Club Notes For The Week

November 8, 2018

Seniors Lose to Rockies

On Sunday at noon we hosted Blackrock in the Conroy Cup County Senior Hurling League. While we lost our opening championship tie to Killeagh, the Rockies had a narrow win over Carrigtwohill and are safely through to the third round of the county. The game was a fairly even contest in the opening period but the city side got on top in the second half to win by a margin of 4 points on a scoreline of 0-15 to 1-8.



Junior Hurling League Division 3

On Tuesday night last we had Castlelyons as visitors in the East Cork Junior Hurling League Division 3. After a high scoring game Castlelyons won by 4-10 to 1-14.

Team & scorers –  1.Donal Arnold, 2. Mark O’Connell, 3. Alan Broderick, 4. Sean O’Brien, 5. Kieran Manley, 6. Jim O’Connor, 7. Brian Lahive, 8. Gavin O’Flynn, 9. Podge O’Brien, 10. John O’Dowd, 11. Tomas Kearney, 12. Stephen Pratt(0-2), 13. Jason Pratt(0-6(0-5 frees)), 14. Kevin O’Keeffe(0-1), 15 Niall Hogan(0-1) 

Subs: Daniel Lane(1-3(0-1 free)), Philip Butler, Mossie Dooley, Billy Lynch(0-1), Willie O’Leary


G.A.A. 125

As we celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the GAA’s foundation this weekend, we remember in a special way Fr. Edmond Barry. Fr. Barry was a native of Carrigtwohill and came to this parish in 1885. In 1887 he was instrumental in starting hurling and football clubs in Bartlemy and Rathcormac respectively. Though “Fr. Barry’s Teams” only participated for about five years, they were very successful at senior level. Rathcormac Footballers won the O’Brien Board Co. Senior Football Championship in 1889 and then Bartlemy Hurlers lost the Senior Hurling Championship final to St Finbarrs. Fr. Barry laid a great foundation for Gaelic Games in the parish. The 109th Anniversary of Fr. Barry’s death is on this Friday May 22nd. He is buried to the left of the main altar in Bartlemy Church.


Club Executive Meeting

The next Club Executive meeting is on Monday night next May 25th at 9pm. in the Clubrooms.


Lá na gClub

Reflecting on a very successful Lá na gClub on Sunday May 10th, there was a great demand for the Club History “Bride Rovers Abú”, copies of this book are still available by phoning (025) 36715. At present we are compiling a list of videos and DVD’s of Bride Rovers games down the years. The completed list will be on the club website Copies of these can be purchased later in the year.


Cork v Tipperary

The Cork v Tipperary game in on Sunday week and any members seeking tickets should contact Club Runaí Nicola Barry.


Church Gate Collection

On the weekend of June 6th/7th a Church Gate Collection for Fr. Seanie Barry’s African Mission will be held in Bartlemy and Rathcormac.