Carrick Swan Notes Monday June 3rd

Our u15 footballers added to their recent Peil na nOg Championship win when they became County Champions this week, with a comprehensive victory of Arravale Rovers of Tipperary Town on Thursday last. The club would like to congratulate the u15 players and management team on a magnificent victory.

Adult Hurling & Football

Our Junior ‘A’ footballers beat Ballingarry on Friday evening last by the narrowest of margins. Swan 1-12 Ballingarry 1-11. Well done, lads. We take on Clerihan next Saturday evening, June 8th, in Monroe, with the game throwing in at 7pm.

Our Junior hurlers had a super day out in Kilmacthomas on Saturday last when we travelled down to play in the Noel Kiely Memorial 7’s blitz. We’d like to thank Kilmacthomas for the invite on a very well-run event.

Juvenile Scene

All our teams are training well at the moment as we await juvenile fixtures. If you’ve a child who’d like to join our club, at any age group, please reach out to us on Facebook.

Black & White in Blue & Gold

Commiserations to Aaron O’ Halloran, and the Tipperary u20 hurlers who lost out to Offaly in the All-Ireland Final on Saturday last. Aaron has done the club proud, all year, with his performances in blue & gold, and we’ve no doubt that he has a long career ahead of him in a Tipperary jersey.

On Saturday afternoon, Emma O’ Halloran and the Tipp Junior Camogie ladies beat Tyrone in Garvaghey in Round 2 of All-Ireland Camogie Championship. Well done, Emma.

Club Lotto

The club lotto jackpot is a massive €11,250 this week as there was no winner of last week’s jackpot. Last week, there was eleven match 3 winners who won €20 each. The numbers drawn were 02 – 12 – 16 – 20. Well done all.

Other News

Carrick Swan GAA Club would like to inform you that on Friday June 14th, at 7-30pm, we will welcome Limerick hurling legend, Ciaran Carey and friends, to the Carrick Swan Juvenile Hall.

Ciaran and his colleagues will make a presentation on addiction and mental health awareness. They’ll chat openly and honestly about the effects addiction and mental health can have on individuals, families, and communities.


Carrick Swan club would like to pass on our condolences to the Dunne family of Clairin, Murray family of Grangemockler, and the Fahey family of Churchtown on their recent bereavements.