Match Programme – Nemo Rangers Vs Castlehaven

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Bon Secours Premier Senior Football Final 2020- Nemo vs Castlehaven

The 2020 Bon Secours Premier Senior Football Final will take place on Sunday at 3pm in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. Nemo Rangers will play Castlehaven in the decider.

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Match Programme

Match Programme will be available on Sunday morning via www.gaacork.ie

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Match Referee

Conor Lane from Banteer club will referee the final

Venue information 

Páirc Ui Chaoimh is looking forward to welcoming Nemo Rangers and Castlehaven players, management and supporters to Cork on Sunday.

Please follow all Covid 19 relegations before, during and after your visit to Páirc Ui Chaoimh.

Please respect our neighbours during your journey’s to and from the stadium. Please park legally in our local community. Free parking is available in Live at Marquee Venue

The stadium will open at 2:10pm for all in attendance

Parking

Cork GAA and Pairc Ui Chaoimh are delighted to advise all people attending Sunday’s County Final that parking is available within “Live at Marquee” venue.

 

Results are in for Rebels’ Bounty Draw for August

On Thursday in Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Rebels’ Bounty draw for August took place. Results from the draw are below.

Rebels’ Bounty Draw for August

August Rebels’ Bounty Draw will take place on August 26th at 9:00pm live from Pairc Ui Chaoimh TV studio. 

Top Prize for tonight’s draw is €25,000

It will be broadcasted below by Cork GAA Communications team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cork Senior Hurling team to play Limerick in All-Ireland Final

Cork Senior Hurling team to play Limerick in Sunday’s All-Ireland Final has been announced.

  1. Patrick Collins, Ballinhassig
  2. Niall O’ Leary, Castlelyons
  3. Robert Downey, Glen Rovers
  4. Sean O’Donoghue, Inniscarra
  5. Tim O’Mahony, Newtownshandrum
  6. Mark Coleman, Blarney
  7. Eoin Cadogan, Douglas
  8. Darragh Fitzgibbon, Charleville
  9. Luke Meade, Newcestown
  10. Conor Cahalane, St Finbarrs
  11. Seamus Harnedy, St. Itas
  12. Robbie O’ Flynn, Erins Own
  13. Jack O’ Connor, Sarsfields
  14. Patrick Horgan, Glen Rovers
  15. Shane Kingston, Douglas
  16. Ger Collins, Ballinhassig
  17. Sean O’Leary Hayes, Midleton
  18. Colm Spillane, Castlelyons
  19. Damien Cahalane, St Finbarrs
  20. Niall Cashman, Blackrock
  21. Billy Hennessy, St. Finbarrs
  22. Alan Cadogan, Douglas
  23. Shane Barrett, Blarney
  24. Alan Connolly, Blackrock
  25. Declan Dalton, Fr. O Neills
  26. Sean Twomey, Courcey Rovers

 

Cork Minor Hurling team to play Galway

Cork Minor Hurling team to play Galway in Saturday’s All-Ireland Final has been announced

  1. Paudie O’Sullivan, Fr. O’Neill’s
  2. Darragh O’Sullivan, Ballinhassig
  3. Kevin Lyons, Ballygarvan
  4. James Byrne, Ballinora
  5. James Dwyer, Ballincollig
  6. Ben O’Connor, St. Finbarr’s
  7. Timmy Wilk , Cobh
  8. Mikey Finn, Midleton
  9. Cillian Tobin, Bride Rovers
  10. Diarmuid Healy, Lisgoold
  11. Ben Nyhan, Clyda Rovers
  12. David Cremin, Midleton
  13. Eoin O’Leary , Glen Rovers
  14. Jack Leahy, Dungourney
  15. William Buckley, St. Finbarr’s
  16. Dylan Costine, Cloyne
  17. Shane Kennedy, St. Finbarr’s
  18. Kyle Wallace, St. Catherine’s
  19. James O Brien, Fermoy
  20. Tadhg O Connell, Ballincollig
  21. Oran O’Regan, Erins Own
  22. Adam Walsh, Bride Rovers
  23. Ross O’Sullivan, Na Piarsaigh
  24. Rory Sheahan, Kanturk

Cork Minor Football team to play Tyrone

Cork Minor Football team to play Tyrone in All-Ireland Minor Football Semi-Final has been announced

  1. Daniel Walsh, Douglas
  2. Dan Twomey, Ballinascarthy
  3. Shane O’ Connell, Kilshanning
  4. Patrick O’ Grady, Kilavullen
  5. Sam Copps, Mallow
  6. Conor Twomey, Carbery Rangers
  7. Darragh O’ Brien, Glanworth
  8. Michael Mc Sweeney, Knocknagree
  9. Rory O’ Shaughnessy, St. Michaels
  10. Jack O’ Neill, Castlehaven
  11. Niall Kelly, Newcestown
  12. Colm Gillespie, Aghabullogue
  13. Luke O’ Herlihy, St. Michaels
  14. Jamie O’ Driscoll, Castlehaven
  15. Hugh O’ Connor, Newmarket
  16. Niall Murray, Kilavullen
  17. Fionn Crowley, St. Finbarrs
  18. Conor Cusack, Nemo Rangers
  19. Alan Kelleher, St. Colums
  20. Dylan Crowley, Urhan
  21. Jack Cunningham, Douglas
  22. Olan Corcoran, St. Marys
  23. Niall Daly, Ilen Rovers
  24. Bryan Hayes, Nemo Rangers

Master Fixture Plan update 17th Aug

 

Updated August 17th 2021

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Go Red For Cork

Cork GAA is asking the Cork public to show their support ahead of busy week of inter-county games for the Rebel County.

Cork GAA is asking that clubs, businesses, families and individuals to display the Red and White with pride ahead of what is a busy week for Cork GAA.  On Wednesday Cork will play Galway in the All Ireland Under 20 Hurling Final in Thurles.

On Saturday both minor teams will be in action with the Footballers in action against Tyrone in the All-Ireland Semi-Final in Tullamore, and later that evening the Minor Hurlers will play Galway in the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final in Thurles. On Sunday the Cork Senior Hurlers take on Limerick in the All-Ireland Final in Croke Park.

County Cathaoirleach Marc Sheehan paid tribute to all the clubs, households, business owners and Cork supporters who have been so creative with their red and white decorations and their online support also.

He commented on the genuine excitement and expectation ahead of the start of a feast of games for the Rebels over the next 5 days.

“In Cork nothing compares to being involved at the business end of the All Ireland series irrespective of code or age group”.

He added “I wish all involved well and urged all travelling and supporting to abide by Covid 19 guidelines in all circumstances”

Cork U20 Hurling team to play Galway in All-Ireland Final

Cork U20’s will play All-Ireland Final on Wednesday at 7:30pm in Thurles. The Cork team to play has been announced .

  1. Cathal Wilson, Newcestown
  2. Eoin Downey, Glen Rovers
  3. Ciaran Joyce , Castlemartyr
  4. Cormac O’ Brien, Newtownshandrum
  5. Kevin Moynihan, Na Piarsaigh
  6. Ethan Twomey, St. Finbarrs
  7. Brian O’ Sullivan, Kanturk
  8. Sam Quirke, Midleton
  9. Diarmuid Kearney, Cobh
  10. Darragh Flynn, Ballygiblin
  11. Daniel Hogan, Sarsfields
  12. Brian Hayes , St. Finbarrs
  13. Robbie Cotter, Blackrock
  14. Padraig Power, Blarney
  15. Jack Cahalane , St. Finbarrs
  16. Cian Long, Glen Rovers
  17. Piaras O’ Halloran, Ballygarvan
  18. Cillian O’ Donovan, Douglas
  19. Conor O’ Leary, Ballincollig
  20. Colm McCarthy, Sarsfields
  21. Micheál Mullins, Whitechurch
  22. Sean Desmond, Watergrashill
  23. Ben Cunningham, St. Finbarrs
  24. Luke Horgan, Glen Rovers

Extended Panel:

Daire O Leary Watergrasshill, Cathal McCarthy Sarsfields, Padraic Cullinane Ballinascarthy, Cathal Hickey Lisgoold, Paddy O’ Flynn Bride Rovers, Colm Mc Carthy Sarsfields, Conor Griffin Newtownshandrum, Sean Walsh Carrigtwohill, Brian Keating Ballincollig.