The junior hurlers line out against Ballingarry on Friday night at 19.30 in Cloneen. This is our first group game in the South Championship and a good start is very important. Best of luck to the management and players.
A disappointing display by the Clonmel Commercials intermediate team on Saturday night saw them go down byseven points to Moyle Rovers at Ned Hall Park on a scoreline of 2-8 to 1-4. The team must now regroup following two defeats but qualification is still very much in their own hands.
Moyle Rovers U12A team played Ardfinnan in a league match on a windy Monday night in Ardfinnan and won 1-6 to 0-6.
Training for under 6’s, 8’s and tens each Saturday morning I the field at 10.00. New players are especially welcome. Under 8’s will also train on Monday evening in the High School field at 5.45
County Senior Football Championship Group 1
Wednesday May 22
Friday May 24
The major difference between the sides in the Pa Sheehy Butchers minor football B championship semi-final featuring Rockwell/Rosegreen and Cashel King Cormacs at Golden on last Wednesday evening was the combination’s ability to pick off scores. They scored fourteen times in the course of the hour while Cashel could manage to register only seven times, winning 2-12 to 3-4
Cahir beat neighbours Ardfinnan 1-18 to 1-8 in the County senior football championship at Newcastle.
The Bridge House Golden minor A football championship game between Eire Óg/Galtee and Golden-Kilfeacle at Golden on Saturday evening provided a feast of goals in a closely contested and entertaining contest, with Eire Og/Galtees winning 5-7 to 4-6.
A blistering opening twenty minute spell proved enough for Galtee Rovers to overcome a depleted Eire Og Annacarty side 2-7 to 0-7 in the County Senior Championship in Golden. So, in this second round game it was a confidence boosting victory for Galtee Rovers after their first round defeat.
The U14s travelled to the Ragg County Camogie grounds to play Holycross in their county semi-final last Saturday, May 11. Conditions on the day were not what one would expect for the second week of Summer, showers and gale force winds.
Under 14 C Ladies Football Munster Championship Final
Premier 12s football games
There’s no disguising the stand-out item locally from last weekend: Sarsfields crash out of the Mid in spectacular fashion. A second half tour de force from Drom and Inch swamps the multiple champions in a veritable score-fest.
Wednesday May 8
Wednesday May 8
Friday May 10
Tipperary have two senior hurling challenge games over the next two weekends.
The Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw for 2013/14 is now well under way.
Tipperary will hold its senior hurling and football open night this Friday night in conjunction with Skoda at Ryan Motor Power main Skoda dealers in Clonmel.
Ardfinnan won the County Tipperary u-21 FC ‘A’ title for the first time in twenty years with victory over holders Loughmore-Castleiney, 0-11 to 1-5, at Boherlahan.
Kickhams struck late to beat Cappawhite by a point, 0-14 to 1-10, in the West SHC on Saturday, and confirm their semi-final slot
Tipperary just failed to catch Kilkenny in the closing stages of the Allianz National Hurling League final at Nowlan Park, losing by three points 2-17 to 0-20.
St. Mary’s Hurling Club
All roads lead to Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary Town next Saturday, May 11 at 3.45pm for the Under 14C Munster Championship ladies football Final. Our squad of girls have been competing with true spirit and have thrilled their supporters/families with some magnificent football in the Championship to date.
County U/21 “A” Football Championship
In the second round of the County Tipperary Intermediate Hurling championship Sean Treacy’s beat Kilsheelan-Kilcash, 3-9 to 0-12.
The Tipperary Senior Hurling team to play Kilkenny in the Allianz Hurling League final on Sunday next at Nowlan Park has five changes from the team which defeated Dublin in the semi-final.
The 2013 Bord Gais Energy Munster GAA Under 21 Hurling Championship Quarter-Final between Tipperary and Limerick originally scheduled for Wednesday June 6 has been moved to Friday May 31 at 7:30pm in Semple Stadium.
Malachi’s sporting memorabilia auction, which includes a signed Tipperary hurling jersey and an official photograph of the 2010 All Ireland winning team, is taking place in memory of Malachi Dunbar, a brave little boy who sadly passed away on the October 14 2012, age 6 years.
Thursday May 2
Wednesday May 1
Wednesday May 1
Tipperary travelled to Mullingar for the Semi Final of the Tesco Homegrown National Football League Division 3 against Armagh. They had already met Armagh in the League in Silverbridge, Armagh on March 31 with only a point separating the teams on that day, Armagh 1-10 Tipperary 2-6. Armagh were without two experienced players, Sinead McCleary and Mags McAlinden and Sharon Reel went off injured that day but all were available for the Semi-Final with Sinead McCleary and Sharon Reel starting. Tipperary had three changes as well from the team that met Armagh, Jackie O’Gorman replacing Helen Kennedy in goal, Brid Condon for Sinead Delahunty in the back line and Aoife Ryan for Edith Carroll.
Holycross was the venue last Saturday for the County Semi Finals and Final of Peil Na nOg and despite their best efforts on the day, West Champions Arravale Rvs failed in their bid for county honours.
Killenaule announced their arrival in this year’s South Tipperary senior hurling championship with victory over neighbours and table-toppers Ballingarry, 0-23 to 1-16, in Fethard last Saturday evening.
Bill Walsh scored a hat-trick as Swan were too strong for Davins in the Carrick-on-Suir derby in the South senior hurling championship, winning 4-13 to 1-10.
Wednesday April 24
This weekend sees the third Round of the South Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship when on Saturday evening in Fethard at 7pm Killenaule open their campaign against Slieveardagh rivals Ballingarry.
Saturday April 27
Dates have been finalised for the Launch of the new 2013-2014 Tipperary Clubs Draw, which will take on the following dates at 9pm each night: 1) South - Wednesday, April 24 - Moyle Rovers GAA Centre, Clonmel; 2) North - Thursday, April 25 - Nenagh Eire Og Complex; 3) West - Friday, April 26 - Community Hall, Annacarty (in conjunction with the Presentation of €15,000 to Damien O’Brien (Eire Og Annacarty); 4) Mid - Monday, April 29 - Hayes Hotel, Thurles (in conjunction with the Presentation of €10,000 to Mairead Clohessy (Moycarkey-Borris).
The Poker Championship of Tipperary to raise funds for Tipperary’s inter-county teams is generating great excitement amongst the Poker playing fraternity and as a result, a huge crowd is expected in the Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh on Friday night 26th April at 8.30pm.
The intermediates began their championship campaign with a win over Ballylooby/Castlegrace in Newcastle on Sunday evening last, on a score line of 1-7 to 0-9. This was a very young team who showed great battling qualities to come away with the victory.
The Intermediates got off the mark last weekend with a hard fought win at Arravale Rovers in the County League.
Ross Mulcahy was part of the Tipperary minor hurling panel who defeated Waterford recently.
Well done to our U12 Div 2 footballers who defeated Ballingarry in the County End Game Qualification Final in Ned Hall Park on Friday night. Ballingarry are formidable opponents who currently lead the South Championship, but they had no answer to the pace and skill of our boys on the night. Final score: 8-12 to 4.04. We now go forward to represent the South in the County Semi Final which will be held towards the end of May.
- Two Tipperary players called up for Irish overseas rugby tours
- Clonmel Town praised for promotion of soccer on its 50th birthday
- Bobby Ryan’s body officially identified
- From politicans to Aussie outlaws - all at the Kelly clan gathering in Tipp
- Barlo Motors look with confidence to the future with Ford and Nissan Brands
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Weather for Clonmel
Tuesday 21 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 5 C to 13 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: North west