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Re: Rebel Og

Postby topoftheright » Sat Aug 26, 2017 8:28 pm

Kilkenny beat Tipperary in the Final of the Under16A by 4 or 5 points.
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Aug 26, 2017 8:34 pm

Tipp beat Galway in the Tony Forrestal A final
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby tipp-ex » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:11 pm

I was in Brinny for most of the U15 tournament

The results were as follows

Group A
Cork 5-10, Limerick 2-10
Cork 1-8, Tipp 1-7
Tipperary 0-12, Limerick 0-12
Cork topped the group followed by Tipp on points difference. Limerick were unlucky to go home early, not a bad team at all

Group B
Waterford 3-10, Clare 1-6
Galway 1-12, Clare 0-8
Galway 0-13, Waterford 1-8
Galway topped the group, followed by Waterford with a poor enough Clare team being the first team to go home.

Plate Final - Tipp 2-9, Waterford 1-6. Tipperary had one stand out player i thought - Paddy Creedon from Durlas Óg

Final - Cork 4-13, Galway 3-3

I only got to see one Cork game as i was otherwise engaged at the venue and didnt see any of the final. The Cork V Tipp game. Very tight affair. Its hard to judge a team on one short game but i thought the Cork team were nice skillful hurlers, god stickwork with a few big lads mixed in. High catching wasnt a big feature of any team i saw. Luke Horgan from Glen Rovers has a big hand out around the middle alright. Others to impress me were both Cian McCarthys (Rockies and Olive Plunketts), Darragh Flynn (Ballygiblin) who was good on the frees, Jack Cahalane, brother of Damien was dangerous and Daire O'Leary at full forward was a big agressive player. Tom Kenny was among others on the line.
I looked at the Forrestal results from last year that Cork won and it seemed they got better as the tournament went on and it was the same this time - the scoreline V Galway, who were expected to put it up to Cork in the final, suggested a hammering and a team on form.

Definately a team to keep an eye on as they have won everything so far.
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby Cork Bhoy » Tue Oct 31, 2017 12:21 pm

See Bride Rovers win 2 County Hurling Titles in 3 days U-16A. and Minor A. I believe their U -16 team consisted of 9 U-16. 2 U -15 2 U-14 and 2 U-13. And their minors with only 1 on the age. Well done good to see a club with small numbers winning Counties. Good work been done down there it seems.
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby tipp-ex » Fri Aug 24, 2018 3:40 pm

Big day tomorrow for our underage hurlers in underage competitions/blitzes all over Munster, should be interesting to see how they get on, especially the u16's in the Eugene Carey in Mallow and the new U14's in the Tony Forrestal, we'll see what standard we're at. Don't think the u15s did much last year in the Forrestal

http://rebelogcoaching.com/u14-u15-u16- ... th-august/

With the realignment of Minor to U17, it looks like the Carrigdhoun U15 Tournament/Teddy Hanley Memorial held in Brinny last year gets the boot? That's a shame if so

Anybody anything to add to the above? What can we expect? I see Jamie Wall involved with the 15's (along with a fella from Tipp) and Seanie McGrath, Tom Kenny (was with them last year) and John Considine with the 16's
Cork to me look like the only county entering 2 teams in each competition which is good
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby Turenne » Sat Aug 25, 2018 4:36 am

Cork Bhoy wrote:See Bride Rovers win 2 County Hurling Titles in 3 days U-16A. and Minor A. I believe their U -16 team consisted of 9 U-16. 2 U -15 2 U-14 and 2 U-13. And their minors with only 1 on the age. Well done good to see a club with small numbers winning Counties. Good work been done down there it seems.


...small numbers? The population in Rathcormac has exploded in the last 20 years.
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby Turenne » Sat Aug 25, 2018 4:38 am

tipp-ex wrote:Big day tomorrow for our underage hurlers in underage competitions/blitzes all over Munster, should be interesting to see how they get on, especially the u16's in the Eugene Carey in Mallow and the new U14's in the Tony Forrestal, we'll see what standard we're at. Don't think the u15s did much last year in the Forrestal

http://rebelogcoaching.com/u14-u15-u16- ... th-august/

With the realignment of Minor to U17, it looks like the Carrigdhoun U15 Tournament/Teddy Hanley Memorial held in Brinny last year gets the boot? That's a shame if so

Anybody anything to add to the above? What can we expect? I see Jamie Wall involved with the 15's (along with a fella from Tipp) and Seanie McGrath, Tom Kenny (was with them last year) and John Considine with the 16's
Cork to me look like the only county entering 2 teams in each competition which is good


Any particular players to look out for in these squads? Have heard about a few of the U-14s being big talents (but also good at other sports).
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Aug 25, 2018 9:15 am

Turenne wrote:
tipp-ex wrote:Big day tomorrow for our underage hurlers in underage competitions/blitzes all over Munster, should be interesting to see how they get on, especially the u16's in the Eugene Carey in Mallow and the new U14's in the Tony Forrestal, we'll see what standard we're at. Don't think the u15s did much last year in the Forrestal

http://rebelogcoaching.com/u14-u15-u16- ... th-august/

With the realignment of Minor to U17, it looks like the Carrigdhoun U15 Tournament/Teddy Hanley Memorial held in Brinny last year gets the boot? That's a shame if so

Anybody anything to add to the above? What can we expect? I see Jamie Wall involved with the 15's (along with a fella from Tipp) and Seanie McGrath, Tom Kenny (was with them last year) and John Considine with the 16's
Cork to me look like the only county entering 2 teams in each competition which is good


Any particular players to look out for in these squads? Have heard about a few of the U-14s being big talents (but also good at other sports).


Apart from the obvious 16s who played minor this year, I don't know much about the rest, hopefully we'll find out more today but all I'll see is Twitter results and updates
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Aug 25, 2018 4:58 pm

Into Tony Forrestal final, putting up big scores along the way.
Did nothing at 15s

U16s lost 2 games, group to Dublin and final to Galway by 5 points. They hammered that same Galway team last year in u15 final by something like 13 points. Big swing there. What kinda teams had they out say u16? That's concerning considering the hype about them
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Re: Rebel Og

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Aug 25, 2018 7:07 pm

They won the Tony Forrestal tonight, beating KK 2-15 to 3-6.
Also won the Sonny Walsh (u14 B) on penalties from Tipp.
Hopefully highlights on GAA 2018 Monday night

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