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Club Notes: 21st May 2018

posted Jun 10, 2018, 5:13 PM by Mark Baldwin
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.

Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 7, 12, 16, 28
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Pádraig Tobin, Fiona McDonnell, Liz Barry, Gerard Beecher
Promoter: Post Office
Next draw: The Corner House, Monday May 28th
Jackpot: €1,800

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

Lotto
Congratulations to Catherine Cronin on winning our GAA lotto last week. Jimmy might give you a hand to spend it Catherine!

Last Man Standing
Well done to Theresa Clynch, John Paul Delaney and Mark Sutherland - our winners of this year's Last Man Standing competition.

Player Benefit Night.
Thanks to everyone who turned out at supported last Saturdays benefit night, it was much appreciated. Thanks also to those who donated prizes and to Lizzy Langtons for their support.

Comhbhrón
We wish to extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Finn Mccarthy on his recent unexpected passing. Finn was the first Chairman of Cois Bhríde club when it formed back in 2000. He also served as membership officer here in the senior club up to recent years. Finn made a huge contribution to both juvenille and senior clubs over the years. He was a great character who gave us all many years of entertainment, guidance and support. He will be hugely missed by all. To Margaret, Aoife, Niamh, Shane, Deirdre and Luke we offer our sincere condolences. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Munster Senior Hurling Championship
The new championship format has affected ticket distribution i.e clubs do not have enough time to turn tickets around. Tickets for the Tipperary game are now on sale through the usual outlets: Super Valu, Centra and gaa.ie/tickets

Waterford v Clare
Best of luck to Thomas Ryan and the Waterford senior hurling panel who will play Clare in the first game of this years championship. The game will take place in Cusack Park, Ennis on Sunday May 27th at 3.30pm
Best of luck to Dean Beecher and Shaun Henley who are part of the minor panel that play Clare on Sunday also.

Tallow Credit Union
The Credit Union are celebrating 50 years in business on Friday. WLR fm will broadcast from the Credit Union on the day. Congratulations to all!!

Western Finals
Best of luck to the boys and girls of Scoil Mhuire who will play their Western hurling and camogie finals on Wednesday evening in Dungarvan.

Cois Bhríde

U7 HURLING
Best of luck to our u7 hurlers who are competing in a blitz in Lismore on Saturday 26th May

U10 HURLING
After a shaky start in the Ballyduff tournament our lads showed great determination, gave it everything they had and topped their group. We are back in action Saturday 26th to play a semi final.
Best of luck in the semi final next Saturday lads! #coisbhrideabú

U16 FOOTBALL
Our U16 footballers played the Division 3 Co. final in Walsh Park last Sunday against Rathgormack. After a slow start by both sides the lads gained the upper hand with some well taken points and a goal which settled them down and they dominated the rest of the half with good defending and flowing attack play. Cois Bhride could have had a larger lead at half time but a couple of goal chances and some free’s didn’t find the target so the score did not reflect their dominance at the short whistle. An early goal for Rathgormack in the second half signalled a purple patch for them and they made the most of it scoring two more goals and a couple of points to push them well ahead with 10 minutes to go. The Cois Bhride lads tired with the 13-a-side format taking its toll but to their credit they rallied well and clawed two goals back. Time was the enemy now and even after tacking on a couple of points their effort to get ahead just fell short with Rathgormack popping a couple of late points over and scoring a penalty to keep them out of reach. Final score Cois Bhride 3-08 Rathgormack 5-08. A county final at any grade is a great achievement so we can be proud of this young team and their effort over the last few months, so well done boys!!
Panel: Cathal Hunt, Darragh Spillane, Eoghan Lenehan, Stephen Roche, Cian Hurley, Eolann Costello, Jake Chambers, Padraig Hynes, Mark Dalton, Tom Dalton, Josh Geary, Shane Martin, Conor O’Keeffe, Alan Hurley, Ian Martin, Ciaran Lenehan (pictured)
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