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Club Notes: 16th July 2018

posted by Mark Baldwin

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Junior Hurling Championship:
Tallow face Fourmilewater in the western semi-final of the junior hurling (B) in Cappoquin on Thursday evening @ 7 30. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Senior Hurling Championship:
Our senior hurlers will meet near neighbours Ballyduff next in the senior hurling championship. This is scheduled for the week-end of 12th August.

U21 Hurling Championship
The u21 hurlers are drawn against Comeragh Gaels in the Western semi –final of the u21A championship. This game is scheduled for August 3rd at 7 in the Fraher Field. The date, just a week before senior championship, is far from ideal from a Tallow point of view. There would appear to be plenty of gaps in the calendar to slot this fixture in at a more appropriate time. All senior teams would like to have their full panel together on the week-end before championship and very few if any would be playing challenge games let alone championship.

U21 Football (B) County Final:
We meet Portlaw/Ballyduff in the U21 County final. This game was postponed originally and we haven’t received a new date as yet.

Stewards Appeal:
There is a severe shortage of match stewards for championship games at the moment. The Western Board has asked all clubs to provide at least two stewards on a rota basis to be available to steward at Western venue games. If any of our members are willing to help out with this matter please contact either Lindsay Murphy (Runai) , Liam Mulcahy (Cathaoirleach) or any committee member.

Cois Bhride:
Congratulations to Cois Bhride u 15 hurlers who defeated who defeated Brickey Rangers 3-15 to 3-07 in the Western Final on Saturday.

Tallow GAA Lotto: supported by Kearney’s Restaurant
16/7/’18. Nos Drawn: 9, 12, 19, 27. No jackpot winner
Consolation Prize winners: Colin Cunningham, Kaye Murray, Dolores Hartigan, Paddy Martin. Promoter: Anne Tobin.
Next Draw: 23/7/’18 at Corner House! Jackpot: €3,400

Tallow Junior Hurling Team that drew the county Final of 1981.
Back row (l to r) Micheal Condon, John Fitzgerald, Noelie Sheehean, Pat Murphy, Pat Henley, Don Henley, Aidan Ryan, Connie Henley, Paddy Joe Sheehan, Michael Creed, Con Ryan, Dick O'Mahoney, Johnny McCarthy.
Front Row (l to r) Kevin Tobin, Dermot Cantillion Jim O'Donoghue, Johnny Geary, Seamus Tracey, Tom McSweeney, Seanie Pratt, Ned Power, Liam McCarthy, Martin Murphy, Jimmy Cronin

Club Notes: 9th July 2018

posted by Mark Baldwin

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 15, 19, 21, 28
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Noel Sheehan, John White, Myles Tobin, Eamonn Cunningham
Promoter: Mary Murphy
Next draw: The Hotel, July 16th
Jackpot: €3,200

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town.

Fixtures
Senior Hurling V Ballyduff Upper on the weekend of August 12th. Time, exact date and venue details to be confirmed.

Deise Draw
Could all outstanding monies be handed in to Fada or any of the promoters at your earliest convenience.

Club Notes: 2nd July 2018

posted Jul 8, 2018, 3:22 PM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Jul 8, 2018, 3:23 PM ]

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 13, 16, 21, 24
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Clíona, Mark & Anna, Kathleen Delaney, Margaret Moore, Paul O' Mahony
Promoter: Denny Cunningham
Next draw: Kenirys July 9th
Jackpot: €3,000

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town.

Fixtures
U21 football County final v Portlaw/Ballyduff in Kill on Sunday July 8th at 2pm.
Junior hurling Western semi final v Fourmilewater on Thursday July 19th.

Comhbhrón
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wishes to extend sincere sympathy to the McCarthy family Curraheen, on the sad passing of Mary (Molly.) Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.

Senior Hurling ChampionshipTallow 1-14 Fourmilewater 1-13
Tallow and Fourmilewater produced a nail biting encounter in difficult playing conditions on Saturday evening last. Us spectators were just about able to cope with the heat never mind the thirty misfortunes on the pitch. They coped well with it however and managed to come out with a one point victory, the final point being scored by the on form Evan Sheehan. Fourmilewater got the first score of the game after just three minutes to which Jake Neville swiftly replied with one of his own. Fourmilewater followed with two to our one and the game continued with this pattern until Fourmilewater scored their goal. Evan Sheehan put Tallow ahead again mid way through the first half. The first goal of the game came from a rebound following a marvellous save by Shaun O Sullivan and this put Tallow under severe pressure as Fourmilewater followed the goal with three points in a row. Tallow were awarded a penalty approaching the end of the first half. Thomas Ryan stepped up to take and finished it perfectly in the back of the Fourmilewater net. Half time score Tallow 1-5 Fourmilewater 1-8. Tallow trailed by three and had it all to do in the second half. Despite four frees being awarded against Tallow in the first three minutes Tallow looked sharper in the second half. They scored five points in a row with no response. Those points were scored by Darah Buckley, Thomas Ryan, Ian Beecher and Evan Sheehan. The ever solidTallow full back line ensured scores were not going to be given easily at all!! They sent some very intelligent ball to their forwards and so the forwards reaped the rewards. The sides were level with five minutes to go after Fourmilewater pointed a free and this game could have gone either way. Luckily enough Tallow held their composure and Evan tapped over the winner. Fourmilewater sent a long and dangerous ball into the square with one minute to go. This was caught brilliantly on the line by Mark O' Brien and driven into the stand. We didn't mind where he hit it at this stage because the catch was good enough for us. Tallow ran out eventual winners on a scoreline of 1-14 to 1-13. A draw will be made to determine our next opponents so watch this space.
Scorers for Tallow: T Ryan 1-5 (3f) E Sheehan 0-4 R Grey 0-2 (2f)D Buckley, I Beecher J Neville 0-1 each
Tallow: S O' Sullivan, M Tobin, D O' Brien, K Kearney, M O' Brien, R Geary, R Beecher, T Ryan, J Henley, D Mulcahy, I Beecher, J Neville, R Grey, E Sheehan, D Buckley
Subs for Tallow: T Daly, M Stewart, B McCarthy

Photo shows the Tallow Senior hurling team who defeated Fourmilewater on Saturday evening last.

Wedding Bells
Wishing one of our senior hurlers Mark O’ Brien best wishes for his upcoming wedding to Lisa Fitzsimons this Friday. We wish you both a lifetime of happiness together.

Club Notes: 25th June 2018

posted Jun 26, 2018, 4:46 PM by Mark Baldwin

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 3, 8, 9, 26
No winner
Consolation Prizes: L Daly, John Doyle, Colette O Flynn, Joanne Fitzgerald
Promoter: Tom Doyle
Next draw: Lukies, July 2nd
Jackpot: €2,800

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town.

Fixtures
Senior Hurling v Fourmilewater Saturday June 30th at 8pm in Fraher Field
U21 football county final July 8th at 2pm in Kill

Get well soon
Wishing a speedy recovery to Mike Kearney from all in the club.

Committee Meeting
CLG Tulach an Iarainn will hold our monthly committee meeting on Thursday June 28th at 8.30pm in the clubhouse. All members are requested to attend.

Junior Hurling:
Tallow Advance to Western Semi-Final
Tallow 1-19 Lismore 1-12

A warm summer’s sun and the prospect of a competitive encounter between local rivals Tallow and Lismore brought a sizeable crowd to a resplendent Pairc De Paor on Friday evening. The light breeze wasn’t exactly hair parting but Tallow had the benefit of it for the opening half. An industrious Kieran Fraser who contested every ball that crossed his path put Tallow ahead with a brace of points to settle his team for the fray. Lismore replied with three on the trot to put them ahead; the only time they would lead throughout the game. Tallow registered 4 consecutive points from Rob O Sullivan, Eoin Condon, Eoin McGrath and again Kieran Fraser who was well up for this local derby. Lismore stayed in touch and always posed a threat. They finished the low scoring half just 2 points in arrears (Tallow 0-9 – Lismore 0-7) and looked like they had more to offer. To be honest I was thinking at half time we had our work cut out to win this game.
Kevin Henley, who continues to given outstanding service, covered every blade of grass and contributed 4 points in total. He fired over the first point of the second half. Lismore had a number of goal chances and landed plenty of ball in the Tallow square but were denied by a defiant Tallow defence marshalled by James Murray, Ken, Noel, Jack and Stinger. John Paul Grey hasn’t lost his touch. His booming puck outs and timely saves contributed to the eventual outcome. . I better not forget Stephen Pratt! He reads the game well and rarely wastes possession.
Brian McCarthy scored 1-1, maintaining his consistent scoring ratio. When Brian gets in gear he poses a serious threat. Lismore’s performance drooped midway through the second half when they were still in contention. Games turn with a flick of a ball! Had they converted goal chances it might have been a different story. Tallow introduced Ben Aherne and Billy Henley. Both lads injected pace and offered a renewed threat to the Tallow attack force which in turn took the pressure off our defence. Tallow were comfortable winners at end of play.

Tallow:
JP Grey, S Pratt, J Tobin, E Hickey, N Condon (0-1), J Murray, Ken Kearney, K Fraser(0-4), K Henley (0-4), T McGrath, E Condon (0-1), R O Sullivan (0-4) , E McGrath (0-1), B McCarthy (1-1), M Murphy, B Aherne (0-1), B Henley, S Curley, S Slattery.
Dungarvan top the group unbeaten in 4 games. Tallow hold second place with 3 wins out of 4 which sees them into the semi- final. Dungarvan are the form team and favourites to take the Western title. Other contenders will have to step up to the mark. All to play for!

Photo shows the Tallow Junior team who defeated Lismore on Friday evening last:


Club Notes: 18th June 2018

posted Jun 26, 2018, 4:35 PM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Jun 26, 2018, 4:39 PM ]

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 1, 8, 17, 20
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Bertie Moore, Bart O' Donoghue, Bernie Kearnery, Colette O' Flynn
Promoter: Fordes
Next draw: The Corner House June 25th
Jackpot: €2,600

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town.

Fixtures
Junior hurling v Lismore in Ballysaggart at 7.30pm
Senior hurling v Fourmilewater on the weekend of July 1st

Deise Draw
Could all outstanding monies be given to the promoters as soon as possible please.

U21
Best of luck to Jordan Henley and Ian Beecher when they take on Cork in the u21 championship in Pairc Uí Chaoimh this Wednesday evening.

Waterford senior hurling
Waterford were unlucky not to beat Cork on Sunday last in Thurles. They lost out on a scoreline of 1-20 to 1-23. Derek McGrath announced his resignation on Monday night. We thank him for everything he has done for Waterford over his time in charge and we wish him all the best for the future.

Well wishes
We wish a speedy recovery to Tom Doyle who is currently in hospital. Get well soon Tom.

Junior Hurling:
Tallow 1-15 Ballyduff 1-13
A strong breeze dictated the pattern of play, to a large extent, in this junior hurling championship game , played in Tallow last Friday evening. Tallow had wind advantaged in the first half and led by 9 points to 4 at the break. It could have been more as we had ample possession but squandered scoring opportunities.
Points from Kevin Henley and Eoin Condon followed by a well taken goal from Brian McCarthy stretched Tallow’s lead to 9 points (1-11 to 0-5) 10 minutes into the second half. Tallow looked comfortable at this stage but Ballyduff countered with a goal of their own and continued to whittle away at Tallow’s lead. There was only a poc of a ball in it at the end but Tallow showed good spirit to hold out for the win.

Tallow: JP Grey, S Pratt, J Tobin, E Hickey, K Kearney, J Murray,N Condon, K Fraser, R 0 Sullivan, K Henley, E Condon, T McGrath, J Power, B McCarthy, M Murphy, B Henley, B Aherne, S Slattery, A Buckley,S Curley.
Tallow play Lismore at 7 30 in Ballysaggart this Friday evening.

Finn- A Tribute from Tallow GAA Club
We will miss him dearly. It’s difficult to sum up such a multi faceted character in just a few lines. We will miss his company, his wit, his camaraderie, his joie de vivre, his friendship and solid advice. Most of all we will miss the laughter and the fun he brought to our lives. A rare gift and one that won’t be replaced!

When he was in full flow, giving vent to his zest for life, he was incomparable. He was both erudite and entertaining. Behind all the fun and banter he was highly intelligent and well informed on national and international affairs. He thrived on banter and was more than a match for any in verbal jousting. How often did we listen to his lectures on the battle of the Kursk or ancient Greek history? As Johnny Geary says:“We couldn’t contradict him!” Back in the day he was crowned “Brain of the West” when he swept aside all challengers in a quiz competition. He had a questioning informed mind and a sharp intellect.

Finn loved Tallow! I’ve never come across anyone so at peace and happy in his homeland. He could go through every household in Convent Street and lamented those we lost through immigration in the 50’s and 60’s. He never wanted to see anybody leave Tallow. He never wanted to be anywhere only Tallow.

Finn’s contribution to Tallow GAA was immense and maybe not fully appreciated. He served as selector with almost every age group in the club. I well remember himself, Dan Casey and the late Billy O Keefe working with our u16 footballers. He was part of the management that brought our junior hurlers to a county final and was again involved when the minors won a county title. There was an adventurous spirit in the club over the last few decades. Tallow GAA travelled to the US and several locations in Europe. Finn was always to the fore. He was like a pilgrim leading us to new horizons. We made several trips to Tyrone over this period also – the first in 1997when Tallow ventured north with an u16 team led by Finn, Rachael Ryan, Colin Cunningham, Tom Doyle, Sean Sheehan and Johnny Geary. The Naomh Columcille hurling club in east Tyrone have fond memories and hold him dear to their hearts.

He was Chairman of Tallow Juvenile GAA club from ’97 to 2000 and was the popular choice as first Chairman when Tallow and Shamrocks amalgamated at under age level to form Cois Bhride. At adult club level he held the positions of Vice Chairman, Membership Officer, and Irish Language Officer. He was always available and willing to serve Tallow GAA. Our steadfast Lotto committee will greatly miss his invigorating presence.

In the so called land of be grudgers he stood apart. He was always positive and encouraging. Nothing pleased him more than to see local enterprise thriving. If I could pick a word to describe him it would have to be as Gaeilge. “Fuinneamh” He was bursting with passion and energy. Bhi duil aige sa teangaduchais. Finn was a fervent nationalist with an in-depth knowledge of Irish history and culture. He was a fluent Irish speaker and availed of every opportunity to speak the native language. For that alone he will leave a huge void.

Those closest to him will forever mourn his loss. It will never be the same without him. We will miss his humour and wit, his passion for life and generousity of spirit. Most of all we will miss his friendship and support. Slan a chara.

I measc laochra na bhflaitheas go raibh a anam uasal.
Coalisland

Budapest


Club Notes: 11th June 2018

posted Jun 11, 2018, 5:14 PM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Jun 26, 2018, 4:30 PM ]

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
11/6/18
Numbers drawn were: 2, 17, 19, 25
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Clíona Ní Mhurchú, Carmel Daly, Skippy Donnelly, Marian Forbes
Promoter: Pat Murphy
Next draw: The Hotel, June 18th
Jackpot: €2,400

Lotto results from Tuesday June 5th
Numbers drawn were: 2, 4, 18, 20
No winner
Consolation Prizes: James Gill, Angela O' Hara, Aileen Twomey, Liam Fraser
Promoter: Chuck
Next draw: Kenirys, 11th June
Jackpot: €2,200

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town. 

Fixtures
Junior hurling v Ballyduff, Friday June 15th at 7.30pm in Tallow
Senior hurling - next round dates will be confirmed shortly

Junior Hurling
Our junior hurlers were defeated by Dungarvan on Friday last in Aglish on a scoreline of 2-24 to 1-16.
Tallow team: S Pratt, S Curley, J Tobin, K Kearney, N Condon, J Murray, R O' Sullivan, K Fraser, T McGrath, B Henley, E Condon, B McCarthy, J Power, M Murphy, E McGrath.
Subs: B Aherne for M Murphy, A Buckley for B Henley.

Waterford Hurling
A disappointing result for the senior hurlers when they lost out to Limerick on Sunday last. This puts them out of contention for this years championship and one would have the question the new system and its merits (if any.) Is it a coincidence/sheer bad luck or what to say that the two Munster teams who had to play four games in 21 days are now out of the championship on the 10th of June. Surely these players deserve at least one extra rest week between games? Waterford will play Cork this Sunday, June 17th in Thurles at 2pm. We wish Thomas Ryan and the Waterford panel the best of luck.
The minor hurlers had a fantastic victory over Limerick prior to the senior game. Well done to Dean Beecher and Sean Henley and best of luck to them this weekend as they take on Cork on Sunday in Semple Stadium, Thurles also.

Waterford Football
Well done to the Waterford footballers who recorded their first championship victory since 2011 defeating Wexford on Saturday last. They will play Monaghan next on the 23rd of June in Fraher Field at 2pm.

Scoil Mhuire
Well done to the boys and girls of Scoil Mhuire who won both hurling and camogie county finals on Thursday last.

Cois Bhríde

MICHAEL CONDON SHIELD
The Condon Shield was played in Tallow pitch recently with two Cork teams, Eire Og and St. Catherine's and 2 Waterford teams Cois Bhride and Ballyduff in attendance. Each team played 3 matches with Cois Bride winning all three of their matches and receiving the Condon Sheild.

JUMPING JACKS BLITZ
Well done to St Catherine's who won the Jumping Jacks Blitz recently.

U9 hurlingOur u9 hurlers who played a blitz in An Rinn last Saturday. Well done to all involved.

PRIMARY GAMES
Well done to Callum McCarthy from Scoil Mhuire Tallow who was picked to represent Waterford at the Primary Games during half time of the Munster Senior Hurling championship against Limerick last Sunday.

Club Notes: 4th June 2018

posted Jun 10, 2018, 5:27 PM by Mark Baldwin

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Lotto
Due to the bank holiday there will be no lotto results in this week’s notes. Both results will be in next week’s notes.

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around the town.Please support the local lotto.Tickets are €2




Photo shows Paddy Joe Sheehan presenting the Jim Deane Cup to the Cloyne captain. Our senior hurlers were defeated by Cloyne on Friday evening last.
Thanks to everyone who made sandwiches and brought cakes. Thanks also to Amy and Aoife who served the refreshments after the match.

County Finals
Best of luck to the boys and girls of Scoil Mhuire who will play their hurling and camogie county finals on Thursday.

Waterford v Clare
Best of luck to Thomas Ryan and the Waterford senior hurling panel who will play Limerick in the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday. Throw in is at 2pm. Tickets for the game can be got through Centra, SuperValu and gaa.ie
Best of luck to Dean Beecher and Shaun Henley who are part of the minor panel that play Limerick on Sunday also.

Cois Bhríde

JUMPING JACKS BLITZ
We had six teams taking part in this years jumping jacks under 8 hurling tournament. Cois Bhride, St Catherine's, St Carthages, Cappoquin and Abbeyside x 2. Each team played each other in a 12 minute game and the winners were the team that scored the most goals over the 5 games. This years winners were St Catherines, well done to all involved.

MICHAEL CONDON SHIELD
Well done to our u11s who won the Michael Condon memorial shield tournament last Saturday.

POC FADA
The 2018 Poc Fada will take place today Wed 6th June in Mahon Falls.

U16 starts at 6.30pm and Senior at 7pm

The winners of each event will go on to represent Waterford in the Munster Poc Fada in The Burren, Co Clare on Sat 16th June.

Club Notes: 28th May 2018

posted Jun 10, 2018, 5:20 PM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Jun 10, 2018, 5:23 PM ]

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 4, 13, 18, 20
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Hannah Hartnett, Nathan Cronin, Pat Murphy,
Promoter: Marian Power
Next draw: Lukies June 5th
Jackpot: €2,000

CPA
We would encourage all members to register with the Club Players Association. You can do this by logging on to gaaclubplayers.com

Comhbhrón
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wishes to extend sincere sympathy to the O' Brien family Barrack Street, Tallow, on the sad passing of Claire. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.

Club Shop
We are pleased to let you know that our club shop hosted at oneills.com has now been updated with all the new club gear to include skinny pants, jackets, squad tops and much more. simply use the following link www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/tallow-gaa.html
A percentage of all sales are returned to the club and fr every purchase you will build up loyalty points which can be used for a future purchase on the O' Neills website.

Tostal
Our senior hurlers will play Cloyne in the Jim Deane cup on Friday June 1st at 7pm in the field. This is in conjunction with the Tallow Tostal festival which runs from Friday to Monday this weekend. Your support would be much appreciated.

Fixtures
Junior B hurling v Ballyduff Friday June 15th at 7.30pm. Venue TBC

Western Finals
Well done to the boys and girls of Scoil Mhuire who won both the hurling and camogie finals in Dungarvan GAA grounds on Wednesday last.

Waterford v Tipperary
Best of luck to Thomas Ryan and the Waterford senior hurlers who will play Tipperary this Sunday, June 3rd at 4pm in the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick. Tickets can be purchased through the usual outlets: Supervalu, Centra and gaa.ie/tickets

Cois Bhríde

JUMPING JACKS BLITZ
This year we are hosting the U8 hurling blitz sponsored by Jumping Jacks Castles on Saturday 2nd June in Tallow Gaa pitch from 10.30am. The teams taking part are Cois Bhride, Abbeyside, Cappoquin, St Carthages and St Catherine's. Best of luck to all!

THE CONDON SHIELD
The Michael Condon Shield tournament also takes place at Tallow GAA pitch on Saturday 2nd June from 10.30am. This shield is sponsored by the Condon family in memory of Michael Condon and will be played by our U11 hurlers. The other teams in the tournament include Eire Óg, St Catherine's & Ballyduff. Best of luck to all!

POC FADA
The 2018 Poc Fada will take place on Wed 6th June in Mahon Falls.

KELLOGGS CUL CAMP
This year's cul camp will be on in Tallow GAA pitch from Monday 30th July to Friday 3rd August. Please contact our co-coordinator Lisa Henley on 0863461882 or book your place online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie


Photos show Theresa Clynch, John Paul Delaney and Mark Sutherland being presented with their cheques following the Last Man Standing competition.





Club Notes: 21st May 2018

posted Jun 10, 2018, 5:13 PM by Mark Baldwin

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 7, 12, 16, 28
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Pádraig Tobin, Fiona McDonnell, Liz Barry, Gerard Beecher
Promoter: Post Office
Next draw: The Corner House, Monday May 28th
Jackpot: €1,800

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town.

Lotto
Congratulations to Catherine Cronin on winning our GAA lotto last week. Jimmy might give you a hand to spend it Catherine!

Last Man Standing
Well done to Theresa Clynch, John Paul Delaney and Mark Sutherland - our winners of this year's Last Man Standing competition.

Player Benefit Night.
Thanks to everyone who turned out at supported last Saturdays benefit night, it was much appreciated. Thanks also to those who donated prizes and to Lizzy Langtons for their support.

Comhbhrón
We wish to extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Finn Mccarthy on his recent unexpected passing. Finn was the first Chairman of Cois Bhríde club when it formed back in 2000. He also served as membership officer here in the senior club up to recent years. Finn made a huge contribution to both juvenille and senior clubs over the years. He was a great character who gave us all many years of entertainment, guidance and support. He will be hugely missed by all. To Margaret, Aoife, Niamh, Shane, Deirdre and Luke we offer our sincere condolences. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Munster Senior Hurling Championship
The new championship format has affected ticket distribution i.e clubs do not have enough time to turn tickets around. Tickets for the Tipperary game are now on sale through the usual outlets: Super Valu, Centra and gaa.ie/tickets

Waterford v Clare
Best of luck to Thomas Ryan and the Waterford senior hurling panel who will play Clare in the first game of this years championship. The game will take place in Cusack Park, Ennis on Sunday May 27th at 3.30pm
Best of luck to Dean Beecher and Shaun Henley who are part of the minor panel that play Clare on Sunday also.

Tallow Credit Union
The Credit Union are celebrating 50 years in business on Friday. WLR fm will broadcast from the Credit Union on the day. Congratulations to all!!

Western Finals
Best of luck to the boys and girls of Scoil Mhuire who will play their Western hurling and camogie finals on Wednesday evening in Dungarvan.

Cois Bhríde

U7 HURLING
Best of luck to our u7 hurlers who are competing in a blitz in Lismore on Saturday 26th May

U10 HURLING
After a shaky start in the Ballyduff tournament our lads showed great determination, gave it everything they had and topped their group. We are back in action Saturday 26th to play a semi final.
Best of luck in the semi final next Saturday lads! #coisbhrideabú

U16 FOOTBALL
Our U16 footballers played the Division 3 Co. final in Walsh Park last Sunday against Rathgormack. After a slow start by both sides the lads gained the upper hand with some well taken points and a goal which settled them down and they dominated the rest of the half with good defending and flowing attack play. Cois Bhride could have had a larger lead at half time but a couple of goal chances and some free’s didn’t find the target so the score did not reflect their dominance at the short whistle. An early goal for Rathgormack in the second half signalled a purple patch for them and they made the most of it scoring two more goals and a couple of points to push them well ahead with 10 minutes to go. The Cois Bhride lads tired with the 13-a-side format taking its toll but to their credit they rallied well and clawed two goals back. Time was the enemy now and even after tacking on a couple of points their effort to get ahead just fell short with Rathgormack popping a couple of late points over and scoring a penalty to keep them out of reach. Final score Cois Bhride 3-08 Rathgormack 5-08. A county final at any grade is a great achievement so we can be proud of this young team and their effort over the last few months, so well done boys!!
Panel: Cathal Hunt, Darragh Spillane, Eoghan Lenehan, Stephen Roche, Cian Hurley, Eolann Costello, Jake Chambers, Padraig Hynes, Mark Dalton, Tom Dalton, Josh Geary, Shane Martin, Conor O’Keeffe, Alan Hurley, Ian Martin, Ciaran Lenehan (pictured)

Club Notes: 15th May 2018

posted May 15, 2018, 1:01 PM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated May 15, 2018, 1:09 PM ]

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow 
14/5/18
Numbers drawn were: 4, 11, 19, 24
One winner
Consolation Prizes: K Tobin, K Twomey, Ber Keane, Nicky Connolly
Promoter: Fiona McDonnell
Next draw: The Hotel, May 21st 
Jackpot: €1,600

Lotto results from Tuesday May 8th
Numbers drawn were: 1, 6, 24, 27
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Alice Tobin, Margaret S Barry, Anne Murphy, Melissa Murphy
Promoter: Paula Connolly
Next draw: Kenirys, 14th May
Jackpot: €8,600

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 this Saturday 19th May. Music on the night will be by The Navvies (trad/folk band.) Your support would be very welcome.

County Representatives: 
We were delighted to host our county minor panel for training on Saturday morning at Pairc Eamonn de Paor . Waterford minors are in action before the senior game in Ennis on Sunday May 27th. The club will be well represented on the day with Thomas Ryan on the senior panel and Dean Beecher and Sean Henley on the minor squad. Tallow players have represented the county with distinction over many years and these lads continue that proud tradition. 

Jim Deane Cup:
Just a reminder that Tallow senior hurlers play St Finbarrs on Friday 1st June. This tournament game is being run in conjunction with Tallow Tostal festival.

Fixtures 
Jnr hurling v Lismore on Friday 18th May at 7.30pm in Ballyduff. 

Waterford v Clare
Tickets for the Waterford v Clare senior game are now on sale online from Super Valu, Centra and gaa.ie/tickets - prices are as follows: €20 adult, €5 juvenile (u16) students and OAPs will receive a concession of €5. This price is available until midnight the night before the game. The price will increase by €5 on the day of the match. 

u21 football County Final.
No date set but with Leaving Cert and Waterford u21s unlikely to be played for couple of months. We will keep you posted soon as we get any further information/dates. 

Club Legend:

At the last meeting of the club executive committee , Tom McSweeney was appointed to the honorary position of club vice president in recognition of his remarkable service to the club, both on and off the field, over many years. He was well recognised as an uncompromising corner back! Fitting recognition indeed for a man (with the bandana) who is passionate in his commitment to the game of hurling as well his support for club and county.  He is an astute and shrewd judge of the game, often quoting his mentor the late Ned Power in what could be called corrective coaching. Congratulations "Sween" and thank you for your continued and much appreciated contribution to Tallow GAA. He coached various underage teams with Rachael Ryan for many years and enjoyed much success in his capacity as a coach/selector. 

Communion 
Wishing the boys and girls of Scoil Mhuire Tallow best wishes as they receive the sacrament of First Communion on Saturday. 

Senior Hurling League
Our senior hurlers were defeated by Ballygunner on Saturday last in Ballygunner. 

Comhbhrón
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wishes to extend sincere sympathy to the Ronayne family, Templevalley on the sad and untimely passing of Bill. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. 

Cois Bhríde
Minor Football
Well done to Cois Bhríde on their victory over St Mary’s on Monday evening. Final score Cois Bhríde 3-9 St Mary’s 1-10.

U16 FOOTBALL 

Well done to our u16 footballers who beat Ballyduff Upper in Bushy Park to qualify for the county final.

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