MOYCARKEY BORRIS GAA CLUB NOTES 25th/05/19
Our Junior team had a good win over Carrick Davins on Saturday evening in Littleton.
Best wishes to all our senior members sitting their leaving cert examinations
Membership for 2019 season is now open .It can be paid to Senior club Chairman Joe Moran or Juvenile club registrar Mary Shelly. The membership rates are as follows Juvenile 30,Minor 30 ,Adult player 50,Family (2 adults and 2 boys) 70 euros. Note each additional boy is 15.Non players/Mentors 40 euros.
Commisserations to both our 14 teams that where defeated in both their mid semi finals by JK Brackens and Gaels respectively.
Our 16 hurlers were defeated in the Shield final of the 7s tournament.Thanks to Holycross for their hospitality .
Moycarkey Borris ladies Camogie and Football
U12s… In football team 1 won their match v St Pats in Littleton on Tuesday last. Our second team had a bye this week.Thanks to St Brigids Rathdowney who travelled to Littleton on camoige challenge on Thursday evening.
Congrats to our 14 girls who qualified for the county camoige final against Fethard.They overcame a very strong Ballybacon side in the semi final with a point to spare after extra time.
Pride of place has to go to our ladies who defeated Templemore to win the Div 2 Football County final.The girls played some great football and Marie Kinnane accepted the trophy on behalf of the team.
This Saturday Darmodys bar are holding a table quiz to raise funds for the under 14 Feile camoige team that will travel to Cork in June to represent Tipperary in Feile 2019.The quiz will be followed by music and a raffle.Table of 4 is 20 euro..Please come out and support the girls.
Thanks to everyone who supported the bingo and to all those that helped out in any way.
Tipperary County Board draw
This years county board draw was launched wiith the next draw taking place in June with amazing prizes to be won each month.The draw raises vital funds for running the club annually and we would appreciate your support.For more information please contact cocordinater Margaret Ryan