Over to the hurlers

Feb
27

After a few weeks of football action it's the hurlers turn this weekend, starting with our senior side on Saturday, Feb 28, when they are away to Sars, throw-in 7pm. On Sunday the Junior A team are home to the Glen at 11am and the Junior Bs are due to play Brian Dillons at the Tank Field at 2.30pm, but this game may be postponed.

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Douglas Gaa Race Night

Feb
26

Leading amateur jockey Ciaran Fennessy has been confirmed as the 'race night' tipster, he will be on hand to give tips on the upcoming Cheltenham race festival

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Junior B medal presentation

Feb
19

Our Junior B City Division Football Championship medal presentation will take place this Friday, February 20, at 9pm in the club. All are welcome to attend.

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Best of luck to Rochestown College

Feb
19

ALL involved in the club would like to wish Rochestown College the best of luck in the Harty Cup final at 1.30pm in Mallow on Saturday.
With so many of our players involved it would be great to see a big club support there for them.

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Weekend football games

Feb
19

OUR senior footballers are away to Skibb on Sunday at 3pm and the Junior A side are away to St Vincent's at 11.30am, also on Sunday.
The Junior B side are at home to St Finbarr's at 11.30am on Sunday as well.

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Minor and underage championship draws

Feb
18

THE minor and underage championship draws were made on Wednesday, February 18. In the minor hurling championship we were drawn against the losers of Carbery and Na Piarsaigh in round one. In the football championship we were drawn against Ballincollig.
Other draws are: C3 MFC: Douglas v Ballincollig, same as Preliminary 1. C3 U15 FC: Douglas v Carrigaline.
U14 FC: Douglas v Beara. U14 HC: Douglas v winners of Shandrum/Midleton.
U15 FC: Douglas v St Michael's. U15 HC: Douglas v winners of Shandrum/Blarney.

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Congrats to Seán Powter

Feb
17

Finbarr McCarthy presents the 96FM C103 GAA Sports Person of the Month Award to Seán Powter, St. Francis College and Douglas GAA Club, for his displays in the Harty Cup and Corn Uí Mhuirí semi-finals. Also included are: Diarmuid O'Donovan, Senior Administrator, Cork County Board; Kieran McGeary, CEO Cork 96FM C103; Diarmuid Ó Mathúna, Principlal, Rochestown College; Diarmuid Vaughan, Sales and Marketing Manager, Rochestown Park Hotel and Gerard Lane, Chairman, Cork County Board. Picture by Tony O'Connell Photography

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Footballers in action tomorrow

Feb
14

OUR senior footballers continue their Rochestown Park Hotel Kelleher Shield campaign with a tough home tie on tomorrow, Sunday, February 15. They face Castlehaven at 3pm and club members are asked to support them.
Also in action are our Junior A side, who are away to St Michael's at 11.30am and our Junior B footballers are away to Nemo at 11am. All support welcomed.

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