Flannery is new manager

Cashel King Cormacs have secured the services of former Tipperary and Waterford hurler Brian Flannery for the upcoming season.

Cashel King Cormacs have secured the services of former Tipperary and Waterford hurler Brian Flannery for the upcoming season.

Hopes are high that Cashel can do well in this year’s West Championship and in the new format of the county championship.

Flannery, a native of Puckane in north Tipperary now of Mount Sion Waterford, will bring plenty of experience to the role, a winner of a Munster Senior Final medal with Waterford in 2002 and an All Ireland U21 title with Tipperary in 1995. Kevin O’Sullivan and Sean Kennedy will aid Brian and hopes are high for a good season ahead. All players are asked to give the new management 110% commitment beginning next Friday night.

Our Senior Hurling Panel will resume training this Friday at 7.30pm in Leahy Park.

Membership

Club membership is now due and can be paid to treasurer Tommy Grogan or assistant treasurer Michael Brosnan. It is vitally important that all players are fully paid before participating in challenge or championship games.

Club Lotto in association with Cashel Camogie and Handball Clubs

Jackpot €19,100. Numbers drawn were 8, 19, 24, 29 – there was no winner. Second chance numbers 14,17,25,27 – again there was no winner. The venue was Gleeson’s Bar

Lucky Dip Winners - €50 Ruth McElligot; €50 Joe McGrath; €20 Winnie Morrissey; €20 Liz Morrissey; €20 Mairead Broderick; €20 Helena and Davis; €20 James and Brian Maher.

In the event of no winner in Fahy’s Bar King Cormac’s Club Lotto will reach an all time high of €19,500 when Foley’s Bar hosts the lotto on Tuesday, January 21. So get your tickets in advance available at various outlets throughout the town or come along and purchase on the night.