02 June, 2015


RED FM Senior Hurling League.

Midleton 1-15. Bride Rovers 1-14.

After a roller coaster 60+ minutes Midleton got the better of our lads in an exciting RED FM Senior hurling game played in Midleton on Friday last. A team which included both youth and experience put in a huge effort over both halves and were nearly rewarded for their endeavour. Cian O Connor was a colossus throughout and was ably assisted by Ryan,Donncha and Fergus. An unfortunate injury suffered by Shane kearney in the first half allowed William an opportunity to come in and show his mettle which he did. The ref blew the whistle to a frenetic first half with both sides evenly matched on a scoreline of 1-6 to 0-9. We opened the second half strongly and had a few scores on the board early. A few questionable decisions by the referee allowed Midleton the opportunity to move ahead but in true rovers style we battled to the bitter end but came up short at the end of an exciting game. Along with those already mentioned, others to do themselves proud were Mike Kearney, Michael Collins,Steven Glasgow,Jason Mannix and the always impressive Daniel Dooley. We have another league game this Tuesday 2nd June @ 7pm in Pairc na Bríde v Carrigtwohill


Ryan Prendergast Jason Mannix,Jerome o Driscoll,Brendan O Driscoll, Tadgh O Sullivan,William Finnegan,Stephen Pratt,Jason Pratt,Michael Collins,Fergus Collins,Donncha Carr,Steve Glasgow,Sean Ryan,Mike Kearney,Mike Liddane,Cian O Connor,Shane Kearney,Daniel Dooley

Junior‘A’ Hurling Championship.

Our next big Championship outing is the first round of the East Cork Junior Hurling Our opponents in this game are St. Catherine’s. In our first round game in the Senior Championship we used twenty players so that has depleted our junior ranks. We are competing in Division 2 with three wins so far our latest game v Sarsfields last Wednesday night winning on a scoreline 1-19 to 1-6 and we play Youghal at home this Wednesday night. The championship tie against St. Catherine’s is down for decision Sun June 21st @ 3.30 in Castlelyons.

Scrap Metal collection.

The Club is still accepting all types of scrap metal. The Scrap collection is part of our ongoing fundraising campaign. We have more projects in the pipeline all the time so finance is always vital. Any items of scrap metal are acceptable from horse shoes to horse boxes, from a needle to an anchor - nothing is too big or too small. If you have any scrap just ring 087 9538077.


The Lotto Jackpot for Tuesday May 26th was €3600. The four numbers drawn were

2,15,16,18 there was no winner of the jackpot. Tickets are just €2 each and can be bought locally or online at

Website (

The website continues to be viewed regularly, and is a great resource for all our club notes, fixtures/results, photographs, and history. Any material of interest can be emailed to

We have recently added some new player profiles to our website, the player profiles are one of the most popular views on www. Our Thanks to Basil O Sullivan Photography

Cork V Waterford.

Cork play Waterford in the Munster SHC on next Sunday June the 4pm. Tickets for this game are widely available from the usual sources. Best wishes to Brian Murphy who has returned to the panel in recent times. The Bride Rovers Juvenile GAA Club are having a Guess the Score Competition for the match with lines €2 each with all proceeds going to the Sinead Kearney treatment fund

Sinead Kearney Treatment Fund: (

We were delighted at the warmth of response at the Public Meeting in Rathcormac Hall on last Wednesday night. So many people generously offered their time, expertise, and ideas. The next few weeks are going to be jam-packed with sponsorship events, classics of all types and sports galore to raise funds for this very worthy cause. –This Saturday June 6th Jimbob O’Donovan will walk on crutches to Fermoy and anyone wishing to join him is welcome

A Golf Classic Thurs 16th and Fri 17th July at Fermoy Golf Club will be the major fundraiser Teams €150, sponsors needed. For full details see On June 21st we have a very special game lined up with the all-conquering 1993 Junior Hurling team taking on the County Intermediate team of 2003. More details next week. A Bank account has been opened at Bank of Ireland Fermoy for any donations IBAN IE 14BOFI 902864 93983594 BIC BOFIIE2D

The Team Panels


Martin Flynn, Barry Murphy, Liam Barry, Tom Kearney.,Batt O Connell, Anthony Cahill, Michael Walsh,James Murphy,Kieran Fitzgerald,Tom Mulcahy (C) Mike Hogan, Pat Walsh,Dermot Johnson, John A Murphy, Pat Barry.Subs Alan Broiderick Cormac Howard Other Panelists:

Maurice Kearney, Denis Mulcahy,Denis Ahern,John Joe Barry,Joe Murphy, Andrew O Flynn, Joe Barry,Barry O Riordan,John O Dowd, Edmond Hoskins, Terry Broderick

Selectors: Pat Heskin, Tony Walsh RIP & Tommy Barry


Dinny Fitzgerald, Aidan Collins, Niall Fitzgerald, Pat Barry, Brendan Walsh, Barry Murphy, James Murphy, Padraig Murphy, Brian Murphy, Donal Ryan, Terry Broderick, Pat Walsh, Jerome O'Driscoll, Sean Ryan,(C) Barry Hazelwood, Mike Hogan, Pat Cotter, Barry Johnson, Patrick O'Driscoll, Colm O'Keeffe, Brendan O'Driscoll, Cormac Collins, Tomas Kearney, Shane Murphy, John O'Dowd, Batt O'Connell, Nevin O'Regan, Mark O'Connell, Michael Carey, James Bermingham, Hugh Kelleher, Alan Fitzgerald, Trevor Maloney, Declan Quinlan

Selectors: Liam Barry, George Johnson & Anthony Cahill Coach: Jack Russell

Fixtures Friday 5th June MHL non exam v Cobh home 7.30pm

Executive Meeting on Monday 8th at Aras de Barra 9.00pm

Club Sponsors.

The Bride Rovers GAA Club is proud to have Rathcormac Tyres, O Coileáns Bar and Veolia Environmental Services as our valued Club Sponsors.