Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn
- Published: 01 May 2018
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.
Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 9, 17, 26, 28
Consolation Prizes: Nora Ryan, Pat Hartigan, Kay Twomey, Mick O’ Grady
Promoter: Mary Buckley
Next draw: Lukies, Tuesday May 8th
Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town.
Player Benefit Night
Just a reminder to all that the benefit night will be in Lizzy Langtons on Sat 19th May. This is to help defray some of the cost to one of our players who, through no fault of his own, was unable to avail of the players injury scheme. Music on the night will be by The Navvies (trad/folk band.) Your support would be very welcome.
The Kilkenny v Waterford legends game will take place this Sunday, May 6th in Kilmacow at 6pm. Tickets are €10. All proceeds from this fundraiser is going towards Pieta House in Waterford and Teach Tom in Kilkenny. Your support for this worthy fundraiser would be much appreciated.
Senior Hurling League
Tallow v Roanmore, Thursday May 3rd at 7.30pm in Tallow
Junior Hurling Championship
Tallow v Dungarvan, Friday June 8th at 7.30pm in Cappoquin.
u21 Football(B)Western Final:
Cois Bhride 1-8 An Ghaeltacht 0-8
Not the most inspirational fare one would have to say but this u12 Western football final between Cois Bhride and an Ghaeleacht, played in Cappoquin last Sunday at noon, was nevertheless engaging.It was keenly and cleanly contested with the final outcome in the balance to the end.
Cois Bhride opened with a flurry and looked to be well in control over the first quarter but failed to make a significant impact on the scoreboard. They were reduced to 14 men after what appeared to be a fairly innocuous incident mid way through the half. An Ghaeltacht countered and pinned Cois Bhride back into their own half for most of the second quarter but again they were guilty of some errant shooting. Four points apiece at the break was a reasonable reflection of play as both sides squandered opportunities. A fine penalty save from keeper Davey Tobin was crucial in the final shake up of this low scoring game.
It was more of the same at the start of the second half. The crucial score came after 14 minutes when Darragh Buckley rifled home a well taken goal which was quickly followed by a Ryan Grey point - enough to put Cois Bhride in the driving seat. It was certainly the turning point in the game. An Ghaeltacht pressed strongly right to the end but the goal they needed to tie up the game eluded them. Cois Bhride held out for a 3 point win which they fully deserved.
Well done and congratulations to the squad and team mentors. At the time of writing the date has not been confirmed for the county final.
David Tobin, Tom Roche, Jake Neville, Padraig Roche, Darragh Mulcahy, Robbie Geary, Jake Beecher, Jordan Henley(0-1), John Paul Lucey, Ian Beecher(0-1), Ryan Grey(0-4), Edward Hynes, Billy Hynes, Eoin McGrath(0-1), Kieran Crawford (0-1), Jack Crawford, Dean Beecher, Darragh Buckley(1-0), Ben Aherne, Kelvyn O Farrell.
Cois Bhríde joint captains Jake Neville and John Paul Lucey accepting the u21 Western football shield from Chairman of the Western board, Pat Grant
Cois Bhríde team who defeated An Ghaeltacht in the u21 Western football final in Cappoquin on Sunday last. Well done to all!!
CLG Tulach an Iarainn will hold the monthly committee meeting this Thursday, May 3rd at 9pm in the clubhouse. All members are requested to attend.
Friday 4th May - u14 footballers v St Patrick's at 7pm in Tallow
Friday 4th May - minor footballers v St Oliver's in Knockanore at 7.15pm
Monday 7th May - minor footballers v St Patrick's in Colligan at 11.30am
Monday 7th May - u13 footballers v St Oliver's in Tallow at 7pm
Monday 7th May - u9 hurlers v Dungarvan in Tallow at 7pm
Best of luck to all!