Rebels’ Bounty Draw results for October

Results are in from October Rebels’ Bounty Draw, the draw took place in Paírc UÍ Chaoimh on Thursday night


Referees for Bon Secours Senior A & Premier Senior County Finals Sunday 30th October

Sunday 30th October, 2:00pm SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Bon Secours Cork Senior A Football Championship Final

Knocknagree v St Michaels – Reiteoir: James Regan (Lough Rovers)


Sunday 30th October, 4:00pm SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Bon Secours Cork Premier Senior Football Championship Final

Nemo Rangers v St Finbarr’s – Reiteoir: Alan Long (Argideen Rangers)


Rebels Bounty Draw for October will take place on Thursday 27th Oct

Draw will take place on Thursday at 8pm. It will be streamed live from SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

You will be able to watch the draw below

Kilshannig win Bons Secours Cork IAFC final

Kilshannig 1-16 Aghabullogue 0-10  by JOHN COLEMAN The Echo

KILSHANNIG landed their second county title in three years as they just had too much class for Aghabullogue in this Bons Secours Cork IAFC final at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday.

In 2019 they swept all before them at junior level and here they backed up their stunning semi-final victory over Mitchelstown with a performance of a similar vintage, despite the best efforts of a gallant Aghabullogue side.

They had heroes everywhere. Captain Killian O’Hanlon, now fully clear of his injury woes, was imperious at midfield, Brian Guerin anchored their defence superbly, Eoin O’Sullivan was relentless at left-half forward while Tom Cunningham proved to be the games star performer in kicking 1-5 from top of the left.

From the start, this was a high-quality game that showed that both sides were more than capable of stepping up a grade. The tackling was fierce, the pace was relentless and the standard of score-taking was outstanding in an exceptionally good first 20 minutes of football.

Ciarán O’Sullivan had Kilshannig ahead after 16 seconds but John Corkery had Aghabullogue level just 60 seconds later. That pattern was repeated within the next four minutes as Kieran Twomey landed a 45 for the Avondhu side while David Thompson slotted over the only pointed free of the opening period for the Muskerry men.

Kilshanning did look to have the greater potency though, as good defensive work from Colm O’Shea and Shane O’Connell allowed them plenty of possession that Killian O’Hanlon, Éanna O’Hanlon and Tom Cunningham were all able to profit from as they stretched into a 0-5 to 0-2 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Quick-fire scores from Corkery and Thompson soon had Aghabullogue back to within one and while Paul Ring was operating well at centre-back, gradually Kilshannig’s greater physical presence began to tell with O’Hanlon and O’Sullivan on top at midfield while Eoin O’Sullivan was a constant thorn in Aghabullogue’s side at left-half forward.

As Aghabullogue’s wide tally went to six coming up to the interval, Kilshannig tagged on three more points through Killian O’Hanlon, Cunningham and Darragh O’Sullivan to lead by 0-8 to 0-5 at the break.

Twomey and Darragh O’Sullivan stretched their lead after the break, and though Thompson and Paraic O’Sullivan soon cancelled those scores out, the key score of the game was on the way. Twomey tapped over a free to extend Kilshannig’s lead to four before Conor McMahon fed Cunningham who in turn slipped the ball past John Buckley in the Aghabullogue goal to put his side in total control.

Cunningham then added the next three points for his side in a virtuoso display while Cialan O’Sullivan kept the Aghabullogue scoreboard ticking over. In truth, they needed a goal and when Evan O’Sullivan’s shot slipped past the wrong side of the post with eight too, so with it went their chances.

From there to the end both sides had all but accepted their respective fates, as Twomey and Killian Murphy added to Kilshannig’s tally while Thompson had another couple of frees for Aghabullogue. There was no doubt that it was Kilshannig’s day, however, and they will operate at Premier Intermediate level next season.

And on this evidence, they will be more than comfortable in that company.

Scorers for Kilshannig: T Cunningham 1-5 (0-1 f), K Twomey 0-4 (0-2 f, 0-2 45), K O’Hanlon, D O’Sullivan 0-2 each, C O’Sullivan, É O’Hanlon, K Murphy 0-1 each.

Aghabullogue: D Thompson 0-6 (0-5 f), J Corkery 0-2, C O’Sullivan, P O’Sullivan 0-2 each.

KILSHANNIG: G Creedon; C O’Shea, E Burke, S O’Connell; B Curtin, B Guerin, J Twomey; K O’Hanlon (c), C O’Sullivan; D O’Sullivan, É O’Hanlon, E O’Sullivan; K Twomey, C McMahon, T Cunningham.

Subs: K Murphy for McMahon (49), M Twomey for E O’Sullivan (54), J Cronin for Twomey, C O’Connell for D O’Sullivan, C Murphy for B Curtin (all 59).

AGHABULLOGUE: J Buckley; P Dilworth, S Tarrant, C Smyth; B Casey, P Ring (c), D Quinlan; R Dennehy, B Dineen; E O’Sullivan, M Bradley, A Murphy; J Corkery, C O’Sullivan, D Thompson.

Subs: P O’Sullivan for Quinlan (28), N Barry Murphy for Dineen (42), J Murphy for Dennehy (54), P Twomey for Dilworth (55).

Referee: Canice Walsh (Nemo Rangers).

Kanturk win Premier IFC title

Kanturk 3-11 Bantry Blues 1-10 – Match report from

KANTURK showed their class and experience in the second half to kill off Bantry Blues’ spirited resistance and claim the Bon Secours county PIFC title in near-perfect conditions before a crowd of 4,242 at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday.

A thrilling first half left Kanturk just two points in front, but there was no disputing the better side on the resumption as the Duhallow club dominated and finally end a losing back-to-back sequence in deciders.

They restricted their opponents to just 0-3 in the second half though keeper Ronan Cashman was called upon twice to make smart saves while a third goal in the 44th minute effectively decided the contest.

Ian Walsh and substitute Cian Clernon linked to create the opportunity for the wily Lorcan McLoughlin, who sensed his moment by moving into space and finishing with aplomb for a 3-9 to 1-8 lead.

The crossbar denied Darren Browne a fourth goal moments later and while Alan Walsh blasted the rebound wide, Kanturk had 14 in all, it didn’t matter in the final analysis because the Billy Long Cup was heading to the north-west of the county.



There was a sensational start to the game with Kanturk slicing the Bantry defence for midfielder Paul Walsh and Ian Walsh to combine to set up Ryan Walsh for a goal after just 15 seconds.

And the opening minute had still to elapse, when Ian Walsh kicked the first point, suggesting the west Cork side were in for a long afternoon, particularly as the post denied Alan Walsh moments later.

But, Arthur Coakley banked a point after four minutes though the next three scores went Kanturk’s way with the Walshs again obliging, Ian, Aidan and Colin finding the range for 1-4 to 0-1 after 12 minutes.

Bantry responded with a much-needed goal in the next attack, however, Sean O’Leary playing Paddy Cronin in for a well-taken score, which boosted the Blues big time.


Corner-back Seth Thornton soloed three-quarters of the immaculate pitch to plant an uplifting point before Cronin added another almost immediately to reduce the margin to the minimum, 1-4 to 1-3 after 19 minutes.

Aidan Walsh, though, pounced for a superb individual goal, three minutes, later showing power, pace and soloing skills before unleashing a hard shot low to the corner of the Bantry net.

And while Coakley answered with a point, Bantry’s predicament worsened with points from Ian and Paul Walsh to open up a five-point advantage and yet the west Cork side finished the half on top with three points on the spin.

O’Leary began the sequence with Coakley adding the first free on the half-hour and then wrapping up a very entertaining first-half with his fourth point, Kanturk 2-6 to 1-7 in front at the break.

How fitting then that Man-of-the-Match Paul Walsh stretched the lead with the opening score of the second half and brother Ian kicked their only free in the next attack but it was McLoughlin’s goal that broke Bantry.


Scorers for Kanturk: I Walsh 0-5 (0-1 f), Aidan Walsh 1-1, R Walsh, L McLoughlin 1-0 each, P Walsh, C Walsh 0-2 each, G Bucinskas 0-1.

Bantry Blues: P Cronin 1-2, A Coakley 0-5 (0-2 f), S Thornton, S O’Leary 0-1 each, R Deane 0-1 f.

KANTURK: R Cashman; J McLoughlin, J Browne, L O’Neill; T Walsh, D Browne, B O’Sullivan; P Walsh, A Walsh (c); C Walsh, L McLoughlin, R Walsh; G Bucinskas, A Walsh, I Walsh.

Subs: C Clernon for R Walsh injured 24, J Fitzpatrick for L McLoughlin 57, L O’Keeffe for Bucinskas 60, M Healy for I Walsh 60+1.

BANTRY BLUES: S Murray; S Thornton, T Cronin, C O’Brien; E Minihane, B Foley, E O’Shea; S O’Leary, D McCarthy; S Keevers, K Coakley, D Murray; P Cronin, R Deane (c), A Coakley.

Subs: K Casey for D Murray half-time, D Daly for K Coakley 47, C Power for O’Shea 57.

Referee: A O’Connor (Ballygarvan).