SLIEVENAMON ANNUAL TRACTOR RUN
Slievenamon Vintage Tractor Club, Drangan Branch, will hold their Annual Tractor Run on Sunday June 10, in Drangan at 1 p.m.
This year the proceeds are in aid of St. Anthony’s Unit, Care of the Older Person Services. Cover charge €10. Refreshments available along the route.
C.L.C.G. NAOMH PADRAIG
On Tuesday week last, our Junior hurlers defeated Clonmel Og in a league game played at Ned Hall Park, Clonmel. The team was: John Moroney, Keith Browne, Colm Dunne, William O’Brien, Eoghan McCormack, Richard Needham, Paul Horan, Conor Barry, Nicky Kearney, Patrick Moroney, Aarron Cronin, Shane Gorey, Tony O’Brien, Marcus O’Halloran, Kieran Clancy. Subs: Damian Barry, Noel Brett, Dermot Molloy, Jason Hayes, Thomas Hayes, Jamie Moloney and Robert McCormack.
Carrick Davins were unable to field a team on Saturday evening last in Kilsheelan and St. Patrick’s got a walk over in the first round of the championship.
Well done to Joey Noonan who was a member of the South Tipperary Under 14 hurling panel that defeated North Tipperary in the Semi-final of the Peadar Cummins Under 14 Interdivisional Hurling Competition on Saturday last in Borrisoleigh. In the final, Joey came on at centre-field but Mid Tipperary proved too strong. Well done Joey.
On Monday week last, our Under 14 footballers defeated Newcastle by 7-15 to 2-2 in a South Tipperary Shield game played in Anner Park, Cloneen. The team was: Tim Daly, Conor Duggan, Eddie Hayes, Shane Hannigan, Michael Boland, Brian Anglim, Barry O’Dwyer, Joey Noonan, Dale Murphy, Jamie Broderick, Brendan Kearney, Niall Keane, Frank Meagher, Niall Mockler, James Fitzgerald, Eoin Ryan.
The next game in this Shield will be on this Thursday evening in Davin Park, Carrick on Suir, when Carrick Davins will provide the opposition.
The County GAA draw will commence on Friday June 8. Prizes include 25 cars to mark the 25th anniversary of the first draw. There are also several cash prizes to be won. Half of your subscription goes to help your local club provide games and facilities for the young people of the area. We thank you for your support in the past and look forward to your continued support in the future.
We extend the sympathy of St. Patrick’s GAA Club to the White, Walsh and Hayden families on the death of Mrs. Brid Walsh R.I.P. Brid’s husband Michael Walsh was one of the mainstays of hurling in the Drangan area while her son in law Eddie Hayden was a member of the St. Patrick’s team that won our first Junior Hurling South Tipperary title in 1963.
In recent years, John Michael and the late Edmond were members of successful St. Patrick’s hurling teams. With Michael and John winning minor under 21 and junior titles. May Brid Walsh rest in peace.
Training continues every Wednesday evening at 7pm in Drangan. Challenge matches to be organised in the coming weeks against neighbouring clubs. Congratulations to Eabha, Heather, Siobhan, Rachel and Sadbdh who made their First Holy Communion on Sunday past in Cloneen.
Details of the next championship round game not yet finalised.
On Saturday 26th our U-14s took to the field in Anner Park to face Moycarkey in the County Semi-Final. On what was the warmest day of the year these two great sides served up a treat for all gathered. In a nail biting game that ebbed from end to end with Moycarkey leading by 3 points at the interval. Our girls raised their game and took the lead briefly in the second half but despite their tremendous effort they were unable to fend off a resolute Moycarkey side, who saw off our challenge by 3points. Best of luck to them in the final. Final scoreline: St. Patrick’s 2.5, Moycarkey 2.8. Scorers for St. Patrick’s were: C.Ryan, N.Keane & R O’Brien. Team - S.Morrissey, E.Ryan, V.Noonan, S O’Connor, J D Chaudhury, J Mahoney, E.Kenny, R O’Brien, C McMenamin, C.Horan, C.Ryan, D.Wall, A.Maher, N.Keane, C.Murphy, E.Wilson, N.Ryan, C.Griffen, R MacDonald.
Well done to all on a great season performance and to all who supported these girls on their journey. The club would like to thank Pat, John and Aliaster for all their work and efforts with the girls.
Attention will now turn to the Junior C/D Championship that will be starting in the coming weeks, so it is vital for all players to attend training in preparation.
Gaelic for Others
Unfortunately the challenge game against Dualla had to be cancelled, as Dualla couldn’t field a team. Preparation is underway for the G4O Munster Blitz which takes place on Saturday the 16th of June in Mallow, further details to follow.