History 1910 to 1939
Club wins it first major title by winning the County Intermediate Hurling Title by defeating Redmonds in the final. Neallie Hallihan , joe Hallihan and Jerry Long win All Ireland Senior Hurling Medals.
Senior Hurling Status achieved once more and 15 a side matches were introduced. Ballincollig played in Blue and White and were beated by Barrs in the championship. Neilly Hallihan (captain ), Joe Hallihan and Jerry Long win Cork Junior Hurling All Ireland Medals
The Great War began and Ballincollig being a garrison town was deprived of many players in this timeframe
Green and White Colours selected by the club for the first time
Ballincollig did Not affiliate this year because of the situation in Ireland. Local hero Commandant Leo Murphy was shot and the barracks were subsequently named after him.
The continued unrest in the country saw the barracks vacated by British and it remained a ruin for the next 20 years. With the demise of Ballincollig Barracks the town went into recession.
Re affiliated with the Cork County Board and are graded Intermediate once more
The Mid Cork Board is formed to replace the League Committee
Mid Cork Board introduced the Minor (U18) Championship. Prior to this there was no age limit and was liked to the present Grade B. Ballincollig win the Schools Shield holding promise for the future.
Football was introduced to Ballincollig for the first time and the club won the Mid Cork Junior Football Title and also went on to win the County Junior HUrling Title.
Club wins an Intermediate County Title to reclaim their senior status
Senior Status in Hurling and a Mid Cork Minor Hurling title to join the Mid Cork Junior Football Title. The Club reached the County Final only to be beaten by Clonakilty
First Mid Cork Minor Football Title
Mid Cork Hurling Title
County Junior Football Title and a prestigious school shield double
Club Double affiliation at Intermediate level and a win in the County Intermediate Hurling Title
County Intermediate Hurling title again this year as they did not regrade and the Minor hurlers take the Mid Cork Title
Mid Cork Junior Football Title and a Mid Cork Minor Hurling Title
Mid Cork Junior Football Title (regraded from Intermediate ) and a Mid Cork Minor Hurling Title. Thre players win Minor Hurling All Irelands (Dan Lynch , Jum Burrow and Jack Radley holding great promise for the future.
Mid Cork Junior Football title and reached County final only to be beaten by Drumtarriffe
County Intermediate Hurling Title (regraded)