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GAA Notes 13th July 2014

posted Jul 15, 2014, 12:37 PM by Mark Baldwin
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Junior Football
We play Modeligo in Lismore in the next round of the junior football championship this Friday evening July 18th at 7.30.

Well Done 
Well done to our own Jordan Henley and to Cois Bhride's Colm Roche for their part in salvaging a creditable draw in last Sunday's Munster minor hurling final. The replay is fixed for next Tuesday 22nd July in Thurles and we would hope to see a large Tallow/Knockanore support for this.

Table Quiz
This Friday 18th July will see Lizzy Langton's hosting a table quiz to support Tallow GAA club. Tables of four are €40 and your quizmaster will be raconteur, movie-buff and all round song-and-dance man James Clancy. We would urge anyone with an interest in quizzes, drinking, arguing or repeating the question to come along, enjoy a good night of craic and support the GAA club

Waterford v Wexford
With one bound, Wexford are free with two very Wexford-like performances full of physicality and passion and wides. Both Waterford and Wexford are reaping the benefits of investing in development squads and underage hurling. Jamesie O Connor has consistently said that Waterford underage teams are the teams that Clare's miracle crop of underage hurlers have been most impressed by in the last four years. He also pointed out that Waterford, having reached five Munster minor finals in seventy years, have contested four out of the last six. Likewise, Wexford have won the last two Leinster under 21 titles after years of making up the numbers at that level. Waterford might not get a miraculous breakthrough like Clare anytime soon but the future is full of promise.