Dear Tipperary Supporter
ELECTRIC IRELAND MUNSTER MINOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
FROM TIPPERARY GAA SCENE BY COUNTY PRO GER RYAN
Tipperary will play Limerick in the Electric Ireland Munster minor hurling championship semi-final this Wednesday June 26 at Semple Stadium, Thurles with a 7.30pm throw in. The other semi-final between Cork and Waterford will be played in Pairc Ui Rinn on the same night. We wish the players and management team all the best for what will be a challenging encounter. To see the Tipperary team go to www.tippsupportersclub.com .
ALL IRELAND SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
Tipperary will play the losers of next weekend’s Leinster senior hurling semi-final replay in the Phase 2 qualifier game on Saturday July 6. The game will be played at a Kilkenny or Dublin venue. Full details will be available after the Leinster semi-final replay result is known.
TIPPERARY V GALWAY ALL IRELAND SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Good luck to the Tipperary senior footballers and management for their All Ireland senior football championship game against Galway on Saturday evening next, June 29 at Pearse Stadium, Salthill.
CLEAN IRELAND RECYCLING IS NEW SPONSOR FOR COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Tipperary County Board is delighted to welcome Clean Ireland Recycling (www.cleanireland.ie) as title sponsors of the Tipperary GAA senior, intermediate, junior, U-21 and minor football and hurling championships for 2013. The new sponsorship took effect from last weekend’s games and will see the multi-award winning company sponsor adult championships in both codes through to the end of this year’s championship, with an option to extend for successive years.
Announcing the sponsorship, Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Sales Manager Bill Ryan, from Thurles, said: “We are delighted to have agreed this partnership with Tipperary GAA. We operate what has been voted by the industry as Ireland’s leading kerbside collection and in recent months have expanded that service to all of Tipperary so we see this sponsorship as a really good fit for us and Tipperary GAA.
“The Tipperary club championships obviously reach into every corner of the county and have such fantastic history. They remain amongst the most competitive and most followed championships in the country and we are proud to be associated with them.”
Welcoming Clean Ireland Recycling on board as sponsors, Tipperary GAA Chairman Sean Nugent said: “This is a timely boost for our championships as they are just underway and to have a keen sponsor come on board at this stage again shows the reach and popularity of our club games. We are delighted also that Clean Ireland Recycling are our new partners as in Tipperary we are always focussed on excellence and that’s something that we share with our new sponsor. As an award winning company, they set out to provide the most efficient and comprehensive waste management service, which at the end of the day protects the environment. We’re very much about building for the future in Tipperary football and hurling and Clean Ireland Recycling very much have their eye on the future through their environmentally friendly operations so we are well matched.”
Clean Ireland Recycling is a multi-award winning firm and is also one of the largest family owned waste management companies in Ireland. Founded in 1990, the company operates primarily in the Mid-West, in counties Tipperary, Limerick and Clare and operates on the ‘recycle more pay less’ principle, enabling customers to reduce their bills by offering them greater recycling options than other providers.
In 2011 Clean Ireland Recycling took over the South Tipperary local authority’s waste service and has since gone on to expand its operations across the entire county by taking over services in both the Thurles and Nenagh areas. It now provides a waste management service from Clonmel right up to Roscrea and even into Birr, Co. Offaly.
Last year Clean Ireland Recycling, which in the late 1980s became the first company in Ireland and among the first in Europe to introduce the ‘wheelie-bin’ to households, won the “Kerbside Collection Service of the Year” at the prestigious Repak national recycling awards. It followed up that win earlier this year when it won a National Cré Award for its ‘Brown Bin’ collection service.
It has invested heavily over the past five years or more to encourage more recycling, including over €1.5m on rolling out their multi-bin-service to householders within the region. They provide separate bins for recyclables, food waste, glass and general waste. This includes the largest and only 360ltr recycling bin of its kind in the country, which facilitates increased recycling.
The company has also invested a further €700,000 in specially commissioned, multi-compartment collection trucks – the only ones of their kind in Europe – to keep waste separated post collection. Last year also Clean Ireland Recycling completed a €750,000 investment in a state-of-the-art treatment facility for non-recyclable waste, which is processed at the facility before being baled and shipped to Scandinavia where it is used by energy companies as a fuel for district heating systems and for the generation of electricity to be exported to the national grid.
The net result of this overall investment is that Clean Ireland Recycling is on track to become the first waste management company in Ireland to divert all its waste away from landfill.
CLEAN IRELAND RECYCLING SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
The round 2 winners at the weekend were Borris-Ileigh, Moycarkey-Borris, Toomevara, Templederry Kenyons and Roscrea. On Friday night June 28 at 7.30pm, Nenagh Eire Og will play Mullinahone in Boherlahan and Burgess will play Cappawhite in Newport. On Sunday June 30 at 3pm Upperchurch Drombane will play Holycross Ballycahill at the Ragg. All round 2 winners qualify for Roinn 1 of next year’s county senior hurling championship. The 8 Round 2 winners will go into the draw for Round 3 – it will be an open draw with repeat pairings from divisional championships avoided where possible.
SEAMUS O RIAIN CUP
Thurles Sarsfields, Lorrha and Dorrha and Borrisokane were victorious in the Seamus O Riain Cup quarter finals played at the weekend. The final quarter final between Carrick Davins and Cashel King Cormacs will be played at Fethard on Friday June 28 at 7.30pm. The losers of this game and the 3 losers at the weekend – Boherlahan- Dualla, Moneygall and Golden Kilfeacle will play in the relegation semi-finals.
TIPPERARY CLUBS DRAW
The Tipperary Clubs Draw for June was held in Andy’s Bar in Nenagh last Friday night. The winner of the Skoda Octavia or €15,000 was Willie Walsh of Killaloe who was sold his ticket by the Burgess Club. The Skoda Fabia or €10,000 was won by Seamus O’Connell of Grangemockler who was sold his ticket by the local club. Congratulations to all the winners and remember for €10 per month you can still join for the rest of the 2013 /14 draw.
UNDER 15 AND 16 INTER COUNTY FOOTBALL BLITZES
Tipperary Coaching and Games have organised blitzes for the under 15 and 16 Tipperary Football Development Squads on Saturday June 29 in Cahir, commencing at 12 noon. Over 200 of the upcoming players from Kildare, Galway, Offaly, Sligo, Wexford and Tipperary will display their skills at the main GAA pitch in Cahir town, as well as, the Cahir GAA pitch at Dúneske and the two Coláiste Dún Iascaigh pitches. Admission is free and all are welcome.
KILMACUD CROKES 7’s HISTORY
Tom Barry, the editor of the Kilmacud Crokes All-Ireland Hurling 7’s programme 2013 is looking at writing a short article on the history of the Hurling 7’s game. So far he has been able to trace 7’s tournaments going back to 1918. He is looking for details of 7’s tournaments held around the country including such basic information as dates tournaments first held, where and by which unit of the organisation, winners etc. Additional or noteworthy information would of course also be welcomed. If you have any relevant information, please contact Tom Barry at email@example.com or on 01 6786003.
To read this week’s Westside column go to www.tippsupportersclub.com .
TIPPERARY GAA SCENE
To read the full Tipperary GAA Scene by County PRO Ger Ryan go to www.tipperary.gaa.ie .
TIPPERARY SUPPORTERS CLUB MEMBERSHIP 2013
Adult Membership in 2013 will cost €30 (unchanged since 2005). Each Adult Membership Card will be accompanied by a Tipperary Car/Window Sticker and a gift of a specially produced soft feel Winter Hat in the traditional Blue and Gold colours of Tipperary and featuring the Tipperary Supporters Club official logo. To see an image of this lovely gift go to http://www.tippsupportersclub.com. Adult Members will be entered in Ticket Draws for five pairs of stand tickets before each of Tipperary’s Munster and All-Ireland championship games. They will also be entered in a Draw for an All-Ireland Hurling Weekend stay at the Four Star Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Dublin (match tickets included). Also members can access a discount scheme and will receive regular updates by email on team news, match reports and events. In addition members providing phone numbers will receive text alerts with Tipperary SH League and Champio nship team selections.
The Committee is actively seeking more people interested in helping the Tipperary hurling effort. The plan is to extend the adult membership base further and anybody who would like to take some Supporters Club memberships to join up their friends is welcome to contact Supporters Club PRO, John Coman on 087-9087105 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Supporters can join on line on www.tippsupportersclub.com by credit card or debit card or with usual local sellers. Membership is available from anywhere in the world and the membership pack will be posted to whereever you are. On the website details are also available of the direct debit facility; as the Club is run on a completely voluntary basis it would be a great help of members could join by direct debit. If joining by post please send a cheque or postal order payable to Tipperary Supporters Club to Jim Reidy, 13 Cas tleknock Close, Castleknock, Dublin 15(086-3580718, email: email@example.com ).
Junior Membership is still free and Junior Members do not have to rejoin as their membership is carried forward from year to year.
Ryan Motor Power, the official SKODA dealership in Tipperary is again the sponsor of the Tipperary Supporters Club Membership Scheme. Ryan Motor Power’s impressive showroom and forecourt facility in Powerstown, Clonmel showcases the full Skoda model range. Operating in Clonmel since 2000 the family-run business has developed an excellent reputation for value, quality and loyalty. Visit the Ryan Motor Power website at http://www.ryanmotorpower.com/contentv3/ or call 052 6180323. Commenting, Ronan Power, Director of Ryan Motor Power said, “We are delighted to continue our sponsorship of the Tipperary Supporters Club Membership Scheme and to represent Skoda here in Tipperary, particularly given the relationship built up between Skoda and Tipperary GAA fans. The Skoda range offers excellent value for money with fuel efficient engines and low road tax available across the range.” The Tipperary Supporters Club thanks R yan Motor Power for its generous sponsorship; please support our sponsors.
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Ar aghaidh le Tiobraid Árann.
Public Relations Officer
Tipperary Supporters Club
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