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Check out Mid Cork GAA championship draws for 2023

February 21st, 2023 12:00 PM

By Southern Star Team

The victorious Kilmurry team that was crowned 2022 Ross Oil Muskerry junior football champions. New champs will be crowned in 2023 as Kilmurry will compete in the county premier junior football championship.

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THE draws for the 2023 Mid Cork GAA championships were made on Monday night at Coachford.

The junior A hurling and football championships are being played in groups at the early stage before advancing to knock-out.

Mid Cork JAFC – Group 1: A) Inniscarra, B) Grenagh, C) Blarney, D) Donoughmore; Group 2: A) Canovee, B)Ballincollig, C) Kilmichael, D) Dripsey; Group 3: A) Aghinagh, B) Éire Óg, C) Clondrohid, D) Béal Átha’n Ghaorthaidh. (Sequence of games: R1: A v B, C v D; R2: A v D, B v C; R3, A v C, B v D)

Mid Cork JBFC Round 1  – Kilmurry v Canovee, Ballinora v Aghabullogue, Donoughmore v Inniscarra, Naomh Abán v Iveleary, Macroom v Ballincollig, Cill na Martra v Éire Óg, Gleann na Laoi v Aghinagh. First round winners to quarter-finals, losers progress to a Plate competition.

Mid Cork JCFC Round 1 – Inniscarra v Dripsey, Kilmichael v Grenagh, Naomh Abán v Ballincollig, Béal Átha’n Ghaorthaidh v Blarney, Clondrohid – a bye.

Mid Cork JAHC – Group 1: Ballinora, Inniscarra, Kilmichael, Ballincollig; Group 2: Dripsey, Blarney, Cloughduv; Group 3: Grenagh, Éire Óg, Donoughmore.

Mid Cork JBHC Round 1 – Inniscarra v Grenagh, Iveleary v Laochra Óg, Ballinora v Gleann na Laoi, Blarney v Aghabullogue, Donoughmore v Ballincollig, Eire Óg – a bye. The first round losers will contest a Plate competition.

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