Lorrha GAA News for 1 October

November 8, 2018

Under 21: All Under 21 players are asked to attend training with the juniors as the championship will get underway in the coming weeks. We are drawn in a group with Portroe, Borrisokane and Ballinahinch/Templederry.

Under 16: Lorrha Rovers Gaels defeated Roscrea in the North 'A' semi-final replay which took place on Monday week last in Borrisokane, 0-17 to 2-8.

The final against Toomevara was played last Saturday in Nenagh and despite leading for long stages they were caught at the end and beaten 0-18 to 1-14. Hard luck to the players and mentors on what was a lengthy and exciting campaign

Panel: Manus Heenan, Marcus Esmonde, James O'Sullivan, Jack Ryan, Daniel Madden, Daniel O'Donoghue, Matthew Tierney, Conor Ryan, Eamon Hough, Oliver Cleary, Michael Slattery, John O'Meara, Michael Tierney, Conal Moran, Alan O'Meara, Ray O'Meara, Colm Fogarty, Kieran Clarke, Adam Slattery, Kevin Boyle, Aleksandrs Semjonovs, Oisin McMahon, Mark Stanley, Dylan Mannion, Ciaran Redmond, Jack Moran, Cody Watson. Mentors: Stephen Darcy, David Moran, Willie Ryan, Jimmy Dunne.

Liam MacCarthy Cup visits Lorrha: The Liam MacCarthy Cup visited the parish on Tuesday with Patrick Maher, Brian Hogan and John Madden bringing the All Ireland trophy to Lorrha, Redwood and Rathcabbin National Schools, as well as Killeen NS, where Brian Hogan went to school. It also paid a visit to St Kieran's Nursing Home while later in the evening at the Clubhouse, all our juvenile players were able to get their hands on the trophy before a special event later in the night. More next week.

Lotto: Our jackpot is now €10,650 with a Match 3 pot of €100. Thank you for your continued support. You can play our lotto online at where it is easy to play every week. Tickets are €2 each or three for €5.

Social Dancing: on Friday night to the music of Brian McDermott. Dancing 9.30pm to 12.30am.

Sympathy: Lorrha GAA Club would like to sympathise with the Sullivan and Cleary families on the death of Judy Sullivan, Redwood, who passed away last week. Also sympathies to the Mannion family on the death of Michael Mannion, Donegal, and late of Curraghagloss. May they rest in peace.