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In the second of the County League, we drew with Mullinahone in MacDonagh Park. We put 1-17 on the scoreboard in reply to 0-20 from the visitors. Two minutes into the second half, we edged two points ahead  with the breeze at our backs. It looked like we would drive on from here. However, the concession of two frees gave Mullinahone a chance to draw level and it appeared to galvanise them. In injury time, we trailed by three points and it seemed a game we were destined to lose. To the players’ credit, they kept their composure and points from Cian Darcy (free), Kieran Cahill and Niall O’Meara levelled the game. The next round is at home to Borris-Ileigh on the weekend of 14th April.

Team: Kevin Naughnane, Ciaran Coffey, James Cleary (0-1), David O’Sullivan, Cian Moyles, Niall O’Meara (0-3), Eamonn Coonan, Kieran Cahill (0-3), Conor Austin (0-1), Cathal England, Páidí Williams, Willie Cleary (1-7, 0-6 frees), Conor Cleary (0-1), Kian O’Kelly, Cian Darcy (0-1 free). Subs: Aaron Morgan, Eoin Hogan, Brian O’Meara, Paddy Ryan, Eanna Hogan.



In the second round of Division 5, we lost 3-17 to 2-15 against Gortnahoe Glengoole in MacDonagh Park. We had a dream start with a Kevin Shinners goal in the opening minute, but Gortnahoe with the aid of the breeze, led 2-10 to 1-5 at the interval. MacDonaghs battled gamely in the second half but couldn’t reel in the Mid men. Kevin Shinners sustained an injury in the final minutes and was forced to leave the field. As a precaution he was taken to hospital. The good news is that Kevin was released that night and is on the mend.

Team: Conor Doheny (0-2 frees), Sean Hayes, Eoin England, David Mooney, Eanna Hogan, Keith Broderrick, Danny Cahalan, Sean Quinlan, Brian O’Meara, Eoin Carroll (0-9, 0-8 frees(, Robert Austin, Paul Dwyer (0-1), Kevin Oakley, Kevin Shinners (1-1), Oisín O’Meara (1-2, 1-1 frees). Subs: Paddy Ryan, Cian Hayes, Simon Austin, Tom Austin, Matthew Moyles, Jonathan Cahill.

The next game is away to Mullinahone on the weekend of 14th April.


Peadar Cummins Tournament

Tadhg Teefey, Senan O’Leary, Shane O’Meara, Lukah Williams, Jack O’Meara, Mark Cleary and Tarala Doris were members of the North Tipperary U14 squad that overcame Mid Tipperary in the semi-final  and lost 1-6 to 2-2 against West Tipperary in the final. Billy O’Shea was part of the management team.


Easter Camp

For the second year in succession, we held a very successful Easter Camp in MacDonagh Park with 105 participants enjoying three days of fun-filled activities. We had a huge cohort of members, including players, involved in coaching and supervision. Thanks to everybody who assisted in ensuring the Camp ran smoothly. A special word of thanks to volunteers who took a day off work to help out.


Bag Packing

Once again, our Bag Packing fundraiser in Dunnes, Nenagh on Good Friday and Easter Saturday proved to be a resounding success. Thanks to all our dedicated volunteers who gave their time on both days. Thanks to the management and staff of Dunnes, who facilitated the fundraiser.


Mighty Macs

We had a great attendance at our fourth session last Saturday. The Mighty Macs  continue this Saturday on the Astro Turf at 10.00am. All 4 to 6 year-old boys and girls are invited to attend. Wear runners. No hurls nor helmets are needed. The emphasis is on fundamental movement and fun. Contact Brian 0872535695, Paddy 0868356007 or Helen 0872035677 for further information.



Membership is now due and can be paid on our app ClubSpot. The fees are as follows: Family Membership to include Tipperary Draw and Lotto €250; Non-Playing Adult to include Tipperary Draw & Lotto €200; Adult Player to include Gym & Lotto €165: Adult Player & Lotto €100; U18 €50; and Non-Playing Adult €50.



Congratulations to Susan O’Brien, who has been elected Vice-President of the Kilruane MacDonaghs GAA & Camogie Club. Susan has given decades of service on the club committee and at Kilruane Bingo. It is a well-deserved honour for Susan.


Quid Games Fundraiser

The Quid Game Fundraising Event is where the thrill of competition meets the spirit of supporting. Quid Game is a set of skills based games, a true test of accuracy, endurance & patience. We've got a lineup of 6 games that will test contestants' skills, challenge their wits, and leave you on the edge of your seats. The event takes place on Friday, 10th May, in the Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh. All funds raised will go towards our club development.

We are currently recruiting contestants who are willing to compete. A massive €10,000 will be divided among the winner (€3,000) and their chosen club/charity (€7,000). Best of all, there is no prior training or practice needed for the night. Contestants can come from far and wide.  Do you know someone who wants to compete? Please contact Dave Carroll (087-233 2267) to sign up.



The jackpot stands at €2,900. Tickets are available from the usual outlets, or you can play on ClubSpot. Thanks for your continued support.



The weekly Bingo session continues on Saturday night in the Fr. O’Meara Centre, Kilruane at 8.00pm. The jackpot is now a very attractive €1,650.