Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Senior news:

Tipperary: Congratulations to both the Tipperary senior and minor sides who both captured Munster crowns at the weekend and especially to Barry Heffernan, Daire Quinn and Andrew Coffey who are part of the senior set up. Jake Morris played an exceptional game in the minor decider bagging a personal tally of 1-4 and received the player of the match award also. Best wishes to the county under-21 side who open their Munster championship campaign this Thursday evening with a clash against Limerick in Semple Stadium at 19:30. Andrew Coffey, Conor Ryan and Barry Heffernan are all part of the panel. 

Minor: Best of luck to our minor side who face Roscrea this Wednesday evening at 19:30 in Toomevara. The lads have been working extremely hard in training in recent weeks and would really appreciate your support.

Juvenile News:

Under 6: U6 training continued on Saturday in great numbers and with great excitement as the Liam McCarthy cup was present in the field on the day. It proved to be a very memorable and enjoyable day for our youngest hurlers and we would like to sincerly thank one of our dedicated u6 coaches, Niall Cahill, who managed to secure the cup to make this special day possible. Training continues on Wednesday at 5:15pm and Saturday at 10am.

Under 8: U8s had a great day Saturday with the visit of Liam McCarthy many thanks to Niall Cahill for bringing him over, he will hopefully be staying a while longer come September!!

Under 12: Our U12 "A" team had a great win against Ballina on Thursday night on a score of 5-15 to 1-1 They now await to see who they will meet in the Quarter Final. Our U12 "D" team had a good win on Fri. night in Moneygall and will play their final group match against Kilruane  this Friday night in Cloughjordan. 

Under 16: Our U16 hurlers lost out to a strong Lorrha Rovers combination in the first round of the championship on Monday night last on a score lione of 1-14 to 1-4. The lads travel to Puckane to take on Kildangan in round 2 on this Monday night at 6.30pm.

Huge congratulations to Tipp Seniors and Minors on their Munster double wins from the Nenagh Éire Óg Juvenile Club. Well done to Barry and Daire, and our Minor hero Jake Morris on his Man of The Match award from all of your youngest clubmates!

Camogie News:

Under-8 & under-10: Both these panels have county blitzes to play this month and mentors will be in touch with the details.

Under-12: We played two games in the last week against Roscrea and Burgess and were successful in both. Well done ladies.

Under-13: We face Knockavilla Kickhams on Monday 11th July in Dundrum. Best of luck.

Under-16: We travel to Newport on Monday to play Newport/Ballinahinch/Moneygall in the opening round of the summer league. Best of luck girls.

Bag Packing: Thanks to everyone who helped out with bag packing at the weekend, the staff in Tesco who were so welcoming and helpful and to all who so kindly donated.

Tipperary: Well done to manager Greg Browne and players Caroline Browne and Niamh Sheridan who were part of the county under-16 side which drew with Cork in the opening round of the All Ireland championship on Friday evening. Hard luck to Meaghan Morris and Ella Carey who travelled to Dublin for a blitz at the weekend and lost the final to Cork by one point. And best wishes to the county intermediate side who play the Munster semi final this week. Rachel Maher, Grace O Brien, Ruth Hassett, Hazel McAuliffe, Sarah Quigley, Maeve Coffey and Alanna Morris are all involved.