Details of our exciting annual summer camp are revealed, the walking group are going to climb Croagh Patrick in aid of Milford Hospice while the junior-As continue their winning streak. All this and more in this week’s news on the Blues.
It’s that time of year again as the club gears up for its annual Summer Camp! It is always a fun week with plenty of sport and laughter. To reserve your child’s place pleas text 086 0855165 ASAP.
Serving North Tipperary, Limerick and Clare, Milford Hospice provides the highest quality of care to patients, family and friends in areas of palliative care and services to the older people.
We are going to climb Croagh Patrick with the aim of raising much needed funds for this incredible organisation. Those that are climbing are Martina Cahill, Mary Murphy, Jackie Holland, TP Sullivan, Enda O’Sullivan, Elaine McWeeney and Bernie Gratton.
We guarantee that all money raised will go directly to Milford Hospice. All expenses incurred during the walk will be paid for ourselves.
If you would like to donate to this worthwhile organisation please click the Go Fund Me link here.
Our junior-A hurlers continued their great run of form with a 4-20 to 1-15 win over Borris-Ileigh in Shallee on Friday evening. The goals came from Cian O’Farrell, Killian Malone and Darragh Walsh (2). They now play Burgess in round six on Friday 26 July.
Our minor hurlers were defeated by Toomevara on Wednesday evening in the opening round of the championship, 2-14 to 0-13. Our next game is expected to be against Roscrea on Wednesday, 24 July.
Sure where else would a dedicated under-16 manager who got married on Saturday be on a Monday evening? The boys had a wedding gift for the happy couple on Monday just after the first round of the hurling championship. Congratulations to David and Ellen and best wishes for a happy life together from all in the juvenile club but especially from the under-16 panel.
The under-16s take on Toomevara tonight, Monday, at 7pm in Toomevara.
The under-12 C side play Newport in the North Tipperary quarter final tomorrow, Tuesday, at 7pm in Newport. Best of luck to all concerned.
Nenagh Éire Óg’s Grace O’Brien started for Tipperary as they beat Dublin yesterday in round four of the All-Ireland Championship. Grace played corner forward and they have now qualified for the quarter finals. Tipperary play Meath away next Saturday.
Congratulations to Jake Morris, Conor McCarthy and the Tipperary under-20 side who defeated Waterford in the Munster semi-final on Tuesday evening last in Semple Stadium, 3-23 to 0-10. Jake was in flying form scoring 0-13 (0-11f) while Conor had a fine game at corner back. They now play Cork in the Munster final.
Jake Morris and Barry Heffernan both featured as Tipperary seniors overcame the challenge posed by Laois in Croke Park in the All-Ireland quarter-final. Barry scored a great point in the second half and the team now meet Wexford in two week’s time.
In Gaelic football Mason Cawley, Jack McLoughlin and Sam O’Farrell all played for the under-14s against Galway on Saturday last. Well done lads.
— Stephen Ryan (@ryanstephen83) July 14, 2019
This weeks lotto jackpot was not won:
The 5 x €50 lucky dip winners were:
Bernie Hennessy, Rathfalla
David Freeman, Ballinasloe
Louise Ryan, Cudville Green
If you would like to join the club lotto online you can do so here.