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Club Notes - 26th May 2015

posted May 26, 2015, 6:47 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: 1, 3, 16, 22
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Theresa Costigan, Bernie & Vera McCarthy, Lizzy Barry, Peter Barry  
Promoter: Eddie Cunningham
Next draw: Corner House, Tues June 2nd
Jackpot: €4,200

Sargent Cup
A depleted squad was a major contributing factor to the result on Sunday last in Gracedieu. Full time score Tallow 1-16 De La Salle 5-16. We play Passage next on Monday June 1st at 2pm in Passage.

Junior Football (Premier)
Best of luck to our Junior footballers who play Colligan/Emmets this Thursday May 28th in Bushy Park. Your support would be greatly appreciated. 

Speed Development Seminar
Waterford Sports Partnership are delivering a Speed Development seminar on Monday 8th June in the RSC Waterford from 6.30pm-9.30pm at a cost of 5 euro. It would be highly beneficial to all coaches so if you are interested could you contact Kate at:

The monthly meeting scheduled for this Thursday has been postponed due to the Junior football championship. The meeting has been moved to Thursday 4th June at 9pm in the clubhouse. All members are requested to attend.

If you require tickets for the Waterford V Cork game please contact Lindsay by Friday of this week (May 29th) on 058 56015 and leave a message. Lindsay will get back to you re collection of tickets. 

Golden Goal
We are currently selling Golden Goal tickets for the Waterford V Cork game. If you are interested in purchasing these, at 2 euro each, please contact any player or committee member. Remember you will be contributing to the fundraising of the club, which is vital all year round. 

Booking of the field
Any club/manager/selector/person wishing to book the field please contact Denis Tobin, giving plenty prior notice. As we are all aware the field is extremely busy this time of year so advanced notice is necessary.

Just a little reminder to all managers/selectors to lock up and turn off all lights when you have finished with the field and clubhouse. 

Thank You
We wish to thank Kieran O Donoghue for spreading fertiliser on the fields. Many thanks Kieran, much appreciated.

CLG Tulach an Iarainn wish to extend deepest sympathy to the Delaney family, Main Street, on the sad passing of Ann. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

Cois Bhríde
 Minor football
 Our minor footballers and The Brickeys will have to go again to decide who will be County football champions when the sides finished level on Wednesday last in Fraher Field, Dungarvan. A tightly fought contest ensured there was nothing between the sides at the final whistle. We are unsure of a date as of yet so watch this space!! Well done to all involved.

St. Saviours 2-7 Cois Bhríde 2-6
Our U-16 footballers were defeated by the narrowest of margins in their county final played in Fraher Field last Saturday morning. Playing with the aid of a light breeze in the first half our lads were slow to start, they looked a little nervous while St. Saviours took the game to us. In saying that, the teams were level at 4 points all with 28 minutes of the first half played. Our points were scored by Charley, Darah, Ben and Ian but we then conceded a goal an a point in the last 2 minutes of the half.

The second half started as the first finished and within ten minutes after a point from Ben, we conceded another goal and a point to leave us 7 points down 2-6 to 5 points. Once again this team showed great character by not giving up, we took over throughout the field and were rewarded with a penalty at 45 minutes which Darah converted. When he scored his second goal 5 minutes later and a point from Billy shortly after it brought the teams level with a few minutes to go. Unfortunately the last score of the game and the winning point went to St. Saviours in the 60th minute. The lads can be very proud of themselves and contesting a county final  was a great achievement. Credit to all involved - Mark Stewart,Cian Ryan, Tom Roche, Billy Henley, Robbie Geary, Ivan O Neill, Ian Beecher, billy Hynes, Kieran Crawford, Eoin McGrath, Ben Ahearne, Charley Murphy, Darah Buckley, Ciaran Hunt, Liam Motherway, Mike Condon, Dean Beecher, William Cunningham, Padraig Hynes.

Well done to our under 13 footballers who won the Western final last Monday in Tallow.
The club is alive with activity at the moment with our under 9s and 10s both in action also last week. See Cois Bhríde notes for upcoming fixtures.
We would like to congratulate Knockanore NS on a great win in the hurling schools final last Wednesday in Dungarvan against Kilrossanty.

Safe Travels
A little birdie told me Aidan Kearney and Eric Hickey are leading a retreat to Liverpool this weekend. We hope to see you all the picture of health next week boys! Oh and have fun of course!!!!

This weekend will see plenty of activity with the annual Tóstal festival taking place in Tallow. A programme of events is available on facebook and displayed in various areas around the town. There is something to suit everyone so make sure you pop down to see what is happening!!