We travelled to Cahir on Saturday last to compete in 7-a-side tournament organised in memory of former Cahir player Liam Kiely who tragically lost his life. We were in the same group with Fr Sheehys, Moyle Rovers, Cahir B, and Ballingeary teams and despite close games we qualified for the semi final against St Marys. This was very close all through but we emerged winners to go through against Cahir in the Final. This was played before a large vocal attendance. Cahir made the better start and were leading at half time by 3 points. We had wind advantage in the second half and competed better. We scored the only goal of match with Johnny English winning a good possession and finishing to net to leave 2 points between teams. Peter Hally fielded puck out and levelled the match with a good point from play. Time was running out when Eoin Walsh stepped up to a long range free and his shot was straight and accurate to put us in lead for the first time. The long whistle sounded shortly afterwards and we were proud winners of this inaugural Tournament. Cahir GAA Club can be proud of this tournament which was organised very well and enjoyed by all the teams. Our Captain Alan O’Gorman was presented with Trophy by Willie Kiely and Peter Hally was presented with the Man of Match award.


We are organising a Road Hurling Competition in Goatenbridge on the Easter Bank Holiday Monday and a Committee meeting will take place this Thursday night to organise this event at 9pm.


St Patricks Day 17 March: Minister of the Word: Tony Palm, Minister of the Eucharist: Philip McGrath. Sunday 18 March: Minister of the Word: Stephen Ahearn, Minister of the Eucharist: Tony Palm.


Deputy Mattie McGrath will hold a public meeting in relation to the Septic Tank Regulations Consultation Process in the Community Centre, New Inn on Thursday, March 15, at 8.30pm. All are welcome.


A coffee morning will be held in Ardfinnan Community Centre on Friday, March 23, from 9.30am until 12 noon. All proceeds go to the Irish Cancer Society. Your support would be greatly appreciated!


Muintir na Tire through the Celtic Community Link in association with FIT are involved in the delivery of a digitally inclusive project in South Tipperary. The project delivers basic training using a specially designed 6-hour training programme called First Steps to IT. The programme is for anyone over 55, the unemployed and/or disadvantaged and there is no cost attached for the person enrolling in the course. The programme is made up of a module on Internet and email and there are optional introductory modules to digital photography, Internet-based voice/video communication, online banking and online government services. Training will take place in the IT Centre, Newcastle. For more information contact Mandy at (087) 1846393