The draw for the 2019 Cork Senior Hurling Championship was made on Tuesday and saw Carrig paired up with St. Finbarrs in round 1. It was the only stage of the championship drawn.
Our AGM takes place this coming Friday, 11th January at 7.30pm in the Community Hall.
Happy New Year and best wishes for 2019 to all the members, officers, committee members, supporters, patrons and sponsors of Carrigtwohill GAA Club, both adult and juvenile. We are in the final stages of compiling and editing the content for our 2018 Yearbook, which is a collaborative effort between the adult and juvenile clubs. The […]
Thank you to everyone who took part in our annual Poc Fada on Thursday, December 27th. Over 24 teams participated with the Adult Club and helped to raise significant funds for Carrigtwohill senior citizens. The winning team was Shane Devlin, Chris Keegan and Conor Keegan with a score of 61. Sincere thanks also to Jim […]
A great time was had at the Juvenile Club Long Puck on Thursday 27th December, which started at 9.30am at the train station car park. The cost of €3 per person was raised and donated to local charities. There was a great turn out despite the drizzle which thankfully cleared up once we got under […]
What better way to work off the Christmas indulgences than to come along to the annual long puck. Please note that as the Long Puck takes place on the road, only those players from U7 (Alan Moore’s panel) upwards and the Camogie Club can partake for safety reasons. The €3 cost will be donated to […]
Contrary to popular belief, the appearance of TV camera crews in Carrigtwohill during recent weeks was not to unearth the recent Lotto millionaire but it was in fact to search out the Grinch, who has been spotted in East Cork in the run-up to Christmas. Looking forward to seeing coaches, mentors, officers, wives/husbands & partners, […]
Our AGM will now take place on Frday, December 14th at 8pm in Carrigtwohill Community Hall. The AGM, origibslly scheduled for Thursday, was moved as mark of respect for the passing of Kathleen Riordan this week. Everyone is welcome. Please come along and have a say in the running of your club.
Please make an extra big effort to travel to Youghal this coming Saturday as the U16 hurlers seek to emulate the achievement of the U14 team a fortnight ago and bring some more silverware back to West End. Carraig Abú!
Fé 14 Central Premier 2 Hurling League Final Carrigtwohill v Glen Rovers in Carrigtwohill, Saturday 10th November 2018 Carrigtwohill 3-09 Glen Rovers 2-08 Carrigtwohill edged an exciting game of hurling to lift the silverware in this final against familiar opponents. It was one win apiece heading into this game; Carrig having taken the spoils in […]