Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

JAHC: Our junior A team recorded a well deserved six point win over Knockshegowna in the semi final of the championship on Saturday evening last. The final score was 2.14 to 0.14 with the goals coming from Darragh Walsh and James Mackey. We now play Moneygall in the North final.

MAHC: Our minor hurlers were due to play Kildangan last Wednesday evening in the championship. This game was postponed due to a bereavement in the Kildangan club. There is a break in the championship until after the All-Ireland minor final has been played.

U10: We played Ballina in Nenagh last week, many thanks to Ballina for coming to play us. We travel to St. Martins in Wexford this Saturday to play a tournament, a safe and enjoyable trip to all.

U14: We played a tournament in Puckane last Sunday morning. Many thanks to Kildangan club for the invitation and well done on winning the U14 county final the previous day.

U16: We play the winners of the South championship in the County semi final on this Saturday, details of the game will be sent out by club webtext. The South final will be played on Tuesday of this week. Best of luck to the team and management.

Camogie News
U8s are training on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 6:30. The girls had a great day at the last blitz over in the Ragg playing 3 matches. Anyone interested in joining for the last few weeks please come along on a Wednesday. The last County Blitz will take place this Saturday in the Ragg at 10am

U10s are training on Mondays and Thursdays 5:30 to 6:30. The U/10s played a county blitz in Shannon Rovers last Saturday. We played 3 games and we would like to thank everyone who turned up.
U12s. The U/12s are training on a Monday and Thursday Evening.  The u/12 go games blitzes are due to start this weekend. Details will be given at training.

U14s. The U/14s are training on Mondays and Thursdays. Our u/13 girls travelled to Dublin last Saturday to take part in the All Ireland 7 a side. They came 2nd out of their group win a win over the Offaly champions being the highlight. They beat the Derry champions in the Q/Final and then beat host club Faughs in a titanic semi Final. The Final was against Sarsfield of Galway and despite giving it their all Sarsfield ran out winners. This was a great achievement as it was the first time any of our girls would have played 7 a side games. Thanks to everyone who travelled up on the day. Our County semi finals are fixed and details will be given at training.
Our County girls were also in Dublin for the All Ireland Blitz. Tipperary B team captained by Niamh Ryan got knocked out by Offaly A after great wins over Kilkenny and Down. Our A team got all the way to the All Ireland Final after matches against Dublin, Limerick, Wexford and Galway in the semi-final.  We played Wexford in the Final. Tipp started really well but went in behind at H-T. The second half was very tight but we got back in to the game and got back level in injury time with an excellent 50 metre pressure free by Grace O’Brien. The game went on and a Wexford attack was cleared for a 45 which they converted with the last puck of the ball. All the Nenagh girls performed brilliant on the day and also throughout the whole year. This panel has won 6 finals this year and lost in 3 more. Well done to Anna Dillion Alicia Hanlon Clodagh Ryan Grace O’Brien Lisa Darcy Rachel Spillane Sarah Quigley and Niamh Ryan who were part of the panels throughout the year. Also thanks to Martin Ryan, Mary Murphy and manager Mike Ryan for looking after the teams. Thanks to all the parents who travelled to support the girls and Nenagh u/13 team who also came down to support us.
U/16’s:  Times of training are being sent out by text.

Minors: The U/18 championship is to continue this weekend.

Junior B: Our Junior team will continue to train this week and times will be sent out by text. We have to play Portroe in our last group game and we also have a great chance of making the County Semi-final. Please keep up the good work.