Parade of Lights
BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Fr. Alec Reid Tournament
Tipperary drew with Antrim in Belfast on Saturday in the Fr. Alec Reid tournament held at Davitts GAA Club on the Falls Road, Belfast to celebrate the opening of their fantastic new pitch. The Davitts club was founded in 1912 but never had their own playing field until this impressive new facility was built. Fr. Alec played hurling and Gaelic football with Nenagh and won an All-Ireland hurling minor title in 1949 with Tipperary before joining the Redemptorist order. Fr. Alec was an instrumental in bringing about peace to Northern Ireland.
The referee, Colum Canning, symbolically throw in the Nenagh Éire Óg sliothar before giving it to the Davitts club who will now put it on permanent display in their clubhouse.
National Club Draw
Last chance to buy National Club Draw tickets this week. €10 with major prizes to be won. Text Josephine on 085 7101398 for tickets.
Best of luck to our minor footballers who are playing Borrisokane on Sunday 16th.
We’d like to remind all our players and members that 2020 membership is now due and can be paid to any of the club officers or online.
Cúl Camp hiring for Easter and Summer. Coaches must be born 2003 or earlier.Apply to Dinny Maher by Feb 28th via email only email@example.com
Are you interested in becoming a referee?
Take the first step and apply for the upcoming Foundation Referees Course, in Tipperary. Contact the county referee’s coordinator John Bob Ryan, on 086-8172752, to book your place on the course. Don’t delay.