Club Profile

Club Name:

Bride Rovers / Fanaithe na Bride

Jersey Colours:

Green White and Gold & white shorts

Year Founded:

1928, reformed in 1964.

Sports played / categories / grades:

Hurling and football, Ladies Football and Camogie

Catchment Area: Rathcormac Parish which comprises Rathcormac, Bartlemy and                       Kildinan. The parish is in North-East Cork in the Church Dioscese of Cloyne.

Location and Buildings:

The club ground is Pairc na Bri­de close to Rathcormac Village.
Seven acres of land was bought in 1977,first game played in pitch
in 1983,officially opened by County Board Chairman Con Murphy in 1985. Dressing room block is Aras de Barra in memory of Tom Barry N.T. founding secretary.Hurling Alley and small Astro Turf, officially opened by GAA president Christy Cooney, September 2011 and a larger Astro turf was officially opened by Count Board Chairman Gerard Lane in 2015.

Trophies won:

Cork County Intermediate Hurling Champions; 2003.

Cork County Junior A Grade Hurling Champions; 1998

Cork County Intermediate Hurling League 2003.

Munster Intermediate Hurling Champions;2004.

Munster Junior Hurling Champions;1999.

East Cork Junior A Grade Hurling Champions; 1930, 1932, 1968,1969,1998.

East Cork Junior B Grade Hurling Champions; 1966, 1975, 1983, 1985, 2007

East Cork Junior A Football Champions 2004 & 2007 

East Cork Junior B Grade Football Championship;1981,1993, 2009.2014

All Ireland Junior 7's; 1999.

East Cork Minor Hurling Championship; 1932

Cork County Minor Hurling Championship; 1932

Cork Intermediate Hurling Finalists; 1933.

East Cork Junior Hurling League; 1981,1982.

Cork County Under 12 Hurling Championship; 2000.

County Minor Hurling League; 1992.

East Cork Junior B Hurling League; 2003

East Cork 12-a-side Minor Hurling Championship 2008.

Co u13 A Hurling Champions 2013

Co Minor C Hurling 2014