The club launched its first Clonmel Commercials Sports Prediction competition this weekend with ten sporting events including Leading Jockey at Cheltenham, World Snooker Champion, Wimbledon Men’s single winner culminating in September with the All Ireland Senior Hurling Champions. Tickets are available from all Committee members and players in the coming week at a very reasonable price of €10. First 250 tickets are kindly sponsored by Paddy Power Bookmakers with a free betting voucher for €5. Closing date for entry is Friday, March 8. Now is the time to test your sporting prowess and knowledge.
Clonmel Got’s talent
The first weekend of competition produced a huge number of entries in the primary school section with some very high classed acts. There are 2 semi-finals fixed for February 23 and March 2 with the final scheduled for March 9.
The senior team have their first game of the year next Sunday, February 17 in the County League away to Éire Óg Anacarthy. Best of luck to Tommy Morrissey and his team of mentors, on their endeavours for the coming year. No official notification received, so time and venue to be confirmed.
The South U21 championship commences this weekend. The team are due to play Anner Gaels on Saturday. Time and venue to be confirmed
The County Minor league starts next Sunday with an away fixture against Ardfinnan. No official notification received, so time to be confirmed. This is a 5 team group with the top two teams to qualify for the final. The other three teams are Anner Gaels, Arravale Rovers and Moyle Rovers.
To all players from 18 years and younger, please note that gum shields are compulsory to take part in training and matches. No excuses permitted.
To all players, officials and supporters, please note that membership is now due
Family - €35.00, Adult - €30.00 and Juvenile - €150.00
The club wishes to extend its sympathies to club President John McNamara and family on the death of his sister Mary O’Grady, Dublin and late of “Clareville”, Prior Park, Clonmel.
Deepest sympathies to the Gearon family on the death of Johnny Gearon, Oliver Plunkett Terrace, Clonmel.
“Ar dheis de go raibh a h-anam dilis”