Sean Treacys News

November 8, 2018


We have recently teamed up with Vodafone to allow people to support our club at no extra cost, simply register at and Vodafone will donate 5% of your bill or top up directly to Sean Treacys, we would love your continued help.

Lotto Results

Jackpot            – €3,000           –           2, 4, 9, 28 no winner


Lucky Dip

€50 Paddy Sheehan.

€25 John Keyes.

€25 Margaret Ryan.

€25 Gracie Ryan.

€25 Aine Costello.

€25 Mary Hanna.

We have a new feature on the system that will help Sean Treacy’s raise funds more consistently.  This is a recurring payment feature it has two components:

1. It will allow our supporters to simply click a button while they are buying a lotto ticket and in doing so, the lotto ticket will automatically renew at the end of the chosen period – essentially an electronic direct debit scheme.

2. A new report will now appear in our club administration panel.  This new report will give us full details on the status of all of the play slips where our supporters have chosen the auto renew option. 


So play online now by logging on to


Tickets for Tipp v Kilkenny in Croke Park

We will hold a draw for our supporters to decide who will get tickets and we advise you to be at the Clubhouse at nine pm next Friday 27th.  




Sean Treacys v Cashel finished 2 16 to 2 18 which ends our involvement in this competition with the Seven aside in Dublin next on the agenda in September.

Intermediate Hurling

Well done to our squad who will have to wait until next year to have another go at a West title. Thanks to Eamon Sweeney our dedicated trainer, and our selectors who were also very generous with their time Mike Hanly, Phil Ryan, Pat Deegan and JJ Ryan. 

U21 Hurling 

West final against Galtee is fixed for the first of September at half six 

Senior Hurling

We look forward to the county championship in a few weeks time.



West semi final against Galtee Rovers watch out for the fixture



Thanks to all who took part in our classic in Nenagh which was a fantastic success. Well done to Doon‘s Tom Ryan, Knockmaroe’s Ollie Carr, Upperchurch publican Phil Murray and Rieska’s Mike Hanly who won first prize. Thanks to all our sponsors who are repeatedly generous year after year.  



Well done to all the locals who got their results last week