Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Senior Notes

Our senior hurlers lost out to CJ Kickhams Mullinahone in our final group game of this year’s County Championship. Our attention now turns to our North Championship game against Templederry Kenyons. Details of this fixture will be made available on the club website as soon as they are available.

TIPPERARY GAA DRAW: Can all Tipperary GAA Club members draw promoters bring their 2015/16 draw accounts up to date as this draw is now closed.  A new draw will be rolled out over the coming weeks for 2016/17 with another €500,000 Prize Fund. For the same subscription of €100 or €10 per month (with 2 months free), this draw includes fabulous prizes;

– 8 Skoda Cars

– 8 Renault Cars

– Flights to Australia

– Family Florida Holidays

– Family Lapland trips at Christmas

– Golf group Holidays to the Algarve

– Cheltenham Festival Trips for groups

– Bonus Draw for All Ireland SH weekend

– Bonus draw for Direct Debit members

– Cash Prizes every week and month.

With the club receiving 50-70% of your subscription as commission for your membership we hope you will continue to support this fundraising imitative.

Juvenile Club Notes

Under-14: Hard luck to the Under-14s who were beaten by Ballina last Wednesday evening. They play Kilruane this Monday in last group game.

Under-16: Under-16 Hurling training continues on Wednesdays at 6.30pm and Fridays at 6.15pm in preparation for the championship. The lads will play Burgess in a challenge game on Monday night in Kilcolman.

Camogie Club Notes

Under-8: We played in a wonderful blitz rang in The Ragg over the weekend and we wish to thank the County Board for organising it.

Under 10: We have a blitz coming up soon and the management will be in contact with the details.

Under 12: We play Silveriness in the league soon and management will be in contact with the details.

Under 14: Our game against Knockavilla was postponed and will be refined soon. Our Community Games match was also postponed.

Under-16: Our under-16s bowed out of the championship on Saturday last when they were defeated by Éire Óg Annacarthy in the county semi final. The girls can be proud of their efforts and we wish to thank the entire panel and management of Liam McGrath and Martin Ryan for all their hard work and dedication throughout the year.

Darkness into Light: Thanks to all the volunteers who made this a huge success over the weekend.