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Newsletter 21st September

posted 21 Sep 2014, 14:20 by Tullogher Rosbercon   [ updated 22 Sep 2014, 00:28 ]


U10s Eamon O'Donovan Cup Winners 2014

Intermediate Championship

The Intermediates took on St Lachtains, Freshford in the 1st round of the Intermediate Championship on Saturday last in Bennestbridge. Victory would mean a quarter final spot with the losers heading for the winter break !

Walter Walsh opened the scores with a point from play with Cian O'Donoghue following up with point from a free, it was even for the rest of the 1st quarter with the score 0-4 each after Cian added 2 further frees. St Lachtains fullforward was causing alot of problems during the opening quarter but retired injured after 15 mins.

Tullogher were well on top at this stage and could have had 2 goals with Cian and John Barron going very close.Walter then had a great run up the right side and a great pass to Cian who calmly finished into the corner of the net. 2 further frees for Tullogher and 3 excellent points from play from John Barron, Liam Barron and Cian gave the Tullogher lads a well deserved 1-9 to 0-5 lead at halftime.

St Lachtains opened the second half with a goal which was a result of poor play by Tullogher around the goal mouth. However Walter Walsh responded straightaway , catching the puckout and running 50 yards to finish excelently into the top corner, score 2-9 to 1-5 and Tullogher were back in the driving seat again. The teams traded points into the 3rd quarter with Brendan Lawlor and and Cian (2) adding excellent points from play. St Lachtains went down fighting with a run of points from play to bring the lead down to 3 points with 5 minutes left. Tullogher Rosbercon held firm though with the backs particularly outstanding. A closing point from Cian O'Donoghue from a free gave a the lads a well deserved 4 point win on a scoreline of 2-14 to 1-13.

Team : Martin Roche, Anthony Cotterell, John Hartley, Sean Murray, Moling Cotterell, Pat Hartley , Donnacha O'Connor, Brendan Lawlor (0-1) , John Cotterell, John Barron (0-1), Walter Walsh (1-1), Liam Barron (0-1), Conor Hennessey, Ted Cullinane, Cian O'Donoghue (1-10, 0-7 Frees)

The quarter final draw takes place on Monday next 22nd Sept with the possible opposition being Mullinavat, St Patricks, Thomastown or Lisdowney.

U14 Championship

The U14's played John Lockes,Callan in Dunnamaggin last Sat morning in the Roinn B Championship Quarter Final. John Lockes started strongly in the 1st 10 mins with 3 early goals, Tullogher had 2 goal chances also but ended with 2 points when both shots skinned the cross bar. John Lockes pushed on into a 14 point lead but Tullogher responded with 2 goals from the team captain Ronain Moore. further excellent points from Frank Murphy and Mark McGrath brought the lead down to 5pts. A physically bigger St Lockes team then added a further goal and a few points to run out winners on a score of 5-11 to 2-9.
Well done to the U14 squad who finished a good year competing well in Roinn B, with a few league wins and a good win in the 1st round of the championship.

U10's win again

The U10's won the Eamonn O'Donovan Memorial Cup on Saturday in Slieverue. An unbeaten run through the tournament with wins over Kilmacow (4-3 - 1-3) , Mullinavat (4-1 to 3-1), Mooncoin (3-5 - 4-1) and Rower Inistioge (3-2 - 2-1) saw the lads lift the cup for the 1st time ever. 
Team: Evan Morrissey, JJ Ryan,  Kevin Aylward, Aidan Lawlor, Marty Murphy, Danny Glennon,  Niall Mooney,  Cathal Mooney, Dan Kennedy, Padraig Dooley, Jack Handrick, Fionn Connelly, James Cummins,Lar Murphy,Fergal O'Shea,Sean Power


Kilkenny Junior Champions 1989

This week marks the 25th Anniversary of the club winning the 1989 Junior Championship. After a long gap, without a win since 1957, the lads made history beating Galmoy on a scoreline of 2-15 to 3-8 in Nowlan Park on 24th Sept 1989. The club have won it 3 times since 1989 (1992, 1997, 2008) making it 5 wins altogether.

Team: Ed Walsh, Eddie O'Sullivan, Seamus Bookle, Joe Conway , Michael Ryan, Paddy Heffernan, Tommy Morrissey, John Murphy (castle) (0-2, 0-1 free)  Liam Heffernan (0-2), John Murphy (Ballyreddy) , Jimmy Heffernan 0-2), Tom Murphy(1-8, 0-6 frees), Luke Bird (1-0), Seamus Kennedy (0-1), Shemmy Murphy, Subs: Sean Kennedy (for Shemmy Murphy), John Ryan, Eamonn Phelan, Shem Cummins, Jim Cody,Seamus Phelan, Tom Heffernan, Eamon Bookle, Paddy Gaule, Denis Power Donie Lyng, Jack Ryan,Patrick Bookle
Trainers: Paddy Phelan and Richie Power




Tullogher Fisherman succeeds in Scotland.

U16 Hurler, Niall O' Beirne of Ballyreddy a local young fisherman represented Ireland in the Celtic Cup held in Scotland recently. The competition, Under 18 Coarse Fishing was held over two days and Niall was the only Irishman in the team to win his own section. In the end Scotland beat Ireland but Niall achieved 2nd place overall. Well done to him, its great to have an international success story in the parish


Upcoming fixtures

Saturday 4th Oct 2014
Kilkenny Honda Centre Minor H.C. Roinn B
1st Rd [E] 2 00 PM Larchfield Tullogher Rosbercon vs Lisdowney

W/E of 5th Oct,Intermediate Quarter Final, Draw on next Monday

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