Success for clubs this weekend
Across the County within Rebel Og club competitions, county titles, regional titles and league honours were given out.
Bride Rovers had the best weekend in Cork, for the East Cork side as darkness fell on Monday evening they were in a position to celebrate a double with their U16s winning the County A title and their Minors winning a County at A grade on Monday. In total seven players were involved in both teams success.
Well done to @BrideRoversGAA on winning County A Minor Hurling title 2017. @OfficialCorkGAA pic.twitter.com/rVm4PkeLM7
— Rebel Og (@RebelOg_) October 30, 2017
Like Bride Rovers, Kinsale are also celebrating their weekend double as they won the Rebel Og County B2 title on Saturday along with East Football league at Minor on Monday with almost all the players been involved in both panels.
Congrats to @KinsaleGaa Minors who are @RebelOg_ football East Champs after a great win over @CourceysGAA 1-16 to 1-5. Cionn tSáile Abú! pic.twitter.com/rD3oGgCifn
— Kinsale GAA (@KinsaleGaa) October 30, 2017
Well done to the Kinsale Minor hurlers.
We want you back! pic.twitter.com/lGw5olGpIe
— Kinsale Sharks U18 (@18Sharks) October 30, 2017
For Carrigtwohill, they got their hands on U15 Premier 2a league title.
Full time in the @RebelOg_ Fé15 Premier 2A Hurling League Final
Carrig 4-12@fermoygaa 3-17
— Carrigtwohill GAA (@Carrig2hillGAA) October 30, 2017