Burgess GAA Notes 10th July 2017

Senior Hurling:
We are fixed to play Roscrea away on Sunday 16th July at 12pm in our final county league group fixture. This is a must win game for us to advance in this competition. All support greatly appreciated.

Junior A Hurling:

Our North championship campaign got off to a bad start against Nenagh on Friday last when we were beaten at home 0-17 to 0-13. Our next game will be away against Knockshegowna please see the Guardian fixtures section and the clubs social media for further fixture information.

Juvenile fixtures:


U16A vs Lorrha Rovers in Ballinderry Mon 10th at 7:15

U14A vs Toomevara in Kilcolman on Wed 12th at 7pm

U12B (No game this week)

U12D vs Silvermines in Kilcolman Fri 14th 6:30pm

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:


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.

Congratulations:

Well done to Donagh Maher and the Tipp hurlers who recorded a big win against Dublin at the weekend.

Club Lotto:

There was no winner of last Monday nights lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 2, 11, 18 & 22. Lucky dip winners were Joe Darcy c/o Mairead Darcy, David Kyne Newtown & Libby Ben & Farrah Stanley Newtown. Sellers prize Jim Walsh. This weeks draw was in D Pallas Bar for a Jackpot of €4,800.

Burgess GAA Notes March 16th 2015

Senior Hurling:

Stephen lines up a free

Stephen lines up a free

 

Our senior hurlers earned their first competitive win of the year on Sunday last against mid opposition in the shape of JK Brackens on Sunday last. We were victorious on a score line of 2-11 to 2-10 in the county senior league in a hard fought encounter. Well done lads! A short match report can be viewed in the club website.

Burgess Team: Brian Sherlock, Paddy Hogan, Johnny Mulqueen, Jack O’Flaherty, Shane Maher, Donagh Maher, Timmy Hogan,  Mike O’Flaherty, Peter Gill, Tadgh O’Halloran, Brian Hogan, Noel Gleeson, Keith Nealon, Eoin Leahy Hogan, Stephen Murray. Subs used: Damien O’Brien. Johnny Ryan.

Please see the Guardian or the club website or social media for further fixture details.

Junior A Hurling:

Our Junior A’s are out on Saturday March 21st in the league against Silvermines in Kilcolman at 5pm. Please check this fixture for late changes in the guardian and the clubs web outlets.

Congratulations!

Well done to Aidan O’Flaherty who won his all Ireland u-17 handball semi-final at the weekend 21-15 and 21-1. We all wish him the very best of luck in the All Ireland final.

Club Membership:

Club membership falls due at this time and the rates for membership are as follows:  Adult Players €30, Student and non-playing members €20. The rate for adult players including Gym membership  is €100, students and non-playing members including gym membership is €90. Maria Murray or any club officer can be contacted about renewing or taking up your membership.

Club Lotto:

There was no winner of last Monday night’s, March 9th, Lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 5,6,12 & 25. The 3x40euro winners on the night were Mary Kehoe, Newtown: Teresa Cottrell, Portroe: Christine Flood, Newtown: sellers prize Pat Griffin. This week’s draw was in Ciss Ryan’s for a jackpot of €4,950. Thanks to all our supporters playing such an important part in fundraising for the club and the very best of luck.

Some Video Highlights:

 

 

Burgess GAA notes 22nd June 2014

Senior Hurling:

Hatching Plans

Our Dr. Fogarty  league final which was fixed for Sunday next has been postponed and instead we will play Moneygall in the North quarter final on Sunday 29th of June in Toomevara at a time to be confirmed. All support for our senior hurlers is greatly appreciated.

Junior A:

Our junior A championship opening fixture against Silvermines from last weekend was postponed. Please keep an eye on the Guardian fixtures and the clubs social media for further details.

U6/U8:
Our U8’s participated in a succesful blitz in Dolla on Saturday, June 14. They played great games against Nenagh, Silvermines, Ballina and Ballinahinch. Thanks to Silvermines for accomodating the blitz and to all parents for attending. The following players participated: Tomas Ryan, Michael Ryan, Tom Hanrahan, David Nealon, Jayden Guilfoyle, Jack Sullivan, Cathal Slattery, Eoghan Ryan, Joe O’Dwyer, Joseph Kearney, Adam Dorris, Grady Buchanan, Luke Comerford, Diarmuid O’Donoghue, Donagh Ryan, Conor Grace,

U6 & U8 training continues in Kilcolman on Tuesday and Fridays, 7 – 8PM.

U 12:

Hard luck to the U12 team who were beaten by a stronger Lorrha team in Kilcolman last Friday evening.  Next game will be against the Silvermines.

U14:

Next game for U14 will take place this Wednesday evening in Kilcolman at 6.30 against Moneygall/ Templederry.

U16:

Our U16 campaign will begin on Monday 30th against Moneygall in Moneygall.

Cul Camp:

Cul Camp will take place in Kilcolman on Monday 14th July to Friday 18th July. This camp is for boys and girls aged 6 – 13. Forms will be given out in schools, please return forms to your trainers.  Alternatively you can book on line.

Club lotto:

There was no winner of last week’s Jackpot. The numbers Drawn were 4, 9, 12 & 22. This week’s Draw was in Barry’s of Newtown on Monday 23rd June.  The Jackpot was €9,050 on the night. Next week’s draw will be in Ciss Ryan’s, Garrykennedy on Monday 30th June. Good Luck & thank you for your support.

Burgess GAA Notes 2nd June 2014

Sympathy:

The Burgess GAA club extends its deepest sympathy on the recent passing of Kitty Nealon, Newtown. We would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to her husband Donie, children Declan, Sean, Donal, Eimear, Sinéad, Nuala and  Kevin as well as her grandchildren, family and friends. May she rest in peace.

Funeral arrangements:

Reposing on Monday June 2nd at her home from 4 pm until 8 pm. Remains arriving at Youghalarra Church (Newtown) on Tuesday for Requiem Mass at 3 pm followed by Burial in Youghalarra Cemetery. House private on Tuesday please.

U12 Hurling:

Well done to U12 hurlers who beat Borrisokane  on Friday evening in a well fought battle by both teams. Next match is on Friday 5th Burgess v Portroe in Kilcoleman at 6.30

U14 Hurling:

Hard luck to our U14 hurlers who were beaten by a very strong Kilraune team in Kilcoleman. Next match this Wednesday evening in Borrisokane at 6.30

Cul Camp

Cul Camp will be held in Kilcoleman from Monday 14th July to Friday 17th July. This camp is open to boys and girls aged 6 to 13.

Junior A hurling:

Our injury depleted Junior A hurlers were beaten by a very strong Kildangan outfit on Saturday last on a 4-19 to 0-17 scoreline in the junior A league semi final. We would like to thank the lads for their efforts in the League thus far and wish them the very best of luck in the coming championship.

Senior Hurling:

Round 2 of the North Senior Hurling Championship sees us up against Silvermines once again this year. This match is fixed for Saturday 6th June in Nenagh at 5:30pm. Please come out and give our lads all your support.

Club lotto Draw:

As a mark of respect to the Nealon family the Lotto draw scheduled for tonight (Monday 2nd June)  will now take place tomorrow (Tuesday 3rd of June) in Kilcolman.

There was no winner of last week’s Jackpot. The numbers Drawn were 6, 22, 23 & 26. This week’s Draw was in Kilcolman Meeting Rooms on Tuesday 3rd June. The Jackpot was €8,600 on the night. Next week’s draw will be in Molly Bán’s, Nenagh on Monday 9th June.Thank you for your continued support.

He soars with the eagles

Brian Tucker’s barnstorming second point in the 2014 Junior A league against Nenagh in all its glory!

 

Burgess GAA notes 26th May 2014

Peadar Cummins Tournament:

Congratulations to Jack Boland and Stephen Kirwan who represented Burgess on the North Tipp team which won the Peadar Cummins Tournament in Borrisoleigh last weekend.

U14:

The U14 hurling championship gets underway this  Wednesday 28th May. Burgess v Kilruane in Kilcoleman.

U12:

U12 Hurling championship starts Friday 30th. Borrisokane v Burgess in Borrisokane.
Please see facebook page for times and dates of matches.

Junior A league:

Burgess in determined form

 

Well done to our Junior A hurlers who qualified for the Junior A league semi-final after a hard fought 0-15 all draw against Nenagh on Saturday last in Kilcoleman. We will face Kildangan in this semi-final on a date and time to be confirmed. A short match report is available on the club website.

The team that faced Nenagh was: Brian Sherlock, Dan Nevin, Pat Woods, Willie Ryan, Paddy Hogan, Conor Quigley, Brian Tucker (0-2), Johnny Ryan (0-2), Paidi Gill (0-1), Tadgh O’Halloran (0-1), Conor Gill (0-3), Tony Hogan (0-1), Keith Nealon (0-4f), Garrett Howard (0-1), Declan O’Donoghue. Subs Used: Colm O’Brien, Tony Gleeson.

 

 

County Draw:

The new Tipperary county board draw was launched recently and will commence shortly. The Prize fund is €500,000,including two cars monthly. Weekly draws also take place. Anyone wishing to join the draw is asked to contact any committee member/promotors.Thanks to all who have supported the draw over many years. We look forward to your continued participation.

Burgess in Junior A League Semi

Junior A league 24th May 2014

Burgess 0-15 Nenagh 0-15

With both sides vying for a semi-final berth this was always going to be a taut affair. Burgess required only a draw while nothing but a win would do Nenagh in this final group game in Kilcolman.

Nenagh, with the aid of a stiff breeze, were first off the mark with two well taken points in the second minute of the game. We had to wait until the 5th minute for Tadgh O’Halloran to open our account with a fine long range effort. A seventh minute free from Keith Nealon had the side’s level at two points each. A minute later Conor Gill gave us the lead with a fantastic long range point scored from near the touchline. A minute later Nenagh were back on terms with a pointed free.

Our one point advantage was restored thanks to  an excellent Tony Hogan point leaving the score Burgess 0-04 Nenagh 0-03.Nenagh then tagged on three point without reply, two from play and one free, to leave Burgess two point adrift. Conor Gill arrested the rot with another fine point leaving us just a point behind again. Nenagh responded with two quick fire points before Keith Nealon tapped over his second free of the day to leave Burgess trailing six points to eight. Two more scores for Nenagh had us four points adrift with three minutes remaining in the half.

A goal mouth scramble that could have easily resulted in a goal for Burgess yielded a pointed free for Keith Nealon. Garrett Howard finished off the scoring for the half with a fantastic individual score taken from the most acute of angles to leave Burgess trailing eight points to ten at half time.

The second half began brightly with wing back Brian Tucker sallying forward to take a tremendous point within a minute of the restart. Nenagh responded with a pointed free soon followed by another excellent Burgess score by Paidi Gill. A minute later Conor Gill was on hand to level the game at eleven points each. Two minutes later Conor’s midfield partner Johnny Ryan was on hand to give Burgess the lead after he got on the end of a well worked move. The lead was short lived however with Nenagh firing over three unanswered points in three minutes to put us two points behind. 0-12 to 0.-14, with thirteen minutes remaining. Points by Keith Nealon and Johnny Ryan had the game all square with 4 minutes remaining at fourteen each when up stepped Brian Tucker with the score of the game to give Burgess the lead with two minutes remaining.

Nenagh grabbed a late equalising point which wasn’t enough to prevent Burgess from gaining a mouth-watering semi-final berth against neighbours Kildangan. Date and time TBC. please check the Guardian fixtures as well as the club website and social media for further info.

As it happened:

 

JAHL 2014 V Nenagh

 

Some EPIC video footage: