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Senior Footballers advance on superb second half performance

Thursday 27th April, 2017


The Ballincollig senior footballers got their championship campaign off to the perfect start with a fantastic performance against St Finbarrs in Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday night. The team raced into an early lead going 05 - 01 ahead after fifteen minutes. The Barrs to their credit got on top of the game for the rest of the first half, and ended up...

Player of the year awards

Tuesday 07th March, 2017


Great Night at the Senior Section presentation last weekend inthe clubhouse where Liam Jennings was awarded Fottballer of the Year and Shane Murphy received the Hurler of ther accolade...Overall a massive night in the clubhouse with both the function room and the bar packed for presentations from Ladiers football and the clubs Senior section Liam...

Senior Medal Presentation Night - March 3rd

Monday 20th February, 2017


Senior Section Medal Presentation NightFriday March 3rd inlcudes the Senior and U21 teams along with player of the year presentations. All club members welcome...

JACK - GAA Superstar , Taoiseach and Corkman...

Thursday 16th February, 2017


To celebrate the centenary of the birth of JACK Lynch, JACK a new play by playwright Declan Hassett will take place in Ballymaloe Grainstore from March 2-4 and in the Everyman in Cork from March 8th to the 18th.GAA superstar, winner of six All Ireland medals and former Taoiseach, Corkman Jack Lynch was born in 1917. He became not only a sporting folk hero and...

2017 Annual General Meeting

Monday 06th February, 2017


The Club's Annual General Meeting takes place on Wednesday 15th Of February at 8:80 PM . The club would request that all members attend aas it lays out its plans for the year ahead

U21 Hurling County Final Preview

Friday 28th October, 2016


BALLINCOLLIG’S U21 HURLERS POINT THE WAY FORWARD---Evening Echo Extract Author Oct 26 016 by Eamonn Murphy---THE BLEND of minors and more experienced members of the club’s intermediate side has been the key to Ballincollig reaching a first U21 county hurling final in 20 years, which takes place at 1.30pm at Páirc Uí...

2016 SFC County Final Report - Irish Examiner reprint

Monday 17th October, 2016


Magnificent Carbery Rangers enjoy finest hourMonday, October 17, 2016 Michael Moynihan ( Original Article )Ballincollig 1-12 Carbery Rangers 1-15:Honours to Carbery Rangers in yesterday’s Cork SFC final — the west Cork men were just too good for Ballincollig in a high-scoring, entertaining game as they won an emotional first senior...

U21 Mid Cork Hurling Champions

Wednesday 12th October, 2016


Our U21 team recorded a magnificent victory our neighbours Éire Óg in Coachford last Saturday afternoon. Following a pulsating draw on Tuesday night our lads got the better of the exchanges amid rapturous scenes after the game. Cian Dorgan was the man of the match after landing some terrific scores while Jordan Murray showed his class with a magnificent...

Club Shop Extended Opening

Thursday 06th October, 2016


For all your needs with regard to club memorabilia , car flags , buntings, tops , jerseys and all the gear , it will be avilable in the club shop and for this special times we are oin roight now that is in it the shop is opening for extended hours and dates..The Club shop always opens every Wednesday (7-8pm) and Sundays (11-12.30pm). and for the week befor the County...

SFC County Semi Final - Match Report

Wednesday 05th October, 2016


Ballincollig 1-10 Nemo Rangers 2-6Match Report courtesy of Kevin Murphy (PRO)BALLINCOLLIG showed all the maturity and courage of recent champions by stripping Nemo Rangers of their county senior football title in a thrilling climax to a slow-burner of a semi-final at Páirc Uí Rinn yesterday.Not many teams recover from handing Nemo a six-point lead...

Senior Football Championship Final Qualificaiton

Tuesday 04th October, 2016


--- Evening Echo Article By Mark Mark Woods --- THE county senior football championship final will be a repeat of the 2014 showdown between the winners Ballincollig and Carbery Rangers following contrasting semi-finals at Páirc Uí Rinn.Ballincollig players and mentors celebrate at the final whistle after defeating Nemo.Picture: Eddie...

Senior Section Notes ( Sept 21 )

Wednesday 21st September, 2016


Our Intermediate hurlers take on Dungourney Saturday at 4.30pm inRiverstown. Following the outstanding victory of our footballers thereis no let up. Our opponents are a well balanced side who got promotedfrom the Junior ranks last season. We have been making progress allseason and the management team will hopefully have a full strengthpanel. We...

Upcoming SFC and U21 Championship action

Wednesday 14th September, 2016


SFC Saturday NightBallincolligV Castlehaven @6.00PM in ClonakiltyFollowing our victory over CIT last weekend our senior footballers are in quarter final action this weekend in Clonakilty. We face Castlehaven in a mouth watering clash and a huge Ballincollig crowd is expected to make the journey west. After a laboured opening half against CIT we played...

Cork GAA Clubs Draw 2016 2017

Thursday 08th September, 2016


THE CORK GAA CLUBS DRAW IS A RISK FREE FUNDRAISING PROMOTION AVAILABLE TO CLUBS ACROSS THE COUNTY.Tickets cost €100 per annum with a guaranteed 45% contribution to the draw members club rising to 58% on agreed target achievement. Since its inception in 1992 communities have benefitted by more than €19 million in funding their local club developments....

Crucial Championship Weekend

Thursday 01st September, 2016


CRUCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK Report Courtesy Of Kevin MurphyThe coming weeks are sure to be very exciting for our supporters with the Intermediate hurlers, Senior footballers, Junior footballers and Junior B hurlers all in championship action. It is terrific to be in action in so many competitions and all credit to our dedicated players who are...

Important weeks ahead in all the big Championship..

Wednesday 24th August, 2016


Minor Footballers , Senior Footballer and Intermediate Hurlers all out in the next 10 days. Check out the facebook pages fro all the latest events below https://www.facebook.com/BallincolligGAAClub/events

IRISH EXAMINER :- Pa Kelly Interview after the Longford Game...

Wednesday 24th August, 2016


Paddy Kelly: The second coming of the thinking man’s footballer Saturday, July 30, 2016Kieran Shannon ( Original article Here )What has happened to Cork? When the last time you could actually trust the county’s footballers to deliver on the big day? Paddy Kelly knows the issues. “We haven’t had a big scalp in the championship the last few years....

Senior Section Notes ( Juy 13th )

Wednesday 13th July, 2016


U21 County Semi Final on SundayThis is a huge weekend for our club as we face an extremely tricky assignment against Ilen Rovers in the championship in Ballineen on Sunday afternoon. This has been a very fruitful competition for the club over recent seasons and supporters are encouraged to travel in great numbers. We are a young side with plenty of exciting...

Ballincollig capture the Lena Down Junior B title

Thursday 16th June, 2016


The Ballincollig junior B squad won the Lena Down Memorial Tournament as part of the Belle of Ballincollig festival. The five-team competition also featured Bishopstown, Kilmacabea, holders Beál Átha'n Ghaorthaidh, and Kanturk, and was organised by James O'Reilly in conjunction with Eamonn Twohig and Con Burke, while Paul Desmond and...

U21 Footballers advance to County Semi Final

Wednesday 25th May, 2016


Ballincollig 3-12 Boherbue 1-7Ballincollig are through to the semi-final of U21A football championship after shaking off the challenge of a dogged Boherbue side in Macroom last weekend. We were certainly flattered by the score line as the north-Cork side launched a strong comeback early in the second half. Cian Dorgan finished the game with a total of 3-5...

Outstanding victory for Junior Footballers in Replay

Wednesday 18th May, 2016


Ballincollig 3-11 Béal Áthan Ghaorthaidh 0-15Ballincollig edged out Béal Áthan Ghaorthaidh in a cracking Ross Oil JAFC replay in Kilmichael on Saturday night. The introduction of Ian Coughlan at the break changed the course of this game as the big full forward scored 2-3 with a magnificent individual performance. Béal Áthan Ghaorthaidh raced...

Mixed bag for Senior and Junior Championship Teams

Wednesday 11th May, 2016


Ballincollig 0-13 Bishopstown 3-8Our senior footballers were defeated in the opening round of the senior football championship. It was one of those nights when lady luck was very much against us. The greasy conditions resulted in the concession of three first half goals while injuries to Noel Galvin and Killian Coleman resulted in us losing our shape at a...

Belle Of Ballincollig Festival Updates.. ( June 6 to June 11 )

Monday 25th April, 2016


The Festival Build up is starting as the dates have been annoounced For june 6th to June 11th and this week the full set of entrants have been introduced courtesy of a Photograph set from Victor Horgan Photgraphy in the village. Check out the Facebook page for all the up to date detailshttps://www.facebook.com/belleballincollig/ The Dates are June 6th to...

Junior Football: Ballincollig V Cill Na Matra

Wednesday 13th April, 2016


Junior B FootballSaturday 2nd April 2016, Ballincollig’s Junior B footballers began our Division 2 league campaign with a home match against Cill na Martra. It was a closely contested game where the scores were level 2-4 0-10 at half time. Final score Ballincollig 4-7 Cill na Martra 1-16. A draw was seen as a good result for us against this...

Senior Football: Tight encounters with Douglas and Nemo

Wednesday 13th April, 2016


Senior FootballThe senior footballers took on Douglas at home in the league recently, and added to their tally of draws.Such an outcome looked unlikely early, as we stormed into proceedings and raised the first six white flags of the game. John Miskella was to the fore in this period, popping up all over the forward line and scoring regularly. Colin Moore and...

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