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Club notes 22/4/18

posted 24 Apr 2018, 14:19 by Juarez South   [ updated 9 May 2018, 15:19 ]

MOYCARKEY BORRIS GAA CLUB NOTES 22nd/04/18

Sign –on Templemore Mid Tipp Junior hurling League Div 3

Moycarkey lost to Drom –inch in the ragg on Saturday evening. They now face Knock this Saturday 28th/04  in Littleton at 7pm.

Sign –on Templemore Mid Tipp Junior hurling League Div 1

Moycarkey face Holycross this Friday 27th/4 at 7pm in Littleton.

Tipperary Water Intermediate Football.

Moycarkey Borris lost to Moyne Templetuohy in the first round of football Sunday afternoon in Templemore .

Centenary Hurling Mid Tipp Senior Hurling

Moycarkey play Holycross in the quarter final this Sunday 29th/4 in the Ragg at 3pm.

Juvenile fixtures

Our 12A team play Durlas og this week in pairc na nog’

Our under 14 team are away to Holycross this Thursday evening in the second  round football championship.

Under 8 training is back every Saturday morning 10.30am in Littleton pitch.

Under 6 training started back on Saturday at 11am in Littleton. All new children welcome.

Membership 2018

Membership for 2018 season is now overdue .It  can be paid to Senior club secretary Michele McKelvey or Juvenile club registrar Mary Shelly.The membership rates are as follow s Juvenile  30,Minor 30 ,Adult player 50,Family (2 adults and 2 boys) 70.Note each additional boy is 15.Non players/Mentors 40.

 

Moycarkey Borris Ladies Football and Camoige Club.

 

Our U12 camogie first team were defeated by a strong Annacarty team while both of our football teams had wins over Boherlahan and Clonmel Commercials 2 in their first league matches

 

Tipperary Minor Football

Tipperary will play Waterford  in the Electric Ireland Munster GAA Football Minor Championship play offs on Wednesday April 18th at 6.30pm in Leamybrien.

Congratulations to Max Hackett, Kevin Hayes and Kyle Shelly all of which played a big part in Tipperarys win over Limerick.

Update on Club Plan 

 Following a favourable decision of An Bord Pleanana, it was agreed at a recent senior club meeting to proceed with the construction of our proposed Clubhouse with the works being awarded to Cooldine Construction. Works are scheduled to commence shortly with the hope that the Clubhouse will be completed by the year end. A number of fundraising measures will be happening over the coming weeks and months and our Club will once again be relying on the very generous support of the people and businesses of the parish and beyond.

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