Intermediates through to fourth round, Junior Footballers through, Fe14 hurlers in County Final and lots more!

An Bhlarna Abu!

Intermediates Win

Blarney defeated Kilworth in the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship in Pairc Ui Rinn last Sunday on a scoreline of 2-13 to 0-15. Our intermediates are now through to the fourth round.
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Junior Footballers Win

Blarney Junior Footballers overcame Naomh Aban in the first round of the Muskerry Junior A Football Championship on the 4th of May last. It was a spirited performance and a strong sign our footballers have a long summer ahead!
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Fe14 Hurlers In County Final

Best of luck to our Fe14 hurlers who take on NaPiarsaigh in Ballinlough at 13:30 this Saturday 30th of May.

The lads overcame Newcestown 1 - 16 to 0 - 3 in the quarter final and Valley Rovers 5 - 13 to 1 - 4 in the semi final during the last few weeks.

Development of Coaches


Below Club Na N'Og Coaches that completed the foundation course held in the club last week.

Blarney GAA ensuring our coaches are skilled at making the stars of the future!

Junior Hurling Championship

The first round will take place in Donoughmore on Sunday 6th of June against Inniscarra   

Best of luck to all involved.

Jennifer Murphy - Feile Skills

Congratulations to Jennifer Murphy, Blarney Camogie, club who won the Cork Feile Na nGael skills competition this evening in Castle Rd Camogie grounds. She will now represent Cork in the All Ireland feile skills in Portlaoise.

Feile na nGael Champions

Big congratulations to the Blarney U14 camogie team on their fantastic win in the Cork Camogie Feile na nGael Final. The girls deservedly defeated Valley Rovers 5-05 to 5-01 in the final on the 6th of May last.

Blarney now go on to represent Cork in the Feile finals in Derry on June 19 to 21st next.

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Support Your Club Tonight


Rebel Og Panels 

Big congratulations to our players below who were selected on their respective summer panels for Rebel Óg.
Rebel Óg U14 Hurling
Shane Barrett
Rebel Óg U15 Hurling
Declan Hannon
Rebel Óg U17 Hurling
Conor McCarthy
Conor Murphy
Patrick Crowley

Golf Classic - 18th, 19th June

This annual fundraiser will once again help us maintain & improve our facilities and provide funds towards the running of all our teams. We sincerely hope that local businesses, parents and supporters will continue to contribute towards this annual event.

On the 1st of June

The cost of entry is €10 for a car, €15 for a van and €2 entry for customers.

NO BOOKING REQUIRED - just show up on the day!

Did you know we have a club stall at every car boot sale? 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!!!


Our club shop is opened every Saturday morning from 11:15am to 11:30am in the clubhouse. Shorts, socks, Training Top, Hoddies, Tracksuit Top, Rain Jacket & more available. Please contact Anne Coleman for any specific questions on 087 123 4161 


Blarney GAA has teamed up with Eoin Murphy Fitness. The former Blarney player specialises in strength and conditioning while also developing sessions on balance & movement for every age group in the club.

Eoin has completed two degrees and a Masters in Sports Science. He has also worked in gyms in California, Perth and Cardiff. Eoin has experience with athletes from professional level right down to under 5s.

We are delighted to have Eoin Murphy Fitness available to all of our teams this year.


Online registration is now open for the Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps in Blarney.

The camp is an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 13.

The camp in Blarney will run from the 29 June - 3 July.  The hours of the camps are 10.00 am to 2.30pm.
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Club Beag 3-4 years

Club beag is an initiative to introduce boys aged between 3-4 years of age to hurling/football in an informal and fun way. It encourages both children and adults to meet, make new friends, whilst enjoying sport in a safe & friendly environment.

The club runs 30 minute sessions (11:30 - 12 noon) once a month on the second Saturday of each month from April – June (July for holidays) and August - October. The sessions take place in Blarney GAA grounds. 

For further queries, please contact Club Beag’s Chairperson Mairead Sheehan on 087 417 0690

Schools Coaching

Big thanks to the great work done by Niall Hayes, Dan Dilworth, Sean Mac Donnchadha, David Dunlea, Howey McDermott & Sinead Dilworth and the continued support from Aine Murray (Games development officer with the Cork County Board).

Brian Hurley - What the club means to me

"I still remember my first morning playing for Castleowen in the Parish Leagues and the sheer excitement surrounding the day - it was probably on the same level as playing in an adult final for Blarney almost 20 years on!!

Throughout the year the club is a hive of activity and particularly on Saturday mornings during the summer where it’s amazing to see the amount of effort and organisation being put into coaching the young players of the future within the Club Na Nóg structure. It just reinforces the fact that the club is a constant cycle right from the Club na Nóg through to the underage and adult teams, with no one single event in the calendar more important than another.
A huge amount of effort has gone into the club so far again this year with some very successful fundraising for the development of facilities while on the pitch results for the both the underage and adult teams have been very positive.

The club continues to attract a huge amount of new members every year and this is a great sign that people who move into the area feel like it’s something they want to be part of. Blarney GAA has been and always will be a very important and enjoyable part of my life."

Upcoming Fixtures...

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

That Blarney GAA club donated the land for the Scout Hall in the early 1980's.

Know Your Club

Last months question: How many pitches/grounds did the club have since 1884?

Answer: 6

1.  The Square.
2.  Sean Lower (where Castleclose is now)
3.  “The Level”  ( at the rear of Castleowen)
4.  The present Pitch at Castle Close Road.
5.  The pitch at Killowen.
6.  The new pitch at the rear of the Coursing field.

Question: How many All Ireland club finals have Blarney GAA Club played in?

Answer next month.