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SEAMUS O RIAIN CUP FINAL
CLEAN IRELAND RECYCLING COUNTY SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
Seven of the eight teams in round 4 of the Clean Ireland Recycling senior hurling championship are now known following the West and Mid finals last weekend and the Borris-Ileigh victory over Burgess. Congratulations to Eire Og Annacarty and Drom and Inch on their wins in the West and Mid finals respectively. In the final round 3 game, Templederry Kenyons will play Toomevara in MacDonagh Park Nenagh on Saturday evening next, August 17 at 7pm with extra time to be played in the event of a draw. The winners will join Carrick Swan, Silvermines, Clonoulty Rossmore, Loughmore Castleiney (all divisional final losers), Nenagh Eire Og, Roscrea and Borris-Ileigh in Round 4, the draw for which will be made next weekend.
CLEAN IRELAND RECYCLING COUNTY SENIOR HURLING RELEGATION
The Clean Ireland Recycling senior hurling relegation final will be played at New Inn on Sunday evening next August 18 at 6.30 pm in New Inn. There will be no extra time in the event of a draw. The losing team will be relegated to Intermediate grade for next year.
HURLING NIGHT WITH THE STARS
On Friday, August 23, at the Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh, a ‘Hurling night with the stars’ will take place at 8pm.
DJ Carey (Kilkenny), Anthony Daly (Clare & current Dublin manager), Nicky English (Tipperary), John Mullane (Waterford) and Conor Hayes (Galway) will take part in a Q & A session with members of the public, faciliated by Tipperary man Damian Lawlor from the Sunday Independent.
It’s been a remarkable hurling summer by any stretch of the imagination and the expert views of our special guests will be worth listening to as we look ahead to the conclusion of the All-Ireland hurling championship.
Entry to the event is €10, payable at the door, and at half-time, a raffle will take place for some great prizes.
This fundraising event is raising money for the ‘Fix Crumlin’ campaign at the Children’s Medical and Research Foundation at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.
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LÁ GAEILGE CLG I GCOLÁISTE NA RINNE
Lá Gaeilge CLG sa Rinn will take place on August 21st at Colaiste na Rinne, An Rinn, Co. Port Lairge.
Lá Gaeilge CLG i gColáiste na Rinne
Is áil le Coiste Cultúrtha na Mumhan CLG a fhógairt go mbeidh Lá Gaeilge CLG á reachtáil i gColáiste na Rinne, An Rinn, Co. Phort Láirge ar an gCéadaoin 21 Lúnasa. Seo an dara bliain don teacht le chéile seo i nGaeltacht na nDéise agus tá clár suimiúil curtha le chéile don ócáid.
Tugann an teacht le chéile seo deis do dhaoine blaiseadh den Ghaeilge agus den Ghaeltacht a fháil i slí atá taitneamhach agus spéisiúil. Tá sé mar aidhm ag an CLG an Ghaeilge agus ár gcultúr a chur chun cinn i measc na mball agus is ag tógaint ar an mbunús sin a eagraítear an lá seo.
Cuirfear tús le himeachtaí an lae le cur i láthair ó Choiste na Gaeilge de chuid CLG ag díriú ar an obair atá idir lámha acu. Ina dhiaidh sin, tabharfaidh Dónal Ó Gráda caint ar a fhís don iománaíocht, ag tarraingt ar an taithí atá aige mar imreoir, mar bhainisteoir agus mar anailísí thar na blianta. Beidh Eoin Breathnach i gceannas ar shaotharlann a dhíreoidh ar thodhchaí an chlub agus tar éis lón, cuirfidh Cathaoirleach Chomhairle na Mumhan, Roibeárd an tSeaca fáilte go hoifigiúil roimh gach éinne.
Labhróidh iar-Uachtarán ar Chúige Uladh, Aogán Ó Fearghaíl sa tráthnóna agus críochnóidh an lá le cuairt go dtí an stiúdió teilifíse atá ag Nemeton, comhlacht a chuireann cluichí ar fáil beo do TG4 i rith na bliana. Tá an cúrsa seo á eagrú taobh le Daonscoil na Mumhan.
GAA Lá Gaeilge in Coláiste na Rinne
Coiste Cultúrtha na Mumhan is pleased to announce that it will be organising an Irish language day in Coláiste na Rinne, An Rinn, Co Waterford on Wednesday, 21 August. This is the second year of the event which is hoped to attract people with an interest in GAA and an Ghaeilge in particular from the provinces of Munster and Leinster.
The aim of the course is to promote our language and culture among members of the Association.
The day will include talks, workshops and discussions of topical matters in the GAA world. There will be numerous guest speakers on the day, all having strong GAA connections, including former Cork All Ireland winning player and manager Dónal O’Grady and Aogán Ó Fearghaíl, former Ulster GAA President. There will be a specific workshop focusing on the future of the club with the association, as well as a visit to the local tv studios of Nemeton TV, who are behind the live GAA action on TG4.
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Míchéal Ó Drisleáin
NEW YORK SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
By EUGENE KYNE, IrishCentral Staff Writer
Published Monday, August 12, 2013, 8:34 AM
GAA players giving it their all at the Gaelic Park, in the Bronx, New York
Photo by Google Image
In an excellent hurling semifinal Long Island did just enough to qualify for the final next week where they will take on Galway. Two points behind at the break they came out on top after a brilliant second half where both sides had brilliant goals as they went toe to toe. The sides opened at 2 apiece and it was level pegging for the next fifteen minutes before Tipperary broke ahead with three frees from Buggy O’Meara to put two between the sides at the short whistle, 0-09 to 0-07. The goals started to flow in the second half and the lead changed hands on a number of occasions.
aul Loughnane had a brilliant score when he doubled on a dropping pass from O’Meara while Shane Minton had 1-01 to open a slight lead for the winners. Back to back goals for Tipperary with less than seven minutes left changed the environment but Long Island reacted in the best way possible. Dean Higgins rattled the net with a pile driver to again put the side in front and a point from Alan Stenson extended the margin. The final whistle arrived just in time with both sides battling to the end.
Long Island Gaels 1 Ray Murray 2 Aiden Cash 4 Paul Murphy (0-01) 5 Stephen O’Keane 6 Conor Lynam 7 Mike Elwood 8 Enda Barrett (0-02) 9 Jake McMahon 10 Shane Minton (1-03)11 Ray McLoughney (0-04)12 Tadgh Slevin 13 Alan Stenson (1-02) 15 Brian Deane Subs Danny Masterson Dean Higgins (1-07)
Tipperary 1 Craig Harford 2 Donagh Maher (1-01) 4 Micheal Cahill 5 Colm Forde 6 Padraig Maher 7 Francis Kennedy 8 Neidin O’Riordan (0-02) 9 Liam Maher 10 Davie Loughnane (0-01) 11 Paul Loughnane (1-01) 12 John Sheedy (1-01) 13 Brian O’Meara (0-07) 15 Shane Burke (1-02)
Man of the Match Dean Higgins (Long Island Gaels)
Read more: http://myt.r.mailjet.com/redirect/xj15h2oyvrr4fo1o34o6d9/www.irishcentral.com/sport/NY-GAA-report-Close-call-for-Islanders-against-Tipperary-219245161.html#ixzz2c89zz4hB
TIPPERARY SUPPORTERS CLUB JUNIOR MEMBERS
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