Weekly Notes 21st May 202221 May 2022
Civic Reception Video
Footage of our civic reception from Tipperary County Council available on YouTube.
Thanks again to everyone at Tipperary County Council for a very enjoyable night and a great honour.
Check it out here: https://youtu.be/6N45z9k6h3Y
Our hurlers traveled to St Michael’s Park Toomevara on Sunday the 15th of May in the Division 1 County Hurling League. This was the final game in the competition for our heavily depleted senior hurling squad. We lost out on the day of a scoreline of 4-22 to 2-19.
This morning our hurlers travel to Dolla to take part in the 3rd annual Gerard Grace Memorial Tournament hosted by Silvermines GAA club. This is an 11 a side hurling tournament and will feature the hosts, ourselves, Templederry, Millinahone, and Shinrone. The first game throws in at 11am and games will follow throughout the day. All proceeds to North Tipp Hospice.
On Sunday the 22nd of May our footballers will take on Gale Rovers/ St Pecaun’s in Cuguilla at 12pm. This is the final group game in the County Football League Division 2.
Club Lotto Results
No. Drawn 10-14-22-27
No Jackpot Winner
Lucky Dip Winners €40
1. Sean McGrath Loughmore Village
2. Joe O’ Connell Loughmore Village
3. Shelia Nolan Leugh
4. Patricia Cullen Ballknockane
Promoters Draw – Pat Cullen
JACKPOT NEXT WEEK €5150
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This morning our nursery begins in Cuguilla for kids born in 2017 and 2018. If you have kids in this age bracket see the flyer above for details and bring them along to start their GAA journey.
On Sunday at 4pm in FBD Semple Stadium Tipperary take on Cork in the final Munster Round Robin game. A win for Tipperary may not be enough to progress. They will need to beat Cork and rely on Clare to beat Waterford. After that score difference will come into play. Hopefully Noel and the lads can get the job done. Brian is named on the bench for the game.
On Thursday night the Tipp minor footballers lost out to Cork in the Munster Minor Semi-Final. Our own Eoin O’Connell started the game at wing back with Shane Hennessy part of the coaching ticket. It was a disappointing end to what has been a great year for the team. The Daryl D’arcy cup win previously gives us good hope for the future of this squad.
Today at 5pm in the Ragg Tipperary begin their All-Ireland Camogie Championship journey as they welcome Clare for the 3rd meeting of the two sides in 4 weeks. Aoife McGrath is named at centre back for Tipp while Niamh Treacy, Mairead Eviston, and Eimear McGrath start the game from the bench.
Tipperary GAA Scene
Check out all the latest happenings in the GAA scene in Tipperary this week here.