Sean Treacys Juvenile G.A.A. Notes.

Sean Treacys Juvenile G.A.A. Notes.

U-14 West Football Championship Final:

We just failed to take this title on Monday last, our boys gave it their all but were just beaten by a fine Kickhams side. We got off to a great start, with two early goals, but we lost the ball on another charge forward and the opposition broke away to get a goal. This brought them into the game. Points were swapped before the half time whistle. In the second half we were out of the blocks early with another point and then two goal chances went narrowly wide. We stared to be over cautious in approaching the ball or tackles and the Kickhams scored a goal and added a number of points to see out the game. The Sean Treacy boys went down in a gallant and fair manner and still have a league final to contest.

U-12 Hurling: The season began on Thursday evening last for the u-12 hurlers; the opposition was a Galtee Rovers / Aherlow combination. Our young team in the E competition were up first. They showed a great attitude but were beaten by a more experienced side. Then the A group game was played, a game of honest hurling at a good pace which, we won the evening by 2-05 to 1-05.

U-14 West Football League Final: The boys were in action in action against Rosegreen on a wet Monday evening in Anacarty. We attacked from the first whistle and maintained the same attitude throughout, leading at half time by 2-06 to 0-01. The trend continued in the second half with a final score of 6-11 to 0-01. It was a clinical display that the team has threatened all season, we were just that bit more hungry on the night than the game Rosegreen side.

U-12 Hurling: Our “A” team travelled to Cashel to play the host team in the latest stage of the competition. The lads were up against a big, fast strong side. It was no surprise to find us chasing the game from early on with our young side most of whom are under age next year.

Fixtures: West U-12 Hurling League.Thursday, June 9.

U12 E in Cashel. Sean Treacys v Cashel. at 7.30p.m. U12 A In Cashel Sean Treacys v Cashel. at 7.30p.m.

Cumann Na mBunscoil:

Congratulations to Rearcross N.S. on winning the north final in the G hurling section. In an epic match with Lorrha-Redwoood, the Rearcross students won by a point.

Training: All training for U-12s, 10s, 8s and beginners will be held on Saturday morning from 10.30am until 11.45am. Contact will be made by text of any changes.

Best of Luck: As Tipperary travel to the Gaelic Ground on Sunday to play Clare in the Munster hurling semi-final, we are proud to have Michael Feehan of Hollyford N.S. playing for Tipperary in the primary games match against the banner county.


The death occurred on May 25, of Rodger Loughman, Hollyford Village and formerly of Foilmacduff at Deerpark Nursing Home, Lattin, Tipperary, following a short illness. Rodger was born in 1930, shortly after the death of his father. He was a son of Larry and Bridget (nee Corcoran) and was one of a family of five boys and three girls. In his youth, Rodger spent some years working in England before taking up the running of the family farm. He was a hard working and efficient farmer and a great friend and neighbour. In the late 1990’s, Rodger sold his farm and came to live in the Village.

Removal took place from White’s Funeral Home, Cappawhite on Thursday May 26, to St. Joseph’s Church. Requiem mass next day as celebrated by Fr. James O’Donoghue c.c. Burial took place in the family burial ground in Kilpatrick. We tender our deepest sympathy to Rodger’s sisters, Nonie and Babb, brothers Larry, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, other relatives and his friends. May he rest in peace.


The death occurred on June 5, of Mauraid Gorham, (nee Fahey), Bagnor Regis, Sussex, England and formerly of Glenough and Gortnahoe, aged 61 years. She was a daughter of Jerry and the late Margaret (nee O’Dwyer) Fahey. Her father hailed from Bealacoune. Mauraid attended National School in Hollyford and got her Secondary Education in England. She was a nurse by profession and was very efficient, kind and caring. A Memorial Mass was held for Mauraid at her request in St. Joseph’s Church. Burial of her ashes will take place in the Fahey family grave in Hollyford Cemetery at a later date. Mauraid was pre-deceased by her husband Peter, her mother Margaret and recently by her aunt Tess Sadlier, Glenough.

We tender our deepest sympathy to her son Sean, daughter Grace, father Jeffy, brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces and extended family and her friends. May she rest in peace.


Congratulations to Danny O’Brien, Foilmacduff who has celebrated his 21st birthday.


Congratulations to Brendan and Miriam Carr, Reafadda on the birth of twin girls, Maria and Orla, sisters for Daniel and Patrick and grand daughters for John and Eithne Carr.


The Irish Cancer Society wish to thank the parishioners of Hollyford and surrounding area who gave so generously to their recent collection. €E513 was donated.


We tender our sympathy to Sean Nyhan, N.T., Clonmel and formerly of Hollyford Village on the death of his wife, Betty. R.I.P.