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With so many Tipperary fans planning their trip to the capital for All-Ireland final weekend we are asking you all to include our main club sponsor, Rody Bolands, in your itinerary. With so many links to the town, this pub is the ideal watering spot for all supporters of the Blues. Why not wear your club gear to let them know you’re there?
We extend our best wishes to Jake Morris, Barry Heffernan and the Tipperary senior hurlers as they seek to regain the All-Ireland title, last won in 2016, with Brian Cody’s Kilkenny standing in their way.
Our minor hurlers were defeated by Kiladangan in the championship 4-16 to 3-11. Their final game in the round robin series is on Wednesday evening when they play Ballina at 7pm in Portroe. Best of luck lads.
Our junior-A hurlers had a great win in the North Tipperary semi-final defeating Roscrea 2-15 to 2-12 in Borrisokane on a wet and windy evening last Friday. Two first-half goals from cousins Anthony and Darragh Walsh set the lads on their way and they now face Toomevara in the final in two weeks time. This game will take place on Sunday, August 25, at 3:30pm in Templederry.
Anthony Walsh who scored our first goal in the game
Hard luck to our footballers who lost out to Éire Óg Annacarty, 0-7 to 0-5, in a wet and windy Kilcommon on Saturday evening. The lads battled bravely throughout but once again Lady Luck shunned us as we failed to get the rub of the green that would have secured the win. This results ends our interest in this year’s county championship and we wish to thank the entire panel and management for all their efforts this year. We still have the 2019 North Tipperary championship to look forward to.
The panel on Saturday evening was Callan Scully, Brian Maxwell, Peter Hynes, Fiachra Starr, Niall McKeogh, Andrew Loughlin, Alex Jones, Christopher Ryan, Seán McTiernan, Jack Molamphy, Gavin O’Connor, Leonard Ryan, Marky Walsh, Kieran Mullarkey, Thomas O’Brien, Michael Hynes, Danny Ryan and Brian Carr.
Congratulations to all who scaled Croagh Patrick last Bank Holiday Monday in aid of Milford Hospice. Our Go Fund Me page will remain active for the next few days if you’d like to donate to this worthy cause. Please see our website for a full report on the climb.
The club extends its sympathies to the family of Ms. Carol Henry following her recent passing. Ms. Henry’s son Paul has played a huge role in our club over in recent years coaching a number of junior hurling teams as well as having considerable success with our camogie sides winning numerous county titles.
To her sons Jimmy and Paul, daughters Anne and Catherine, her grandchildren, brothers Pascal and Tony, sisters Marion and Geraldine, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, cousins, relatives, neighbours and many friends we offer our sincerest condolences.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam