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.

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.

Burgess GAA Juvenile club 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.

Total Hurling Workshop with Tipperary’s Niall O’Meara

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Dear Parents,

I am emailing you with regard to our workshop we are running in Nenagh College from the 11th to 13th of July 2017.

This workshop is specifically designed to promote player development for boys between the ages of 14-17. The camp will cover a wide variety of features from hurling skills to strength and conditioning provided by a qualified sport scientist. There will also be an injury prevention clinic from a chartered sports physiotherapist.  The camp will include coaching and technical advice from players such as Ronan Maher, Shane McGrath, Jason Forde and Niall O’Meara.

Our aim is to also promote player wellbeing on and off the field with a special guest speaker talking about the importance of finding a balance.  Each participant will also receive a mobility band and bodyweight gym program.

As part of our aim to promote player development all clubs who have 8 or more participants attending the camp will receive a discount of €10 (€50 to €40) Cost of workshop €50 per participant.

For further details please view the attached powerpoint.

To obtain further information please contact us at any of the following:

Text/phone call 087-9701964

Via twitter @totalhurling

Via Facebook on our page Total Hurling Workshop

All completed and fully paid forms sent to: Hillside, Ardcroney, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary before 4th July will be entered into a draw for a free place on the workshop.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards

Niall O’Meara

Presentation:





Application Form:



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Upcoming fixtures from June 15th 2017

Fixture update: 


Junior A v Kilruane will be played Friday (tomorrow June 16th) at 8pm in Kilcolman and not Saturday as advertised. 

County Senior League game v Holycross takes place Sat 24th at 7.30pm in Holycross. 

Junior A v Nenagh TBC, likely weekend of June 25th.

Burgess GAA Notes June 12th 2017

Senior Hurling:

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Our senior hurlers bowed out of the North championship at the quarter final stage at the weekend after a five point loss to Templederry in horrible conditions in Nenagh. Our next senior league fixture is on Sunday June 26th at 12pm in Holycross against Holycross Ballycahill. Our final county championship group game will be against Éire Óg Annacarty.

Our Goal:



U12:

Our under 12 ‘Green’ team gave a fantastically spirited performance on Thursday evening in Kilurane in a performance which had it all, everything from work-rate, skill, teamwork and a never give up attitude. They came out winners 6-4 to 1-1. Well done to a great bunch of players. Well done too ot our ‘Gold’ team who battled hard in atrocious conditions.

U14:

Good start tonight by our U14 team winning 6-13 to 3-3 v Ballinahinch/ Templederry in North A hurling Championship last week.

Club Lotto:

There was no winner of last Monday night’s jackpot. The numbers drawn were 7, 11, 16 & 21. Lucky dip winners were Dervla Barry Newtown, Liam Hogan Newtown & Maria Murray Burgess. Sellers prize Rena Maher. This weeks draw was in Barrys for a Jackpot of €4,200.

County League Fixtures from June 6th 2017

 

See embedded below fixtures for the county hurling league round 4.

The games are down for Sunday the 25th of June at 12pm.  Clubs can agree a change of date and time and refer back to me with their agreed terms.

All changes must be agreed with the divisions of the club teams concerned before they can be approved by county C.C.C.