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Intermediate Hurlers beat Meelin in testing conditions

Sunday 09th March, 2014


Ballincollig 0-10 Meelin 0-7Interemediate Hurling League Our Intermediate hurlers got the new season off to a winning start with a hard fought victory over Meelin last Sunday. Conditions were testing but we stormed into an early lead courtesy of an excellent point from David Bowen. We enjoyed plenty of possession in the opening quarter and were denied a...

Intermediate Hurling begins

Tuesday 04th March, 2014


Ballincollig 3-14 Inniscarra 3-4 Our Intermediate hurlers played their first game of the season in a challenge game against Inniscarra last Tuesday in Ballincollig. It proved a very worthwhile exercise for the players and team management against strong opponents. In all 33 players were used in the game consisting of 3 x 20mins slots. Ballincollig grew...

U21 Footballers lose out to Ballingeary

Tuesday 04th March, 2014


Ballincollig v BallingearyIn a game that had been called off on 2 separate occasions it was great to get another game in the league played and get more game time into players who badly need them. Due to a number of different injuries, commitment to minor and senior teams and various injuries, the second team were severely depleted in numbers but not in spirit in...

Senior Footballers win Paidi O'Se Invitational

Tuesday 04th March, 2014


The 25th Comortas Peil Paidi O’Se took place in West Kerry last weekend, and Ballincollig’s participation in the original event was marked by an invitation to return. The draw for the round robin stages of the competition meant we were faced with the prospect of back-to-back matches at An Gaeltacht’s pitch in Gallarus on Saturday, hoping to qualify...

U21 Football League Defeat

Saturday 22nd February, 2014


Kilmichael 5-13 Ballincollig 1-6After a sluggish start, where we conceded 1-2 in the opening minutes, we settled and were able to stay score for score with Kilmichael for the rest of the opening half. We registered scores through Evan O Donoughue, Daniel O Connor, Stephen Bunyon and a well taken goal from Ronan Cambridge. Our defence was excellent...

Senior Football League Campaigns Begins

Saturday 22nd February, 2014


Ballincollig 1-17 Newmarket 1-9Our senior footballers travelled to Newmarket for their opening league match of 2014, and built on their momentum from the Tadhg Crowley Cup with a comfortable victory. Playing with the wind in the first half, we were on top in the initial stages but occasionally wasteful in front of goal. A long-range free from John Kelly...

Ballincollig GAA Cheltenham Buster

Saturday 15th February, 2014


The senior section is currently selling tickets as part of a fundraiser to coincide with the Cheltenham Festival. The format of the competion is very simple. Just select one horse per race from the first four races for each days racing. Anyone who purchases a ticket can enter by a number of methods, online on www.fantasycheltenham.ie, by phone: call the call...

U21 FL defeat by slimmest of margins amid tremendous excitement

Wednesday 12th February, 2014


Ballincollig 0-13 Naomh Abán 2-8Our U21 footballers suffered a narrow defeat in their opening league game last Sunday morning in Ballincollig. Although it was a disappointing result in the end it was a most entertaining contest. The format of the competition has slightly changed this year and the championship will not commence until March.Luke...

Golf Society celebrates 25 Years

Saturday 08th February, 2014


This year we will be celebrating our 25th Anniversary of Ballincollig GAA Club Golfing Society.Over the years people have played and indeed held office and helped run the Society, but due to many reasons and indeed lost contact with fellow friends and of course the economic downturn, what ever the reason we are asking past and present members to consider...

Senior Footballers book their place in Tadgh Crowley Cup Final

Wednesday 05th February, 2014


Ballincollig 1-9 Newcestown 0-5 Our senior footballers are through to the final of the Tadgh Crowley Cup this weekend following a convincing victory over Newcestown in Ballincollig last Saturday night. We dominated the opening exchanges and well taken scores from Johnny Kelly and Alan Donovan settled our side. Liam Jennings was playing his first game of...

Downs Family Sponsorship Continues

Tuesday 04th February, 2014


Barry, Mary & Helen Downs of Downs Supervalu have been supporting and sponsoring Ballincollig Hurling & Football Club for over 20 years. Recently Barry Downs presented Club Chairman Seamus O’ Callaghan with a significant cheque for this year’s sponsorship continuing the long association of Club Sponsor. Over the years Ballincollig has...

Noel Galvin added to National League Panel.

Wednesday 29th January, 2014


Noel Galvin was added to the 30 man Cork Panel for the upcoming league. Noel featured in the League Panel also last year and is looking to take another step forward this year in a bid to make the Championship Teams . Along with Pa Kelly Ballincollig now have 2 representatives at Inter County level..Below is an exceprt from "The Score"Original Article here9...

Senior Footballers Advance in Tadgh Crowley Cup

Monday 27th January, 2014


Ballincollig 1-13 Castlehaven 0-14After putting a comprehensive display inthe first round to beat St. Nicks 2-18 tp 1-3 the Senior footballers went on to defeat last years County Champions Castlehaven yesterday to advance to the semi final stage of the Tadgh Crowley Cup. Newcestown will their oponents in semis and Ballincollig have a home draw so Feb 02...

1963 Panel Honoured in Verse

Wednesday 08th January, 2014


The annual Chairman’s night of Ballincollig Hurling & Football Club was held recently in the Pavilion in the Powdermills in Ballincollig. A large crowd turned out to hear Club Chairman Seamus O’ Callaghan extend a Ceid Mile Failte to everyone and a big thank you to a large group of volunteers who helped and supported the Club during 2013. Also...

Chairmans Night and 1963 Jubilee Celebration

Tuesday 31st December, 2013


Charimans Night took place before Christmas and this year was made extra special by the Jubilee Celbration for the 1963 County Hurling Championship team. 1963 saw Ballincollig win a Junior Hurling County Championship and and Minor Hurling Mid Cork championship and both sets of teams were invited back to the Chairmans Night to celebrate the...

Long Puck a Huge success

Tuesday 31st December, 2013


Great Turn out where 85 teams took to the roads on St. Stephens Mornign to take part in the annual Long Puck Compoeteions. Prizes for Senior , Juvenile and camogie sections as per usual and new group of winners in each category this year. Play offs were also required to determine winners in every category which just added to extra excitement at the...

Cork GAA Clubs draw results @ corkgaadraw.ie

Monday 09th December, 2013


Tom Dorgan and John O'Dwyer join Cork Minor Setup

Sunday 03rd November, 2013


The club got a great boost recently as both Tom Dorgan (Football) and John O'Dwyer (Hurling) were confirmed as Cork Minor Selectors for 2014. This is great recognition of the progress and success both Tom and John have achieved in recent years at Minor level within the club. Both gentlemen are perfect examples of the great coaches involved in...

Fuel & Fund Intiative With Spillanes Maxol , Ballincollig

Monday 21st October, 2013


Ballincollig GAA Golf Society launches “Fuel & Fund” initiative in conjunction with Spillane’s Maxol, BallincolligThe Ballincollig GAA Golf Society launched its new club fundraising initiative with our long standing sponsors Spillane’s Maxol last Friday night in the club bar. Members of the Golf Society as well as representatives from...

Camogie County Final Fixed

Wednesday 09th October, 2013


The Senior Camogie County Final Between Ballicollig and Milford has been fixed for this weekend on Sunday 13th October at 3:45. in Castle Road , Mahon ....This is an historic first occasion that Ballincollig has reached a Senior Camogie County Final so these girls deserve every bit of support the club can muster so grab everything green and white and get down...

Ballincollig pipped in PIHC relegatoin battle

Monday 07th October, 2013


Carrigaline 1-14 Ballincollig 0-16Monday, October 07, 2013By Stephen Barry of the Irish ExaminerTwo relegation deciders in three weeks for Carrigaline's footballers and hurlers and on Saturday afternoon they completed their great escape in Brinny.The club has been bolstered by players returning from abroad as well as the physio's table with four...

Senior County Final Awaits Camogie Stars

Saturday 05th October, 2013


Ballincollig 0-14 Killeagh 2-06Big crowd in CIT last night were enthralled by this game where Ballincollig came from 6 points behind to equalise on the 60th minute with a long range free. The first 4 minutes of injury time our girls were magnificent , not letting the ball cross their own 45 and tagging on 2 more points. The dying seconds saw Killeagh break...

Senior Camogie reach County Semi Final

Tuesday 24th September, 2013


Ballincollig 1-7 Cloughduv 0-5.Ballincollig advance to the Senior Camogie County Semifinal stage. A clever second half goal was the to be turning point of this tight game but it left a lot of defensive work to do in the aftermath. Cloughduv tested our defense thoroughly but every attack was met some fantastic blocking , hooking and commitment. Created...

SFC - Carbery - 2-17 Ballincollig 0-12

Tuesday 03rd September, 2013


Carbery - 2-17 Ballincollig 0-12Despite a spirited display Ballincollig senior footballers are out of this year's senior football championship .The match started with both teams exchanging points before Carbery moved into a 0-4 to 0-1 lead .Balincollig were awarded a penalty which was saved and from here Carbery scored a run of points to put them into a...

Duck Race 2013 Pictures

Friday 07th June, 2013


Huge crowds turned out for this years Duck race because the weather was nothing short of magnificent. Unlike previous years where there wasn't a drop of water flowing down the river and the ducks took hours to get from Inniscarra bridge to the Weir , it was all overe in 10 minutes. The Dam had released on the day and the ducks got stuck in a clump and all headed for...

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