The Cork Senior Football team to play Down has been announced

  1. Míchéal Martin (Nemo Rangers)
  2. Kevin O’Donovan (Nemo Rangers)
  3. Kevin Flahive (Douglas)
  4. Kieran Histon (Nemo Rangers)
  5. John Cooper (Éire Óg)
  6. Rory Maguire (Castlehaven)
  7. Mattie Taylor (Mallow)
  8. Ian Maguire (St Finbarr’s)
  9. Colm O’Callaghan (Éire Óg)
  10. Daniel Dineen (Cill na Martra)
  11. Eoghan McSweeney (Knocknagree)
  12. John O’Rourke (Carbery Rangers)
  13. Stephen Sherlock (St Finbarr’s)
  14. Cathail O’Mahony (Mitchelstown)
  15. Brian Hurley, Capt (Castlehaven)
  16. Dylan Foley (Éire Óg)
  17. Paul Ring (Aghabullogue)
  18. Tommy Walsh (Kanturk)
  19. Luke Fahy (Ballincollig)
  20. Cian Kiely (Ballincollig)
  21. Joe Grimes (Clonakilty)
  22. Kevin Cremin (Boherbue)
  23. Blake Murphy (St Vincents)
  24. Mark Cronin (Nemo Rangers)
  25. Fionn Herlihy (Dohenys)
  26. Shane Merritt (Mallow)

The Cork Senior Hurling team to play Wexford has been announced

  1. Ger Collins (Ballinhassig)
  2. Damien Cahalane (St Finbarr’s)
  3. Daire O’Leary (Watergrasshill)
  4. Niall O’Leary (Castlelyons)
  5. Sean O’Leary-Hayes (Midleton)
  6. Ciarán Joyce (Castlemartyr)
  7. Robert Downey (Glen Rovers)
  8. Brian Roche ( Bride Rovers)
  9. Luke Meade (Newcestown)
  10. Seamus Harnedy (St Itas)
  11. Shane Barrett (Blarney)
  12. Sean Twomey (Courcey Rovers)
  13. Shane Kingston (Douglas)
  14. Alan Connolly (Blackrock)
  15. Conor Lehane (Midleton)
  16. Eoin Davis (St Catherines)
  17. Cormac O’Brien (Newtownshandrum)
  18. Eoin Roche (Bride Rovers)
  19. Conor Cahalane (St Finbarr’s)
  20. Daire Connery (Na Piarsaigh)
  21. Sam Quirke (Midleton)
  22. Tommy O’Connell (Midleton)
  23. Robbie O’Flynn (Erins Own)
  24. Jack O’Connor (Sarsfields)
  25. Padraig Power (Blarney)
  26. Mark Keane (Ballygiblin)

Cork Scór na nÓg Finals 2022


Darren Browne Kanturk, Diarmuid O’Leary Red FM CEO, Connor Power Blarney ,Luke Dineen Midleton, Fergus Lordan Courcey Rovers, Marc Sheehan Chair Cork GAA and Jack Doyle Charleville At the launch of the 2022 Redfm Cork county hurling league in SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Photos By Gerard McCarthy

With the 2022 club football season already under way, next weekend attention turns to hurling as the RedFM Cork County hurling leagues commence. This year’s leagues, the first since 2019 to be unaffected by Covid-19, but also the first to take place in the new split-season era, have added impetus due to the planned restructuring due to take place later this year.

All teams are now guaranteed at least three championship games, necessitating fewer league games, while the split season means a tighter timeframe and weekends cannot be wasted with uneven groups. A target of ten teams per division and nine games per team has been established, and in order to restructure the leagues on a fair basis, the divisions have been split into Groups 1A & 1B, 2A & 2B, 3A & 3B for 2022. Teams are allocated based primarily on their finishing league position in 2019 and secondly on their championship status for 2022. Groups 1A and 1B are of the same standard, for example, and are evenly graded.

In 2023, five divisions of ten teams and one division of 12 teams will be in place in both hurling and football, based on finishing positions at the end of the 2022 competitions.

While the structure may be changing, the sponsorship isn’t, with long-term league sponsors RedFM back for another year, and this support was acknowledged by County Chairperson Marc Sheehan, speaking at the launch of the leagues in SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh. He said “We are delighted to have RedFM on board again to sponsor our hurling leagues, and on behalf of Cork GAA, I would like to particularly thank them for their long-standing support. We look forward to running a full programme of games this year, and I have no doubt that the quality of our hurling leagues will feed into an exciting championship season later in the year.

RedFM CEO Diarmuid O’Leary said “We are delighted once again to support these leagues, which have become synonymous with RedFM over the years, and I would like to wish all participating clubs every success for the season ahead.

All fixtures in the RedFM Cork County Hurling Leagues are available on the Cork GAA website,

County Junior B and C draws

The draws for the County Junior B and C Championships took place last evening in SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Pairings / Rounds are listed below.

Fixtures will now follow.

Fixtures will now follow.


Bon Secours Junior B Football Championship (19 teams) 

Round 1 

Fr. O’Neill’s a bye 

A: Araglen v Clann Na nGael 

B: Shanballymore v Glengarriff 

C: Deel Rovers v Garnish 

D: Kilbrin v Kilmeen 

E: Goleen v Doneraile 

F: Grange v St. Oliver Plunketts 

G: Castlelyons v Lough Rovers 

H: Abbey Rovers v St. Catherine’s 

I: Diarmuid O Mathunas v Crosshaven 

Round 2 

(i) Fr. O’Neill’s v Loser of Araglen / Clann Na nGael 

(ii) Loser of Shanballymore / Glengarriff v Loser of Deel Rovers / Garnish 

(iii) Loser of Kilbrin / Kilmeen v Loser of Goleen / Doneraile 

(iv) Loser of Grange / St. Oliver Plunketts v Loser of Castlelyons / Lough Rovers 

(v) Loser of Abbey Rovers / St. Catherine’s v Loser of Diarmuid O Mathunas / Crosshaven 

Round 3 

Winner Araglen / Clann Na nGael v Winner (v) 

Winner Shanballymore / Glengarriff v Loser (i) 

Winner Deel Rovers / Garnish v Winner (iv) 

Winner Kilbrin / Kilmeen v Winner (ii) 

Winner Goleen / Doneraile v Winner (i) 

Winner Grange / St. Oliver Plunketts v Winner (iii) 

Winner Castlelyons / Lough Rovers v Winner Abbey Rovers / St. Catherine’s 

Winner Diarmuid O Mathunas / Crosshaven a bye 


Open draw, (8 teams) avoid repeat pairings in quarter-finals and semi-finals, where possible. 


Co-Op Superstores Junior B Hurling Championship (10 teams) 

Round 1 

A: Freemount v Bantry 

B: Rathpeacon v Ballyclough 

C: Lough Rovers v Doneraile 

D: O’Donovan Rossa v Randal Óg 

E: Gabriel Rangers v Laochra Óg 

Round 2 

(i) Loser Rathpeacon / Ballyclough v Loser Lough Rovers / Doneraile 

(ii) Loser O’Donovan Rossa / Randal Óg v Gabriel Rangers / Laochra Óg 


Winner Freemount / Bantry v Winner (i) 

Winner Rathpeacon / Ballyclough v Loser Freemount / Bantry 

Winner Lough Rovers / Doneraile v Winner (ii) 

Winner O’Donovan Rossa / Randal Óg v Winner Gabriel Rangers / Laochra Óg 


Open draw, (4 teams) avoid repeat pairings, where possible. 


Bon Secours Junior C Football Championship (9 teams) 

Round 1 

Ballinacurra a bye 

A: St. John’s v Gleann Na Laoi 

B: Lismire v Rochestown 

C: Ballinure v Rathpeacon 

D: Freemount v Ballyphehane 

Round 2 

(i) Ballinacurra v Loser St. John’s / Gleann Na Laoi 

(ii) Loser Lismire / Rochestown v Loser Ballinure / Rathpeacon 


Winner St. John’s / Gleann Na Laoi v Winner (ii) 

Winner Lismire / Rochestown v Winner (i) 

Winner Ballinure / Rathpeacon v Loser (i) 

Winner Freemount / Ballyphehane a bye 


Open draw, (4 teams) avoid repeat pairings, where possible.