Tallow GAA Notes 22nd March 2016
- Published: 22 March 2016
Notai CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow.
Tallow GAA Lotto - sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 4, 10, 11, 22
Consolation Prizes: Helen Beecher, John A Tobin, Sophie, Shane & Emma Cronin, Kiera & Hannah O'Donnell
Promoter: Paula Connolly
Next Draw: The Hotel, Tuesday 29th March
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.
Last Man Standing
Unlucky 13 for some, but not for the remaining 13 competitors in this years Tallow GAA Last Man Standing. 5 fallers this week which post Cheltenham is not a bad result. These fallers were as follows: Neil O'Sullivan - Newcastle, Callum McCarthy & Maurice Murphy - West Brom, Tadgh McCarthy - Watford, Kieran Casey who entered no team & was assigned West Ham the highest placed team he had yet to pick. Of the 13 remaining competitors, 11 made it through by picking Swansea who made it through by beating Aston Villa.
The other 2 made it through by picking Arsenal to beat the new billionaires of Everton. List of those still in are: Brendan Keohane, Liam Moroney, Nora O'Sullivan, Michael O'Halloran, Michael Delaney, Wesley Connolly Tong, Ian Mackintosh, Turlough Duggan, Eamon Tobin, Anne Daly, Aidan Ryan, David McGovern, Darah Buckley.
Just a reminder to anyone interested in being a mascot for any of the 5 group championship games, please get your child's name in to Terence as soon as possible. This is open to all children between the ages of 8 and 12. The draw will then be made from names entered.
Strictly Come Dancing
Tallow GAA Club will host Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday 4th June at the Arch Ballroom in conjunction with Tallow Tostal Festival. This will be a star studded event featuring local legends and a number of special guests. Organiser Denis Tobin is busy lining up his dance teams and rehearsals will begin shortly. More about this soon.
Thanks to the lads and ladies who helped out with the work at Pairc Eamonn de Paor last Saturday. Coleman O'Flynn aka Chuck was running the operation and all went well. Special word of thanks to Pat Hogan who dug out the bases and to Michael O'Keeffe who provided a tractor and trailer. It is hoped to have the new dugouts, supplied by Goalpost Ireland, in place within a couple of weeks. We have a lot more to do but at least we have made a start!
We wish our club treasurer Mairead who has been in hospital a speedy recovery.
Sargent Cup / League Game V Ballyduff this Thurs night at 7.45 in Ballyduff.
Junior Football V Shamrocks on Sat 9th April in Lismore at 5.30.
Shop Local Sean Walsh has a range of club and county wear in stock. Sean is a very generous supporter of many clubs in the area and we urge all members to shop local.
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wishes to extend sincere sympathy to the McCarthy family on the sad passing of Tom. Ar Dheis Go Raibh a Anam.
Waterford Senior Hurlers gave a very positive performance on Sunday last when they drew with Galway at Walsh Park. Well done to all involved! They will play Wexford in the quarter final of the league on Sunday 3rd April at Wexford Park.
Could anyone who has entered or wishes to enter the Deise Draw give the money to Fada or any of the promoters by this Thursday as the draw begins this Friday 25th.
Membership is now overdue and can be paid to Donna Buckley or Finn McCarthy.
Student Player €35
Player & Partner €55
NED POWER SHIELD
Last Friday we continued the Ned Power Shield where Kilkenny beat Tipperary and Cork beat both Waterford and Tipperary to top the table. The final on this Friday evening (25th) will be between Cork and Waterford. The other game will be between Tipperary and Kilkenny. Throw in at 6.30, please be at the pitch for 6.20. All welcome to attend. Tea and refreshments afterwards in the clubhouse. Best of Luck to all teams!