New Inn



New Inn u14’s played Boherlahan last Thursday, July 7. Scoring was poor in the first half with 1 point to New Inn from Emma Sinclair to Boherlahans 1 goal and 2points. In the second half New Inn dominated everywhere resulting in Emma Sinclair scoring a goal. Changes made at halftime created great goal chances with Leah Price hitting the net 2 more times. Lisa Currivan made her debut and scored her first goal of the match. Emma Sinclair scored another great point and to top it off Leah Price scored her 3rd goal. Everyone had a great match especially Laura Walsh, Clodagh O’ Gorman and Rebecca Caroll. Great goalkeeping from Nicola Ryan who had a great defence team of Katie Rafferty, Katie Moloney and Kristen Ryan. Centre field Lisa Currivan and Aoife o Donnell dominated the puck out giving New Inn a total result of 5 goals and 2 points to Boherlahan 2 goals and 2 points. We will play the quarter final on July 21, time and venue to be decided.


New Inn camogie are running a 6-week programme called ‘Hurl with Me’ for all Mams, Dads and girls aged 6-11 for 6 weeks, beginning next Monday, July 18, from 7.15pm to 8.30pm in Rockwell Rovers GAA pitch. This programme aims to show what fun camogie can be as a shared activity between parent and child and will take the mystery away for parents who have never played the game before. The first 20 minutes for adults will be spent with a tutor - Tipperary inter county player Ciara Johnson. This time will be spent learning the teaching points of a new skill every week.

The first 20 minutes for the children will be spent with their regular club coach working on simple drills revising and advancing the previous weeks skill.

For the final 20 minutes course parents will get a chance to coach the new skill to their child and have a fun game. Each parent will be encouraged to practice each skill with their child at home between each session.

We need all parents to come along and give this a try. No experience necessary. All participating parents will receive a hurley and t-shirt ! Programme cost is E15. To book your place contact Una Sheehy 087 2330222


The E.G.M. of the Jack Nagle Finna Fail cumann was held on Monday July 4, in the New Inn Community Centre. Election of Officers for the coming year - President: Declan Flanagan Snr; Chairperson: Declan Flanagan Jnr; Hon. Secretary: Paul Coffey; Treasurer: David O’Neill; Delegates to Comhairle Ceanntair: John Devereaux and David O’Neill. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the outgoing members of the cummann for the excellent work, effort and commitment they put in over the years. The meeting concluded with notes of sympathy to all parishioners who were bereaved during the year.


Please gather at church car park in New Inn at 2pm this Sunday July 17, weather permitting. Route this week is Glengarra Woods. Duration approx one hour and 20 minutes. All are welcome !


Sunday, August 7. Local contact person: Sr. Assumpta 052 7462205.

What does a pilgrim find at Knock? A chance to pray, a chance to relax, a chance to find peace. The devotions that have developed in the course of one hundred years are guaranteed to touch the soul.SINCERE SYMPATHIES

are extended to the family of the late Pat Tobin (B.T. Black Tom) of Derryclooney and Ballydrehid, Cahir. Sympathy is also extended to the relatives of the late Sr. M. Immaculata Gallagher of Convent of Mercy. Ar Dheis De Go Raibh a hAnam


Congratulations to the Munster Minor Football Champions Tipperary and especially to T.J. Ryan of the Rockwell Rovers who scored 6 points.

U12’s hurling

Our U12’s had a busy week playing two matches. The first match they drew against Lattin. The final score 1-2 to 1-2 and as the score indicates it was a good even contest. Well done to all the players especially scorer Colm Moloney.

The next match was against Cashel last Saturday July 9 in New Inn. Kevin Ryan scored a good goal in the first half, and the remaining 3 goals were scored in the second half. There was great defending in the backs with Fergus English, Sean O’Connell, John Burke and Ml Kelly. Midfield was dominated by Conor Walsh and Mark Ryan. Forwards were Colm Moloney, Grainne Moloney, Ciaran McKeanna, Tomas O’Connor and Kevin Ryan. Final score 4-3 to 1-3.

Well done to all the players especially our scorers: Conor Walsh who had a blinder of a game and scored one goal and 2 points, Colm Moloney 1-1, Kevin Ryan 1-0 and sub Patrick Hickey who came on in the second half and scored a great goal.


Hard luck to our minors who were beaten by 5 points by Fr Sheehys last Friday July 8 in Ballylooby. At half time the score was 3-10 to 2-8 in favour of Fr Sheehy. Final score was 3-18 to 3-13.


Intermediate football, Rockwell Rovers V Lattin in Sean Treacy Park next Sunday July 17 at 1.30pm.


The former Tipp star forward undertook a circuitous 80km route from Clonmel to his hometown of Nenagh in aid of Crumlin Children’s Hospital Research Foundation. Joining him on the mammoth two-day go-kart challenge was his friend Robert Quinlan of Holycross. En route they stopped at the Rockwell Rovers GAA field where they received tea and sandwiches. On stand by were the Irish Red Cross and North Tipp Civil Defence.