New York Classic
Cian Darcy, Jerome Cahill and Craig Morgan were part of the Tipperary senior panel that played against Kilkenny in the New York Classic at the Citi Field.
The North semi-final is expected to take place on the weekend of 1st December.
The Kilruane MacDonaghs GAA & Camogie Clubs would like to thank all who supported our very successful Draw which took place in Nenagh Golf Club on last Saturday night. The Draw was supervised by Garda Annemarie O’Meara and the tickets were drawn by Fr. Pat Greed.
Congratulations to the following winners: Citroen C3 Touch Car Patrick O’Brien, Southill, Nenagh; €2,000 Tom Flannery, Ballymacue; €1,000 Ann Gunning, Birr; €500 William Cleary, Borrisokane; €250 Sheila Flaherty, Middlewalk & Niamh Williams, Stoneyacre.
(€200 each): John Stone, Nenagh; Eoghan Ryan, Limerick; Conor Robinson, Tipperary County Council; Freddie Williams, Townsfields; Frankie & Jane, c/o Mary Maher, Southill: and Karen Smyth, Barrna.
(€100 each): Claire Doheny, Ballycapple; Teresa Williams, Stoneyacre; Martin Tooher, Borrisokane; Sean Ryan, Moneygall; Patricia Harte, Crowle; Ger Cronin, Carney; Morgan Conway, Beechwood; Sharon Mounsey, Ballycapple; Ger Morris, Nenagh; and Ed Brennan, Ardcroney.
Congratulations to our Vice-President Martin O’Meara, Kyle who will be honoured with a Laochra Gael Award this year. Martin has been a loyal and steadfast supporter of MacDonaghs through thick and thin. The presentation will take place in the Dome, Semple Stadium on this Sunday, 24th November at 3.30pm. Tickets, costing €10, are available from the GAA Office Thurles (0505)22702.
The Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday, 29th November at 8.00pm. It will be preceded by Mass for deceased members in Cloughjordan Church at 7.30pm.
The annual Primary Schools GAA Quiz was held in the Thomas MacDonagh Complex on last Sunday evening. Ardcroney, St. Michael’s, Cloughjordan and Kilruane entered two teams each. The Ardcroney team of Sarah Williams, Billy O’Brien, Shane Cleary and Shane O’Meara finished joint third with a score of 61 out of 63 and qualified for the County Final which will be held in Thurles.
The club extends sympathy to Eileen Molloy on the death of her brother James Haugh, Terryglass.