Rebel Óg Academy U14-U16 Squads - Call for Players 2014-03-05 19:13:00

Under the revised Rebel Óg Academy programme for 2014, a four-team regional structure underpins the selection of players for the Rebel Óg U14, U15 and U16 hurling and football squads.  In short, the only route for any player to gain promotion to the Cork A squads is to first line out with his region and then be spotted by the County mentors.

Regional squads are now in place throughout the county, as outlined below. 

Hurling Structures

East CorkImokillySean Crowley
Cork CitySeandunColm Crowley
North CorkAvondhu DuhallowNoel Crowley
West CorkCarrigdhoun Muskerry CarberyKevin O'Donovan

Football Structures

Cork CityImokilly SeandunColm Crowley
North CorkAvondhu DuhallowPat Spratt
Mid West CorkCarrigdhoun MuskerryPaudie O'Brien
South West CorkCarbery BearaJames McCarthy

To see all current County and Regional panels in the Rebel Óg Academy, go to the link and click on 'Panels'.

If there are players in your club or school who are not included in the Cork A or Regional squads, but who you believe to be of the required standard, please fill out the following form as soon as possible and these players will then be called in to the following open regional sessions at U14, U15 & U16 level, by the relevant GDA. 

Players already listed on panels will be notified of sessions directly by the GDA / regional mentors.

Sunday, March 9th Football (mainly)
Sunday, March 16th Hurling
Sunday, March 23rd Football
Sunday, March 30th Hurling


Club games take precedence over all regional activity and regional sessions are to take place on Sunday evenings in order to avoid clashing with club activity on the above dates. If there is any clash, players must give priority to their clubs.

Please also note that Saturday, March 22nd is an official development squad date under the master fixture plan (with no official club games scheduled) and the Cork U15 and U16 squads will be in action on this day.

On Easter Monday, April 21st  and Thursday, April 24th, during the development squad camp, the delayed third round of the inter-regional competitions will take place in hurling and football, respectively. The finals, which were due to take place on these dates under the master fixture plan will not now go ahead, due to the backlog of fixtures at all levels. The top team in each group will therefore be crowned champions.

On May 12th the Cork summer training panels of 48 will be named in both hurling and football at all age levels, and regional activity from U14 to U16 will conclude for the summer as the club season will be in full flow.

Kevin O'Donovan,
Rebel Óg Academy Administrator

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