Swan minors lose county semi-final to eventual winners Nenagh

South Tipp champions, Carrick Swan Minor hurlers, were defeated by North champions, Nenagh Eire Óg, in the Minor ‘A’ County Semi Final in Semple Stadium in Thurles last Wednesday.

South Tipp champions, Carrick Swan Minor hurlers, were defeated by North champions, Nenagh Eire Óg, in the Minor ‘A’ County Semi Final in Semple Stadium in Thurles last Wednesday.

Nenagh went on to defeat Holycross/Ballycahill in the county final by one point.

The Swan Club thanks all members of the Minor team and management for the time and effort they put in this season.

The U-21 hurlers played Mooncoin in a challenge match in Davin Park last Sunday. Their first South Championship game of the year is against Killenaule next Monday in Cloneen at 2pm. The Club welcomes any support from Swan fans at this game.

Meanwhile, the U-16 hurlers play St Mary’s in the South ‘A’ Final on Saturday in Kilsheelan at 4pm. And the U-10 hurling team beat Cahir, Moyle Rovers, St Marys and St Patricks to become the South U-10 Champions on Sunday.

Three Swan Senior hurlers will box in Team Tipperary GAA fundraiser, ‘The Arena’, at Clonmel Park Hotel at 8pm on Friday. ‘Marvellous’ Martin Russell, ‘Iron’ James Waters and ‘Smokin’ Jamie Sweetman have been in secret training in the boxing ring for the past three months. Tickets for the event cost €25.

Numbers drawn in last week’s juvenile lotto draw were 9, 17, 24, 25. The €6,500 jackpot prize wasn’t won but seven match three winners won €30 each.

Finally, Carrick Swan GAA club extends sympathy to the King family of Clairin, Carrick-on-Suir and the Murray-Driscoll family, Woodland Heights, Carrick-on-Suir on their recent family bereavements.