Cork will play Limerick in the Munster Minor & Senior Hurling Championship on Saturday 2nd June in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Munster Minor Hurling Championship Round Robin – Round 3
Cork v Limerick
5pm @ Pairc Ui Chaoimh
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Round Robin – Round 3
Cork v Limerick
7pm @ Pairc Ui Chaoimh

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Ticket Prices – Senior and Minor Hurling Round-Robin Championship Matches
Adult: Stand €20, Terrace €15
Under 16s: €5 all areas
Student/OAP: Concession of €5 with valid ID prior to entry at the designated stile.

The above prices are pre purchase prices, applicable until midnight of the night before the game. All adult ticket prices increase by €5 on the day

The Cork minor football team for tomorrow night’s Munster Championship game v Waterford in Pairc Ui Rinn has been announced as follows.

1 – Diarmuid Doody – Buttevent

2 – Dylan Connolly – Glanworth

3 – David Buckley – Newcestown

4- Cian O’Donovan – Glanmire

5 – Francis Cronin – Cullen

6 – Diarmaid Phelan ( Captain ) – Aghada

7 – Eoin Nation – Nemo Rangers

8 – Niall Hartnett – Douglas

9 – Richard Lombard – Ballyhooley

10 – Hugh Murphy – Eire Óg

11 – Dara O’Sullivan – St Finbarrs

12 – Evan Cooke – Ballincollig

13 – Sean McDonnell – Mallow

14 – Aodhán O’Luasa – Naomh Aban

15 – Conor Corbett – Clyda Rovers


16 – Max White ( Sub goalkeeper ) – Douglas

17 – Daniel Harte – Douglas

18 – Darragh O’Shea – Valley Rovers

19 – Neil Lordan – Ballinora

20 – Joseph O’Shea – Urhan

21 – Andrew Whelton – Castlehaven

22 – Joseph Harte – Douglas

23 – Gavin Carey – Buttevent

24 – Michael O’Neill – Buttevent

Cork Minor Footballers will open their 2018 Munster championship on Wednesday 11th of April.

Cork’s opening game will be a meeting with Waterford in Páirc Uí Rinn with a 7pm start.

Two other Q-Final clashes will take place on Wednesday night when Tipperary will play Kerry and Clare meet Limerick.


Winners of the Munster Championship and All-Ireland Finalists



Winners of the Munster Championship and All-Ireland Finalists


The Cork Minor Hurling side, who won the Munster Title and reached the All-Ireland final, are the September 2017 winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly Awards sponsored by the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, Cummins Sports (Award Sponsors) with RedFM and The Evening Echo (Media Partners).  They follow the August winners Cork U17 Hurlers, July Winners Ballinora Juvenile GAA Club,  quartet of June Winners, Féile na nGael Champions Sarsfields, Na Piarsaigh, Cuchullains and St. Kevin’s.  January 2017 winners were Kiltha Óg, February Winners St. Colman’s College Fermoy, March winners Stephen O’Rourke and Niall Delany from Mallow, winners of the All-Ireland U17 Handball Championship, April Winners, Carbery Scór and the May 2017 Winners St. Francis College Rochestown, winners of the Simcox Cup.

The Cork Minor Hurling side have enjoyed a tremendous year in 2017 despite their loss to Galway in the All-Ireland Final in Croke Park.

Following two epic battles with Tipperary in the semi-final at Thurles where corner forward Evan Sheehan scored a goal from a 20 metre free to ensure a replay at Páirc Ui Rinn where another outstanding game unfolded before 8,000 spectators.

Brian Turnbull of Douglas and Evan Sheehan were outstanding on the night  with their captain Sean O’Leary Hayes from Midleton commanding at all times in defence, along with his vice-captain Jack Keating, Liam O’Shea and under the management of Denis Ring along with selectors John Mortell, Fergus Ryan and coach John Dwyer and Stephen Casey (strength and conditioning).

Cork had an emphatic win over Clare in the Munster Hurling Final at Thurles with Evan Sheehan notching 2 goals and 2 points on the day to ensure Cork’s first Munster Hurling Championship victory in some years.

Victory over Dublin ensured an All-Ireland final against a powerful Galway side which ended Cork’s hopes of an All-Ireland.

The success of the Cork Minor side at winning the Munster Title and a place in the All-Ireland final combined with the All-Ireland winning U17 hurling side which included five members of the Minor team ensures that the future is bright for Cork hurling.