Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn
- Published: 19 September 2017
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.
Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 1, 6, 24, 27
Consolation Prizes: Liam Walsh (Mitchelstown) Bart, Eamonn Forbes, Sheila McGrath
Promoter: Jerry Crowley
Next draw: Lukies, September 25th
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Tallow 0-20 Ballyduff 0-19
Our senior hurlers defeated neighbours Ballyduff by the narrowest of margins on Friday evening last in Fraher Field, Dungarvan. Ballyduff got off to a flying start, a worrying start for Tallow, one might say. They popped over four points in a row before Tallow had a chance to answer. The game remained relatively close throughout the first half with Tallow trailing right up to the last minute of injury time. Two pointed frees by Thomas Ryan put Tallow in the lead going in at half time. Ian Beecher, Ryan Grey and Evan Sheehan also got their names on the score sheet with some impressive scores from both frees and from open play.
Ian Beecher opened the second half to put Tallow two points ahead. Ballyduff returned with two to level the sides for the third time in this encounter. A foul on Shane Feeney was converted by Ryan Grey to put Tallow one up again. Jake Neville and Thomas Ryan chipped in with two points and Ryan Grey got Tallow’s last two. Heading into injury time Tallow were ahead by two when disaster almost struck, a bullet of a shot hit the Tallow post and the lines were immediately cleared. Ballyduff scored the last two but it wasn’t enough, Tallow held on to run out winners on a score line of 0-20 to 0-19. Great credit must go to the Tallow back line who held their nerve when things were tight in the dying seconds. Huge credit must also go to the subs who came on and the lads up front, who put over some incredible scores when the game was in the melting pot. Tallow will play De La Salle on Sunday next, September 24th at Fraher Field. Throw-in is at 5.30pm
Scorers for Tallow: R Grey 0-9 (6fs) T Ryan 0-6 (4fs) E Sheehan, I Beecher 0-2 each J Neville 0-1
Tallow: S O’ Sullivan, J Beecher, D O’ Brien, R Beecher, R Geary (c) J. Henley, M O’ Brien, T Ryan, J Neville, I Beecher, E Sheehan, E Condon, T Daly, R Grey, B McCarthy.
Subs: S Feeney for E Condon, D Buckley for B McCarthy
Photo shows Tallow senior hurling team who defeated Ballyduff in round 3 of the championship last Friday.
Our annual fundraising draw took place last Tuesday night. Thanks again to our sponsors - East Cork Oil, Aglish. Cunningham's Hardware Tallow and TFC Oil Tallow. Our winners were 1st prize Thomas Roche Kilwatermoy, 2nd prize Ann Geary Ballyduff, 3rd prize Christy Dennehy Garryduff. Well done to all and thanks to everyone who supported the draw.