Burgess Gaa Notes June 5th 2018

Senior Hurling:

Our first league game which was due to be played on Friday was postponed because Hollycross couldn’t field a team. We struggled ourselves for numbers on Monday evening for our second game v JK Brackens and Brackens had to send up their goalie to get a late injury goal form a 21 to grabs draw.

The Chaser:

As part of the clubs drive to finance the new juvenile hurling wall and astro surface we are proud to announce that in association with Pallas marketing that we will be the first club ever to hold the chaser this coming October in the Abbey Ciurt Hotel. Watch out for further updates on the clubs social media.

Cúl Camp:

Burgess Cul Camp 16th to 20th off July 2018. Bookings can be made on https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/online/?camp=3724

Club Lotto:

There was no winner of last Monday night’s jackpot. Numbers drawn were 5, 19, 21 & 24. Lucky dip winners were Francis Walsh Nenagh, Deirdre Hough c\o D Pallas Bar & Mgt Kennedy Ballinaclough. Sellers prize Bobby Reidy. This weeks draw was in D Pallas Bar for a Jackpot of €2,100.

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Upcoming senior fixtures

Next 2 rounds of the County Senior League are being played this weekend. Friday at 7.45 we play Holycross Ballycahill and Monday at 6pm we play JK Brackens. Both matches are in Kilcolman. There are no junior fixtures this weekend.

Burgess GAA Notes 26th June 2017

Senior Hurling:

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Our senior hurlers were beaten, 1-15 to 3-17 in the county league at the weekend away to Holycross. This result leaves us requiring a win over Roscrea in our final group game to progress to the semi-final of the competition. See a short match report here.
Video of our Goal:




Junior A Hurling:
We face Nenagh Eire Og in the semi final of the north junior A league this Wednesday June 28th in Toomevara at 7:30pm. All support is greatly appreciated.
U14 Hurling:


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Burgess U14s had a great win over Nenagh Eire Og in Kilcolman on Wednesday night last with a final score of  Burgess 4-8 Nenagh Eire Og 3-5. We held a 5 point at half time lead but Nenagh fought back well though in the 2nd half to lead by 2 points with about 5 mins to go. Burgess responded well with 2 late goals and a few points to see them home. Next up is Silvermines away in Dolla Monday 26th at 6:30pm. All supported greatly appreciated.

Mothers and others:
A reminder that the Mother and Others Fitness through Football initiative in a fun non competitive environment continues every Monday at 7pm on Kilcoleman and all are welcome to attend.
Burgess Juvenile Fundraiser with Jason Fallon:

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A date for the diary – Burgess GAA Juvenile club Fundraiser with Jason Fallon on Saturday 15th of July 2017 in Reidys Newtown. Tickets €10. Spot prizes on the night, doors open at 9:30pm.
Condolences:
We would like to offer our deepest sympathies to JP McDonnell whose sister Sheila Flanagan passed away recently. May she rest in peace.
Club Lotto:
There was no winner of last Monday night’s club lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 2, 4, 10 & 20. The three lucky dip winners were Suzanne O’Neill Newtown, Marie Helebert Belleen & Julie Donovan Tullamore Park. Sellers prize Laura Carroll. This weeks draw was in Reidy’s for a Jackpot of €4,500.

Burgess v Holycross county senior league match report

County Senior League – Burgess 1-15 Holycross Ballycahill 3-17

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A heavily depleted Burgess outfit hurled with the aid of a stiff breeze in the first half of this county league group game and though they had twenty scoring opportunities in the opening period their return was a meagre ten points. Holycross goaled in the 7th minute to gain the lead for the first time in the match 1-02 to 0-3 after some good combination play. Burgess, despite their ferocious wide count, had the game on level terms by the 18th minute but just could not make their wind assisted dominance count on the score board and they were all square at half time, Burgess 0-10 Holycross Ballycahill 1-7.

The second half was tit for tat with points until the 23rd minute when a Niall McGrath was deceived a ball that took and unfortunate hop to push Holycross into a one goal lead. Holycross immediately added a point from the puckout to go four in front. Burgess struck back immediately with a goal from Ronan Tucker to leave a point between the teams Burgess 1-15 Holycross 2-13 and five minutes remaining. But disaster struck and Holycross had the ball in the Burgess net almost immediately after Ronans effort. Holycross tacked on four more unanswered points in the remaining couple of minutes to give them a flattering 3-17 to 1-15 win. Burgess will rue their 17 wides, two gilt edged goal chances amongst them. Best on show for Burgess were the half back line of JP Grace John O’Dwyer and Johnny Mulqueen. Keith Nealon and Danny Ryan hurled very well also.

Burgess Team: Niall McGrath, Pat Woods, Jack O’Flaherty, Willie Ryan,, Johnny Mulqueen,  John O’Dwyer, JP Grace, Kieran Ryan (0-1), Danny Ryan (0-2), John O’Brien (0-1), Keith Nealon (0-8 4f), Paddy Hogan, Ronan Tucker (1-2), Shane Maher (0-1), Eoin Hogan. Subs used: Brian Hogan, Tadhg O’Halloran.

Upcoming fixtures: from June 22nd 2017

Upcoming fixtures:

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Senior County League v Holycross Saturday 24th at 7.30 in Holycross.

Junior A League Semi Final v Nenagh Wednesday 28th at 7.30 in Toomevara.

Burgess GAA Notes 25th January 2016

Nenagh Guardian 2016 Sports Awards:


The inaugural Nenagh Guardian Sports awards were held on Friday night last in the Abbey Court hotel and the first recipient of the Guardians Hall Of fame Award was our own Donie Nealon. The night itself was a was ran in as professional manner as you could imagine and was a credit to Shane Brophy and all at The Nenagh Guardian. Donie’s family, friends along with a sizeable Burgess and Burgess Duharra contingent were there to show their support for our most famous son.
It was fitting that the first inductee to the Guardians Hall of Fame was Donie, his extraordinary sporting achievements and formidable body of work off the field made an awe inspiring list. We in Burgess GAA extend our congratulations to Donie, the true definition of a Hall of Famer.
We would also like to congratulate the Camogie Club who the monthly award winner for October. A fitting recognition for their four in a row of senior county Camogie titles.
Juvenile AGM:
Burgess Juvenile Club are holding their AGM next Friday night 29th January at 8pm in Kilcoleman. All parents are requested to attend this meeting.

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Senior Hurling 2016:
The draw was made for the 2016 county senior chmpionship on Sunday last and Burgess were drawn into what pundits quickly dubbed, Roinn 2’s group of death, featuring Toomevara, Moyne Templetouhey and Holycross Ballycahill. The draw for the North Senior championship has been deferred to a later date. We wish our lads every success in the coming season.

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Little all Stars 2016:
Little all stars will continue on Saturday mornings at 10am in Kilcoleman. We would like to thank all of our volunteer’s who have made the project such a success for the kids.
Club Lotto:
There was no winner of last week’s draw held in Barry’s, Newtown. The numbers drawn were 17, 18, 21 & 26. This week’s draw was held in Molly Ban’s, Nenagh. The Jackpot was €5,400. Next week’s Draw will be in Reidy’s, Newtown on Monday 1st February. Best of luck and thank you for your continued support. Tickets are only €2 each. Play today!

Club & Gym Membership 2016:

Club and gym membership rates are the same as last year. Gym and club memberships when bundled together are discounted as shown below. A registration night will be announced shortly.

€30/year for a player or €100 bundled with gym membership
€25/year for a student player or €90 bundled with gym membership
€20/year for a non-playing member or €90 bundled with gym membership
Gym membership only €100/year (non-club members)

Clubify App:

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You can now get Burgess GAA news/fixtures & results direct to your mobile with the @clubifyapp app. Download it for free & follow. It’s a must for anyone with a smart phone or tablet, be it an Apple or Android device. Searchclubifyapp.com for more details.

County Senior Hurling Championship Draw 2016

  In what’s already being described as a group of  death by various pundits, Burgess find themselves pitted in Roinn 2 Group one against Toomevara, Holycross Ballycahill and Moyne Templetouhey.

The North Senior championship draw will take place at a later date. Here below are details of the full draw for the county senior hurling championship 2016.

2016 Tipperary SHC Roinn 2 Group 1 – Burgess, Toomevara, Holycross-Ballycahill, Moyne-Templetuohy



2016 Tipperary SHC Roinn 2 Group 2 – Moycarkey-Borris, Carrick Swan, Moneygall
2016 Tipperary SHC Roinn 2 Group 3 – Loughmore-Castleiney, Borrisokane, Knockavilla Kickhams
2016 Tipperary SHC Roinn 1 Group 4 – Kilruane MacDonaghs, Clonoulty-Rossmore, Lorrha-Dorrha, Portroe
2016 Tipperary SHC Roinn 1 Group 3 – Nenagh Eire Og, Kildangan, Templederry Kenyons, Mullinahone
2016 Tipperary SHC Roinn 1 Group 2 – Thurles Sarsfields, Eire Og Annacarty, Borris-Ileigh, Roscrea

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2016 Tipperary SHC Roinn 1 Group 1 – Killenaule, Drom & Inch, Upperchurch-Drombane, JK Brackens