Carrick Swan Notes Monday April 29th
Club Lotto
This week’s Carrick Swan lotto jackpot is a whopping €10, 000. There was no winner last week. The lotto numbers drawn were 08 – 10 – 16 – 25. There were eleven match 3 winners with all of them winning €20 each. Well done, all. Your support helps our young players and also helps with our Field Development Project.
Adult Hurling & Camogie
On Friday last, Carrick Swan Premier Intermediates beat St. Mary’s by 6 points in the County Hurling league as they continue their preparations for the Seamus O’Riain Cup. The win moves us into 2nd place with 6 points after 4 games.
Next Sunday, May 5th, Swan Premier Intermediates travel 90 minutes north to Kilcolman to take on Burgess in the next round of the County Hurling League. That game throws in at 12pm. Best of luck, lads.
Our Junior ‘A’ hurlers were back in action on Saturday last. We beat Killenaule, in the County Hurling League. Full time score, Swan 3-16 Killenaule 0-17. Well done lads.
Juvenile Scene
Our u15’s try to follow up their recent Peil Na nÓg heroics next Sunday when we pick up the camán’s for the Tipperary Feile Na nGael Championship. Our group consists of Moycarkey-Borris, Boherlahan-Dualla, and Nenagh Éire Óg. Best of luck, lads.
Our u9’s travelled to the Clonmel High School on Saturday to take part in a football go-games blitz where all the kids showed some great skills, and all thoroughly enjoyed their day.
Well done to Jack Raymond Walsh and Noah Power who have been selected on the Tipperary u15 hurling panel for 2024.
The club would like to thank Timmy Hammersley for taking a coaching development session on Saturday last. The theme of Timmy’s session was skill development in a games-based environment.
Other News
Our Addiction & Mental Health Presentation night with Limerick hurling legend, Ciaran Carey, has been moved to a new date. Friday June 14th. Mark it in your calendars.
Carrick Swan club would like to congratulate our club Treasurer Sean McDonnell on his retirement last week.
Carrick Swan club would like to pass on our condolences to the Hackett family of Deer Park Close, Moroney Clancy family of Carrick-Beg, and the Fitzgerald family of Carrick-Beg on their recent bereavements.