Carrick Davin Club selectors urge minor hurlers and footballers to continue training over the next few weeks as they await news on the dates, times and venues for county hurling and football championship matches.
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. They 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 Skills Competition in Dr Morris Park, Thurles on Monday, October 29 and 30.
The competition will begin at 10.30am and the following will be competing: Hurling on October 29: U-8, Dylan Morrissey- Hackett, U-10 Ryan Nolan, U-12 Conor Whelan. Camogie: U-8 Caitlin Walsh, U-10 Jodie Butler.
Football on October 30: Boys U-8: Conor O’Shea, U-10 Jake Maher and U-12 Niall Tobin.
Girls 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 to 8pm for U-8s.
There wasn’t any winner of the Davin Club lotto jackpot of €10,500 for Tuesday, October 16. Eight tickets matched three numbers and their owner’s won €25 each. Numbers drawn were 4, 7,19 and 28.
The Davin Club extends its sympathies to the Brunnock family, Ballydine,on the death of Maurice (Mossy) Brunnock.
The Club also extends its sympathy to the Organ family of Carrick On Suir on the death of Sean Organ.
Sean distinguished himself on and off the hurling field, representing Tipperary at minor level, winning a Junior All-Ireland hurling title with his county and holding the position of President with the Davin Club.
He was also a member of the historical “Stars” hurling team and was a selector on the Davin team that won two senior county and a senior Munster club title.
Sean had a passion for greyhounds all his life and was renowned for his training skills.
He loved walking his dogs and attending hurling matches and also enjoyed set dancing.
He will be missed by many and never forgotten. May his soul rest in peace.