Centenary Agri Senior

Hurling Championship Two of the giants of hurling in the division met last Sunday evening in Templemore in the first of this year’s quarter-finals. In a very high scoring game with nothing between the teams at half-time Drom ran out easy winners in the end - Drom 5-20 Sarsfields 2-17.

Hurling Championship

Two of the giants of hurling in the division met last Sunday evening in Templemore in the first of this year’s quarter-finals. In a very high scoring game with nothing between the teams at half-time Drom ran out easy winners in the end - Drom 5-20 Sarsfields 2-17.

Hurling Championship

Two of the giants of hurling in the division met last Sunday evening in Templemore in the first of this year’s quarter-finals. In a very high scoring game with nothing between the teams at half-time Drom ran out easy winners in the end - Drom 5-20 Sarsfields 2-17.

So Drom march on to the semi-finals and on this performance will be difficult to stop.

This weekend the second quarter-final takes place between Moycarkey-Borris, who were very impressive in their first round win against Boherlahan-Dualla, and Holycross-Balycahill, who recovered from their opening defeat against Drom and went on to defeat Boherlahan in the loser’s group. This match should go down to the wire and is a game not to be missed.

Mid Senior Football

Championship SF

JK Bracken’s qualified for this year’s Mid senior football championship final when they had a narrow win over Moyne-Templetuohy. The final score in the game was JK Bracken’s 1-9 Moyne 1-7.

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Mid Minor Football

Championship

In the A championship JK Bracken’s had a big win over Moycarkey in round four - Bracken’s 1-13 Moycarkey 0-2. In the B championship Upperchurch beat Boherlahan in round three by 1-13 to 0-2.

Division 2 Junior

Hurling League Final

The final of the Division 2 Junior Hurling League was played last Saturday between Thurles Sarsfields and Holycross. In a very close game Sarsfields came out on top by 2-15 to 2-11 for Holycross.

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Templemore Junior

Hurling League

Upperchurch defeated Thurles Gaels in their round three game last weekend by 2-11 to 2-8.

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Hurling League

Moyne-Templetuohy had one point to spare over Gortnahoe in round three of the division three game last Sunday with the final score Moyne 0-13 Gortnahoe 1-9.

Cahill Cup

The Cahill Cup commenced last weekend and there were two games played in round one. Upperchurch beat Clonakenny on Friday evening and on Sunday Loughmore came out on top against Boherlahan.

County Senior

Football Championship

There were two teams from the division involved last weekend in round two of the county senior football championship.

On Friday evening it was an all Mid clash between Moycarkey, last year’s county intermediate football champions, and JK Bracken’s, who last week qualified for this year’s Mid senior football final.

In a very exciting game Moycarkey defeated Brackens by one point - Moycarkey 0-13 Bracken’s 0-12. Moyne-Templetuohy were beaten well by Arravale Rovers and the final score in this game was Arravale Rovers 3-19 Moyne 0-10.

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Munster Minor

Football Championship

Best of luck to the Tipperary minor footballers who play Cork this evening in the Munster semi-final in Semple Stadium at 7.30pm. The winners will play Kerry or Waterford in the final. The team is captained by Colin O’Riordan (JK Bracken’s).

Tipperary Supporters

Club Golf Classic

Reminder that tomorrow Thursday (16th) and Friday (17th) the Tipperary Supporters Club Annual Golf Classic will take place in the County Tipperary Golf and Country Club, Dundrum. This is an important event to raise funds for the training and preparation of the Tipperary senior hurling team.

Tipperary GAA

Clubs Draw 2013-2014

The first draw of the Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw for 2013-2014 will be held this Friday night, May 17th.

Again for just E10 a month with two free months (October and April ) you will have the chance to win some fantastic prizes with the first prize each month the Skoda Octavia or E15,000 and the second prize the Skoda Fabia or E10,000.

By joining the draw you will be helping your local GAA club financially as 50% i.e. E50 goes back to the club.

As time is running out and if you have not already joined the 2013-2014 draw please do so by contacting your local GAA club or you can email: tippdraw@tipperarygaa.ie or contact Tipperary GAA office at 0504-22702 and ask for Martina Cleary.

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps

The camps are structured so that a different aspect of the game is worked on each day.

The programme involves coaching specific skills of the game and the opportunity for children to put into practice what they have learned through small sided games.

On the last day of the camp a “blitz” will be organised to provide each child with an introduction to competitive games.

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps - are run throughout the summer from Monday to Friday.

Attendance is open to primary school children aged 6 years to 13 years.

Sympathy

We extend our sympathy to Nick and Cathriona Wilson and their family on the sudden death of their daughter Emily who died recently at a camogie training session. We also remember at this time Emily’s camogie colleagues and school friends who are deeply saddened by Emily passing.

Also our deepest sympathy to the Moore family, Thurles on the death of Michael. May Emily and Michael rest in peace.