The under-14s capture the North title while it’s heartbreak for the under-12s as the club walking group completes the Croagh Patrick climb. All this and more in this week’s news on the Blues
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?
Next weekend is going to be a very proud few days for our club as four of our players are going to be in All-Ireland action.
Firstly, we wish Grace O’Brien and the Tipperary senior camógs the very best of luck in their All-Ireland semi-final against Kilkenny. This game takes place on Saturday in the Gaelic Grounds at 5:30pm. Sarah Quigley and the Tipperary intermediates play Galway in Cratloe at 2pm on the same day in their All-Ireland semi-final.
We also 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.
The first match of league is commencing on Tuesday night versus Roscrea in Roscrea at 7.30p.m.
Hard luck to our under-12s who lost out to a strong Annacarty team in the county league semi final at the Ragg on Sunday. It was a fighting display from the Nenagh girls but just wasn’t going to be our day. We will now play in the shield so training will continue on Thursday. Best of luck to those girls playing with the under-14s on Tuesday evening.