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News Update 23/6/14

posted 25 Jun 2014, 12:58 by Moneygall GAA
Senior: We are scheduled to play Burgess in the quarter final of the north championship this Sunday.  This game will be played in Toomevara with a 2.30pm throw-in time.

Junior: Our junior team suffered a heavy defeat to Kilruane MacDonaghs in the first round of the north championship on Saturday night last.  Our next group match will be against Knockshegowna.  Training continues on Tuesday and Friday nights for all adult players.

Minor: Clonakenny/Moneygall are due to begin their mid minor hurling championship campaign this Thursday evening when we will play Thurles Gaels in Kickham Park.  Gortnahoe Glengoole and JK Brackens are also in our group.

Under 16: We played St John’s Belfast in a challenge match in Moneygall on Sunday morning last in preparation for the upcoming north championship.  We are due to play Burgess in the first round on Monday 30th June.

Under 14: Moneygall/Templederry beat Lorrha by 6-8 to 3-3 last Monday week in St Flannan’s Park.  We have two wins from our first four games and will play Burgess this Wednesday evening in Kilcolman in Round 5.  Our remaining group matches will then be played throughout July against Newport Gaels, Ballina, Kilruane and Borrisokane.

Under 12: Well done to our U12 hurlers who had an exciting 4-3 to 2-8 win over Shannon Rovers Gaels last Friday in St Flannan’s Park.  After playing five matches we have now recorded three wins.  We have a bye in this week’s round of games and will then play Ballina the following week in our last match of the group stages.

Under 10: Our U10s took part in a blitz in St Flannan’s Park on Saturday morning last against Toomevara and two teams from Nenagh.  Moneygall put in three excellent performances, winning all three matches.  Well done to all involved.  This Wednesday evening we travel to Shannon Rovers for the next running of the Little Stars training programme.

Under 8 & Under 6: Training continues on Wednesday evening at 6.30pm for our U8 hurlers and the Nursery Group.

National Schools: Well done to the Moneygall N.S. Under 11 hurling team who shared the county title with Lisronagh N.S. following an exciting 3-8 to 1-14 draw in Semple Stadium last Wednesday.

Tipperary Draw: Congratulations to Pat Murray, Gurteen, who was the winner of €200 in the Tipperary GAA Weekly Lotto Draw last Friday.  This was the first of the 30 weekly lotto draws of the 2014/2015 draw year.