Major Events

Major Events

1885

Rathcormac Football Club and Bartlemy Hurling Club founded. Fr. Edmond Barry elected President.

1889

Rathcormac won Cork Co. Senior Football Championship -O Brien Board.



1915

 Laois won their first ever All Ireland Senior Hurling title this year and were trained by Bartlemy native Pat Lee. Pat was born in Bartlemy Village


1928                                                                                                                                                                

Bride Rovers club formed at a meeting in Bartlemy Bandroom.

Officers elected:                                                                                                                  

Chairman: Dan Barry N.T.                                                                                                                                                    

Vice-Chairman: Pat Foley

Secretary: Tom Barry N.T.

Treasurer: Jim Roche

Junior Hurling Capt: Jack Leahy

Minor Hurling Capt: Matt Walsh.

 1930-1932

East Cork Junior A Grade Hurling Championship winners

 1932

East Cork and County Minor Hurling Championship winners 1933

County Intermediate Hurling Championship finalists

1933

4 Bride Rovers players on Cork Minor team. Tom Heskin Captain, Mossy Collins, Jack Barry (Bride st) & Jimmy O Brien. Cork Qualified for the Munster Final, beaten by Tipp

 1938

Regraded to Junior grade

 1946

Con Murphy won All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal with Cork

 1946

Tom Barry elected East Cork Board chairman

1950

Club withdrew from league and championship

1951-1954

Bartlemy G.A.A. club affiliated

1955-1960

St.Bartholomews G.A.A. club affiliated.

1957

East Cork under 16 Hurling Championship won.

 1962 -1964

No club affiliated.

 1964

Club reformed on Dec. 7th at meeting in Bartlemy Hall.

1965 

Just back in playing action after an absence of three years our Junior B Hurling team reached the East Cork Semi final only to lose to Castlelyons in Riverstown by 5  6 to  3  9. 

Seanie Barry won Intermediate All-Ireland Hurling medal.

1966

1966 East Cork Junior B grade hurling championship won.


Seanie Barry won Senior and u-21 All-Ireland medals with Cork.


1968/1969

East Cork Junior Hurling Championships won.



1970

Seanie Barry won All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal.

1972/1973

Defeated in successive East Cork Junior Hurling Finals.

1974

Gus and Fachtna O'Driscoll who were clerical students in Maynooth  won Fitzgibbon Cup medals in 1973 and 1974 but were foiled in their attempts to win three in a row by UCC, who defeated them in the final.

1975

Club's second team won East Cork Junior B Hurling c'ship.

1977

Seven acres bought for club pitch.

1978

First Festival held.

1979


St Bartholomews won East Cork Minor Hurling Championship



1981



First East Cork Junior B Football Championship won.




1981/1982

 

Successive East Cork Junior Hurling Leagues won.



1984

Dressing rooms built.

1985

Pairc na Bríde officially opened by Con Murphy County Board Chairman

 


1988

O Flynn Cup - junior hurling,won.

1990

Munster finalists in Question Time, Scor na n-Óg.

1991

East Cork and County Minor Hurling Leagues won.

1992

East Cork Junior B Hurling and Football double won.

1993


East Cork B Hurling and Football double won.



1994

Club's second team won East Cork Junior B grade H.C.

1997

Reached East Cork Junior H. Final,first time since 1973.

Gerard Lane elected East Cork Board Chairman.

Niall Fitzgerald & Jerome O Driscoll win All Irl Colleges medal with St Colmans

 1998


East Cork and County Junior A Hurling Championships won.

 1999


Intermediate Hurling,first time since 1937.
"Bride Rovers Abú",club history published.

2000

All Ireland Junior Hurling 7 a side competition won.

East Cork and County u-12 Hurling Championships won

Runners up Munster Final Scor na n-Óg Novelty Act.

2002

Clubroom built and officially opened.

Junior Football League, Minor Football League and u-21 Football Championship won. County title in Scor Recitation.


2003

Brian Murphy wins Munster S.H and I.H medals 

East Cork J.H.L Division 3 title won. Intermediate Hurling League and Championship won. Munster Intermediate Hurling Championship won.



2004/2005 

Brian Murphy won Senior All Ireland medals with Cork



 2004

Brendan Walsh captained Cork to Munster and All Ireland Intermediate Hurling titles, Barry Johnson also on Cork panel.

East Cork JAFC Winners


2007

East Cork Junior A Football Champions again


2008 

Reached Cork Co Senior Hurling Final V Sarsfields

2011

New Astro Turf & Hurling Wall Opened , Gerard Lane elected Vice Chairman Cork Co Board. 

2013

U13 A County Hurling Champions and Minor C 12 a side Co Champions

2014

Brian Murphy announces his retirement from Inter County Hurling on March 12th.

James Bermingham becomes the first from club to referee a County Senior Final

Grace Kearney wins All Irl Senior Ladies Football,Eleanor Ahern & Jen Barry are panelists

Gerard Lane elected Chairman of Cork County Board on Dec 14th

Club celebrated its 50 years re formation with a mass and celebration in Bartlemy Hall on Dec 7th

2015

Bride Rovers win the 1st Round SHC v Bishopstown for the first time since 2007

Brian Murphy comes out of retirement to play v Waterford on Sunday June 7th

U15 premier 2 Hurling Champions & U16B Hurling Champions Ladies Senior B F Champions

James Bermingham referees his second Co Senior Football Final Nemo Rangers V Castlehaven Oct 25th

Club new Astro Turf facility officially opened Oct 30th

2016

1916 Commemoration at Pairc na Bríde on Easter Sunday March 27th.

Nov 19th: Eoin &;Brian Roche captain St Colman's to victory in the Dean Ryan Cup Final defeating Thurles CBS at the Gaelic Grounds

2017  :

 

Eoin & Brian Roche win Munster U17 Championship with Cork and are also selected on the Cork Minor H Team at number 4 and number 12.July 9th Cork win Munster Minor Hurling Championship defeating Clare in Thurles Aug 6th Brain & Eoin captain Cork to win the All Irl U17 title defeating Dublin 1-19 to 1-17

Sarah Murphy & Grace Culloty win All Irl Minor Ladies Football medals.


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