Weekly Notes 28th May 202228 May 2022
On Sunday the 22nd of May our footballers welcomed Gale Rovers/ St Pecaun’s to Cuguilla at 12pm. This was the final group game in the County Football League Division 2. We lost on a scoreline of 0-10 to 2-6.
Last Saturday our hurlers traveled 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 featured the hosts, ourselves, Templederry, Millinahone, and Shinrone. A great day was had although we failed to reach the final. Templederry Kenyons were the eventual winners. All proceeds were to North Tipp Hospice.
On Saturday the 28th our footballers head to Moyne Templetouhy in the Mid Tipperary Jim & Anne Kennedy Junior B Football Championship. Throw in is 7:30pm
Club Lotto Results
Numbers Drawn 12-27-16-23
No Jackpot Winner
Hamper Winner: Peader Caudy
Lucky Dip Winners €40
- Mgr Maurice Dooley Loughmore
- 2. Sean Everard Templetuohy
- 3. Eamonn Grey Templemore
- 4. Kevin Kelly Loughmore
Promoters Draw – Joe Ryan
JACKPOT NEXT WEEK €5,300
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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 took on Cork in the final Munster Round Robin game. A game that started with great promise as Tipperary jumped to an early lead eventually began to slip away from them as the Rebels took hold of the game and ran out winners. This ends the Tipp senior’s involvement in this year’s championship.
On Sunday the 29th the Tipperary senior footballers will travel to Carlow for their first ever game in the Tailteann Cup. Willie Eviston and Sean O’Connell are named to start with Liam McGrath, Tommy Maher, and Conor Ryan on the bench. The game throws in at 2pm.
Last Saturday in the Ragg Tipperary began their All-Ireland Camogie Championship journey as they welcomed Clare for the 3rd meeting of the two sides in 4 weeks. Another tight game between the two sides saw the spoils shared. Aoife McGrath started at centre back for Tipp while Niamh Treacy, Mairead Eviston, and Eimear McGrath start the game from the bench. Mairead came on as an early substitute for her first game in several months. Both Eimear and Niamh also saw action. This week they travel to Parnell Park on Saturday to take on Dublin. Both Aoife and Mairead are named at 6 and 7 respectively with Niamh and Eimear on the bench.
Tipperary GAA Scene
Check out all the latest happenings in the GAA scene in Tipperary this week here.