East Cork Ladies’ Football Weekend Fixtures


Intercounty U 13 Development Blitz
This takes place in Mallow on tomorrow Saturday 29th for those who have taken part in the Cork U 13 Development programme over the last few months. Players should have been notified as to the time they should arrive as Cork has numerous teams taking part.
East Cork participants need to be in Mallow GAA complex by 1145am please
Best of luck to all and enjoy the day

Fermoy and Glanmire play the minor county “A” semi final in Fermoy at 12 O Clock


Cobh and Inch Rovers play the last final at the U 12 grade when they meet in the U 12 B final in Cobh at 1 O Clock


neighbours Erin’s Own and Carrigtwohill meet in the East Cork Minor “C” final in Caherlag at 12 O Clock and later in the afternoon Aghada take on Bride Rovers in the Minor “B” Championship final at 3 pm in Rostellan

Best of Luck to all team playing this weekend

Best Of Luck to All Teams

Best Of Luck to All Teams

Posted in Aghada News, Bride Rovers News, Carrigtwohill News, Cobh news, East Cork Board News, Eirns Own News, Fermoy News, Glanmire News, Inch Rovers News

Carrigtwohill Ladies’ Football Notes

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Club Newsletter Week 43
Carrigtwohill are proudly sponsor by Fota Island Resort

Match Reports

Sunday: ECB Fé 12 C Final Carrigtwohill 4-2 Eirns Own 1-5

Last Sunday Carrigtwohill and Eirns Own met in the East Cork Fé 12 C Final. From the throw in both teams missed a couple of chances before Carrigtwohill scored two points, then Eirns Own started to dominate and scored 4 points with out reply. Carrigtwohill regrouped and scored to a goal to lead on a scoreline of 1-2 to 0-04. Coming up to half time Eirns Own score a point to bring the teams level. On the stroke of half, Carrigtwohill were award a free and went in a half time leading 1-3 to 0-5.

On the resumption of the second talk Carrigtwohill took control and scored to lead on a score line of 3-3 to 0-5. Eirns Own began to rally and score a goal to bring the score to 3-3 to 1-5. The game to and flowed before Carrigtwohill score a goal to lead on a score line of 4-3 to 1-5. Carrigtwohill ran out winners on a score line of 4-3 to 1-5.

Out thanks to both set of supporters who got behind both teams and added to the occasion.

Carrigtwohill Panel: A O’Connell, A Ahern, A Cuddigan, A Lee, B, Cullinmore, C Cooney, C Horgan, C Cotter, C Walsh, E Waterman, E Buckley, E Grimes, H Fane, H Vahi, J Balcerzak, K Ryan, K Walsh, K Ngwa, K Dorgan, L Parker, M de Búrca, R McEvoy, R Ahern, R O’Sulivan S Cooney, S Crowley

Facebook Pictures Link.https://www.facebook.com/Carrigtwohill-Ladies-Football-Club-125590504199941/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1155378727887775

Sunday: ECB Fé 16 Semi Final Carrigtwohill 1-9 Eirns Own 1-10

Wed 26th Oct: Sciath na Scol Final Carrigtwohil 3-3 GS de h-íde 4-2
The majority of the Fé 12 were on duty again for Scoil Chlochair Mhuire in the Sciath Na Scol final, against GS de h-íde. This was a tough contest after a good start Scoil Chlochair Mhuire lead on a score line of 1-0 to 0-1. After late rally by GS de h-íde saw they lead at half time on scoreline of 3-1 to 1-1

At the restart Scoil Chlochair Mhuire upped their game and going into the final minutes lead on a scoreline of 3-3 to 3-1. Sport can be a cruel at times and in final minutes of stoppage time GS de-híde score 1-1 without reply to win final.

Scoil Chlochair Mhuire panel: J O’Connor, A Cuddigan, R.Ahern, A.Lee, L.Parker, H Vahi, J.Bakerzak,C.Walsh, S.Crowley, M de Búrca, M.Horgan, L.Twoomey, K.Ryan, A O’Connell, K. Walsh, E O’Flynn, H Fane, S. Cooney, ACunningham.

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Golf Society Annual outing to Fota
Thanks to everyone who supported the Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Golf society outing to Fota Golf club. Thanks to Liam, Ger and Caroline for organising the outing.

Facebook Picture Links https://www.facebook.com/Carrigtwohill-Ladies-Football-Club-125590504199941/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1154483284643986

Quiz Night
Quiz night on November 5th in Fota Golf Club @ 8:30 pm. It is €20 for a table of 4. This is one of main fundraising event all support would grateful.


ECB Minor Championship. TBC

Fé 10: Selectors will notify team.

Fé 12: Selectors will notify team.

Fé 16: Selectors will notify team.

Minor: Selectors will notify team.


Posted in Carrigtwohill News

Bride Rovers Ladies’ Football Notes w/e 23-10-16

Street Collection
Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie club held their annual street collection last weekend in Rathcormac & Fermoy. Special thank you to all the Parents & Players in the club who helped out on the day and to everyone who contributed to the collection.

Bag Pack
The club will be holding its annual bag pack in Blackpool Shopping Centre on the Friday & Saturday. There are some slots still to be filled on Saturday so If you are available to help for an hour and a half please contact Shirley Johnson.


Congrats to the Bride Rovers Junior C Hurling team, winners of the East Cork Junior C Championship, for the second year in a row defeating Midleton 2-16 to 0-14.
Also well done to Fermoy Ladies Footballers who won the Munster Senior Plate Final last Sunday.
Finally Congrats to Evelyn Collins & Michael Collins who recently got engaged, best wishes to you both for the future.

Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club sponsored by Spar Rathcormac

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Posted in Bride Rovers News

Glanmire Ladies’ Football Notes w/e 23-10-16

Glanmire ladies 13 a side team were crowned County Champions on Sunday last when they overcame Inch on a scoreline of 3-12 to 2-3. Looking at the result , it is obvious that our defence were excellent well marshalled by Ava Carey in goal and Ellen Baker our 15 year old full back who had the pleasure of marking the legendary Mary O Connor for the hour. Both defences had the upper hand in the first half but a fisted goal from Kayla O Connor had a bit of light between the sides at the short whistle, 1-6 to 0-1. Inch started the second half brightly scoring a quick point when they might have had a goal but Glanmire responded with a few points and another fisted goal from Kayla to put the game out of the Killeagh sides reach. Inch scored 2 late goals but a third 3 pointer from Avril Kearney finished out the game. Special mention to Abbie O Mahony who made an excellent return after being out with an injury for 3 months and Shauna Murphy her midfield partner who was excellent throughout. Our captain Claire Murphy accepted the cup from Eamonn O Connor on behalf of the team and after a very short speech, the girls headed to Sars for well deserved refreshments . The highlight of the night was our number 1 supporter Matthew O Brien taking the stage where he blasted out the 12” version of his favourite song.

Good Luck to our minor girls in the County minor semi final v Fermoy on Saturday next



Posted in Glanmire News

Aghada Ladies’Football Notes w/e Oct 23rd

Another great week for Aghada Ladies’ Football

U-14’s Are East Cork “A” Champions…

The Aghada U-14’s created history on Wednesday night last in Killeagh when they completed a three in a row of East Cork “A” Title’s at U-14 level when they defeated the home side on a score line of Aghada 2-7 Inch Rovers 2-5.
This was a thrilling game of ladies football with the game going down to the wire. It was a tough game and credit to both teams who contributed to the wonderful game. Aghada were first out of the blocks with a well taken goal from the boot of Mary Leahy. Inch Rovers quickly responded with a goal of their own followed by three points in a row as they enjoyed a purple patch in the game. Mary steadied the ship again for the seaside girls with two points and one from the boot of Rachel Leahy to level the match up again after twenty two minutes. Inch got the final score of the first half to lead by the minimum at the break Aghada 1-3 Inch 1-4.
Mary levelled matters once more before Inch again took the lead. It was tit for tat as no team wanted to lose this game. Mary levelled up again before the seaside girls were struck with a sucker punch when Inch rattled the back of the Aghada net to put them three clear with a quarter to play. Mary scored another point to leave two between the sides. The next score was going to be crucial and this fell to the boot of Hazel Walley when she kicked the ball beyond the Inch keeper to put Aghada a point up with eight minutes to play. Scores were hard to come by for the next eight minutes but Mary popped up again to put the seaside girls two clear with time almost up a dangerous lead on any ones terms. Inch went in search of that winning goal but in fairness to the Aghada backs they stood tall and didn’t cave under the pressure and it was the seaside girls who ran out winners on a score line of Aghada 2-7 Inch Rovers 2-5.
The cup was presented to joint captains Eimear Cronin and Katie Terry by Tom Goggin Chairman of the East Cork Board. The girls thanked Inch for the great game, the referee for his handling of the game and the management of Cathal Cronin, John Bennett, Dave Leahy and Anne Marie Mc Allister. From here it was back to Whitegate on convoy. We would like to thank Chris Roche and Inch Rovers for the tea, cakes and sandwiches after the game, it was very much appreciated.
Panel: O. Dyjak, R. Sheehan, E. Cronin, C. Mc Innis, R. Barry, A. Mc Grath, A. Burke, R. Leahy, M. Leahy, M. Moran, K. Terry, C. Smith, S. Mc Allister, H. Walley, A. Gilroy, N. Bennett, C. O’Carroll, K. Owers, K. Dowling, M. Ryan, E. Lewis and S. Geary.

Minor Ladies Make County Final…

The minors have continued the good run for the ladies football club by reaching the Minor “B” County Final after a thrilling win over Araglen Desmonds Buí after extra time on Sunday last in Castletownroche. This was a tough, leg sapping game which went down to the wire but it was the seaside girls that prevailed. Araglen Desmonds Buí were first on the scoreboard after a minute with a well taken point. Nessa Fitzpatirck hit the back of the Araglen Desmonds net after seven minutes to settle the seaside girls into the game. Lauren Linehan kicked a point of her own before Araglen Desmonds levelled the match after the first quarter where the scoreboard read Aghada 1-1 Araglen Desmonds Buí 1-1. Lauren Mc Allister kicked a point to put the seaside girls one up again before Araglen Desmonds Buí struck for their second goal quickly followed by a point. Araglen Desmonds Buíwere starting to control the game but some tremendous defending from Bridget Wall, Clare Walsh, Sorcha Phelan, Kate Wall, Megan Sweeney, Ciara Counihan and Eva Rose Boylan kept the Araglen Desmonds forwards at bay. Christine Moran was to get the last two scores of the first half when she struck for the seaside girls second goal and also kicked a point of her own to leave the score at the short whistle Aghada 2-3 Araglen Desmonds Buí 2-2.
Sarah Leahy was to get Aghada’s first score of the second half. This was quickly cancelled out by two points from Araglen Desmonds Buí one of which could have been a goal only for a good save by Sarah Walsh. Again Araglen Desmonds were putting the pressure on the seaside girl’s defence and there pressure paid off when they rattled the back of the net. Aine Mc Grath was introduced for Kate Wall before Lauren Mac, Lauren Linehan and Sarah Leahy kicked three wonderful points to bring it back to a one point game before Lauren Mac got a goal and a point to put Aghada three clear with seven minutes to play. Araglen Desmonds Buí kicked the next three points of the game to level it up with sixty minutes on the clock. Surely that would be it and we would have extra time but there was still nine minutes to play for some reason or other.
Lauren Mac put Aghada ahead on the 64th minute only for Araglen Desmonds to level matters on the 67th minute. There was still a further two minutes before we would here the full time whistle but no team could add to their tally and so it was onto extra time after finishing Aghada 3-9 Araglen Desmonds Buí 3-9. It was energy sapping stuff and only the fittest would survive in extra time. Araglen Desmonds Buí opened the scoring in extra time but this was quickly cancelled out by a well taken goal from the boot of Aileen Mc Grath. That was it for the first period of extra time, with the seaside girls leading by two points at the break. On the resumption of the second period of extra time the seaside girls dug deep and they all put their shoulder to the wheel and finished the game with wonderful display of football with points from Christine and Lauren McAllister and goals from the boot of Lauren Linehan and Ciara Mc Grath to put the seaside girls into another County Final on a score line of Aghada 6-11 Araglen Desmonds Buí 4-10.
This was a wonderful performance by the Aghada girls who were up a against a very strong and physical Araglen Desmonds team but show true grit and determination to grind out a wonderful victory.
It’s Carrigaline in the Final, venue, time and date TBC.
Panel: S. Walsh, C. Counihan, B. Wall, K. Wall, M. Sweeney, S. Phelan, C. Walsh, ER. Boylan, S. Leahy, C. Mc Grath, C. Moran, N. Fitzpatrick, L. Linehan, L. Mc Allister, Aileen Mc Grath, Aine Mc Grath, O. Dyjak, M. Culligan, E. Cronin and A. Rose.
Please keep an eye on Face book and Twitter for some important upcoming fixtures. Still to be played are the following games…
Junior East Cork Junior Final v Watergrasshill Possible bank Holiday Monday
Minor County Minor B Final v Carrigaline 13th October .

East Cork Championship Minor B Final v Bride Rovers TBC
U-16 A County Final v Kinsale TBC.
U 16 East Cork A Championship Final v Glanmire TBC

Thank You

Many thanks to all who contributed and helped with our collection in Market Green on Saturday last.
Tickets for our Christmas draw will be on sale from this weekend if everyone does a little it will help a lot.

Tickets for the combined teen age social with Aghada Camogie and GAA Juvenile section will be on sale from Tuesday night

Posted in Aghada News

East Cork Championship Finals Great Week End Of Ladies’ Football

Super Weekend of Ladies ‘Football in East Cork

Well done to all the teams that contested East Cork championship finals last weekend Special congratulations to all the winners but really Ladies ‘Football was the winner

U 14 “A” Final Aghada 2-07 Inch Rovers 2-05
Killeagh was the venue for the U 14 “A” Final between Inch Rovers and Aghada . This was a cracking game of football that had everything one could want. Inch led by a point at half time but a strong performance by Aghada saw them come through in the latter stages of the game to lift the trophy for the third year in a row. Well done and thanks to all in Inch Rovers who put on a magnificent spread for both teams and supporters after the game a wonderful sporting way to end the year.

U 14 “B” Final Rockbán 3-08 Fermoy 1-09

Rockbán continued their good run at U 14 level when they defeated Fermoy in the East Cork Championship U 14 “B” final on Saturday last. Conditions were windy and a solid second half performance saw the Rockbán girls pull away in the end to win on a score line Rockbán 3-08 to Fermoy 1-09

U 14 “C” Final Cobh v Watergrasshill

Cobh made history on Sunday afternoon when they took their first underage ladies football East Cork championship title when they defeated Watergrasshill in the U 14 “C” final. Another great game with both sides giving their all and the Cobh girls winning with just a few points to spare

U 14 “D” Final Lisgoold 9-09 Cloyne 3-03

Lisgoold finished off their year with a good victory over Cloyne in the U 14 “D” East Cork championship final played in Cloyne on Sunday. The strong wind made it difficult for both sides. Playing with the aid of the wind in the first period Lisgoold raced into an early lead and try as the Cloyne girls might they found it very hard to work the ball up the field. After the break the Cloyne girls found their feet and took the game to the opposition scoring some lovely points and goals but it was the strength and depth of Lisgoold that saw them through to take the title final score Lisgoold 9-09 Cloyne 3-03

U 12 “A” Final Youghal 1-07 Fermoy 1-03

The East Cork Final of the U 12 “A” Championship brought together Youghal and Fermoy who were the best two U 12 teams in Cork county winning the “A” & “B” County Championships. In fact this year East Cork won all the U 12 county championships a great achievement with Aghada and Bride Rovers winning the “C” & ”D” championships.
Saturday was a lovely day and some more great football End to end stuff with Youghal coming out on top after a close contest 1-07 to 1-03

U 12 “C” Final Carrigtwohill 4-03 Erin’s Own 1-05

Carrigtwohill U 12 girls had a good win over near neighbours Erin’s Own on Sunday last
Playing a nice blend of fast free flowing football the Carrig girls adapted to the windy conditions slightly better. Both side played some lovely football and Erin’s own never gave up but it was Carrig that carried the day on a 4-03 to 1-05 score line.

U 12 D Final Delaney’ s v Cloyne

The U 12 “D” East Cork Final was played on Saturday last between Delaney’s and Cloyne. Well done to both teams who put on a great performance the Sides were level at half time but the experience of the Cloyne girls told in the second period with them pulling away to win by a comfortably margin.
Congrats also to Delaney’s who were making their first appearance in an East Cork Championship final at this grade

County 13 a side”A” Final
Glanmire 3-12 Inch Rovers 2-03

Congratulations to Glanmire who overcame Inch Rovers in the final of the 13 a side “A” competition played in Glanmire on Sunday evening

Details of games for next weekend will be posted later in the week

Congrats also to Fermoy who won the Munster senior “B” championship on Sunday

Thanks to Laura Manning for Lisgoold photos and Padraigh De Búrcha for Carrigtwohill photos



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Lisgoold/ Leamlara Ladies’ Football Club Notes w/e 23-10-16

Lisgoold/Leamlara Ladies Football U14 D East Cork Champion’s!!!

On a sunny but cold and windy Sunday on the 23rd October in Cloyne, Lisgoold/Leamlara faced Cloyne in the U14D East Cork Championship Final. Winning the toss up before the game, Lisgoold/Leamlara decided to play with the strong wind which was blowing down the pitch. Once the ball was thrown in, it was Lisgoold/Leamlara who set the tone and tempo of the game, launching into the attack from the start. Within a few minutes, Lisgoold/Leamlara registered a fantastic goal to show their intentions from the off. The Cloyne goalkeeper and defence had the disadvantage of competing not only against the wind for their kick outs but also had to compete against the Lisgoold/Leamlara forwards, who were alert and ready for every ball. The Lisgoold/Leamlara forwards and midfield worked excellently together to make space and create opportunities to help them tally up some amazing scores in the first half. Cloyne also worked hard to get the ball up the pitch and on occasions looked like they could be dangerous if given the opportunity but some excellent defending and blocking by the Lisgoold/Leamlara midfield and backs, made sure Cloyne were not going to get anything easy in this game. Knowing the strong wind was to play a big part in this game, Lisgoold/Leamlara were relentless in attack in the first half, scoring 5-07 in total, with some outstanding scores among them.

Now facing into the wind, it was to be a different set up for Lisgoold/Leamlara in the second half. This was to be the true test of this fantastic team. Now aided with the wind, it was Cloyne’s turn to put the pressure on the Lisgoold/Leamlara defence. Although Lisgoold/Leamlara defended brilliantly the Cloyne forwards managed to get inside the cover to score a point and 2 goals after the restart. This alerted Lisgoold/Leamlara again and the work rate of all players increased. They knew they had to work even harder to bring the ball forward up the pitch, and with some excellent teamwork and passing, Lisgoold/Leamlara again scored some fantastic scores. Cloyne were not giving up and launched their own attacks with success on occasion, but it was the brave Lisgoold/Leamlara goalkeeper who denied them on getting further scores to bring them back into the game. With the addition of fresh legs in off the bench, who added to Lisgoold/Leamlara, they now pushed on to finish off this game and win in style with an impressive total of Lisgoold/Leamlara 9-09 to Cloyne 3-03.

A special mention must be given to 3 of our girls who sadly missed out on playing today due to injury but who were as much a part of the success of this team – we wish them all a speedy recovery! This victory was an unbelievable effort by the whole team. We could not be prouder of every single one of the girls. Well done and Congratulations girls!!!
Team: Emma Woulfe, Rachel Barry, Rhiona Sheehan, Leann O Mahony, Rachel Moynihan, Dara Kiniry, Sarah Rohan, Eilis Hegarty (2-00) Ella Woods (0-02) Jess Savage, Laura Murphy (0-03), Aine Hallahan (2-02), Claire McCarthy, Kalyssa Manning (5-02), Clodagh Moynihan, Roisin McSweeney, Theresa Geary, Meabh O Brien, Anna Morrissey (Inj), Mary-Ellen O Donnell (Inj), Aoife Brosnan (Inj).

We would like to thank everyone who came out and supported the team today and all year. Thank you to the parents for bringing the girls to training and for also providing refreshments after the final. Thank you to McCarthy’s Sportsworld in Glanmire who embroidered Hurley’s Supervalu Midleton Gear bags for our U14 East Cork Champions. Thank you to Geraldine Murphy for organising fixtures. Finally a huge thank you to the coaching team of Nicola Nagle, Edel O Riordan, Leanne Woods and Phil McCarthy who worked hard with the girls all year improving their football skills as well as their confidence and self-belief. We appreciate their time, dedication and commitment to this team and hope that this will be the first of many trophies for this talented Lisgoold/Leamlara team.

Thanks To Laura Manning for the Photographs.


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Midleton Ladies’ Football Notes w/e Oct 23 rd


We are delighted to announce our Lead Sponsor for this Event is Oaklodge Nursing Home. Also coming on board to sponsor is Tecomet and John Cleary Development.

We are into our final week of preparations before the biggest Fundraiser that the Gaa Club has ever undertaken commences. It is sure to be a very busy week as last minute details are looked after and the dancers get in the last of their practices. The night promises to be very exciting and all those who are lucky enough to have secured their tickets are in for a fantastic evening of entertainment.
There is still a chance to support the Dancing Couples. Log onto http://www.ifundraise.ie/strictlymidleton
It is worth pointing out that the Event is OVER 18’S ONLY so please do not bring anyone under 18 as unfortunately entry will be refused. Doors will open at 6.30pm.
Fot those who were lucky enough to get tickets there will be a Shuttle Bus service from Midleton Gaa Club to the Radisson Blu Hotel and back to the Club when the Event is over. This is a first come, first served service. The first bus will leave at 6pm. To book a seat please Text Only your name and the amount of seats needed to 087-6400027. Please note if you choose to avail of this service please organise yourself to be at the bus to go to and from Midleton.
We are also offering a Live Streaming Event in the Gaa Club which is subject to demand. If you are interested in buying a ticket please text only to 087-6625544 you name and the amount of tickets needed. Tickets are €10. If the demand is there to run this Event we will publicise where and when tickets can be purchased.
This will be a ticket only entry so please only come if you have a ticket. Please note that this event will also be Over 18’s


Our U8 girls will return to indoor training at the Community Centre from 6-7pm. All other groups will recommence training at the Hockey Pitch. A text message will be sent out to confirm a date and time.
Best wishes from Midleton Ladies Football to all the dancers taking part in “Strictly Midleton” on Sunday next and to the Committee who have worked tirelessly to bring this event to fruition.
Well done to all involved!
Keep upto date with all the news from Midleton Ladies Football on Facebook and Twiitter. Please keep an eye on your text messages as any changes or details on matches will always be confirmed through text message.

Strictly Midleton Gaa Poster

Posted in Midleton News

East Cork Ladies’ Football Championship Finals This Weekend

East Cork Ladies’ Football Fixtures

Several Finals at various age groups will take place this weekend with 11 clubs represented Congratulations and best of luck to all
Wednesday Oct 19th

U 14 “A” Final Inch Rovers v Aghada in Killeagh at 7pm

Saturday Next Oct 22nd

U 12 “A” Final Fermoy v Youghal in Fermoy at 330pm

U 12 “D” Final Delaney’s v Cloyne in Delaney’s at 5pm

U 14 “B” Final Rockbán v Fermoy in WhiteChurch at 3pm

Sunday Next October 23rd

U 12 “C” Final Carrigtwohill v Erins Own in Carrigtwohill at 3pm

U 14 “C” Final Cobh v Watergrasshill in Cobh at 330 pm

U 14 “D” Final Cloyne v Lisgoold in Cloyne at 1pm


Posted in Aghada News, Carrigtwohill News, Cloyne News, Cobh news, East Cork Board News, Eirns Own News, Fermoy News, Inch Rovers News, Lisgoold News, Rockbán News, Watergrasshill News, Youghal News

East Cork Ladies’ Football U 13 and U 15 Development Training Notice

East Cork Ladies’Football U-13 and U 15 Development Training Notice

U-13 Development

U 13 East Cork Ladies’ Football development training will take place on Sunday next Oct 23rd in Killeagh GAA Grounds 10 am to 1130 am ( Please Note Sunday )
Munster inter county Blitz on Sat Oct 29th in Mallow GAA Grounds 9 30 to 230 pm only for those who have confirmed availability (now Closed)

U -15 Development

U 15 East Cork Ladies’ Football development training will take place on Sat next Oct 22nd in (Bucklearys Cross) Glanmire from 1045am to 1245 pm

Posted in East Cork Board News, Glanmire News, Inch Rovers News