News Archive

  • May 2021

  • Glenville GAA Notes

    Glenville GAA Notes

    31 May, 2021

    The club are delighted to announce a 252km virtual Glenville to Croke Park Challenge, where you will virtually walk, jog, run or cycle from Glenville to Croke Park. You will navigate 252km over 15 weeks.

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  • Bride Rovers

    Bride Rovers

    31 May, 2021

    It's been a difficult few weeks lately what with horrendous weather and than another 'lock-down' but things are looking up now again. We're less than a month away from the Midsummer and the longest day.

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  • St Catherines GAA Notes

    St Catherines GAA Notes

    31 May, 2021

    St Catherines adult players returned to the training ground on Tuesday night, May 11th last as the county board released a draft of a master fixtures plan to the clubs. Included is provision of a new league

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  • Dungourney GAA Notes

    Dungourney GAA Notes

    31 May, 2021

    EURO 2020 BLOCKBUSTER Tickets are now on sale for the Euro 2020 Blockbuster at 10 euro per ticket please contact any player if you are interested in this fun initiative.

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  • Castlelyons Notes

    Castlelyons Notes

    31 May, 2021

    It is hoped that there will be a remedy to the loss of wages cover to ensure club players are properly covered by the Players Injury Fund. It was mooted in late 2020 that due to the massive drop in GAA income.

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  • Killeagh GAA Notes.

    Killeagh GAA Notes.

    31 May, 2021

    Upon our return to the training fields, the Return to Play protocols need to be followed strictly. Please re-register yourselves for Return to Play online at returntoplay.gaa.ie

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  • Killeagh GAA Notes.

    Killeagh GAA Notes.

    24 May, 2021

    With our players returning to training in the pitch in the last few weeks, it's time to pay for membership for 2021 (thanks to our adult players and Silver and Gold Supporter Direct Debits who have already paid

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  • Youghal GAA Notes

    Youghal GAA Notes

    23 May, 2021

    Youghal GAA are delighted to Launch our joint fundraiser with youghal RNLI On the 5th of June players and management will take part in a 24Hour Puck to raise funds for Youghal RNLI & our Teams.

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  • Bride Rovers

    Bride Rovers

    21 May, 2021

    Cul Camp dates for 2021 have been released. The Bride Rovers camp which will run over five days commences on July 26th which is the week leading into the August bank holiday weekend.

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  • St Catherines GAA Notes

    St Catherines GAA Notes

    17 May, 2021

    What was playing on the mind was the fact that last season’s junior and lower intermediate hurling championships, though albeit at an advanced stage weren’t actually finished. But you saw all draws recently.

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  • Imokilly Notes

    Imokilly Notes

    17 May, 2021

    At the inaugural meeting of Coiste Náisiúnta Scór 2021-2024 on the 12th May, it was decided that priority be given to resuming and to bringing to a close the Scór Sinsir competitions outstanding from 2020.

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  • Dungourney GAA Notes

    Dungourney GAA Notes

    17 May, 2021

    Membership payments are still being accepted on the Foireann website and direct to Lily our treasurer ...it's important that all players especially register on line to be fully covered by GAA Insurance.

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  • Killeagh GAA Notes.

    Killeagh GAA Notes.

    17 May, 2021

    If a parent/guardian is stay to watch their child at training (for child safe-guarding reasons), we ask strict social distancing and public health guidelines should be adhered to at all times.

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  • Glenville GAA Notes

    Glenville GAA Notes

    13 May, 2021

    The club are delighted to announce a 252km virtual Glenville to Croke Park Challenge, where you will virtually walk, jog, run or cycle from Glenville to Croke Park. You will navigate 252km over 15 weeks

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  • Castlelyons Notes

    Castlelyons Notes

    13 May, 2021

    Castlelyons intermediate hurlers will feature in Cork League Cup competitions which are replace the Club Leagues for 2021, with football and hurling played on alternate weekends from June 7th and June 13th.

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  • Bride Rovers

    Bride Rovers

    13 May, 2021

    WE had our first ever on-line Bingo session last Saturday night and it was a brilliant success. With close on 300 Cards sold it was a great start to the Bingo season and we are grateful to all

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  • Dungourney GAA Notes

    Dungourney GAA Notes

    10 May, 2021

    Since the last report the Government has announced that adult team training can resume from May 10th ,this will mean that we can train in pods of up to fifteen with no physical contact.

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  • Castlelyons Notes

    Castlelyons Notes

    07 May, 2021

    Congratulations to Philip Murphy, Castlelyons who is just after winning the second prize of €3,000 in the Rebel Bounty Draw last Thursday. Philip, Lorna & family are great supporters of our Club.

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  • Bride Rovers

    Bride Rovers

    07 May, 2021

    After twenty two glorious years Brian Murphy has bowed out of the Club hurling scene. Since making his debut in 1999 Brian has been a fantastic player with Bride Rovers. He was truly a Rovers man first and last

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  • Killeagh GAA Notes.

    Killeagh GAA Notes.

    05 May, 2021

    COVID-19 UPDATE: Following some consultation locally and information that was available to hand, it was decided that Training for juvenile teams can commence from Monday 3rd under the following conditions;

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  • Glenville GAA Notes

    Glenville GAA Notes

    05 May, 2021

    The Astro turf pitch opened this week and it's looking fantastic. The club also opened a new car park and viewing area. All club teams will get a chance to use this magnificent facility in the near future.

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  • St Catherines GAA Notes

    St Catherines GAA Notes

    03 May, 2021

    We must be making progress. Up to a week ago it’s a word that would hardly make an appearance in a report, but what’s going to determine the extent and velocity of restrictions are the number of COVID cases.

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