Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by Mc Grath's Chemist Tallow.
We wish to extend our deepest symathy to the McCarthy family on the sad and untimely passing of John William. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
We wish to extend sincere sympathy to the Mangan family on the sad passing of Paddy. Ar dheis Dé go raibh an anam.
Cois Bhríde under 21 hurlers will play Dungarvan in the Western Championship at Lismore on Saturday 7th November. Throw in is 2pm.
Minor Hurling Final Replay Cois Bhride 0-11, Ballygunner 1-10.
They say replays are never the same as the drawn game and this was certainly true last sunday in Walsh Park when our minor hurlers lost the minor final replay narrowly to a physically stronger Ballygunner team on a very sticky pitch. Though we didn't play with the same fluency as the first game, we fought back from a six point deficit to come within a score, but with some key refereeing decisions it did not go our way. To say we were dissappointented would be a huge understatement. Ballygunner scored the first point, followed by two Ryan Grey pointed frees, but then the city side scored 1-3 to a single Edward Hynes point to take hold on a game. A goal against the run of play left us trailing by four points at the break. Following a few choice words at half time we got the first two scores of the second half, from placed balls, but Ballygunner scored four points in a row to leave us six in arrears. But there was charachter in this bunch of lads, and we outscored the 'Gunners by five points to one in the remainder of the game with scores from frees and one from play from Ryan. A couple of very dubious decisions such as pulling Edward Hynes back when he was clean through on goal to give us a free left our supporters seething and adding a mere two minutes additional time when there were a lot of stoppages in the half, was also was a bone of contention, as we had some momentum at that stage. However we congratulate Ballygunner on their win, they are certainly the dominant club in the county with the double under their belts. For us we have a minor county final football replay against Brickeys still to play and our U-21 hurlers have a match against Dungarvan this coming Saturday in Lismore at 2pm.
Panel; Davy Tobin, Darragh Mulcahy, Jake Beecher, Robbie Geary, Padraig Roche, Jordan Henley, Cathal Geary, Jake Neville, John Paul Lucey, Dylan Mangan, Kelvyn O'Farrell, Edward Hynes (0-1), Ian Beecher, Ryan Grey (0-10), Darah Buckley, Edward O Neill, Shane Ryan, Alan Buckley, Tom Roche, Billy Hynes.
There are still tickets avaliable for this draw. All monies raised will be retained within the club. Tickets are 10 euro and are avaliable in local businesses.
All outstanding monies to be paid to the promoters or David O Brien.
Brideview United Lotto
Numbers Drawn, 4,5,6,27, Jackpot not won, Match Three winners, Ben & Alfie, Bart O'Donoghue, and Michael Kenneally. Jackpot next week €2500. Promoter Fit 4 Life Gym.
Munster Junior Cup, Sunday 11th at 2pm Brideview Utd v Tycor
The club would like to congratulate the senior hurlers on reaching the County Final and wish them the best of luck in the final.
FAI National Draw:
Tickets for this draw are currently onsale from all committee members, with some fantastic prizes on offer.
Brideview Utd v Tycor FC
Brideview welcome Tycor to Brideview Park next Sunday to play the first round of the Munster Junior Cup. Brideview have had a lean patch in recent years losing out on a big scoreline to local rivals Lismore last season as well as similiar opposition to next Sunday. St.Pauls who also play in the Waterford league. Tycor have played four league games so far this season and sit mid table in the O'Neill's Division 2A league winning two and drawing with their only defeat coming to high flying Tramore Ranges who have won all thier games so far this season. It is an odd time for the season for all clubs into being in a position to field their strongest eleven and if we can squeeze through the opening few rounds who knows where it could lead to. Dave McInerney and Chris Murphy have been in fine goal scoring form and lets hope they can continue in that vein when Sunday comes.
Brideview United Lotto
Numbers Drawn 3,9,17,19 Jackpot not won
Six match 3 winners Eric Curley, Seamus O'Brien, Joe Geary, Colin Cunningham, Pat O'Leary and Shane Guildea. Jackpot €2,400
Quick Fire Quiz
The first quiz was held on friday night last, it was won by Kieran Frazer who emerged a clear winner ahead of Michael Sheehan, Michael Curley, Frankie Ryan and Michael Delaney, who was upset at the lack of Manchester United Questions.
Brideview Utd, took on Kinsale beg Celtic in what proved to be a fast moving game. Goal of the game came in the final minutes when Aaron Pratt found Eric Hickey at the edge of the box and he sent a thunderbolt to the roof of the net to leave in a final score of 9-0.
Mixed Results for United
OUr U-14 and U-11 teams were in action on Saturday last. Our U-14 team drew at home whild our U-11 team suffered a defeat in Cappoquin.
Results U-14 League
Brideview Utd. 2 Ballymacarbry 2
The visitors were short some regulars for their visits to Brideview Park but they still put up a good display and were happy to get a share of the points. The lads had a lot of the play but they failed to convert enough of these chances to collect all three points.
Cappoquin 4 Brideview Utd. 0
Our U-11 team travelled to Cappoquin but came up against a strong home side who ran out winners. The lads never got going on the day which does happen but not to worry lads, it's all about taking part!
The club extends its deepest sympathy to teh O'Riordan Family of Chapel St. on the sudden passing of Dan. May he rest in peace.
To the senior hurlers on Sunday next when they face neighbours Ballyduff in the semi final. I'm sure the lads would enjoy a place in the final. Best of Luck lads from all in United.
Again if anyone can volunteer on hour on Saturday morning to help out our coaches? It costs just €1 on a Saturday morning.
Republic of Ireland v Germany
This game takes place on Thursday 8th of October and a big number of local fans are travelling. there are still a few tickets left. I am informed that the local ones are selling out fast. Give Liam Frazer a call if you need a ticket.
Brideview Utd Lotto
Numbers drawn were 7,9,10,27
No winner, match 3 were €2,200, Promoter Benny
Next draw in Lukies Bar, Friday. Tickets availabe locally or on line @ locallotto.ie
Our club wear will be on sale and prices are available to see on our website contact 086-8109177 should you wish to purchase one. The first order is gone in and samples will be available to be seen in the next couple of weeks.
FAI National Draw
The club will be selling the FAI Naitonal Draw tickets shortly and they will have prizes from ipads to Cars and tickets are just €10
Cappoquin FC 2 Brideview Utd 2
Brideview game against Cappoquin last Sunday morning ended in stalemate as both sides cancelled each other out. It was Brideview who opened the scoring when Chris Murphys shot was parried by the keeper into the path of David McInerney and he pounced to prod the ball home. Cappoquin came more into the game without troubling Ritchie Murphy and United doubled ther lead on the thalf hour from the penalty spot. The penalty kick came from a darting run from the ever lively Mcinerney and when he crsossed new signing Jason O'Keeffe was felled in the box just as he was about to pull the trigger. Michael Curley converted the penalty with United looking comfortable approaching half time. But Cappoquin had other ideas and scored on 40mins and could have equalised just before the break only for the last gasp tackle from Aaron Pratt to deny them.
The score remained the same throughout a rain sodden second half up until the 80min when the Cappoquin substituet equalised to leave the final score at 2-2. United now have to get points from the remaining two fixtures to enter the knock out stages of this tournament.
Tony Bolger Cup-Saturday 19th
Brideview Utd v Lismore 5.30pm
First Aid benefits everyone. It can treat everything from a sprained ankle to a cardiac emergency. A little first aid know-how can have a big impact!
A QQI (previously Fetac) accredited Occupational First Aid course will take place in the Enterprise Centre in Tallow. The course will run for 3 full days on Sat 26th Sept, Sat 10th Oct & Sat 17th Oct. It starts at 9am until 5pm each day with breaks throughout the day. Please note that you must attend the 3 full days to receive your certificate. The cost of the course is €230 per person.
Tallow GAA Lotto - supported by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow:
Numbers drawn were: 6,12,20,23 - No winner. Consolation prizes: Sophie, Shane & Emma Cronin, Charlotte O'Connor, Anne O'Brien, Margaret Moore. Promoter: Sean O'Tuama. Next draw: The Hotel, Sept 14th. Jackpot: €7,200.
Our senior hurlers will play Ballygunner this Saturday 14th at 5pm in Bushy Park. This is the last game in the group stages, your support as always is welcome and very much appreciated.
Liam returns to the Cats:
Not much change to the Status Quo of the All Ireland hurling series as Kilkenny defeated Galway on Sunday last in Croke Park. A promising start by the tribesmen had many wondering was it their year? But whatever Jack Tyrell said at half time seemed to work wonders as they came out in the second half a completely different team, ensuring they retain the title given by many as the greatest team of all time. One would wonder, what are they doing that all other counties aren't??
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the Barry family, Townspark East on the sad passing of Mai. Ar dheis De go raibh a h-anam.
The annual draw took place on Friday last and results are as follows:
1st prize (2 All Ireland Hurling tickets) - Michael O'Keeffe
2nd prize (500ltrs home heating oil) - Seamus Murphy
3rd prize (€50) - Lindsay Murphy
Tallow Enterprise Centre Autumn courses will begin in September 2015.
Courses running this year are Computers (Beginners & Intermediate), Art Classes, Quilting Classes, Knitting Group, Children's Computers, Social Media for Everyday Life and ECDL. There is also Student Study sessions for secondary school pupils.
Are you a First Year College Student? Are you looking for some extra money?
Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity of winning the Tallow Area Credit Union Scholarship. The scholarship is open to all members of Tallow Area Credit Union. Two successful candidates will be chosen in an open draw. One award of €500 each to the successful applicants.
Rules of Scheme:
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn
Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearneys Restaruant (Aug 4th) Jackpot €6,200 Numbers Drawn were 4, 9, 25, 28, No winner,
Consolation Prizes to, Martina Henley, Sheila Brown, Pat Murphy, Betty Delaney, Promoter Chuck.
GAA Lotto Teds on (August 10th). Numbers Drawn 7, 9, 14, 18, No winner.
Consolation Prizes to, Lar O'Hara, Eileen Martin, Michael A. Leahy, Paddy Martin. Promoter Forbes,
Next draw August 17th in the Hotel (Jackpot of €6,400)
Both fields are booked for Thursday night with senior players on the bottom pitch and camogie players on the top field.
A reminder to all management to turn off lights, heating and showers before locking up.
Huge congratulations to the senior stars (Aidan) Ringo Kearney and Marie Coffey who were married on Saturday last.
Best of luck to the footballers who take on Old Parish this Saturday, August 15th in Bushy Park at 7pm.
In the Arch Ballroom with Music by Philip English, will be held on Friday August 28th from 9pm-12am. Admission €10.00 including refreshments.
Upcoming Dance, with Brendan and Patricia Lee on Thursday October 8th.
Communications Workers Union - Mallow Postal Branch
On 24th December 2009, Liam O'Hara, a postman of more than 20 years service to the community of Tallow/Knockanore, delivered his last letter. Liam was diagnosed woth Young On-Set Alzheimer's in March 2011 and officially retired in June 2011.
Liam passed away on the 12th May 2015.
A memorial walk/run will take place in Tallow on: Saturday 27th June 2015 at 11am. Registration from 10am, St. Patrick's Hall, Tallow. €5. Refreshments for participants afterwards.
Tallow has entered the Tidy Towns 2015 competition for the first time. We have a long road ahead and a lot of work to be done which will involve cleaning, painting and constant monitoring of litter. We are appealing to all residents and businesses to look after their own individual properties and area to the front of each property to ensure that paths are clean, litter free with no weeds present. We would appreciate if each house would arrange window boxes and hanging baskets to enhance the town. This year is our starting point and we will all move ahead in a positive manner to show Tallow to its best advantage!
The Tallow Tóstal Festival began in 2013, during the year of the Gathering. It continues to be a gathering of Tallow people celebrating with a wide range of activities over the June bank holiday weekend. Tallow invites you to their Tóstal Festival: take a trip down memory in the Arch Ballroom, browse the archive photos and join in a huge street party! There is a full programme of events available.
A quote from John Murray Sunday Night:
"The modern game of rugby is unrecognisable to the game we used to play 30 years ago, it was tough back then!!"
Huge congrats to Colin and Georgina on the birth of new baby Harvey.
We wish to thank all of our supporters, contributors, sponsors for your continued support throughout the year. It would not have been possible without all of you!!
Sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow
Tallow GAA Lotto - supported by Kearney's restaurant Tallow
Numbers Drawn: 1,5,6,20
Consolation Prizes, Dave Sheehan, Bernie Troy, Gerard Beecher (Shanballa) Paul Veale
Next draw, The hotel October 12th Jackpot €8,000
Tallow 1-14 Ballyduff 016
The Golfer Gary Player once said 'The secret to playing well is not how good your good shots are but how good your bad shots are'
This was evident for Tallow on Sunday as we survived a poor first half to go in at the break only three points down. Thomas Ryan ran and worked and suddenly we were four points clear and the match was there for us. When we needed William Henley he produced two great points for us in the first half to prevent Ballyduff from getting out of sight and never let his workrate drop despite being outnumbered on puckouts and when Ryan Grey was needed in the first half he was acurate and kept the scoreboard ticking over.
It was a great game of bluff and counter-bluff as James Murray and Stephen Molumphy circled one another. Molumphy was at the centre of everything good that Ballyduff did in the first half and was outstanding in the last ten minutes, his catch and score to reduce the deficit to one point in injury time being worth the price of admission alone.
Gallant in Defeat
In truty this game could have gone either way. To lose out by such a slender margin in a senior county Semi Final is bound to be heartbreaking for any team. Ballyduff were both dignifed and magnanimous in the aftermath of the game and we thank then for their congratulations and genuine well wishes.
Hearty congratulatins to senior selector Stuart Barry and his wife Aileen on the birth of baby Adam. I hear Stuart is after buying him a hurley already, Starting young!
CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow
Tallow GAA Lotto, Supported by Kearneys Restaurant Tallow
Numbers Drawn: 3,16,27,28, no winner
Consolation Prizes; Gretta Power, Margaret Barry, Lavinia Connolly, Helen Beecher
Promoter: Post Office
Next draw: Lukies, September 28th
Tallow 3-13 Dungarvan 0-18
There was a moment in the second half of this tense, sodden encounter that encapsulated the spirit and courage of Tallow last Sunday night. We were three points down with about five minutes to go when James Murray received a short puckout from Sully but Dungarvan read it well, bottled him up and won a free to go four clear. At the resultant puckout James called for the ball again, wanting the responsibility and showing for the ball when another man and another team would have looked the other way. It wasn't long before we were attacking again and the goals started to flow.
In truth, Dungarvan can feel a little hard done by with the scoreline as they played a lot of good hurling but couldn't put us away and, due to our defensive excellence and organisation, never really threatened our goal except for injury time. Again it comes down to courage as Terance stuck to the plan and never panicked on the line or tried to change something that was working, just for the sake of it.
The great Italian football manager Arrigo Sacchi once said that courage is putting on a midfielder to keep the ball better when the crowd is screaming for another striker. Terance kept with the plan of having our forwards, Evan and William in particular, working themselves into the ground while we slowly gained control around the middle and halfback line. The whole team, played exceptionally well, in diffucult conditions to achieve the ultimate finish.
Now on to play Ballyduff, in what will be a repeat of the group game in which there was nothing between the sides and is sure to be white-hot local derby.
The Tallow support was tremendous and it doesn't go unnoticed by team and management. it was fantastic to see and hear so many fans during and after the agme,. Lets come out in droves again on Sunday week when we take on a Ballyduff team that are really coming into their own in this championship. The game will take place on Sunday October 4th at 2pm in Fraher Field
CLG Tulach an Iarainn (sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow)
G.A.A. Lotto Tallow
Numbers drawn were 1,12,27,28
Consolation Prizes: Mary Flynn, Michael Cronin (Kildinan) Martina Henley, Michael A. Leahy
Promoter: Fiona McDonnell
Next Draw: Corner House September 21st
Tallow 0-16 Ballygunner 0-20
After heavy rainfall Friday and a terrible start to Saturday morning, the evening turned out duprrisingly well, with not a drop of frain for the duration of the game. Tallow fought to the bitter end and will be somewhat satisfied with a much improved performance from the last day. They were delt a blow prior to the game withthe loss of Aidan (RIngo) Kearney due to illness. Ballygunner had a superior start with two tremendous points from play. Tallow responded with a point from Thomas Ryan to keep the difference to a minimum. The game was tit for tat with the speed of hurling in the opening half much faster than the previous round. This was no surprise as Ballygunner are renowned for their lightening pace and abundance of talant. Tallow will, howver, be disappointed missing 3 goal chances in this game and will hopw to convert such chances if they arise this weekend as the knockout stages begin on Sunday. The halftime score of 8 points apiece reflected the tight nature of the game but Tallow cound have been in the lead had they been given that little element of luck and converted some of their chances.
It's a Social World, don't feel left out!
Social Media for Everyday Life course beginning in Tallow Enterprise Centre on Thursday 24th September from 2pm - 4pm. This is a 6 week course and will involve learning about various online communities like Facebook, Twitter etc as well as how to connect to social media on your own Ipad / Iphone.
Tallow GAA Lotto supported by Kearney's Restaruant Tallow
Numbers drswn were 1, 10, 13, 24,
Consolation Prizes: Anna Stewart, Michael A. Leahy, Trish McCarthy, Bernie Murphy
Promoter: Denis Tobin
Next Draw Teds September 7th
Tallow 0-15 Fourmilewater 1-13
Management and players will be extremely frustrated to lose a game which they could have won, playing so poorly. Tallow never got out of first gear and one may be forgiven for saying they were all aware that this level of performance cannot be repeated as we are now entering the business end of the championship. as other results have shown, this year's championship is quite open and up for grabs for a number of clubs, including ourselves. on a more positive note, our levell of performance usp to htis blip has been impressive and we need to return to this for the game in two weeks time. our aim ofr hte next day will be to improve the speed of our huroiong, up the work rate 10 fold and reduce the amoutn of simple errors made. the game itself, what can i say? well 2 points from play speaks volumee and depicts just how lacklustre the preformanc was. We should have taken advantage of the FMW red card in teh second half but didn't and ended up losing the game 1-13 to 0.15. Onwards and upwards from her when we play Ballygunner on September 12th in Bushy Park
Tallow GAA Lotto
Supported by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn this week were; 16,20,22,26
Consolation Prizes: Bryan Farrell, Gillian Power, Eleanor Daly, Cliona Murphy, Mark Stewart.
Promoter: Liam Moroney
Next Draw: Lukies August 31st Jackpot €6,800
Best of luck to our Senior Hurers who play Fourmilewater this Sunday August 30th at 5.30pm in Fraher Field. This is an important one for the guys! Your support would be greatly appreciate.
Our Junior Hurlers will play Coligan this Friday in Fraher Field at 8.15pm. Hope to see you all there to cheer them on!
Waterford U.14 Development Squad Tournament
Wishing 3 of our Under 14 players the best of luck for next weekend as they take part in this years Tony Forrestal/Sonny Walsh tournaments Sunday 29th of August in Waterford. Shaun Henley and Dean Beecher are part of the Waterford Squad for the Tony Forrestal Tournament while Ciaran McCarthy is part of the Waterford Squad for the Tony Walsh Tournament. Eenjoy the day lads!
CLG Tulach an Iarainn
(Sponsored by McGraths Pharmacy Tallow)
Junior Football Championship: Tallow 1-07 Old Parish 1-08
Just when they looked to have sealed their place in the semi-finals, Tallow were denied in the last minute when Old Parish were awarded a penalty, which they converted to end Tallow's involvement in this years junior football championsip. Tallow had earlier been denied a penalty in an almost identical situation involving an illegal foot block.
it really was a game of two halves! Tallow played poorly in the first half but did enough in the second half to merit a narrow victory, there was very little in it either way. We wish Old Parish the best.
It wasn't inspiritn fare to be honest, with just two points in the first half from Mikey Curley. Old Parish were clearly the better team and were six points ahead at the break. It was hard to see how they could lose the game at this point.
An improved second half performance from Tallow in the second half with the introduciton of Jordan Henley gave us added impetus and mobility in attack. He opened the scoring for Tallow with a well taken point and Mikey added two more frees to reduce the deficit to a single score. Old Parish had a point of their own before a Paul O'Brien goal put Tallow in the lead for the first time.
Liam O'Hara Memorial Walk
A large crowd turned up on June 27th last, to show their support to the O'Hara family who had organised this event in conjunction with the postmen of Ireland and in aid of St. Anne's Alzheimers Unit in Dungarvan. The total collected on the day was €1,600 and an overall total along with the postmen nationwide, presented to St. Annes Unit was €9,100.
Liam's family would like to sincerely thank everyone who made this event possible and who helped out on the day, the sponsors of the refreshments, the stewards and to the tea makers and bakers who made sure everyone had a welcome cuppa when they returned to the hall.
Well done to all who took part.
Notai CLG Tulach an Iarainn: sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow
Junior Football (Premier):
Our Junior team will play An Sean Phobal in the quarter final in Bushy Park Saturday 15th August at 7pm.
Thursday 6th Aug: Under 14 Hurling Div 2 - Home v Clonea, 7pm.
Saturday 8th Aug: Under 16 Hurling Div 2 - Away v Clonea, 6pm.
Monday 10th Aug: Under 14 Hurling Div 2 - Home v An Gaeltacht, 7pm.
Tuesday 11th Aug: Minor Hurling Division 1 - Home v St. Carthages, 7.30pm.
Best of Luck to Waterford Senior Hurlers who take on Kilkenny in the All Ireland Semi Final this Sunday, 9th in Croke Park.
Attention All Players & Team Management:
The GAA would like to remind all players at all levels in all Hurling games and Hurling practice sessions that it is mandatory for, and the responsibility of, each individual player to wear a helmet with a facial guard that meets the standards set out in IS:335 or other replacement standard as determined by the National Safety Authority of Ireland (NSAI). All players are advised that in the event of a head injury occuring, if the helmet being worn does not meet the standard or is modified or altered from the original manufactured state, they are not covered under the terms of the GAA Player Injury Fund.
We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the Kearney and McCarthy families on the sad and untimely passing of Loretta. Loretta was a stalwart member of the original Tallow Juvenile GAA Club and an extremely competent treasurer who spearheaded the financial side of our main fundraiser (The Horse Fair Draw) for many successful years. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family at this sad time. Ar Dheis De Go Raibh a Hanam.
We wish to extend our sympathy to Niamh O'Neill and Paul O'Brien on the passing of Niamh's mother, Joan. Ar Dheis De Go Raibh a Hanam.
It's that time of the year when for soccer clubs most of the action takes place off the field. Clubs and leagues will now be holding their AGM's and will be looking for new faces to inject new ideas.
Schoolboys A.G.M. will be on Monday 15th June at 8pm in the gym in Brideview Park. Junior A.G.M. will take place on Friday 19th June at 8pm in Clancy's Bar.
New players, as we all know, are also very welcome to join any club. Here in Brideview, we are looking for new players & new faces on the committee. Even if it's an hour of your time a week, it will be more than welcome!
Summer camp starts on Monday 20th July – Friday 24th July. All kids aged 5 – 13 years welcome! Prices - €40 for 1 child, €70 for 2 children & €90 for 3 children. Any queries, please contact Dominic Power on (058) 56807.
Sarah came to enter the Waterford Rose Selection through winning the Tallow Tóstal Festival Queen competition in 2014. Sarah took part in the Waterford Rose selection in April of this year and was overwhelmed to be crowned Waterford Rose 2015.
On the June Bank Holiday weekend, after a 3 day selection, Sarah will know if she will represent Waterford in Tralee in August 2015. Whatever the outcome we all know she will do her utmost to be a great representative for Tallow as the 2015 Waterford Rose.