U21C Football Championship Final 2018-07-20 08:00:00

The 2nd County Championship final of the year, the U21 C Football championship (15 - a side) will take place tomorrow Friday 20th July in Pairc Ui Rinn. It will be contested by Donoughmore (Muskerry) and Tadhg MacCarthaigh (Carbery). Both clubs are seeking their first adult county title. Tadhg MacCarthaigh (founded in 1954) are only appearing in their 2nd adult final, having been beat in their only previous final appearance in 1995 by Glenville in JAFC, while Donoughmore (founded in 1884) are appearing in their 1st adult final. Both clubs have win underage counties.  

County U21 'C' Football Championship Final
Friday 20th July
Donoughmore v Tadhg MacCarthaigh
@ Pairc Ui Rinn, 7.30pm
Referee: Trevor Lyons

Paths to Final
Tadhg MacCarthaigh
Carbery
Tadhg MacCarthaigh 5-23 Ahan Gaels (B) 1-6  - Round 1
Tadhg MacCarthaigh 5-15 Randal Og 4-5  - Semi-Final
Tadhg MacCarthaigh 2-15 Clann na nGael 0-9 - Final
County

Tadhg MacCarthaigh 0-13 Cobh 1-10 - Quarter-Final
Tadhg MacCarthaigh 1-14 Cobh 2-9 - Quarter-Final replay
Tadhg MacCarthaigh 2-9 St Peter's 0-10 - Semi-Final

Muskerry
Donoughmore
Donoughmore 2-13 Clondrohid 2-11 - Round 1
Donoughmore 2-6 Eire Og 0-7 - Semi-Final
Donoughmore 4-6 Kilmichael 1-7 - Final
County
Donoughmore 4-13 Belgooly 1-7 - Qtr-Final
Donoughmore 1-12 Kildorrery 1-11 - Semi-Final

Both teams are seeking their 1st title in this championship.

The cup to be presented to the winners of the U21'C' Football Championship is Mick Dolan Cup. The 1st winners of the competitions were Dromtarriffe

He was an absolute true gentleman,a great servant of Cork GAA and his club Fermoy, a true GAA man and a great character and a friend of everyone who knew him
He was elected Development Officer in 1999-2001 and went on to serve as Board County Vice-Chairman (2003-2005) and County Board Chairman from 2006-2008. He also served on various other committees for the County Board, such as hearings and appeals committees .
He was instrumental in ensuring the history of Cork GAA was recorded, and in the publication of the Cork GAA history book 1987-2011 gave Mick much pleasure.
Mick gave a lifetime of service to his beloved Fermoy as a player and administrator. He served in various capacities in the club including Chairman. He was much loved and this was clearly evident at huge turnout at his funeral in Fermoy.
The Mick Dolan Cup donated by his family is a fitting tribute to his contribution and we are certain Mick would say to the captain "have a drink out of that tonight oul'd stock."





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