Club Notes 04/06/18

Martin Costigan Memorial Tournament: Sincere thanks to all those who turned up for our penultimate Martin Costigan Tournament on Friday evening last. Despite the thundery showers, a large crowd turned out to see our Intermediates secure victory for the second time in the tournaments history. Connie Coatigan then presented Moyne captain Pierce Meade with the memorial trophy. Our thanks also to Sean Everard and his officials and to all the ladies in the kitchen for providing the fabulous food. Finally a special word of thanks to the JK Brackens club for competing in the competition over the years. Our intermediates attention now turns to Wednesday night coming where they face Ballinahinch in the County League in Templetuohy at 8pm.

Cúl Camp: As summer times approaches booking are now available for Cúl Camp 2018. The camp will run in Templetuohy from August 6th to August 10th inclusive and all bookings can be made online at: https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/?county=Tipperary&page=2

Junior Football: The Mid Championship continues this week where we are down to play Thurles Gaels this coming Saturday at 8pm in Templetuohy.

Community Games: In its first year in its return to the parish the Community Games County Final will now be staged at Moyne Athletic Track this coming Sunday June 10th. Full details of times, competitors and competitions will be available on the Community Games Facebook Page.

Juvenile Fixtures: This week sees our U12’s continue with their championship action. The hurling championship takes place this coming Tuesday and Wednesday evening. Last week saw our Group 2 team suffer a 4points loss to Upperchurch, while our Group 5 had an agonizing one point defeat at the hands of Drom/Inch.

Ladies Football: It was a case of divided loyalties last weekend for our own Elaine Harte as they faced Cork in the Munster Championship. Unfortunately success eluded them on the day but all can be very proud of their efforts.

Exams: The club would like to wish all its members who are starting into State Exams this week, the very best of luck.

Tommy Purcell RIP: The club extends its sincere sympathies to the Purcell Family Moyne on the death of Tommy. Tommy was an active member of the club for years, and in 1961 was part of the Junior County Final winning team. May he rest in peace.

Sympathies: Following our June Monthly Meeting, sympathies were passed to the families of the following, Alice Bergin, Eileen O’Connor, Tom Murphy and Tommy Purcell. May they Rest in Peace.

Martin Costigan Memorial Tournament Winners 2018