Kilruane Camogie News
Training continues on Friday nights and Sunday mornings. The next Junior B match is fixed for this Sunday 16th March v Toomevara in Cloughjordan. Panel will be notified by text.
The U12’s continue training on Tuesday nights in Cloughjordan at 6.30pm.
Well done to Katie O’Meara and Anna Mulcahy who played in the North Tipperary B Handball finals in Nenagh on Sunday last against Youghalarra in the U12 doubles. The girls played really well and won the first game but lost out narrowly on a scoreline of 17-15.
Training continues on Tuesday nights at the ball-wall in Cloughjordan from 6.30-7.30pm and on Sunday mornings in Ardcroney from 11.30-12.30pm in preparation for the championship matches starting next month.
Training continues for the U16 girls on Saturday mornings in Ardcroney from 11am-12 noon.
All players, team management and club officers are reminded that membership is now due. Rates for 2014 are: Juvenile (age 6-18yrs) €30, Adult players (over 18’s) €45, Family €100 and Non-player €20. Membership forms available at training or from registrar Noel Coonan. Each paid up member will receive a Membership Card for 2014 – this card can be used to obtain a discount in the following:- Sportsman’s Dream – 10%, Anne Marie’s Boutique – 10% (valid to 31-07-14), Fox’s Pharmacy, Cloughjordan – 10%, Keith Deane – 10% on Car Valet and special rates for Car Wash, Tadhg Flaherty Motor Factors – 10%.
The Presentation of medals for the Junior A County Camogie Winners and the North Tipperary U21A Hurling Champions took place on Saturday last 8th March in The Thatch, Ballycommon with a capacity crowd in attendance. Gilbert Williams was M.C. for the night and got the night’s proceedings underway starting with the presentation of the county medals to the Junior A camogie team. Current Tipperary Senior hurler, Paddy Stapleton spoke about the importance of rural clubs in the community and the buzz a winning team brings to a parish and congratulated the girls on their great victory. He presented the medals to each of the players and a framed photograph of the team on County Final day was presented to the manager Pat Shanahan, selectors and back-room team of Martin Tooher, Freddie Williams, Martin Walsh, Frances Cleary, John Cahill, Paul and Mel Callan. The winner of the Player of the Year Award was Claire Kennedy. Next was the presentation of the hurling medals – Eddie Brennan, former Kilkenny senior hurler, also congratulated all the winners on the night and hoped that the club would build on these wins for the future. He proceeded to present the medals to the U21 players. After the presentations were completed, Joe Cahill, Chairman of the Camogie Club wished all the players, both camogie and hurling continued success for the future. This night was also a first for the camogie club and hurling club to have a joint medal presentation night and going by the huge crowd in attendance it was a success. The Chairman of the Hurling Club, George O’Leary congratulated all the players and brought the speeches to a close before the music started and everyone danced the night away.
Thanks to the management and staff of The Thatch for providing a beautiful meal on the night.
L-R: Shauna Tooher, Katie Quinlisk, Noreen Maher, Aine Kennedy, Niamh Gibson, Clodagh Hodgins, Katie Kennedy, Joyce Tooher, Mary Walsh, Jennifer Hodgins, Lynsey Dunne, Carmel O’Brien, Marie Ryan, Fiona Ryan, Georgie Finn, Pat Shanahan.
L-R: Eimear Starr, Niamh Costello, Claire Kennedy, Helen Hogan, Shauna Heffernan, Lisa Cahill, Orla Williams (Capt), Ciara Grace, Maria Hogan, Roisin Cahill, Emma Cleary.
Sympathy is extended to the Dooley family on the death of Martin Dooley, Milford, Borrisokane.