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Minor Hurlers through to third round, Junior A Hurlers win final league game, Fe16's Hurlers good run comes to an end and lots more!

An Bhlarna Abu!

Minors Win Comfortably

 

Our minor hurlers had a comfortable win over Passage yesterday evening to progress to the third round of the P2 Championship.

Well done lads!

The third round is on Wednesday 5th of August against St Colmans. Time and venue to be confirmed.

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Juniors Beat Eire Og


In the end, Blarney had a comfortable win over Eire Og in their last league game of the year. The lads go into their championship quarter final championship clash against Ballincollig full of confidence.  
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Newcestown Pip Blarney 


Newcestown defeated Blarney in the fourth round of the Intermediate Hurling Championship 1-17 to 1-13 on Sunday 19th of July last.

Last year's finalists showed their experience to proceed through to the next round.
Click for match report
Click for Evening Echo match report
Click for Irish Examiner match report

Fe16's Good Run Ends


Following great wins over Douglas and Valley Rovers, Blarney U16 hurlers were defeated by St Finbarrs in the championship on a score line 2-12 to 0-12.
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B Hurlers Top Table 


This month saw our Junior B Hurlers reaffirmed their position on top of the Muskerry Junior B Hurling League - Section 1.

The lads defeated Ballincollig 2-13 to 0-15 and Donoughmore 0-12 to 4-12. 

Click for Donoughmore match report
Click for Ballincollig match report


U15 Footballers Progress

Congratulations to our U15 footballers who defeated Granard Gaels 5-14 to 2-11 in the U15A County Football Championship on the 22nd of July last.
 

Cork U14 Camogs

Well done to Blarney Camogie players Jennifer Murphy, Orla Cremen and Emma Murphy who represented Cork in the Under14 Paul Beecher tournament in Portmarnock.


15 counties were represented in the tournament and Cork came out overall winners beating Kilkenny in the final. Orla Cremen, Cork captain, accepted the cup on behalf of a delighted Cork team

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Donate To Club Stall 


Our club stall consists of items donated to the club for sale from anyone in the community. If you have any items in your attic, garage, etc that you no longer need why not donate them to the club and we will sell them at our car boot sales. All money goes back into the club!!!
 
We can take your items at any time. Weeks or days before the next car boot sale or on the day of a car boot sale itself. 
 
Please contact Ray Coleman on 087 233 3180 if you have any items (big or small) you wish to donate to our club. Every item donated will help our club!!!


 

We have added images of some of our club gear to our website. Our full range is available to view at our club shop which is opened every Saturday morning from 11:15am to 11:30am in the clubhouse. 
Click to view items available in our club shop

Niall Hayes - What the club means to me

"Blarney GAA is an institution in itself. It is a club with culture, spirit and talent within the community of Blarney.

For years I've been playing both hurling & football and I am still enjoying the friendships I made down on the pitches with players, managers, coaches and those who come down to watch on and encourage friends. In times of hardship and need, it is those within the club who rally around you as friends to support you and your family when it matters the most. 

I have two small little rascals, 3 & 6, who both love coming down to the ball wall with me, running around making friends and testing their skills in hurling & football which are mentored every Saturday morning. They enjoy a boost in confidence every time they meet the older generation who heap praise on them regularly when playing both codes. The kids really enjoy the friendships they make on Saturday mornings when over 60 kids train on the pitch over various age groups.

I enjoy watching them run around in a very safe environment and in the club’s magnificent facilities having FUN, which is the main aim of Blarney GAA for all the kids involved. The club is a place where one makes friends and enjoys a social scene, while all pulling together to have a positive impact on the wider community. 

Blarney GAA was always a place of comfort and enjoyment for me growing up, but now that has extended to my own family."

 

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Upcoming Fixtures...


Junior A Hurling 
Blarney V Ballincollig in the quarter final of the Muskerry JAHC on Tuesday 4th of August at 19:00 in Ballyanly.


Minor Hurling 
Blarney V St Colmans in the third round of the Rebel Og P2 Championship. Time and venue to be confirmed.

Junior A Football

Blarney V Clondrohid in the 4th round of the Muskerry JAFC on Sunday 9th of August at 14:20 in Coachford.


Junior B Hurling

Blarney V Aghabullogue in the quarter final of the Muskerry JBHC on Wednesday 12th of August. Time and venue TBC.


U21 Hurling

Blarney V Eire Og in the semi final on Tuesday 18th of August. Venue to TBC. Both teams received a bye to the semi final.


All Blarney fixtures and results are on www.blarneygaa.ie as soon as they become available.

We have live twitter updates for many of our matches. Follow us now
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When Mark Coleman & Conor McCarthy played for the Cork minors this year, it was the first time we had two players on the team.

Know Your Club


Last months question: How many football county titles have the club won?

Answer: One. Blarney beat St Catherines in the 1987 U12 County Football Final.

Question: How many players from Blarney played with the Cork minors and how many won All Irelands?

Answer next month.

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