Cul Camp will run from July 1st until July 5th in the GAA Centre, commencing at 10 am each morning.
The camp is aimed at children from 6 to 14 years old. It is fully supervised and good fun is guaranteed at the same time as improving the hurling skills and ability of the participants. The cost for the week is €55 and includes a kit of jersey, shorts and socks. Further details and application forms can be had from any of the juvenile coaches. If for any reason your child has not received an application form, don’t worry, participants can register on the first day, July 1st.
St. Mary’s own summer camp will commence the following week, Monday, July 8th and will run on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 until 1.
Heartiest congratulations to St. Mary’s Primary School U/13s who won the County Primary Schools final last week. It’s a marvellous achievement, and the team is heavily represented by members of our club. There are very strong ties between the school and our club, and we very much appreciate the help and support we get from teachers, coaches and parents associated with St. Mary’s School. Well Done to all concerned!
The Intermediates play the next group match of the County Championship against Ballina next Friday in Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary town at 7.30 pm. All support would be greatly appreciated.
An entry for your diary; the very important South Championship match against Kilsheelan/Kilcash has been rescheduled for Sunday, June 30th in Monroe at 6 pm.
The Junior B team will take on Killenaule in the South Championship next Sunday, June 23rd in Fethard at 12 noon. All support would be greatly appreciated.
Please note that next Saturday, June 22nd only the U/6s have training in the GAA Centre from 10 am until 11 am.. All other juvenile groups are playing matches or at blitzes.