Tipperary Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Football and Ladies Football county finals were played over four days in various locations around the county over the last two weeks.
The finals ran with great success. Tipperary Allianz Cumann na mBunscol would like to thank all involved in the running of the finals including Drom & Inch, Cashel and Moycarkey G.A.A. clubs for allowing the use of pitches, co-ordinators, referees and everyone else involved in ensuring the smooth operation of all matches and an enjoyable day for all. The results of the finals are as follows:
Under 13 Football
A: Templemore beat St. Peter and Pauls; B: Gaelscoil Durlas beat Grange; C: Moycarkey beat Ballylooby; D: Knockavilla beat Gaelscoil Nenagh; E: Thomastown beat Borrisoeigh BNS; F: Lisnamrock beat Borrisokane; G: Lismackin beat Ballinree; H: Rossmore beat Lorrha; I: Burncourt beat Kilkeary
Under 11 Football
A: Carrick CBS beat Tipperary CBS; A1: Carrick CBS B beat Scoil Ailbhe B; B: Gaelscoil Durlas beat Cashel; B1: Gaelscoil Durlas B beat Cashel B; C: Rahealty beat Lisronagh; C1: Upperchurch B beat Rahealty B; D: Thomastown beat Corville; D1: Borrisoleigh BNS B beat Thomastown B; E: Leugh beat Rossmore; E1: Leugh B beat Loughmore B; F: Moneygall beat Tankerstown
Under 13 Ladies Football
A: Boherlahan beat Sisters of Charity; B: Rathkeevin beat Gaelscoil Durlas; C: Rosegreen beat St. Josephs Templemore; D: Anacarty beat Lissenhall; E: Mullinahone beat Bansha; F: Clonoulty beat Kilcash
Under 11 Ladies Football
A: Sisters of Charity beat Boherlahan; A1: Powerstown B beat Sisters of Charity B; B: Mount Bruis beat Rosegreen; C: Clerihan beat Moycarkey; C1: Corville B beat Ballylooby B; D: Thomastown beat Upperchurch
Congratulations to all schools involved. Schools are requested to email team photos and match reports for the various finals to Paudie Fahey (P.R.O. Football) at email@example.com. These will be published by local Tipperary newspapers and will be a great profile boost for all schools. Formatting details are outlined below.
After several queries on certain rules when playing in Cumann na mBunscol matches, a reminder was sent to schools in relation to play of the ball and square ball rules. For both football and ladies football at U-13 and U-11 only two plays of the ball are permitted, i.e. one hop and one solo OR two solos. In addition to this, schools are reminded that the square ball rule applies in Cumann na mBunscol matches. Finally, a reminder that girls can play on the boys football teams at U-11 and U-13 level but must follow boy’s rules.
Schools are reminded of the importance of mouthguards for all children participating in Cumann na mBunscol matches. All boys training for and playing Gaelic football must wear mouthguards at all times. Girls playing Ladies Football and training for Ladies Football are not obliged to wear mouthguards until the 1st of January 2014. However, girls playing football on boy’s teams will have to wear mouthguards from now. For P.E. lessons undertaken by the teacher or un-organised football sessions, such as at break times, it is at the discretion of the school as to whether mouthguards are to be used.