Notaí CLG Tullach and Iarainn 15/03/16
- Published: 15 March 2016
Notaí CLG Tullach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow.
Tallow GAA Lotto - supported by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow.
Numbers drawn were: 11,16,25,26. No winner. Consolation Prizes: Musical Chair, Laurence Daly, Chloe, Darrah Buckley & Co, Margaret Nugent. Promoter: Teds. Next Draw: Teds, March 21st. Jackpot €5,000.
Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or andy businesses arount the town. Please support, Tickets €2.
Last Man Standing - 4 knocked out this weekend. 13 still in with another 5 awaiting Leicester.
Waterford Seniors - The hurlers suffered their first League defeat on Sunday last when they lost to Dublin at Walsh Park. Their next encounter is this Sunday against Galway at Walsh Park.
Cóbhrón - CLG Tulach an Iarainn wishes to express our sincere sympathy to Agnes Curley and Family on the sad passing of Michael Whelan. Ar Dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Hats - Tallow hats will be available to purchase but we need a minimum number to place an order. Please contact any of the senior management if you are interested. They will certainly keep you warm going to matches at the moment!!
Mascot - We are looking for names of people interested in mascots for the 5 group championship games this year. Children have to be between ages of 8 and 12. Draw will be made then from names entered. Please contact Ter.
Deise Day - The Punchestown 5 day racing festival takes place from Tuesday 26th to Saturday 30th April 2016. Waterford GAA and Waterford Ladies have teamed up for their 2nd year together and will hold Deise Day at Punchestown on Saturday 30th April 2016. Proceeds from this fundraiser to be split 50/50 between Waterford GAA and the Waterford Ladies Development Fund. Tickets are now on sale at €150 per person/€1,500 for a table of Ten.
Cois Bhríde - Minor Football. Cois Bhríde 5-10, Stradbally 3-7.
After the first round was postponed because of bad weather, Cois Bhríde Minor footballers finally played their first match last Saturday night against Stradbally away. We got off to a good start with early goals from Conor McCarthy and Shane Ryan, and points from kieran Crawford, Billy Hynes and Edward O'Nell. We led by 10 points at half time, and though we let the home side back into the game in the second half, we managed to hang on to our lead with further goals from Eoin McGrath, and another from the deadly Conor. We had some great performances throughout the team with Darragh Mulcahy anchoring the backs, Edward O'Neill and Cathal Geary in the middle of the park, and young Kieran Crawford, Conor McCarthy, and Shane O'Neill the pick of the forwards.