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South West championships and league gradings

January 30th, 2015 3:04 PM

By Southern Star Team

Just magic: Captains and representatives of captains of West Cork football teams that were winners of the Little Norah Cup were honoured at the launch of Tom Lyons' book The Quest for the Little Norah at the West Cork Hotel, Skibbereen

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Championship football

Junior A football: Argideen Rangers, Ballinascarthy, Bandon, Bantry Blues, Barryroe, Carbery Rangers, Clann na nGael, Castlehaven, Clonakilty, Diarmuid Ó Mathunas, Gabriel Rangers, Ilen Rovers, Kilmacabea, Muintir Bhaire, O’Donovan Rossa, St Colum’s, St James, St Mary’s, St Oliver Plunkett’s, Tadhg MacCarthaigh.

Junior B football: Bandon, Clann na nGael, Dohenys, Goleen, Kilbrittain, Kilmeen, Newcestown, Randal Óg.

Junior C football: Bantry Blues, Castlehaven, Clonakilty, Diarmuid Ó Mathunas, Kilmacabea, O’Donovan Rossa, St Colum’s, St James, Tadhg MacCarthaigh.

Junior D football: Ballinascarthy, Barryroe, Carbery Rangers, Clonakilty, Dohenys, Ilen Rovers, Kilmeen, Randal Óg, St Mary’s, St Oliver Plunkett’s.

Championship hurling

Junior A hurling: Ballinascarthy, Bandon, Clonakilty, Diamuid Ó Mathunas, Dohenys, Kilbrittain, Kilbree, Newcestown, O’Donovan Rossa, St Colum’s, St James, St Mary’s, St Oliver Plunkett’s.

Junior B hurling: Bantry Blues, Barryroe, Carbery Rangers, Diamuid Ó Mathunas, Gabriel Rangers, Kilbrittain, Randal Óg.

Junior C hurling: Argideen Rangers, Ballinascarthy, Clonakilty, St Colum’s, St Oliver Plunkett’s.

U21 championships

U21 A football: Bandon, Bantry Blues, Carbery Rangers, Castlehaven, Clonakilty, Dohenys, Ilen Rovers, Newcestown.

U21 B football: Ballinascarthy, Clann na nGael, Diarmuid Ó Mathunas, Kilmacabea, Ibane Gaels, Kilmeen, O’Donovan Rossa, Tadhg MacCarthaigh, Urhan.

U21 C football: Gabriel Rangers, Glengarriff, Goleen, Kilbrittain, Muintir Bhaire, Randal Óg, St Colum’s, St James, St Mary’s, St Oliver Plunkett’s.

U21 A hurling: Bandon, Newcestown.

U21 B hurling: Ballinascarthy, Bantry Blues, Clonakilty, Dohenys, Diarmuid Ó Mathunas, Ibane Gaels, Kilbree, Kilbrittain, St Patrick’s.

U21 C hurling: Carbery Rangers Gabriel Rangers, Randal Óg, St James, St Mary’s, St Oliver Plunkett’s.

Junior Football Leagues 2015

Division 1 (10 teams): Bandon, Barryroe, Diarmuid Ó Mathúnas, Gabriel Rangers, Kilmacabea, St Colum’s, St James, St Mary’s, Tadhg MacCarthaigh, Urhan. The bottom two teams will be relegated. Round one is scheduled for February 21/22.

Division 2 (10 teams): Argideen Rangers, Ballinascarthy, Carbery Rangers, Castlehaven, Clann na nGael, Clonakilty, Ilen Rovers, Muintir Bhaire, O’Donovan Rossa, St Oliver Plunkett’s. The top two teams will be promoted to Division 1 and the bottom two teams will be relegated to Division 3. Round one is scheduled for February 21/22.

Division 3 (10 teams): Bantry Blues, Clann na nGael, Dohenys, Garnish, Glengarriff, Goleen, Kilbrittain, Kilmeen, Newcestown, Randal Óg. The top two teams will be promoted to Division 2 and the bottom two teams will be relegated to Division 4. Round one is scheduled for February 21/22.

Division 4 (seven teams): Bandon, Castletownbere, Clonakilty, Kilmacabea, St James, St Mary’s, Tadhg MacCarthaigh. The top team will be promoted to Division 3 and the bottom team will be relegated to Division 5. Round one is scheduled for April 11/12.

Division 5 (six teams): Ballinascarthy, Carbery Rangers, Castlehaven, Diarmuid Ó Mathúnas, O’Donovan Rossa, St Colum’s. The top team will be promoted to Division 4 and the bottom team will be relegated to Division 6. Round one is scheduled for May.

Division 6 (five teams): Dohenys, Ilen Rovers, Randal Óg, Kilmeen, St Oliver Plunkett’s. The top team will be promoted. Round one is scheduled for June.

Junior Hurling Leagues 2015

Junior A hurling: Ballinascarthy, Bandon, Clonakilty, Diarmuid Ó Mathúnas, Dohenys, Kilbree, Kilbrittain, Newcestown, O’Donovan Rossa, St Colum’s, St James, St Mary’s, St Oliver Plunkett’s. Each team is to play eight games. The top four teams qualify for the semi-finals where it will be first v fourth, and second v third. Round one is scheduled for March 21/22.

Junior B hurling: Bantry Blues, Barryroe, Carbery Rangers, Diarmuid Ó Mathúnas, Gabriel Rangers, Kilbrittain, Randal Óg. The top two teams qualify for the final. Round one is scheduled for April 4/5.

Junior C hurling: Argideen Rangers, Ballinascarthy, Clonakilty, St Colum’s, St Oliver Plunkett’s. The top two teams qualify for the final. Round one is scheduled for June.

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