RedFM League Finals Results

Red FM HL Div 1:
Sarsfields 2-20, Blackrock 1-15, Venue: Pairc Ui Rinn ;

Red FM HL Div 2:
Glen Rovers 0-26, Ballincollig 0-15, Venue: Pairc Ui Rinn;

Red FM HL Div 3:
Carrigaline 0-17, Eire Og 1-17, Venue: Ballincollig ;

Red FM HL Div 4:
Ballinhassig 1-19, Valley Rovers 1-17, Venue: Riverstick;
Red FM HL Div 5:
Russell Rovers 3-13, Cloughduv 0-13, Venue: Caherlag;

Red FM HL Div 6:
Ballygarvan 1-17, Tracton 0-16, Venue: Carrigaline;
Red FM HL Div 7:
Erins Own 3-16, Glen Rovers 1-13, Venue: Riverstown;


GAA Games Development in Cork set to receive a significant boost with new appointments

Cork GAA now welcome applications for the role of eight new GAA Games Development Coordinators (GDCs) across the county.

This will be in addition to the six Games Development Administrators (GDAs) currently in place, who will be offered the opportunity to migrate to GDC roles, resulting in a total of fourteen coaching staff tasked with improving participation and playing standards at ground level.

GDCs will be responsible for the delivery of GAA games development policy and related programmes as contained in the county coaching and games development plan in local clubs and schools (Primary and Post Primary) within a geographic area of a county. The role will also focus on establishing self-sufficient and sustainable clubs by building capacity and capability within the volunteer structure to deliver a games development programme. A key target associated with the role will be the growth and retention of coach and player participation.

Applications are now open (until Wednesday, July 12th at 3pm).

Applications are open here –

Referees Committee 2023

During the July County Board meeting, the Cork GAA referee committee for 2023 was announced.

Niall Barret, who is also the referee administrator to the County Committee, will serve as the chair of the committee. Jim McEvoy from Blaney will be the committee’s secretary.  Full details of the committee is listed below. 


Chairperson Niall Barret Carrigtwohill
Runai Jim McEvoy Blarney
Recruitment Colm Lyons Nemo Rangers
Mentoring Diarmuid Kirwan Eire Og
Retention Cormac Dineen Douglas
Umpires Paddy Corkery Eire Og
Equipment Jamie Lane Dungourney
PRO Cathal O Murchu Brian Dillions
Avondhu John O Donovan Killavullen
Beara John Enright Glengarriff
Carrigdoun Brian Coinry Crosshaven
Carberry Eamon Sheedy Newcestown
Duhallow Dan Dennehy Cullen
Muskery/Advisors Miah Moynihan Grenagh
Seandun James Dorgan Nemo Rangers
Imokily Jerome O Brien Cloyne


Bon Secours Divisional / College Football Championship (Unseeded Final)


Duhallow and Muskerry are set to face off on Thursday night at 7:30 pm in Dromtarriffe GAA complex for the final of the Bon Secours Divisional / College Football Championship (Unseeded Final). The winner of this game will advance to the seeded section of the divisional/colleges competition, joining UCC and Carbery.

The winning team of the seeded competition will be awarded the Tadhg Crowley Cup and a spot in the County Q-Finals of the Premier Senior Football Championship.

Tickets for this game are on sale below or at



Cork GAA are pleased to announce the appointment of Niall Twomey as our new Head of Games Development

Cork GAA are pleased to announce the appointment of Niall Twomey as our new Head of Games Development.

A former County Senior Football winner with Bantry Blues on two occasions, Niall has volunteered across several areas in Cork GAA over the past decade, as Cork Minor Football selector, U21 Football trainer, Senior Football Development Squad manager, Club Coaching Officer and Underage Chairperson with his adopted Ballinascarthy and as a facilitator for our urban club review pilot recently.

He previously served in the Irish Defence Forces, which included overseas missions in DR Congo, Lebanon, Kosovo and East Timor. Since 2012 he has worked as the Civil Defence Officer for Cork West, responsible for the management, training and deployment of personnel to respond effectively to emergency situations at local and regional level.

Niall will commence the role on July 24th.

Welcoming the appointment, Cork GAA Chairperson Marc Sheehan said, “We are delighted to have someone of Niall’s calibre to lead our Games Development department at a time of such growth. We have no doubt that he has the leadership and organisational skills to manage what will be a key pillar in the development of our games and we look forward to supporting his role.”

Cork GAA Secretary & CEO, Kevin O’Donovan said, “The appointment of additional coaching officers on the ground has been a long-held ambition and we are excited to see our plans finally come to fruition with thanks to Central Council, Munster Council and our own County Committee for the increased funding allocation. Niall’s appointment, followed by the increased staffing levels, will be organised in parallel with a full review of all areas of Games Development within the county across Clubs, Schools and County Development Squads.”