Tipp players on successful UL team

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The Jim Kennedy Competition is a Munster Ladies Football Competition dedicated to Jim Kennedy, Clonmel, first president of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association.

The Jim Kennedy Competition is a Munster Ladies Football Competition dedicated to Jim Kennedy, Clonmel, first president of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association.

The Cup Finals were played on Sunday last in Neville Park, Rathkeale.

In the Jim Kennedy Cup Plate Final Waterford overcame Mary Immaculate College on a score line of 2-11 to 0-13. In the Jim Kennedy Cup Final, University of Limerick beat UCC 3-16 to 2-12.

Congratulations to the Tipperary players who were on the University of Limerick team; Jennifer Grant (Brian Borus), Siobhan Condon (Aherlow), Maura Condon (Aherlow) and Dara Walsh (Clonmel Commercials).

Other Tipperary players who represented their colleges are Kelly Hackett (Moycarkey Borris) for UCC and Claire Carroll (Galtee Rovers) for Mary Immaculate College.

Well done to Michael Duffy (Arravale Rovers) who refereed the Cup Final.

POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS INTERPROVINCIAL TOURNAMENT

Best wishes to Aisling McCarthy, Jacqui O’Gorman (Rockwell College), Laura Dillon (Coláiste Dun Iascaigh) and Maeve O’Gorman (St. Ailbe’s) who will represent Munster in the PPS Interprovincial Tournament in St. Loman’s, Mullingar on Saturday, January 25. Derry Peters (Tipperary) is the trainer of the team and Mairead O’Connor (St. Ailbe’s, Tipperary Town) is a selector. Munster have been successful in this tournament for the last two years and are hoping to get the third win in a row this year.

MOUTHGUARDS ARE MANDATORY

It is mandatory for all players in all age grades up to and including minor to wear mouth guards in all practice sessions and games. It will become the responsibility of each player to ensure that they are wearing mouth guards as failure to comply will result in the player being sent from the field until they satisfy the rules.

Players will not be covered under the injury fund if they are not wearing a mouth guard. For further details check out our website www.tipperaryladiesfootball.ie