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Club Notes: 13th June 2016

posted Jun 13, 2016, 3:08 PM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Jun 13, 2016, 3:12 PM ]
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow.

Tallow GAA Lotto - supported by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow 
Numbers drawn were: 4, 6, 11, 26
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Noel O' Brien, Paul Harty, Irene O' Keeffe, Johnny White
Promoter: Bart O' Donoghue
Next draw: The Hotel, June 20th
Jackpot €7,600

Our 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

Senior Hurling Championship
Tallow 0-11 Fourmilewater 0-24
Tallow senior hurlers played an impressive looking Fourmilewater side on Thursday last in Fraher Field. Attendance was poor, possibly due to the match being played on a Thursday or possibly there was another reason or two. A depleted Tallow team, due to suspension and injury, meant that realistically we knew we were up against it from the get go. Fourmilewater opened the game with 5 points in a row. Robert Beecher gave the Tallow side some relief when he got them on the scoreboard with a well taken point under immense pressure. Two more Fourmilewater points depicted the one sided nature of the night. This was followed by a pointed free by Paul O Brien. Things didn't improve much when, in the next 10 minutes FMW pointed 4 from open play to Tallow's two frees. The writing looked well and truly on the wall after 25 minutes. There was no major change in the way the game was being played and the scoreboard at halftime looked worrying - Tallow 0-5 Fourmilewater 0-13. The Tallow defence were under enormous pressure with the amount of ball they had to deal with and they worked as tirelessly as possible but Fourmilewater seemed just too strong.
Again Fourmilewater opened the second half with a point from the stick of Liam Lawlor. Paul O Brien pointed a free, as did Jamie Barron for FMW. Both players exchanged points a second time. The next 20 minutes Tallow were outscored seven points to four. Final score Tallow 0-11 Fourmilewater 0-24. It may be early in the championship but Fourmilewater look like they may be ones to watch. They displayed some superb individual and team play throughout the game. They managed to score 19 points from open play. Tallow need to now focus on the next game and hopefully they will have a full squad to pick from. Onwards and upwards, no point in dwelling on what might have been.
Scorers for Tallow: P O Brien 0-6 (5F 65) W Henley 0-2 (1F) J Henley(F) R Beecher, J Murray 0-1 each.
Tallow: S O Sullivan, M O Brien, D O Brien, K Fraser, A Kearney, J Murray, J Beecher, P O Brien, M Curley, R Beecher, B McCarthy, S Feeney, T Daly, J Henley, E Sheehan.
Subs: W Henley

Fixtures
Our Junior Hurling game scheduled for Thursday 16th of June has been postponed to a later date.

Parking
To all players, mentors, parents and supporters, could you please refrain from parking in the disabled parking spaces at the field. These are for disabled drivers and passengers only!

Best Wishes 
We wish Paul O' Brien and his bride to be Niamh O' Neill best wishes for their wedding this Saturday. We hope the sun shines on your special day and may you both have a lifetime of happiness together.

Comhghairdeas
Huge Congratulations to Brideview United who won the Ned Barry Cup on Sunday last, the celebrations are surely still in full flight with the Euros being perfectly timed. Well done to all involved.


​Tallow senior hurling team who were defeated by Fourmilewater on Thursday last pictured with team mascots Ian, Shane and Keith Martin.

Cois Bhríde
Our under 8s, 11s and 14s were all in action last week.

FÉILE NA NGAEL
As hosts for this year's U14 Feile Na nGael Cois Bhride Gaa are looking forward to extending a very warm welcome to our visiting team from Raheny Gaa club in Dublin for the tournament which will be held next weekend the 17th – 19th June.

Féile na nGael is a club festival for Hurling, Football and Camogie at Under 14 level, involving teams from across the association. Féile competitions are composed of host and visiting teams. This year the Féile na nGael is held in Waterford/Tipperary.

We in Cois Bhride are looking forward to fostering links with our visiting team and we know that all in the Tallow/Knockanore area will extend to them a very warm welcome.

So please come along and support Cois Bhride at the Tallow gaa pitch on Friday 17th June. Throw in is at 4.30 for the first game and 5.30 for the second game. Our u14 feile team will again be in action on Saturday morning in Knockanore at 10.30am. For all Féile updates follow Cois Bhride on facebook or twitter.
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