Rebels’ Bounty Draw results for September are in

Cork Scór Sinsir Tráth na gCeist

Calling all quiz teams for the Cork Scór Sinsir Tráth na gCeist Babhta 1 – Table Quiz Round on next Thursday, October 5th in Páirc Uí Rinn commencing at 8pm. No pre-entry required, just bring a team of four on the night. Queries to

Co-Op Superstores Cork Hurling Club Championships 2023 progress to semi-finals stage  


OSM PHOTO – 25/9/2023 – REPRO FREE
Pictured Sarsfield’s Daniel Hogan; Midleton’s Mikey Finn; Imokilly’s Mike Kelly and St. Finbarr’s Billy Hennessy. Midleton Store welcomes the CoOp Superstores Cork Hurling Premier Senior Semi-Finalists ahead of this weekend’s double header at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Picture: Alison Miles / OSM PHOTO

This weekend sees the semi-finals of the Co-Op Superstores Cork Hurling Championships

A double-header of Premier Senior hurling semi-finals at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday promises to be an excellent afternoon at the Páirc.  First up will be Sars V Imokilly at 2pm, followed by Midleton V St. Finbarrs at 4pm.

Co-Op Superstores Cork Senior A Hurling Championships between Carrigtwohill V Newcestown and Bride Rovers V Blarney will take place on Saturday at the Páirc.  In the Co-Op Superstores Cork Premier Intermediate hurling championship Ballincollig face Kilworth, while Castlemartyr play against Castlelyons.


In the Co-Op Superstores Cork Intermediate A hurling championship, it is Aghabullogue V Mayfield in Páirc UiRinn and Midleton V Blackrock in Carrigtwohill.  The Co-Op Superstores Cork Premier Junior hurling championship sees St. Catherines play Glen Rovers in Riverstown on Friday.


Furthermore there is a significant level of activity at divisional level in the Junior A and B hurling championships and we look forward to the various teams emerging for entry to the Co-Op Superstores Cork Junior A and B County hurling championships over the coming weeks.

Ahead of the games, Co-Op Superstores Midleton Manager John Keily, said, “The excitement and eagerness is building across our 18 Cork stores ahead of the hurling championship semi-finals.  At the heart of our local communities lie our stores and GAA clubs across the county and we are delighted to once again support all clubs who took part.  Best wishes to all the remaining clubs.”

Speaking about this weekend’s games Cork County Chairperson, Marc Sheehan said, “Best wishes to all four teams ahead of this weekend’s semi-finals.  I would like to compliment each and every club who contributed to the 2023 championship, it has been exceptional to date.  I’d also like to thank our sponsors, Co-Op Superstores Cork for their support and dedication to our games”.

Cork GAA look forward to welcoming all our supporters to Páirc Ui Chaoimh and games may also be viewed on Rebels’ OnLine via the following link, Rebels Online – Cork GAA’s Streaming Platform (


Munster Referee Academy Presentations

Shane Scanlon (Newcestown, Cork) accepts his Munster Referee Academy certificate from Munster GAA Chairman Ger Ryan (left) and Munster Referees Committee Chairman Michael Wadding

5 Munster Referees recently completed the Munster Referee Academy and subsequently officiated in this year’s Munster Minor Championships.

The referees are Eoghan O’Muircheartaigh (Dingle, Kerry), Sean Walsh (De La Salle, Waterford), David Deady (Bruree, Limerick), Alan Tierney (Shannon Rovers, Tipperary) and Shane Scanlon (Newcestown, Cork).

The Munster Academy steered a determined pathway which involved guiding the selected candidates through an intensive six week program of carefully designed workshop topics which were tailored to help each candidate make the transition from club refereeing to intercounty refereeing.

The referees were presented with their certificates at a function in Killarney on Friday September 22nd by Munster GAA Chairman Ger Ryan and Munster Referees Committee Chairman Michael Wadding.


Congratulations to Shane Scanlon (Newcestown) on receiving his Munster Referee Academy Certificate.

Rebels Bounty Draw for September, Thursday 28th September