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Camogie Club Weekly Notes

posted 23 Mar 2015, 16:55 by Brodersen Ridgley

All of the girls are back training in ernest at the moment. Fantastic weather so far and the girls are enjoying it.
Please ensure you receive your insurance and registration forms and return as soon as possible to your trainer as you will not be registered or, more importantly, not insured until these are returned.

U8's & U10's are back training 10-11am every Saturday in the SARS pitch. Loads of new faces and all are welcome. Return insurance forms please.

U12's & 14's are back also 11-12 every Saturday morning in the SARS pitch. New players also very welcome. Please return insurance/registration forms.

U16's, minors & juniors are back in training and some matches also. Training is Thursdays 6pm and Saturday evenings at 5.15. Please continue to attend as there are some vital matches coming up!

Congratulations to 4 of our club girls who were part of the tipperary county minor A team who defeated cork yesterday. Well done to Karen Kennedy who had a great game. Best of luck to the team next Sunday at home in the county pitch in the Ragg against Kilkenny.

Some of our club girls were members of the victorious All Ireland school camogie team, The Presentation Secondary  School Thurles, recently. Well done ladies.

Camogie club jersey are available to order from the club. Contact your trainer or liz Ely 0877943233 for an order form.
Age 8 to 11 €30
Ages 13-14 €35
Adult sizes €40

Ladies Football Fundraising

posted 12 Mar 2015, 16:23 by Brodersen Ridgley

Hi All. We will kick off the start of our Fundraising events for "2015" with our annual Clothes Collection. This money will go towards much needed training equipment. Bags can be dropped before or after training with your daughter. We would encourage every family to take part. The only items they won't take are Pillows, Duvets or Books. Everything else is suitable. The heavier the better.

Collections can be organised by contacting the club phone or speaking to a member of the coaching team. So let's get cracking. Thanks.
Thurles Sarsfields Ladies Football.

Also we are holding our medal presentation night on the 20th of March @8pm in the SARS centre. It would be great if we had a few representatives from the main club. All are welcome.


Camogie Club Weekly Notes

posted 12 Mar 2015, 16:21 by Brodersen Ridgley

Thurles Sarsfields Camogie Notes - Week Ending March 7th:

Our Juniors had a very strong and promising start to the season with a good win over Toomevara in Toomevara. Our girls were 3 points up at the end of the first half with the wind against us. Toomevara didn’t pose too much of a threat and we stretched our lead in the second half with little response from the toome girls. We meet Cashel next Sunday at 3pm in the Sarsfields outside pitch at home. We ask for plenty of support for the team so come cheer them on. Holycross are next fixture and this game will be in the Sarsfield outside pitch also. Training is as normal, 6pm on Thursdays and 5.15pm on Saturdays. All players must attend as we have some big teams coming up and need all at training. New members are welcome.

A number of our club girls are members of the Tipperary minors and have had a fantastic start to the season also, winning the last two games they have played. We, as a club, wish Caitríona Skehan, Nicola Loughnane, Sara Stakelum and Karen Kennedy all the best in the future games with the county minors and also Leonard Philips with their training. Keep up the good work.

Training for all other age groups will be starting in the next week or two and members will be contacted by their trainers. Anyone else interested in joining the club at any age group or coming up for a look at training are more than welcome and can contact any club member or Liz Ely 087794323 after 4pm.

Club Jerseys are available for order also and forms can be requested from you trainer as soon as training starts up.


Weekly Club Notes

posted 10 Dec 2014, 12:41 by Brodersen Ridgley

Fixtures:

We face JK Brackens in the Mid Under 21 B Hurling Final this Sunday in Castleiney at 1:30p.m. We play Loughmore Castleiney in the Under 21 A Hurling Final but there is no date for this yet.


Medal Presentation + Awards Night:

Date for your diary: Medal Presentation + Awards Night will take place on Saturday night December 27th in the Clubhouse. Lots of medals to present, Senior, Intermediate, Junior Hurlers and the Junior Ladies Footballers. Also will be presenting Adult, Junior, Young Hurler, Ladies Footballer and Camogie player of the year awards. More details to follow


Annual General Meeting:

This will take place on Friday January 16th in the Clubhouse. Nomination forms are available from behind the bar in the clubhouse and also on the clubs website. Make sure to return to Secretary by Sunday January 11th 2015. Please note that only full members of the club are eligible to submit nomination papers.



Weekly Notes

posted 7 Nov 2014, 15:24 by Brodersen Ridgley   [ updated 10 Dec 2014, 12:35 ]

Results
Congratulations to our Senior team on winning the county final last Sunday in Semple Stadium. They produced a scintillating performance on the day and proved too much for a courageous Loughmore Castliney. Well done to all involved. Our Intermediates were unfortunately defeated by a strong Moyne Templetuohy side determined to reverse the Mid final result from earlier on in the year. Congratulations to our Intermediates for giving the club and supporters a wonderful year and a Mid title.

Fixtures
It is straight back to work for our Senior panel as they have to regroup and prepare for a Munster Semi Final against the Clare champions Cratloe in Cusack Park in Ennis @ 2pm Sunday. The club appeals that supporters travel on the day as your support means so much to the players and backroom team. The very best of luck to the team as they continue on their quest for further glory.



Weekly Club Notes

posted 11 Sep 2014, 15:44 by Brodersen Ridgley



Fixtures

In a quiet week of fixtures our Intermediates are out this Sunday against Moyne Templetouhy in the Mid Final in Holycross @ 3 o'clock. The very best of luck to the players and mentors involved.

TIpperary
Well done to Tipperary and all the Thurles Sarsfields players that were involved in the brilliant All Ireland final that ended in a draw. Both teams must regroups and prepare for battle once again on the 27th of September.

Club Lotto.
The club lotto has recently decreased its numbers down to 28. The Jackpot still stands at €18,000 with a 2nd jackpot also. Tickets can be purchased in the Centre or from various sellers in the club. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Weekly Club Notes

posted 20 Aug 2014, 14:45 by Brodersen Ridgley




Club Notes - 19th August 2014


Fixtures
After a long break without a game our seniors are out this weekend in the Mid Semi Final against Drom-Inch this Sunday @ 15.30 in Templemore.
The proposed game vs Portroe in the County Senior Championship this Wednesday has been put off to a later date.
On Saturday ur Junior As play Loughmore-Castleiney @19.00 also in Templemore in the Mid Semi Final. The very best of luck to all involved.
Our Junior Bs game vs Clonakenny has to be confirmed.

Results
Our Intermediates were victorious against Drom-Inch Saturday last on a scoreline of 2-19 to 1-14 in Templemore in the mid losers group final.

Congratulations
Well done to Tipperary and the five Thurles Sarsfields members of the panel on their comprehensive victory against Cork last Sunday in Croke Park. All the best of luck to them in the final against Kilkenny on the 7th of September.

Sympathies
At our Committee meeting on Monday last the clubs deepest sympathies were expressed to the friends and families of Johnny Curran.

County Board Draw
Congratulations Patsy Dorney on wining €500 in Augusts County Board Draw

Weekly Club Notes

posted 12 Aug 2014, 15:33 by Brodersen Ridgley


Club Notes:

Results:
Unfortunately it was a disappointing week for the minor panel. We bowed out to Drom Inch in the Mid Hurling Semi-Final last Wednesday and on Saturday we were beaten by JK Brackens in the Mid Minor A Football Final. This ends our involvement at minor level for 2014. We thank the panel of players and management team for all their hard work throughout 2014.
The Senior panel won the Cahill Cup last Sunday overcoming Moycarkey-Borris in the final. Congratulations to all involved.

Fixtures:
Our Intermediate hurlers play Drom/Inch in the Mid losers group final this Saturday evening at 5:30p.m in Templemore.
The Senior hurlers play Portroe on Wednesday August 20th in the Ragg at 7p.m in the County Senior Hurling Championship.
The Junior A team play Loughmore Castleiney in the Mid Semi-Final on Saturday August 23rd.

Committee Meeting:
Important Committee meeting will take place on Monday next August 18th in the clubhouse at 8:30p.m sharp. All committee members are asked to be present

Inter-County Representatives:
We wish club representatives Ronan, Padraic, Denis, Lar and Michael the very best of luck in the All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final against Cork on Sunday next.

Supporters Club Lotto Renewal:
We wish to thank everyone who renewed their lotto subscription for the forthcoming year and everyone who buys tickets on a weekly basis. We are indebted to your continued support of the lotto which is a vital source of income for all our teams throughout the year.

DENNY MAKING THE TRIP TO TIPP

posted 8 Jul 2014, 16:13 by Brodersen Ridgley   [ updated 8 Jul 2014, 16:15 ]



DENNY MAKING THE TRIP TO TIPP AS PART OF
THE DENNY DELI STYLE GAA CLUB TOUR
Visiting Thurles with Hurling’s Greatest Inter-County players This Saturday 12th of July
 
Tuesday 8th July, 2014:  Denny, one of Ireland’s best loved brands and the choice of ham for many GAA fans have launched its Denny Deli Style GAA club tour that will take the taste of home to GAA Clubs across Ireland this summer.  The tour will visit Thurles Sarsfield’s Festival of Gaelic Sport on Saturday 12th of July and will feature top inter-county players, Danny Sutcliffe (Dublin), Michael Fennelly (Kilkenny) and former Clare star, two time All-Ireland winner and Sky co-presenter, Jamesie O’Connor, who will all be serving up delicious Denny Deli Style 100% natural ingredients ham sandwiches.  
Why not bring the whole family down to enjoy some great hurling as part of the festival at Dr. Morris Park from 1pm and join The Denny Deli Style GAA ambassadors for a free sandwich and the chance to receive top hurling tips and get photographs with some of the country’s greatest inter-county players.
 
The Denny Deli Style GAA club tour is aimed at bringing the local community together to enjoy a celebration of hurling alongside the nation’s only 100% Natural ingredients Ham.  The tour will be visiting clubs across the country until September and to celebrate, Denny Deli Style is offering one lucky GAA club the chance to have the club tour visit their club.  To enter just visit Denny Deli Style’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/dennyest1820
 
Denny Deli Style is still the only ham in Ireland that is made from 100% natural ingredients and is freefrom any artificial additives or preservatives
For more information log onto www.denny.ie or visit www.facebook.com/dennyest1820

Thurles Sarsfields Festival of Gaelic Sport 2014

posted 22 Jun 2014, 15:35 by Brodersen Ridgley

JULY 4TH – 12TH

IN CONJUNCTION WITH TIPP FM

To all Participants, Supporters and Guests welcome to the 2014 Thurles Sarsfields Festival of Gaelic Sport.  It started as an eight team International Hurling Festival for the Tom Semple Cup in 2011.  It now incorporates Hurling, Camogie, Ladies Football, Target Ball, Rounders, Handball, Road Bowling, Camán Abú and a Fun Run.

Tipp FM, in conjunction with the Festival, is running the “Irish Garth Brooks Experience” Concert on July 5th in our Social Centre. Tickets available.

Our Festival concludes with a Céili Mór on July 12th (see programme of events).

Our Festival of Gaelic Sport is being actively supported by Tipp FM, Thurles Chamber of Commerce and Tipperary County Council.

All Thurles businesses are supporting the festival by providing discounts where possible, music sessions, and displaying the colours of the participating teams.

We hope all taking part and all visitors to our Town will enjoy a great week of Gaelic Sport, Music and Fun.

Fleadh agus Failte – A banquet and a welcome.

 

John Enright & John Lanigan

Joint Chairpersons

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