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- Draws for 2002, We are
drawn against old rivals Newcestown
- Junior Hurlers beat
Watergrasshill in the 1/4 final of the All-County cup 2001
- Minor hurlers loose
County Final by a point
- Junior hurlers beat
Mahauna's in the league Final
- County Junior A
hurling final Sunday 11th....What more cab be said about this
See Special Page
- All Ireland
Intermediate Hurling Final in Dungarvan Monday 29th October against
Wexford, Seamus Hayes (Wing Forward), Niall Murphy (Corner-Forward)
Chris Corcoran (Selector). The club congradulates them on wining the
- Junior Hurlers
qualified for the County-Final with a win over west Cork Champions
This Website would like to express sympathy with the families
of Brian Minihane and Paddy O'Donoghue, both members of the
Courcey Rovers GAA club, who died recently.
Brian was a member of the victories Courceys U21 Football
team who won the S.East championship for the first time this year,
he was also captain of the non-exam hurling team that won the
county in that competition.
Paddy was an ever present at all Club matches and
activities and he was awarded the Hall of Fame award in 1998 for
his services to the club.
Sympathy is also expressed to the Downing, Hegarty and
Twomey families who have also suffered tragic losses during recent
May they rest in Peace.
- The Minor Hurlers are
through to the County Final after their victory over Millstreet in the
- Well done to Niall
Murphy, Seamus Hayes and Chris Corcoran have helped Cork into an
All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Final against Wexford which will take
place on the Sunday of the October Bank Holiday.
- Well done to the
Junior Hurlers in beating Grenagh to make it to the last 4 in the
- Courcey minor B
Hurlers qualify for the county semi-final with a great win over Cobh.
- Hard luck to the
Junior Footballers in the south East Final against Kinsale.
- Well done to
Michael O'Donovan who won an All Ireland Hurling medal with the Cork
Minors in their win over Galway in the final.
- Well done to the
junior hurlers who overcame Ballinhassig in the South East Final in a
game that will be unfortunately be remembered for the wrong reasons.
- Junior Hurling Final on Sunday
2nd September while the football final is on the 15th September.
- Junior A Hurlers beat
Ballygarvan well to qualify for the South East Final.
- Junior B hurlers lose
to Ballinhassig in the semi final of the hurling championship.
- Junior Footballers
through to South East Final with win over Ballinhassig.
- Carrigdhoun Senior
Hurlers loose in the Quarter Final to Newtownshandrum
- The Website has
been redesigned- what do people think of the new look.
- Minor B Hurlers win
the South East title with a good win over Kinsale in the final.
- Second month of Annual
draw takes place..>>>
- Dressing rooms are
opened by Cork County Board Chairman, and blessed by the bishop, >>Club
- Seamus Hayes and Niall
Murphy were on the Cork Intermediate Hurling team that beat Clare in
the Munster Final, and each of the lads contributed 0-2 to the final
tally, they now go on to play Galway in the All-Ireland Semi-Final.
Chris Corcoran was a Selector on this team.
- B'Special Hurlers
overcome Crosshaven in the first round of their championship
- Our Minor Hurlers beat
Ballymartle in the championship.
- Our U21 hurlers go
down badly to Ballinhassig in the semi final of S.E. championship.
- Our Junior Footballers
beat Ballymartle in the first round and now go on to play Ballinhassig
in the next round.
- The next three weeks
see our U21, minor Hurlers and our Junior Footballs take
the field in their respective championships, best of luck.
- U14 hurlers loose to
Carrigaline in the first rd. of the championship
- Annual Draw takes place at last, see
fundraising page for details...
- U21 footballers start July on a great note
by virtue of their great win over Clyda Rovers, We are now through to
the Semi-Final of the U21 County where we will play Nemo
(Bring 'em on)
- Camogie Senior team
loose first round of county championship to Fr. O'Neills
- U21 footballers take on Clyda Rovers in the
first round of the County championship on Sunday 1st July at
Donoghamore...Best of luck
- It is hoped to have an official opening of the
dressing rooms in a few weeks,
- Courceys Underage and camogie clubs hosted
teams from Derry over the Feile weekend and everything ran off
smoothly, it was the first major showing of the new dressing rooms and
they more than passed inspection, kittles, bulker-boilers, saucepans of
hot water and sandwiches (ham, ham and
cheese, ham without the ham, and ham)
were the order of the day and the club would like to thank everyone
for making sambo's for the visiting teams as well as Clonakilty,
Watergrasshill and Roscommon, as well as the families who hosted the
- Courceys U21 Hurlers got their campaign off to
a good start with a comprehensive win over near neighbours Valley
- Carrigdhoun Senior Hurlers win against
Midleton in the first round of the county Senior Hurling championship,
they now go on to play Douglas in the next round. Courcey members of
the Carrigdhoun panel are Seamus Hayes, Niall Murphy and Brian Hayes (C.P.)
- Well done to Seamus Hayes who again played
with Cork Intermediates in their win over Waterford in the Munster
Semi Final. They now play Clare in the Munster Final at a venue and
Date to be decided. Niall Murphy was also a member of the panel.
- Lotto was won so back to the small money
- Michael O'Donovan and David Murphy are still
in the training panel with the Cork Minors who are also into the
Munster Final which will be played in Cork on 1st July
- Club meeting on Tuesday 12th to discuss the
Annual Draw and when it will be held after being postponed due to the
foot and mouth, as some people from Kildare!!! who bought tickets are
getting strapped for cash....
- Junior Hurlers beat Carrigaline in 1st Rd.
South East Championship
- Dressing rooms are opened
on a limited basis,
U14 Feile Na Gael being held in Cork and Courceys are playing host to
two teams from Derry over the weekend of June 23rd, the dressing rooms are planed to be in full
swing for these games...
- Courceys play Carrigaline
in the 1st Rd. of the Junior A Hurling Championship; Fri 8th @Kinsale
Footballers loose the Replay
See results page for
- Carrigdhoun Footballers
playing the 1st Rd. Replay against Naomh Aban, best of luck to the
Courcey contingent, hopefully one or two more players will make it
- Best of luck to Seamus
Hayes (Wing-forward), Seamus Hurley( Sub-Goalie) and Chris Corcoran
(Selector) in their match with Cork Intermediate's against Limerick at
Pairc Ui Chaoimh, in the first round of the Munster Championship,
which acts as a curtain-razor to the Senior Game between the same two
- Any Club Members wanting
tickets for Cork/Limerick game, need to contact club officers by the
Thursday before the game.
- Courceys played in the
Donoghamore Hurling Tournament, with wins over Kilbree, Watergrasshill
and lost to Dromina in the Final.
- Well done to Nealie Collins
(Selector), John Murphy (Captain), Brian Hayes (CastlePark),
Seamus Hurley, Vincent Hurley, Declan Murray and Seamus Twomey who
were are involved with the Carrigdhoun Footballers in this years
County Senior Football Championship, they drew with Naomh Aban in the
first round, replay fixed for Saturday 26th May.
- B'Specials lost to
Skibbereen by a point in the League
- Club Lotto up to £2700
- Pitch reopened after the
winter break, no more need for the wollies as in the Old Head.
- Well done to Noelle Collins,
Marrion O'Donovan and John Quinn(Selector) who were involved with Cork Minor Camogie team that
beat Tipp in the Munster Final.
- We started out in defence
of our Junior Hurling All-County cup with a good win over Meelin in
the first round.
- Well done to David Murphy
and Michael O'Donovan who played for Cork Vocational Senior hurling
team in the All-Ireland Final against Galway in Limerick in the
curtain razor to the National Hurling League Final
- Friday 4th April and
Courceys are crowned the Cork County Junior Hurling Millennium
Champions after a great win over Carrigaline, whom we meet again in
the Divisional Championship first round in 5 weeks.
- Lotto is up to £2500
- All roads lead to Pairc Ui
Rinn on Friday 4th May for the Final of the Millennium Hurling
Championship, against Carrigaline who we are also meeting in the first
round of the South East championship on the 9th June.
- Junior and B Special
hurling teams had good wins over Valley Rovers, Mahuna's and Bandon in
the Inter-Divisional leagues.
- Pride of place for
April goes to our U21 Footballers won won the South East A football
title for the first time in our history, after a great final against
reigning champions and near neighbours Kinsale. See
- 2000 B Special Final
against Shamrocks ended in a draw, no date set for the replay
- The Website needs
people to email in the results of all matches especially under-age and
camogie so as to put these results up on the site, a little note on
the match would also be helpful.
- Our U21 footballers created
history by getting to the South East Final for only the third time in
our history, with a great win over our near neighbours Valley Rovers
in the replay of the semi-final at Kinsale, see match fixtures for
details. We play our other neighbours and reigning champions Kinsale
in the final.
- Junior footballers loose
out to Donoghamore in the first round of the 2001 All County Cup, in a
game that we should have won.
- B'Special Hurlers start
league campaign of against shamrocks, which is doubling up as the Final
of the 2000 South East Junior B league final. Report next week.
- 2001 All County Football
Cup starts with first round game against Donoghamore
- Junior Footballers are
unbeaten so far in South East League after four games.
- U21 Footballers draw with
Valley Rovers in semi-final of S.E. championship after extra time.
- Junior Hurlers beat Banteer
in the semi-Final of millennium competition.
- Lotto up to £2,200
- Congratulations to Club
Members Brendan and Niall Murphy on winning the first prize in the
county board draw for March, they are off to Australia in the new
year, but rumor is they are coming back
- U21 Footballers beat
Tracton in extra time, they now play Valley Rovers in the next round.
- U21 Footballers play
Tracton in the first round of Championship, see results page.
- We will play Banteer in the
Semi Final of the Millennium cup after they beat Killworth in the 1/4
- Junior Hurling and Football
leagues have now restarted after the foot and mouth scare, lets hope
we can finish them. See Results page for details.
- Club Lotto is at £2000,
check the fundraising page for details.
- At the recent meeting of
the County Board Courceys got the following match to host.
County I.F.C. Carrigaline V Newcestown (Sat 14th April)
- Matches are back on the
agenda after the F&M scare, the junior hurlers are down to play Carrigaline on Sunday 25th
in the Old head for the first game of the 2001 Hurling league, while
the B Specials are away to Randle Og.
- Championship dates and
times have been fixed, check out the fixtures page.
- Clubs Annual £15 draw has
been postponed as well, new date of draw not known yet, we'll keep ye
- All Matches throughout the
country called off due to the F&M scare,
- Lotto up to £1,700 (see
- All matches in the County
called off until further notice due to the Foot and Mouth
- Ticket sellers are out in
force this weather, so if there is a knock on your door in the
evening, its more than likely members selling Courceys famous £15
- Junior Footballers got the
league off to a good start with a fine win over Ballymartle in the
first junior match in the old head for about 40 years.
- Juvenile AGM held in
Ballinspittle hall, in which secretary of 30 years Kathleen O'Donovan
stepped down from the job that she had held since the founding of the Under
- Draws for the South-East
and All-County Junior (Millennium) Championships are made...Look out for details on the next upload..
- Club Lotto up to £1,400
- Work is still ongoing in
the new club dressing rooms and hall complex every Tuesday night and
all help is very much appreciated
- The two pitches have been
closed as work is to be carried out on them, like re-sodding and
draining, and the training and matches are being held in the Old Head
for the next few months....Bring yer woolies
- We beat
Castletownroche in Quarter Final of Millennium Hurling.
- Club Lotto up to £1300.
- Flor Griffin continues to be the Major Club
- Club AGM on in Ballinspittle Hall Sunday 7th
Raymond Maloney takes over as Chairman.. Details to follow
- Annual Dinner Dance held in Bandon Saturday
- New Years Day Annual Club
Fada was again a great success with 22 teams of 4 taking part.