Clonmel Commercials start title defence

The County Senior Championship begins for Commercials in Cahir on Saturday next April 13th against Galtee Rovers.  As defending champions Commercials will be hoping for a winning start.  The championship is being run on a league basis this year so while this game is not a knockout situation, a win will be important in the defence of the County Title.

The County Senior Championship begins for Commercials in Cahir on Saturday next April 13th against Galtee Rovers.  As defending champions Commercials will be hoping for a winning start.  The championship is being run on a league basis this year so while this game is not a knockout situation, a win will be important in the defence of the County Title.

Minors

Commercials 4-10 Cahir 0-8

The minors picked up two points in their opening game of the championship with a 14 point victory over Cahir in Ballylooby last weekend.  After a sluggish opening a goal in the 20th minute by Padraig White settled the side and from there on the result was in little doubt.  A five point half time lead was improved on early in the 2nd half and three further goals saw Commercials win comfortably.  Round 2 is Wednesday 3rd April next against Moyle Rovers.

U 16

The U 16 A’s and B’s were in action on Monday night with the scorelines as follows

Commercials A 3-17 to Killenaule 0-01

Commercials B 1-07 to Clonmel ÓG 3-04

U 14

The U 14 had a good win against Moyle Rovers last weekend in the quarter final of the Peil na Nóg on a scoreline of 3-08 to 1-02

U 12 C

The U 12 C team had a facile win over the Davins on Friday week last in the Poppyfield on a scoreline of 9-05 to 2-01

Membership

To all players, officials and supporters, please note that membership is now overdue.

Family - €35.00, Adult - €30.00 and Juvenile/Students - €15.00

Sympathies

The club extends its sympathies to the Hanrahan Family on the death of Edward (Eddie) Hanrahan, Abbey Meadows and formerly of Derrygrath, beloved husband of Eileen and father of Catriona, Fiona, Eoin and Eamonn. Eddie gave years of his time to the club and along with Eileen are avid supporters of the club.

Eamonn, their youngest son is a current member of the Senior Panel and former footballer with Tipperary.

The club wishes to extend its sympathies to the O’Neill Family , Powerstown Road on the death of John, a great stalward of the G.A.A. John’s sons Paudie, Seamie and Terry gave great service down the years to the Commercials, St Mary’s and Tipperary

The club wish to extend its sympathies to our Club Secretary on the death of his Aunt, Bridie Norris, Ard Fatima.