Bandon GAA Notes 30-05-2018 - 2018-05-30

Premier Intermediate Footall

On last Friday evening our Premier Intermediate Footballers team were victorious over Rockchapel in a Division 3 Football League game at a very sunny Bandon on a score of 2-16 to 2-11.

This was a very good game and a very good team performance but was particularly memorable for the performances of the debutant Eoin Nolan at top of the Right. His play, movement, passing and attitude were something to behold. The duel of James O'Donovan and Rockchapel's Jason Hickey was also memorable.

Whereas the scoreline might seem to suggest a comfortable win, the last 10 minutes were anything but after two players (Allan Johnson and Jason Hickey) been dismissed on two yellows and Cian O'Mahony had received a black card.

The lads are away to Nemo Rangers at Trabeg on this Thursday evening at 7.30pm..

Team, Pat Prendargast, David Crowley, James O'Donovan, Cian O'Mahony, Eoghan O'Donovan 0-4, Jason Hickey, Donough Lucey, Peter Murphy, James Walsh, Timmy McCarthy 0-1, Alan Johnson 0-1, Philip Crowley 0-2, Marc Sugrue 0-2f's, Barry Collins 1-4, Eoin Nolan 0-2. Subs Aidan O'Mahony for Cian O'Mahony, David Ahern for Philip Crowley, Mark O'Regan for James Walsh and Rob Long for Donough Lucey.

Junior B Football

The Bandon Junior B Football team play a League game awat to St. James's at Ardfield on Friday night at 8pm.

Senior Hurling

Our Senior Hurlers were heavily defeated away to St Finbarrs on Tuesday 22nd May 3-18 to 0-13.


The Minor Non Exam Football Team play Clonakilty away next Tuesday 05/06 at 7.30pm in the semi final of the competition. The team has also qualified for the Hurling Semi Final on Friday 8th June at tbc.

On last Saturday in the Premier 2 Hurling League 0-10 to 0-4.


The under 14A Hurlers defeated Owen Gaels away at Ballinascarthy last Friday evening on a score of 3-5 to 6-18.


The under 13 Premier 2 Football team played out a fantastic away league defeat of Buttevant 3-10 to 4-9 last Monday evening and were very appreciative of the catering served up to them before their long journey home.


The under 12s continued their busy schedule with an away Group 1 Football League victory over Ahan Gaels on Monday night 0-7 to 4-12, a home Football Group 2 league defeat at hands of Kilmichael last evening 29th May 1-5 to 2-14 and an away defeat at Ballinora. (Full Reports to follow of these games).

 Stephen Murphy PRO