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Centenary Agri – Mid

Tipperary Senior

Hurling Championship

Its countdown time to one of the most eagerly awaited Mid senior hurling championships in years.

Next weekend all eight teams in this year’s Centenary Agri Mid senior hurling championship will be in action. It promises to be a feast of wonderful hurling, action and excitement and patrons can look forward to four games in an action packed weekend starting on Saturday with the first game between JK Brackens and Upperchurch – Drombane, and on Sunday Moycarkey – Borris take on Boherlahan – Dualla, Holycross – Ballycahill play Drom – Inch and Loughmore- Castleiney play champions Thurles Sarsfields.

All eight teams have been busy in preparation for these games and no one will want to miss any of these games. So next weekend come along and enjoy the games.

New Sponsor of Mid

Senior Hurling

Championship

The Mid Tipperary GAA Board are delighted to welcome on board Centenary Agri as the new sponsor of the Mid Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship for the next three years. Centenary Agri is the agri-trading division of Centenary Thurles Co-Op, with 6 of its 8 trading branches operating from within Mid-Tipperary.

In addition to Trading Branches, Centenary Agri operates an Animal Feed Mill, a Piggery and a Wire Distribution Wholsesale Business. In these difficult economic times where it is getting more difficult to get sponsorship we are delighted and very grateful to Centenary Agri for coming on board as sponsors to our senior hurling championship for the next three years. Centenary Agri with the support of its customer base makes a significant contribution to the economic viability of the Mid-Tipperary region employing 40 in staff. With its roots firmly set in Mid-Tipperary the same Co-Operative ethos and spirit that applies to Centenary Agri applies to the GAA.

The Mid Board would like to thank again Centenary Agri for their sponsorship and we wish the management and staff of the company continued success and that their contribution to the economic life of Mid Tipperary will continue in the years ahead.

CM Signs Mid U21 A

Football Champions

Congratulations to Loughmore – Castleiney who retained their Mid title by defeating JK Brackens in last week’s final. We wish the team the very best as they attempt to go on a win the county title for the second year running.

Murphys Office

Systems Minor Football

Championship

In A championship last weekend Drom defeated Moycarkey and in the B championship Moyne – Templetuohy Og defeated Boherlahan.

Mid Tipperary Junior

Hurling League

In Division 1 Upperchurch defeated Gortnahoe, Drom beat Thurles Gaels , Loughmore defeated Thurles Sarsfields and Moycarkey beat Brackens.There was one game in Division 2 between Sarsfields and Boherlahan and Sarsfields came out on top. In Division 3 there was two games, Moyne – Templetuohy defeated Knock and Killea beat Clonakenny.

County Intermediate

Hurling League

In last weekend’s games there was wins for Drom over St Mary’s Clonmel, Clonakenny over Arravale Rovers and Gortnahoe over Cahir.

All-Ireland Post Primary

Schools Senior

Football ‘B’ Final 

St Attracta’s (Tubbercurry) defeated Our Lady’s Templemore by 4-11 to 1-7 in the Masita GAA All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Senior Football ‘B’ Final last Saturday in Cusack Park Mullingar.

Although defeated Our Lady’s can be proud of their magnificent achievement in qualifying for the final and what these young men have achieved in both hurling and football over the past few months has been remarkable to say the least.

Tipperary GAA Members

Draw 2012/2013 - April 2013 

Congratulations to Mairead Clohessy, Ballydavid, Littleton who won the second prize in the Tipperary GAA Members Draw for April of a Skoda Fabia or E10,000.

All-County Table Quiz

Congratulations to Moyne – Templetuohy who came third in the All County Table Quiz Final which was held in the Dome at Semple Stadium recently.

The members of the team were Jim O Meara, Paddy Moran, Francis Cleere and Kevin Campion.