Cork GAA will be holding an Officer training night in Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Monday February 10th at 7pm.
This is for Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, and PRO Officers. if there is sufficient demand, other venues in the county will be considered. It is also planned to hold Office 365 training for anyone with @gaa.ie email address.
Venues for this training will be determined by the interest shown for the training. Clubs have been notified so if anyone is interested please contact your club Secretary or Development Officer Pat Horgan
With UCC, CIT and Imokilly (hurling) / Duhallow (football) receiving byes to the semi-finals of the Divisions / Colleges rounds of the County PSHC & PSFC Competitions, the remaining Divisional teams will play-off in two groups of three, with two from each group then playing semi-finals and Finals across the following five Wednesdays: May 20th, 27th, June 3rd, 10th, and 17th.
|Wed, May 20th||SHC||RR 1||Carbery v Duhallow|
|Wed, May 20th||SFC||RR 1||Carbery v Muskerry|
|Wed, May 20th||SHC||RR 1||Carrigdhoun v Seandun|
|Wed, May 20th||SFC||RR 1||Avondhu v Beara|
|Wed, May 27th||SHC||RR 2||Carbery v Avondhu|
|Wed, May 27th||SFC||RR 2||Carbery v Seandun|
|Wed, May 27th||SHC||RR 2||Carrigdhoun v Muskerry|
|Wed, May 27th||SFC||RR 2||Beara v Imokilly|
|Wed, June 3rd||SHC||RR 3||Avondhu v Duhallow|
|Wed, June 3rd||SFC||RR 3||Avondhu v Imokilly|
|Wed, June 3rd||SHC||RR 3||Muskerry v Seandun|
|Wed, June 3rd||SFC||RR 3||Muskerry v Seandun|
|Wed, June 10th||SHC||RR SF||Winner Group 1 v Runner Up Group 2|
|Wed, June 10th||SHC||RR SF||Winner Group 2 v Runner Up Group 1|
|Wed, June 10th||SFC||RR SF||Winner Group 1 v Runner Up Group 2|
|Wed, June 10th||SFC||RR SF||Winner Group 2 v Runner Up Group 1|
|Wed, June 17th||SHC||RR Final||Inter Divisional Round Robin Final|
|Wed, June 17th||SFC||RR Final||Inter Divisional Round Robin Final|
|Wed, Sept 2nd||PSHC||SF||Inter-divisional / Colleges semi-finals|
|Wed, Sept 2nd||PHFC||SF||Inter-divisional / Colleges semi-finals|
|Sun, Sept 6th||PSHC||Final||Inter-divisional / Colleges Final|
|Sun, Sept 6th||PHFC||Final||Inter-divisional / Colleges Final|
U21 Hurling Championship Draws
U21 Football Championship Draws
Full fixtures details for both football and hurling leagues have been published on our website www.gaacork.ie.
Football leagues from Division 1 (Kelleher Shield) to Division 5 will commence on February 2nd , football teams will have a double round of games before the hurling leagues start on February 16th with a double round.
To view full league programme, click on the competition below
Further information can be accessed here Competition Details
Cork clubs to benefit from both Central and Munster Council grants to the total sum of €252,011.33.
The breakdown of grants will see Central Council contribute €141,801.90 and Munster Council granting €110,209.43. In total 45 clubs across the county will receive grants towards re-developments within their clubs . Five more clubs will receive grants for sanding of their pitches and a further two clubs will receive grants towards legal costs.
The Munster GAA Council Development Grants for 2019 were presented to clubs at a function in Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Monday December 16th. Clubs in Cork received in excess of €263,000 for various areas of property purchase and club and pitch development. Speaking at the presentation Cork GAA Development officer Pat Horgan said “The Munster Council deserve great credit for the strategy and vision regarding the ongoing support for the development of club property”.
Pat continued by saying “ The clubs of this county deserve tremendous credit in the initiative in providing so many magnificent infrastructural amenities for the promotion and playing of Gaelic games in their respective communities. Most important is the number of quality playing fields that have been provided. The highest credit goes to the various club committees who have been undaunted by the costs involved in ensuring that the future of our games in these local areas are ensured. It is important that all amenities are well preserved are fully utilised”.
Details of grant amounts are outlined below. Photos from the event are also posted below.
|Club||Munster||Central Council||Total||Club Total|
|Cill Na Marta||€1,076.38||€1,789.80||€2,866.19|
|Cill Na Marta||€248.78||€413.67||€662.45||€3,528.64|
|Cill Na Marta||€700.00||€996.00|
1990 Cork G.A.A. Double All Ireland Team Commemorative Bespoke Shirts by Suit Distributors Cork – now available to purchase.
The bespoke shirts and clothing line mark the 30th Anniversary of the historic ‘Double Senior All Ireland ‘ Victories of 1990 – when both Cork G.A.A. Senior teams made G.A.A. and sporting history by capturing both the Liam McCarthy and Sam Maguire trophies in true Cork style.
Dave O’ Connor of Suit Distributors Cork , who is the innovator behind this project is delighted that the opportunity to mark this historic event has come to fruition and he is pleased to confirm G.A.A. underage / Rebel Óg clubs and Cork Penny Dinners will benefit directly from the sales of this commemorative merchandise.
The shirts will retail at €50 and from each sale a €5 contribution will go to Cork Penny Dinners and an additional €5 will go to the G.A.A. underage club nominated by the purchaser.
The shirts are available from Suits Distributors at Unit 9/10 , South Link Business Park , Ballycurreen Cork (T12PK46) . Telephone 021 484 7549 or alternatively online from www.irishsportinggreats.ie
The official launch of this range took place in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Tuesday last. (see photo). The launch was an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of 1990, provide support to underage clubs and especially to provide much needed assistance to the Cork Penny Dinners charity , their work and volunteerism is at the heart of all that is good and generous about our proud city and county.
Enquiries to Dave O Connor Suit Distributors Cork
Unit 9/10, Ballycurreen Industrial Estate , Eircode T12 PK46.
Tel 021 484 7549
Online Shop: www.irishsportinggreats.ie
The presentation of cheques took place recently, to the prize winners of the Rochestown Park Hotel Football Leagues and the Red FM Hurling Leagues. This year the leagues concluded in July and saw more games being played. The County board was represented by Chairperson Tracey Kennedy and other members of the Executive. The Hurling cheques were presented by Red FM presenters Ciaran O’ Regan and Ruairi O’ Hagan along with members of the executive, while the for the Football the Rochestown Park Hotel were represented by Sarah Geaney and Steve Cox
Senior / Intermediate League Winners and Runners Up 2019
Division 1 Hurling League –
Runners Up Sarsfields
Semi-Finalists Na Piarsaigh
Semi-Finalists St. Finbarrs
Division 2 Hurling League –
Runners Up Mallow
Division 3 Hurling League –
Winners Valley Rovers
Runners Up Watergrasshill
Division 4 Hurling League –
Runners Up Kildorrery
Division 5 Hurling League –
Runners Up Ballygarvan
Division 1 Football League –
Winners St. Finbarrs
Runners Up Cill na Martra
Division 2 Football League –
Runners Up Castlehaven
Division 3 Football League –
Winners Ilen Rovers
Runners Up Douglas
Division 4 Football League –
Runners Up Castletownbere
Division 5 Football League –
Winners Na Piarsaigh
Runners Up Dromtarriffe
Below are photos from the presentations
The Annual Convention of the Cork County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association will be held at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday, 8th December 2019, commencing at 2.00pm.
Please click the link below to download 2019 Annual convention report.
Full list of officers to be ratified at Convention:
Uachtarán: Michael Barry (Delany’s)
Cathaoirleach: Tracey Kennedy (Killeagh)
Leas-Cathaoirleach: Marc Sheehan (Aghabullogue)
Cisteoir: Diarmuid Gowen (Fermoy)
Runaí: Kevin O’Donovan (Kilmeen/Kilbree)
Oifigeach Caidreamh Poiblí (PRO): Joseph Blake (Adrigole)
Oifigeach Oiliúna (Coaching Officer): Ronan Dwane (Aghada)
Oifigeach Forbartha (Development Officer): Pat Horgan (Midleton)
Oifigeach Gaeilge/Cultúir: Risteard Ó Murchú (Lyre)
Oifigeach Leanaí (Children’s Officer): Des Cullinane (Glen Rovers/St. Nick’s)
Central Council Delegate: Tracey Kennedy
Munster Council Delegates: Gerard Lane (Bride Rovers), Michael Byrne (Ballyhea)
Cork GAA have launched our new website. After weeks of meeting, planning and designing, the new, mobile responsive website is now live.
Cork GAA IT committee have developed the new website as part of a number of steps in the digital transformation for the County.
One of the major features of the new site is its mobile responsive across all platforms from mobile phones to tablets to laptops. The site will have live feeds from our social media pages and a new clubs home page with all the latest fixtures and results across all sections of Cork GAA feeding in.
The new website will be updated with further information in the coming days and weeks as competition programmes are announced.
GAA Liability Insurance extends to cover clubs as organiser of Poc Fada competitions. However, in the event a personal injury claim arises Insurers will not confirm indemnity to the club until the club can demonstrate that the club upheld it’s legal duty of care and took all reasonable precautions to run a safe event.
As an alleged injured party has up to 2 years to initiate a personal injury claim the only chance we have of effectively investigating allegations of negligence and defending claims is if clubs maintain written records of the management of the club property and activities.
As a minimum we recommend clubs record activities at the monthly executive meeting and document in the minutes no incidents were reported or an incident occurred and was reported to Croke Park.
If an incident were to occur you need to record with as much detail as possible (identify witnesses and take photos) and submit notification to me.
Clubs can record event planning in their own format or I’ve drafted the attached as aguide. The supplementary templates include an accident report form and cleaning checklist.
Over 60% of personal injury claims arise following alleged slip/trips and falls so a key control is to document the property was checked before, during and after events as this is the most effective means of preventing incidents occurring and/or challenging claims should they arise.