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TIPPERARY ALLIANZ CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL REPORT MAY 4TH BY JOHN MANLEY

posted 1 May 2015, 06:45 by Birt Noe

BLITZ GLORY FOR LISSENHALL NS U11 BOYS

Lissenhall under 11 boys played with great courage and skill in their blitz in Dolla today, winning all three of their games to qualify for the county semi-finals. Results: Lissenhall 6-4 Birdhill 0-4; Lissenhall 6-4 Ardcroney 0-3; Lissenhall 2-0 Ballina 0-3. The four teams had to brave dreadful weather conditions, but the pitch in Dolla was in great order. Lissenhall came through two tough battles against Birdhill and Ardcroney initially. David Cunningham and John Ryan were the scorers in chief; both were clinical in the full forward line. Eoin Ryan drove the team forward from midfield, with Cathal Tracey and Robbie Leamy playing very important roles. Sean Ryan-Prendeville broke up numerous attacks with his excellent reading of the play, while Sean McGrath was very solid beside him in defence. It all came down to the final game to see which team would qualify from the group, and Lissenhall edged out Ballina in a classic. David Cunningham got the first goal, before man of the match Luke O’Brien scored a second. Ballina could find no way past the outstanding Conor Murphy who kept a clean sheet in each of the three games, while great defending from Michael Ryan-Prendeville and Luke O’ Brien dropping deep from midfield meant Lissenhall held out for a deserved victory.

 

CASHEL BOYS OVERCOME ST. MARY’S CLONMEL IN THRILLER

St John the Baptist BNS, Cashel 3-8 St Mary’s Primary School, Clonmel Leahy Park, Cashel.

Referee:  Fergal Horgan.

St John the Baptist BNS (Cashel) overcame St Mary’s Primary School (Clonmel) by a puck of the ball in a tense and exciting U13 Roinn A championship encounter in Leahy Park recently. 

Conditions were difficult for both sides as gusts of wind and driving rain made fluid and fast hurling challenging.  However, it was the home side that started the brighter, taking advantage of the strong breeze to charge into a 3-7 to 2-2 half time lead.  Cashel captain Jack McGrath, playing at centre forward, led from the front as he bagged an impressive 2-3 before the interval. St Mary’s struck goals at either side of half time to bring the Clonmel team right back into contention.  They pressurised the Cashel back line for large parts of the second half and will count themselves unlucky not to get something out of the match. The Cashel boys scoring response to the St Mary’s second half onslaught was a solitary Conor O’Dwyer point who had a very impressive outing i lár na páirce. Ronan Connolly and Evan Moloney were the other scorers for the team in yellow and blue while St Mary’s full and centre forward did most of the damage with some excellently struck scores. St Mary’s had already drawn with Carrick CBS and will need the Cashel boys to do them a favour against Carrick if they are to progress to the next round of the championship. All in all, this was an excellent game played by two committed and spirited teams and it was a pity that there had to be a loser in such an engaging contest. 

GRANGEMOCKLER & ANACARTY SERVE UP A CRACKER

Grangemockler N.S travelled to Cashel and played Anacarty. Paudie Bradshaw started the scoring for Anacarty from a free. Grangemockler came back with a goal from Luke Maguire. Then Anacarty scored a goal from Daniel Kelly and at the end of the first half Anacarty led by 3 points. With some position changes on the team, Grangemockler played well in the second half. Conor Murphy went into the goal and Darragh Lambe played corner forward. Grangemockler team captain Cian Meaney was very solid in the backs, led his team well by example. Ben Comerford battled hard to gain possession and make scores but this wasn’t easy against a very determined Anacarty side. Anacarty continued to put over frees but Grangemockler hung on and won 4-3 to 1-10. Well done to both teams for a great match.

 

U13 LADIES FOOTBALL SUMMER BLITZ

Tipperary LGFA will be hosting a primary school ladies football U13 blitz on June 12th in Moyle Rovers starting at 10am. This will be a 9 a side blitz. It will be a competitive blitz. The amount of cups and competitions will be dependent on the amount of teams entered. If all interested schools could email Ed Burke (edburke1989@yahoo.co.uk) regarding their entry before May 15th it will allow him sufficient time to work out format and inform each school of their schedule for the day.

 

COUNTY HURLING FINALS

The County Finals, in Semple Stadium, will take place on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18tJune. Please avoid those dates for school tours if you haven't already booked your tours. If you have a school tour on either date, and you reach the County Final, we can work around it and put your County Final on the other day, to avoid a clash.

 

REGISTRATION FEE

Please forward Jerry McDonnell 25 Ballingarrane, Clonmel your €30.00 annual registration fee for 2015 if your school has not already done so. To participate in playing activities and/or the equipment scheme the € 30.00 registration must be paid. This payment covers your school for a calendar year.

 

E-MAIL CONTACT LIST

If you or a colleague would like to be added to the contact list for updates on Tipperary Allianz Cumann na mBunscol activities please contact John Manley, pro.cnmb.tipperary@gaa.ie or Aodan Wrenn, aodanwrenn@gmail.com, to be added to our mailing list.

 

REPORTER OF THE WEEK

Schools are reminded and encouraged to send news and updates of their progress in the hurling championships for the coming season. Reports can be a great writing topic for the classroom and are an opportunity for children to see their work published for a wider audience. A Reporter of the Week will be chosen and their work included in the weekly report. Please ensure all reports are a single paragraph in Verdana 10 type. All submissions should be proof-read by the teacher before submission.

 

TWITTER

For any schools/teachers wishing to access Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol news and updates via Twitter, the Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol Twitter username is @TippCumanNamBun. The following link will enable you to follow us: https. We would encourage as many teachers and schools as possible to follow us as this will enable you to access information as soon as it becomes available. We thank all the teachers who have become followers of Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol on Twitter. We have got a great reaction from teachers and schools in recent months. We now have 953 followers.

 

CONTACT CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL

For match reports, fixtures and school G.A.A. News and events, please email Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol P.R.O. John Manley pro.cnmb.tipperary@gaa.ie

Website: http://cnmb.tipperary.gaa.ie/.  Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí.

 

 

John Manley

Dualla NS

PRO Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol

http://cnmb.tipperary.gaa.ie/

 

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