Rebels’ Bounty Draw for October

Rebels’ Bounty Draw for October took  place on Thursday, Live from Páirc Uí Chaoimh and was hosted by Cian O’Brien. You can watch on the video below.

Results are below

 

 

 

Championship games on Friday 29th to Sunday 31st

The Cork County Club Championship games continues this weekend in both Co-Op Superstores Hurling Championship and Bon Secours Football Championship. Games will take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

In total, 21 games will take place with Championship Semi-Final, Q-Finals and Relagation Play-off’s games on the cards.

Five games are down for decision in Pairc Ui Chaoimh with CIT, Ballymaw, Mallow, Millstreet, Newcestown , Minane Bridge, Ballinspittle, Donoughmore, Ovens, Aughaville, Macroom ,Cobh, Mourneabbey, Clondrohid and Kilbrin also playing host to games. Full Details of the games are below.

Tickets are on sale at www.gaacork.ie/tickets

 

 

 

Fri, Oct 29th @7.30pm

PSFC QF St. Finbarr’s v Eire Óg in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

 

Sat, Oct 30th

@2pm

SAHC Rel. p/o Bandon v Cloyne in Ballymaw

IAFC QF Dromtarriffe v Aghabullogue in Mallow

PIFC QF Naomh Abán v Newmarket in Millstreet

SAFC Rel. p/o Bantry Blues v Bishopstown in Newcestown

  

@3pm

PIHC QF Ballinhassig v Carrigaline in Minane Bridge

LIHC QF Argideen Rangers v Ballygarvan in Ballinspittle

PIFC Rel. p/o St. Vincent’s v St. Nicks in CIT

IAFC Rel. p/o Kildorrery v Kinsale in Donoughmore

JBFC SF Garnish v Randal Óg in Aughaville

 

 @4pm

SAFC QF Knocknagree v Dohenys in Macroom

SAFC QF Béal Áth an Ghaorthaidh v Clyda Rovers in Ovens

IAFC QF Kilshannig v Millstreet in Kilbrin

IAFC QF Mitchelstown v Ballydesmond in Ballyclough

 

@5pm

SAHC QF Blarney v Bride Rovers in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

@7pm

SAHC QF Mallow v Newcestown in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

 

Sun, Oct 31st

@2pm

IAFC QF Uibh Laoire v Glanworth in Mourneabbey

PIFC QF Aghada v Nemo Rangers in Cobh

PSFC QF Castlehaven v Valley Rovers in Pairc Ui Chaoimh

 

@3pm

JBFC SF Deel Rovers v Goleen in Clondrohid

@4pm

PSFC QF Clonakilty v Duhallow in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Cork GAA Senior Football Appointment

The County Executive will be proposing Keith Ricken (St. Vincent’s) as incoming Senior Football manager on a two year term at our next County Committee meeting. Selectors will be as follows: Micheál Ó Cróinín (Naomh Abán), Ray Keane (MTU / St. Finbarr’s), James Loughrey (St. Brigid’s / Mallow), Barry Corkery (Éire Óg) and Des Cullinane (St. Nicholas). Coach to be announced in the near future.

Hurling All Stars and Young Player of the year nominations.

NINE Cork hurlers are in contention for the 2021 PwC All-Star team.

Goalkeeper Patrick Collins, defenders Robert Downey, Seán O’Donoghue and Tim O’Mahony and forward Jack O’Connor are nominated for the first time.

Mark Coleman, an All-Star in 2017, Patrick Horgan, a four-time winner, Seamus Harnedy, a recipient in 2013 and ’18, and Shane Kingston, nominated last winter, are also in the mix.

The award for Young Hurler of the Year, those who turned 21 or younger in 2021, is between Eoin Cody of Kilkenny, who won last year, Cork forward Shane Barrett and Clare attacker Aidan McCarthy.

The presentation of the PwC All-Star awards will take place on December 10 in a televised ceremony that will be in line with Covid-19 restrictions and will be confirmed in due course.

Congratulating the nominees, Uachtarán CLG Larry McCarthy said: “I want to congratulate all of those who have been chosen among this distinguished list of nominees for the PwC All-Stars. To be recognised and shortlisted as being among the cream of the crop from what was yet another thrilling hurling summer is a significant achievement for all the players, and is shared by their families, clubs and the communities they represent. I also congratulate the contenders announced for the PwC Hurler of the Year and the PwC Young Hurler of the Year. Since 1971 the All-Stars has been synonymous with excellence. Our thanks to PwC for their continuing support of this wonderful scheme.”

Feargal O’Rourke, Managing Partner, PwC, said: “For the last 50 years the All-Star Awards have marked competitiveness and success on the pitch, but also preparation, bravery and sacrifice away from it. On behalf of everyone at PwC, sincere congratulations to each of the 45 hurlers nominated for the 2021 PwC All-Stars. Despite the ongoing challenges in 2021, their outstanding individual performances throughout the season have entertained and captivated us all. These nominations recognise their outstanding dedication and are hugely deserved.”

Tom Parsons, Chief Executive of the GPA, said: “To be nominated for a PwC All-Star is special and congratulations to the 45 players who have had their individual performances recognised by the selection committee to whom I also want to say thanks. Heartiest congratulations too, to the nominees for the PwC Hurler of the Year and the PwC Young Hurler of the Year. To be on those shortlists given the many outstanding performances in 2021 is a great achievement in itself. I also want to take the time to recognise all inter-county players, male and female, who provided us with much needed entertainment against the backdrop of the pandemic this year. What you have done for the morale of the country should not be underestimated. Thank you.”

The nominations were chosen by a panel of Gaelic Games correspondents from across, print, radio, TV and digital media, chaired by Uachtarán CLG Larry McCarthy.

PwC All-Stars Hurling nominations 2021

Goalkeepers

Patrick Collins (Cork)

Eoin Murphy (Kilkenny)

Nickie Quaid (Limerick)

Defenders

Seán Finn, Dan Morrissey, Barry Nash, Diarmaid Byrnes, Kyle Hayes, Declan Hannon (all Limerick)

Tim O’Mahony, Seán O’Donoghue, Mark Coleman, Robert Downey (all Cork)

Calum Lyons, Kieran Bennett, Conor Prunty (all Waterford)

Huw Lalor, Paddy Deegan (all Kilkenny)

Cathal Barrett, Ronan Maher (all Tipperary)

Rory Hayes (Clare)

 

Midfielders

Will O’Donoghue, Darragh O’Donovan (all Limerick)

Cathal Malone, Tony Kelly (all Clare)

Jamie Barron (Waterford)

Paddy Purcell (Laois)

 

Forwards

Gearóid Hegarty, Cian Lynch, Tom Morrissey, Peter Casey, Seamus Flanagan, Aaron Gillane (all Limerick)

Seamus Harnedy, Patrick Horgan, Shane Kingston, Jack O’Connor (all Cork)

Stephen Bennett, Austin Gleeson, Dessie Hutchinson (all Waterford)

Eoin Cody, TJ Reid (Kilkenny)

Danny Sutcliffe (Dublin)

Jason Forde (Tipperary)

Lee Chin (Wexford)

 

PwC GAA/GPA Hurler of the Year nominees

Seán Finn, Kyle Hayes, Cian Lynch (all Limerick)

 

PwC GAA/GPA Young Hurler of the Year nominees

Eoin Cody (Kilkenny), Shane Barrett (Cork), Aidan McCarthy (Clare)

Cork GAA Statement – 05/10/2021

Cork GAA wishes to confirm that Pat Ryan has confirmed to the County Executive his intention to step down as manager of the Cork Under 20 Hurling team.
The Sarsfields clubman was appointed manager for a two year term in October 2019  and led the group to two successive Munster and All Ireland titles in 2020 and 2021.
Chairperson Marc Sheehan said, “We wish to express our sincere thanks to Pat and his team for their skilled stewardship of this group throughout a difficult period, considering the effects of the Covid -19 pandemic. We have no doubt that all will have a significant part to play in Cork Hurling at all levels in the future.”
 
CEO Kevin O’Donovan paid tribute to the outstanding backroom team assembled by Pat, most notably his selectors, Donal O’Mahony, Fergal Condon, Wayne Sherlock and Brendan Coleman, stating that “Pat’s ability to build such an impressive team both on and off the field will stand us in good stead and we look forward to the future development of all involved over the coming years.”
 
Meanwhile, Cork Minor manager Noel Furlong of Carrigtwohill has also completed his term with All Ireland and Munster success having guided the current crop through the ranks from U15 level.
 
Chairperson Marc Sheehan expressed his thanks for years of service at development squad and Minor level, stating that “Noel’s vision in developing this group over a significant period came to bear in a series of outstanding performances throughput this year’s championship, all of which bodes well for their progression to the older groups in future.”
 
CEO Kevin O’Donovan, again thanked the outgoing backroom team, in particular Noel’s selectors, namely, Niall McCarthy, David Dorgan, Ger O’Regan and Wesley O’Brien.

A process to appoint successors at both Minor and U20 Hurling is now well underway, with announcements likely to follow in the near future.