Club Hurling – All Ticket Affair

We’re a couple of weeks away from Senior Championship, but let us share some important information about attending games this year.   The following is as as per information sent from the Tipperary County Board:   There will be a maximum attendance of 500 in the...

Swan Notes Monday July 13

Games are beginning to come thick and fast for all our teams at the moment with championships beginning this week. Our Junior Camogie team had a good 3-point win over Gortnahoe in a tournament game that took place on Sunday. Well done, ladies. We take on Ballingarry,...

The Guidelines For A Safe Return To Gaelic Games

The 15 main guidelines for the return of Gaelic Games ■ Squads limited to 24 inside the perimeter (no limit on squad sizes otherwise) ■ Management limited to five – manager, maor foirne, two medics, club official (hurling can have two maor camán, so seven in total) ■...

12 Days of Christmas Draw 2020 Launching Soon

Carrick Swan Hurling/Football & Camogie Club would like to announce that their very popular ’12 Days of Christmas Draw will be launching soon, this Swan fund raiser is vital to raise much needed monies for their new development at Páirc na nEalaí. With almost...

Swan Notes Monday July 6th

It has been a busy week on the playing front, at Carrick Swan Club. Wednesday last, July 1st, will go down in the history books as the night that the very first match took place at Páirc na nEalaí when our Senior hurlers took on Knockavilla-Donaskeigh Kickhams in a...