Co-Op Superstores Divisions/Colleges Premier Senior Hurling Championship Final Imokilly vs Avondhu | Fixture Information


The Co-Op Superstores Divisions/Colleges Premier Senior Hurling Championship Final between Imokilly and Avondhu takes place on Saturday 26th August at 7:00pm in Páirc Uí Rinn. The winner of this game qualifies for the Quarter Finals of the Co-Op Superstores Premier Senior Hurling Championship.


Path to the Final

Unseeded section

Avondhu 1-25 v 2-13 Carbery

Avondhu 1-26 v 3-19 Duhallow

Avondhu 2-23 v 1-15 Muskerry – Unseeded Final


Seeded section

Avondhu 0-28 v 1-18 UCC – Semi Final

Avondhu v Imokilly – Seeded Final


Tickets Information

Tickets for the game can be purchased online here –


Live Streaming Information

The game will be live streamed on Rebels Online, sign up here

Get Into Scór Webinar 2023

Coiste Náisiúnta Scór will be hosting webinars next week to support clubs and counties across the country in promoting Scór Sinsir 2023. For clubs who are new to Scór, it is a celebration of our culture and heritage, showcasing our language, music, stories and dance.

Coiste Náisiúnta Scór want to offer everyone an opportunity to attend a webinar that will provide support to clubs who wish to enter the competition. Clubs are encouraged to join their respective county webinar where we will be able to answer questions and provide any information that is needed for Scór Sinsir 2023. Where clubs are unable to attend their own county webinar, they may attend another one of their choice.

The webinar for all Cork clubs will take place this Sunday August 27th at 7:30pm. To register for the webinar just follow the link below.

Remember you can follow GAA Scór Oifigiúil , Scór na Mumhan and Scór Chorcaí on Facebook.

Ar aghaigh linn le chéile! Spread the word – Scór Abú!

Start times changed for some Round 3 Championship fixtures

Changes to Cork GAA Round 3 Fixtures Announced by Central Control Committee (CCC)

The Central Control Committee (CCC) of Cork GAA has announced changes to the forthcoming Round 3 fixtures due to concerns about the 7pm start times, due to recent poor weather conditions and insufficient light.

Consequently, all championship fixtures that were scheduled for 7pm from September 1st will be moved to the earlier time of 6:30pm, allowing all games to be completed on the night.

This change is necessary as not all venues have floodlights available, and the CCC wants to ensure that all games are played as scheduled.

The Round 3 fixtures will determine which clubs move on to the knockout stages of the championship.

Some clubs will book their place in the County Semi-Final and enjoy an additional two-week break over Q-Finalists teams, while others will compete in the County Q-Finals on the weekend of September 15th in Hurling and 22nd in Football.

Two clubs will head to the relegation play-off, with the losing team dropping to a lower grade in 2024.

Master Fixture Plan 2023 (3) football Master Fixture Plan 2023 (3) hurling

Bon Secours Hospital Cork Sports Healthcare Event, Monday 28th August 2023 – 6:30pm

Cork GAA are pleased to announce a healthcare event for club players in association with Bon Secours Hospital Cork, sponsors of our County Football Championships, in SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Monday, August 28th at 6.30pm (registration at 6pm). There will be an excellent line-up of speakers on the night from both the medical and performance professions, as per the attached brochure.

Rebels Online Weekend Recap

Rebels Online Weekend Recap

This past weekend, Rebels Online live-streamed three thrilling games. Our first match-up was the postponed meeting between St. Finbarr’s and St. Michael’s, which took place on Saturday evening. On Sunday, Páirc Uí Rinn hosted a doubleheader, featuring Carrigaline versus Ballincollig and Nemo versus Eire Og.

Our team of commentators for the weekend were Patrick Mulcathy, who led the exciting coverage of ‘Barrs and Michaels on Saturday night he was joined by Co-Comminators Noel O’Leary and Patrick Kelly, and Patrick also covered the Nemo and Eire Og game on Sunday. Meanwhile, Liam Ahern hosted his first game on Rebels Online, commentating on Ballincollig and Carrigaline. Our Co-Comminterors on Sunday were Patrick Kelly and Conor Counihan

Don’t miss out on the action! You can re-watch all the games from the weekend or catch the 5-minute highlights on our Rebels Online Channel. Head to for more details.




Next weekend, we will broadcast the Divisional and Colleges sections Finals of the County Championships in hurling and football. More information will be posted later this week.