Garden Club - Reminder to members of Garden Club visit to Mildred Stokes Garden on this Friday 20th July leaving Car Park Main Street at 6pm (weather Permitting)
Knock Pilgrimage - Coach from Killenaule will leave on Sunday 5th August. Please make your booking as soon as possible to confirm booking of coach, Thank you.
Killenaule Ladies Football Club - Will hold a Table Quiz followed by BBQ at 7pm on Friday 20th July at the Complex Table of 4 16 euros. Please come to support and have a fun family evening.
Gaelic Football for Mothers - Every Friday evening at 7pm Meet at GAA Pitch.
Killenaule Moyglass Ladies Soccer
Killenaule Moyglass won the Tipperary Shield Final in Newhill on Sunday with a great victory over Nenagh. The girls continue their winning ways with Shauna Hayes getting them off to a great start touching home a Hannah Trehy free, but Nenagh put on all the pressure for the first half and had the equalizer after 30 minutes. Hannah Stapleton brought off a few good saves to keep the score at 1-1 at half time. The second half was totally controlled by Killenaule with the back three totally controlling the game led by the player of the match Aisling O’Connor. And when midfield started winning the battle
it was only time before they got the goals and floodgates opened up with a goal for Edel O’Dwyer, two for Katie O’Regan, one for Shauna Hayes and finally a great individual goal from Hannah Trehy.
Team: Hannah Stapleton, Eidin Murphy, Aisling O’Connor, Cait Murphy, Ellen Walsh, Erin Slattery, Michelle Meagher, Hannah Trehy, Roisin Trehy, Katie O’Regan and Shauna Hayes (captain). Subs used; Edel O’Dwyer, Aine O’Donovan, Emer Barry, Nell Trehy. Rest of panel; Fiona O’Connor, Aoife O’Connor, Roisin O’Regan
The team play Cahir in a League game next Sunday at home
Scoil Ruain Killenaule Ladies Football
The girls won their first championship game against Cappawhite in Cappawhite. They started slowly and were down a point at half time thanks to great goalkeeping skills from Shauna Hayes who had an excellent game standing in for Sharon Hanley who broke her leg in a soccer match earlier in the week. The girls improved performance for the second half and took over winning 4-7 to 1-7.
Team: Shauna Hayes, Nell Trehy, Ellen Lannigan, Ruth Kelly, Eidin Murphy, GrainneFennelly, Ellen Walsh, Roisin Trehy, Emer Barry, Sophie Meehan, Katie
O’Regan, Aisling O’Connor, Fiona O’Connor, Roisin O’Regan and Alison Gaynor