O’Donovan steps down as Tipp boss

Sean O’Donovan has confirmed his intention to step down as manager of the Tipperary Ladies Footballers.

Sean O’Donovan has confirmed his intention to step down as manager of the Tipperary Ladies Footballers.

Sean’s two year term ended following this year’s All-Ireland Final defeat at the hands of Cavan and Sean has confirmed he will not be returning for another term.

The Tipperary Ladies Football Board would like to thank Sean and his management team for their time and commitment during the last two years during which time the team made significant progress culminating with an appearance in Croke Park this autumn.

TIPPERARY MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP

Following a weekend of Tipperary Minor Championship Semi Finals, the scene is now set for the Finals – check www.tipperaryladiesfootball.ie for fixture details.

The first Minor A Semi Final was played on Saturday last in Bansha and Cahir beat Aherlow.

Moyle Rovers defeated Clonmel Commercials in the second Semi Final on Sunday.

The Minor A Final Cahir v Moyle Rovers will be played next weekend.

Galtee Rovers were defeated by Cappawhite while Brian Borus overcame Fethard in the Minor B Semi Finals.

The Minor B Final, Cappawhite versus Brian Borus, is due to be played on Saturday, December 7 at 12pm at a venue to be confirmed.

Moycarkey Borris will take on Boherlahan in the Minor C Final on Saturday 7th December in Littleton at 2.15pm. Holycross will challenge Upperchurch in the Minor D Plate Final.

Ballyporeen are the Minor D Ladies Football Champions after they beat Slievenamon in Monroe on Sunday last.

Information concerning Ladies Football will appear in these notes.

If you wish to include any item of interest, please contact us at ladiesfootballtipperary@gmail.com before 8pm on Sunday.

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