Divisional Finals in Senior Hurling Championship
It was a busy weekend last weekend with plenty of games taking place throughout the county. We had Divisional finals in the Mid, South & West with the North already decided. In the Mid we had both divisional senior finals in hurling and football played at the same venue, Holycross. In hurling holders Drom & Inch had one point to spare over a gallant effort by Upperchurch – Drombane with the final score 1-16 to 1-15 . In senior football we had the meeting of JK Brackens and Moyne –Templetuohy with JK Brackens defeating Moyne/Templetuohy by 0-17 to 0-11 after extra time, Brackens needed a late free in normal time to bring the sides level at 0-10 to 0-10 .In the South Mullinahone defeated Killenaule by 2-11 to 2-8 and in the West Eire Og Annacarty retained their title defeating Clonoulty-Rossmore by 1-14 to 0-9.
Clean Ireland Recycling County Senior Hurling Championship
There were three games played in the Clean Ireland Recycling county senior hurling championship last weekend with two of the games played in Templemore last Saturday evening. In the first game Loughmore – Castleiney county champions defeated Toomevara by 1-19 to 2-13 and in the second game Thurles Sarsfields had a comfortable win over Portroe winning the game by 0-27 to 0-6 In the third game played in Nenagh Borrisoleigh defeated Silvermines by 1-25 to 0-19.
Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Last 16 Draw
The draw for the Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Last 16 was made and is as follows :
Saturday October 11th
Clonoulty/Rossmore v Eire Og Annacarty at 3:30pm in Golden
Sunday October 12th
Loughmore-Castleiney v Ballina at 1:30pm in Toomevara
Borris-Ileigh v Burgess at 3:00pm in Toomevara
Kildangan v Lorrha at 2:00pm in MacDonagh Park Nenagh
Nenagh Eire Og v Kilruane MacDonaghs at 3:30pm in MacDonagh Park Nenagh
Moycarkey-Borris v Templederry Kenyons at 2:30pm in Semple Stadium Thurles
Drom & Inch v Thurles Sarsfields at 4:00pm in Semple Stadium Thurles
Killenaule v Mullinahone at 3:00pm in Clonmel Sportsfield
Extra time to be played if necessary in all games
Clean Ireland Recycling County Junior A Hurling Championship
The quarter –finals of the Clean Ireland Recycling county Junior A hurling championship were played last weekend. On Saturday in the Ragg Nenagh Eire Og came out on top against Knockavilla Kickhams by 2-18 to 0-8 in the first game and in the second game Clonoulty – Rossmore vs Kildangan had to go to extra-time to decide a winner with Kildangan emerging winners by 1-20 to 0-19. St Patricks scored 3 goals to beat Drom & Inch by 3-11 to 0-15 and Skeheenarinky defeated Thurles Sarsfields by 1-18 to 3-10.
Clean Ireland Recycling Intermediate & Junior Hurling Championship Fixtures
The draws for the Clean Ireland Recycling Intermediate & Junior Hurling Championship knockout stages have been made. See below the fixtures for next weekend.
Clean Ireland Recycling County Intermediate Hurling Championship Preliminary Quarter Finals
Saturday October 11th
Arravale Rovers V Holycross/Ballycahill at 2:00pm in Leahy Park Cashel
St Mary’s Clonmel V Rockwell Rovers at 3:30pm in Leahy Park Cashel
Newport V Lattin-Cullen Gaels at 2:00pm in Pairc Ciocaim
Ballinahinch V Moyle Rovers at 3:30pm in Pairc Ciocaim
Clean Ireland Recycling County Junior “A” Hurling Championship Semi-Final
Nenagh Éire Óg V St Patrick’s at 2:00pm in Holycross
Kildangan V Skeheenarinky at 3:30pm in Holycross
Clean Ireland Recycling County Junior A Football Championship
Ballingarry qualified for the semi-final of the Junior A football championship with a win over JK Brackens defeating them by 3-12 to 1-6 . Joining Ballingarry in the semi-final are Sean Treacy’s who beat Shannon Rovers by 2-8 to 1-6 and Inane Rovers who defeated Rosegren by 2-7 to 0-10.
GAA.ie Hurling Team of the Championship
Congratulations to the following Tipperary players who have been picked on the GAA.ie Hurling Team of the championship. The team is picked based on inter-county championship performances only, and the team is picked to reflect performances from the entire summer.
Darren Gleeson ( goals ), Brendan Maher (right half –back ), Patrick Maher (centre-forward),John O’Dwyer (left half-forward and Séamus Callanan (full-forward).
Bord Gáis Energy U21 Team of the Year.
Congratulations to Cathal Barrett( Holycross- Ballycahill) and to Jason Forde ( Silvermines ) who have been nominated for the Bord Gáis Energy U21 Team of the Year. Cathal has been nominated in the full backs and Jason in the full forward positions. The Team of the Year will be announced on Monday, 6th of October on www.BGEU21.ie. All winning recipients of the Bord Gáis Energy Team of the Year will be invited to pick up their award at a ceremony in Croke Park on Saturday, 11th of October. The award show will be televised live on TG4 at 8.30pm. In addition to the Team of the Year presentations, the Bord Gáis Energy Player of the Year award will be presented in both the ‘A’ and the ‘B’ championships and the Bord Gáis Energy Score of the Year award will be announced on the evening.
Official Launch of Tipperary Post Primary Schools Competitions 2014/15
The official launch of the 2014/2015 Tipperary Post Primary Schools G.A.A. Competitions.
was held in Lár na Pairce, Thurles, on Thursday October 2nd 2014 and there was a very large attendance present, On the night, details and dates for all competitions were presented, along with the new “twitter” account for Tipperary P.P. schools. There was also an excellent presentation on “Player Welfare” which was presented by PJ Maher.
Dr. Harty Cup Senior A Hurling Round 1
The first round of the Dr. Harty Cup Senior A hurling competition took place last Wednesday October 1st with four Tipperary schools in action. Thurles CBS had a comprehensive victory over St Flannans 5-26 to 0-6,however the other three Tipperary schools Our Lady’s Templemore, Nenagh CBS and HS Clonmel all suffered defeats ,PS Youghal 2-15 Our Ladys Templemore 2-13,Hamilton High School Bandon 4-10 Nenagh CBS 2-13 and Dungarvan CBS 2-11 HS Clonmel 0-7.
Gaelic Writers Association Awards 2014
Congratulations to Michael Dundon who was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award on Friday, October 3rd at the 2014 Cadbury Gaelic Writers’ Association Awards at the Jackson Court Hotel in Dublin. Michael one of the country’s longest-serving GAA journalists, enjoyed a long and distinguished career with the Tipperary Star newspaper from 1963 until his retirement four years ago. As a player, Michael was a member of the successful Thurles Sarsfields sides of the late sixties and early seventies, while he co-wrote ‘Rattler’ – the very successful biography of Mickey Rattler Byrne which was published two years ago.
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Sean Gael Awards
The committee organising the Sean Gael awards have decided on November 23 as the date for the presentation of the awards in the Dome, Semple Stadium. Hurlers, footballers, handballers, camogie players and ladies football players, who are over 70 years of age and have contributed significantly to their sport, are eligible to be honoured. Eight individuals from each division will be selected. The committee members are John Costigan, Seamus J. King, Noel Morris, Seamus McCarthy and Sean Nugent.
G.A.A. Memorabilia Fair
Lár na Pairce are organising a G.A.A. Memorabilia Fair on Sunday November 30 from 12-4 pm in Thurles Sarsfields Social Centre. The fair will give customers a chance to browse and search a large selection of match programs, club histories, hurling football and camogie publications as well as other G.A.A. material. Collectors and sellers are cordially invited to attend the event where, it is hoped, they will find plenty of material to interest them. Stands will be available for renting and anybody so interested should contact either Seamus J. King, 087-2246245 or Liam Ó Donncha, 086-6036547 before November 27.
Friends of Tipperary Football- Bingo Cancelled
Due to unforseen circumstances the Friends of Tipperary Football have decided to cancel their bingo fundraiser planned for the Dome in Semple Stadium on Sunday next October 12th. The ‘Friends’ apologise to patrons for any inconvenience caused. An alternative date for the event will be decided upon by the organisers, and full details will be announced in due course.
Tipperary GAA Members Weekly Draw 2014 / 2015 – October Results
The Tipperary GAA Members Draw for October 2014/2015 was held Friday, 3rd October in Phelan’s Bar, Roscrea and congratulations to the following who won the main prizes in the draw and we congratulate all who won prizes.
|1||Skoda Octavia or €15,000||R110||JK Brackens||Freda Bourke||Blakefield Toomevara|
|2||Skoda Fabia or €10,000||H865||Portroe||William Gleeson||Glencrue Portroe Nenagh|
Meán Fómhair 2014-10-05
Tá sé in am do na clubanna ar fud an chontae luí isteach arís ar imeachtaí Scór. It is that time of the year again to begin to organise Scór activities in your clubs/divisions. Tús maith leath na hoibre and Coiste Scór an Chontae would like to encourage you all idir óg is aosta to take the floor and showcase the wonderful talent that has brought so much enjoyment and success to Tipperary and beyond over the years.
A review of scholarships will take place shortly.All recipients of Scholarships in 2014 are requested to complete the review and return to Lár na Pairce as soon as possible. Cabhróidh sé go mór linn athbhreithniú a dhéanamh ar an gCóras mar atá.
Comórtas na nGael
Details of a national competition Comórtas na nGael will be sent to all clubs in the coming week for your consideration.Is comórtas é seo do chlubanna CLG a bhaineann le forbairt na Gaeilge sa chlub. Comórtas don chlub is fear ag caomhnú agus ag cothú na Gaeilge a bheidh ann agus tá súil ag Coiste an Chontae go mbeidh an comórtas á phlé ag cruinnithe den chlub go luath.
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The closing date for this competition has been extended to Friday 10th October.Details still on Tipperary Gaa .
The Tipperary GAA County Board would like to send their condolences to the Leahy family on the death of former Tipperary player Rory Leahy. A nephew of the late Paddy Leahy and brother of Seamus Leahy (Clonmel), Rory played against Clare in the first round of the minor hurling championship in 1942 but the championship was abandoned due to wartime restrictions and was not resumed until 1945. He was under age for the two years during which no championship was held.
In 1943 Rory was on the Munster Colleges team which won the All-Ireland and in the same year he was on the Tipperary senior team which won the 4 Counties League, a competition which was intended to give counties some games at a time when the National League had been discontinued. In 1944 he was again on the Tipp team which won the same competition. In 1946 he was on the Tipp team which beat Galway in the Monaghan Cup in London.
We extend our sympathy toSimon Moroney, Rúnaí / Priómh-Oifigeach Munster Council on the death of his mother- in-law Bridie Carney RIP, and all the Carney family and friends.
May they both Rest In Peace.
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