All roads lead to Aherlow House Hotel on Saturday for the most eagerly awaited match of the year.
It’s the battle of the Rovers in White Collar Boxing where Arravale Rovers go head to head with Galtee Rovers St Pecauns in what promises to be a cliffhanger in the ring, get your tickets now from Darren Lowry or Tadgh Duggan as it will be a sell out on the night.
Arravale Rovers had their first match in the County Intermediate Hurling League on Sunday against Ballynahinch, although we lost by a few points and we were short some players.
Well done to Ger Mulhair, Robbie Kiely and Donagh Leahy as they all played on the Tipperary Senior Football team that defeated Antrim in the Alliance Football League. Best wishes to Pierce Richardson and the Tipperary U21 Football team who play Clare in the Munster Semi Final. Lotto is €5000. Tickets available from any committee member for €2.
Well done to everyone who represented our club in the Saint Patrick’s Day parade, also well done to Donal and Michael Ryan (Doe) who gave a demonstration on Churn Rolling on the main street. Juveniles
U12 footballers played two tough games on Sunday in Lattin. First the u12 B team played Lattin and Aherlow. As it was the first outing of the season the boys were rusty and it showed in the first half. The play was stop start, neither team getting a foothold in proceedings. But Arravale dominated in the second half producing some fine scores. The final score read Arravale Rovers 2.2 Lattin/Aherlow 0.3. The U12 A Team had a comfortable victory on a score line of Arravale Rovers 4.7 Lattin/Aherlow 0.3. This match was a game of two halves with Lattin Aherlow digging in and taking their scores. Arravale controlled the second half running out resounding winners.