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Club Notes: 17th September 2018

posted Sep 18, 2018, 8:56 AM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Sep 18, 2018, 8:56 AM ]

Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist. 

Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow: 
the lotto numbers will be drawn tomorrow night and so will be in with next week’s notes.

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

Deise Draw
Could all outstanding monies be handed in to any of the promoters.

A hurlers perspective on the modern game by David O Brien (Fada)
I watched the All Ireland hurling final a few weeks back and noticed two announcements by the commentator Marty Morrissey. On two occasions in the game Dara O'Donovan and Cian Lynch both pulled on the ball and  Marty declared on both occasions " It's great to see , why don't we see it more often?". So is ground hurling an obsolete skill in modern hurling? 

In the current era of congested midfields, where space is at a premium and bringing the ball into contact is the norm, why aren’t more teams moving the ball quicker with the ground stroke? “Rucks” is a new  hurling term because they are so common and as a spectacle they are hideous to watch. Ground hurling could solve all this especially in the middle third area. A fast ground ball into the forwards would cut out all these defenders. Percentage play is a modern term for possession. Teams are afraid to hit a 50/50 ball for fear of losing it and affecting their stats. 

The GAA's National Hurling Development manager Martin Fogarty said it's a worrying trend when you see a guy over six foot with a 33' or 34' hurley. They can't reach the ground and miss countless hooks and blocks because their hurley is too small for them. Nowadays a lot of teams have people who can hit sideline cuts as easily as a free. We have Jordan Henley , Mark O'Brien and Tommy Ryan who can launch sidelines on fifty yard trajorities. One of these has a smaller hurley that Martin Fogarty speaks of. The sideline is often the only ground stroke seen in a match so has it’s importance grown through the demise of the “pull”. 

Our own Paul O'Brien scored a double on the ground pull goal against Tipperary in 2004 and we all basked in the glory that it was a  skill engrained in him by Ned Power. Evan Sheehan also scored a great ground stroke against Ballyduff in Lismore a few years back on the stroke of half time which ultimately proved the decisive score in a Senior Hurling championship match. Gone however are the days in training of a man in the middle doubling on the ball. Too many sliotars lost I’d imagine. Along with the sweet satisfaction a player gets when he connects just right and watches the ball fly over his teammates head into the ditch surrounding the pitch. 

The other exponent missing is the pull on the ball in the air. It was everywhere before with half forwards pulling and either connecting on the ball or leaving it through. You'd rarely see it nowadays .The last time I saw it executed was when Shane Walsh pulled on the great ball against Cork in a Munster League game in Ballyduff back in 2011. As a far more difficult skill to master it is as good as any when executed correctly. Henry Shefflin connected with a ball against Cork in the All Ireland of 2004, Donal Og made a great save on it. It was Shefflin's connection that was so impressive and a skill set that had him in such high regard with his peers at the time. Tommy Guilfoyle scored two great goals against Tipperary in the Munster Championship of 1994 courtesy of the same skill. 
Hurling has many facets and skills, and it's up to coaches or individuals to teach the game the way they like it to be played. The question to ponder though is whether these are skills that no longer have a place in the modern game or skills that are no longer coached? 

New Arrival 
Huge congrats to Aidan and Marie Kearney on the birth of a bouncing baby boy.

Waterford Senior Hurling
We wish to congratulate James Murray on his recent appointment as Waterford senior hurling selector. We wish him all the best in his new role. We look forward with anticipation to the year ahead. 

Wedding Bells
Wishing Shaun O Sullivan and Jackie Sheehan best wishes as they get married this weekend. Wishing you both a lifetime of happiness. 

Club Notes: 10th September 2018

posted Sep 18, 2018, 8:54 AM by Mark Baldwin

Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist. 

Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow   
Lotto results from September 10th
Numbers drawn were: 9, 11, 20, 23 
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Pat Murphy, Anne Buckley, Maura Sheehan, Peter Barry 
Promoter: Lukies
Next draw: Corner House September 17th
Jackpot: €5,000

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

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

Cois Bhríde
ANNUAL FUNDRAISING DRAW

Well done to the prizewinners in our annual fundraising draw, 1st prize Judy Burton 2nd prize Pat Murphy Moorehill and 3rd prize Sonja Rohan. The prizes were kindly sponsored by Cunningham Hardware and TFC Oil, Tallow. 

UPCOMING FIXTURES 
Wednesday, 12 September 2018 
under 16 hurling 
Kilrosanty v cois bhride
6,30. in leamybrien 
12 September 2018
under 13 hurling 
cois bhride v st pats
6.30

Minor hurling Western division.
Round 3    Cois Bhride 0 - 15     St Patricks 1 - 14
Last Wednesday week we travelled to Colligan and got off to a fast start playing some great hurling we led 9 points to 3 after 20 mins . St Pats hit us for a goal just before half time but we still led by 2 points . The second half was a different story and we struggled somewhat and the hurling we had in the first half just wasn't there in the second half and could only manage 5 points .Scorers Mark Dalton 0-6,Mark Stuart 0-3,Padraig Hynes 0-3,Kieran Crawford 0-2,Ben Ahearne 0-1.

Round 4    Cois Bhride  2 - 16      An Ghaeltacht  2 - 18
Sunday morning, September 2nd, we played the last round of the league section and this was a great game against a strong Ring side . Playing with the help of a slight breeze in the first half it took us a bit of time to get into the pace of the game .While Ring scored 7 of their first 8 points from play we needed Mark Dalton to be on fire with his free taking scoring 6 and 8 points in total in the first half. We got a great boost just before the break when Sean Henley crossed mid field and his shot ended up in the Ring net.We led by 4 points 1-11 to 0-10. Ring started the second half well and with the help of a well taken goal were on level terms within 10 mins.The next 10 mins belonged to us and our lads gave it everything .When Mark Stuart goaled it put us 5 points ahead . Unfortunately for us Ring hit us with a goal a min later and finished the stronger scoring 5 points to our 1.
Even though we lost both games there was nothing between the teams and our display on Sunday was very good throughout the 60 mins.

Scorers Mark Dalton 0-11,Mark Stuart 1-2,Padraig Hynes 0-2,Sean Henley 1-0,Eoin McGrath 0-1.
Having won our second round game against St Olivers with a score of 1 - 22 to 1 - 16 and unfortunately having to concede to Brickeys in the first round because  we couldn't field 15 players .We now enter the knockout stages of the competition but our opponents at time of writing are not known but will be an eastern team.

Panel used in all matches ; Kieran Crawford , Mark Stuart , Liam Motherway , Ben Ahearne , Eoin McGrath , Ciaran Hunt , Ivan O Neill , Sean Henley , Dean Beecher , William Cunningham , Ciaran McCarthy , Padraig Hynes , Eoghan Lenehan , Mark Dalton , Tom Dalton , Cian Hurley , Jake Chambers , Diarmuid Costello .

Club Notes: 28th August 2018

posted Aug 28, 2018, 11:30 AM by Mark Baldwin

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 1, 5, 25, 27
No winner
Consolation Prizes: P Martin, Joanne Fitzgerald, Joanie McCarthy, James Ahern
Promoter: Eddie Cunningham
Next draw: Kenirys September 4th
Jackpot: €4,600

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

Senior Hurling
Tallow v Abbeyside

Last Saturday was a disappointing end to the senior hurling year when they were comprehensively beaten by Abbeyside in Fraher Field. Abbeyside certainly started the better of the two teams getting four points before Tallow responded.They also had numerous goal chances during this first half and only for the superb goal keeping of Shaun O Sullivan Tallow could have been down a lot more going in at half time. Half time score Tallow 0-4 Abbeyside 2-13. Going in at half time the writing was on the wall and it was pretty evident that there was no coming back from this. The second half was a similar story with Abbeyside running out eventual winners on a scoreline of 2-22 to 0-10.It just wasn't to be and the better team won on the day! We wish to thank the management team for their work and dedication throughout the year and we look forward to 2019.
Tallow: S O' Sullivan, M O' Brien, D O' Brien, K Kearney, J Henley, R Geary, R Beecher, D Mulcahy, K Geary, T Ryan, I Beecher, J Neville, R Grey, E Sheehan, D Buckley
Subs: J Murray, T Daly, B McCarthy, M Tobin, M Stewart
Scorers for Tallow: T Ryan (0-4 3fs) K Geary (0-2) D Buckley (0-2 1f) R Grey & T Daly (0-1 each)

Flag Day
Huge thanks to all of those who helped out with and contributed to the Tallow GAA flag day on Saturday last. There was even a bit of singing and dancing went on, maybe the weather had something to do with it!!

All Ireland Football
Best of luck to Cian O' Brien who will play at half time of the All Ireland football final in Croke Park this weekend. Congrats and best wishes Cian.

Photo shows the Tallow senior hurling team who were defeated by Abbeyside on Saturday last.

Cois Bhríde
COIS BHRIDE ANNUAL DRAW

Mentors will be handing out tickets to all players this week. The draw will take place on Friday the 7th of September at the Tallow GAA grounds at 8pm. This draw is our only fund raising event in the year and we really appreciate all the support. We will have our usual stand at the square on horse fair day.

Fixtures
29th of August minor hurling hurling v Naomh Bríd at 6.45pm in Colligan
31st of August u 13 hurling v St Olivers at 7pm in Tallow

Well Done
Well done to all of the boys and girls who played at half time of the Tallow senior hurling game on Saturday. Some future stars in the making! 

Club Notes: 24th August 2018

posted Aug 24, 2018, 7:22 AM by Mark Baldwin

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 1, 23, 25, 27
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Maura Sheehan, Gerard Beecher, Elizabeth Henley, Martin McCarthy
Promoter: Kearneys
Next draw: August 27th in Lukies
Jackpot: €4,400

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

Fixtures
Senior hurling
Tallow v Abbeyside, Saturday August 25th at 7pm in Fraher Field
Minor hurling Cois Bhríde v Naomh Bríd in Colligan at 7.30pm

All Ireland Final
Limerick are the 2018 All Ireland Hurling champions after an epic battle with Galway. It is fantastic for the game to see new winners this year and it blows the championship wide open for 2019. Here's hoping it will be Waterford's year!!

Strictly 2018
Following the success of last year, Waterford GAA will hold a Strictly Come Dancing fundraiser again this year. It will take place in WIT Arena on Saturday night, November 10th. Anyone willing to take part as a dancer please contact any of our committee members.

Senior Hurling
Best of luck to our senior hurlers on Saturday. Your support, as always. is much appreciated.

Cois Bhríde
Fixtures
U11 football v Ballyduff at 6.30pm in Tallow
U13 hurling v Cappoquin at 7pm in Cappoquin

Tony Forristal
Best of luck to Darragh Spillane who is part of the u14 Waterford panel competing in the Tony Forristal tournament in Mount Sion on Saturday.

Club Notes: 20th August 2018

posted Aug 20, 2018, 7:49 AM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Aug 20, 2018, 7:55 AM ]

Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.

Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Lotto results from 7/8/18
Numbers drawn were: 5, 8, 18, 25
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Eamonn Cunningham (c/o Abbot) Eileen Roche, Eugune Duffy, Eddie Condon
Promoter: Denis Tobin
Next draw: The Hotel August 13th
Jackpot: €4,000

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town.
13/8/18
Numbers drawn were: 10, 18, 19, 28
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Kay Twomey, Pat Murphy, Barry Power, Martin Sutherland
Promoter: Brendan Hartigan
Next draw: The Corner House
Jackpot: €4,200

Senior Hurling Championship:
Tallow 3-22 Ballyduff 1-27 (aet)

From the opening half minute when Sully pulled off a point blank save to the dying moments of extra time when Tommy Daly fired over the winning point this was a pulsating, roller coaster of a game in Lismore on Saturday evening. What the game lacked in quality it certainly made up for in excitement and drama.
In the opening quarter, Ballyduff set the pace, scoring 6 points, mostly frees. Tallow conceded far too many frees overall (around 19 in total) and I suppose you can draw a few conclusions from this. Tallow replied with a point from Ryan Grey (the first of 6 from play he contributed in total) and a goal from Mark O Brien, to keep Ballyduff in check. Mark’s goal came at the end of a surging solo run through the Ballyduff rearguard which somehow ended up in the net. Speechless! Ballyduff led by 0-6 to 1-1 after 15 minutes and were hurling well. Tallow never settled into any routine as the Village piled on the pressure to lead by 5 points at the break.
Ballyduff were again the more purposeful in the second half as they notched up the scores. Goals at crucial times kept Tallow in this game and Thomas Ryan netted our second as the full time whistle beckoned. I lost track of scorers as the game increased in intensity but Thomas Ryan had a final tally of 1-12 from frees and open play. The score at the end of full time was Tallow 2-17 Ballyduff 1-20. The game went into extra time. Tallow’s third goal came from Jordan Henley. Ballyduff were undaunted and pushed on again. With around 5 minutes remaining in the second half of extra time they had accrued a three point lead. With some exceptions, Tallow had not hurled well and the game now looked beyond them. They showed remarkable resilience and character throughout and especially in the last 5 minutes. They kept their heads and nailed on 4 points to scrape through to the quarter final where the meet Abbeyside in Fraher Field on Sat 25th August at 7pm.
Tallow: S O Sullivan, J Beecher, D O Brien, K Kearney, M O Brien (1-0), R Geary, R Beecher, T Ryan (1-12), J Henley (1-0), K Geary, I Beecher (0-2), J Neville, R Grey (0-6), E Sheehan , D Buckley (0-1), D Mulcahy, M Tobin, B McCarthy, T Daly(0-1), M Stewart, E McGrath, Bob McCarthy, J Murray, E Condon, P O Brien.


Fixtures
Senior championship Quarter Final v Abbeyside Saturday August 25th at 7pm
Cois Bhríde v Naomh Olibhéir Tuesday August 14th at 7pm in Balinameela

All Ireland Final
Best of luck to Jake Henley who will play at half time of this years All Ireland final. What a wonderful achievement, well done Jake!

Cois Bhríde
U15 COUNTY FINAL

On last Saturday morning our U15s travelled to Dunhill to play the County final against St.Mollerans. Conditions were very wet and it wasn't to be our day, losing in the end on a score line of 3.11 to 7 points. Well done to our boys, they battled very well through a very tough game.
Panel: Cathal Hunt, Eolan Costello, Stephen Roche, Ian Martin, Tom Dalton, Darragh Spillane, Mark Dalton, Shane Martin, Shane Cronin, Ethan Scotton, Jake Henley, Jack Murphy, Jake O'Brien, Jack McDonnell, Callum McCarthy, Ciaran Lenehan, Cian O'Brien

Club Notes: 13th August 2018

posted Aug 13, 2018, 4:24 PM by Mark Baldwin

Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.

Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Lotto results from 7/8/18
Numbers drawn were: 5, 8, 18, 25
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Eamonn Cunningham (c/o Abbot) Eileen Roche, Eugune Duffy, Eddie Condon
Promoter: Denis Tobin
Next draw: The Hotel August 13th
Jackpot: €4,000

Our weekly lotto tickets are available to purchase from any of the promoters or any businesses around town.
13/8/18
Numbers drawn were: 10, 18, 19, 28
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Kay Twomey, Pat Murphy, Barry Power, Martin Sutherland
Promoter: Brendan Hartigan
Next draw: The Corner House
Jackpot: €4,200

Senior Hurling Championship:
Tallow 3-22 Ballyduff 1-27 (aet)
From the opening half minute when Sully pulled off a point blank save to the dying moments of extra time when Tommy Daly fired over the winning point this was a pulsating, roller coaster of a game in Lismore on Saturday evening. What the game lacked in quality it certainly made up for in excitement and drama.
In the opening quarter, Ballyduff set the pace, scoring 6 points, mostly frees. Tallow conceded far too many frees overall (around 19 in total) and I suppose you can draw a few conclusions from this. Tallow replied with a point from Ryan Grey (the first of 6 from play he contributed in total) and a goal from Mark O Brien, to keep Ballyduff in check. Mark’s goal came at the end of a surging solo run through the Ballyduff rearguard which somehow ended up in the net. Speechless! Ballyduff led by 0-6 to 1-1 after 15 minutes and were hurling well. Tallow never settled into any routine as the Village piled on the pressure to lead by 5 points at the break.
Ballyduff were again the more purposeful in the second half as they notched up the scores. Goals at crucial times kept Tallow in this game and Thomas Ryan netted our second as the full time whistle beckoned. I lost track of scorers as the game increased in intensity but Thomas Ryan had a final tally of 1-12 from frees and open play. The score at the end of full time was Tallow 2-17 Ballyduff 1-20. The game went into extra time. Tallow’s third goal came from Jordan Henley. Ballyduff were undaunted and pushed on again. With around 5 minutes remaining in the second half of extra time they had accrued a three point lead. With some exceptions, Tallow had not hurled well and the game now looked beyond them. They showed remarkable resilience and character throughout and especially in the last 5 minutes. They kept their heads and nailed on 4 points to scrape through to the quarter final where the meet Abbeyside in Fraher Field on Sat 25th August at 7pm.
Tallow: S O Sullivan, J Beecher, D O Brien, K Kearney, M O Brien (1-0), R Geary, R Beecher, T Ryan (1-12), J Henley (1-0), K Geary, I Beecher (0-2), J Neville, R Grey (0-6), E Sheehan , D Buckley (0-1), D Mulcahy, M Tobin, B McCarthy, T Daly(0-1), M Stewart, E McGrath, Bob McCarthy, J Murray, E Condon, P O Brien.

Fixtures
Senior championship Quarter Final v Abbeyside Saturday August 25th at 7pm
Cois Bhríde v Naomh Olibhéir Tuesday August 14th at 7pm in Balinameela

All Ireland Final
Best of luck to Jake Henley who will play at half time of this years All Ireland final. What a wonderful achievement, well done Jake!

Cois Bhríde
U15 COUNTY FINAL

On last Saturday morning our U15s travelled to Dunhill to play the County final against St.Mollerans. Conditions were very wet and it wasn't to be our day, losing in the end on a score line of 3.11 to 7 points. Well done to our boys, they battled very well through a very tough game.
Panel: Cathal Hunt, Eolan Costello, Stephen Roche, Ian Martin, Tom Dalton, Darragh Spillane, Mark Dalton, Shane Martin, Shane Cronin, Ethan Scotton, Jake Henley, Jack Murphy, Jake O'Brien, Jack McDonnell, Callum McCarthy, Ciaran Lenehan, Cian O'Brien

Club Notes: 7th August 2018

posted Aug 7, 2018, 1:51 AM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Aug 7, 2018, 5:51 AM ]

Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.

Due to the bank holiday there will be no lotto results published. They will be in next weeks notes.

Senior Hurling Championship:                                                                                    
Our senior hurlers play neighbours Ballyduff in the senior hurling championship on Saturday night in Lismore. A lot at stake here so please come along and support the lads.
U21 Hurling (A) Championship – Western Semi Final
A pattern has developed at inter county level this year of teams overhauling big half time leads and taking the game into extra time. So it was in Ballysaggart on Thursday evening when Cois Bhride and Comeragh Gaels met in the u21 Hurling Western semi final. 
This game looked done and dusted at half time. Cois Bhride cruised through the first half, picking off points at will, and led by 1-12 to 3 at the break. Ryan Grey alone must have converted about 8 of them.  Comeragh Gaels looked uninterested and disjointed. They allowed the Tallow/Shamrock combination acres of space and the Bridesiders took full advantage.
Maybe our lads got complacent but it was a different story in the second half.  The mid western alliance tightened up the marking and crowed the middle third denying Cois Bhride the space they enjoyed in the first half. They were far more cohesive and relentlessly whittled away at the lead. At the sounding of the final whistle, it was Cois Bhride who were hanging on as the game finished level (1-21 to 2-18).
There was some confusion before the game went into extra time. The momentum was with Gael na Comeraigh and they looked like they could finish the job. Both teams were out on their feet at this stage. Cois Bhride however regained their composure and finished the stronger after over 80 minutes of hurling to scrape through by the minimum. (1-29 to 3-22).  This should be the showpiece of developing talent in Waterford hurling but strangely enough its a grade that’s neglected.

Buiochas: 
Our sincere thanks to Tim Keniry and Centra who sponsored food and refreshments for over 150 children at the CUL camp as well as supplying breakfast for our senior squad last Sunday. Much appreciated Tim! Thank you for your continued support.

Fixtures
Senior hurling v Ballyduff Upper Saturday August 11th at 6.30pm in Lismore. 

Happy birthday
A little bird told me that one of our junior hurlers turns the big 40 this week. Wishing you a very happy birthday Stephen (Bear) Pratt. 

Club Notes: 30th July 2018

posted Jul 31, 2018, 6:42 PM by Mark Baldwin

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 15, 19, 22, 26
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Colm Geary (2) Eamonn Forbes, David Sheehan
Promoter: Kenirys
Next draw: August 7th in Kenirys
Jackpot: €3,800

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

Fixtures
Senior hurling
Tallow v Ballyduff Upper Saturday August 11th at 6.30pm in Lismore

U21-A hurling
Cois Bhride v Gael na Chomeraigh Friday 3rd August in Ballysaggart at 7pm

Minor hurling
Cois Bhride v Rodaithe na Brice Wednesday August 1st in Tallow at 7.30pm

Comhbhrón
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wishes to extend our sympathy to the Boylan family, Dungourney on the passing of Elizabeth Boylan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.

Junior Hurling:
Western Semi-Final
Tallow 0-8 Fourmilewater 2-10

When these sides met in the preliminary rounds back at the beginning of April, Tallow emerged winners by 4 points. The tables were turned on this occasion however and a powerful second half performance by FMW secured a comfortable win and a place for them in the Western Final. The first half was a tame affair with little between the teams. Fourmilewater led by 5 points to 4 at the break and there’s not much more you could say about it. Tallow’s points came from a lively Ben Aherne, James Murray, Rob O Sullivan and Kevin Henley.

Rob O Sullivan levelled the game as the second half got underway but Fourmile dominated play from there on. Two goals in quick succession left Tallow struggling to keep pace with a reinvigorated Fourmile side. We had further points from Eoin Condon and a brace from the youthful William Murphy but the damage was done. We badly needed a goal to get back in contention but it never looked like happening despite the best efforts of James Murray, Kieran Fraser, Kevin Henley, Eoin McGrath, Jack Tobin and my man of the match Stephen Pratt. 

Overall it was a decent campaign from our lads with 3 wins out of 4 in the qualifiers and the selectors would have been happy with the turnout for each game. Our thanks to the management team: Terence McSweeney, Colin Cunningham, Stuart Barry and the panel of players for their efforts. Our best wishes to JP who was withdrawn due to injury. He has been a great servant to the club and plenty more to come.

Tallow Panel: JP Grey, Stephen Pratt, Jack Tobin, Eric Hickey, Noel Condon, James Murray, Tom McGrath, Kieran Fraser, Kevin Henley, Robert O Sullivan, Eoin Condon(capt), Eoin McGrath, Martin Murphy, Ben Aherne, Joey Power, Sean Slattery, David Beecher, Sean Curley, Alan Buckley, Billy Buckley, Billy Henley, Conor McCarthy, William Murphy.

Club Notes: 23rd July 2018

posted Jul 23, 2018, 5:21 PM by Mark Baldwin

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Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 7, 11, 17, 19
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Michael O' Keeffe, Joanne Sheehan, Denise Sheehan, Eamon Forbes
Promoter: Teresa Cunningham
Next draw: Lukies, July 30th
Jackpot: €3,600

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

Fixtures
Senior hurling v Ballyduff Upper - weekend of August 12th
U21 hurling Cois Bhríde v Comeragh Gaels Friday August 3rd in Fraher Field at 7pm
Junior hurling v Fourmilewater Tuesday July 24th at 7.30pm in Cappoquin

Comhbhrón
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wishes to extend sincere sympathy to the family of our club patron Fr. Michael Farrell. Fr Farrell was a great supporter of both club and county. He was a founder member of Roanmore GAA club, many of whom were in attendance. He will be dearly missed by all of us in the club. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
We wish to extend our sympathy to the O' Brien family, Parklands, on the sad passing of Michael A. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Deise Draw
Could all outstanding monies please be handed in to Fada or any of the promoters.

Meeting
CLG Tulach an Iarainn will hold the monthly committee meeting this Thursday, July 26th at 8.30pm in the clubhouse. All committee members are requested to attend.

Cois Bhríde
CÚL CAMP
This year's cúl camp is starting on Monday 30th July in Tallow and is fully booked with 150 children expected.

Club Notes: 16th July 2018

posted Jul 20, 2018, 6:59 PM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Jul 23, 2018, 5:20 PM ]

Sponsored by McGraths Pharmacy Tallow

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, John Beecher, 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

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