Nick's News


Welcome to the new look, the home of St Nicholas Gaelic Football Club in Cork, Ireland. Since 2001 the site has been updated weekly with results, fixtures, news and photos from the club. 

Championship 2014

Senior Football : St Nick's v Clonakilty.

Senior Hurling :. Glen Rovers v Killeagh.

Club News

Well done to Patrick Horgan on winning his 1st All-Star and a Northside Sports Award, a feat also achieved by the Camogie Club for winning the Senior 'B' C'ship.

Sincere sympathy to the families of Joe Crowley and Chrissie Buckley who passed away recently, both were outstanding club people and will be missed.

Latest News

Senior Football Championship Round 1 Fixture:

St Nicks vs Clonakilty in Brinny   @ 18:45

AGM News: The following officers were elected;

  • Chairman : Denis Coughlan.
  • Vice-Chairman : Des Cullinane.
  • Runai : Finbarr Mc Carthy.
  • Assistant Sec : James Galvin.
  • Treasurer : Denis Leahy.
  • Registrar : Gerry O'Toole.
  • County Board Delegate : Jerry Howe.
  • Committee : John Joe Kelly, Mick Corbett, Mick Brosnan, Michael Byrne, Donal O'Donovan.
  • Michael Brosnan was appointed Manager of the Senior Football team, other selection committee's to be announced in the New Year.

Senior Hurling: Congratulations to Richie Kelleher and Ian Lynam as the new Senior Hurling Management.

Senior Football: Relegation Playoff, St Nicks 2-12, Newmarket 1-09. Congratulations to the Senior Football team on the great win over Newmarket. See News section of website for full report. 

Junior Football: Congratulations to the Juniors who had already secured promotion to Division 1 finished the year in style by winning the Division 2 league title. In the semi-final a cracking goal by Ryan Charles clinched a 2-8 to 1-7 win over Brian Dillons. Nemo Rgs were the opposition in the final and goals by Dallen Clancy and Chris Mc Carthy and it was 2-4 to 0-2 at half-time, which was extended by points from Kevin Herlihy and Ben Murphy early in the 2nd half. Nemo battled back but good defending by Miceal Murphy, Miceal Mc Grath and a vital penalty save by Chris Mullane saw us win by 2-7 to 1-6. Well done to all involved especially the players and team captain Craig O'Driscoll and of course the selectors James Galvin, John O'Halloran, Ken Lynam and Michael Brosnan.

Camogie News

Congratulations to the Minor team on retaining their title with a great victory over Cloughduv by 0-8 to 0-5. 

Cork Senior Football C'ship Match Report

Senior Football Championship: St Finbarrs 0-15 St Nick's 2-8 (after extra-time) ....  Report