Club Notes 12/11/18

Intermediate: On Sunday last our Intermediate footballers exited the Munster Championship following a brave display against a strong Fermoy side. Despite trailing for most of the game the lads showed tremendous heart and passion which culminated in Fermoy failing to score in the second half. Our sincere thanks must go to our management team of Phil Bowe, Denis Kelly and Bill Morrissey and the players for the commitment throughout the year. This however is not the end of the 2018 championship as we still remain in the hunt for Mid Championship. Details of these fixtures to follow.

U9/U10: Well done to our U9/U10 team who played at half time of the Munster Semi Final against Fermoy. Well done to all who took the field and to their wonderful guard of honour for the team entering the field.

U21: Our U21’s will play their second championship game of the year this coming Saturday at 2pm in Templemore where they face Upperchurch Drombane in the Mid U21B Hurling Semi Final. All support very much appreciated on the day.

AGM: Moyne Templetuohy Senior Club held their AGM last Friday November 9th in Moyne hall. Our thanks to the large crowd that attended on the night. Full report on the meeting is available here. Date for your diary: Adjourned AGM will take place on December 14th in Moyne Hall at 8pm. Annual Presentation Night & Quiz December 29th in Everards.

Thanks: The club would like to thank all those who helped out in the field on Sunday last. Visiting supporters were very grateful of all help given on the day.

Harty Cup: Our Lady’s got back on track last week with a 2-20 to 2-08 win over Blackwater with Captain Gearoid O’Connor, Shane Lowe, Sean Hayes and Dean Lawlor all featuring and playing very well. In Thurles, the CBS had a 22point win over Castletroy with both Jack Taylor and Kieran Larkin representing the club on the field and playing very well. Well done lads

John Paul II Awards: Well done to Students from Our Lady’s who received the Pope John Paul 11 Awards in The Anner Hotel Thurles. Nicola Buggy, Brona Bergin, Shane Lowe, James McDonald and Claire Maher represented their parish Moyne Templetouhy. While Niamh Hogan and Marie Kennedy represented Our Lady’s Secondary School. Well done to you all, a wonderful achievement.

Sympathy: Moyne Templetuohy GAA Club extends its sympathies to the Clarke family Templetuohy on the death of Sadie (RIP). Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dilís.