Juvenile results 26th June 2017

Mixed results for our underage teams in atrocious conditions last night.


Our U12D team beat Newport 6-2 to 2-0 last night in Kilcolman. Team and scorers: Cathal Slattery, Niamh Ryan, Iris Grace, Diarmuid O’Donoghue (1-0), Aisling Kennedy, Laura Kennedy (2-1), Conor Gorman, Lauren Ryan (2-1), Adam Dorris (1-0), Tom Hanrahan & Maire Ryan. 

While our U14s came up against a very strong Silvermines side in very wet conditions in Dolla last night. The lads battled hard to the end. Final score Silvermines 8-8 Burgess 2-5.

Upcoming North Fixtures from June 6th 2017

Upcoming North fixtures embedded below

 

Updated North Tipp Fixtures 11th April 2017

Updated North Tipp fixtures listing including Junior and Minor grades

Up coming North Tipp GAA Fixtures from 10th April 2017

Up coming fixtures including Junior and minor grades

Upcoming North Tipp fixtures

Upcoming North Tipp fixtures

Burgess Notes 13th February 2017

Condolences:

The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Cooney family for the loss of Ryan who passed away tragically in the U.S. May he rest in peace.

Senior Hurling:

The final piece of fixture news was revealed at the north board meeting last week when we were drawn against our near neighbours Portroe in the first game of the still Knockout North championship. Portroe, as we all remember put an end to our senior hurling year in 2015 when they beat us in the North championship thus completing a miserable run of losses.

Meanwhile to our senior hurlers completed the Mayhem obstacle course in Cahir at the weekend to set the tone for the coming year. There are plenty of photo’s of the lads efforts shared to club facebook account for anyone interested. We would also like to say well done to Donagh Maher who starred in Tipperary’s highly impressive defeat of Dublin in Saturday evenings National Hurling League opener in Croke Park.

Club Texts:

If anyone wishes to be included on a text distribution list for match notifications & other club matters please contact Club secretary Gemma Flynn on the club phone (087) 235 9336.

Little All Stars:

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The little all star activities finished up on Saturday last with a presentation of certificate to the 58 boys and girls from the parish who took part. This initiative has been a marvellous success and great credit is due to all the players, officers and organisers who gave up their time. The kids had a fantastic time, well done to all.

Club Lotto:

There was no winner of last Monday night’s club lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 14, 20, 21 & 30. The three Lucky dip winners were Margaret Brophy c/o PJ Hogan, Jimmy Griffin c/o Johnny Grace & Betty Stanley Newtown. The seller’s prize went to Jim Walsh. This weeks draw took place in D Pallas Bar for a Jackpot of €7,050.

Burgess GAA Notes 18th January 2016

Burgess GAA Lotto:

There was no winner of last week’s draw held in Reidy’s, Newtown. The numbers drawn were 18, 19, 27 & 28. This week’s draw was held in Barry’s, Newtown for a Jackpot of €5,250. Next week’s Draw will be in Molly Ban’s, Nenagh on Monday 25th January. Best of luck to all and thank you for your continued support. Tickets are a mere €2 each. Play today!

Little All Stars 2016:

Fantastic numbers again this year at our Little All Stars event in Kilcolman on Saturday morning last. The kids had a wonderful time and great credit is due to the volunteers who organised and ran the mornings activities. It was great to see all the boys and girls of the parish enjoying themselves. Well done to all!

Adjourned AGM:

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The adjourned AGM of Burgess GAA Club was held on Friday night last where a number of officer positions that were vacant within the club were filled. Mike Carroll will be stepping into the role of Chairman while Gemma Flynn takes on the mantle of Secretary. Peter Carroll was also made vice-Chairman again for his second year in the role. We wish Mike, Peter and Gemma every success in their positions for the coming year.

We would also like to thank the outgoing Chairman, Dinny Ryan and the outgoing Secretary Mairead Darcy for their service to the club. Both were a pleasure to deal with and were officers of the highest standard. Mairead will of course continue to serve as assistant secretary for which we are very grateful.

Here follows a complete list of the clubs officers for the coming year:

Chairman – Mike Carroll

Vice-Chairman – Peter Carroll

Secretary – Gemma Flynn

Assistant Secretary – Mairead Darcy

Treasurer – Rena Maher

Assistant treasurer – Marion Carroll

Community and Public relations – Padraig Hogan

Registrar – Maria Murray

County board Representative – Mort Hogan

Development Officer – Liam Gillespie

Co. Board Co-Ordinator – Joe Sherlock

Oifegach na Gaeilge – TBC

Players Representative – Donagh Maher & Tossy Hogan

Youth officer – Mike Slattery

Club health and wellbeing officer – Pat Stanley

Schools liaison – Paddy Cooney and John Hogan
Coaching officer – Fergal McDonnell

Child protection officer – Michelle Tucker

 

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. Search clubifyapp.com for more details.

Guardian Sports Awards 2015:

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The Guardian Sports Awards 2015 event will take place on Friday 22nd of January in the Abbey Court Nenagh. There will be a significant Burgess interest in the night’s celebrations with both the Duharra Senior Camogie Team and Burgess & Tipperary legend Donie Nealon to be honoured.  See the Guardian for ticket information.