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In the third round of the County League, we are at home to Borris-Ileigh this Sunday, 14th April, at 12.00pm.



We are away to Mullinahone in the third round of Division 5 of the County League this Saturday, 13th April, at 6.00pm.


Minor Football

Well done to Cillian Healy, Michael Hennelly and the Tipperary team on their victory over Limerick in the first round of the Munster Championship. In the North/Mid League, we qualified for the semi-final with a 3-8 to 2-7 victory over Silvermines in Dolla.

Team: Lucas Jones, Charlie Kennedy, Fearghal Doheny, Jack Quinlisk, Paul Molloy (0-1), Tommy O’Meara, Cormac Gaynor, Shane Cleary, Tommy Burriss, Cathal McIntyre, Ray Quinlivan, Cormac Kennedy, Donnacha O’Meara, Andrew Austin (1-0), Michael Cleary (2-6). Subs: Fiachradh Ahearne Woods, Cóilín Doris, Dara O’Looney, William Jones (0-1), Shay Óg Kennedy, Johnny Naughnane.

The final group game is away to Upperchurch Drombane, this Friday, 12th April, at 6.45pm.


Juvenile Football

Our U13 ‘A’ team recorded a 4-5 to 4-3 away victory over Silvermines. Our second team lost by six points against Borrisokane in Gardiner Park.

In the U15 championship, our first team lost 3-5 to 1-8 against Roscrea in Ardcroney. Kilruane had all the ball for the first twenty minutes and missed numerous chances. At halftime, Roscrea led by 2-4 to 0-5. MacDonaghs rallied well in the second half and were unlucky not to get a draw after coming from nine points down.     

Team: Kallen Grace, Mark Cleary, Tommy Gaynor, James Gould, Tadhg Teefey, Tom Campbell (0-1), Tarla Doris, Hugo Healy (0-5, 0-4 free) Jack O´Meara (0-2), Senan O´Leary, Karl Ryan, Gerard O´Looney, Tiarnán Casey, Dara Gaynor, Lukah Williams (1-0).  Subs: Michael Hutchinson, Ben Williams, Colin Gaynor, Robert Cleary.  

In the ‘C’ championship, our second team were pipped 4-4 to 3-4 by Newport in Ardcroney. Kilruane played against the wind in the first half and missed a number of good scoring opportunities. The team tried hard but were unable to get a supply of ball to the forwards in the second half despite playing with the elements. Newport played much better in the second half and ran out deserving winners.

Team: Ronan Hayes, Sean Whelan, Harry Gannon, Arman Khan Wahid, Conor McGrath, Rory McLoughney, Dylan Hussey Sheahan, Emmet Dwyer (1-0), Oisín Carroll (0-3 0-2 frees), Culann Haverty, Daniel O´Brien, Tom Hannan, Ciaran Foote (2-1), Shane O´Meara.

This Thursday, 11th April, Moycarkey Borris provide the opposition in Ardcroney at 7.00pm.


Primary Game

Congratulations to Tiarnán Casey, St. Michael’s NS, Cloughjordan, who lined out with the Tipperary Primary Game football team against Waterford in Dungarvan last Sunday.


Mighty Macs

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.


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 €3,000. 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 has now climbed €1,700.



Sympathy is extended to Miriam Maxwell on the death of her brother Ollie Maxwell, Horse & Jockey and to the family of the late Joan Clarke, Ashley Park.