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Additional Resources for Running Club AGMs

Further to the advice document on running Club AGMs issued on 2ú Deireadh Fómhair, The GAA wish to bring your attention to additional resources.

You are asked to note these resources and share them with your fellow Officers.

CLUB AGM WEBINAR

A webinar has been created to explain how Clubs might organise AGMs in the context of the current restrictions which have been imposed to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.

Liam Keane (Chairperson of the GAA Rules Advisory Committee) explains the key considerations in the webinar.

Access here: https://youtu.be/IzNzn0lDmYA

Club Officers have the option of submitting additional queries for consideration by the Association using an online form.

Access here: Club AGM Query Form

Responses will be collated and reviewed by the relevant GAA Committees. Additional information or training to provide clarification on the main issues will be provided as required.

IT GUIDES

User guides for hosting virtual AGMs via Microsoft Teams are also now available. Please find attached:

  • Guidance for GAA Clubs on hosting virtual Club AGMs
  • Guidance for Club Members on attending virtual Club AGMs

Guidance for GAA Clubs – Attending a Virtual AGM

Guidance for GAA Clubs – Hosting a Virtual AGM

Club Coach Mentoring Programme

Rebel Óg Coaching are offering coaches of players between the ages 13 and 17 an exciting opportunity to develop their coaching skills & standards through a new mentoring programme.
Coaches who sign up to the programme will receive a series of blended workshops (face to face and on line) in the following areas :
  • Coaching session design/planning
  • Games based methods
  • Athletic development 
  • Technical skill development
  • Creating team structure (with/without the ball)
  • communication
WHO SHOULD SIGN UP ?
Club coaches (of 13-17 year old boys) who are very keen to improve their own coaching standards and get more from their training sessions. If a coach has completed a Foundation Course and/or Award One Course, this programme would be an additional platform to hone coaching skills and will touch on elements of these courses but will be more practical and individual in focus.
WHAT IS INVOLVED SHOULD I SIGN UP?
The plan is to have coaches attend 6 workshops of 1 hour in duration over the next 3-4 months.
These workshops would be a minimum of 3 on line webinars and face to face content will depend on Covid 19 guidelines.
We would also setup an informal chat group for coaches to interact with each other to discuss particular coaching topics led by a facilitator.
Coaches should be willing to get constructive feedback on their coaching sessions also.
Coaches will have direct back up from their local GDA also once registered.
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
By following the link below and complete the form on or before Tuesday 20th October.
Please note this form is an expression of interest and does not constitute acceptance on to the programme. Places are limited and coaches may be shortlisted in advance.

Updated Advice to Clubs and Counties – Oct 7th 2020

Following confirmation that all 26 Counties will move to Level 3 of the Irish Government’s Plan for Living with Covid 19, the GAA’s Covid Advisory group has issued the following key updates for those involved in Gaelic Games in the 26 Counties. The Executive in the North is due to meet later this week and it is anticipated that further restrictions may be imposed due to the rising infection levels in the six counties.

CLUB SPECIFIC GUIDELINES

1. Club Games

The GAA, Camogie and LGFA have taken the decision that no club games should take place until further notice and for at least the next two weekends.

This position will then be reviewed and we will contact Clubs and Counties with any update on this position when it is available.

2. Club Training

In level 3, all underage training must be on a non-contact basis in pods of up to 15. Adult teams can continue to train as normal.

All clubs and players are reminded that Health Questionnaires and all other relevant control measures must continue to be followed for club training.

Adult Club players living in a County classified as Level 3 may travel to their Home Counties to participate in Training.

3. Use of Indoor Team Facilities

Dressing rooms, showers, gyms and all other indoor training facilities should remain closed for club activities.

4. Committee Meetings

No indoor meetings should be held.

5. Officer Training

All officer Training must be delivered on line. Outdoor coaching education courses may be held but are subject to a 15 person maximum.

6. Club Bars

Club Bars must remain closed until further notice

7. Indoor Events on GAA Property

Commercial use of indoor halls continues to be permitted where agreement was in place prior to March and relevant insurance are in place. Use by State bodies e.g. HSE/Schools is also permitted.

These are the only instances in which indoor activity is permitted on GAA Club property.

8. Outdoor Events on GAA Property

Gatherings of up to 15 people only are permitted. As such, fundraisers such as fittest family, Couch to 5k etc should not be organised.

Planned drive in events may continue, however patrons must remain in their vehicle for the entire duration of the event with no access to club facilities including bathrooms.

ADVICE FOR 2ND LEVEL SCHOOLS AND 3RD LEVEL INSTITUTIONS

9. Games and Training

Neither competitive nor challenge games are permitted in 2nd Level schools.

Training can continue on a non-contact basis in pods of no more than 15 people

No games or training sessions are permitted in 3rd level institutions in either jurisdiction.

INTER COUNTY SPECIFIC GUIDELINES

10. Use of Indoor Team Facilities

Inter county activity has been classified as an exemption to the normal restrictive provisions by the Government. Therefore the use of such facilities currently is for Inter County Teams only (Senior, U20, Minor) and should be carried out in accordance with the Return to Training and Play for Inter County Teams advice document issued recently.

Inter County players may use their relevant Club Gym for individual training as long as they are following the advice in the Inter County Return to Training and Play document.

Adult Club players living in a County classified as Level 3 may travel to their Home Counties to participate in Training.

11. Inter County Challenge Games

Inter County Challenge games may take place at Senior level only.

From midnight tonight, October 7th, challenge games can no longer take place at U20 or Minor grades.

12. Attendances at Inter County Games

In Level 3, all inter county games must be played behind closed doors.

The position with respect to the 6 Counties is currently being reviewed – further guidance for both jurisdictions on spectator arrangements (if any) will issue in due course for the Allianz Leagues, Provincial and All Ireland Championships

For Minor intercounty games or training sessions staged behind closed doors and because they involve players aged 17 and under,

· No more than 1 designated individual (parent/guardian) should attend a training session or game per child/family/group of children.

· The GAA Health Questionnaires MUST be completed by parents/guardians in advance of attendance.

Parents are NOT permitted to be in attendance at adult or U20 games where their child (U18) is participating. However, provision can be made to allow an adult to be in close proximity (e.g. in the car park etc) in case medical or other emergency needs require their presence.

County Championship continues this weekend.

This weekend sees action in both the Co-Op Superstores County Hurling Championships and the Bon Secours County Football Championships.
In hurling there is 3 county finals for decision. First up on Saturday will be Blarney vs Castlelyons in the Premier Intermediate Hurling Final. This game will have a 7pm throw in at Pairc Ui Chaoimh and will be streamed live by The Irish Examiner. On Sunday there is 2 more hurling finals down for decision. Charleville will play Fr O’ Neills at 12.30pm in Pairc Ui Chaoimh in the Senior A Hurling Final and this game will also be streamed by the Irish Examiner. It is a 4pm throw in for the Premier Senior Hurling Final when Blackrock will play Glen Rovers and this game will be shown live on TG4.
The match programme for the 3 finals is now available to download https://gaacork.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Hurling-Final-programme.pdf

On Sunday Pairc Ui Rinn will host the 2 Semi Finals of the Bon Secours Premier Senior Football Championship. At 2pm defending champions Nemo Rangers will play Duhallow, while at 7pm Castlehaven will play St Finbarrs and both these games will be streamed live by The Irish Examiner. There is also Semi Final games in Senior A, Premier Intermediate and Intermediate Football grades and this weekend sees the commencement of the County Junior Championship in A, B and C grades.

Date Comp Round Fixture
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm PIFC SF Cill Na Martra v Kanturk in Mallow (change of venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm IAFC SF Glanworth v Rockchapel in Dromina
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JAHC QF Brian Dillons v Dromtarriffe in Ovens (change of venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JAHC QF Lisgoold v Inniscarra in Carrignavar (change of venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JBFC R1 Deel Rovers v Ballinacurra in Castlelyons (change of venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JBFC R1 Kilbrin v Goleen in Coachford
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JBFC R1 Randal Óg v Shanballymore in Grenagh
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JBFC R1 Doneraile v Abbey Rovers in Ballyclough
Sat, Oct 3rd @4pm JAHC QF Clonakilty v Kinsale in Bandon (change of time)
Sat, Oct 3rd @5pm JBFC R1 St. John’s v Garnish in Inchigeela (change of time / venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @7pm PIHC Final Castlelyons v Blarney in Páirc Uí Chaoimh – Streamed by Irish Examiner
Sun, Oct 4th @12.30pm SAHC Final Charleville v Fr. O’Neill’s in Páirc Uí Chaoimh  – Streamed by Irish Examiner
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm PSFC SF Nemo Rangers v Duhallow in Páirc UÍ Rinn  – Streamed by Irish Examiner
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm SAFC SF O’Donovan Rossa v Eire Óg in Clonakilty
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm IAFC SF Mitchelstown v Aghabullogue in Mallow
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm JBFC R1 Dripsey v Glengarriffe in Ballingeary
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm JCFC QF Ballyphehane v Lough Rovers in Ballinlough
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm JCFC QF Lismire v Rathpeacon in Killavullen
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm JCFC QF Gleann Na Laoi v Rochestown in Ballincollig
Sun, Oct 4th @3pm JBHC R1 Bantry Blues v Belgooly in Enniskeane (change of time)
Sun, Oct 4th @3pm JCFC QF Freemount v Araglen in Castletownroche (note time)
Sun, Oct 4th @4pm PSHC Final Glen Rovers v Blackrock in Páirc Uí Chaoimh – Live on TG4
Sun, Oct 4th @7pm PSFC SF Castlehaven v St. Finbarr’s / Newcestown in Páirc Uí Rinn  – Streamed by Irish Examiner

County Final programme

This weekends match programme for the 3 Co-Op Superstores Cork Hurling Finals is now available to download. There will be no match programmes on sale in Pairc Ui Chaoimh this weekend.

Please click the link below to view/download match programme for this weekends County Finals

Hurling Final programme

County Championship Programme

Championship Progamme 30/09/2020

Please see updated County Championship programme below, as ratified by CCC
Date Comp Round Fixture
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm PIFC SF Cill Na Martra v Kanturk in Mallow (change of venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm IAFC SF Glanworth v Rockchapel in Dromina
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JAHC QF Brian Dillons v Dromtarriffe in Ovens (change of venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JAHC QF Lisgoold v Inniscarra in Carrignavar (change of venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JBFC R1 Deel Rovers v Ballinacurra in Castlelyons (change of venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JBFC R1 Kilbrin v Goleen in Coachford
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JBFC R1 Randal Óg v Shanballymore in Grenagh
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm JBFC R1 Doneraile v Abbey Rovers in Ballyclough
Sat, Oct 3rd @4pm JAHC QF Clonakilty v Kinsale in Bandon (change of time)
Sat, Oct 3rd @5pm JBFC R1 St. John’s v Garnish in Inchigeela (change of time / venue)
Sat, Oct 3rd @7pm PIHC Final Castlelyons v Blarney in Páirc Uí Chaoimh – Streamed live by Irish Examiner
Sun, Oct 4th @12.30pm SAHC Final Charleville v Fr. O’Neill’s in Páirc Uí Chaoimh – Streamed live by Irish Examiner
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm PSFC SF Nemo Rangers v Duhallow in Páirc UÍ Rinn – Streamed live by Irish Examiner
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm SAFC SF O’Donovan Rossa v Eire Óg in Clonakilty
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm IAFC SF Mitchelstown v Aghabullogue in Mallow
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm JBFC R1 Dripsey v Glengarriffe in Ballingeary
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm JCFC QF Ballyphehane v Lough Rovers in Ballinlough
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm JCFC QF Lismire v Rathpeacon in Killavullen
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm JCFC QF Gleann Na Laoi v Rochestown in Ballincollig
Sun, Oct 4th @3pm JBHC R1 Bantry Blues v Belgooly in Enniskeane (change of time)
Sun, Oct 4th @3pm JCFC QF Freemount v Araglen in Castletownroche (note time)
Sun, Oct 4th @4pm PSHC Final Glen Rovers v Blackrock in Páirc Uí Chaoimh  – Live on TG4
Sun, Oct 4th @7pm PSFC SF Castlehaven v St. Finbarr’s  in Páirc Uí Rinn – Streamed live by Irish Examiner
Fri, Oct 9th @7.30pm LIHC Final Russell Rovers v Castlemartyr in Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Sat, Oct 10th @3pm IAFC Final Mitchelstown / Aghabullogue v Glanworth / Rockchapel in Páirc Uí Chaoimh prov
Sat, Oct 10th @3pm IAHC Rel. RR (ii) Argideen Rangers v Meelin in Donoughmore prov
Sat, Oct 10th @3pm JAFC QF Midleton v Iveleary / Kilmurry in Inniscarra
Sat, Oct 10th @3pm JAFC QF Buttevant / Charleville v Carbery winners in Coachford
Sat, Oct 10th @3pm JAFC QF Passage v Urhan in Dunmanway
Sat, Oct 10th @3pm JAFC QF Boherbue v Carrigdhoun winners in Donoughmore
Sat, Oct 10th @7pm PIFC Final Knocknagree v Cill Na Martra / Kanturk in Páirc Uí Chaoimh prov
Sun, Oct 11th @12.30pm SAFC Final O’Donovan Rossa / Eire Óg v Mallow in Páirc Uí Chaoimh prov
Sun, Oct 11th @2pm IAHC Final Aghabullogue v Eire Óg in Páirc Ui Rinn prov
Sun, Oct 11th @2pm JBHC R1 Araglen v Gabriel Rangers in Cloughduv
Sun, Oct 11th @2pm JBHC R1 Freemount v Randal Óg in Donoughmore
Sun, Oct 11th @2pm JBHC R1 Lough Rovers v Rathpeacon in Ballinlough
Sun, Oct 11th @2pm JBHC R2 lsr Bantry Blues / Belgooly v O’Donovan Rossa prov
Sun, Oct 11th @2pm JBFC R2 lsr St. John’s / Garnish v lsr Dripsey / Glengarriffe
Sun, Oct 11th @2pm JBFC R2 lsr Kilbrin / Goleen v lsr Doneraile / Abbey Rovers
Sun, Oct 11th @2pm JBFC R2 lsr Randal Óg / Shanballymore v lsr Deel Rovers / Ballinacurra prov
Sun, Oct 11th @4pm PSFC Final C’haven / St. Finbarr’s  v Nemo Rngrs / Duhallow in Páirc Uí Chaoimh –  Live on TG4
Oct 16th-18th IAHC Rel. RR (iii) Argideen Rangers v Glen Rovers prov
Oct 16th-18th JBHC div QF Randal Óg v Carrigdhoun winners
Oct 16th-18th JBHC div QF Delaneys v Newmarket
Oct 16th-18th JBHC div QF Imokilly winners v Muskerry winners
Oct 16th-18th JBFC div QF Whitechurch v Glengarriff
Oct 16th-18th JBFC div QF Imokilly winners v Kilmurry / Macroom
Oct 16th-18th JBFC div QF Avondhu winners v Carbery winners
Oct 16th-18th JBFC div QF Carrigdhoun winners v Newmarket
Oct 16th-18th JBHC R2 lsr Freemount / Randal Óg v lsr Araglen / Gabriel Rangers
Oct 16th-18th JBHC R3 lsr Bantry Blues/Belgooly/O’DRossa v lsr Lough Rvrs/Rathpeacon
Oct 16th-18th JCFC SF Ballyphehane / Lough Rovers v Lismire / Rathpeacon prov
Oct 16th-18th JCFC SF Gleann Na Laoi / Rochestown v Freemount / Araglen prov
Oct 23rd-25th JBFC div QF Carrigdhoun winners v Newmarket
TBC JAHC SF Avondhu winners v Carbery / Carrigdhoun
TBC JAHC SF Seandun / Duhallow v Imokilly / Muskerry
TBC JBHC div SF Avondhu winners v Carbery / Carrigdhoun
TBC JBHC div SF Seandun / Duhallow v Imokilly / Muskerry
TBC JAFC SF Imokilly / Muskerry v Avondhu / Carbery
TBC JAFC SF Seandun / Beara v Carrigdhoun / Duhallow
TBC JBFC div SF Imokilly / Muskerry v Avondhu / Carbery
TBC JBFC div SF Seandun / Beara v Carrigdhoun / Duhallow
TBC JBFC R3 Junior B Football Cship Round 3
TBC JBFC QF Junior B Football Cship quarter-finals
TBC JBFC SF Junior B Football Cship semi-finals
TBC JBFC Final Junior B Football Cship Final
TBC JCFC Final Junior C Football Cship Final
TBC JBHC QF Junior B Hurling Cship quarter-finals
TBC JBHC QF Junior B Hurling Cship semi-finals
TBC JBHC QF Junior B Hurling Cship Finals
TBC P1 U21H R1 Sarsfields v Blackrock
TBC P1 U21H R1 Ballincollig v Shandrum
TBC P1 U21H R1 Douglas v Na Piarsaigh
TBC P1 U21H R1 Duhallow v Blarney
TBC P1 U21H QF St. Finbarr’s v Sarsfields / Blackrock
TBC P1 U21H QF Glen Rovers v Ballincollig / Shandrum
TBC P1 U21H QF Bride Rovers v Douglas / Na Piarsaigh
TBC P1 U21H QF Midleton v Duhallow / Blarney
TBC P2 U21H R1 Tracton v Charleville
TBC P2 U21H R1 Mallow v Kilbrittain
TBC P2 U21H R1 Erin’s Own v Valley Rovers
TBC P2 U21H R1 Newcestown v Eire Og
TBC P2 U21H R1 Carrigaline v Ballygarvan
TBC P2 U21H R1 Ballinhassig v Courcey Rovers
TBC P2 U21H R1 Aghabullogue v Inniscarra
TBC P2 U21H R1 Fermoy v Bishopstown
TBC P2 U21H QF Tracton / Charleville v Aghabullogue / Inniscarra
TBC P2 U21H QF Fermoy / Bishopstown v Mallow / Kilbrittain
TBC P2 U21H QF Erin’s Own / Valley Rovers v Newcestown / Eire Óg
TBC P2 U21H QF Carrigaline / Ballygarvan v Ballinhassig / Courcey Rovers

Cork County Championships continue this weekend

This weekend sees action in both Football and Hurling as the knockout stages continue in the Bon Secours Cork County Football Championship and the Co-Op Superstores Cork County Hurling Championship. There will be 3 games streamed by the Irish Examiner. On Saturday both Semi – Finals of the Premier Senior Hurling Championship will be shown. First up will be Blackrock vs UCC at 4pm followed by Glen Rovers at 7.30pm. On Sunday the attention turns to football as Nemo Rangers vs Ballincollig will be shown at 7.30pm.

 

Date Comp Round Fixture
Sat, Sept 26th @2pm SAHC SF Charleville v Kanturk in Mallow
Sat, Sept 26th @3pm LIHC SF St. Catherine’s v Russell Rovers in Killeagh
Sat, Sept 26th @4pm PIFC SF Newmarket v Knocknagree in Kiskeam
Sat, Sept 26th @4pm PSHC SF Blackrock v UCC in Páirc Uí Chaoimh  – Streamed by Irish Examiner
Sat, Sept 26th @7.30pm PSHC SF Glen Rovers v Erins Own in Páirc Uí Chaoimh – Streamed by Irish Examiner
Sun, Sept 27th @1pm SAHC SF Fr. O’Neill’s v Newcestown in Páirc Uí Rinn
Sun, Sept 27th @2pm SAHC Rel. p/o Kilworth v Killeagh in Ballynoe
Sun, Sept 27th @2pm IAHC SF Éire Óg v Sarsfields in Blarney
Sun, Sept 27th @3pm SAFC SF Fermoy v Mallow in Glanworth
Sun, Sept 27th @4pm LIHC SF Castlemartyr v Kibrittain in Páirc Uí Rinn
Sun, Sept 27th @4pm IAHC SF Kildorrery v Aghabullogue in Glantane
Sun, Sept 27th @7.30pm PSFC QF Nemo Rangers v Ballincollig in Páirc Uí Rinn – Streamed by Irish Examiner

County Junior A, B and C Draws

The draws for the County Junior A and B quarter-finals in both football and hurling were made in Páirc Uí Chaoimh today.
Draws as follows:
Junior A & B Football
A: Imokilly v Muskerry
B: Avondhu v Carbery
C: Seandun v Beara
D: Carrigdhoun v Duhallow
Semi-finals A v B, C v D.
Junior A & B Hurling
A: Avondhu
B: Carbery v Carrigdhoun
C: Seandun v Duhallow
D: Imokilly v Muskerry
Semi-finals: A v B, C v D.
As outlined previously in the revised master plan, County Junior A and B quarter-finals (involving divisional winners only) are scheduled for October 2nd-4th and October 9th-11th

October 9th-11th is available if there is dual involvement on the weekend of Oct 2nd-4th.

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Also, due to the withdrawal of Ballinure and Glenlara from the Junior C competition, all first round games became meaningless, with all eight remaining teams progressing to the quarter-finals.
Therefore, the quarter-final draw for this competition was also made today, as follows:
Junior C Football
A: Ballyphehane v Lough Rovers
B: Lismire v Rathpeacon
C: Gleann Na Laoi v Rochestown
D: Freemount v Araglen
Semi-finals: A v B, C v D.
Quarter-final scheduled for the weekend of Oct 2nd-4th.

Co-Op Superstores Cork Premier Senior Hurling Championship Semi Finals

This weekend sees the Semi Finals of the Co-Op Superstores Cork Premier Senior Hurling Championship taking place. Both games will take place in Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Saturday. First up will be Blackrock vs UCC at 4pm and this will be followed by Glen Rovers vs Erins Own at 7.30pm. Ahead of the games, Diarygold Chief Executive Jim Woulfe was joined by players from the four teams along with Cork GAA Chairperson Tracey Kennedy and Cork GAA CEO Kevin O’ Donovan.

Jim Woulfe, CEO Dairygold commented “with our network of stores across Cork, Dairygold is very much at the heart of its’ Cork communities. We were delighted to come on board as the sponsors of the Cork Club Hurling Championships and as we reach the business end of the championships we look forward to the exciting games ahead”.

Speaking about this weekend’s games County Chairperson, Tracey Kennedy, said, “I want to wish all four teams the very best ahead of this weekend’s semi-finals, and to compliment all the clubs who contributed to our most exciting championship in years. There’s added interest this year with three-in-a-row champions Imokilly out, so whoever comes through the semi-finals will have the chance to be the first new name on the Seán Óg Murphy Cup since Glen Rovers last won it in 2016. I’d also like to thank Co-op Superstores, who have been fantastic sponsors since they came on board with us at the start of the championships, and we look forward to continuing that relationship into the future.”

The chairperson also said “While our clubs have made immense efforts during the Covid-19 crisis, we must, as an association, continue to show leadership within our communities in implementing physical distancing, reducing our social contacts and all other safety measures recommended by the HSE and the GAA. We’ve got this far, but if we want our games to continue safely, we must all play our part in this.”

Speaking in advance of the games Cork GAA CEO Kevin O’Donovan highlighted “the incredible contribution of all clubs in terms of playing and hosting of games which has brought us to this point, we hope that there are some cracking games in store as due reward this weekend.”

County Championship Programme 21/09/2020

Please see updated County Championship programme below and attached, following this evening’s CCC meeting.

Date Comp Round Fixture
Sat, Sept 26th @2pm SAHC SF Charleville v Kanturk in Mallow
Sat, Sept 26th @3pm LIHC SF St. Catherine’s v Russell Rovers in Killeagh
Sat, Sept 26th @4pm PIFC SF Newmarket v Knocknagree in Kiskeam
Sat, Sept 26th @4pm PSHC SF Blackrock v UCC in Páirc Uí Chaoimh (note change of time)
Sat, Sept 26th @7.30pm PSHC SF Glen Rovers v Erins Own in Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Sun, Sept 27th @1pm SAHC SF Fr. O’Neill’s v Newcestown in Páirc Uí Rinn
Sun, Sept 27th @2pm SAHC Rel. p/o Kilworth v Killeagh in Ballynoe
Sun, Sept 27th @2pm IAHC SF Éire Óg v Sarsfields in Blarney
Sun, Sept 27th @3pm SAFC SF Fermoy v Mallow in Glanworth
Sun, Sept 27th @4pm LIHC SF Castlemartyr v Kibrittain in Páirc Uí Rinn
Sun, Sept 27th @4pm IAHC SF Kildorrery v Aghabullogue in Glantane
Sun, Sept 27th @7.30pm PSFC QF Nemo Rangers v Ballincollig in Páirc Uí Rinn
Wed, Sept 30th @7.30pm PSFC QF St. Finbarr’s v Newcestown in Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm IAHC Final Kildorrery / Aghabullogue v Eire Óg / Sarsfields in Páirc Ui Chaoimh prov
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm IAFC SF Glanworth v Rockchapel in Dromina
Sat, Oct 3rd @3pm PIFC SF Cill Na Martra v Kanturk in Millstreet
Sat, Oct 3rd @7pm PIHC Final Castlelyons v Blarney in Páirc Uí Chaoimh prov
Sun, Oct 4th @12.30pm SAHC Final Charleville / Kanturk v Fr. O’Neill’s / Newcestown in Páirc Uí Chaoimh prov
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm SAFC SF O’Donovan Rossa v Eire Óg in Clonakilty
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm IAFC SF Mitchelstown v Aghabullogue in Mallow
Sun, Oct 4th @2pm PSFC SF Nemo Rangers / Ballincollig v Duhallow in Páirc UÍ Rinn
Sun, Oct 4th @4pm PSHC Final Glen Rovers / Erins Own v Blackrock / UCC in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on TG4
Sun, Oct 4th @7pm PSFC SF Castlehaven v St. Finbarr’s / Newcestown in Páirc Uí Rinn
Sun Oct 11th @4pm PSFC Final C’haven / St. Finbarr’s / N’town v Nemo Rngrs / B’collig / Duhallow prov
Oct 9th-11th SAFC Final O’Donovan Rossa / Eire Óg v Fermoy / Mallow prov
Oct 9th-11th PIFC Final Newmarket / Knocknagree v Cill Na Martra / Kanturk prov
Oct 9th-11th IAFC Final Mitchelstown / Aghabullogue v Glanworth / Rockchapel prov
Oct 9th-11th LIHC Final St. Catherines / Russell Rovers v Castlemartyr / Kilbrittain
Oct 9th-11th IAHC Rel. RR (ii) Argideen Rangers v Meelin in Donoughmore prov
Oct 16th-18th IAHC Rel. RR (iii) Argideen Rangers v Glen Rovers prov