Carrick Davin Club is still awaiting news of dates, times and venues for its minor county hurling and football championship decider matches.
Selectors urge the players to keep up the training over the next couple of weeks.
The U-12 and U-14 panels will be back in action again at the end of the month.
The U-12s are entered in the Carrigeen Tournament and U-14s have been invited to play in the Clonea Tournament over the October Bank Holiday Weekend. Players will do some light training in preparation for these events All parents will be notified by text of training times and dates.
Cul camp skills winners will represent the Davin Club in the county hurling and camogie skills competition on Monday, October 29 29/10 for hurling and camogie and the county football skills competition on October 30 at Dr Morris Park, Thurles.
The competition will begin at 10.30am. Competing in the hurling skills competitions will be U-8 Dylan Morrissey-Hackett, U-10 Ryan Nolan, U-12 Conor Whelan. Representing the club in camogie will be U-8 Caitlin Walsh, U-10 Jodie Butler.
Competing in the boys football will be U-8 Conor Oâ€™Shea,U-10 Jake Maher and U-12 Niall Tobin and in girls football will be U-8 Abby Robinson, U-10 Ava Tobin and U-12 Molly Coady.
Football training for young boys and girls will continue every Monday from 6pm to 7pm and indoor hurling will continue every Thursday from 6pm to 7pm for U-6s and 7pm-8pm for U-8s.
The club lotto jackpot of E10,250 wasnâ€™t won last week. Four tickets matched three numbers and each winner received E50.
Numbers drawn were 11,17,19,26.
The Davin Club extends sympathy to the Aylward family, Kilmacthomas and Carrick-on-Suir on the death of Cecila and to the Oâ€™Keeffe family, Greystone Street,on the death of James (Jim) Oâ€™Keeffe.
The Club also extends sympathy to the Arrigan family,of Ballinderry, Carrick-on-Suir on the death of Tom Arrigan.
Tom was well loved in many walks of life, especially in the Davin Club.
He always represented the Club with pride and honour, winning two senior county hurling medals and a senior Munster hurling medal with the Davins.
He also won South championship medals and was involved in several tournament wins for the Davin Club. He will be forever remembered as one of the Davin Clubâ€™s greats.
Tom also excelled in other areas of sport and his love for greyhounds also brought him success. He bred an Oaks and a Derby winner.
Tom will be missed by many. May he rest in peace.