TIPP SUPPORTERS CLUB NEWSLETTER 20 SEPTEMBER 2013

Dear Tipperary Supporter

Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final & Intermediate Hurling Championship Quarter-Final Draws

The Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final Draw took place on Monday evening and is as follows –

Semi-Final Fixtures

Sunday September 29th at Semple Stadium

Borris-Ileigh v Loughmore-Castleiney at 3:30pm

Nenagh Eire Og v Clonoulty-Rossmore or Kildangan at 5:00pm

Quarter-Final Replay Fixture

Clonoulty-Rossmore v Kildangan – Saturday September 21st at 4:00pm in Dolla

Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Intermediate Hurling Championship Quarter-Final Fixtures

Newport v Arravale Rovers – Saturday September 21st at 3:00pm in Pairc Ciocaim

Lattin Gaels v Ballinahinch – Saturday September 21st at 4:45pm in Pairc Ciocaim

Sean Treacys v Moyne-Templetuohy – Sundya September 22nd at 12:00pm in Drombane

Ballina v Clonakenny – Sunday September 22nd at 12pm in The Ragg

TIPPERARY CAMOGIE SENIOR & INTERMEDIATE CLUB SEMI- FINALS

This weekend sees our senior and intermediate club semi- finals take place. All matches are fixed for the camogie grounds in The Ragg with the seniors playing on Saturday 21/9/2013. The first match is county champions Burgess/Duharra against Toomevara, throw-in @ 1pm followed by Moneygall against Drom& Inch @3pm. These matches will be hard fought and we encourage all clubs to come and support the matches.

On Sunday 22/9/2013 the intermediate semi-finals take place. First match is Borrisoleigh vs Templemore throw-in @ 1pm followed by Eire Og Annacarty vs Shannon Rovers @ 3pm, these promise to be exciting matches. All support welcome.

Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary SHC Q-Final – Nenagh Eire Og 1-15 Drom & Inch 2-11 – Match Report

Éire Óg edge out holders

By Michael Dundon for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Éire Óg, Nenagh 1-15 Drom-Inch 2-11

Éire Óg, Nenagh sensationally defeated championship favourites Drom-Inch in a thrilling SHC quarter-final at Templemore on Saturday. Paddy Murphy’s third minute goal gave Nenagh a dream platform and, with Murphy and Johnny Brennan leading the way, Éire Óg led 1-8 to 0-6 at the interval and were six points clear at the three quarter stage.

Seamus Callanan inspired a Drom-Inch rally with a 48th minute goal and two points to leave them only one behind with 11 minutes to play. In an exciting finish, Mikey Heffernan and Paddy Murphy had points to calm Nenagh nerves and Richie Flannery put them four clear entering injury-time. With almost the last puck of the game, David Butler doubled overhead for a Drom goal, but time ran out on them.

ÉIRE ÓG, NENAGH: M McNamara; M Flannery, N Moloney, J Brennan; Daire Quinn, H Moloney, Billy Heffernan; Barry Heffernan, K Tucker (0-2); P Morris, M Heffernan (0-6), T Heffernan (0-2); B Quinn, P Murphy (1-3), R Flannery (0-2)
Subs: J Mackey for T Heffernan; K Gleeson for B Quinn; Donncha Quinn for Mackey, S Geaney for Morris;

DROM-INCH: D Young; K Butler, M Butler, M Costello; James Ryan, E Buckley, J Moloney; J Woodlock, L Ryan; E Walsh, D Collins (0-1), Johnny Ryan (0-3); S Butler (0-1), S Callanan (1-6), D Butler (1-0).
Subs: J Lupton for Walsh; P Collins for James Ryan; M Campion for M Butler; O Jordan for K Butler.

Referee: J McCormack

Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary SHC Q-Final – Loughmore-Castleiney 2-17 Killenaule 1-15 – Match Report

 

Late burst lifts Loughmore

By Michael Dundon for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Loughmore-Castleiney 2-17 Killenaule 1-15

Loughmore-Castleiney finished strongly to see off the challenge of 14-man Killenaule in their SHC quarter-final at Templemore. Killenaule dominated the early stages but an Evan Sweeney goal in the 26th minute brought Loughmore level. Killenaule were then rocked when they lost former county man Declan Fanning to a second yellow card in the 28th minute. The sides were level, 1-6 to 0-9 at the interval, but a Cian Hennessy goal in the 34th minute gave Loughmore the initiative. Killenaule fought back with underage star John ‘Bubbles’ O’Dwyer hitting four points. Pat Kerwick’s 47th-minute goal edged them 1-13 to 2-9 ahead, but then came the Loughmore fightback. They shot seven unanswered points in nine minutes to secure progress.

LOUGHMORE-CASTLEINEY: S Nolan; T Long, D Bourke, J Hennessy; T King, E Connolly, A McGrath; C McGrath (0-1), T McGrath (0-2); D Kennedy (0-1), L McGrath (0-1), J McGrath (0-5); N McGrath (0-4), E Sweeeney (1-1), J Ryan.
Subs: C Hennessy (1-2) for Ryan; W Eviston for Long.

KILLENAULE: G Kennedy; S Browne, P Codd, P O Connor; Joe O’Dwyer, D Fanning, K Bergin; N O’Dwyer, T Keaveney; J Caesar, John O Dwyer (0-12), K Prendergast; M Doyle (0-1), T Doyle, P Kerwick (1-1).
Subs: N Bergin for M Doyle; J Feehan for O Connor; C Bergin (0-1) for N O Dwyer; D Blake for Prendergast; D McCormack for Keaveney.

Referee: G Fitzpatrick (Roscrea)

Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary SHC Q-Final – Clonoulty-Rossmore 1-11 Kildangan 0-14 – Match Report

Hammersley saves Clonoulty

By Michael Dundon for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Clonoulty-Rossmore 1-11 Kildangan 0-14

A last minute pointed free by Timmy Hammersley earned 14 man Clonoulty-Rossmore a replay in yesterday’s Tipperary SHC quarter-final against Kildangan at The Ragg. Wind-aided Clonoulty were well on top, but erratic shooting cost them scores. John O’Neill had an 11th minute goal from a 20 metre free as they forged an interval lead of 1-6 to 0-4 but lost wingback James Heffernan to a red card on the stroke of half-time. Kildangan, helped by three Tadgh Gallagher points, drew level with 12 minutes to go. Hammersley restored Clonoulty’s lead but a brace of Ruairi Gleeson points had Kildangan ahead with time running out. As the game headed towards stoppage time, Clonoulty’s Fiachra O’Keeffe was fouled and Hammersley pointed his sixth free of the day to earn Clonoulty a second chance.

CLONOULTY-ROSSMORE: D O Dwyer; Joey O Keeffe, J Devane, K Horan; J Heffernan, J O Keeffe, P Heffernan; P White, C Hammersley(0-2); S Maher, T Butler, A White; T Hammersley(0-6), J O Neill(1-1), F O Keeffe(0-2)
Sub: S O’Connor for A White.

KILDANGAN: D Egan(0-1); D Sweeney, M Minehan, F Hayes; H Flannery(0-1), G Slattery, J Loughnane(0-1); B Kelly, T Connors; R Gleeson(0-3), J Gallagher, E Kelly(0-1); W Connors(0-3), D Hackett(0-1), T Gallagher(0-3)
Subs: E Gleeson for T Connors; P Kelly for B Kelly.

Referee: K Delahunty

Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary SHC Q-Final – Borris-Ileigh 2-16 Éire Óg Annacarty 1-11 – Match Report

Maher turns it on for Borris-Ileigh

By Michael Dundon for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Borris-Ileigh 2-16 Éire Óg Annacarty 1-11

County man Brendan Maher was the star turn as Borris-Ileigh booked their place in the Tipperary SHC semi-finals with yesterday’s win over Éire Óg, Annacarty, at The Ragg. Maher scored 12 points and looked a class apart as Borris grabbed two first-half goals against the strong wind to trail by 2-3 to 0-10 at the interval. Conor Kenny and Keith Ryan were the marksmen. With Maher deadly accurate, Borris ran into an eight points lead by the three quarter stage (2-12 to 0-10) but a Conor O’Brien goal in the 47th minute, followed immediately by a Paudie O’Dwyer point raised Éire Óg hopes. However, Maher added four further points in the closing minutes for a comfortable win for Borris.

BORRIS-ILEIGH: J Bourke; M Treacy, P Maher, S Maher; D Maher, P Stapleton, S Bourke; B Maher(0-12), V Stapleton(0-1); D O Connor, D McCormack (0-3), K Ryan(1-0); K Maher, C Kenny(1-0), M Bourke.
Subs: T Fahey for D Maher; B Harkin for O Connor; M Stapleton for K Maher.

ÉIRE ÓG , ANNACARTY: D Mooney; M O Dwyer, R Ryan, P McGrath; K Fox, B Fox (0-1), D Ryan; T Fox(0-1), D Hogan; P O Dwyer(0-5), C O Brien(1-1), D O Dwyer(0-1); S Ryan(0-1), E Kennedy, R O Brien(0-1)
Subs: D O’Brien for M O’Dwyer; J Furlong for D O’Brien; E Bradshaw for S Ryan.

Referee: J Ryan, Boherlahan-Dualla

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