Allianz Hurling and Football Leagues
The Tipperary Senior Hurlers got their Allianz Hurling League off to a winning start in Parnell Park, Dublin last Saturday afternoon when they secured a good 2-27 to 0-22 point win over the home side. Next up for our Senior Hurlers is a home tie against Galway this coming Sunday afternoon at 3.45pm in FBD Semple Stadium. As per normal, tickets for this game can be purchased from the ticket section of the GAA website as well as in Centra and Supervalu stores across the country. Please be reminded that tickets will not be on sale at the venue and cash will not be accepted at the stiles. So please purchase your tickets before arriving at FBD Semple Stadium to avoid any unnecessary delays.
here have been 74 previous meetings. Tipperary are ahead with 47 wins to Galway’s 21,and there were 6 draws.
The last six games resulted as follows. –
2014 at Pearse Stadium,
Galway 3.16 Tipperary 1.19
2015 at FBD Semple Stadium,
Tipperary 2.18 Galway 0.20
2016 at Pearse Stadium,
Tipperary 1.22 Galway 2.19
2017 at TUS, Gaelic Grounds,
Galway 3.21 Tipperary 0.14 (Final)
2020 at Pearse Stadium,
Galway 3.21 Tipperary 3.13
2021 at FBD Semple Stadium,
Tipperary 2.19 Galway 0.20
The Tipperary Senior Footballers were also in action last weekend, they travelled to Longford to play the home side in Round 2 of the Allianz Football League. Having suffered a disappointing loss to Carlow the previous week, both players and management were anxious to get back to winning ways and that they did thanks to a well deserved 0-16 to 0-14 win. They now have a weekend off ahead of a trip across the water to play London on Sunday February 18th.
February Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw
The February Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw will be held this Friday in The Clough Inn Cloughjordan when January car winner and local man Thomas (Bomber) Killackey will be presented with his star prize.
The star prize in the February draw is a Toyota Yaris and the lotto jackpot is €5,000.
Munster Minor Hurling Trophy
At a meeting of Munster GAA held last week, a proposal from Munster Council delegate Joe Kennedy on behalf of Tipperary GAA to have the Munster Minor Hurling Cup named the John Doyle Cup was passed. A new cup will now be presented to Munster GAA by the Doyle family in honour of their late father, ahead of the commencement of this years competition.
Lá na gClub 2024
Croke Park have announced that Lá na gClub 2024 will take place on Easter Monday, April 1st. Lá na gClub was first introduced in 2009 to mark the GAA’s 125th anniversary. As 2024 is a year of remarkable milestones across the family of Gaelic Games, it’s the perfect time to revive the event.
- GAA’s 140thanniversary
- Camogie’s 120thanniversary
- Handball’s 100th anniversary
- LGFA’s 50thanniversary
Every club throughout the Gaelic Games community at home and abroad is encouraged to host their own event to coincide with Lá na gClub or if suitable, across that weekend, and create an international festival of Gaelic Games colour and activity. There are endless ways to showcase your club and invite the local community in. The most important thing about Lá na gClub is that it’s inclusive and enjoyable for all.
Uachtarán CLG, Larry McCarthy, said: “Lá na gClub is an opportunity for our clubs to get out and do what they do best – showcase the fantastic work they do promoting Games and offering lifelong participation and sense of belonging to the communities they represent.”
The emphasis will be on participation, and welcoming new people to experience our clubs. In a year with so many milestones throughout Gaelic Games it is an opportunity for clubs to celebrate their existence in their local communities, so we encourage all our clubs and their local communities to Join Us and Join In. No two clubs are the same so no two clubs will mark Lá na gClub the same either. What matters is that we have an opportunity to show our collective pride and strength in the Association we are and the work that we do promoting games and supporting communities.
A hub for Lá na gClub can be found on gaa.ie/clubday and will be updated regularly to assist you in promoting your event. This will be supported by a national campaign that will encourage the public to seek out their local events and to Join Us and Join In. All clubs are asked to use #ClubDay #lanagclub and #GAABelong on social media.
Finally, clubs are encouraged to register their participation on gaa.ie/clubday to be in with a chance to win a special promotional package for their club.
The Munster Cumann na mBunscoil Munster Finals were hosted by Nenagh & Youghalarra Clubs . A Great days handball with some exciting Games . A Big Thanks to Both Clubs & Referees Martin Spain, Eamon Spillane, David Kyne & Paddy Collins & the two Mary’s for providing refreshments which was very much appreciated. Clare came out on top winning 5 Titles, Tipperary 2 & Cork 1.
Well done to all the players who represented their schools in both the County & Munster finals. Best of luck to all going forward to the National event in Croke Park on February 18th. All Results of games up on Tipperary Handball website.
Girls: U11 Round Robin: Winner Saoirse Frost Kilkishen N.S. (Clare) Runner Up Mia Buckley Ballydesmond (Cork ) 3rd Ella Slattery Ballina N.S.
Girls U11D Emily Monaghan & Lucia Neary Bt Kelsey White & Aishling O Toole Liscarroll (Cork in the Semi Final but were beaten in the Final by Sophia Moroney/Ella Kirby Clonmoney (Clare)
Girls U13 S Molly Joyce Ballina N.S. Bt Ruth Daly Liscarroll N.S.In the Semi Final And Beat Anna Madden from Scarriff (Clare) in the Final.
Girls U13D Lucy Ann Cleary & Aishling Ryan Gaelscoil Nenagh Bt Erin Vaughan & Maeve Hartin Boherbuí (Cork) in the Semi Final & Beat Clodagh Buckley & Megan Lynch Galbally N.S. (Limerick) in the final.
In the Boys U11S Daniel Sherlock Ballinaclough N.S. was beaten in Semi Final by Cillian Healy Ballydesmond (Cork) . Jack Mc.Mahon/(Scoil na Mainistreach (Clare) Bt Cillian Healy (Ballydesmond) (Cork) in the Final
BU11D Cathal Carmody/Jim Culinane (Carrig ) Bt Aodán Gaine/Jake Kelly (Ballydesmond in the Semi Final but were beaten in the final by Cian Donovan/John Mc Donnacha Kilkishen (Clare)
Boys U13S Ben Platt Lissenhall was beaten in Semi Final by Tommy Walsh Gaelscoil Mallow in the Semi Final. In the Final Daniel Madden Scarriff (Clare) dft Tommy Walsh.
Boys U13 Doubles Tadhg Malone/Jim O Mahony (Newport) were beaten by Cian O Connor/Cathal Hegarty Boherbue (Cork) in the semi final . Cork went on to defeat Cillian Howard/Brian Philbin (Tuamgraney) in the final.
In the County Juvenile 40×20 deferred County Finals Daniel Sherlock & Michael Hynes Silvermines Bt Tom Tobin Harry O Dwyer Carrick on Suir 20-19. In the U14 Doubles Alex O Dwyer & Billy Murphy Carrick on Suir Bt Shane Harrington & Ronan O Mahony Newport,
Club Officer Training
A Regional Workshop entitled “Creating an Effective Club Executive” for Club Officers will take place on Friday, February 16th at 7.00pm in Mallow GAA Complex, St. Joesph’s Road, Carrigoon, Mallow.
Each club is asked to send 3 members of their executive to this event.
Register using this link: https://learning.gaa.ie/node/284041, this link has been circulated to all clubs via email from the Planning and Training Officer.
Tipperary GAA Digital Calendar
The GAA digital calendar pre-populates supporters’ diaries with all of their county’s fixtures for the season ahead. The platform we’re using is Ecal, which is also used by Premier League, World Rugby, AFL, Celtic, Barcelona and more.
Tipperary’s League fixtures are live on the calendar and Championship, U20 & Minor fixtures will also be added as fixtures are confirmed. We want to encourage as many supporters as possible to sync their county’s calendar because it keeps them informed on fixture dates and more importantly, any fixture changes/postponements, delayed throw-ins or traffic issues on match day. We would appreciate your help in encouraging supporters to join and you can let me know if any queries on it.
The Tipperary GAA digital calendar is available at https://ql.e-c.al/3jt4aTT.
Second Level Schools Action
Congratulations to Nenagh CBS who captured the Harty cup in dramatic fashion last Saturday afternoon, when they defeated Ardscoil Ris with a last minute goal. The scenes of absolute jubilation at the final whistle were an unbelievable sight as players mentors and supporters celebrated what was a fantastic win for the school and one they will no doubt celebrate for the next few days.
Unfortunately, Clonmel High School suffered defeat to Blackwater Community School, Lismore in the Corn Thomáis Mhic Choilm final which also took place on Saturday afternoon.
Friends of Tipperary Football
The Friends of Tipperary Football will hold their AGM this Wednesday night, February 7th @ 8pm in the Muintir nd Tire Hall in Littleton. The friends are asking as many people as possible who are interested in getting involved to please come along.
Tipperary Supporters Club AGM
The Tipperary Supporters Club Annual General Meeting will be on Sunday 11th February in the Dome at FBD Semple Stadium at 6pm following the Allianz Hurling League Game V Galway which throws in at 3.45 pm that day.
Tipperary Supporters Club Night at the Dogs 2024
Tipperary Supporters Club Night at the Dogs will take place in Thurles Greyhound Stadium on Saturday 24th February 2024. All proceeds from the night will go towards Supporting the Tipperary Senior Hurling Team in 2024. We are encouraging all Tipperary supporters to go along for a great night’s entertainment and meet the Team. Tickets for the event are now on sale at a cost of €20 for Adults while children go free. Your entry fee also includes a Race Card, Music, Children Face Painting and Players Autograph Signing. There will also be a raffle for the following items:
- Cash Prizes
- Tickets for All-Ireland Hurling Final, All-Ireland Football Final and Munster Hurling Final
- Signed Jerseys
- Hotel Break
- and many more prizes
- 11 Races – Sponsorship @ €500 per race – 1st race at 7pm
- Plus Novelty Race
- Race Card Adverts – (€100 Full page)
Sponsors will be acknowledged in all event promotions as well as on race card for the evening
Purchase tickets and sponsorship Contact : Billy Coman, email@example.com
Tipperary GAA Scene
If there is anything you feel should feature in this column going forward, please feel free to forward it to firstname.lastname@example.orgBy Jonathan Cullen Wed 7th Feb