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November 7, 2018

Junior Football



Our junior footballers played local rivals Ballingarry last Sunday morning in their second game of the championship. The first half was a scrappy affair with both teams guilty of careless passing and wayward kicking however we were just shading it at half time on a scoreline of 1-5 to 6 points. The second half was a better display with only a point or 2 in it for most of the half until we got a second goal 10 minutes from time which gave us some breathing space and we managed to hold on and won on a scoreline of 2-9 to 12 points. The team was: Richie Needham, Kieran Clancy, Colm Dunne, Conor Barry,  Paddy Moroney, Cathal Mahoney, Shane Gorey, Paul Horan, Darren Meagher, Mark Slattery, Mark Mullally, Robbie Meagher,  John Moroney, Tony O'Brien, Nicky Kearney Subs: Conor Clancy, Darren Boland, Aidan Buckley, Willie O'Brien, Aaron Cronin, Ciarán Mockler, James Buckley



Minor hurling



Our minor hurlers played their first game of the championship last Wednesday week in Kilsheelan against Grangemockler/Ballyneale. Our lads started well and although they conceded 2 soft goals they were still leading at half time on a scoreline of 1-9 to 2-3. However that was as good as it got for us though as Grangemockler grabbed 3 second half goals in the space of ten minutes and ended up winners on a scoreline of 5-15 to 1-14. Team on the night was: Darren Boland, Barry Dwyer, Charlie Manton, Jack Purcell, Ciarán Mockler, Conor Clancy, Conor Gorey, Cathal Mahoney, Niall Keane, Jamie Broderick, Cameron Moynihan, Eoghan Hurley, Alex Donovan, Aidan Buckley, Shane Hannigan Subs: Nathan Costin, Conor Cuddihy, Steven O'Brien



Our minor hurlers played their second game of the championship last Wednesday evening in Mullinahone against Carrick Davins. After losing their first game a win here was vital to keep their chances of progressing alive. Our ability to score goals was the difference between the sides at the end as we won on a scoreline of 4-9 to 12 points. The team was: Darren Boland, Jack Purcell, Paul Moloney, Conor Gorey, Joey Noonan, Conor Clancy, Ciarán Mockler, Cathal Mahoney, Niall Keane, Conor Cuddihy, Charlie Manton, Jamie Broderick, Steven O Brien, Aidan Buckley, Alex O Donovan Subs Eoghan Hurley, Shane Hannigan



Junior B hurling



Our junior B hurlers played their third game last Saturday against Killenaule in Ballingarry. After 2 wins out of 2 our lads would have been full of confidence however they were facing the reigning champions of this competition who had a good few players who played senior hurling in the last few years. Their greater experience told in the end and Killenaule won easily on a scoreline of 7-20 to 5 points. The team was:Darren Boland, Ivan Brett, William O’Brien, Anthony Barry, Tommy Hayes, Richard Needham, Conor Gorey, Ciarán Mockler, Dermot Molloy, Mark Slattery, Aarron Cronin,Conor Cuddihy, Noel Brett, T.J. Noonan, James Buckley. Subs: Mark Fitzgerald, Kieran O’Brien, Tony Smith & Cameron Moynihan.Due to the death of his Uncle our regular goalkeeper Declan Ryan was unable to take his place between the sticks.On this Friday evening our Junior B Hurlers play Mullinahone in Ballingarry at 7.30pm.



Juvenile fixtures for this week



.On Mon 28th July our under 12 hurlers play Carrick Davins in Davin Park Carrick-on-Suir at 7.00 and on Friday 1st August they play Ballylooby/Fr. Sheehys at 7.00 in Clogheen.



On Monday 28th July our under 16 hurlers play Cahir at 7.00 in Cahir and on Monday 11th August they play Kilsheelan-Kilcash in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00. On Monday 18th August they play Grangemockler-Ballyneale in Grangemockler and on Monday 25thAugust they play Carrick Swans in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00.



On Thursday 24th July our under 14 hurlers play Davins in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00.



On Sunday 29th June our under 16 footballers got a walk over from Clonmel Óg in the South Tipperary Shield. They play the semi final against Cahir on Saturday 26th Julyat 12.00 in Ballylooby with the winners playing Clerihan or Kilsheelan-Kilcash in the final at 1.30 on the same day also in Ballylooby.



Next weekends All Ireland qualifiers games



The following are ticket details for Tipperary Hurling and Football fixtures w/ending July 27th; Sat July 26th: SF Qualifier in Tullamore Its unreserved seating with tickets €25 but €20 if purchased in advance of match day and juveniles (U16) are free. Sun July 27th: SH Quarter Final in Thurles Reserved Seating in both stands and terraces will only be opened if demand requires it. Prices as follows; All Stand = €30 Juvenile Family Ticket = €5 (must be accompanied by adult) Student/OAP Pay full price with €5 refund at designated stile with valid ID)Club Group Pass Packages Adult Groups @ €10 per stand ticket. Clubs must purchase a minimum of 15 tickets up to a maximum of 50 and the attached application must be sent from the club secretaries email address to the Croke Park ticket office tickets@gaa.ie Juvenile Groups @ €3 per juvenile stand ticket and 1 adult free with every 10. Attached application must be sent to tickets@gaa.ie from the club secs email addressTickets are on sale for both games through all the retail outlets or clubs can book an allocation from Lár na Pairce through their Divisional ticket co-ordinator.Tickets will only be allocated to those who place orders


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