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GAA – Cork Hurling and Gaelic Football fixtures for 2020


We have a list of Cork GAA fixtures & Results – club and Intercounty for 2020, to see all this weekend GAA fixtures click here  and here for Live score updates

Saturday 5th September

Cork Club Football
Aghada v Na Piarsaigh, 16:00
Cill na Martra v Knocknagree, 16:00
Kanturk v Gabriel Rangers, 16:00
Naomh Aban v St Vincents, 16:00
Nemo Rangers Intm v Macroom, 16:00
Newmarket v Castletownbere, 16:00

Sunday 6th September

Cork Club Football
Ballincollig v Carrigaline, 14:00
Carbery Rangers v Newcestown, 14:00
Nemo Rangers v Douglas, 14:00
St Finbarrs v Clonakilty, 14:00
Valley Rovers v Bishopstown, 14:00
Beal Athan Ghaorthaidh v St Nicks, 16:00
Dohenys v Clyda Rovers, 16:00
Fermoy v Bandon, 16:00
Kiskeam v Eire Og, 16:00
Mallow v Bantry Blues, 16:00
O’Donovan Rossa v St Michaels, 16:00

Premier Senior Hurling Club Championship

The draw for the Cork hurling quarter-finals and semi-final stages of this club championship was made on Monday. It’s Glen Rovers who have their place in the semi-final secure. Six others will battle for the three remaining slots.

The winner of Sarsfields and Erins Own will face Glen Rovers in the semi-final. After a perfect group stage, Sarsfields’ chances here are good.

On the other hand, the other quarter-finals feature Blackrock vs Douglas and Na Piarsaigh vs UCC. The winners of these two games will complete the other semi-final. Like Sarsfields, Blackrock had a perfect group stage. Douglas will be tough opposition however.

Na Piarsaigh are the opponents for regional winners UCC. After defeating 2019 champions Imokilly, UCC will be favourites.


Senior ‘A’ Hurling Club Championship

Good form in the group stage has rewarded Charleville and Fr. O’Neill’s with semi-final places. Kanturk are unlucky to be forced into the quarter-final. Yet, they should be able to beat Bandon. Newcestown and Bride Rovers complete the lineup. The winner of this one will earn a tie against Fr. O’Neill’s.


Intermediate Hurling Championship

Carrigaline and Castlelyons proved to be the teams to beat in the group stage. Perfect records put these teams in the semi-finals. Watergrasshill are unlucky to have been given the extra game. They’ll play Courcey Rovers for a chance to knock-out Castlelyons. Lastly, Ballincollig and Blarney compete in the other quarter-final.


Intermediate ‘A’ Hurling Club Championship

Quarter-Finals: Sarsfields vs Cloughduv / Aghabullogue vs Mayfield

Semi-Finals: A Éire Óg vs Sarsfields/Cloughduv | Kildorrery vs Aghabullogue/Mayfield

Lower Intermediate Hurling Club Championship

Quarter-Finals: Traction vs Kilbrittain / Russell Rovers vs Milford

Semi-Finals: A Castlemartyr vs Traction/Kilbrittain | B St Catherine’s vs Russell Rovers/Milford

The next round of hurling games is scheduled for the weekend of the 11th-13th of September

Premier Senior Football Club Championship

Next Sunday will see the last of the group games played in the Premier Senior Football Club Championship.

Holders Nemo Rangers play Douglas for a top of the table spot. Defeat here for the holders could allow Valley Rovers to progress if they beat Bishopstown well. But don’t bet on it.

In group 2, Castlhaven should be safely through. They play bottom of the table Ilen Rovers. As a result, Carbery Rangers and Newcestown have a winner-takes-all game.

Elsewhere, St Finbarrs are in control of group 1. They play Clonakilty who need a win to progress. Failure to do so means Carrigaline could squeeze through if they beat Ballincollig. They need a big swing in points difference in their favour though.

Paddy Power aren’t predicting any upset in this club championship with Nemo Rangers at a steady 6/4. St Finbarrs and Castlehaven are the closest contenders at 4/1.

Duhallow were the regional winners thanks to an extra win over UCC.



Senior ‘A’ Football Club Championship

Sunday also sees the conclusion of the group stages in the ‘A’ championship.

Firstly, O’Donovan Rossa and St Michael’s are both already through from group A. This makes their game a battle for the top of the table.

Secondly, in group B, Mallow have to beat Bantry Blues and hope Kiskeam beat Éire Óg.

Lastly, group C is the most open. Despite being last, Doheny’s could beat Clyda Rovers to go through. This is dependent on the Fermoy and Bandon result though. They play for the top of the table spot.




Saturday 17/Sunday 18 October

Allianz FL Division 3 round 6
Cork v Louth, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, TBC

Saturday 24/Sunday 25 October

Allianz FL Division 3 round 7
Longford v Cork, Glennon Bros Pearse Park, TBC

Saturday 31 October/Sunday 1 November

Munster SHC semi-finals
Cork v Waterford, TBC, TBC
Tipperary v Limerick or Clare, TBC, TBC

Saturday 7/Sunday 8 November

Munster SFC semi-finals
Cork v Kerry, TBC, TBC

Saturday 14/Sunday 15 November

Munster SHC final
Cork or Waterford v Tipperary or Limerick or Clare, TBC, TBC



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