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Old 25-01-2014, 11:08 AM
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Any chance Dalton will play further out the pitch.
Not in the short term
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Old 25-01-2014, 02:22 PM
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Also, is it just my imagination or did they take down the development squad listings for both codes from the Cork GAA website?
The Cork Squads (the main squad) are on the website but the regional squads are not. Makes it seem like little effort goes into those squads. It also says they are playing inter squad games up in the old Mon field today.
Also Diarmuid O Sullivan U16 Hurling, Ger Cunningham U15 Hurling and Derek Kavanagh U15 Football have been officially confirmed as managers of the respective Development Squads
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Old 25-01-2014, 02:59 PM
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The Cork Squads (the main squad) are on the website but the regional squads are not. Makes it seem like little effort goes into those squads. It also says they are playing inter squad games up in the old Mon field today.
Also Diarmuid O Sullivan U16 Hurling, Ger Cunningham U15 Hurling and Derek Kavanagh U15 Football have been officially confirmed as managers of the respective Development Squads
Great to see guys like this taking over young sides...

Future is definitely bright with these coaches coming though in place of Ger Fitzgerald and Pat Kenneally
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Old 25-01-2014, 03:08 PM
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Great to see guys like this taking over young sides...

Future is definitely bright with these coaches coming though in place of Ger Fitzgerald and Pat Hartnett
I presume you mean Pat Kenneally Bluey. I wouldn't go down the road of dissing anyone who trains teams but your right it's great to see the likes of Sully passing on his knowledge to the young lads
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Old 25-01-2014, 05:52 PM
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Rebel Og Academy 2014 Appointments 25/01/2014

The Rebel Og Academy which oversees programmes for Cork GAA Development squads and regional panels from U13 to U17, incorporating an extensive development programme for all youth players in Cork is pleased to announce the following appointments.

Three-time All Ireland winner Diarmuid O’Sullivan ofCloyne has been ratified as the Cork U16 hurling manager for 2014. Having served Cork with distinction from his debut in 1997 to his final appearance with Cork in 2008, his experience at all levels will be of huge benefit to the young players under his care. Former Cork Senior and current Midleton CBS coach Ronan Dwane of Aghada will also be involved.

Meanwhile, former Cork football captain Derek Kavanagh, a key member of Conor Counihan’s All Ireland football winning side in 2010 has been appointed as manager of the Cork U15 footballers for 2014. A winner of eight county titles with the famed NemoRangers, he is expected to bring a wealth of knowledge to the programme.

Also, former Cork hurling legend Ger Cunningham of St.Finbarr’s, has come on board as U15 hurling manager for the coming season. A three-time All Ireland and four-time All Star winner, he comes with extensive inter-county sideline experience also and will oversee a group of emerging coaches, who will take charge of the Tony Forrestal winners from 2013. These include Noel Furlong of Carrigtwohill and Declan Fitzgerald ofButtevant, who are also currently coaching the UCC and UL Fresher hurling teams, respectively.

There are a number of appointments yet to finalised. These are Under 16 football and at Under 14 level. The full list of squad mentors will be announced at the official launch of the year’s programme at the MardykeArena on February 5th next.

Meanwhile, all U14 players are still playing on regional squads and the final county squads at this age level will not commence until next May.

Finally, appointments are also being made at U17 in both football and hurling, with both squads now operating under the respective Minor inter-county team managements.

The Chairman of the Coiste na nÓg Marc Sheehan announced the appointments at the Cork Coiste na nÓg’s Rebel Óg Awards Banquet at the Rochestown Park Hotel.

“These important appointment are the next step in the development of our Coiste na nÓg plan. The re-organisation of underage structures over the past five years has made it possible for us to incorporate the work of our development squads into our Master Plan. This has ensured our Development Squad mentors can do their work with the minimal disruption to the club games programme.

"It is absolutely fantastic that former players of such high status and experience have agreed to become involved in our county Development Squads. I want toacknowledge their help and to thank the outgoing Committee under the chairmanship of Brian Cuthbert and Kevin O’Donovan, who has done Trojan work in coordinating the Developments Squads. I would also like to thank all the mentors who have given freely of their time to our development squadprogramme over the last number years.”

"Obviously there we be a lot of attention given to the performance of the graduated of this system over the coming years. I think it would be important that people would keep in mind that we are not looking for instant success. It is not a project for the elite player only and the proof of that is that the motto of the new squad system is ‘Club Comes First’. The system is designed to give every boy, who has the interest and ability to play for Cork, the opportunity to get into the programme, and I am sure that, in time, the squad system will be as big a benefit to the clubs as much as it will be to the county teams."
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Old 25-01-2014, 08:00 PM
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The Cork Squads (the main squad) are on the website but the regional squads are not. Makes it seem like little effort goes into those squads. It also says they are playing inter squad games up in the old Mon field today.
Also Diarmuid O Sullivan U16 Hurling, Ger Cunningham U15 Hurling and Derek Kavanagh U15 Football have been officially confirmed as managers of the respective Development Squads
Fantastic news and a step in the right direction.
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Old 25-01-2014, 08:05 PM
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Rebel Og Academy 2014 Appointments 25/01/2014

The Rebel Og Academy which oversees programmes for Cork GAA Development squads and regional panels from U13 to U17, incorporating an extensive development programme for all youth players in Cork is pleased to announce the following appointments.

Three-time All Ireland winner Diarmuid O’Sullivan ofCloyne has been ratified as the Cork U16 hurling manager for 2014. Having served Cork with distinction from his debut in 1997 to his final appearance with Cork in 2008, his experience at all levels will be of huge benefit to the young players under his care. Former Cork Senior and current Midleton CBS coach Ronan Dwane of Aghada will also be involved.

Meanwhile, former Cork football captain Derek Kavanagh, a key member of Conor Counihan’s All Ireland football winning side in 2010 has been appointed as manager of the Cork U15 footballers for 2014. A winner of eight county titles with the famed NemoRangers, he is expected to bring a wealth of knowledge to the programme.

Also, former Cork hurling legend Ger Cunningham of St.Finbarr’s, has come on board as U15 hurling manager for the coming season. A three-time All Ireland and four-time All Star winner, he comes with extensive inter-county sideline experience also and will oversee a group of emerging coaches, who will take charge of the Tony Forrestal winners from 2013. These include Noel Furlong of Carrigtwohill and Declan Fitzgerald ofButtevant, who are also currently coaching the UCC and UL Fresher hurling teams, respectively.

There are a number of appointments yet to finalised. These are Under 16 football and at Under 14 level. The full list of squad mentors will be announced at the official launch of the year’s programme at the MardykeArena on February 5th next.

Meanwhile, all U14 players are still playing on regional squads and the final county squads at this age level will not commence until next May.

Finally, appointments are also being made at U17 in both football and hurling, with both squads now operating under the respective Minor inter-county team managements.

The Chairman of the Coiste na nÓg Marc Sheehan announced the appointments at the Cork Coiste na nÓg’s Rebel Óg Awards Banquet at the Rochestown Park Hotel.

“These important appointment are the next step in the development of our Coiste na nÓg plan. The re-organisation of underage structures over the past five years has made it possible for us to incorporate the work of our development squads into our Master Plan. This has ensured our Development Squad mentors can do their work with the minimal disruption to the club games programme.

"It is absolutely fantastic that former players of such high status and experience have agreed to become involved in our county Development Squads. I want toacknowledge their help and to thank the outgoing Committee under the chairmanship of Brian Cuthbert and Kevin O’Donovan, who has done Trojan work in coordinating the Developments Squads. I would also like to thank all the mentors who have given freely of their time to our development squadprogramme over the last number years.”

"Obviously there we be a lot of attention given to the performance of the graduated of this system over the coming years. I think it would be important that people would keep in mind that we are not looking for instant success. It is not a project for the elite player only and the proof of that is that the motto of the new squad system is ‘Club Comes First’. The system is designed to give every boy, who has the interest and ability to play for Cork, the opportunity to get into the programme, and I am sure that, in time, the squad system will be as big a benefit to the clubs as much as it will be to the county teams."
The bit in bold is a massive step in the right direction.
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Old 04-02-2014, 03:07 PM
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Cork minors playing Blarney intermediates in Balincollig at 8 o clock tonight
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Old 04-02-2014, 03:24 PM
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Cork minors playing Blarney intermediates in Balincollig at 8 o clock tonight
Heard panel was cut during week to 30 comprising 6 or 7 17s so obviously a strong group with so many on the age

minor selectors have been in Attendance at a lot of the games of late so hopefully they've our best 30
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Old 04-02-2014, 05:28 PM
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Cork minors playing Blarney intermediates in Balincollig at 8 o clock tonight
not if the weather keeps this up
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