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Newsletter 6th Oct

posted 6 Oct 2015, 14:41 by Tullogher Rosbercon

 U10's in Slieverue tournament

 

U9's at Kilmacow's  tournament



Intermediate Championship

The Intermediates had 2 championship games over the last few weeks
The 1st round was against The Emeralds in what was also a Relegation Semi-Final. Emeralds had a lightening start with 3 quick points before Walter Walsh had a great 70 yard run to setup Jason Shiely for a vital goal to get Tullogher up and running. Jason and Walter then had further quick points to leave Tullogher Rosbercon 2 points up. Emeralds stayed in the game with great play and points from Aidan Fogarty. Tullogher had further points from Cian O'Donoghue (3), Liam Barron ,Walter Walsh and John Cotterell before half-time to leave the score 1-8 to 0-9 at the break.
It was tight for the 1st few minutes of the 2nd half but great play from Conor Hennessy over a 10 minute spell earned him 3 points. Those scores coupled with frees from Cian O'Donoghue gave Tullogher a commanding lead. Emeralds added a few points from frees but a great goal by Cian O'Donoghue ended the game as a contest. Walter(2)and Cian added further points from play to leave the final score 2-17 to 0-15. It was a great team performance and put us in the quarter final draw.

The Quarter final pitched us against many peoples fancy to win the championship, Bennettsbridge. It was played in Ballyhale last Sat 26th Sept.
The sides traded early scores with the Tullogher scores coming from Ted Cullinane Moling Cotterell and a Cian O'Donoghue free, but Bennettsbridge gradually built a lead mostly through the free taking of Nicky Cleere. The 2 quarter belonged to Tullogher though with points from Walter and Conor Hennessy followed by a great goal by Ted Cullinane to leave the score 1-5 to 0-9 at half-time.
Former county Minor Liam Blanchfield struck for a goal straight after half-time to give Bennetsbridge a great start. The sides traded 2 points each from frees before Ted Cullinane had a great point from play to close the gap. The bridge maintained the 4 point gap though the 2nd half before a great goal by Cian O'Donoghue reduced the gap to 1 point. However Bennetsbridge got a few vital frees to keep their lead before Liam Blanchfield grabbed his second goal with only 1 minute to go in normal time. The referee played 5 mins of extra time but Tullogher couldn't close the gap and the game finished 2-16 to 2-10. The 2 goals being the difference between the side but it really was a game Tullogher Rosbercon could have won.

Minor Championship

The minors played 2 championship games in the past 2 weeks also. 1st round was against St Martins. With the early goals the lads too control and ran out easy winners on a scoreline of 4-13 to 2-8. The quarter final was a lot tighter game and the lads were behind entering the closing minutes. However a great finish by Conor Hennessy game the boys a 3 point win on a scoreline of 3-14 to 4-8.
The semi-final sees the lads face Dunnamaggin on Sat 17th Oct in Mullinavat at 2:30 so best of luck to the boys in trying to make it to the final.

U10's

Our U10's played in the annual Eamon O'Donovan tournament  last weekend. The club have being playing in this competition since its startup 10 years ago and after years of trying brought home the cup last year. This years team were determined to keep possession of the Cup and did so with great wins over Mullinavat, Glenmore, Slieverue and Kilmacow. Captain Fergal O'Shea collected the cup on behalf of the team. 

Irish Kidney Association

Hugh Byrne passes on his thanks to everyone who supported the Cake Sale for the Irish Kidney Association. The total amount raised was €1500 with Tony O'Connor winning the hurl signed by the Kilkenny team.

Supervalu Gear

Thanks to everyone who supported the club as part of Supervalu's "Gear for Clubs" promotion. The club received over €500 euros worth of training gear so thanks to Supervalu and all the clubs shoppers !..

U9's in Kilmacow

The U9's took part in the annual Johnny Ryan tournament in Kilmacow so well done the all the lads.

Soccer Success

Well done to Thomas O'Connor who started his 1st game for Southampton U18's last weekend and scored a brilliant goal. Despite being on the losing side vs Leicester City, it was a great day for Thomas to score his 1st of many goals so best of luck for the rest of the season.

Draw Results

Winners of September 2015 Draw (held in the Clubhouse on 6th October 2015)

1st Prize of €500   Jimmy Heffernan
2nd Prize of €200  Martin Roche
3rd – 6th  Prize of €100 
   3  Rob Martin
   4  Seamus Phelan
   5  Ollie and Mary Ryan
   6  John Grennan
7th – 10th  Prize of €50
  7  John Healy
  8  Helen Ryan
  9  Kieran Barron
 10   Pierse Handrick

Winners of Annual Draw 2015 Draw

1st Prize of €240 -   Mary Barron
2nd Prize of €100 -  Brian Dunlop
3rd Prize of €50 - James Gaule 



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