June 28, 2016 Leave a comment
Junior A Hurling:
Well done to our junior hurlers who defeated knockshegowna at the weekend in their opening game of the north championship with a final score of 2-13 to 1-13. The game itself was a tremendously tough physical encounter, one which will stand our younger hurlers in good stead. Our lads will have a couple of weeks to recover and heal up before their next outing in two weeks time.The team: Paul Carroll, Pat Woods, Paddy Hogan, Jack Maloney, Drew Boland, Kieran Ryan, Gerry Ryan, Johnny Ryan, Declan O’Donoghue, David Seymour, Conor Gill, Aidan O’Flaherty, Garrett Howard, Brian Carroll, Cian McDonnell. Subs used: Brian Tucker, JP Grace & Paul Hogan.
Some video Footage:
Our seniors face Toomevara in the semi final on Friday July 1st at 7:30 in Toome please check the guardian for fixture information and as always keep an eye on the club’s social media for late changes of venues and times etc.
County long puck champion:
Well done to Paul Carroll who won the county long puck final in Knockshe on Saturday morning last by 2 inches. Paul will now represent Tipp in the Munster championship in the Burren next weekend. We wish him the very best of luck. It should be noted that turned in an excellent performance in on the evening of his county victory making three incredible stops against Knockshe in the junior A championship.
Millennium Hill walk:
Thanks so much to everyone who turned up for the walk, it was much appreciated. For our organisers Pat Delaney, Elma and Aidan Dillon and for all who helped on the evening thanks again. Just to let ye know €356.65 and one 50p sterling was collected. It was a great result and a fun family evening.
We received a message from the management team of our u14 Feile na nGael team that we’d like to share.
The U14 management would like to thank the following for a very successful Feile weekend.
The U14 players, all 25 of them for their brilliant team performances in all 5 games. They played as a team and never gave up. They didn’t pick up one yellow card in all the games but played hard and fair. Their behaviour at all times was top class.
Secondly the parents for supporting them through out the competition. Bringing them training, purchasing the burgess gear and having them well turned out, looking so well in their tops, socks and togs. You all can be very proud of them as we the management are.
Lastly but most importantly the Burgess Juvenile committee. They put in a lot of hard work both preparing and making sure it all ran like clockwork on the weekend. Everything we asked for we received and a lot more. Also to everyone helped out serving food and refreshments. Remember this is all voluntary.
Thanks from the U14 Management. Hon Burgess 💚💛👍😊
Just a reminder that Cul Camp is fast approaching (4th to 8th July) please register your child online to avail of this fantastic sporting and social opportunity. You can register at https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/
There was no winner of last week’s draw held in Molly Báns, Nenagh. The numbers drawn were 1, 5, 10 & 23
This week’s draw was held in Reidy’s, Newtown. The Jackpot was €8,700.
Next week’s Draw will be in Barry’s, Newtown on Monday 4th July .
Best of luck and thank you for your continued support.
Tickets €2 each. Play today!