Our senior ladies footballers finished off a fine league campaign with a good win against Aghada last Sunday at home in Rathcormac. It was a blustery day and we played against the wind in the first half. From the throw in it was obvious to all present that we were stronger than Aghada but we found it difficult to put that advantage onto the scoreboard. We settled before half time and went in at the short whistle leading by 2 points on a score line of 1-07 to 1-05.

 We started the second half brightly but some very poor passing and decision making kept Aghada in the game until the final 15 minutes. Finally we found our rhythm and ran out convincing winners on a score line of 3-14 to 1-06. This was a very good league campaign for our senior ladies football team. If we had won our drawn game against Eire Og we could now be in the league final. We hope that they drive on now and carry their league form into the championship. Good look to all of the girls doing exams in the coming weeks. The scorers on the day were: 

Katie Quirke 1-03, Grace Kearney 1-02, Niamh Barry 1-02, Grace Culloty 0-05, Leah Hallihan 0-01, Jennifer Barry 0-01.

On Sunday morning last our u12 girls concluded their league fixtures with another impressive win against a strong Youghal team on a scoreline ofBride Rovers 11.5 Youghal 6.3Having gone through the league unbeaten we look forward to the semis in 2 weeks time.Well done to all girls that completed in the Cork city sports last week 

Congratulations to Ciara, Lily, Abbie and Ava on their win against Sligo in the Cork U14 A All Ireland quarter final. Well done girls. 

U10 Girls Football : Thursday May 30th, Venue Lisgoold

On a blustery day in Lisgoold our girls turned out another fine performance. Eadaoin  Delaney was captain for the day and elected to play against the wind. Bride Rovers started at a frantic pace laying siege to the Lisgoold goal mouth. After may near misses the girls started working the ball into a dynamic full forward line who quickly racked up the goals and points. Aided by the half forward line and midfielders we hit the break with 5 – 4 to no reply.

Second half would be more  difficult with a full team change from 1 to 15 and an increasing wind. Our tackling , blocking and fighting was immense. Some of the movement and passing through the middle of the park was a sight to behold. Unfortunately for Lisgood although they battled to the end were unable to register a score as our full backs were in an unforgiving mood. We ran out comfortable winners with a positive score of 7 – 7.  That’s a score every 3 minutes which at this grade and age is once again a great achievement.

Many thanks to the ref on the day Grace Culloty who let the game flow seamlessly which ensured the enjoyment for all involved.


  • Girls Cul Camp Monday the 29th of July, 2019 to Friday the 2nd of August, 20191.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. at Rathcormac pitch.
  • Girls must be 5 years and school going.
  • Cost €60.00 First Child€55.00 Second Child€45.00 Third Child
  • Forms available from your trainer or Valerie Culloty  (086) 3208047
  • Forms  with payment to be returned to your trainer or to Valerie Culloty.  
  • CUL CAMP FORMS & PAYMENT TO BE HANDED IN BEFORE THE 10th of June, 2019.Entries will be closed after the 10th of June, 2019.
  • U6 GIRLSOur U6 girls have commenced training on Saturday mornings at 9.15 a.m.
  • U8 GIRLSTraining continues for U8 Camogie & Football on Monday nights in large astro.

Bride Rovers Ladies First Friday collection of old clothes, bags and shoes on Friday the 7th of June, 2019 7.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. at Rathcormac Community Centre (garage to rear).  No duvets or pillows please.

REGISTRATION The closing date for registration has now passed. If not registered players are not eligible to train or play matches.