“I feel so happy and proud to see our grand old club reach a senior county final for first time in 74 years. Congratulations and best of luck to our players, mentors and all concerned with this great occasion. Score the Carrigs” – Willie John Daly.
Carrigtwohill have qualified for 7 county finals, 1889, 1898, 1918, 1932, 1933, 1935 and 1937. Below are extracts from “A HISTORY OF GAELIC GAMES IN CARIGTWOHILL” which can be viewed on the website. 1889 This was our first County Senior Final. The Examiner account of the match is brief but it reported that the ﬁnal […]
When Carrig line up for the final of the 2011 Cork County Senior Hurling Championship, they will be contesting their eighth senior decider, spanning three centuries and virtually the entire life-span of the GAA in Cork. An unbroken tradition of involvement in the club’s affairs runs in many families from day one to the present […]
Saturday June 4th Pairc Ui Rinn Carrigtwohill 1-13 Ballinhassig 0-14 Carrigtwohill’s campaign started with an extraordinary match against Ballinhassig. Carrig played scintillating hurling in the first half and with the aid of a breeze built up a 1-13 to 0-5 lead at half time. Robbie White poached the goal after a Niall McCarthy shot was […]
Article from Sunday Times on 9th October 2011 To begin, a disclaimer: none of this represents a detached view. In this case, to these eyes, such a vantage point is not available. Not now. Not yet. Maybe never. Last Sunday our club, Carrigtwohill, won the Cork senior hurling championship for the first time in 93 […]
Blue is the Jersey Written by Kenneth Landers (to the air of Red is the Rose) Blue is the Jersey by Hell For Leather has been released on CD and is available in Centra, the local bars and directly from Kenneth Landers. The song was originally composed by Kenneth in 1998 when he was part […]