Our Senior hurlers travelled to Holycross on Sunday last to take on North Tipperary’s Templederry Kenyons. We went in at half-time 1 point down but a slow start to the second half, and a Templederry goal on 44 minutes put them 6 points up, and gave them an uncatchable lead. A late Swan goal brought the deficit back down to 5 points but it wasn’t to be, on the day. Unlucky boys.
Our Intermediate footballers are in action next weekend where we take on Drom/Inch in Cashel. This game throws in at 5pm on Saturday.
Our u16 footballers begin their Championship on Saturday next when we travel to Fethard. Throw in at 7pm. We follow this up with a game next Monday night (April 15th) on The Green at 7pm vs Moyle Rovers.
Our u12s have a really busy week. On Monday, our u12 C’s take on Clonmel Og on The Green. 7pm throw-in. On Tuesday, our A’s travel to Cahir. 7pm throw-in. On Wednesday, we take on Ballingarry in both A and C. Our A’s play at 6-30pm. Our C’s play at 7-15pm. On Friday, our A’s travel to Clonmel Og. 7pm throw-in.
Our u16 Camogie girls are in action on Tuesday on The Green at 6-30pm.
Congratulations to Tom Walsh C/O of Jans Hair Salon who won €1,000 top prize in our Aintree Grand National Sweepstakes. Well done Tom. Other winners include Breda Power who won €400, Mia Kavanagh who won €250, the McNamara’s who won €100, Sean and Noreen Lonergan who won €50, and Oisin Rockett and Bill Barrett, who won €50 each. Jans Hair Salon also won €100 as the winning ticket seller. Thanks again to all who supported our Sweep this year.
All in the club would like to wish Tony Hogan a speedy recovery from illness. Tony is our present Juvenile Chairman but is much more than that as he works tirelessly for the club. Get well soon Tony.
Last week’s Lotto numbers were 07 – 12 – 18 – 26. The jackpot was €2,750 and there was no winner. 8 match 3’s win €30. Next Week’s Jackpot is €3,000. Thank you for your continued & appreciated support. Play our lotto – Support our young players. Your support also helps our Field Development Project.
The club extends its deepest sympathy to the family of David Walsh late of Woodland’s Heights, Carrick-beg and London who passed away recently after lengthy illness.
David at just 49 years old was a lovely gregarious lad who enjoyed life and people, he always had a smile for everyone. He particularly loved to come home to Carrick and meet up with his family and friends and spend time with them.
His loss will be felt most by his family, his heartbroken mother Bernie, brother’s Seamus, Joseph and his twin brother Raymond, sister’s Mary, Aileen and Bernadette. David was predeceased by his father Joe and brother Maurice.
David will also be missed by his many nephews and nieces, extended family members and his many friends.
Funeral arrangements as follows, reposing at Walsh’s Funeral Home on Wednesday evening from 5pm-6.30pm, followed by removal to St Molleran’s Parish Church, the funeral mass will take place on Thursday at 11.30am followed by burial in St Mary’s Cemetery.