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Club Notes: 9th April 2018

posted Apr 16, 2018, 8:09 AM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Apr 18, 2018, 4:38 PM ]
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.

​Photo shows the Tallow Senior Hurling team who played De La Salle on Sunday last.

Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow 
Numbers drawn were: 13, 14, 20, 21
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Jillian Power, Mary Kate O' Brien, Michael Hartnett, Darah Buckley
Promoter: Marian Forbes  
Next draw: Keniry's, 17th April
Jackpot: €7,800

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

Anyone who has yet to pay their membership could you please give it to Billie-Jean as soon as possible.

Last Man Standing
Please have your teams in this week for the next round of the Last Man Standing.

Senior Hurling 
Tallow 1-8 DLS 0-14
Tallow travelled to Fraher Field on Sunday last to play De La Salle in round two of the senior hurling championship. Starting without a few regular faces it appeared that they had it all to do to come out of this game on top.This didn't, however, deter a confident Tallow team. Special mention must be given to Mark Stewart who got his first senior championship start in goal. He held his own and was solid between the posts throughout. Tallow started by far the better of the two teams and registered 3 points before De La Salle got their first. Tallow's three came from Thomas Ryan and Robbie Geary, two frees and one from open play. De La Salle's first score came from a 21 yard free. Ryan Grey and Ian Beecher popped over two following this, Ian's point coming directly from a De La Salle puck out. A long ball in by Robbie Geary dropped in around the goal mouth. Thomas Daly was quickest to react and he kicked the ball into the De La Salle net. At this stage Tallow led 1-5 to 0-1 and were comfortably on top. De La Salle got the last three scores of the first half to put four between the teams. Tallow registered nine wides in the first half. This was inevitably going to come back to bite them. The second half was a completely different story. De La Salle outscored Tallow eight points to three, with only one of Tallow's three coming from play. Tallow's first score of the second half came after 15 minutes through a pointed free. De La Salle pointed a free of their own shortly after to put the sides level at 1-6 to 0-9. Going in to the last ten minutes both teams exchanged frees to remain on level pegging. De La Salle finished out the game with a further four to Tallow's one and were eventual winners on a scoreline of 1-8 to 0-14. 
Scorers: T Ryan 0-5 (4f) T Daly 1-0 R Geary, I Beecher, R Grey 0-1 each
Tallow: M Stewart, M O Brien, D O Brien, M Tobin, J Beecher, J Henley, R Geary, K Geary, T Ryan, I Beecher, R Grey, J Neville, D Buckley, B McCarthy, T Daly.
Subs: E Sheehan for D Buckley, R Beecher for T Daly.

Best of luck to all of the boys and girls of Scoil Mhuire who will be confirmed this Wednesday in Tallow.

Cois Bhríde
Our Under 9s are starting the 9th of April with hurling at home and running for 8 rounds with hurling and football every second week.

New member forms will be handed into the schools this week so please return to any of the names listed on the forms or if there are any questions please contact any person listed. We are also looking for parents to help out with new members. Full training will be provided to the coach with our club covering any expenses.

Well done to the minors and u16s on their recent wins.

Go Games
Referee training is on the 16th of April in Lawlors Hotel at 7pm. Anyone interested (over 16) please contact Colin Cunningham.

Please see Cois Bhríde website for all upcoming fixtures.