Bride Rovers GAA CLub notes & news round-up for the week.

November 8, 2018



Bride Rovers Junior footballers continued with their league campaign with two games this week. They travelled to Fouhy Park on Wednesday last to play the hosts Glenville under lights. This was the home Club’s ‘second string’ so the resultant loss was very disappointing. We  failed to take our chances and came up short on a score line of 1-04 to 11points.

 The team and scorers were, Frank Hogan, Jim O’ Connor, Brinnie O’Driscoll, Gavin Flynn, Donnacha Carr, Liam Forde, Adrian Buckley, Shane Kearney, Michael Kearney, Kieran Wolfe, Barry Johnson (0-02), Stephen Boyce (0-01), Jacob Macak (1-0), Ritchie Cahill (0-01) and Liam O’Leary. Subs Used: Daniel Dooley and Richard Foley.


On Sunday afternoon we had our first home game and our first daylight game in this years JFL campaign against Castlemartyr and got back to winning ways with a scoreline of 0-09points to 0-04. The team and scorers were Frank Hogan, Jacob Macak, Brinnie O’Driscoll, Fergus Collins, Shane Kearney (0-02), Jason Pratt, Adrian Buckley, Liam Forde, Michael Kearney, Jason Mannix, Terry Broderick (0-01), Sean O’Brien (0-03), Steven O’Leary, Alan O’Keefe and Colm O’Keefe(0-03). Subs Used: Damien Buckley.

We have a game to pick up against Dungourney and hopefully this will be slotted in some night next week. Our JAFC first round game will be played within a fortnight or so.


Senior Hurling Challenge v Courcey Rovers

Our  Senior Hurlers continued their preparation for the new season with a 10 point win over Courcey Rovers on Saturday last in Rathcormac.
The Rovers led 2-08 to 0-09 at the interval, this lead was as a result  of two fine goals from Barry Johnson & Colm O’Keeffe as the Courcey Rovers forwards kept our backs busy and scored some good points. The Rovers started the second half well as Barry Johnson notched his second goal from a 21 metre free. Further points from Daniel Dooley, Jerome O’Driscoll & Jason Mannix ensured a Rovers win on a scoreline of 3-13 to 0-12.
Next game for Seniors is on Sunday March 4th when Tipperary side Mullinahone  will be visitors to Rathcormac at 1pm.


Co. Minor Football League.


Our Minor Footballers have their third game in the Co League on this coming Saturday March 3rd with an away game against Ballinora at 4 o clock.




Well the 2012 playing season is underway and the value is as good as ever at the Bride Rovers Club Shop. We have a huge range of Stock just in. Jerseys, togs, Socks, Hoodies, Training Shorts, Track Suits, Training Tops, Gear Bags, Polo Shirts, Bottle Green Wind-Sheeters, Green Half Zip Hoodies, Rain Jackets, Beanie Hats and Medal Boards  are all available. Be seen to support your club with the club colours and club gear. Ring 086 3807784 or 086 1540902 to purchase all the above items.

 Astro-Turf available to Hire

The astro-turf pitch at Bride Rovers is available for hire by contacting James Bermingham on 086 8350741. Pitch is suitable for 5 a side teams and costs €50 per hour with lights.


Membership of the Club for 2012 is now open. The Fee for Adult Players is €100, Students €40, Minors €30, Ordinary Club Membership €50. There is a special reduced Membership Fee of €20 for OAP’s. The Membership fees can be paid to any Club Officer.



  Set Dancing has undergone a huge revival in recent years and it is great to see so many interested in this pastime. Weekly Classes in Set Dancing have commenced each Wednesday night in the Rathcormac Inn and all are welcome.


The next Car Boot Sale for the Parish Development Fund is on next Sunday March 4th. Any Club Members who can help out on Sunday or on Saturday morning are asked to come along to the field and lend a hand.

Co. Senior Hurling Championship Date.

It looks like the date for our first round Co SHC game v Erins Own will be the week end of June 2nd/3rd.


We were involved in the Nuachleas Section of the County Senior Scor Competition in the Eire Og GAA Club Pavilion on last Saturday night. We performed The Combined Works of John B. Keane in ten minutes. On the night it went very well for us but we didn’t get the nod from the judges. The cast was John and Thomas Power, Daniel Lane, Frances O Riordan, John and Orla Arnold, William O Leary and Jonathon Brackett. Well done also to the Scoil Bride Rathcormac NS cast who took part in the Imokilly Final of the Scor na bPaisti in Watergrasshill on Sunday afternoon last.


Well done to the Cork hurlers under Jimmy Barry Murphy on their great NHL win over Waterford at Pairc Ui Rinn on Saturday night last.

The Bride Rovers GAA Club main sponsor is The Rathcormac Inn/Conversation Piece.