Munster U20 Football Championship 2020

Cork U20 footballers will play Clare the Munster Football Championship Semi-Final.

Clare beat Waterford in Q-Final on Thursday evening.

The Semi-Final will take place in Miltown Malbay at 7pm on February 26th

EirGrid Munster Under 20 Football Championship Semi-Final

Wednesday February 26th

Clare v Cork
Venue: Hennessy Memorial Park Miltown Malbay @ 7pm
Referee: Brendan Griffin (Kerry)
Extra Time if Necessary (Result on the Day)

The Cork team has been announced here

Keith Ricken from St.Vincent’s and CIT is Manager, his selectors are Colm O’Neill (Ballyclough), Maurice Moore (Carbery Rangers), Barry Corkery (Éire Óg) and Micheál Ó Cróinín (Naomh Abán)

Full Munster U20 Championship Draw

Referee Training Course.

The Basic Level 1 Referee Foundation Course will be held in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Thursday 27th February, Tuesday 3rd March and Thursday 5th of March from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.

If you are based in Carbery or Béara Divsions the course will take place on Thursday 19th March, Tuesday 24th March and Thursday 26th March in Dunmanway from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.

Applicants must be 17 years of age or older to take part in this course. The link to the application is

​Queries can be emailed to ( Colm Lyons, Cork County Referees Recruitment Officer)

Cork Under 20 Football Team announced.

The Cork Under 20 Football Team to play Clare has been announced.

1. Josh O Keeffe – Newmarket
2. Colm O Shea  – Kilshannig
3. Daniel O Mahony  – Knocknagree
4. Diarmaid Phelan  – Aghada
5. David Buckley – Newcestown
6. Bill Foley – Bantry Blues
7. Brian Lynch – Douglas
8. Jack Lawton  – Argideen Rangers
9. Daniel O Connell  – Kanturk
10. Jack Murphy – Éire Óg
11. Aodhán Ó Luasa  – Naomh Aban
12. Brian Hayes – St. Finbarrs
13. Mark Cronin  – Nemo Rangers (Joint Captain)
14. Fionn Herlihy  – Doheny’s
15. Blake Murphy  – St. Vincent’s (Joint Captain)
16. Cian O Leary – Douglas
17. Bill Curtin – Kilshannig
18. Sean Desmond – Clondrohid
19. Eoghan Lehane – Canovee
20. Darragh Cashman – Millstreet
21. Eanna O Hanlon – Kilshannig
22. Conor Corbett – Clyda Rovers
23. Conor Russell – Douglas
24. Gerry O Sullivan – Boherbue

Extended Panel Members

Eoin Nation  – Nemo Rangers
Ciaran Nyhan  – Ballinascarthy
Jack Kelliher  – Canovee
Dylan Connolly  – Glanworth
Kieran Twomey  – Kilshannig
Conor Smith  – Aghabullogue


Management:  Keith Ricken, Michéal Ó Cronín, Maurice Moore, Colm O Neill, Barry Corkery

Strength & Conditioning: Con Burns

Goalkeeping Coach: Kevin Murphy

Logistics: Charlie McCarthy, Brian Walsh, Denis McSweeney

Medical: Dr Aidan Kelleher, Brian O Connell

Liaison Officer: Des Cullinane

Cork beat Tipperary in league

Cork 3-13

Tipperary 0-21

John Fallon reports from Semple Stadium for

CORK HAD TO stage a second-half comeback to preserve their perfect start to their Division 3 football league campaign as a brave Tipperary effort came up just short tonight.

Tipperary managed just 0-26 in their opening three games but while they came within five points of that total in front of a crowd of just 875, it wasn’t enough to prevent a second loss of the campaign.

But David Power’s men will take a lot of encouragement from a good display which came up short when Luke Connolly twice found the net in the second half.

Tipperary hit the ground running in perfect conditions at Semple Stadium and deservedly led by 0-5 to 0-0 after just ten minutes.

Riain Quigley marked his senior debut with a point after just 70 seconds and they pushed on from there with Steven O’Brien, Emmet Moloney, Sean O’Connor and Colman Kennedy hitting the range.

Cork, who kicked four wides in the opening eight minutes, finally got off the mark when Mattie Taylor scored after ten minutes, with Cian Kelly quickly adding another.

Tipperary hit back with efforts from Conor Sweeney and Quigley but then after John O’Rourke pointed for the Rebels, Ruairi Deane found the net and Cathail O’Mahony pointed to level at 1-4 to 0-7 after 26 minutes.

The Tipp response was excellent and they hit the next five points before Cork cut the gap before the break through O’Rourke and O’Mahony to trail by 0-12 to 1-6.

Kennedy and Liam Boland extended Tipperary’s lead after the restart before Connolly neatly slotted home a 41st penalty after Taylor was fouled by Quigley to cut the gap to 0-14 to 2-6.

Cork got the deficit down to a point by the 48th minute and then Connolly struck for his second goal to put them ahead for the first time in the game, with substitute Ciaran Sheehan quickly adding a point to lead by 3-10 to 0-16 going into the final quarter.

Sweeney and Brian Fox responded for Tipperary but two more points from Connolly and one from O’Mahony left Cork leading by 3-13 to 0-18 with seven minutes left and they held on for victory even with Ciaran Sheehan black-carded on the hour as a late Tipp rally came up just short.

Scorers for Cork: Luke Connolly 2-2 (1-0 pen, 0-1f, 0-1 mark), Cathail O’Mahony 0-5 (2f), Ruairi Deane 1-0, John O’Rourke 0-2, Sean Powter 0-1, Mattie Taylor 0-1, Cian Kiely 0-1, Ciaran Sheehan 0-1.

Scorers for Tipperary: Jack Kennedy 0-5 (0-4f), Conor Sweeney 0-4 (4f), Liam Boland 0-2, Emmet Moloney 0-2, Steven O’Brien 0-2, Riain Quigley 0-2, Brian Fox 0-1, Sean O’Connor 0-1 (mark), Evan Comerford 0-1 (’45), Colman Kennedy 0-1.


1. Micheál Martin (Nemo Rangers)

4. Paul Ring (Aghabullogue)
2. Sean Powter (Douglas)
3. James Loughrey (Mallow)

5. Tomás Clancy (Fermoy)
6. Mattie Taylor (Mallow)
7. Cian Kiely (Ballincollig)

8. Ian Maguire (St Finbarr’s)
9. Killian O’Hanlon (Kilshannig)

10. John O’Rourke (Carbery Rangers)
11. Sean White (Clonakilty)
12. Brian Hartnett (Douglas)

13. Ruairí Deane (Bantry Blues)
14. Luke Connolly (Nemo Rangers)
15. Cathail O’Mahony (Mitchelstown)


17. Liam O’Donovan (Clonakilty) for Taylor (21-27, blood)
25. Ciaran Sheehan (Éire Óg) for White (45)
17. O’Donovan for Kiely (49)
24. Colm O’Callaghan (Éire Óg) for O’Mahony (56)
20. Paul Walsh (Kanturk) for Powter (62)
21. Kevin O’Driscoll (Tadhg McCartháigh) for O’Hanlon (65)


1. Evan Comerford (Kilsheelan-Kilcash)

2. Alan Campbell (Moyle Rovers)
3. John Meagher (Loughmore-Castleiney)
17. Tadhg Fitzgerald (Moyle Rovers)

10. Kevin Fahey (Clonmel Commercials)
6. Robbie Kiely (Barryroe)
7. Bill Maher (Kilsheelan-Kilcash)

8. Steven O’Brien (Ballina)
11. Jack Kennedy (Clonmel Commercials)

5. Emmet Moloney (Drom & Inch)
26. Colman Kennedy (Clonmel Commercials)
12. Brian Fox (Éire Óg Annacarty-Donohill)

14. Conor Sweeney (Ballyporeen)
23. Riain Quigley (Moyle Rovers)
25. Sean O’Connor (Clonmel Commercials)


13. Liam Boland (Moyle Rovers) for Kennedy (30)
18. Liam Fahey (Rockwell Rovers) for K Fahey (45)
22. Jason Lonergan (Clonmel Commercials) for O’Connor (58)
15. Kevin O’Halloran (Portroe) for Quigley (58)
4. Joseph Niland (Loughmore-Castleiney) for Moloney (65)

Referee: Brendan Cawley (Kildare).

Cork Senior Football team to play Tipperary has been announced

The Cork Senior Football Team to play Tipperary in Round 4 of the Allianz Football League has been announced.

1.  Micheál Martin Nemo Rangers

2. Sean Powter Douglas

3 .James Loughrey Mallow

4. Paul Ring Aghabullogue

5. Tomas Clancy Fermoy

6. Mattie Taylor  Mallow

7. Cian Kiely Ballincollig

8. Ian Maguire St. Finbarrs

9. Killian O’ Hanlon Killshannig

10. John O’ Rourke Carbery Rangers

11. Sean White Clonakilty

12. Brian Hartnett Douglas

13. Ruairi Deane Bantry Blues

14. Luke Connolly Nemo Rangers

15. Cathail O’ Mahony Mitchelstown

16. Anthony Casey Kiskeam

17. Sam Ryan St. Finbarrs

18. Maurice Shanley Clonakilty

19. Aidan Browne Newmarket

20. Paul Walsh Kanturk

21. Kevin O’ Driscoll Tadhg McCartháigh

22. Eoghan McSweeney Knocknagree

23. Paul Kerrigan Nemo Rangers

24. Colm O’ Callaghan Eire Óg

25. Ciaran Sheehan Eire Óg

26. Damien Gore Kilmacabea

Cork footballers travel to Tipperary

Cork will play Tipperary in Round 4 of the Allianz Football League Division 3 on Saturday February 22nd at 7pm in Semple Stadium Thurles.

Cork Footballers have recorded three wins in the league this season, beating Offaly, Leitrim and Down.

Cork Team to play will be announced later this week on


Game information  
Competition Allianz Football League
Round 4th round
Teams Cork and Tipperary
Venue Semple Stadium Thurles
Time 7pm
Date February 22nd 2020
Referee Brendan Cawley


Tickets for the game are available online at or at your local Super Valu and Centra store.



Red FM Hurling Leagues

The opening weekend saw a lot of games called off due to Storm Dennis in the RedFM Hurling leagues.

For some clubs, Round 2 will be their opening games in this seasons competition. Below are full fixture details for the week ahead. Their will be also some football games in the Rochetown Park Leagues this weekend as well.

Click on the league name to view the full details for the league with fixtures, results and club information. You can also check out what other games are taking place for your club by clicking on their name.