Bride Rovers GAA Club Notes For The Week.

November 8, 2018

No Fixtures!

Last weekend we had no fixture as no progress was made with either the East Cork JBFC Final or the Co Minor Hurling League Semi Final. The dates for both of these games are still uncertain due to availability of pitches. Another further complication with the Minor game is that Dromtarriffe, our opponents are due to play a Duhallow JBHC semi final next Sunday. In any case the Minors have training on this coming Friday night at 7.30 in the Main Pitch.




The annual general meeting of the Bride Rovers Club will be held on Thursday week December the 10th in the Clubrooms at 8pm sharp. 2009 was a disappointing year for the Club after the ‘high’ of reaching the Co SH Final in 2008. We did defeat Castlelyons and Blackrock in the SHC, having lost the opening game to Killeagh. We were beaten by CIT in  a game where we simply never got into top gear for some unknown reason. On the Football side we lost out early in the JAFC but are in the Jb Grade final with our second team. We lost in u21 at the Final stage in Football and the semi final in hurling.



 The East Cork Final of Scor na nOg – U17, will be held on Friday 11th Dec. Anyone who wants to represent the Club in this competition please contact any Club Officer as soon as possible.


Club Shop.

Christmas is only around the corner and what better gift can be bought than some item in the Bride Rovers Club Gear range. Orders for Christmas need to be placed immediately by ringing 086 3807784 or 086 1540902.


‘Bride Rovers Abu’

Copies of the Bride Rovers GAA Club History Book, ‘Bride Rovers Abu’ are available from Club PRO John Arnold.



Best Wishes.

All in the Bride Rovers GAA club send our best wishes to Joe Morrisson who has retired after many years in business at Cork Road Fermoy. Joe was a great friend of the Club and was never found wanting when it came to giving sponsorship to the Club.


Glory Newtown

For the third time this decade Newtownshandrum have been crowned Munster Senior Club Champions. At Thurles last Sunday they survived a late Ballygunner rally to win the Provincial title by two points. They are certainly team of the decade in Cork. They will meet Ballyhale Shamrocks in the All Ireland semi-final in February with a possible St. Patrick’s Day Final encounter against Portumna awaiting the winners.