Killeagh GAA Notes

  • Sep 22,2022

By Patrick K Mulcahy Pro Killeagh GAA Club.


Well done to our senior hurlers from saving themselves from relegation after a 1-16 to 0-13 win over Ballymartle last week. Hard grit and determination paid off in the end. Thanks to all the players and mentors who have put in so much hard work over the season.

Our Junior A hurlers had a hard win against Watergrasshill in very tough conditions last week before losing 2-17 to 1-13 against Erins Own on Sunday night. We now play St. Itas in a Quarter Final this Saturday Sept 24th at 3pm.

Our Junior B hurlers will face Aghada on Monday night and with a decent result, will head into a quarter final, which will also take place this weekend.

Rebel Óg Coiste Fé17 Premier 2 Hurling Championship Semi-Final

Killeagh 2-21 Bride Rovers 2-15

Our minor hurlers beat Bride Rovers in a tough encounter to reach the premier 2 final in a fortnight’s time. The boys had to dig deep to win a game we were in control of but never quite safe. Bride Rovers never gave up and through to their tradition made us work very hard to get over the line. Having not played a competitive game in a month showed and the fact Bride Rovers played Aghada two weeks ago stood to them.

Our lads are a tough bunch and when the game was there to be won, they were not found wanting and pushed on for a deserved win. Two goals from Sean and Colm in the third quarter gave us a cushion and highlighted the quality of both players. Our captain Dylan led by example for the hour and racked up 15 points, 14 from placed balls, including some long range beauties. Despite conceding two goals, our goalie and defence were solid with our spine of Fionn, Harry and Darragh to the fore.

The young lads in Oran, Fionn and John gave a good account of themselves over the game. Pierce from half back and Barry who played having recovered from injury completed the scorers. Ben worked hard over the hour as did Diarmuid, Conor and Michael.

Unfortunately, everyone cannot play but we are nothing without a squad and Jack, Martin, Eoin and Dara are a big part of our group. Exciting time ahead of the big final and we hope the boys enjoy it. We face Erins Own in the final, details are to be confirmed later this week.

Rebel Óg East Fé15 Division 1 Football Championship Semi-Final

Killeagh 1-10 Cobh 2-4

Killeagh Under 15’s played the semi-final of the football championship at home to Cobh on Wednesday September 7th. We started brightly with some good passing and movement resulting in 4 early points, 2

each from Ben and Cathal, who were lively all evening. A great team move found John free at the edge of the box and his low shot found the net. Cobh kicked three points before a point each from Fionn and Cormac saw lead by 1-6 to 0-3 at half-time.

The second half saw us under a lot of pressure against the wind. The lads worked so hard and two early points from Cormac and Fionn gave us an eight-point lead. Cobh then got on top, they scored 2-1 in the next 20 minutes without reply and missed a lot of chances. With the game in the melting pot the lads dug deep and came back with two great points from Ben and Cathal to see us emerge victorious by 1-10 to 2-4.

This puts us into the football final against neighbours Youghal, the lads are on a great run with the hurling final V Glen Rovers also to come. This was a great team performance. Seanan made a couple of excellent saves, Rian, Callum, Tadgh and Oran were really solid at the back. Eoin had a super game, with some excellent fielding around the middle. Cormac and Fionn worked tirelessly and added some great scores at key stages. Upfront Cian and John both played really well, getting on lots of ball. Ben and Cathal were dangerous and always showed in front and kicked great scores.

Next up is our final Under 15 Hurling Championship match versus Blackrock at home on Monday 12th September.

Team: Seanan McDonnell; Patrick Dineen, Tadgh Considine, Rian O’Connor; Callum Power, Oran Cunningham, Cormac Delaney; Eoin Roche, Fionn Brennan (0-2); Cormac Deane (0-2), Cian O’Riordan, John Ogbebor (1-0); Alex Howey, Cathal Brennan (0-3, 0-2f), Ben Geary (0-3, 0-1f). Subs: Billy Guerin, Jack Coleman, Dara McDonald

Rebel Óg East Fé14 Division 1 Football League final

Killeagh 5-4 Crosshaven 1-17

Killeagh Under 14’s played the final of the u14 football league at home to Crosshaven on September 4th. It was great to see Ryan Murphy and Tom Power return the group. The match was a game of two halves with the strong wind dictating the play. We played against it in the first half and were under pressure for long spells. We started well with a point from Ben and a goal from Tom. A further point from Cormac along with a great team goal finished by Ben saw us trail by 1-9 to 2-2 at the break.

We played better football in the second half and slowly chipped into the Crosshaven lead. Ben coolly converted for a goal followed by a free from Cathal. Cormac kicked a great point before Cathal struck for a great goal. Crosshaven played some great football and always answered with scores of their own. We went ahead by a point following a great close-range finish to the roof of the net by Ben. Crosshaven went down the pitch to equalise before scoring the winning point from a free in injury time.

This was a great effort by the lads, they had chances to win it but fair play to Crosshaven on a great display.

Team: Seanan McDonnell; Patrick Dineen, Rian O’Connor, Alex Howey; Callum Power, Cormac Delaney, Cormac Deane (0-2, 0-1f); Ryan Murphy, Tom Power (1-0), Cathal Brennan (1-1, 0-1f); Billy Guerin, Daniel Geary, Ben Geary (3-1, 0-1f) Subs: John Farquhar

Rebel Óg East Fé13 Div 2 Hurling League Semi Final

Fermoy 0-9 Killeagh 6-5

Last week, Killeagh U13’s had a convincing win in the division 2 hurling county final in Ballinacurra against Fermoy. The team captained by Adam Barry had a blistering start registering 3 goals by Ruben Villa in the first half, they led from start to finish. Fermoy made a strong showing in the last quarter to try register a goal but strong defending from Killeagh prevented Fermoy from scoring any goals. All and all a great campaign by the team through out losing only one game in the campaign against St. Vincent's, culminating in a great win yesterday. Next up for the team is a shield final against Fr. O Neil's next Sunday in Ballinacurra


Our club shop is now open every Saturday morning from 10:30am until 11:30am to buy your Killeagh GAA or Camogie merchandise.


All bookings for pitches, ball alley and meeting rooms for 2022 will need to be booked via email only,

We ask all teams, mentors & club members to respect this decision for the 2022 season.

Our walking facility will remain open for all members of our club and the community during the season.



The latest Lotto club draw was worth €8,400 and took place on Tuesday September 13th. The numbers drawn on the night were 14, 15, 18 & 31. We had no winner of this week’s Lotto draw. Next week’s Jackpot is €8,600!

The €30 Lucky Dip winners drawn were Bernard Keniry & Fintan McCarthy, while the €30 voucher for Joe's Farm Crisps was won by Annette Foley & the €30 voucher for The Old Thatch was won by Gaelic Mothers and Others. Thank you for all your support.

Our Lotto Tickets are also available locally in O’Neill’s Londis (near the front door), Ahern’s Centra (near the Deli), Burgess Service Station (near the back door), Fitzgibbon’s Garage, Vibez Salon, Old Thatch, Longs, Kennedys Bar & Tom Kelly’s Butchers, Killeagh.

But, if you cannot get to the local businesses during the week before 8pm Tuesdays and you wish to enter the draw online, you can buy tickets up to 8:15pm on Tuesday evening at! Remember, no queues, no delays, the Killeagh GAA Online Lotto is always a great and easy way to Play!! Remember, if you are not in, you cannot win!!

Every €2 helps a major part in the running of your club. We thank you in advance for your support as we meet our financial commitments on a monthly basis. And don’t forget to share our Social Media posts too to let more people know about our superb Lotto Jackpot!

Remember, Money Spent Local Stays Local!


Co-Op Superstores Senior ‘A’ Hurling Championship;

Relegation Final; Killeagh 1-16 Ballymartle 0-13

East Cork Oil East Cork Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship;

Round 4; Killeagh 1-11 Watergrasshill 2-12

Round 5; Killeagh 1-13 Erins Own 2-17

Quarter-Final; Killeagh vs St. Itas on Saturday September 18th at 3pm, Venue TBC

East Cork Oil East Cork Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship;

Round 2; Killeagh 3-17 Lisgoold 2-16

Round 3; Killeagh vs Aghada on Monday September 19th at 7:30pm


Rebel Og East Fe17 Div 1 Football Championship;

Final; Killeagh vs St. Colmcilles, Details TBC

Rebel Og Coiste Fe17 Premier 2 Hurling Championship;

Semi-Final; Killeagh 2-21 Bride Rovers 2-15

Final; Killeagh vs Erin’s Own, Monday October 3rd (Details TBC at time of writing)

Rebel Og East Fe15 Div 1 Football Championship;

Semi-Final; Killeagh 1-10 Cobh 2-4

Final; Killeagh 2-7 Youghal 2-8

Rebel Og East Fe15 Div 1 Hurling Championship;

Round 5; Killeagh 1-13 Blackrock 4-10

Final; Killeagh vs Glen Rovers, details TBC

Rebel Og Coiste Fé14 Football League 13-a-side Group 1 Final;

Killeagh 5-4 Crosshaven 1-17

Rebel Og East Fe13 Div 2 Football Phase 2;

Killeagh 1-4 St Colmcilles 5-15

Shield Final; Killeagh 5-13 Fr O’Neills 0-1

Rebel Og East Fe13 Div 2 Hurling Phase 2;

Killeagh 3-12 St. Colmcilles 1-4

Fermoy 0-9 Killeagh 6-5

Rebel Og East Fe12 Group 3 Football Grading League Phase 2;

Killeagh 3-6 Bride Rovers 3-7

Rebel Og East Fe12 Group 2 Hurling League Phase 2;

Killeagh 3-13 Blackrock 2-13


Killeagh GAA, Killeagh Camogie & Inch Rovers LGFA Nursery for boys and girls born in 2017, 2018 or 2019 continues every Saturday 11:45am to 12:30pm in the main pitch in Killeagh GAA Grounds (Pairc Ui Chinneide). Turn left when you come inside the main gates. Please fill in the form below before you come if you haven't already done so.

We will be looking for helpers (moms, dads, siblings & friends) to join in with the activities and with setting up, tidying up etc. You don't need any equipment for the children on Saturday but if you do want to buy them a hurley or other stock, our club shop will be open from 10.30 to 11.30 every Saturday morning (in new building at opposite end of grounds).


Results from Ger Scully's Presidents Prize and Killeagh GAA Golfer of the Year outing at Monkstown Golf Club on Saturday last are as follows;

Winner Tim Crotty 37pts

Runner up John Keniry 36pts

3rd Ger Scully 35pts

Best Gross Colin Fogarty

5th Conor Cronin 34pts

6th Cormac Cremin 33ptsb9

7th Eamon Hickey 33b9

2nd Gross Conor Murphy b9

Past Captain/President Alan McCarthy 32pts

10th Kevin Conlon 33pts

11th Dick Hennessy 32pts.

Our final round of the Golfer of the Year is out to Faithlegg G.C. in Waterford on Saturday October 22nd. More details closer to the time will become available.

Our Family Day pairs competition is on Sunday October 2nd, Tee times from 1pm. Please contact Ray for more information.

Our next Tuesday outing is to West Waterford G.C. on Tue Sept 27th. Cost €45 includes Coffee & Scone on arrival plus Dinner & Coffee after game. (WW members €30.) Please contact Ray ASAP.

Our Society Matchplay is down to the final four. Tom Fitzgerald will face off against Sean Treacy while Donal McAuley will host Kevin O’Driscoll. Both Tom and Donal will have home advantage with both games need to be played before close of business on September 25th.

If you are interested in joining the Killeagh GAA Golf Society for their variety of trips away & outings for 2022, give Ray Rochford a call or a text on 087-2330054.


Remember, stay tuned to our social media channels on Facebook ‘Killeagh GAA’ or Twitter @KilleaghGAA for further up to date information on club.

For live scoring, download the What’s The Scór app and search & ‘like’ the Killeagh GAA page.


1. Killeagh GAA – Cash Tickets & Online Lotto every Tuesday @ 8:30pm