Lotto Results from Monday night: Numbers drawn 05,07, 09, 19. No jackpot winner but well done to our five match 3s:
1. Mary Roche Kelly seller Lucy Cleary
2. Ellen Kelly seller Cora Gentles
3. Rowenna Connery seller Eoin Fallon
4. Betty Ryan seller Noreen Donoghue
5. Paddy Power seller Richard Hayes
A big thank you to all our ticket buyers and sellers. Monday night's jackpot will be €13800!
Make sure you take a look at the photo abum 'New Merchandise' on Facebook for details of special offers currently available on shorts, bags, & tracksuits.
Our under-8 football team attended a blitz in Cahir this morning. Despite being without a number of regulars, eighteen Ógs still ran onto the field and was divided into 2 teams.
Ballylooby , Fr. Sheehys , Newcastle & Cahir also competed.
All games were very competitive and all the boys had a very enjoyable morning.
Newcomers to the under-8 ranks – Jack Lawlor & Josh Kiely put in great performances.
Dylan Murphy shouldered some very heavy tackles in the midfield area and lead by example.
Kyle Dargan kept a clean sheet between the posts and Alex Greene was fearless in the forward line.
To-days display by our boys promises for a very successful season.
A word of thanks must go to Cahir GAA club for hosting and for the refreshments afterwards – much appreciated.
Squad as follows: Julian Kerton, Jake Daly, Jack Lawlor, Dylan Lonergan, Dylan Murphy, Jayden Cagney, Cormac Lynch, TJ Slattery, Nathan McKell, Kyle Dargan, Josh Kiely, Mark O’Donoghue, Adam Duggan, Lorcan Daly, Eoin Condon, Alex Greene, Pearse McNamara & Rhys Lonergan.
Mentors: Michael Condon, Tommy Murphy, Martin Greene, Kevin Duggan, Micheál McNamara & Pajo Kerton.
Finally , under 12 championship football kicks off tomorrow. Good luck to Sean Quirke and his team who play at home in the morning.
The under- 12 division 4 team then play in Fethard at 1pm. Much interest here will centre on tactics of new coach to the under-12 ranks – Pajo Kerton. Good luck lads.
‘Hon the Óg.
Despite the absence of a few regulars, the Clonmel Og / Clerihan combination U21B Football team recorded a great win in their third round South Championship game vs. Mullinahone today in Clonmel. Conditions were very poor, but playing with the aid of the wind, we started brightly and had 1.02 scored within the first three minutes after a well worked Conor Arrigan goal. Our boys proceeded to dominate the rest of the first half with scores from Dean Kelleher, Stevie O' Connell, & Mikey Lynch to lead 1.07 to 0.01 at the break.
The second half started with three quick attacks - one of which was converted by Eddie Power to extend our lead to 8 points. This proved to be our last score of the game as a determined rear guard action was required to keep Mullinahone at arm's length in the face of a gale force wind. Mullinahone had reduced the deficit to 3 points by the final whistle but never looked like getting the goal they needed thanks to some magnificent defending. All the boys played well and we now look forward to a semifinal vs Carrick Swans next weekend. Well done all concerned, and we wish them well in the semi final
Team: Shane Murphy, Brian Bates, Declan Bennett, Andrew O' Donnell, Dean Horton, Aaron Arrigan, Dan Walsh, Darragh Kearney (c), Marc Ahearne, Shane Fehilly, Stevie O' Connell, Eddie Power, Conor Arrigan, Dean Kelleher, Michael Lynch
We send our best wishes to Darragh Kearney who lines out for the Tipperary footballers in the Munster U21 Quarter Final vs. Waterford on Wed night (13th) in Semple Stadium. Throw in is at 19.30.
This is Darragh's second year on the team and in recent years he has developed into a fine footballer; a crucial member of our senior football team. Best of luck Darragh!