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Club Notes: 24th September 2018

posted Oct 24, 2018, 6:25 PM by Mark Baldwin   [ updated Oct 24, 2018, 6:29 PM ]
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's chemist.

Tallow GAA lotto sponsored by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow:
Numbers drawn were: 1, 13, 16, 18
No winner
Consolation Prizes: John White, Pad Fitzgerald, Mary Walsh, Jerry Hogan
Promoter: Colin Cunningham
Next draw: October 1st, Kenirys
Jackpot: €5,400

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

Deise Draw
Could all outstanding monies be handed in to any of the promoters.

Cois Bhride 1 - 20 Portlaw/Ballyduff Lower 0 - 11
This was a playoff round to reach the quarter finals . Played in Tallow last Saturday evening in cool conditions and no run on the ground . We started brightly and with only 2 mins on the clock Ben Ahearne had the ball in the Portlaw net with a brilliant strike . But from here to halftime scores were very slow in the making and we led at the break 1 - 5 to 0 - 3 . Portlaw scored two early points at the start of the second half but our lads settled and by 45 mins we still had our 5 point lead . In the last quarter the boys pulled away outscoring the opposition 11 points to 4 to run out easy winners .
Team; Cathal Hunt ,William Cunningham ,Dean Beecher ,Eoin Lenehan ,Ivan O Neill ,Sean Henley 0-1 ,Liam Motherway ,Ciaran McCarthy 0-2 ,Tom Dalton ,Ben Ahearne 1-2 ,Mark Stuart 0-1 ,Kieran Crawford 0-1 ,Padraig Hynes 0-3 ,Ciaran Hunt ,Mark Dalton 0-10 ,Cian Hurley ,Jake Chambers .
We now play Passage in Passage next Saturday 29th September at 4pm.

The previous week the under 21 footballers lost by a point to Tramore in Portlaw . It was a bruising encounter in which we lost our discipline . Ray 'Pigeon' O'Brien was dismissed I'm told in the wrong in the first half but the referee could have sent off anyone. Tallow beat a Tomás Maher lead Erins Own the following week without the suspended 'Pigeon' in a much more disciplined display.Looking at the team picture of the panel that are there and if Ray O'Brien had been included we would have had an astonishing nine players who went on the play senior hurling for Waterford