Article printed in Irish Examiner – Thursday, November 23, 2017 To understand the changing heart of the GAA, it’s worth a trip to the Cork City Junior C Football League final. Days after rural depopulation was discussed at the launch of the Cork GAA Strategic Plan, two urban clubs, equally struggling for numbers, meet in…

Rochestown Club played in South East Division for many years until permission was obtained ten years ago to play in the city division. Formed in 1923, the club was called Crusaders for a long time. It is from part of the parish of Passage, who joined the division much earlier. The club, which is from…

A big thanks to our new sponsors the Castle Cafe and Mainline Group who have joined out long term sponsor Centra Rochestown in sponsoring a new kit for the club.