All roads lead to Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary Town next Saturday, May 11 at 3.45pm for the Under 14C Munster Championship ladies football Final. Our squad of girls have been competing with true spirit and have thrilled their supporters/families with some magnificent football in the Championship to date.
Clare are our opponents this coming weekend in what promises to be an encounter to savour. Tipperary have met Clare before in this Championship in Kildysart, Co. Clare and Tipperary overcame them by a point in a thrilling game, 5-6 to 5-5. We would ask for your continued support for these girls in their quest for Munster Glory. Best of luck to the girls and Mark, Pat, Siobhan, Georgina and Liz who have guided them to ‘Final’ day...
Tipperary Under 16 Championship
On Friday, May 3 the Under 16B Final Mullinahone v Cappawhite took place in Boherlahan. It was a very entertaining game and Mulllinahone defeated Cappawhite. Over in Bansha the Under 16C Final was taking place between Brian Borus and Boherlahan, Boherlahan took the silverware here in a thrilling game. The other three finals take place on May 6, for results check www.tipperaryladiesfootball.ie
Munster Post Primary Ladies Gaelic Football First Year Blitz
The annual Munster Post Primary Ladies Gaelic Football First year blitz was hosted in Mallow GAA complex on Wednesday May 1st. Even though the sun didn’t shine the pitches were ablaze with future stars with forty four Post Primary Schools competing. Tipperary was represented by Colaiste Dun Iascaigh (Cahir), Loreto Convent School (Clonmel), St. Ailbe’s (Tipperary Town), St. Anne’s (Tipperary Town), Rockwell College, Cashel. St. Ailbe’s and St. Anne’s Schools, Tipperary Town entered two teams each into the blitz and St. Ailbe’s were rewarded with their two teams winning their competitions. St. Anne’s B team won their category and Rockwell College also won their section. A great day for Tipperary Ladies Football.