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Club Notes - 24th March 2015

posted Mar 25, 2015, 6:29 AM by Mark Baldwin
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow.

Tallow GAA Lotto - supported by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 7, 11, 20, 22 
No winner
Consolation prizes: Joe Geary, De Souza boys, Conor Butler, Ned Tobin.
Promoter: Pat Murphy
Next draw: The Hotel, March 30th 
Jackpot: €2,400
Sargent Cup
This game has been rescheduled. We play Cappoquin at 11.30am on Sunday March 29th in Tallow. Your support would be greatly appreciated so come out and shout on the boys!
Deise Draw
This 1st draw will take place this Friday, March 27th. There is still time to purchase tickets and you can do so by contacting David O Brien or any of the lotto co-ordinators. This is a huge source of income for the club as 70 per cent goes directly back into the club.
Daffodil Day
Daffodil Day is fast approaching, it takes place this Friday March 27th. If you are available to help out in any way could you please contact Tallow Credit Union.
Membership is due. It is extremely important that this is paid as soon as possible. It can be paid to Finn McCarthy or Donna Buckley.
Well done Brideview
We extend huge congratulations to our soccer club Brideview United who managed to win the league for a second year in a row. This was a major achievement and no doubt you all enjoyed the celebrations immensely.
Cois Bhríde
Minor football
Minor Football (Div2/Group 2) - Cois Bhride 5-18, Ardmore 1-11.
Cois Bhride minor footballers secured a playoff spot last Sunday in
Ardmore with an emphatic 19 point win over the home side. Though Jake
Neville and Ian Beecher were unavailable through injury, Cois Bhride
still had too much scoring power for the seasiders, and laid the
foundations in the first half when they went in 4-8 to 1-5 ahead. They
continued to press on in the second half and kept the scoreboard
ticking over with a further 1-11 added on. This was a good team
performance with 8 different players getting on the scoresheet, and
though some of our passing and decision making left a lot to be
desired, overall out attitude and committment was very good. They
won't be playing again for a couple of weeks, but well done to them,
and keep it going. Panel; Robbie Geary, Jake Beecher, Darragh Mulcahy,
Padraig Roche, Kelvyn O' Farrell, Cathal Geary, Jordan Henley, John
Paul Lucey, Dylan Mangan, Edward Hynes, Billy Hynes, Darragh Buckley,
Ryan Grey, Shane Ryan, Edward O' Neill, Cian Ryan, Alan Buckley, Ian

U14 football
They received a walkover from Naomh Carthaigh who were unable to field a team.

U10 football
They were narrowly beaten by Abbeyside last week.

U10 hurling
The under 10s were in action in Ballyduff last Saturday morning.

Mini Sevens
We would like to congratulate Knockanore NS who won the Mini Sevens hurling county final on Friday last. They beat St Declans on a scoreline of 3-4 to 4 points.

Cois Bhríde fixtures
The under 14 hurlers will take part in the annual Paddy Whelan tournament in Lismore on Saturday morning, March 28th and the under 10 footballers play their final game at home to Cappoquin on Sunday morning at 11am

Last Man Standing
And the six just keep on winning. All six competitors are through to round 9. With Tom McSweeney, Eric Hickey, Kieran Geary and Robert Drohan all opting for Spurs they make it through to the next round thanks to Harry Kane’s hat trick despite a scare from bottom club Leicester. Jordan Henley and Luke McCarthy were slightly  more comfortable thanks to Southhampton’s easy 2-0 win Vs Burnley. Teams to be in for 11.45am next Saturday for round 9.

Waterford senior hurling
Isn’t it fantastic to say we are back in Division 1A thanks to a victory over Wexford on Sunday last in Wexford Park on a scoreline of 0-16 o 0-22. We now welcome Galway to Walsh Park this Sunday for the quarter-finals. Heres hoping we can push on and make it to the semis.

Monthly meeting
Our monthly meeting will take place this Thursday, March 26th at 9pm. All committee members are requested to attend.

CLG Tulach an Iarainn extend our sincere sympathy to the Hanrahan family, Kilmore on the sad passing of Evelyn (Norrie.) May she rest in peace.