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Cork Representatives

 Midleton G.A.A. Club

 

Players from Midleton GAA club who represented the club on County and Munster teams (Championship, League, Oireachtas, Munster Senior League, Inter County Beamish Shield, Railway Cups).

 

Players who won representative honours at Colleges, Local and National level.  

 

Also Club members who acted as selectors/coaches/trainers on these teams.

 

Senior Hurling

  1. P. Wade 1898
  2. John/Jack Egan 1906
  3. J. Walsh 1909
  4. Willie Williams 1910, 1914 Croke Cup & 1915 (Also played with Dungourney in 1910)
  5. Richard (Dick) O’ Gorman 1913, 1915, 1918, 1919 All Ireland senior winner 1919 v Dublin. 1920 Cork Captain, beaten by Dublin in the All Ireland final (played on 14th May 1922), 1923,1925. Passed away on 18th February 1963  
  6. Pats Cahill 1913, 1914 Croke Cup/15/16
  7. Gerald O Shea 1914 Captain of Midleton/Cork selection that won the Croke Cup in 1914, 1915
  8. Bertie Walsh 1914 Croke Cup,1915
  9. Jimmy Ramsell 1914 Croke Cup, 1915 (Beaten by Laois in the All Ireland Final),1916
  10. Jim O’Connell 1914 Croke Cup,1915
  11. Pat O’Leary 1914 Croke Cup, 1915
  12. Dan Twomey 1914 Croke Cup,1915  
  13. William ‘Bockum’ O’Donovan 1914 Croke Cup, 1915
  14. Jack Grandon 1914 Croke Cup, 1915
  15. Tom Deasy 1917
  16. Terry Mc Carthy 1932/33 (Midleton and UCD)
  17. Tommy Murphy 1933,
  18. Mossy Cotter 1934, 1935
  19. Christy Duggan 1934,1935
  20. Jas. Healy 1935, 1936
  21. Martin Mc Sweeney 1938
  22. Ted O Sullivan 1938,1939, 1941All Ireland winner 1941 (and 1943 after he transferred to St. Finbarrs).
  23. Willie Campbell 1938, 1939, 1941 All Ireland winner 1941. Passed away 17th March 1978
  24. Bobby Dineen 1939
  25. William Tabb 1939
  26. Maurice Prenderville (Originally from Castlemartyr. Played with Midleton/ St. Endas and Cork minors in 1936. Later played senior hurling with Dublin).
  27. Eamon Cleary 1945
  28. James Healy
  29. Denis Kearney 1949
  30. Gerald Murphy debut 1949 All Ireland medal winner 1952/53/54. Passed away 14th July 1978.
  31. Gerard Power (Snr) 1951
  32. Canon Colman O’ Donovan All Ireland Senior medal winner 1952
  33. Seamus Hearne1954  (Won All Ireland senior medals with Wexford in 1955 & 1956)
  34. Tommy Murphy
  35. Paddy Fitzgerald 1958
  36. Vincent Flanagan
  37. Seán Power
  38. John Kennedy 1960 (played with Wexford in 1960 won an All Ireland medal)
  39. Seamus O Farrell
  40. Declan ‘Deckie’ Barry 1980
  41. John Fenton 1975 -1987
  42. Kevin Hennessy
  43. Denis Mulcahy Capt 1988 Won NHL medal in 1981 when Cork defeated Offaly in the final. Cork 3.11 Offaly 2.8  
  44. Pat Hartnett
  45. John Hartnett
  46. Ger Fitzgerald Capt. 1992
  47. Gerard Power (Jnr)
  48. David Boylan 1983
  49. Michael Boylan
  50. Seán O’Brien
  51. Tadhg Mc Carthy 1980 won NHL league medal. Cork beat Limerick in a replay 4.15 to 4.6
  52. David Crotty (played with London)
  53. Colm O’Neill
  54. Ger Manley
  55. Michael O’Connell
  56. David Quirke
  57. Peter Smith
  58. Eamon Murphy 1995
  59. Padraig O’Brien
  60. David Hogan (Roscommon)
  61. Michael Carlton (Kerry)
  62. Harry Quirke (Kildare)
  63. Aidan Ryan 2009
  64. Aylwin Kearney 2009
  65. Conor Lehane 2011
  66. Luke O Farrell 2011
  67. James Nagle 2011
  68. Killian Burke
  69. Paul Haughney
  70. Brian ‘Bud’ Hartnett
  71. Seádnaidh Smyth Jan 2018
  72. Cormac Beausang Dec 2018
  73. Ross O’Regan Dec 2018
  74. Seán O’Leary Hayes January 2019
  75. Cormac Walsh
  76. Tommy O’Connell 2019

 

Senior Football

  1. Jim Power 1890  All Ireland champions
  2. Jeremiah Leahy 1890 All Ireland champions
  3. P.D. Moore 1890 All Ireland champions
  4. R. Kelliher 1890 All Ireland champions
  5. Michael ‘Boic’ Coleman 1890 All Ireland champions. Michael also won an ‘All Ireland medal’ in 1894 with Nils/Cork Selection. This final was shrouded in controversy when Dublin were awarded the title even though Cork were leading when the replay was abandoned. Cork were so incensed with the decision that they withdrew from the Association and presented Nils with special ‘All Ireland’ medals bearing the inscription ‘Nils All Ireland Champions 1894’.  (Michael Coleman passed away 28th January 1961)
  6. T. Lucey 1890 All Ireland champions
  7. John Fitzgerald 1890 All Ireland champions
  8. James Fitzgerald 1890 All Ireland champions
  9. M. Riordan 1890 All Ireland champions
  10. Michael ‘Tit’ Downey 1890 All Ireland champions
  11. R. Power 1890 All Ireland champions
  12. J.D. O Brien 1890 All Ireland champions
  13. W. Hennessy 1890 All Ireland champions
  14. M. Egan 1890 All Ireland champions
  15. J. Ahern 1890 All Ireland champions
  16. D. Murphy 1890 All Ireland champions
  17. Michael Buckley 1890 All Ireland champions
  18. William Buckley 1890 All Ireland champions
  19. Michael Roche 1890 All Ireland champions
  20. M. Moore 1890 All Ireland champions  
  21. W. Kennedy 1890 All Ireland champions
  22. Ted Downey 1897 Won All Ireland medal with Kickhams in Dublin. (Originally from Ballintotis and brother of Michael Downey who was on the Midleton 1890 team).
  23. M. Blair Hennessy 1934, 1935
  24. Brendan Forrest 1938, 1939
  25. Robin Forrest 1938
  26. Bobby Dinneen 1943
  27. Connie O Sullivan 1965
  28. Ned Moran (Kildare)
  29. Jack Cosgrave (Galway)
  30. John Boylan 1985
  31. Colm O Neill (All Ireland senior medal winner 1990)

 

 

Intermediate Hurling

  1. William Hennessy (Capt. 1963)
  2. Packie Flanagan
  3. Gerry O’Gorman
  4. Tom Savage
  5. Paddy Fitzgerald 1961&1970
  6. Oliver O’Keeffe 1965 & 69 All Ireland winners 1965 &69
  7. Paddy O’Sullivan 1967 (All Ireland winners)
  8. Seamus O’Farrell 1971
  9. Luke O’Farrell 2009
  10. Tommy Wallace 2016

 

Junior Hurling

  1. William Williams 1915 Beaten by Laois in All Ireland final
  2. Jimmy Ramsell 1915 Beaten by Laois in All Ireland final
  3. Christy Duggan
  4. D. Hartnett 1929 (Ballinacurra & Midleton)
  5. Michael John Moloney 1929 (Beaten by Offaly in the All Ireland final), 1931.
  6. Christy Duggan 1930, 1931, 1933
  7. Bartley Fleming 1930
  8. Tommy Murphy 1932, 1935
  9. Mossy Cotter 1934
  10. Larry Horgan 1934
  11. Michael ‘Mick’ Moloney 1934
  12. Eugene ‘Hughie’ Powell 1936
  13. C. Horgan 1936
  14. Bobby Dinneen 1938 Beaten by London in All Ireland final
  15. Ted O’Sullivan 1938 &1947
  16.  David Kirby 1946
  17. Michael ‘Doc’ Lynch 1947 All Ireland winners, 1948,1949
  18. Eamon Cleary Captain 1946, 1947, 1949
  19. Gerald Murphy 1948
  20. Gerard Power 1948, (Capt. 1949), 1950 All Ireland Winners, 1952
  21. Seán Fleming 1948, 1949, 1950 All Ireland winners, 1952
  22. Fr. Denis Kearney 1950 All Ireland winners
  23. Paddy Hartnett 1950 All Ireland winners (playing with Carrigtohill at the time).
  24. Canon Colman O’Donovan (Won All Ireland Junior Hurling medal in1950)
  25. Vincent Flanagan 1952
  26. Tommy Murphy
  27. Patrick Flanagan
  28. Jerry O’Gorman 1960 Won the Munster Championship. Lost to Carlow in All Ireland final
  29. David Hegarty 1960 Won the Munster Championship. Lost to Carlow in All Ireland final
  30. Michael Hartnett 1985
  31. Jim O’Brien 1985
  32. Gerard Glavin
  33. Coleman  Quirke 1991
  34. Robbie Fitzgerald 1991
  35. Eamon Crotty 1991
  36. Ger Manley 1991 (Inniscarra)
  37. Niall O’Neill 1991
  38. Michael O’Mahony 1991

 

Junior Football

  1. T. Murphy 1928
  2. M. Hennessy 1933 Cork beaten by Donegal in All Ireland final
  3. Brendan Forrest 1938
  4. Robin Forrest 1939
  5. Bobby Dineen 1938/41/43/45
  6. Tadhg O’Driscoll 1938, 1939,1940 Beaten by Westmeath in All Ireland final
  7. David O’Driscoll 1940 Beaten by Westmeath in All Ireland final
  8. Jerry Moynihan 1940
  9. Gerald Murphy 1948
  10. Con O’Sullivan 1961 Won Munster Junior medal, Lost all Ireland final.
  11. Denis Mulcahy 1984 All Ireland winners
  12. Gerard Glavin  1984 All Ireland winners
  13. John Hartnett 1985
  14. Kevin Hennessy 1987
  15. John Boylan 1987
  16. Niall O’Neill 1990 All Ireland winners
  17. Ger Manley 1990 (Inniscarra) All Ireland winners. 1992 (Midleton) beaten by Wexford in the All Ireland final.
  18. Leslie Coughlan Junior Football with London 2019  

 

Under 21 Hurling (First competition in 1964, Tipperary first All Ireland winners beating Wexford in the All Ireland Final)

  1. Paddy O’Sullivan Won All Ireland medal in1966
  2. Seamus O’Farrell 1971/72/73. Won All Ireland medals in 1971&73
  3. Des Hurley 1975 Cork defeated in All Ireland final
  4. John Fenton 1975/76 Cork defeated in All Ireland final 1975 & won All Ireland Medal in1976
  5. Sylvie O’Mahony won All Ireland medal in 1976
  6. Denis Mulcahy 1977 Cork Beaten in All Ireland final by Kilkenny
  7. Seán O’Brien 1978/1979/ Captain 1980
  8. Gerry Smyth 1980
  9. Tadhg Mc Carthy 1980/81
  10. John Hartnett 1980/81
  11. Kevin Hennessy 1980/81/82. Won All Ireland medal in1982
  12. Michael Boylan Won All Ireland medal in 1982 & 83
  13. Pat Hartnett Won All Ireland medal in
  14. 1982 & 83
  15. Kevin Coakley 1984/ Captain 1985
  16. Gerard Fitzgerald 1984/85
  17. Edser Cleary 1984/85/86
  18. Colm O’Neill 1985
  19. Michael Crotty 1987
  20. Michael Hartnett
  21. Coleman Quirke 1988/89. All Ireland winners/89
  22. David Quirke 1989 1991Beaten in All Ireland semi final by Galway
  23. Peter Smith 1991
  24. Kevin Roche 1991
  25. Eamon Murphy 1991
  26. Padraig O’Brien 1989/90/1991
  27. Eamon Crotty 1991
  28. Eamon Murphy
  29. Michael O’Mahony
  30. Michael O’Connell 1996/97 All Ireland winners in both years. Won Cork’s 100th All Ireland title in 1997
  31. Liam Walsh 1999
  32. Aidan Ryan 2005 
  33. Luke O’Farrell 2009/2010/11
  34. Seamus O’Farrell (Churchtown) 2010/11
  35. Conor Lehane 2010/11
  36. James Nagle 2010/11
  37. Paul Haughney 2010/11
  38. Seádnaidh Smyth 2017/18

 

Under 20 Hurling (inaugural competition 2019)

  1. Seán O’Leary Hayes 2019
  2. Tommy O’Connell  2019

 

Under 21 Football

Colm O’Neill  All Ireland winners 1984 & 1985

 

Minor Hurling (Under 18) including St. Enda’s

  1. Larry Horgan Captained Cork to win first All Ireland Minor title in 1928. (Cork defeated Dublin in a replay in a game played at the Mardyke Cork, the only All Ireland final to be played at that venue). Larry was also an Inter County handballer representing Cork in Junior softball competition.
  2. Christy Duggan 1928 (Joint Capt. in 1928)
  3. Michael John Moloney 1928,1929
  4. Jimmy Glavin 1928,1929
  5. Frank Cronin 1928, Captain1929
  6. Richard ‘Dick’ Daly 1929
  7. Jimmy Crotty 1930
  8. Bobby Daly 1934
  9. Willie Campbell 1934, 1935, 1936 Beaten in All Ireland Final by Kilkenny.
  10. Mick Cahill 1934, 1936 Beaten in All Ireland Final by Kilkenny. (his son Liam won an intermediate hurling medal in 1978 and his grandson Ian Kenefick won under 21 and Senior county medals in 2013)
  11. Willie Buckley 1936 (later ordained to the priesthood)
  12. Maurice Prenderville St Enda’s / Castlemartyr 1936 Beaten in All Ireland Final by Kilkenny.
  13. Bobby Dineen1936 & won All Ireland medal in 1937
  14. Wm Aherne 1937/1938 (Aghada) Won All Ireland in 1937 and also 1938 Beating Dublin in the final
  15. Christy Ring 1937 All Ireland winners. 1938 Won All Ireland in 1938 Beating Dublin in the final
  16. Ted O’Sullivan 1938 Won All Ireland in 1938 Beating Dublin in the final
  17. David O’Driscoll 1939 Won All Ireland Beating Kilkenny in the final
  18. Stephen ‘Tiddles’ Murphy 1939 Won All Ireland Beating Kilkenny in the final
  19. Teddy Barry 1939 (Cork captain  Won All Ireland Beating Kilkenny in the final
  20. Eamon Cleary 1939/40 Won All Ireland Beating Kilkenny in the final &1941 beating Galway in the final.
  21. Jackie White St. Enda’s Castlemartyr 1939
  22. Bobby Daly
  23. James O’ Brien 1940
  24.  Rory Horgan 1940
  25. Tim Joe Berry 1940
  26. Gerald Murphy 1945/46
  27. Gerard Power 1946
  28. Pat Fitzgerald (Broomfield) 1947
  29. Vincent Flanagan 1948
  30. Paddy Goldspring 1949
  31. Jerry Wallace (snr) 1949 (scored 3-2 out of Cork’s total of 3-3 on the day. Tipperary won by one point)
  32. Billy Ramsell 1950 (Capt.)
  33. Mick Duggan 1950
  34. Donie Keohane 1950 (Gurtacrue)  
  35. John Kennedy 1954  (Later won an All Ireland senior medal with Wexford in 1960)
  36. Paddy Fitzgerald 1956/7
  37. David ‘Dots’ O’Brien 1958/59
  38. Chris Sinclair 1958
  39. Billy O’Regan 1958
  40. Eamon Barry
  41. John Barry
  42. William Buckley
  43. Eddie O’Mahony 1961
  44. John O’Brien 1961
  45. Paddy O’Sullivan 1964 (All Ireland winners, first win since 1954)
  46. Frank Hogan 1966 (Cork beaten in All Ireland final)
  47. Willie Glavin 1966/67/68 All Ireland winners in 1967 beating Wexford in the final. Lost 1966 and 1968 finals to Wexford
  48. Seamus O’Farrell won All Ireland medals in1969 & 1970
  49. John Hurley 1972 All Ireland winners (was on the panel for the final)
  50. Des Hurley 1972
  51. John Fenton 1973
  52. Seán O’Brien 1977 Cork Beaten in All Ireland final by Kilkenny in a replay 
  53. Tadhg Mc Carthy 1977/78. Won All Ireland minor medal in 1978 and was voted ‘Man of the Match’ in the 1978 final (wearing John Fenton’s boots).
  54. John Hartnett 1977/78 Won All Ireland minor medal in 1978
  55. Kevin Hennessy 1979 All Ireland medal winner 1979
  56. Colm O’Neill 1982
  57. Edser Cleary 1982/83
  58. Gerry O’Farrell 1982
  59. Michael Hartnett 1984
  60. Michael Crotty 1984
  61. Michael O’Mahony 1985 (All Ireland winning Captain)
  62. Niall O’Neill 1985 All Ireland winners /86
  63. Ger Manley 1985 (Inniscarra player at the time)
  64. Declan Motherway (St Endas/Cloyne) 1986
  65. John Power 1986 Beaten by Offaly in All Ireland final 1986
  66. Colman Quirke 1986/87
  67. Padraig O’Brien 1986/87/88 Captain 1988 Beaten in final by Kilkenny in a replay
  68. David Quirke 1988
  69. Kevin Roche 1988
  70. Robert Ronayne 1988
  71. Timmy Dineen 1988/89 (Capt. 1989)
  72. Eamon Murphy 1988
  73. Kevin Mc Carthy 1988
  74. Peter Smith 1988/89/90 ( Joint Capt.)
  75. Muiris Quirke 1990 (Joint Capt.)
  76. Willie Wallace 1990/91
  77. Cormac Quirke 1991
  78. Alan Cahill 1994
  79. Pat Walsh 1994/95(Winner All Ireland minor medal 1995)
  80. Pat Mullaney 1994/1995 (Winner All Ireland minor medal 1995)
  81. Michael O’Connell (Winner All Ireland minor medal 1995)
  82. Daragh Cott  (Winner All Ireland minor medal 1995)
  83. Liam Walsh 1996
  84. Micheál Keohane
  85. Michael Hartnett
  86. Gerry O’Farrell
  87. Brian Cotter
  88. Luke O’Farrell 2007
  89. Seamus O’Farrell (Churchtown) 2007/2008
  90. Alwyn Kearney 2007
  91. Padraig O’Shea 2008
  92. Paul Haughney 2008
  93. Conor Lehane 2009/10
  94. Finbarr O’Mahony 2010
  95. Stephen Moore 2010
  96. Cormac Walsh 2011
  97. Killian Burke 2011
  98. Patrick White 2011
  99. Darren Quirke
  100. Seádnaidh Smyth 2015
  101. Seán O’Meara 2016
  102. Seán O’Leary Hayes 2016 & Captain 2017 (beaten by Galway in All Ireland Final, Won Munster championship).

 

 

Minor Hurling (Under 17 inaugural year of the competition 2017)

  1. Tommy O’Connell 2017 All Ireland winners
  2. Seán O’ Sullivan 2017 All Ireland Winners
  3. Kevin Finn 2017 All Ireland winners
  4. Kian Farmer 2017 All Ireland winners
  5. Christian Murphy 2018
  6. Aaron Mulcahy 2018
  7. Bríon Saunderson 2019

 

Minor Football

  1. M.J. Blair Hennessy 1932, 1933
  2. John Barry 1932
  3. Brendan Forrest 1932
  4. W. Mc Donough 1933, 1934
  5. Colm O’Neill
  6. 1981&82. 1981 All Ireland winner. First East Cork player to win an All Ireland minor football medal. Scored 3 goals in All Ireland final.  
  7. Vincent O’Neill 1984
  8. Niall O’Neill 1986 Cork beaten in All Ireland final
  9. Paul Moynihan 1993

 

Centenary Cup Winners 1984 

(Cork defeated Laois in the final played in Croke Park)

  1. Ger Power,
  2. Denis Mulcahy
  3. Pat Hartnett
  4. John Fenton (Capt)
  5. Kevin Hennessy
  6. Ger Fitzgerald
  7. John Hartnett

 

 

 

National Hurling League Winners

  • 1939/40 Wm Campbell
  • 1952/53 Gerald Murphy
  • 1980/81 John Fenton/Tadhg Mc Carthy
  • 1981/82 John Fenton/Denis Mulcahy/Seán O’Brien
  • 1992/93 Kevin Hennessy/Pat Hartnett/Ger Fitzgerald/Ger Manley

 

National Football League Winners

            1988/89 Colm O Neill

 

Centenary Cup Winners 1984.

Denis Mulcahy,

Pat Hartnett,

John Fenton, Capt.

Kevin Hennessy,

John Hartnett,

Ger Power,

Ger Fitzgerald

 

Camoige

1.         Nuala Guilley 4 All Ireland senior medals (playing with Cloyne).

2.         Lucy Wallace All Ireland Minor 2019

3.         Clodagh Finn All Ireland Minor 2019

4.         Lucy Wallace Cork Junior camogie team. Munster Champions 

 

Ladies Football

1.         Orlath Farmer

 

 

Handball

1.         Billy Walsh 1933/1950 numerous County/Munster/All Ireland singles and doubles All Ireland titles

2.         Larry Horgan 1933/1950 won several county titles

3.         Donal ‘Donie’ Desmond won County senior title 

 

Cork Selectors

Senior Hurling

  1. Willie Campbell 1970
  2. Paddy Fitzgerald 1975
  3. Joe Desmond 1984 Chairman of the Selection committee
  4. Oliver O’ Keeffe 1986
  5. Tony O’ Donoghue 1988 Chairman of the Selection committee
  6. Fr. Denis Kelleher
  7. Ger Fitzgerald 2009
  8. Pat Hartnett 2016/17

 

 

Senior Football

Tom Cotter

 

Intermediate Hurling

Michael Horgan 1963

Seán O’Brien

 

Junior Hurling

Eamon Fleming 1925

Billy Moyter

Noel Bransfield

 

Junior Football

Patrick Horgan

 

Under 21 Hurling

  1. Ml. O’Neill 1966
  2. Nealey Horgan 1984/85
  3. Paddy O’Brien
  4. Michael Mc Carthy 1989
  5. Paddy Fizgerald 1980
  6. Fr. Denis Kelleher 1999
  7. Kevin Hennessy 2004/05
  8. Ger Fitzgerald 2010/2011

 

Under 21 Football

Tom Cotter 1980/85/86 All Ireland winners 1980, 85 & 86

 

Minor Hurling
  1. Eamon Fleming 1928 (First All Ireland minor hurling championship won by Cork)
  2. Tom Powell 1931, 1939
  3. M. Cotter 1941
  4. David Keane 1958
  5. Jack Cotter (snr)
  6. Michael O’Neill 1964 &1969
  7. Seán Hennessy1973
  8. Anthony Mc Carthy 1984
  9. Tony O’Donoghue 1985 Chairman of Selection committee
  10. Fr. Denis Kelleher 1995
  11. Ger Fitzgerald 2004/05
  12. Ger Manley 2007/2009

 

Minor Football

Jack Parker 1934

 

Munster Railway Cup Hurling team
  1. Willie Campbell 1940/41
  2. Gerald Murphy 1953
  3. Paddy Fitzgerald
  4. John Fenton 1980/1984/1985/1986/1987
  5. Kevin Hennessy 1984/1985
  6. Pat Hartnett 1985, 1987,
  7. Denis Mulcahy 1987
  8. Ger Fitzgerald
  9. Ger Manley 1995

 

Munster Railway Cup Football Team

       1.  Colm O Neill 1995

 

Munster Railway Cup selectors

Joe Desmond Midleton 1984 (Chairman of selection comm)

Ollie O’ Keeffe 1987

 

Cork Hurling Coach/Trainer

Canon Bertie Troy 1976/77/78 (Senior)

Seán O’Brien (Intermediate)

Gerry Wallace 2003/4/5/6/7 (Senior), (also trained and managed Antrim senior hurlers, Limerick senior hurling trainer 2011. Also coached Limerick minor hurlers in 2014)

Martin Mc Sweeney 2005/06/07 (Minor) 2010/11 (under 21)

 

Cork Camogie

Minor Manager 2019; Jerry Wallace, Coach; Michael ‘Boc’ Walsh

 

 

Hurling Allstars

  1. John Fenton 1983/84/85/86/87
  2. Denis Mulcahy 1986
  3. Kevin Hennessy 1986

 

Rest of Ireland Hurling team

Gerard Murphy (also played with Combined Universities team in 1956)

John Fenton  1988

Kevin Hennessy 1985

Pat Hartnett 1985

 

Shinty

Ger Manley

Conor Lehane

 

Texaco Hurler of the Year

            John Fenton 1984

 

National Young Player of the Year award;

Tadhg Mc Carthy 1978

 

 

Cork Colleges Minor Football

Brian Cotter (tour to Australia)

 

All Ireland Intercounty V.E.C.

Noel Bransfield 1970

 

Cork County Vocational Schools’ team

Declan (Decky) Barry 1972  Played Kilkenny in the All Ireland final

 

Harty Cup winners;

 

Midleton CBS 1988 (Beat Thurles CBS in the final in Mitchelstown 17th April 1988)

  1. Robert Ronayne
  2. Eamon Murphy,
  3. David Quirke,
  4. Tim Dineen,
  5. Liam Cashman,
  6. Brian Cotter,
  7. Peter Smith,
  8. Kevin Mc Carthy,
  9. Padraig O’Brien,
  10. Terence Mc Carthy,
  11. Connie O’Regan,
  12. Tom Scanlan,
  13. Seán Kelly,
  14. Eamon Crotty,

Coach; John Fenton

 

Midleton CBS 1995 (Beat Lismore CBS in the final in Fermoy 26th March 1995)

  1. Pat Barry,
  2. Pat Walsh,
  3. Dara Cott,
  4. Michael O’Connell,
  5. Pat Mullaney,
  6. Liam Walsh,

 

Midleton CBS 2006 (Beat St Flannan’s in the Final in Cashel 2-7 to 0-12)

  1. Aylwin Kearney,
  2. Steven Murphy,
  3. Padraig O’Shea,
  4. John Keane,
  5. Eoghan Walsh,
  6. Luke O’Farrell,
  7. Paul Haughney,
  8. James O’Donnell,
  9. Kieran Mulcahy,
  10. Ian O’Brien,

 

Midleton CBS 2019 (Beat CBC from Cork in the final in Pairc Ui Rinn 2-12 to 0-14 before an attendance of 7089)

  1. Cormac O’Brien,
  2. Sam Quirke,
  3. Gary Carroll,
  4. Ross O’Regan,
  5. Kian Farmer,
  6. Alan Power,
  7. Arthur Nganou,
  8. Jack Fitzgerald,
  9. David Scanlon,
  10. Leo Hennessy,
  11. Alex Quirke

Bainisteoir Iain Cooney Midleton 

 

 

St. Coleman’s College, Fermoy

1948 Beat St. Flannan’s Ennis in the final 6-4 to 4-8

 

1948 Beat St. Flannan’s Ennis in the final 4-6 to 1-3 

 

1977 Beat St. Flannan’s Ennis 0-7 to 0-3

John Hartnett 1977

John Boylan 1977

Seán O’Brien 1977

Ciarán Keohane 1977

 

All Ireland Colleges Winners (St. Colman’s College Fermoy)

John Hartnett 1977

John Boylan 1977

Seán O’Brien 1977

Ciarán Keohane 1977

 

Munster Colleges Hurling Team

Gus Flanagan

Seán Hennessy (snr)

 

Notes;

 

  1. Ted O’ Sullivan first Midleton player to win Minor, Junior and Senior All Ireland hurling medals.
  2. Cork Junior All Ireland hurling champions 1950 contained Paddy Hartnett, Ger Power and Dan Fenton whose sons later went on to win County, Munster and All Ireland medals with Midleton and All Ireland senior medals with Cork.
  3. Paddy and Ger Fitzgerald became the first, and so far only, Midleton father/son combination to win All Ireland senior hurling medals with Cork. Paddy in 1966 with Ger being on the winning teams in 1986 and 1990. Ger also Captained Cork in the 1992 All Ireland final.
  4. In the All Ireland winning double year of 1990 Midleton had four players involved, Kevin Hennessy, Ger Fitzgerald and David Quirke on the hurling panel and Colm O’Neill with the footballers.  
  5. Midleton and Kickhams from Dublin are the only two clubs in the history of the GAA to provide All Ireland winning senior Captains in Hurling and Football. Jim Power Captained the Midleton/Cork team that won the All Ireland Football title in 1890 and John Fenton Captained the Cork senior hurling team in the Centenary All Ireland hurling final in 1984.  
  6. Peter Smith became the first Midleton player to play on and manage a Midleton senior team to County senior championship victories (1991 and 2013). 
  7. Midleton won the All Ireland 7’s title in Kilmacud in the first 3 times the club entered the competition in 1981/82/85. Three players Seán O’Brien, John Hartnett and Tadhg Mc Carthy played on all 3 teams.  
  8. Brothers Seán and Paudie O’Brien won Harty Cup medals with different schools, Seán with St. Colmans in 1977 and Paudie with Midleton CBS 1988. Paudie’s son Cormac won a Harty medal with Midleton in 2019.
  9. 3 O’Neill brothers played on the Cork minor football team in the 1980’s Colm 1981&82, Vincent 1984 & Niall 1986
  10. 4 Quirke brothers played inter county Minor Hurling championship with Cork, Coleman 1986/87, David 1988, Muiris 1990 (Joint Capt) & Cormac 1991
  11. Midleton won 3 Cork County senior hurling league titles in 1985. The 1982/83/85 finals were all played in 1985 with Midleton winning all three within the space of a few weeks towards the end of 1985.  
  12. Christy Duggan St. Mary’s Road Midleton refereed 3 County finals in the one year in 1944, being the only referee to do so. The finals were as follows; Senior (Glen Rovers beat Carrigdhoun), Junior (31st Army Battalion defeated Cloyne) and Minor (Youghal beat St. Finbarrs). Christy played and Captained the Cork minor team in 1928 that won Cork’s first All Ireland minor title (Larry Horgan captained the team that beat Dublin in the All Ireland minor final replay which was played in The Mardyke Cork). He was also the football Secretary in Midleton GAA club in 1939 and was nominated as Vice President of the club in 1984. Christy was born in 1909 and died on the 6th June 1987. His son Michael was a prominent footballer with the club in the 1960/70’s. 
  13. What’s in a name; Jim Power captained Midleton to the All Ireland senior football championship in 1890 while his namesake Ger Power captained Midleton All Ireland club hurling title on the 17th March 1988.  
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