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Tickets for Pairc Ui Chaoimh

Sunday 16th July, 2017


We have been advised by the county board that a very large crowd is expected for the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship match v Valley Rovers in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. Supporters are encouraged to buy their tickets in advance from Supervalu or Centra rather than queuing on the night.As it is the...

Heritage Map Launch

Sunday 16th July, 2017


Blarney GAA was involved in the launch of the new Blarney Heritage Map earlier this summer. The Brand Blarney team who organised the event sent us a nice thank you email:"Please extend our warmest thanks to the members of your group who participated in the launch of the Blarney Heritage Map and...

Blarney to Play First Game in New Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Tuesday 11th July, 2017


Blarney have been granted the honour of playing the first game in the new Páirc Uí Chaoimh, with the Premier Intermediate hurlers taking on Valley Rovers in championship action on Wednesday the 19th.It would be great to see a large Blarney crowd supporting the lads on an occasion...

Defeat for Minor Hurlers

Tuesday 11th July, 2017


The minor hurlers tasted defeat in their Premier 1 championship opener against a strong Na Piarsaigh side. Na Piarsaigh have a large number of last year's title-winning team returning this year, including 3 starters from Sunday's Munster minor final-winning Cork team. The final score...

Minor Hurling Championship

Monday 10th July, 2017


The minors take on Na Piarsaigh in the Premier 1 Hurling Championship on Tuesday the 11th, with throw-in at 7.30pm in Delany's ground. This is the top grade of minor hurling in the county and both teams are unbeaten in the league to date. Several of Sunday's Munster championship-winning...

A Special Day for Blarney GAA

Sunday 09th July, 2017


At around 10am this morning a large group of excited young players, parents and coaches from Blarney/Rathpeacon Club na nÓg boarded the bus to Thurles from the club house. It was thanks to the trojan efforts of Niall Hayes and the Club na nÓg mentors that the boys were able to look...

Blarney Footballers in Munster Tournament

Friday 07th July, 2017


Blarney's Daniel Murphy and Eoghan Kirby will line out for Cork Mid-West in the Jim Power u14 football tournament in Dungarvan on Saturday. The Jim Power tournament involves county and regional development teams from across Munster, offering a great opportunity for the lads to test...

Under 9 Update

Thursday 06th July, 2017


Match report and photos from our under 9 hurling games v Inniscarra in Blarney last week.___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Under...

Blarney Players in Munster Final Action

Thursday 06th July, 2017


Sunday is set to be a very proud day for Blarney, with a number of our players representing Cork in championship action this weekend..Mark Coleman will line out for the seniors in the Munster Final against Clare in Thurles, while Declan Hanlon and Conor Power are part of the minor setup who also take on...

Championship Win for Junior A Hurlers

Thursday 06th July, 2017


The Junior A hurlers got their championship campaign back on track with a win over Gleann na Laoi on Wednesday night in Donoughmore. The lads were deserved winners on a scoreline of 1-19 to 1-12 winners after a hard-fought game.Despite the favourable weather conditions the game started slowly. The...

Cúl Camp 2017

Thursday 06th July, 2017


This year's Cúl Camp has been a huge success, with our biggest ever number of children attending. It wouldn't have been possible without our hardworking organisers, coaches, parents and most importantly the children. Well done to everyone involved!...

Defeat for Junior Footballers

Sunday 02nd July, 2017


The Junior footballers were knocked out of the the Muskerry championship on Saturday night after a brave effort against Clondrohid. The final score of 1-13 to 0-8 wasn't truly reflective of the general play.Blarney were shorn of a number of regular starters but were far quicker to settle into...

Great Win for u11 Camogie Team

Sunday 02nd July, 2017


Well done to our U11 camogie team who put on a fantastic display of in their win over Enniskeane on Friday evening. Final score Blarney 3-0 to Enniskeane 1-01.

Cul Camps 2017

Friday 30th June, 2017


This year's Blarney Cúl Camp is set to be our biggest ever with 190 children taking part! It would not have been possible to accept this many children if it wasn't for our fantastic new Astroturf pitch.The groups and meeting points for each child are outlined below:...

Rebel Óg County Championship Draws

Thursday 29th June, 2017


The Rebel Óg county championship draw was made last night:Minor Premier 1 Hurling Blarney v. Na Piarsaigh, July 11th \ 12th Minor Central 3 Hurling v. Mallow Fe16 Premier 1 Hurling v. Midleton, July 31stFe14 Premier 2A Hurling v. Whitechurch, Aug 16th...

Blitz Action For u6 Team

Tuesday 27th June, 2017


Our plucky u6 team took part in their first blitz in Rathpeacon on Sunday the 25th and had a great time. Hopefully the first of many!Well done to everyone involved.

Munster Final Tickets

Tuesday 27th June, 2017


Tickets for the Munster Hurling Final on July 9th are available online on gaa.tickets.ie and from selected Centra/Super Valu stores. The club will be ordering a limited amount of tickets for this game, Covered Stand: €35, uncovered Stand: €30, terrace: €25,...

Support Blarney GAA with Supervalu

Monday 26th June, 2017


Supervalu's 'Behind the Ball' campaign aims to donate 55,000 footballs to clubs and children across the country. You can show your support for Blarney GAA by putting your shopping receipt in the box in Supervalu. Supervalu Blarney have already supported the club by organising match...

Sarah Buckley Tournament 2017

Sunday 25th June, 2017


A great day was had in Blarney on Saturday for the annual Sarah Buckley Tournament. On a sunny afternoon Blarney, Glen Rovers, Ballinascarthy and St. Finbarrs all contributed to great afternoon's sport. Ballinascarthy went home with the Shield this year after defeating Blarney while Glen...

Premier Intermediates Suffer Defeat to Mallow

Sunday 25th June, 2017


Blarney lost out to Mallow in round 2A of the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship on a scoreline of 5-18 to 1-21 on Sunday night in Mourneabbey. The game was far closer than the final score suggests and Blarney will rue their concession of several scrappy goals.On an overcast but dry evening,...

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