Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Senior Hurling: Best of luck to our Senior Hurlers, who begin the 2017 County Championship this Sunday against Kilruane MacDonaghs in Toomevara at 3:30pm.. The club would encourage as many as possible to make the short journey on Saturday to support the lads. The club would like to acknowledge and thank Nenagh man Kieran O’Meara and his son Brian, proprietors of Rody Bolands, Rathmines, Dublin for their sponsorship of our senior team this year. A passionate Nenagh Éire Óg man, Kieran went to school in Nenagh and played underage with the club, before moving to Dublin. He set up Rody Bolands in Rathmines in 1994 and since then it has become a favourite meeting point for all Tipperary supporters in Dublin.

Minor Hurling: Our Minor Hurlers ran out 4-24 to 2-08 winners over Lorrha-Rovers in our second game in this years North Championship. It is expected to be a while before our next game, as the competition takes a break for the Leaving Cert.

Under 8's: U8s had our first blitz of the year in Kildangan on Saturday morning, great turnout and great days hurling had by all. Thank you to Kildangan for hosting the blitz. Football training continues on Tuesday at 6pm and hurling on Wednesday at 5:15pm.

Under 12's: Both our 12 teams had good wins over Borrisoleigh on Friday last which puts both teams in a semi final spot. Training continues as usual  this week.

Under 14's: Our U14 footballers overturned a seven point first half deficit to emerge victorious against a skilful Ballinahinch/Templederry side on a score line of 3-06 to 3-03 on Tuesday, April 18th. Well done to the boys on such a hard fought win. Our next football championship match sees us face North U14 Féile football champions Burgess at 6.30pm in Kilcolman on Wednesday, April 26th.

Under 16's: Our U16 footballers secured a vital draw against Kilruane on Monday to secure a semi-final place against Inane Rovers this Monday 24th in Roscrea at 7pm.

Special word of thanks to Kevin Mulryan with his help coaching the U16 footballers.

Well done to all of the boys and girls, volunteers and Tipp Coaching and Development for making such a great success of our Easter GAA Camp.