Carrick Swan Notes Monday May 27th 

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. 

A big crowd is expected on the night, and both parents and players are encouraged to attend this event.

Adult Hurling & Football

Our Premier Intermediate hurlers took on Clonakenny, in their County League Semi-Final on Sunday in Clonakenny. The teams finished level at the end of normal time with Clonakenny winning by 2 points after Extra-Time. Clonakenny 2-19 Swan 1-20. Unlucky lads. 

This coming Friday, our Junior ‘A’ footballers take on Ballingarry, in Cloneen, in their opening game of the South Football Championship. It throws in at 8pm. Best of luck, lads. 

Juvenile Scene

Our u15’s have been busy. They beat Ardfinnan in the South u15 ‘B’ Football Final on Monday of last week (May 20th), and they followed this up on Thursday last by beating North Tipperary’s Moneygall in the County Semi Final in Dr. Morris Park. 

That win over Moneygall qualifies us for the County u15 Final where takes place on Thursday night. We’ll play the winner of Moycarkey Borris & Arravale Rovers.  

Our u14 girls lost out to Moyne Templetuohy last week while our u12 girls lost out to Ballingarry in two enjoyable games. Unlucky, ladies. 

Black & White in Blue & Gold

On Monday evening of last week, May 20th,  Stefan Tobin and the Tipperary Minor hurlers beat Clare in the Munster Final in the Gaelic Grounds. Stefan scored 1-03 and received the TG4 Man of The Match award. Well done Stefan and team. 

On Friday evening, Aaron O’ Halloran was superb for the Tipperary u20’s in the Munster Final victory over Cork in the Gaelic Grounds. All in the club would like to wish Aaroun and the Tipp u20’s the very best of luck on Saturday next when Tipp take on Offaly in the All-Ireland Final in Nowlan Park. 

On Saturday afternoon, Emma O’ Halloran and the Tipp Junior Camogie ladies had a comfortable win over Down in their All-Ireland Camogie Championship opener. Well done, Emma. 

Club Lotto

The club lotto jackpot is a massive €11,000 this week as there was no winner of last week’s jackpot. Last week, there was three match 3 winners who won €70 each. The numbers drawn were 06 – 15 – 27 – 28. Well done all. 


Carrick Swan club would like to pass on our condolences to the Harris family of Ballylynch on their recent bereavement.