Golf classic coming up

November 8, 2018

Lucky dip winners

€50 Ned Gleeson ,Milestone


€25 Ava Carr ,Hollyford

€25 Mick Caplis ,Rearcross.

€25 Layla Caplis c/o Sean Caplis Lackmore

€25 Breda Kennedy, Rearcross.

€25 Una Murphy , Lackamore


Golf Classic

We will hold our Golf Classic in Nenagh Golf Club on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd August 2012. Tee times will be 3.30pm to 4.30pm on Thursday and all day on Friday and numerous prizes will be on offer, including motorised golf trolleys, golf bags, golf shoes etc.


The cost of a team of four will be €200, which includes golf, a Barbeque on the 10th hole and a meal afterwards. Teams are available at €160 on Friday before 11.00am. 


It is also possible to sponsor a tee box for €75.


It would be greatly appreciated if you would consider either entering a team in the classic or sponsoring a tee box.  Indeed, we appreciate the current economic situation and any contribution, which you could make, would be most welcome.


Tee times can be booked with Kevin Ryan 086 0213400.  The time sheet will be run, strictly, on a first come-first served basis and it is advisable to book early.  We would appreciate a contact name and mobile number for each team, which can be given to Kevin when booking the tee time.


The proceeds from our previous Classics have helped to carry out major refurbishment and developments to our playing field, flood-lighting the main pitch, car park development, construction of the new stand and also the recent development of our new Club house.


The proceeds of this upcoming classic will again go towards the new clubhouse which has now been completed. We also plan to continue with some further development over the coming year.


Junior Football

Congratulations to our Junior Footballers on victory against Solohead on Saturday 28th July on a scoreline of 1-15 to 3-07.


Minor Hurling

Commiserations to our minor combination with Emly who fell to defeat to Cashel in West Minor A championship.


Munster intermediate final

Congratulations to Tipperary Intermediates in Munster final victory versus Clare