Notái CLG 26/07/2016
- Published: 26 July 2016
GAA Lotto, Sponsored by Kearney's Restaruant Tallow
Numbers drawn were 5,7,11,25, No winner
Consolation Prizes: A. McCarthy snr. Liam Moroney, M Kenneally, Sean and Josh Mangan.
Promoter; Mairead Sheehan
Next Draw: Lukies Aug 2nd
Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any business around the town. Please support our local lott. Tickets are just €2.00
Waterford Under 21
Best of luck to Jordan Henley adn all of the Waterford U21 panel when they take on Tipperary Wednesday night in the Munster U21 final in Walsh Park.
Waterford Senior Hurling
Well done to Waterford senior hrulers who have now qualified for the All Ireland Semi Final after defeating Wexford on Sunday last. This game will take place on August 7th
Minor Match Dublin v Limerick 1.30pm
Senior Match Kilkenny v Waterford 3.30pm
Prices as follows
Hogan Stand (No concession) €40
Cusack Stand €40
Terrace €25 (no juvenile tickets)
Family Tickets: Cusack and Davin Stands Adults €40 Juveniles €5 Students and Senior Citizens (Cusack and Davin Stand only) Purchase full price tickets and get rebate of €10 with valid I.D. at Block D, Stiles 1-5 in the Cusack Stand (Rebate can only be claimed on entry into the stadium via BLOCK D) Wheelchair Tickets: the wheelchair ticket and assistants ticket is only €40. Tickets are now on general sale online and via the Supervalu/Centra stores, if you are a paid up member and wish to order through the club, please text Liam Mulcahy on 087-2381671 by 7pm Wednesday 27th of July
Our monthly meeting will be held this Thursday, July 28th at 9pm in the clubhouse. All committee members are requested to attend.
Hard luck to our U13's who lost to Abbeyside last Monday evening
Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camp
This year's cul Camp is taking place from Monday 8th of August to Friday 12th of August. Any queires please contact Lisa Henley on 086-3461882
Tallow 2-3 Slaibh gCua 3-14
This was a fairly uneventful match from a Tallow perspective. The first half was competitive with Tallow managing to hold their own. Sliabh gCua converted a penalty just before half tiem which heralded the dominance they would enjoy throughout the second half. They moved the ball quickly and always had runners available as they took control of the game. They were by some margin the more accomplished footballing side on the night and on this form must be one of the outright favourites. Tallow to their credit have fulfilled all their fixtures and competed gamely in all. At no stage have we been able to field close to a full stength side. We are now entering the knock out stages so hopefully this will change.
Tallow:David Tobin, Alan Curley, Bob McCarthy, Jack Tobin, Kevin Henley, Shaun O'Sullivan, Eric Hickey, Mark O'Brien, Mikey Cruley, Jake Neville, Sean Gleeson (0-1) Tommy Daly (0-1) Stuart Barry, Evan Sheehan (1-0) Brian Henley, Mikey Tobin, Wm. Curley, Terence McSweeney.
Man of the match accolade is shared by Bob and Tommy, with anod to veteran Terence for his assist in Evan's goal.