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posted 7 May 2013, 11:51 by Unknown user

We had a very successful presentation and awards night for our Senior,U/21 and Junior winning panels on Sunday night last in the Clubhouse.It was a geat night of celebration with a large crowd in attendance.Our annual Player Awards were presented to the very worthy recepients Alice Fogarty(Camogie),Emma Butler(Ladies Football),Ronan Maher(Young Hurler) and Padraic Maher(Hurler of the Year) for their consistent displays throughout the championship.We were delighted to welcome Club President Mickey Byrne who presented the Perpetual Trophy in his name to Padraic. Special presentations were made to our 7 club players Ronan,Stephen Cahill,Conor,Kevin, Michael,Ritchie and Stephen Maher to honour their contribution to Tipperary's All Ireland Minor and Intermediate success.The prestigious Club Person of The Year Award was presented to Seamus Quinn for managing our Senior Hurlers to our first Munster Club Championship title. Congratulations to the organizing committee whose preparation ensured everybody had a great night.


Saturday 11th May- Division 2 Junior League Final v Holycross-Ballycahill in Holycross at 7pm.

Sunday 12th May- Mid Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final v Drom-Inch in Templemore at 7pm.


This years draw will begin on Friday 17th May.The Draw has enjoyed great success over the past 25 years and has provided much needed funds to every club unit in the county.We thank our members most sincerely for your continued support.We really appreciate it.Promoters packs are have been distributed and we ask them to make their returns as soon as possible to Brian Burke.


We send our best wishes for a speedy recovery to Lar who picked up an injury during last Sundays Allianz League Final


The club are delighted to congratulate our Club President,Mickey Rattler Byrne who will be inducted to the Tipperary Association Dublin Hall of Fame at their annual awards dinner on Saturday May 25th at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel Dublin acknowledging his long ans distinguished career with club and county.