Rebels’ Bounty Draw results from September’s draw in Mallow

Bon Secours Cork Football Club Championships 2022 progress to semi-finals stage

Pictured is Sinead O’Keeffe, Commercial Director Cork GAA & Pairc UI Chaoimh and Harry Canning, CEO Bon Secours Cork, with, Eoin Comyns, St. Finbarrs, Rory Maguire, Castlehaven, Luke Fahy, Ballincollig and Micheal Aodh Martin, Nemo Rangers, at the Bon Secours Cork Premier Senior Football Championship 2022, Semi Final lineup, at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.

The semi-finals of the Bon Secours Cork Football Club Championships 2022 take place this weekend across the county.


Cork GAA look forward to a super weekend of Football Semi-Finals as we move to the business end of the Bon Secours Cork Football Club Championships.  With a huge focus on the Premier Senior football semi-finals at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday between Nemo Rangers and Ballincollig at 2pm followed by St. Finbarrs V. Castlehaven at 4pm it promises to be a spectacular afternoon at the Páirc.

Semi-Finals are also taking place in the Bon Secours Cork Senior A Football Championships in SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday night between St. Michael’s v O’Donovan Rossa, followed by Clyda Rovers v Knocknagree.

In the Bon Secours Cork Premier Intermediate Football Championship Kanturk will take on Cill Na Martra, while Bantry Blues play against Uibh Laoire.

In the Bon Secours Cork Intermediate A Football Championship, it is Boherbue v Aghabullogue and Mitchelstown v Kilshannig.

Ahead of the games, Bon Secours Hospital CEO, Harry Canning visited Páirc Ui Chaoimh and was joined by semi-finalists from the 4 Premier Senior Clubs remaining and Cork GAA Commercial Director, Sinéad O’Keeffe.

Speaking in the wake of the Semi-Finals Harry Canning said, “Bons Secours Hospital Cork are once again delighted to support this year’s Cork County Football Championships. We would like to acknowledge all the players who have competed in this year’s competition and represented their clubs with pride and commitment. We look forward to an eagerly anticipated weekend of exciting football action and send best wishes to all the clubs involved in the upcoming Bon Secours Football Championship semi-finals in the Premier Senior, Senior A, Premier Intermediate, and Intermediate A grades. Bon Secours continue to display a commitment to the GAA throughout a variety of partnerships and we are delighted to be part of this championship which has seen the welcome lifting of restrictions and full return of supporters to games. On behalf of Bon Secours Hospital Cork, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all players, management, and supporters, the very best of luck at the weekend”.

Cork GAA Chairperson, Marc Sheehan added “I would like to take this opportunity to wish all four teams the very best ahead of this weekend’s semi-finals.  This has been one of the best football club championship in years.  We look forward to welcoming fans to the Páirc, particularly the youngsters participating in our mini-games at half time.”

Speaking about this weekend’s games Cork GAA Commercial Director, Sinéad O’Keeffe said, “I would like to thank Bon Secours Hospital Cork for their continued support. There have been some tremendous games to date and we look forward to a fantastic weekend as we now approach the semi-final stages.”

Cork GAA look forward to welcoming all supporters and wish all our teams the very best.


Rebels’ Bounty Draw for September

Rebels’ Bounty Draw For September Will Take Place On Wednesday September 28.

We are on the move again this month and we will be broadcasting live from Mallow GAA Complex.

For September, the top prize is  €20,000 with second place getting €3,000 and 3rd placed winning €2,000.

The draw will be live below




County Hurling Finals dates confirmed

On Sunday evening, following the conclusion of the Co-Op Superstores County Hurling semi-finals that were played across the weekend, The Competition Control Committee (CCC) met to confirm details of the County finals 2022. 

The details have been confirmed as follows: 

In total, five hurling finals will take place over two weekends, with all games taking place at Páirc Ui Chaoimh. 

The first game will see Mid-Cork side Cloughduv playing East Cork side Dungourney at 2pm on October 9th in the Co-Op Superstores Intermediate ‘A’ Final 

Later that afternoon, the Co-Op Superstores Senior A final will take place at 4pm with 2021 finalists Fr. O’Neill’s playing 2021 Premier Intermediate champions Courcey Rovers. 

The first ever Co-Op Superstores Premier Junior County final will take place on October 15th when Ballygiblin play Tracton. 

The Co-Op Superstores Premier Senior Hurling final will be an all-city game between Blackrock and St. Finbarr’s. Blackrock are back in the final again after winning in 2020, for St. Finbarr’s they are in their first final since 1993. The final will take place on October 16th at 4pm. 

The Premier Intermediate final between Inniscarra and Castlemartyr will be played before the Premier Senior game with a 2pm start time with the winners of this game joining the senior ranks for 2023.   

Sun, Oct 9th @2pm IAHC Final: Cloughduv v Dungourney at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Sun, Oct 9th @4pm SAHC Final: Courcey Rovers v Fr. O’Neills at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Sat, Oct 15th @5pm PJHC Final: Ballygiblin v Tracton at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Sun, Oct 16th @2pm PIHC Final: Inniscarra v Castlemartyr at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Sun, Oct 16th @4pm PSHC Final: Blackrock v St. Finbarr’s at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh 

Information on tickets will be announced shortly and will be on sale on



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