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Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 26th September 2016

posted 26 Sep 2016, 12:12 by Michelle Donnelly
Junior B Football
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris who were defeated by Boherlahan Dualla in the Jim and Anne Kennedy Mid Tipperary Junior B Football Championship Semi-Final on Sunday last on a score line of Boherlahan Dualla 3-4 Moycarkey Borris 1-4.

Moycarkey Borris team – Eamon Clohessy; Michael Bergin, Aidan Maher, Timmy Ryan; James Power, Eric Fanning, Kieran Shortall; Eoghan Hayes, Mattie Ryan; Michael Roche (1-0), Robert Doran, John Kelly (0-1); Phil Kelly (0-2), Robert Clancy, Kieran Morris (0-1)

Subs used – JJ Darmody for Robert Doran, Tom Hayes for Mattie Ryan, Ger Carey for Kieran Shortall and Kevin O’Regan for Phil Kelly.


Intermediate Football
Moycarkey Borris will play Golden-Kilfeacle in the "Tipperary Water" County Intermediate Football Championship Quarter Final on Sunday, October 2nd at 12 noon in New Inn.


Intermediate Hurling
Cashel King Cormacs will be Moycarkey’s opponents in the County Intermediate Hurling Relegation at a venue and time to be confirmed.


Under 16 Hurling
Boherlahan Dualla was the venue for the Mid Tipperary Under 16 B Shield Final on Sunday last. In a very tight competitive game, Moycarkey Borris and Thurles Gaels could not be separated, Moycarkey Borris 2-3 Thurles Gaels 1-6. Both teams are no strangers to each other and have competed against each other since playing at Under 14 level providing close encounters each time.

Daniel Brown opened Moycarkey’s scoring when he pointed a free in the fifth minute. The game ebbed and flowed from end to end until the end of the first quarter when Ben O’Dwyer netted the ball for Moycarkey. Thurles Gaels had yet to find their rhythm but in the twentieth minute Cian Gleeson commenced their scoring with an excellently placed ball in the back of the net. From the resulting puck out, the ball was worked in to John Coffey and he raised Moycarkey’s second green flag. For the final ten minutes both sets of defenders safeguarded their goals and neither team added to their score line before the half time whistle, Moycarkey Borris 2-1 Thurles Gaels 1-0.

Thurles Gaels now had wind assistance for the second half and piled the pressure on to the Moycarkey-Borris defence. While the Gaels were struggling from play, the concession of numerous frees by the Moycarkey gave Chris Munroe of Thurles opportunities from placed balls. Munroe duly obliged, scoring five pointed frees and a ’65 to put his side in to a two point lead heading in to the last five minutes. In the fifty sixth minute, Moycarkey registered their first score of the second half which was a point from play for Shane Bourke. This was closely followed by a pointed free for Moycarkey’s, Daniel Brown to equalise the game. Time ran out for both teams to get the next score so the game finished level. Moycarkey Borris 2-3 Thurles Gaels 1-6.

Moycarkey Borris team – Liam McDonagh; Owen Sheridan, Paudie O’Gorman, Michael Maher; Daniel Brown, Dylan Shaw, Lewis Kearney; Brian O’Callaghan, Bill Hackett; Shane Bourke, Ciaran Kirwan, Ben O’Dwyer; Pat Hackett, John Coffey, Brendan Looby.
Subs used – Tom Maher for Brendan Looby (h/t), Jack Fitzgerald for Ciaran Kirwan (37th minute)
Scorers – Ben O’Dwyer (1-0), John Coffey (1-0), Daniel Brown (0-2 frees), Shane Bourke (0-1)

Thurles Gaels – Gareth McCarthy; Cillian Donaghy, Shaun Kennedy, Robert Donoghue; Aaron Cooke, Shane Ryan, Shane Stapleton; Chris Munroe (0-6, 0-5 frees, 0-1 ‘65), Dylan Molumby; Jack Keogh, Paraic Loughnane, Oscar Lipinski; James Butler, Cian Gleeson (1-0), Jack Murphy

In the Under 16 A Moycarkey Borris will meet Moyle Rovers in the Tipperary Co-Op Under 16 A Hurling Championship Semi Final on Saturday, October 1st at 2pm in Leahy Park, Cashel


Under 13 Hurling
Congratulations to Moycarkey Borris Under 13 team who overcame Durlas Og in the Under 13 Group 2 Shield 2016 on Thursday last.


Under 11 Hurling
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris who were defeated by JK Brackens in the Mid Tipperary Under 11 Group 1 Semi Final. The season has come to an end unfortunately we have no silverware to show. The coaches are very proud of the efforts of the panel and would like to thank all the parents & guardians who supported the panel throughout the year. We would encourage the kids to play hurling & football with their respective schools and to have the odd puck around during the break. Thanks again to all Under 11 coaches.

Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris who were defeated by Durlas Og in the Mid Tipperary Under 11 Group 3, they now have a Semi Final to look forward to on Tuesday, September 27th in Littleton at 6pm against Thurles Gaels.


Senior Club Meeting
There will be a meeting of the Senior Club committee on Wednesday, September 28th in the Clubrooms. All club members are invited to attend.


Club Newsletter
Preparations have commenced for the Moycarkey-Borris GAA Club Newsletter for 2016. Content for the Newsletter should be submitted to moycarkeynewsletter@gmail.com by Friday October 7th.


Safetalk Workshop
The Club will run a safeTALK Workshop in November. This is a half day training programme that prepares participants to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. These specific skills are called suicide alertness and are taught with the expectation that the person learning them will use them to help reduce suicide risk in their communities. This workshop is number dependent so please register your interest by contacting either Michelle Donnelly 087 2422774 or Norah Maher 086 2473140. If we do not have the numbers required the workshop cannot go ahead.


Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Liam Britton, Former Chairman RIP

It was with great sadness that we heard of the passing of Liam Britton. Liam was an esteemed member of Moycarkey-Borris Camogie and Ladies Football Club during the mid-70’s and 80’s. A former Chairman of the Club, Liam was also a selector for many teams throughout those years. He was a selector for the 1980 Ladies Football team who won the All Ireland 9-a-side tournament in Dublin. Moycarkey-Borris were the Tipperary representatives and they defeated Cavan in the Final to win the Poitín Still Trophy.

The following year Liam Britton was also a selector for the Moycarkey-Borris Junior team who defeated Cappawhite by thirteen points in the County Junior Camogie Final.

Liam Britton took great pride in supporting the club and its players at club and County level. He travelled far and wide supporting the club and always had a seat free if anyone wanted a lift.

The Club organised a guard of honour for Liam as he entered Moycarkey Church for the final time. Liam will be missed greatly by the club and his friends. Rest in peace.


Junior Camogie
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris Junior team who were defeated by Toomevara in the Tipperary Camogie Junior Competition.
Moycarkey Borris team – Megan Woodlock; Helen Horan, Laura Ralph, Ann Connolly; Olivia Hogan, Maeve Hackett, Karen Mullins; Saoirse O’Meara, Maria Kinnane; Tricia Ralph, Marianne Murphy, Paula Ralph; Lisa Power, Michaella Graham, Emily Walsh. Subs – Rachael Dowling, Jessica Hayes, Breena O’Gorman, Claire Ryan, Majella Delaney.
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