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In the final round of the County League, we play Nenagh Éire Óg in Nenagh, this Sunday at 12.00pm.


Junior Football

In the semi-final, we lost by 2-9 to 0-14 against Roscrea in St. Cronan’s Park. The home side started brightly and scored the first two points. MacDonaghs got a grip of the game and led by 0-11 to 0-3 at the interval. After a low-scoring third quarter, Roscrea seized the initiative with a goal in the 48th minute, and they struck late with 1-1 to claim victory.

Team: Kevin Shinners, Kevin Oakley, Martin Grace, Robert Austin, Jack Peters, Eoin Hogan (0-1), Ross Austin, Jerome Cahill, Cian Darcy (0-4, 0-3 frees), Devlin Courtney, Kieran Cahill (Capt), David O’Sullivan, Aaron Morgan (0-4, 0-2 frees), Seamus Hennessy (0-4), Rory Grace. Subs: Cormac Doheny, Eanna Hogan, Cormac Mannion (0-1).

Referee: Peter Carroll,


U17 Hurling

In the third round of the North/Mid League, we lost 3-17 to 0-14 against Roscrea in St. Cronan’s Park. We were on top in the opening quarter, but the home team gradually took control and were deserving winners.

Team: Shane Cleary, Jack Quinlisk, Cathal England, Fearghal Doheny, Paul Molloy, Eamonn Coonan, Ray Quinlivan, Cian Hayes, Cian Moyles, Tommy Burriss, Michael Cleary (0-7, 0-2 frees, 0-1 65), Tom Austin, Fiachradh Ahearne Woods, Brian O’Meara (0-3), Michael Hennelly (0-3). Subs: John Hannan (0-1), Cathal McIntyre, Johnny Naughnane, Cormac Gaynor, Dara O’Looney, Lucas Jones, William Jones.

On Monday, we played Nenagh in Cloughjordan. Next Monday, 15th May, we play Boherlahan Dualla in MacDonagh Park at 7.00pm.


15 Football

In the North ’B’ final, we had to give second best to a very good Roscrea side that took the title on a 8-7 to 4-4 scoreline. Roscrea were the dominant team in the first half and built up a healthy interval lead. On the resumption, Tommy O’Meara was pushed forward into the attack and he spearheaded a much-improved second-half performance. We outscored Roscrea in that period but couldn’t reel them in. Congratulations to Roscrea. We wish them the best of luck in the County semi-final.

Team: Ciaran Foote, Tom Campbell, Tommy Gaynor, James Gould, Charlie Kennedy, Tommy O’Meara (2-0), Kallen Grace, Hugo Healy (0-2 frees), Stasik Setikas, Cormac Kennedy (0-2), Shay Óg Kennedy, Jack O’Meara, Gerard O’Looney, Andrew Austin (2-0), Paraic Nevin. Subs: Tarla Doris,  Conor McGrath, Arman Khan Wahid, Emmet Dwyer.



On Sunday morning, both of our teams travelled to Thurles and played two competitive games against Durlas Óg.



Last week, this group played matches in Cratloe and Birr.


Celtic Challenge

Cathal England and Cian Moyles were on the Tipperary team that overcame Laois in the quarter-final in Leahy Park, Cashel, on Saturday.


Primary Game

Congratulations to Senan O’Leary, Kilruane NS, who lined out on the Tipperary Primary Game hurling team against Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoímh on Saturday.


Cúl Camp

Once again, the club is running two Cúl Camps, 3rd to 7th July, and 17th to 21st July. The Camps are open to boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 13. There will be a week of action-packed  activities. Each participant will receive the Cúl Camp Kit pack, consisting of backpack, jersey and ¼ zip top. The cost is €75 for the first child; €60 for the second child; €50 for third and subsequent children. All booking is online at


Gaeltacht Scholarship

The Scholarships are confined to 2nd, TY and 5th Year Students in 2023. Previous recipients of

Tipperary GAA Gaeltacht Scholarships can’t apply this year. Only one scholarship per family is allowed. Application forms are available from Secretary Martina Cleary. The latest date for applications is Friday, 12th May.



The weekly Bingo session continues on Saturday night in the Fr. O’Meara Centre, Kilruane at 8.00pm. The jackpot now stands at €1,350.



The jackpot next week will be €2,200. Tickets are available from the usual outlets, or you can play on Club Spot. Thanks for your continued support.



Congratulations to Donnacha O’Meara, Shane Cleary, Cillian Healy, Thomas O’Brien and Dara O’Looney who were members of the Nenagh Ormond RFC U16 team that won the Munster Cup.



The club extends sympathy to the O’Shea family on the death of Gloria O’Shea, Borrisoleigh and to the family of the late Shay Spain, Millview, Toomevara and formerly Moanfin, Kilruane.