Ballybacon Grange Juvenile Camogie Club was launched for the first time last Tuesday evening in Goatenbridge. Congratulations to all involved and the very best of luck in the future.
Training is on Tuesday night at 7.30, we play County Championship against Lattin-Cullen Gaels this Sunday so attendance is vital
Tipperary cruised to victory today against Dublin in the Allianz National Hurling League Semi Final on a scoreline of 4-20 to 0-17. Eamon O’Shea’s side produced a dominant performance from start to finish with a number of great performances all over the field no more so than man of the match Jason Forde who notched up a tally of 0-04 including a skillful sideline cut. Seamus Callanan also showed his potential notching up a personal tally of 1-07, other notable performances included Brendan Cummins in goal, Paddy Stapleton, Padraic Maher, Brendan Maher, Noel Mcgrath and Patrick Maher. Tipperary will now go on to play Kilkenny in what will no doubt be a fiery encounter.
Training resumes at 11am Sunday morning in Goatenbridge. We begin championship in two weeks to a big push is needed.
Hard luck to Jonathan Ryan, Michael O’Sullivan and Billy Hewitt who were members of the Tipperary under 21 football team who were defeated by Cork on Wednesday night.
Congratulations to Tipperary Minors and in particular Ballybacon player Tom Kirwan who lined out at wing back for them
Tipperary will play Cork in the Munster Under 21 Football Final this Wednesday Night in Thurles at 7pm, this match looks set to be a cracker. Best of luck to our club members involved Billy Hewitt, Jonathan Ryan and Michael O’Sullivan
Tipperary will play Waterford in the Munster Minor Quarter final this Thursday at 7pm in Walsh Park, Waterford
We play Ballina in Ballina Sunday the 8th of April at 3pm, we will leave Goatenbridge at 1.30pm, please let us know if you can attend.
Well done to Ardfinnan under 21 footballers who have reached the County Under 21 ‘A’ Final. They will play the winners of Loughmore and Arravale Rovers. Best of luck in the final lads and hopefully ye can bring the cup home to the village.