Weekly club news.

November 8, 2018

SHC: On Saturday evening last our senior hurlers opened their championship campaign with a draw again Kildangan in group 3. Final score was Eire Og 0-17 Kildangan 1-14. See website for match report. Round 2 takes place Sunday evening when Moneygall provide the opposition. This game takes place in Cloughjordan at 5.30. All support welcome.

Munster MHC: Best wishes to Barry Heffernan, Shane Henessey, Andrew Coffey, James Mackey and the Tipp team as they take on Waterford Thursday evening in Walsh Park at 7pm in the first round of the championship.

Revamped club website: On-line communications is rapidly moving into the arena of iPads, tablet PC’s and smartphones.  Facebook, Twitter and instant messaging are all now phone first activities and the updated website is specially configured for ease of access for all these applications. In this age of ever increasing social media as a means of communication, we hope everyone from players to officials to supporters will be well served by the changes made to our original website.

Juvenile News:

Parish League: U12 Parish League starts on Monday next, April 15th. It’s open to all boys aged 10 to 12. Players are to be in the field at 6pm.

U6 & U8: U6 & U8 training is on Wednesdays at 5.15 and Saturdays at 10am.  New players welcome.

U10: U10 and Community Games training is now in full swing and with challenge matches planned, all players are to attend training.

U12: Our U12 footballers had good wins in both groups 1 and 4 away to Kilruane on Friday last. There were strong performances all over the field for both of our teams and some excellent goalkeeping. The second round of matches is on Friday April 12th at home to Toomevara for both groups. Keep up the good work.

U14: The U14 footballers kicked off the league with a good win over Kilruane in Nenagh last Wednesday on a score of 4-4 to 0-7. A strong defencive display provided a great platform for the team who play their next round match away to Borrisokane on Wednesday 10th at 6.30pm. The team and management wish a speedy recovery to Ethan O’ Brien who was injured in the match.

U16: U16 footballers received a bye in the second round of the league matches and will be in action next on Monday 15th away to Kilruane.

Well done to U14 Evan Murphy who won the Puc Fada in the Feile Skills competition on Saturday last in Kilcolman.
The Juvenile club wish the best of luck to Tipp minors Shane, Barry, James and Andrew against Waterford on Thursday.

Camogie News:

Congratulations to Rachel Spillane, Rachel Maher, Aisling O Brien, Grace O Brien, Saoirse Gleeson and the Tipperary Under Sixteen team who defeated Cork on Tuesday last in the Munster final. Well done girls from everyone in the club. A fantastic achievement.

Congratulations also to Alanna Morris, Aileen Duggan and the Tipperary Under Eighteen team which defeated Dublin on Sunday last and qualified for the All Ireland semi final. Best of luck in the remainder of the competition.

Training for our Junior team continues every Wednesday and Friday at seven pm in the CBS. We are due to play Ballingarry this Sunday morning at twelve away in the league. Mentors will be in touch with details. This is the last week that our new training tops will be available at training for sizes so in order to make sure the correct size is ordered for you please be sure to attend. Thanks to Paul Henry and Pinnacle Homes for kindly sponsoring the tops.

Our U14’s played Silvermines on Tuesday in the championship. At the time of going to press we didn’t have the result. Please check our Facebook page for details of the fixture: Best wishes also to this team who are playing in the Feile final, this Saturday in The Ragg V Newport at twelve noon. Please come and support them.

Thanks to everyone who took part in the successful sponsored walk on Sunday last and also to everyone who so generously donated. It is a vital fund raiser for the club and thanks to everyone concerned.

A small number of players still need to pay their registration and we that they do so immediately.

Our Under Sixteens had a fantastic win over near neighbours Burgess on a score line of 7-09 to 2-04 in the opening round of the championship. What made this win extra special was that this was the first time we ever played a championship game at U16 in the A grade. Well done girls on achieving a nice piece of history.