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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.

Galley Flash Notes

Last weekend was a busy one for members of GalleyFlash Rowing Club with two regattas in two days. Following the cancellation of Ring regatta two weeks previous due to poor weather, the first regatta of the 2015 season was held earlier on Saturday last, May 16th, in Kilmacsimon. This was a good opportunity for crews to get some race practice under their belts before the commencement of the championship season

Bright future for Bandon AFC says coach Richie Holland

by John Bohane BANDON AFC recently celebrated securing promotion back to the Munster Senior League Premier Division following a year plying their trade in the First Division. The West Cork outfit clinched the first division championship crown for the first time in their history following their 3-1 home win achieved against Mayfield United. This win ensured Bandon will once again be competing with the elite teams in the Munster Senior

St Colums GAA notes

St Colums v Ahan Gaels St Colums Under 14 footballers played a highly entertaining league game against Ahan Gaels in Enniskeane on Thursday 14th last. The home team started at a blistering pace and midway through the first half were 10 points ahead with some great forward play. Colums fought back and helped by goals from Conor Doody, Mike O’Shea and Jack Desmond and a good point by Patrick Goggin

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes

Junior Hurlers get ready for Championship! As championship time draws close, the junior hurlers played two matches in the past week. On Tuesday evening in Castletownkenneigh they played out a draw against Diarmuid O’Mathunas.  The final score was Kilbree 0-16 to Diarmuid O’Mathunas 0-16.

Kilmeen GAA notes

Junior Footballers kick start their county campaign with a win!   On Saturday evening the junior footballers commenced their county campaign with a convincing win over Shanballymore in Blarney. Kilmeen were always in front in this encounter and lead by ten points to one at half time. Kilmeen’s dominance continued in the second half and they were victorious at the full time whistle. The final score was Kilmeen 2-15 to

Kilmacsimon rowing notes

South Coast Indoor Rowing Championships Kilmacsimon Rowing Club was well represented at this year’s South Coast Indoor Rowing Championship. Twenty club members took part this year with eight gold medals: Sarah Neary, J15 Girls; David McCarthy (J16 Boys); Cathal Cummins ( J18 Boys); Eamon Geary (LW Men); Áine Weldon ( LW Ladies); Laura O’ Neill (Open Ladies); Marie Geary (Masters Ladies); Kilmacsimon Underage Relay Team, four silver medals: James Mulcahy

Skibbereen Rugby News

Skibbereen U14’s League and Cup rugby championships ON the 19th April 2015 at the PBC grounds in Wilton, Skibbereen U 14’s were crowned South Munster League Champions. In perfect conditions the Skibbereen boys gave a near flawless display to cap a terrific league campaign. Skibb played with the aid of a slight breeze in the first half, but it was the physically stronger Cobh team who were applying all the pressure for the first

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes

Minor Football Championship On Wednesday evening last the minor footballers took on St Nicks in Kilmurry in the Premier 2 Minor Football Championship.  Having lost to Inniscarra in the preliminary round, Kilmeen were keen to make amends. Utilising a strong wind to their advantage in the first half, Kilmeen were ahead 2-3 to no score after eight minutes.