Moyne/Templetuohy GAA

Founded 1887

Co. Tipperary

Weekly update

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Lotto: our jackpot will be €3,300 next Thursday. The 6 winners of our lucky dips were Ronan Ely, Michelle Goldsboro, Willie Kennedy, Betty Delaney, Margaret Kelly and Mags Kennedy.
Tipperary hurling: best of luck to Gearoid and Conor as they face Clare as part of the Tipp senior hurling team next Sunday. 
Intermediates:  The Junior hurlers face Drom Inch in the mid final next Thursday in Templetuohy-match at 7.30pm all support greatly appreciated.

Camogie: Our U14’s played Carrick Swans last night in Templetuohy and put on a mighty display with goals and points a plenty. We await their semi final fixture.
This morning we hosted the south County u10 Camogie blitz welcoming 15 teams across 12 clubs. Thanks to our hard working committee, parents and mentors for making the day go so well from parking to pitch layout.We had 6 young whistlers from the club and Fintan who played a stormer! Our 2 teams did great 😊
Well done to the U11 Camogie team in The Holy Family National School on reaching another County Final. We look forward to supporting you in the final.

Ladies Football: Many thanks to all who supported and helped out at our Sponsored walk this week which was a great success, half of the proceeds will be donated to the Dylan Quirke foundation.
Congrats to Blaithnaid Lloyd who was deservedly presented with the Chloe Gray perpetual trophy for Juvenile Player of the Year 2023 by Chloe's mam Pamela, Well-done Blaithnaid.
Pamela was in turn presented with a framed jersey from the LGFA club which Chloe wore in a team photo which was also presented by girls who played alongside Chloe. Chloe will always be fondly remembered by the club.
Congrats to the Junior A Ladies team who have reached the league county final this week with a win over Holycross and Good Luck to the Junior D team playing their county semi final against Borus this evening.
Best of luck to the u12 yellow team who play against Moycarkey in Templetuohy on Monday at 6.30.
Underage training continues this week.

Juveniles: U11’s had a great game against Clonakenny on Wednesday night last in Templetuohy. 
They also competed in the Micheal Hogan Festival of Football hosted by ourselves on Saturday morning. All our players did us proud on the day, well done to all the coaches as well!! 
Loughmore-Castleiney, Gortnahoe-Glengoole, Moneygal , Drom & Inch, Boherlahan-Dualla and Durlas Óg also competed in the festival. Thanks to Jonathan Cullen and Regina Ely for all their work on the day.

U17’s had their first hurling outing of the year in the Mid/North County league against Moycarkey-Borris GAA. The boys came out on top with a score line of 5-10 to 2-15.

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