Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn
- Published: 08 November 2017
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.
Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow - Tuesday 31st Oct 2017
Numbers drawn were: 1, 3, 7, 18
Consolation Prizes: Martina Henley, Victor Delaney, Eleanor Daly, Martina McCarthy
Next draw: The Hotel, November 6th
Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around the town. Please support our local lotto. Tickets are €2.
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wishes to extend sincere sympathy to the family of Eileen (Eily) Ahern, on her sad passing. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.
Well done to Waterford representatives, Ballygunner, who defeated Sixmilebridge on Sunday last. They will play Na Piarsaigh in the Munster club final in two weeks time at Semple Stadium Thurles.
Cois Bhríde 0-18 Dungarvan 3-11
A game of two halves – if ever a phrase suited a game it suited last Saturday’s u21 encounter between Cois Bhríde and Dungarvan. Coming out of Fraher Field one would be forgiven for being puzzled, annoyed, disappointed or a combination of the three. Cois Bhríde certainly started the stronger of the two teams with points from Ian Beecher and John Paul Lucey. Dungarvan responded with an unexpected goal but Cois Bhríde replied gallantly. Jordan Henley received a pass from corner back Jack Tobin, which he popped over the bar at his ease. He commended the half back line, as always Jordan does. He was aided brilliantly by the super solid defending of Robbie Geary and Adam Crawford. Great credit must also go to Jake Beecher, Jack Tobin and Padraig Roche who were excellent in defence and also to Colm Roche, whose puck outs put Cois Bhríde on numerous attacks. Jake Neville chipped in with one mid-way through the half. Three superb points from the stick of Darah Buckley and the accuracy of Ryan Grey’s frees contributed to the five point lead at half time. Half time score: Cois Bhríde 0-13 Dungarvan 1-4. Dungarvan began the second half far superiorly to Cois Bhríde, who didn’t manage to get a score from play until the 50th minute. 1-1 in less than four minutes by Dungarvan put the sides’ level with six minutes remaining. A pointed free from John Paul Lucey and a point from Darah Buckley was the extent of what Cois Bhríde managed in the remaining minutes whereas Dungarvan finished the stronger of the two, scoring 1-1 in injury time. Final score Cois Bhríde 0-18 Dungarvan 3-11. Unfortunately, after much preparation, Cois Bhríde crashed out in their first game of the 2017 championship. Dungarvan will go on to play Abbeyside in the Western final. Huge thanks to the management and backroom team of Kenneth Kearney, Aidan Kearney, Shaun O’ Sullivan, Shane Roche, Declan Butler, Tom O’ Donovan and Bill O’ Flynn for their time and effort in preparing the team this year.
Scorers: R Grey 0-8 (8fs) D Buckley 0-4 JP Lucey 0-2 (1f) J Henley, I Beecher, J Neville E Hynes 0-1 (each)
Cois Bhríde: C Roche, J Tobin, J Beecher, P Roche, R Geary, J Henley, A Crawford, D Mulcahy, I Beecher, J Neville, JP Lucey, R Grey, E Hynes, K O’ Farrell, D Buckley.
Subs: M Stewart for K O’ Farrell, B Hynes for D Mulcahy, T Roche for R Grey.
Wishing the best of luck to the boys and girls of Scoil Mhuire, Tallow, who are both playing Western football finals this weekend. Tulach an Iarainn abú!!