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St. Mary’s Hurling Club

St. Mary’s Hurling Club

St Mary’s club is based on the Western Road, Clonmel. Founded in 1929, the club caters for players at all age levels in hurling and all underage levels in camogie.

The club, as always, welcomes new members.

At present, during winter months, indoor coaching takes place in the Dr Pat O’Callaghan Sports Complex, Cashel Rd.

Boys every Saturday:

Under 6s, 9.30 – 10.30; Under 8s, 10.30 – 11.30; Under 9s, 11.30 – 12.30; Under 10s, 12.30 – 1.30

Contact John Carew 086-8317591

Girls every Friday:

Under 6 & 8s, 4 – 5 pm; Under 10/12 & 14s, 5 – 6pm

Contact Siobhán Joyce 087-6673831

All children are trained by top class coaches, so if you have the next Tipperary hurling or Camogie superstar living under your roof, bring them along to training next Friday or Saturday!

All are welcome.

Helmets

In case you don’t know, the club subsidises helmets for all its players, and they can be purchased from John Carew for €35.

Congratulations

Well done to one of our stalwarts, Seamus Kennedy, who made his debut for the Tipperary Senior footballers in the team’s recent magnificent win against Cork in the McGrath Cup recently. Seamus is an outstanding player under both codes, as well as being a thoroughly nice young man!

County Board Draw

In the County Board Draw we had 2 winners over the last couple of weeks. Anthony Wall won €200 and Ann Lonergan won €500.
Sympathy

The club wishes to express its sympathy to the relatives of the late Nellie Cronin (nee Chester) who was buried last weekend.
Her brother Jimmy played minor for our club in 1958 and 1959. Her son Tony commenced playing in 1971 when he lined out for our U12 team and continued to play at all grades in our club, winning a South Senior Title in 1981. He also took charge of the Sports field for a number of years. May she Rest In Peace.