The Junior “B” Football team lost their first outing to Fethard and are in action this Wednesday evening in Davin Park against Mullinahone.
Those who ordered tickets for the Tipperary V Limerick game on Sunday please contact Michael Dempsey on 087 6188237 to arrange collection as soon as possible.
We congratulate Bill and David on their part in Tipperary’s victory in the Minor Football Semi Final last week in Cork. Another incredible performance now sees the team reach a second Munster final in a row. Great to see our own Carol Gibbs and Micheal Martin, leader of Fianna Fail sitting beside each other and chatting throughout the match, despite being on opposite sides. Micheal’s son lined out in the Cork goal and no doubt Carol used the opportunity to give valued advice to Micheal on all matters relating to politics. The U/12 panel of players travelled to the game, sporting their Club colours, to lend their support.
The U/8 page is now updated on the website so log in for further information.
Kilcash NS played Dualla in the Cumann na mBunscoil hurling competition. Conditions were difficult, however, Jack O’Gorman got Kilcash off to a good start with a well taken goal. Sean Martin was causing problems for Dualla, and he scored four points in the first half, two from frees. The Kilcash defence of Cathal Kelly, Billy Murphy, and goalkeeper Aaron Dempsey and John O’Dwyer in midfield kept Dualla scoreless in the first half. Dualla had two goals in quick succession after the interval. Sean Martin responded with 2-1 from play. John O’Dwyer drove forward from midfield and scored a goal as Sean Martin added 1-1. Emmet Butler had the final say when he flicked a low shot to the net. Andrew Butler, Jack O’Loughlin and Tommy Mullins also played their part in this victory. The final score was Kilcash NS 6-6, Dualla NS 3-0.
Calling all young boys and girls from U/8 upwards to the Kilsheelan GAA field on Tuesday, May 29, at 7.15pm. As well as all the usual competitions there will be some novelty events!
KILLURNEY SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB
On Saturday, May 26, an evening walk will take place to historic sites in the Killurney area. This country ramble of about three kilometers is being jointly organised by the Club and the Fethard Historical Society. The walk, commencing from Killurney Old School at 7.15pm, will take in the Motte at Ballyboe, Templetney Church and the site of old Killurney Church. The story of the murder of Edmond Madden while he was working in Killurney woods at 6am on July 9, 1847 will be recounted.
This walk will be partly along farm roadways, pasture fields and over one low ditch so do wear strong country shoes or even wellingtons if the weather is wet. It will last about two hours and tea and coffee will be served in Killurney Hall after. The cost is €E3 per adult with accompanied children going free. Further information, if required, can be got on 086 3905373.
KILCASH COMMUNITY CENTRE - SPONSORED WALK NEW DATE
The date of our annual sponsored walk has been brought forward from June 8 to Friday evening June 1. The five mile (approx) trek is, as usual, through the peaceful and quiet Kilcash wood and gets under way at 7.30pm. We look forward to the usual great support of the pupils, parents and teachers of Kilcash National School and we sincerely request the support of all in our community for this very important fund raiser for our Community Hall. Please give that support by sponsoring a walker and/or taking a sponsorship card and taking part. Sponsorship cards are available through the local school or from any member of the Hall committee. Check in at the Hall from 7.15pm on June 1.
KPLAN LADIES WALK/RUN
Just a few weeks to go for the ladies who are taking part in the Moyne fundraising run for the Centre. A regular group of ladies are now running every Tuesday night starting at 8pm, anyone wishing to join in are very welcome.
SCRAP METAL COLLECTION
Following the success of last year’s venture, it is hoped to have another scrap metal collection towards the end of June on the KPLAN site. More information in the weeks ahead.
- Two Tipperary players called up for Irish overseas rugby tours
- From politicans to Aussie outlaws - all at the Kelly clan gathering in Tipp
- Bobby Ryan’s body officially identified
- Clonmel Town praised for promotion of soccer on its 50th birthday
- Barlo Motors look with confidence to the future with Ford and Nissan Brands
- Tipperary meet Clare in ladies football u-14 ‘C’ Munster final
- Farmers urged to submit single farm payment form
- Clonmel Credit Union - the singular most important organisation to be established in Clonmel over the past 50 years’
- Clonmel-based school teacher dies in crash
- Death of former South Tipperary County Council member
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Weather for Clonmel
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 5 C to 12 C
Wind Speed: 21 mph
Wind direction: North west