Rebel Óg Winners - Sarsfields Under 16 and Minor Hurlers
Sarsfields Under 16 and Minor Hurling Teams were the September winners of the Rebel Óg Monthly Awards for 2014 The recipients are pictured above joined by representatives from the award sponsors the Rochestown Park Hotel, in association with RedFM and Irish Examiner Media Partners and Cummins Sports Award Sponsors. These Sarsfields teams follow recent monthly winners: Cork U18 Ladies Football Team, Ballinascarthy Underage Football Club, Duhallow GAA Club, Coláiste Ghobnatan, Baile Bhúirne, Co. Cork, Urhan Underage GAA Club, Beara, Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig, St. Catherine's GAA Club from East Cork and St. Mary's Secondary School, Charleville, Co. Cork. Click PLAY above to hear from the Sars Juvenile Club Chairman on recieving the award.
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