Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Senior Club

Senior: Senior hurlers won their second game of the 2016 County Championship, beating Templederry Kenyons on a scoreline of 1-27 to 2-13. Our next and final group game will be against Mullinahone-CJ Kickhams, with a date and venue yet to be confirmed.

Junior: Junior B hurlers overcame Moneygall by 1-13 to 0-14 in Moneygall on Friday Night

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.

All current members will receive the new brochure with your receipt in the post before the end of April, or you can contact your draw promoter in advance of that. With the club receiving 50-70% of your subscription as commission for your membership we hope you will continue to support this fundraising imitative.

In recognition of our supporters who want to become club members, contribute to our weekly lotto and also support the Tipperary GAA Club Members Draw, we have developed some very attractive combination discounted packages for 2016/17 – Contact any committee member or county draw promoters for further details.

Juvenile Club

Under-8 Great turnouts for Under-8 training. Matches will be organised over the next few weeks. Keep up the good work boys! 

Under-12 Our under-12s put in a great performance in the semi-final on Friday last   but unfortunately came up short at the final whistle, so that is the end of the football for the moment. Hurling training as usual this week and the hurling championship will start in a few weeks time so full attendance at training is essential. 

Under-14 Our footballers were beaten by Inane Rovers in their second group game of the championship played last Wednesday evening. They travel to Dolla this Wednesday to play Silvermines at 6.30pm in round 3.  

Under-16 Our Footballers defeated Kilruane in Cloughjordan on Monday night last in Round 5 of the championship on a scoreline of 2-13 to 2-10. Well done to the boys! The win sets up a semi-final meeting with Lorrha/Shannon Rovers in Ballinderry on this Monday night at 6.30pm. Please come out and support the team. Best wishes for a speedy recovery to Sean Shanahan who was injured in the minor game on Wednesday.

Camogie Club

Under-12: We were beaten by Kilruane MacDonaghs on Thursday last. Mentors will be in touch with the details of our next game.

Under-14: Our game v Eire Og Annacarthy was postponed and we are playing Toomevara in Nenagh Thursday at 6pm.

Under-16: Our game against Cashel this Tuesday is postponed until a later date.

Intermediate: We face Drom and Inch on Saturday next in the county league final in The Camogie Grounds, The Ragg. This is a massive game for our club and the girls would really appreciate your support. Please check our website and social media for details of the game during the week.

Tipperary: The All Ireland minor final ended in a draw on Saturday last with the replay expected to take place this Saturday. Best of luck to all our players on the panel. Also good luck to the Tipperary under-14’s who take part in the Clare blitz on bank holiday Monday. Megan Morris, Ella Carey and Abbie Sheedy are the Nenagh girls involved.