U21 HURLERS BOW OUT......
Following a Titanic struggle with Neighbours Ballyhea our U21 Hurlers bowed out of this years Championship on a final scoreline of Ballyhea 3-15 Charleville 3-13.....Team Jamie Moloney,Alan Mccarthy,Alan Dennehy,Simon Gleeson,Barry Mccarthy,Jake O Sullivan,Shane Butler,James Casey,John Walsh,Jack Buckley,Andrew Cagney,Mark Kavanagh,Brendan Casey,James O Brien,Gavin Kelleher.
Scorers; J O Brien 1-4,M.Kavanagh 0-5,A.Cagney 1-1,B.Casey 1-0,J.Casey 0-2,G.Kelleher 0-1.
The new Chill Insurance Cork jersey is now available for purchase at Páirc Uí Rinn at special discounted prices as follows:
Ages 1-2 and 3-4: €25
Jerseys on sale from 9.30am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 4pm Monday to Friday.
For enquiries, call 021-4291604 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Saturday next 6th April the Mayo Senior Football Team will train in the Charleville Gaa Grounds @ 2 p.m.They will have a training session in advance of their Allianz National Football League Fixture against Cork in Cork on Saturday Evening.
Wednesday, April 10th
7.30pm @ Semple Stadium, Thurles
Referee - Padraig O'Sullivan (Kerry)
Standby Referee - Richard Moloney (Limerick)
Replay date - Wednesday April 17th at 7:30pm in Pairc Ui Rinn
Next Round - the winners play the Ulster champions in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Saturday April 20th.
Admission Prices -
For more information, see www.gaacork.ie
Under 10 Training
Hurling and Football training for under 9's and 10's will begin on Thursday 4th of April at the new sports hall at 6.30 pm sharp to 7.30pm. All are welcome and it doesnt matter if you havent played before, Can each child please bring 1 euro.
The Nursery Section of the club is now up and running. This programme is open to all boys aged 5 to 8, i.e. anyone born in 2005, 2006, 2007 or 2008. Here the boys will learn the skills of Hurling and Football and most importantly will have great Fun. So every Tuesday be sure to come along regardless of weather for one hour starting at 6.30 pm in the cosy atmosphere of the new Sports Hall at Baker's Rd. All are welcome.
We would like to thank everyone who came to our social last Saturday night and a great night was had by all. Medal presentations were made and some honorary members were also were given well deserved presentations.Congratulations to everyone and we look forward to another successsful year. Some fantastic singers were also on show and Kevin Owens reckons he is going to enter The Voice of Ireland next year!!
Honorary Members presented on the Night Were Jim O Callaghan,Maire O Callaghan,Matt O Callaghan, Donie Forde,John O Donnell,Teddy Tuohy,Emma Pettit,Martin Condon,John Hawe,Jackie Hanly,Eileen Hanly.All were given the accolade for outstanding service to the Club.
Claude Gough was Crowned winner of the Charleville Lord Mayor Fundraising contest on Sat Night with Tina Coughlan and Kevin Quealy runners up.
The club are extremely grateful for all Money raised during the Contest and sincerely thank all three contestants.
Chill Insurance, the fastest growing independent Irish insurance company, proudly announced today the signing of a three year sponsorship deal for all Cork inter-county teams from Minor to Senior.
The announcement was made this morning (Tuesday 5th March 2013) in Cork by Bob Ryan, Cork County Board Chairman, and Fergal Lynch, Head of Marketing and Retail for Chill Insurance.
The Irish insurance broker has trebled in size over the past two years, and employs over 150 people, with plans to create a significant number of additional jobs in the coming year.
"We are delighted to have forged this agreement to sponsor Cork's football and hurling greats. As a growing Irish company, we look for family and community sponsorships to link with our customers and build our brand. With legions of Cork GAA supporters and such high-performing teams, the Chill Insurance brand will be very much at home in the rebel county" Fergal Lynch said.
Cork's County Board had talks with a number of potential sponsors before agreeing the Chill Insurance deal, the County Chairman said.
"The association with Cork GAA is a high profile sporting opportunity, and we have an obligation to find partners that share our ethos and are committed to our teams, clubs and supporters. Chill Insurance is a strong Irish business, with the same determination to succeed as our players, so it is a good day for Cork GAA all round" Bob Ryan said.
Chill Insurance, founded in 2007, offers an unrivalled service in providing best value and choice for motor, home, life cover, and health insurance, as well as commercial cover for business. The independent company deals with all of the major insurers, and allows customers to contact them in a way or at a time that suits; via the website www.chill.ie, on the phone at 1890 30 20 20 or in person. Each medium still gives customers access to 14 different insurers in minutes to get the right policy at an affordable price.
The Cork GAA deal is the company's first major foray into sporting sponsorship at this level, although the brand has a number of media links including TV3's weather sponsorship, and the recent sponsorship of RTÉ's Christmas movie schedule, as well as local community sponsorships.
The new relationship between Chill Insurance and the Cork County Board, will see the county's senior football and hurling teams take to the field this weekend bearing the new Chill Insurance logo.