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North Tipperary Coiste na nÓg notes – June 30th 2014

U12 Hurling
The U12 championship pool stages have almost concluded with semi and quarter final pairings down for decision this week following a small number of outstanding matches.

In A grade, the final pool game between Kilruane & Kildangan this week will decide who goes straight to the semi or who must play the quarter. It may even require a play off, but all will be revealed this week. In any event Roscrea are guaranteed a semi spot.

In B, Lorrha & Borrisoleigh must meet again in a play off to decide who goes straight to the semi as they finished level on points. Silvermines also go straight through. The quarter final’s will be fixed at the CCC meeting this week.

In C, Templederry are looking good with one round remaining. This week will see Templederry v Shannon Rvrs, Ballinahinch v Roscrea 2 and Ballina 2 v Moneygall. Newport are finished the pool stage with 4 pts.

D Grade pool stages are complete already with Toomevara second team and Roscrea third team making the semis. The remaining four teams will contest the quarters finals which will be announced this week.

U14 Hurling
The A championship began last week and saw Kildangan beat Toomevara 3-5 to 0-6 and Roscrea overcoming Silvermines 0-7 to 0-5. This week we have Roscrea V Nenagh and Kildangan v Silvermines. Meanwhile in B Grade, last week we saw wins for Borrisileigh,Shannon Rvrs, Newport Gaels, Kilruane and Moneygall/Templetuohy. This week will see Borrisokane v Shannon Rvrs, Lorrha v Burgess, Borrisoleigh v Kilruane, Monegall/Templetuohy v Newpor Gaels and Portroe v Ballina. Borrisileigh remain the table toppers after Rd 6.

U16 Hurling
The A championship begins next Mon ( 7th) and will see Toomevara v Kilruane, Kildangan v Roscrea and Newport Gaels v Nenagh whilst the B championship begins this week with Portroe v Ballina, Silvermines v Borrisokane, Moneygall v Burgess and Shannon Rvrs v Borrisileigh.

U16 Football.
Commiserations go to Toomevara who were defeated in the U16B county final last week whilst we wish the best of luck to Newport Gaels who will meet Clonmel Commercials next Wednesday evening in the A Co Final.

Feile Peil
Congratulations to Newport Gaels who put in some fine performances in the National Feile Peil tournament last weekend in Connaught. Hosted by Kilmovee from Mayo, Newport Gaels played Kiltimagh, St Nicholas in Tourlestrane and Kilmovee at home in the pool stages, winning all three games well. Then then met Leitrim side from Fenagh in the quarter finals narrowly losing by 1-7 to 0-7. Fenagh then went on the win the competition. North Tipp CNG would like to thank Newport & Ballinahinch for representing the Division and indeed County Tipperary with pride.