Fixtures: With Tipperary’s involvement in the National League over, attention now turns to the Club Championship scene where next Saturday our intermediates travel to Templederry, where they take on Ballinahinch in the first round of the County Championship. The game throws in at 1.30pm (Subject to change) and your support as always is very much appreciated.
Juvenile Fixtures: For a full list of Juvenile Results and Fixtures please see club website.
Inter-County: Commiserations to Tomás Hamill and Paul Maher part of the Tipperary Senior Hurling panel who suffered defeat at the hands of Kilkenny on Sunday last in the final of the Allianz Hurling League.
Ladies Football: Hard luck to both Muireann Llyod and Rosin Daly, Captain, who were part of the Tipperary Ladies Minor Team who narrowly lost out to Kerry on Saturday.
Health and Wellbeing: An information evening on Mental Health and wellbeing will take place in Templetuohy Hall on April 28th. Guest speakers on the night. More info to follow in the coming days.
Club Grounds: Dogs are not to be walked or let loose on our club grounds under any circumstances. Recent instances of dog fouling are a potential health hazard for players who train and play on these pitches.
Darkness into Light: The Tipperary GAA County Health and Wellbeing Committee would like to encourage GAA clubs to become involved in the 2018 Pieta House Darkness into Light campaign which commences in the small hours of May 12th and finishes as the sun is rising. More info available on club website.