Volunteers help GAA

Cahir GAA thank all the farmers who volunteered their tractors, trailers and earth moving equipment to remove 50 loads of clay from their Duneske GAA field.

Cahir GAA thank all the farmers who volunteered their tractors, trailers and earth moving equipment to remove 50 loads of clay from their Duneske GAA field.

This has facilitated the erection of a new fence along the side of our field, which really cleans up this area. We are grateful to South Tipp County Council for their cooperation and for erecting the new fence.

Minor footballers lost their league game to Arravale Rovers last Friday. Their next game is this Wednesday when they play Moyle Rovers in Fethard in the South semi final.

The Club expresses sincere sympathy to Billy Coffey and his family on the death of his wife Celia. The family have given great service to Cahir GAA over many years on and off the field. The first ‘Draw the Joker’ game was postponed as a mark of respect. It took place on Tuesday, the second draw is next Sunday in Morrissey’s.