The Cork Senior Football Panel for the National League has been announced;

Cork Senior football manager John Cleary has this evening announced details of his Football squad ahead of Allianz League which begins on Sunday.
Brian Hurley will once again captain the team with Sean Meehan as vice-captain.
Captain – Brian Hurley
Vice – Captain – Sean Meehan
  1. David Buckley – Newcestown
  2. Jack Cahalane – Castlehaven
  3. Darragh Cashman – Millstreet
  4. Thomas Clancy – Clonakilty
  5. Conor Corbett – Clyda Rovers
  6. Mark Cronin – Nemo Rangers
  7. Ruairi Deane – Bantry Blues
  8. Patrick Doyle – Knocknagree
  9. Luke Fahy – Ballincollig
  10. Kevin Flahive – Douglas
  11. Damien Gore – Kilmacabea
  12. Fionn Herlihy – Dohenys
  13. Brian Hurley – Castlehaven
  14. Chris Óg Jones – Uibh Laoire
  15. Christopher Kelly – Éire Óg
  16. Niel Lordan – Ballinora
  17. Ian Maguire – St Finbarr’s
  18. Rory Maguire – Castlehaven
  19. Cathal Magure – Castlehaven
  20. Micheál Aodh Martin – Nemo Rangers
  21. Sean Meehan – Kiskeam
  22. Blake Murphy – St Vincent’s
  23. Eoghan McSweeney – Knocknagree
  24. Colm O’ Callaghan – Éire Óg
  25. Kevin O’ Donovan – Nempo Rangers
  26. Brian O’ Driscoll – Tadhg MacCarthaigh
  27. Jacob O’ Driscoll – Valley Rovers
  28. Killian O’ Hanlon – Kilshannig
  29. Daniel O’ Mahony – Knocknagree
  30. John O’ Rourke – Carbery Rangers
  31. Sean Powter – Douglas
  32. Maurice Shanley – Clonakilty
  33. Steven Sherlock – St Finbarr’s
  34. Matty Taylor – Mallow
  35. Paul Walsh – Kanturk
  36. Tommy Walsh – Kanturk

Rebels’ Bounty Draw for December- Results are in

Rebels’ Bounty Draw for December took place on Thursday night. Our top prize on the night was €100,000. Check out all you need to know below and see who won what.

Rebels Bounty Draw for December and County Championship Draws 2024




Cork GAA are delighted to announce that our Rebels’ Bounty Draw for December will take place on Thursday 14th December. The top prize of €100,000 will be awarded to the first person drawn out at the draw.

On the night and part of the same stream, we will be live-streaming our Championship Draws for the year 2024. 

You can watch the draws at the link above


Honoring a Legend: Galway and Meath Face Cork in Teddy McCarthy Tribute Event


In a poignant tribute to the late Teddy McCarthy, Galway and Meath are set to play a double-header against Cork at Páirc UíChaoimh on December 9th. The event aims to celebrate the unique career of McCarthy, a true icon of the GAA world, who passed away in June of this year.

Teddy McCarthy’s remarkable achievement of winning Senior All-Ireland titles in both hurling and football in 1990 is a feat unmatched in the history of the sport. To commemorate his legacy, specially commissioned memorial trophies will be presented to the winners of the Galway hurlers vs. Cork (5 pm) and Meath footballers vs. Cork (3 pm) games.

Marc Sheehan, Chairperson of Cork GAA, expressed gratitude to Meath and Galway for participating in these fixtures. The day will begin with a function for Teddy’s colleagues from the 1990 teams, who will be introduced to the crowd during halftime. Mini-games featuring Glanmire Ladies Football, Sarsfields, Passage Underage teams, and North Mon First years will add to the festive atmosphere.

A series of interviews with Teddy’s former colleagues and opponents will take place during a special event in the Seandún room.


Match tickets, priced at €20 and €17 (OAPs & students), can be purchased on the official Cork GAA website. All U16s get free admission, and proceeds from ticket sales go to the Teddy McCarthy Memorial Fund. Additionally, a GoFundMe link is available for those who wish to contribute directly.

For fans unable to attend in person, the games will be live-streamed on Rebels Online. A special edition of “Legends,” featuring interviews about Teddy McCarthy, will be recorded on the day and broadcast over the Christmas period.

To learn more about this heartfelt tribute and to purchase tickets, visit Cork GAA’s official Teddy McCarthy Tribute page.

One Cork Worldwide 2024 was officially launched at Croke Park

Thursday evening marked a significant milestone as One Cork Worldwide 2024 was officially launched at Croke Park, serving as the backdrop for the unveiling of its membership.

Larry McCarthy, the President of the GAA, delivered a keynote address that not only reflected on pivotal moments during his presidency but also introduced the eagerly anticipated 2024 membership. His words resonated with the essence of the occasion, setting the tone for what promises to be an exciting chapter for Cork GAA.

Marc Sheehan, County Chairperson, took the stage to share the highlights of his term, including achievements such as three U20 titles and a Minor All-Ireland returning to Leeside. His insights provided a glimpse into the remarkable journey of Cork GAA.

Kevin O’Donovan, CEO of Cork GAA, took the opportunity to outline future initiatives that will be supported by One Cork Worldwide. He emphasised the organisation’s commitment to fostering growth within Cork teams, spanning from the developmental stages at U14 to the pinnacle of Adult competition. O’Donovan’s vision illuminated the path ahead, showcasing a strategic approach to elevate Cork’s standing in the world of Gaelic games.

The evening unfolded with engaging discussions featuring Cork Senior football manager John Cleary, accompanied by former players Tony Nation, Tomas Mulcathy, Eithe Duggan, and Valerie Mulcathy. Together, they shared valuable insights into their personal journeys with Cork GAA, providing a unique perspective on the rich history and evolving landscape of the sport in the region. The exchange of experiences added a layer of depth to the event, fostering a sense of camaraderie and unity among all those present.

In essence, the launch of One Cork Worldwide 2024 at Croke Park was not merely an event; it was a celebration of Cork GAA’s past, present, and future. The convergence of key figures, from the GAA President to local luminaries, underscored the collective commitment to advancing the sporting legacy of Cork on both national and international stages. As the evening concluded, the anticipation for the journey ahead lingered, fueled by the shared passion for Gaelic games and the unyielding spirit of the Cork GAA community.