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Club Notes: 7th September 2015

posted Sep 21, 2015, 4:45 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: 6,12,20, 23
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Sophie,Shane & Emma Cronin, Charlotte O Connor Anne O Brien Margaret Moore
Promoter Sean O Tuama
Next draw: The Hotel September 14th
Jackpot €7200

Senior Hurling
Our senior hurlers will play Ballygunner this Saturday, Sept 14th at 5pm in Bushy Park. This is the last game in the group stages, your support as always is welcome and very much appreciated.

Liam returns to The Cats
Not much change to the Status Quo of the All Ireland hurling series as Kilkenny defeated Galway on Sunday last in Croke Park. A promising start by The Tribesmen had many wondering was it their year? But whatever Jackie Tyrrell said at half time seemed to work wonders as they came out in the second half a completely different team, ensuring they retain the title given by many as the greatest team of all time. One would wonder, what are they doing that all other counties aren't??  

Cóbhrón
CLG Tulach an Iarainn wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the Barry family Townspark East on the sad passing of Mai. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.

Cois Bhríde
Minor Hurling
MHC Cois Bhride 2-10, Passage 1-12.
Cois Bhride minor hurlers booked their place in the minor hurling semi-final with a hard-fought one point win over Passage in Tallow last Wednesday. Despite playing below their best on the night, in
fairness Cois Bhride held their nerve to beat a very tenacious Passage team who really pushed us all the way. The first half was very even but it took an opportunist goal from Ryan Grey to leave the scores
level at half time. After a few choice words at the break we upped our game somewhat in the second half and when Edward Hynes scored a fine goal we hit the front only for Passage to come right back. Two points from Kelvyn O' Farrell kept us in front, and with Ryan Grey keeping the scoreboard ticking over from frees and play we edged out a narrow one point win. The selectors weren't too happy with the display, but credit to Passage who played with no little heart and skill, and it took a big effort from all the team to get over the line against them. Though a lot of our players didn't play up to par on the night, Jake Neville, Ian Beecher, and John Paul Lucey battled away all night and drove the team on to get a result. We still have one group match left to play, against De La Salle in Knockanore on Tuesday night which will decide the semi-final pairings. Panel; David Tobin, Robbie Geary, Jake Beecher, Darragh Mulcahy, Ian Beecher, Jordan Henley, Cathal Geary, John Paul Lucey, Jake Neville, Dylan Mangan, Kelvyn O' Farrell, Edward Hynes, Shane Ryan, Ryan Grey, Darah Buckley, Padraig Roche, Alan
Buckley, Edward O' Neill, Tom Roche, Billy Hynes.

Fundraiser
The annual draw took place on Friday last and results were as follows:
1st prize (2 All Ireland hurling tickets) Michael O Keeffe
2nd prize (500ltrs of home heating oil) Seamus Murphy
3rd prize: (€50) Lindsay Murphy

Fixtures
 Thursday 10th Sept: Under 16 Hurling Div 2 Away
V Passage @ 6.30 pm. Friday 11th Sept:Under 11 Football Div 2 Away v
The Brickies @ 6.30pm. Monday 14th Sept: Under 16 Hurling Div 2 Home v
Roanmore @ 6.30 pm, Under 10 Hurling Div 2 Away v Clashmore @ 6.30 pm
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