Results September Rebels’ Bounty Draw

Draw for Rebels’ Bounty September 

Draw will go live at 9pm

Strategic Planning Survey

You may have seen that the GAA launched a major strategic planning survey last week to give all players, members, and supporters an opportunity to shape the Association’s next five-year strategic plan.  Here is a link to the press release: https://www.gaa.ie/news/gaa-launch-survey-to-shape-five-year-strategic-plan/

For the first time, we used Foireann to send the survey link directly to the e-mail address of every eligible member.  This has resulted in 14,000 responses which is an encouraging start. However, we would like to increase this number even more to ensure as many members as possible contribute.

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete, and the deadline is 2 p.m. this Friday, 24 September.  We would appreciate if all Clubs and Counties could encourage members and supporters in their communities to complete the survey by visiting: https://www.gaa.ie/2021-2026 

An Irish language version of the survey can be accessed via this link: GAA Strategic Planning Survey – Gaeilge

For your convenience, here is a sample message for your digital pages and social media groups:

A chara,

The GAA has launched a strategic planning survey to give every member and supporter a say in shaping its next five-year strategic plan. Have your say now by completing the survey: https://www.gaa.ie/2021-2026  

Go raibh maith agaibh.

Sincere thanks in anticipation of your help.  You can keep up-to-date and learn more at: https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/administration/strategic-plan 

Cork GAA Senior Football Management Update

Cork GAA is seeking applications for the position of Cork Senior Football Manager.

Candidates are asked to include a brief CV on application.

Applications to be emailed to administrator.cork@gaa.ie before 5pm on Friday, September 24th.

Premium Tickets are now on sale

 

 

Cork GAA are delighted to launch their “Rebels Rising Premium Seat offer” for Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
The stadium which hosts games for the Cork Hurling and Football teams along with the Cork Ladies Football and Camogie teams, along with a large number of club games, has been recognised as one of the premier sporting venues in the country. The stadium which re-opened in 2017 has also seen artists such as Ed Sheeran and Rod Stewart perform at the leeside venue, with Westlife, Elton John and many more artists set to perform at the stadium in years to come.
This seat offer (with details outlined below) offers an opportunity, not alone to be part of the Pairc Ui Chaoimh experience for the next 10 years, but it also allows those who purchase a ticket to be
part of the wider Cork GAA experiece, with the opportunity to attend games at club level in Cork along with the opportunity to follow the Cork Hurlers and Footballers in Croke Park.

Further details can be found at www.gaacork.ie/premiumtickets/

2022 Offers:   

Centre Field Offer* €6,500 – 10 Year Seat Package    
*Limited availability
Sections 205, 206, 207, 208
Price: €6,500, one off payment made on or before January 30th 2022

Half Forward Offer**

€5,000 – 10 Year Seat Package
**Subject to availability
Sections 202, 203, 204, 209, 210, 211
Price: €5,000, one off payment made on or before January 30th 2022

Premium seats include the following rewards, which are now guaranteed;   

Entry to:   
Your seat for all GAA Games at Páirc Uí Chaoimh
All Cork County Championship Games at all venues

Access to purchase:
Your seat for all Concerts at Páirc Uí Chaoimh
All other Sporting Events at Páirc Uí Chaoimh
All-Ireland Senior Finals (when Cork play)
All-Ireland Senior Semi-Finals (when Cork play)
Munster Senior Finals outside of Páirc Uí Chaoimh (when Cork Play)

Cork GAA – Concert Announcement

 

Cork GAA is delighted to welcome Ed Sheeran back to Páirc Uí Chaoimh in April of next year, enhancing what looks like an exciting year for the stadium. We now look forward to fully engaging with local residents and working closely with Aiken Promotions and relevant stakeholders to ensure that each element of the event runs smoothly and with minimum disruption to nearby communities. Our Community Liaison Officer will immediately begin to engage with the various groups to ensure that everyone is kept fully informed.

It is acknowledged that the date in question lies within the inter-county window, particularly the Munster Hurling and Football championships. We are now working with all relevant parties in this context, to ensure that the best possible outcome is achieved for all stakeholders.

 
 

 
 

ANNOUNCES  
‘+ – = ÷ x TOUR 
FOR 2022 

 (PRONOUNCED ‘THE MATHEMATICS TOUR’) 
 

FIRST LEG OF STADIUM TOUR DATES CONFIRMED IN  
UK, IRELAND, CENTRAL EUROPE & SCANDINAVIA  

 

CORK, Páirc  Chaoimh 

28 April 2022 

 
GENERAL SALE COMMENCES ON SATURDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER 2021 AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES, PER TERRITORY: 

 
8AM BST: Cork 
Pre-sale only for Premium Seats 
 
TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE AT   
WWW.EDSHEERAN.COM 

 

STATEMENT FROM THE BOARD OF PAIRC UI CHAOIMH STADIUM/CORK GAA

The Board of Pairc Ui Chaoimh Stadium and Cork GAA note with surprise and extreme disappointment the decision of Cork City Council’s Planning Department in relation to its recent application for changes to the stadium and its environs.

The decision notwithstanding, there remain serious safety issues and infrastructural deficits that have the potential to impede the development of the stadium into the future.

The Board and Cork GAA’s intention was always to enhance the operation of the stadium and to improve its interaction and integration with Marina Park.

We submitted this planning application in good faith following extensive pre-planning consultations with Cork City Council, and had sought to engage positively and constructively in the process.

As applicants, we were expecting a request for further information from the Planning Department, and would have fully engaged with that process as is standard practice in most applications of this size and scale.

No such request was forthcoming.

The outright refusal raises serious and immediate questions about the safety of the existing vehicular access to Pairc UiChaoimh via the pedestrianised Marina.

Cork GAA has grave concerns about this ongoing situation.

The issue of insufficient disabled parking in proximity to the stadium, which was highlighted prominently in the application, remains a critical deficit.

The Board will continue to seek an appropriate resolution to the issues outlined, and will now consider all options.

We will continue to seek to engage with residents groups and all interested parties in a meaningful way as we work to achieve the full potential of the stadium for all the people of Cork.

The Board of Pairc UiChaoimh and Cork GAA will seek an urgent meeting with Cork City Council to discuss the refusal of the planning application.

Junior B & C Competitions

The draws for the Junior B & C County Competitions took place this morning.
Junior B Hurling Semi-finals
Belgooly v O’Donovan Rossa / Gabriel Rangers
Freemount v Lough Rovers / Randal Og
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Junior B Football Quarter-finals
A: Garnish v Kilbrin
B: Abbey Rovers / Lough Rovers v Randal Og
C: Glengarriff v Deel Rovers
D: Doneraile v Goleen
Semi Finals
Av B, C v D.
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Junior C Football Quarter-finals
A: Lismire a bye
B: Gleann na Laoi v Ballyphehane
C: Freemount v Rathpeacon
D: Araglen v Ballinacurra
Semi Finals
Av B, C v D

Regional Athletic Development Internships

Cork GAA are inviting applications for the voluntary post of Regional Athletic Development & Strength and Conditioning .

Each intern will be assigned a regional development squad in either football or hurling for the 2021-2022 season. Contact hours will be Development Squad Sessions (approx. 2hours) primarily held once every weekend.

This is an excellent opportunity for aspiring Athletic Development coaches to gain valuable experience working under the guidance of the Rebel Òg Coaching Team including High Performance Manager Aidan O’Connell.

Educational Output

Successful candidates will receive experience in the following areas:

  • Athletic Development Programming and Coaching
  • Monitoring, Testing and Profiling of Players
  • Recording and Analysing Data
  • Implementing Recovery Protocols
  • Working within a High Performance Team

All interns will also receive a full induction, ongoing mentoring and have access to the High Performance Unit’s CPD program.

Requirements

Candidates should be working towards or have a qualification in Strength and Conditioning, Sport Science, Physical Education or a Sports related course and have Garda Vetting.

Application

If you wish to apply for this position, can you please forward a one page cover letter and CV to Aidan O’Connell : aidan.oconnell.cork@gaa.ie .

Deadline for CV’s is on or before September 12th @ 5pm. Furthermore, if you want to receive any more information on the above opportunity please contact Aidan on the above email address.

The selection process will include an interview and practical demonstration.