Red Friday with Cork GAA

There is something for everyone this Christmas at Cork GAA.  Following feedback from Cork GAA fans across the globe we have created a number of exciting opportunities to support our games and treat yourself, a client or a loved one this Christmas season.
Treat the Cork GAA fan in your life to a season ticket, allowing them to attend as many Cork GAA Club games as they wish for just €150.
The gift of a Rebels’ Bounty membership for just €100 will ensure they have the chance to win 30 times monthly including a jackpot prize of €100,000 in December.  Why not treat yourself too.
Send the gift of One Cork Worldwide Membership to a loved one abroad, this special membership will allow them to strengthen the link with him through regular communications and updates from our HQ at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.  They will also be sent a membership welcome package including One Cork Worldwide clothing and a signed Cork GAA jersey.   (Expected delivery after Christmas).
There are lots of ways to treat yourself or a loved one this Christmas, visit gaacork.ie/redfriday for more

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Rebels’ Bounty Draw for December 2021

Watch the draw back below

 

Seánie O’ Leary – RIP

The death has taken place of Cork Hurling legend Seanie O’ Leary. The Youghal club man passed away at the age of 69 with his place a Leeside legend long secured, winning four senior All-Irelands as a player and two as a selector.

Regarded as a supreme goal scorer, Seanie was a member of the three-in-a-row winning Cork forward line from 1976 to ’78 and a champion again in 1984 before his retirement, and in the process amassed 30 championship goals in just 36 games. One of his most iconic goal was the goal he got again Offaly in the Centenary Hurling final of 1984 in Thurles. Those heroic displays gave him his third All-Star, to go with awards in 1976 and ’77. He also lined out in All-Ireland finals in ’72, ’82 and ’83, and finished up with nine Munster senior medals and four leagues, to go with his Celtic Crosses. He was All-Ireland minor winner in 1969 and ’70, and won three All-Irelands at Under 21 level. Seanie was manager of the Imokilly team that won back-to-back senior counties in ’97 and ’98. From there, O’Leary stepped up to a Cork management role and again trophies followed: the 1999 All-Ireland, with Jimmy Barry-Murphy at the helm, and in 2004 under Donal O’Grady.

County Board Chairman Marc Sheehan led tributes to Seánie O’ Leary and expressed the sympathy of the Board to Geraldine, Aideen Tomás , Ciarán and their extended family on the passing of a true icon of Cork Hurling. Seánie made an enormous contribution to Cork teams as a player and later as a mentor. Cork G.A.A. salutes his achievements as a goal scoring forward from the 1970s and 1980’s All Ireland winning  senior teams and also as hugely influential mentor in 1999 and 2004.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam

https://rip.ie/death-notice/sean-o-leary-glounthaune-cork/478063

Final draw for Rebels’ Bounty 2021

The final draw for Rebels’ Bounty 2021 will take place in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on this Thursday, December 2nd at 7pm, when the jackpot cash prize of €100,000, along with 29 other prizes will be drawn.
Due to the prevailing risks associated with Covid-19, it will be an online event and will be broadcast from the usual Cork GAA channels.
The draw will be followed by the launch of Rebels’ Bounty 2022.

With €2.8m raised by clubs in 2021, hopes are high that we can top this figure in 2022.

A cash prize fund of over €500,000 will again be in place and quotas will remain as follows: Senior Club 100, Intermediate Club 70, Junior A Club 55, Junior B / C Club 35, Colleges 25. Other initiatives such as an ‘early bird offer’ for early online sales will apply.
Ticket sales will open on Friday morning, December 3rd, running across a three-month period incorporating December, January and February.
The first draw will take place at the end of February 2022 (January & February Draws).
We are asking all clubs to consider the strategies below which were adopted by many clubs this year and all of which proved worthwhile.
  1. Special ‘One Club’ sub-committee with targets, listed sellers, weekly meetings (incorporating Juvenile, Camogie, Ladies football)
  2. Identify Club projects – e.g. pitch development, schools coaching etc
  3. Local marketing campaign – create your own brochures, videos, club letter
  4. Create a bundle / package – e.g. Club membership, Lotto & Bounty combined
  5. Migrate / merge existing fundraising schemes – e.g. Club 300 draw
  6. Internal Club Prize Pot – i.e. local winners guaranteed
  7. Create database of potential customers – members, players, electoral register, extended families, local businesses, ex-players, ex-pats & overseas
  8. Direct communication methods – phone, door-to-door, club text, club letter etc

If clubs wish to gain further insights from successful units of a similar size, feel free to let us know and we will link you up.

Alternatively, feel free to drop us a line at any time if you require assistance from the support committee in promoting Rebels’ Bounty.