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Club Notes: 28th September 2015

posted Sep 29, 2015, 5:48 PM 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: 3, 19, 21, 26
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Christine Corcoran, Sarah Barry, Margaret Nugent, John White
Promoter: Denny Cunningham
Next draw: Teds October 5th
Jackpot €7,800

Senior Hurling
Best of luck to our senior hurlers who take on Ballyduff Upper in the county Semi-Final at Fraher field, this Sunday, October 4th at 2pm. Your support thus far has been tremendous so folks keep up the good work and get out in support of our lads who have put in such an effort all year and have given us many entertaining games !!

Support Your Local Club:
Tallow Gaa car stickers now available  Price €3.50 or 3 for €10. They will be on sale  in the square this Sat from 11 to 1 or contact Terence or Stuart.

Attention re parking
It has come to our attention that the disabled parking
spaces in the pitch are being used illegally. I have stressed the importance of not parking there a few weeks prior to this and so we would ask you again to please respect the drivers that need these spaces and do not park there.  Your co-operation is appreciated. 

Deise Draw
Congratulations to Liam Moroney on his Deise Draw win. Its great to see locals coming out with a few quid as they say!! On the subject of the Deise Draw, Fada is looking for money from a few of you!! 

National Club Draw
Tickets are currently in circulation around the town for the National Club Draw. Tickets are 10 euro each with some fantastic prizes up for grabs. All monies raised will be retained for the club. More information is available on the posters in local shops and businesses. 

MHC, Cois Bhride 0-15, De La Salle 0-11.
Cois Bhride minor hurlers have qualified for the county final after a hard fought win over De La Salle in Fraher Field last Wednesday. De La Salle started better and led 3 points to nil after about 5 minutes. Cois Bhride finally realised that the game was on and points from Ryan Grey and Kelvyn O' Farrell had us back level. The sides traded points after that and were level 0-6 each going in at half time. Once again the city team started the second half better and put over three points to a single point from Kelvyn. But then, as they have done a few times this year, we got into gear and after Jordan Henley scored a super point from a sideline cut, we scored the next six points in a row to lead by five points, with three coming from the excellent Ryan, two from Kelvyn, and one from Edward Hynes. ' Salle cut the defecit with two points, but the final score came from 15 year old Tom Roche, the youngest player on the panel, and we were into the final. This is a great bunch of lads, and they are the first division 1 minor Cois Bhride team to get to a county final since 2001. Ballygunner will be our opponents, and we are only too aware of their threat as they were the only team to beat us in the group stages in their home pitch. The final is probably on next Saturday week, more details to follow. Panel; Davy Tobin,
Robbie Geary, Jake Beecher, Darragh Mulcahy, Padraig Roche, Jake Neville, Cathal Geary, John Paul Lucey, Jordan Henley (0-1), Dylan Mangan, Ryan Grey (0-8), Edward Hynes (0-1), Darah Buckley, Kelvyn O' Farrell (0-4), Ian Beecher, Tom Roche (0-1), Edward O' Neill, Alan Buckley, Shane Ryan, Billy Hynes.

CLG Tulach an Iarainn extends deepest sympathy to the O' Riordan family on the sad passing of Dan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.