her service to Sciath na Scol.

She has been involved for many years and was also a teacher at Glenville NS for more than 40 years.

Away from Sciath na Scol she was a selector with the Cork senior camogie team and was also a member of the management of the Cork ladies football team.

Mairead won numerous titles with Watergrasshill Camogie Club, including a club All-Ireland title in 1982.

She was the first female officer of Sciath na Scol in Cork when she was elected secretary and went on to become treasurer of Cumann na mBunscoil in Munster.

She is the current president of Cumann na mBunscoil and for her many years of service Mairead was inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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.

TheE March winner of the Rebel Óg monthly awards are Mitchelstown CBS.

The school’s hurling team won the Michael Cusack Cup final (All-Ireland Senior C hurling), following their win over St Mary’s, Magherafelt.

No doubt the experience of their semi-final win helped secure the title, as against Clarin College they came from five points down in the second half to win by two.

In the final itself, they dominated all through with goals from Shane Looney, Conor Walsh, and Matthew Fitzgibbon helping them to a 3-17 to 0-8 win.

Speaking at the awards ceremony Michael o’Mahony, chairman of Rebel Óg, congratulated the school in their success. “Any time you win an All-Ireland title is a great day and on behalf of Rebel Óg and our sponsors I would like to congratulate Mitchelstown CBS on their win,” said Mr O’Mahony.

“A lot of hard work goes into a win like this over many months so our congrats also to your management team for all the work they have done to help get you there. Hopefully, you will enjoy many more great days on the pitch in the years to come,” concluded Mr O’Mahony.

Na Piarsaigh U15 footballers are the August winners of the Rebel Óg monthly award as they defeated Ballincollig in an entertaining Premier 1 championship final.
After coming through the group stages they then came through an epic semi-final encounter with a sublime win over Douglas, 4-9 to 2-9 to reach the decider against the Village.
In the end, Na Piarsaigh were just that little bit better than their opposition, winning by 3-12 to 1-13.
It does help when you have an outstanding forward in Luke Hurley, who impressed once again, as he finished up with 2-8. It was a really good team performance from the city club with the likes of Darragh O’Leary, Nathan Coffey, Craig O’Sullivan and Seán O’Callaghan also impressing as the cup headed to Fair Hill.
Chairman of Rebel Óg Michael O’Mahony congratulated Na Piarsaigh on their win and said to win a county title is always a great achievement.
“Winning a championship is not easily done so congratulations to all the players, mentors, the club and your parents in all they have done to see you win this title,” said Mr O’Mahony.
“A lot, if not all, of you will be playing schools games in the coming months and I wish you the best of luck in them and I also hope to see you going on to represent your club in both football and hurling for many years to come.”