Our minor hurlers win the first round of the championship, wins for our Junior As & intermediates & club development project announced!

An Bhlarna Abu!

Minor Hurlers Beat Newtown

Our minor hurlers had a brilliant win over Newtownshandrum in the first round of the Premier 2 Hurling Championship in Mallow.
It was a spirited performance with every player showing plenty of grit and determination to win on the night.

Well done to all involved.
Click here for the match report


to all who donated items to our dress and handbag sale. We had a big turn out when all items donated went on sale in our clubhouse on Tuesday night. Your continued support is most appreciated.

All proceeds went to our club development fund.

Club Development

We recently announced details about our upcoming development project which will consist of:

  • Construction of a Floodlit 3G artificial grass pitch with floodlights next to our clubhouse.
  • Construction of a new hurling and football alley next to our clubhouse.

public meeting will take place on Tuesday 10th of May next at 19:30 in our clubhouse hall to present an overview of the development and answer any questions people may have. All welcome to attend.
Blarney GAA Development Video
Click Here For Further Details On The Development Project

Junior B County League

Our B hurlers made their debut in the county league this month where they fell short against Whites Cross. 

Whites Cross 2-13  Blarney 1-13

Click Here For Match Report

On the 15th of April last, our Fe13 footballers had a good win away to Macroom in the East Football League.

Final score Macroom 4-04 Blarney 5-04

Keep up the good work boys!


BFS Sponsorship

The Blarney Filling Station have continued their association with our club by sponsoring our Junior Footballers again in 2016. This will be the fifth year the BFS have sponsored our club.

Stephen Blake, the owner of the BFS commented "We are delighted to continue our association with Blarney GAA Club. The club is deeply embedded into the local community and does great work with our young people in Blarney. The Junior footballers are training hard for their upcoming championship game against Inniscarra and we wish them all the best for the year ahead."

The BFS have been strong supporters of our club for many years. Club treasurer Sean MacDonnchadha commented "Without the support of the BFS and our other sponsors, we would not be able to run our club. The BFS have been great friends of Blarney GAA Club and we hope that friendship continues for many years to come. We are so grateful to Stephen and all the team at the BFS for their continued support on and off the field."

We encourage all our members to support our sponsors. Without them, the club would not be in a position to support all our teams and maintain our grounds to the highest standard.

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

Free entry for club members.

The club grounds open at 7.30am for sellers. NO BOOKING REQUIRED - just show up on the day!

Please contact Ray Coleman on 087 233 3180 if you have any items (big or small) you wish to donate to our club stall. Every item donated will help our club!!!
U15 Girls Win

Congratulations to Blarney under 15 Camogie team who won the Muskerry board under 15 tournament last weekend in Grenagh. 

Team photo with mentors St John Cremen, Brian Sheehan, Pat Harrington and Diarmuid Duloghery.

Well done to all.

Schools Coaching

Our schools coaching programme is up and running. Recently we were in the Gaelscoil where girls and boys were practicing the basics of our games.

Intermediates Beat Kilworth

Our top team in the club had a hard fought win over Kilworth a few weeks back. Final score was Blarney 1-16 Kilworth 1-14.
Click Here For Match Report

Presentation Night

On Saturday the 2nd of April last, our U21 and Junior B hurlers were presented their medals for winning the U21 championship and B league last year.

The night was kindly sponsored by The Blarney Castle Hotel. 
Click Here For More Photos Taken On The Night

Juniors Off To Winning Start

Our Junior A hurlers picked up their first win in the County Junior A League earlier in the month in Blarney. It was familur opposition but Blarney came out after a tight encounter.

Final score Blarney 1-16 Donoughmore 1-13.
Click Here For Match Report

Club Beag & Club Na nÓg 

We recently developed a document outlying the structure of Club Beag and Club Na nÓg and the basic skills we teach on a regular basis.
Click Here View Our Skills Document

Muskerry Award

Earlier in the month, Mark coleman was presented with the Muskerry GAA Award for March in the Auld Triangle in Macroom.

Mark was ackowledged for captaining SMGS to an All Ireland win while also making the Cork senior hurling panel for the last league game against Galway.

From all at the club, congratulations on the award Mark.
Fe8s Blitz

Our Fe8 team participated in a blitz a few weeks back in Passage.

This was the first time these young stars have played for the club in a blitz and they were excellent.

We look forward seeing the lads in a Blarney jersey for many years to come!

Cork Independent

We were delighted to get some coverage from the Cork Independent recently after running our defibrillator course.


Junior A Football Championship

Tuesday 3rd of May
Blarney V Inniscarra Throw In 19:30 in Donoughmore 

Intermediate League 

Sunday 8th of May
Blarney V Tracton Throw in 12:00 noon on Pitch 1   

Please visit for full list of fixtures and results.

Live match updates on our Twitter account!


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