As the Cork hurlers are in the All-Ireland minor hurling on August 21 the semi-finals and finals will be played at a later date. It is planned to play the premier final on Monday night and other finals at a slightly later date.
Blackrock won the first Féile 50 years ago and captain of the side was Finbarr Delaney, who came along to the launch of this year’s local events at Blackrock Hurling Club.
Later in October there will be another event held at Croke Park, during the mid-term break, where a number of sides will be asked to play. Full details of the Croke Park event have yet to be confirmed.
Clubs should have details by now of their groups and venues for both.
Speaking on behalf of the Cork Camogie Association, PRO Louise Weldon saiid: “Following on from hosting National Feile in 2019, Cork County Board and juvenile committee are looking forward to August 21 where we will see 54 Féile teams take to the pitches.
“Our focus as always is on the players and we look forward to a great weekend,” concluded Louise.