Our Junior hurlers take on Father Sheehy’s on Wednesday in Monroe at 7.30pm. Our next game is on Saturday July 21st against St Patricks.

Our Junior Camogie team had a good run out against Ferrybank last week in preparation for their upcoming Championship games.

Our u16 footballers had a great win against Moyle Rovers on Thursday last to qualify for the South semi-final against Clonmel Commercials. That semi-final takes place tonight (Monday) in Ned Hall Park, Clonmel Og at 8pm.

Our u16 hurlers begin their Championship on Thursday (July 12th) when we take on St Marys in Clonmel Sportsfield.

Our u14 hurlers travelled to Clonmel on Tuesday of last week to play their opening championship game. We lost out to a strong St Mary’s side on the night.

Our u12 A hurlers lost out to Kilsheelan on Saturday morning while our u12 D’s travelled to Mullinahone last week where we played out an exciting draw. Our u12 D’s took on Fethard on Monday of this week. We’ll provide the result in next week’s notes.

Our U9s competed in the Mount Sion Dickie Roche memorial tournament last weekend. We won our first game beating Naomh Charthaigh (Lismore), lost our second game against the host club, Mount Sion, but went on to beat Dungarvan in the final. Well done to all involved in what was a fabulous day’s hurling. We’d like to thank the Mount Sion club for extending an invite to play in the tournament, and also like to thank them for their hospitality on the day.

Our u8s had some enjoyable games against Kilsheelan on Tuesday last.

Our u6s busy schedule continued last weekend, when we travelled to Mullinahone.  Our u6s played brilliantly on the day, and all had a great time, and got the opportunity to for a photo with former Tipperary player, Eoin Kelly. We’d like to thank all parents that drove up for the game. Our u6s had another outing against Ballingarry, on The Green, played against Kilsheelan, and travelled to Clogheen for a blitz in the past two weeks.

Our Summer Cul Camps are taking place next week, running from July 16 to July 20. Offline registrations are now closed, but you can still register online before this coming Friday, July 13th. You can register on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie The cost is €60 for 1st. child; €50 for 2nd child; €40 for 3rd and subsequent children. If you’ve any queries in relation to the Camp, you can contact Siobhan by text on 086-8871311.

Congratulations to Gaelscoil Carrick who won the u13 County Final in Semple Stadium last week, defeating Birdhill by 2 points on the day. Well done guys. Super win.

Our Juvenile lotto jackpot last week was €3,000.  There was one winner. Congratulations Pearl Houlihan, St Johns Tce. One match 3 winner. Congratulations Mark Roche. The numbers drawn were 12 – 13 – 16 – 23. Next Week’s Jackpot is €2,000. It costs just €2 to enter and you can play through any of our ticket sellers, or online, via our website. Thank you for your continued & appreciated support.

All in the club are saddened to hear of the passing after illness of Patrick ‘Patsy’ Dalton. Patsy was a very fine hurler with the Swan and he won a south senior hurling medal in 1958 when he put in a sterling performance as a half forward when the Swan beat a very strong Theo English led Marlifield/Grange combination in the south final.

Patsy always enquired about the welfare of the club and remained a staunch supporter up to his passing. The club extends its deepest sympathy to his bereaved family at this sad time.

Carrick Swan would also like to pass on their condolences to the Walsh family, Carrick-Beg, and Tramore, and the Phelan family, Ballyneale, on their recent bereavements.