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Fr Sheehys Club Notes – Jan 22nd

2017 Championship
In Junior hurling we have been drawn in group A with  Fethard, Clonmel Og and  Skeheenarinky. There are 3 groups of 4 teams with 3 from each group to qualify for the quarter finals/play off.
In Intermediate Football there are 7 teams so we have 6 games with the top 4 making the semi-finals.
Lotto
 9,11,14,28. (Jan 16th)
Not won, 3 match 3’s €50 each
Alana Keogh Burncourt
James Wyse Clogheen
Emmet O’Brien Perth
Jan 23rd jackpot is €6900 in Butlers Bar Burncourt.
Coaches
Entry level ( award 1 ) coaching courses are being planned and we are looking for numbers. Names please to Mag Carroll or hit the email link on top of Fr Sheehys Facebook page. Please indicate whether you want to take the Award 1 Child ( U6, 8, 10 & 12 coach) or the Award 1 Youth ( U 14, 16, 18 coach) course.
Season tickets
The GAA season ticket remains on sale until the 1st round of the league is complete. League round fixtures are also on sale with pre match day discounts.Details on gaa.ie/seasonticket
Referees
Training courses for beginners starting in Thurles on Jan 26th. Contact a club official if you are interested. We encourage participants and will support those that are interested.
Ladies football
Best of luck to the Brian Borus ladies, Mairead Morrissey, Trisha Hickey, Jennifer Grant, Eimear Myles, Caomihe Condon, and the county team & management for the upcoming league campaign starting with Wexford on Jan 29th.
Quote
Parents note “You don’t scream at your kid when they learn to read or write so why do it when they are learning to play football” Sean Dyche
Social media
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Paddy is your run of the mill, mild mannered lad from Tipperary. His love for sport and competing has brought him to Vienna and Padova as well as many other places to take part in marathons. Paddy loves writing about local politics and current affairs as well as claiming to be a sports guru. Paddy set up the Tipperary Times to bring fresh relevant information to the people of Tipperary and those who have left the green pastures of the Premier County but still want to know whats happening at home.