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Club Notes: 4th November 2015

posted Nov 4, 2015, 2:52 PM by Mark Baldwin
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow.

Lotto Results
Numbers drawn 7,24,25&28
No winner
Consolations Joe Geary josh Geary Gretta power James o Keeffe
Promoter chuck
Next draw the hotel November 9 jackpot €8800

We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the McCarthy family on the sad and untimely passing of John William. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
We wish to extend sincere sympathy to the Mangan family on the sad passing of Paddy. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

U21 Hurling
Cois Bhríde under 21 hurlers will play Dungarvan in the Western Championship at Lismore on Saturday 7th of November. Throw in is 2pm.

Minor Hurling
Minor Hurling Final Replay Cois Bhride  0-11, Ballygunner 1-10.
They say replays are never the same as the drawn game, and this was certainly true last Sunday in Walsh Park when our minor hurlers lost the minor final replay narrowly to a physically stronger Ballygunner team on a very sticky pitch. Though we didn't play with the fluency of the first game, we fought back from a six point defecit to come within a score, but that little rub of the green, or in particular some key refereeing decisions just did not go our way which was all there was in it in the end. To say we were disappointed would be a huge understatement, as we were much the better team in the drawn game, but you've got to take your chances against the top teams, and we did not do that. Ballygunner scored the first point, followed by two Ryan Grey pointed frees, but then the city side scored 1-3 to a single Edward Hynes point to take a hold on the game. The goal was really a bit of a gift, and against the run of play, and left us trailing by four points at the break. Following a few choice words at half time we got the first two scores of the second half, from placed balls, but Ballygunner had a purple patch then with four points in a row to leave us six in arrears. But there is character in this bunch of lads, and we outscored the 'Gunners by five points to one in the remainder of the game with scores from frees and one from play from Ryan. A couple of very dubious decisions such as pulling Edward Hynes back when he was clean through on goal to give us a free when a blind man would have given the advantage left our supporters seething, and adding a mere two minutes additional time when there were a lot of stoppages in the half was also a bone of contention as we had some momentum at that stage. However we congratulate Ballygunner on their win, they are certainly the dominant club in the county with the double under their belts. For us we have a minor county final football replay against Brickeys still to play, and our u-21 hurlers have a match against Dungarvan this coming Saturday in Lismore at 2pm. Panel; Davy Tobin, Darragh Mulcahy, Jake Beecher, Robbie Geary, Padraig Roche, Jordan Henley, Cathal Geary, Jake Neville, John Paul Lucey, Dylan Mangan, Kelvyn O' Farrell, Edward Hynes (0-1), Ian Beecher, Ryan Grey (0-10), Darah Buckley, Edward O' Neill, Shane Ryan, Alan Buckley, Tom Roche, Billy Hynes.

National Draw
There are still tickets available for this draw. All monies raised will be retained within the club. Tickets are 10 euro and are available in local businesses.

Deise Draw
All outstanding monies to be paid to the promoters or David O Brien.