League win

November 8, 2018

Lotto Results

Jackpot            – €10,800         –           5, 8, 17, 24 no winner

Bonus Draw    – €200                         10, 17, 18, 26 no winner



€50 Colm Carey, Shanbally.

€50 Tom Ginnane, Kilcommon Village.


€25 Willie Hayes, Cappawhite.

€25 Julie Keane, Reiska.

€25 Ann Marie Butler, Blackstairs.

€25 Thomas McLoughlin, Foilduff.

€25 Annette Reale, Glengar.



Our first team played St Marys of Clonmel at the cross on Sunday last in the last round of the Intermediate league. Weather conditions were poor on the day with a strong breeze playing a major role. We played with the wind in the first half and contributed 8 points to St Marys 1-3.However we also drove many wides in the opening period, should we have got these the scoreboard would have been more satisfactory. Although goals from William Ryan and Paul Shanahan along with five more points in the second half spared our blushes of driving wides and saw us claim victory on a scoreline of 2-13 to 1-10.Sean Treacys team/scorers was as follows: Seamus Butler Simon Kennedy Joey Ryan TJ Quigley Denis Stapleton(0-1f) Sean Kennedy(0-2,65’s) Ger O Toole(0-1) Paudie Ryan(0-2,1f) Jamie O Toole(0-1) Paudie Carr Ollie Carr(0-1) John Butler(0-1) William Ryan(1-1) Paul Shanahan(1-2) Declan Hickey(0-1).Subs: Shane Fahy for W.Ryan.



Our footballers travelled to Dundrum on Saturday evening last where they played Rosegreen in the first round of the Junior A football championship. Conditions were very poor on the evening with the weather playing a major role. Rosegreen were strong on the day and the saying goals win matches was certainly the case here as it ended 2-07 to 0-8 in favour of Rosegreen. Our next outing is against Solohead on Friday, 3rd June in Cappawhite @ 19.30pm.This may be subject to change so pay heed in text notification.


Now due to registrar Ger O Toole. Anyone who hasn’t paid please do so asap. Membership can be brought to both hurling and football sessions. Adults 40e Students/Unemployed 20e.
Congratulations to the Tipperary minor football panel and management on their narrow victory over Kerry in the Munster championship semi-final on Wednesday evening last. Tipp are now into the Munster final playing Cork on July 3rd @ 12.00pm venue TBC.
Munster Council has announced that, for the fifth year in a row, there will be no increase in ticket prices for senior championship games this year. A range of attractive discount and group ticket packages will be announced in the next week. These will include special discounts for groups of tickets purchased through clubs. 


In conjunction with the Limerick County fleadh the Lough Gur Ramblers are running a set ceili in the Community Hall, Hospital on Sunday night
June 5th with music by Taylor’s Cross, dancing from 9 to 12 p.m. All proceeds in aid of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin (teas will be served).