BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Creating memories and bespoke ceremonies
Our minor-B footballers opened their championship campaign with a 3-8 to 0-5 win over Templederry/Ballinahinch in Templederry on Sunday morning last. The game was supposed to take place in MacDonagh Park but due to the weather it was switched to Templederry.
The Tipperary Westmeath game at the weekend was unfortunately moved from MacDonagh Park to Semple Stadium in Thurles due to the recent rains but that didn’t dampen the spirits of both Jake Morris and Barry Heffernan who gave commanding displays against Westmeath with Jake bagging a personal tally of 1-3. Well done to all involved.
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.
“Bloody Sunday, A Bitter Legacy or a Legacy of Bitterness?”
The Tipperary GAA Bloody Sunday Commemoration Committee have announced an exciting lecture which takes place on March 2nd, at 8pm in the Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh as historian John Flannery will host a talk entitled “Bloody Sunday, A Bitter Legacy or a Legacy of Bitterness?” This event, in conjunction with the Ormond Historical Society and Nenagh 800, promises to be an entertaining, educational and insightful talk which will discuss the events surrounding that awful day and the long-lasting effects which can be felt to the present day.
Club Walking Group
Our club walks continues this Thursday evening from MacDonagh Park at 7pm and everyone is welcome to participate.