By Daragh Ó Conchúir “This year we’re going all out to win the League and Championship. If you don’t aim The post “It is about trying to find what makes a child tick” – Limerick’s Caoimhe Costelloe appeared first on Munster GAA.
Clare manager Ger O’Connell knows that his team must come away from Walsh Park tomorrow evening (5pm throw-in) with a win against Waterford if they are to keep their hopes of progressing in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship alive. The post “Our season is on the line” – Clare’s Ger O’Connell appeared first […]
A Chara, Cork GAA (Coiste Chontae Chorcaí) is seeking an energetic, proactive and inspiring County Underage Secretary for Rebel Óg, who can steer its ongoing success and development. The successful candidate will join the existing volunteer and professional leadership team comprising of the Cork GAA […]
FIVE Cork Féile Cup winning teams are the June winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly awards, sponsored by the Clayton Hotel, Silver Springs and Cummins Sports (award sponsors) and in association with The Echo and RedFM, media partners. In camogie the three winners are […]
Among other things, this month’s edition contains important information on: Concussion awareness A mother warns of the dangers of unsecured portable goalposts A chance to win €5,000 for your club in a Sure skills challenge Reports from the success at Féile Countdown to the Renault […]
Beara GAA is a division of Cork GAA located n the Beara Peninsula. The Beara division was formed in 1927 when the Cork County Board divided the county into 8 divisions. Currently, the following clubs are part of the Beara division - Castletownbere, Adrigole, Urhan, Garnish, Bere Island and Glengarriff.