Kickham news

November 7, 2018

Lotto 12/08/13
Jackpot 3,000
No’s drawn 7,19,22,28
no winner,
2nd chance 1,000
No’s drawn 6,14,27,31
no winner
Next weeks Jackpot 3,600
Draw in Lacey’s Bar
Lucky Dip’s
2 x 50euro
Jerry Carew, Ballywalter
Liam Ryan, Lisheen

5 x 30 euro
Paul Morrissey, Killenure
Willie Donoghue, Ballintemple
Robin Chant, Ardmayle
Patrick Morrissey, Killenure
Mary Slattery, Glenough

seller:Seamus O’Dwyer


Our Juniors and Clonoulty Rossmore played out a cracking game of hurling in Clonoulty on Saturday evening , but our lads were beaten on the score
3-19 to 4-11. See match reporting The Nationalist.


We had two U12 teams taking part in Co. Semi finals on last Saturday afternoon in Holycross . First up was the U/12(B) team who were to play
Burgess, but the North team did not take to the field and though the ref threw in the ball and awarded the game to Kickhams, it is not clear at
time of writing what the eventual outcome will be. The second game saw our U/12 (A) team take on a strong Eire Og Nenagh team. Both teams would
have had expectations of reaching the Co. Final and as expected a cracking game ensued. Playing with the breeze Nenagh took their scores and were
leading by 2-5 to 1-0 at the break. But our lads are made of stern stuff and came roaring out in the second half to score 1-6 to Nenaghs 0-1 and
send the game into extra time. With both teams trying their very best it was the boys in the black and amber of the Kickhams who emerged victorious
and progressed to the Final which it seems will be played this coming weekend. For news of both our U/12 teams please contact any of the Juvenile
Club officers or team selectors, and get out and shout the Kickhams to victory.


The 8th Annual Moira Cahill Memorial Blitz took place on Saturday 17 August in Dundrum . The day started with a parade of sixteen U10 teams from
all around Tipperary. A great trail of colour and banners from all the clubs marched into Kickham Park behind piper Tadgh Ryan. After the official
opening by the chairman Kevin McCarty the games started with four groups of four and the top team in each group qualifying for the Semi-Finals.
Silvermines played Holycross in one Semi-Final and Nenagh Eire Og played Knockavilla Kickhams . Silvermines and Kickhams won these to reach the
final. The Final was very intense with scores coming from both teams but kickhams had the edge at halftime two scores to one. After the break
silvermines had the wind in their back and proved the stronger in this half and emerged winners after a hard fought match by both sides, four
scores to two at the final whistle.Moira’s two daughters Laura and Sinead congratulated both sides on a wonderful display of Camogie and presented
the Moira Cahill Cup to the Silvermines team. Well Done to all who helped in any way to make this such a success . A total of €337.90 was raised on
the day for the South Tipperary Hospice, ‘thanks to all’

Parents and children please note that Donaskeigh NS will reopen for all students on Wednesday the 28th of August

You will know we are starting to head for the long dark evenings when you read that Badminton is resuming in the Scout Centre Dundrum from Monday
the 2nd of September. There is no better way to shorten those nights, have a bit of craic and maybe get a little fitter than take up Badminton,
The club nights are Monday and Thursday from 8pm and new members are very welcome and badly needed to ensure the survival of the club.

Register now on for the 2013 Women’s Mini Marathon organised by North Tipp Sports Partnership and South Tipp Sports
Partnership in Clonmel on Sunday 29th Sept at 11am. Registration price increases after Sept 2nd and closing date for all entries is strictly
Sept 23rd 2013. For further information please contact Valerie Connolly at STSP at 062-64737 or or Elaine Cullinan at NTSP at
067-43604 or


The first Dundrum international Dexter gathering will take place in Dundrum from the 20th to 22nd august.

The historic village of Dundrum is located in the beautiful golden vale, the heartland of Irish farming,

close to the famous rock of Cashel, and surrounded by unspoiled mountains, rivers and countryside


Event opening, welcome drinks reception & dinner in Dundrum house hotel

Showcasing Dexter beef, the best of local & organic produce, & live entertainment


The republic of Ireland’s first ever stock show & judging of Dexter cattle

Also featuring the Kerry and Irish Moiled breeds of native cattle & Kerry Bog Ponies. Dexter presentations with contributors from Ireland and overseas. Unveiling of sign honouring the Dexter’s historic association with Dundrum.

The Dexter village gathering in the historic Dundrum village centre.

Evening entertainment in the old village with fun activities, local food and music


Dexter farm walk and guided cultural tour of the surrounding area.

Dexter gourmet lunch event in killenure castle, a historic seat of the O’Dwyer clan,a unique atmosphere & delicious buffet lunch at this magical medieval site. Dexter presentations with contributors from Ireland and overseas. Festival closing at Austie’s Irish music night in Dundrum house hotel

To book your accommodation and Dexter Dinner as a package please contact Dundrum House Hotel by June 30th

Reservations at (062) 71116 or email
To book tickets for the Dexter Dinner only on Tuesday 20th August contact Michele Crowe by June 30th

Reservations at (062) 71717 or email

For the Killenure Castle Gourmet Dexter Lunch Event on Thursday 22nd August contact Eavaun at (062) 71498

or (087) 6402664 . To book online see Early concession before May 31st.

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