Our Junior A hurlers begin their 2021 championship against Father Sheehy’s next Sunday morning at 12 noon in Clonmel Sportsfield.
Our Junior A footballer’s begin their championship next week, on Wednesday August 4th, when we take on Ardfinnan in Ned Hall Park, Clonmel at 8pm.
Our Junior B Camogie ladies beat Moyle Rovers in the Camogie County League on Saturday last. Well done, ladies. We play St Cronan’s of Roscrea on Saturday in Roscrea. That game throws in at 7.30pm.
Our u17s play Boherlahn on Monday night (July 26) in their Mid/South/West Hurling League. The game throws in at 7.45pm in Boherlahn.
Our u15 hurlers play Moyle Rovers in round 1 of their championship this Thursday evening at Pairc na nEalaí. That game throws in at 7pm.
Our u13 D footballers play their Shield Final on Tuesday evening in Clonmel against St Patrick’s. The game throws in at 8pm. Best of luck to the boys and their mentors in the final.
Our u14 Camogie girls take on St Patrick’s on The Green on Wednesday night at 7.30pm.
Commiserations of Jamie Holloway and the Tipperary u20 footballers who lost out to Cork in last week’s Munster Final. Jamie scored a great goal in the game.
Callum Walsh, Callum Lanigan, Aaron O’Halloran, Jack Hickey, Adam Walsh & Lee Casey were part of the Tipperary u16 panel that took on Clare on Saturday morning. Well done to all.
Last week’s Carrick Swan lotto numbers were 15 – 17 – 24 – 27. The jackpot was €6,250 and there was no winner. Two match 3’s wins €100 each. Next Week’s Jackpot is €6,500. The club would like to thank you sincerely for supporting our lotto. Your support helps our young players and also helps our field development project. You can purchase your lotto tickets online, here: www.carrickswan.com/lotto.
All in the club extend our deepest sympathy to our much respected club physio Vinny and all the brothers and sisters, nephews, nieces relatives and friends of the late Kevin Power of 3 O’Mahony Avenue who has sadly passed away following illness.
Kevin was a larger than life character coming from one of Carrick’s finest families, he was a born entertainer, be it as a singer, musician, story teller or joke teller. His loss will be deeply felt by all who knew him.