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GalleyFlash Rowing Club Notes

Another windy day greeted rowers from GalleyFlash Rowing Club upon their return to Glandore for Round 2 of the Celtic Ross SWCYRA Championship on Sunday last. Once again wind and rough sea conditions forced the cancellation of both U12 races on health and safety grounds. The first crew on the water for the Galley was the Veteran Ladies crew of Breeda Hayes, Susanna Williams, Bernie O’Donovan, Sheila Hayes and cox

Kilmacsimon Rowing Club Notes

Second 2015 SWCYRA Championship This year’s second SWYCRA Championship was held this Sunday, 28th June, in Glandore. Glandore is a great host to the races, with a prime viewing spot over the course. Races kicked off at 12pm, with live music following the last race. Kilmacsimon crews didn’t let the rough water conditions deter them, bringing home 7 Gold Medals; 4 Silver Medals and 3 Bronze Medals.

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA notes

Junior Hurlers take the next step against St Mary’s A disappointing first round performance against Bandon was the perfect catalyst for an improved team effort against St Mary’s in Castletownkenneigh on Saturday evening. In damp conditions, the sides traded scores and were on an even keel through much of the first half. Points by Kevin Keohane, Brian O’Donovan and Darragh Coakley just before half time gave the Kilmeen side a

Kilmeen GAA notes

U21 footballers qualify for County Final!   U21 Football The U 21 footballers secured their place in the B County Final on Saturday last when they defeated Charleville in the County Semi-Final at Inniscarra. Kilmeen went into the lead early on in the game and never relinquished it throughout the match. Leading 2-05 to 0-03 at the break, Kilmeen used a sweeper for the entire second half. Try as they

Galley Flash Notes

Celtic Ross SWCYRA Championship A blustery afternoon heralded the start of the 2015 Celtic Ross Sponsored SWCYRA Championship in Glandore on Sunday last. The windy conditions led to the cancellation of both U12 races on health and safety grounds. Credit is due to all other underage crews for handling their races with such rowing finesse, given the extremely unfavourable weather on the day.

Kilmacsimon success in first 2015 SWCYRA Championship

The 2015 rowing season kicked off this Sunday, 21st June. On a beautiful summer’s day, Glandore was host to nine of the South West clubs battling it out on the water. Races started at 12 noon as a large crowd gathered to watch the races. Kilmacsimon brought home 7 Gold Medals; 4 Silver Medals and 3 Bronze Medals. The Vet Men set an example for the day with a great

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA notes

Kilbree U12’s are going to Croke Park! The Kilbree U12 camogie team are thrilled to be invited to take part in an All-Ireland Camogie Blitz in Croke Park on July 7th. There are only four teams in Cork city/county selected and they are honoured to be one of these. The U12’s took part in a Munster Camogie Blitz in Thurles on April 25th. They are now taking the next step

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes

Minor Footballers continue their good run of form The minor footballers continued their non-exam league campaign last week with a good win over Kilmacabea on Monday evening. This was a good game of football with a final score of 3-17 to 1-14. Team: Rory Brimble, Jamie O’Donovan,  Killian O’Driscoll (0-2), Cathal McCarthy, Brian Keohane (0-2), Fionnan Mc Carthy, Jonathan Deasy (2-0), Brian Deasy (1-0), Shane Scannell (0-4), Joseph O’Donovan (0-3),

Kilmeen GAA notes

Junior Hurlers fall at first hurdle Bandon hurlers made a much smarter start on Saturday evening in the first round of the Junior A hurling championship.  This would stand to them throughout the entire match with the Kilbree lads struggling to keep up.  Bandon lead by three points at half time.  While the Kilbree performance was much improved in the second half, Bandon finished the stronger side to consolidate their

Ballinascarthy crowned Cork Féile C Champions

Ballinascarthy U14 camogie girls have alot to celebrate already this year as they won their Féile in style. In the first round encounter in Inniscarra they kept their opponents Castlelyons, Brian Dillons and St Fanahans scoreless, with the help of goalie Maeve Kingston and some great team displays.