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.

Rebels’ Bounty Draw for October takes place 8pm on Thursday 27th


Rebels Bounty Draw for October will take place at 8pm. The draw will be live-streamed from SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh.


It will be live on Cork GAA website and on Rebels’ Online

Sars win Premier Senior Championship

Sarsfields 0-21  Midleton 0-19

When Sarsfields won the Cork SHC in 2008 to end a 51-year wait, Teddy McCarthy was one of Bertie Óg Murphy’s selectors.

Having had to endure such a wait since 1957, the nine-year gap since 2014 until now could never compare but its bridging still brought a welter of emotion. And, while Teddy Mac could not be there in person, he was certainly there in spirit, his memory honoured long and loud by the Rivrstown faithful.

Sars didn’t lead until the 51st minute of the encounter, when Aaron Myers scored his tenth point to make it 0-18 to 0-17, but they had wiped out what was a five-point lead early in the second half and continued to enjoy the upper hand for what was left.


Scorers for Sarsfields: A Myers 0-12 (0-8f), Cathal McCarthy 0-4, J O’Connor 0-2, D Kearney, Colm McCarthy, D Hogan 0-1 each.

Midleton: C Lehane 0-7 (0-4f), R O’Regan 0-3, P Haughney, M Finn (0-1 sideline) 0-2 each, T O’Connell, S O’Sullivan, P White, C Beausang, T O’Leary Hayes 0-1 each.

SARSFIELDS: D McCarthy; Cathal McCarthy, C Leahy, P Leopold; B Murphy, E Murphy, L Elliott; C O’Sullivan, D Kearney; D Hogan, Colm McCarthy, A Myers; J O’Connor, C Darcy, S O’Regan.

Subs: L Hackett for O’Regan (43), J Sweeney for Darcy (49), B Nodwell for Hogan (53),

MIDLETON: B Saunderson; S Smyth, S O’Sullivan, S O’Leary Hayes; E Moloney, T O’Connell, C Smyth; M Finn, P Haughney; D Cremin, C Lehane, R O’Regan; C Beausang, L O’Farrell, P White.

Subs: P Connaughton for Cremin (45), T O’Leary Hayes for White (60).

Referee: C O’Regan (Ballyhea).

Castlelyons land PIHC title with win over Kilworth



Castlelyons 0-19 Kilworth 0-17 

CASTLELYONS have been crowned Co-Op SuperStores PIHC winners following a hard-fought win over Kilworth in the final at SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday afternoon.

Castlelyons had been knocking on the door over the last few years but they finally got over the line in what was an enthralling decider against a battled-hardened Kilworth side.

Castlelyons reached the final in 2020 and again in 2021, but were beaten on both occasions to Blarney and Courcey Rovers respectively. The team in green and gold weren’t going to be denied in their third final appearance in four seasons.



Scorers for Castlelyons: A Fenton 0-7 (0-6 f, 0-1 65), L Doocey, A Spillane 0-4 each, K O’Leary 0-2, C Spillane, O Hallihan 0-1 each.

Kilworth: M Sheehan 0-7 (0-6 f), B Sheehan, J Sheehan, E Carey 0-2 each, L Whelan, J Saich, C Donnellan, L Coffey 0-1 each.

CASTLELYONS: J Barry; L Sexton, N O’Leary, C Barry; C Spillane (c), D Spillane, J O’Leary; A Fenton, J Kearney; P Roche, L Doocey, C McCarthy; D Morrison, A Spillane, O Hallihan.

Subs: B Murphy for P Roche, K O’Leary for C McCarthy (both 36), S Moroney for J O’Leary (42).

KILWORTH: K Heggtveit; L Carey, K Lane, A O’Hara (jc); J Saich, D Twomey, M Gowen; L Whelan, E Carey; J Sheehan, N McNamara, W Condon; M Sheehan, C Donnellan, B Sheehan (jc).

Subs: L Coffey for C Donnellan (half-time), R Jordan for J Saich (48), P Riordan for W Condon (62, inj).

Referee: Wayne King (Banteer).