Mid Tipperary GAA Scene

Templetuohy Bus & Cab Hire-Junior Hurling League Division 3 Final

Templetuohy Bus & Cab Hire-Junior Hurling League Division 3 Final

In a quiet weekend in the Division last weekend the only game that took place was the Divisional 3 hurling League final between Clonakenny and Moyne-Templetuohy and after the heartbreak of losing the county Intermediate hurling final on county final day Moyne –Templetuohy had better luck this time and had a great win over Clonakenny winning the game by 2-14 to 0-16.

Clean Ireland Recycling County Senior Football Semi-Finals

Both semi-finals of this year’s county senior football championship took place in Cashel last Sunday. Mid champions JK Brackens went down by a single point from a free deep into stoppage time. The final score was Brackens 1-8 Aherlow Gaels 0-12. Commiserations to JK Brackens who put in a great performance . In the second semi-final Loughmore – Castleiney took on defending county champions Clonmel Commercials and in a another outstanding performance defeated the county champions by 0-8 to 0-7 to qualify for the final and keep the dream alive of a possible historic double in hurling and football. Loughmore will play Aherlow Gaels in the final on Sunday weekClean Ireland Recycling County Junior A Football Championship

Congratulations to Drom & Inch who qualified for the county Junior A football final when they defeated Newcastle by 3-16 to 0-5 in the county semi-final last weekend.

Clean Ireland Recycling County Minor A Hurling Championship Final

Mid champions Holycross-Ballycahill took on Nenagh Eire Og in the minor A county hurling final in Semple Stadium last Sunday. This game was a tremendous tussle between two fine sides and with little between both sides throughout the game Holycross went down by a point to their great rivals. This was a heartbreak defeat for Holycross who conceded three goals in the game but each time showed great character in fighting back and were awarded a penalty in injury time but the decision was subsequently changed by the referee and a throw-in followed and Nenagh cleared the ball to safety and held out for victory. Holycross will be very disappointed to lose in such a fashion but this team showed great character and ability and there is no doubt this young side will lay the foundations for senior success for the club in the near future.