About Us

Welcome to the new Randal Óg G.A.A. website. The Randal Óg club is a hurling and football club, centred in Ballinacarriga, south east of Dunmanway town in the heartland of Carbery, the South West G,A,A. Division of County Cork.

Ballinacarriga and the surrounding townlands comprise a quiet rural area of West Cork, an area dominated by a sixteenth century castle, built on a towering rock no more than a few hundred metres from the Randal Óg playing fields. The castle was built by Randal Óg Ó Muirthile, local Gaelic chieftain, and from whom our club takes it’s name.

In the other direction, less than a mile to the north, the River Bandon flows by on it’s way to the Atlantic Ocean at Kinsale Harbour.

The Randal Óg club was founded in 1953, as a football club only. In 1966 a hurling team was affiliated for the first time and since then there has been no break in the club’s dual commitment. We now field junior and under 21 teams in hurling and football.

We are also involved in under age games, up to and including minor, as part of the Sam Maguires’ club.

Lotto Results


There was no jackpot winner. Prizes were won by Angela Biggs c/o The Creamery; Eoghan O'Mahony, Edencurra and Sinead & Tadhg McCarthy, Reavouler. Next draw on 4th February with jackpot of €5,300.