Weekly Notes 4th July 202204 Jul 2022
Fixtures & Results
Thurles Credit Union Junior C Hurling Championship
On Saturday the 2nd of July our Junior C hurlers had a magnificent win over neighbours Thurles Sarsfileds in Cuguilla as they bid to retain their Mid Title. A scoreline of 5-7 to 4-16 in a high scoring entertaining game saw us run out 6 point winners.
Thurles Credit Union Junior A Hurling championship Div 1
Our Junior hurlers travel to Boherlahan on Friday the 8th of July to take on Boherlahan Dualla. The throw in time is 7:30pm.
Tipp Coiste na nOg U17C FB 2022
Our under 17s had a commanding victory over neighbours Thurles Gaels on Friday the 1st of July in Cuguilla in the Under 17c County Semi-Final. JK Brackens overcame Portroe in the other Semi-Final. The final is scheduled for this evening Monday 4th of July in Holycross. Best of luck to team and management in the final.
Noel McGrath Interview
Noel McGrath recently sat down with Ladies Football legend Cora Staunton for Extra.ie’s Stronger with Sport podcast. In the podcast Noel talks about his career and battles on and off the pitch. The podcast can be heard on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or by following this link.
Club Lotto Results
Numbers Drawn 1-3-10-21
No Jackpot Winner
Lucky Dip Winners €40
- Stephen Ryan Tinvoher
- Liam Eviston Wexford
- Josie Ryan Loughmore
- Michael Coonan C/O Kathleen Cleary
Promoters Draw – Fr P Corbett
JACKPOT NEXT WEEK 6,050
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A win against Cork in Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday the 2nd of July was not enough for Tipperary to progress to the knockout stages of this year’s Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship. A magnificent performance saw Tipp gain the upper hand over Cork for the first time in many years but unfortunately results elsewhere saw the county lose out on score difference. No doubt Aoife, Eimear, Niamh, and Mairead will be looking to push on next year and go one better.
A determined and spirited Tipperary minor team clinched All-Ireland victory in UPMC Nowlan Park, Kilkenny on Sunday 3rd of July. A last gasp goal against Offaly saw the Premier County bring home the Irish Press Cup for the 21st time. A heartwarming end to an otherwise disappointing inter county season for the county surely bodes well for the future with such talent coming through. Congrats to players on management for a remarkable year.
Tipperary GAA Scene
Check out all the latest happenings in the GAA scene in Tipperary this week here.