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U21s win Play-off

Ned hall park was the venue for the latest instalment of our U21 A football saga, it was between ourselves and Moyle Rovers to see who would win this play-off with the prize of meeting with Clonmel Commercials in the South final, as expected a tough game was served up and it did not disappoint, points were exchanged by both teams for the first seventeen minutes, with Cahir going two up on that mark, on twenty five of the half gone our young men had a small bit of daylight when three points was the difference, that did not last long because a couple of minutes later Rovers right back in it with the first goal of the game, the first half would end with our men a point up 0-07 to 1-03, as the way of the first thirty the second half was much the same with both sides exchanging points, then on the fourteenth minute a green flag went up for Stephen Grogan to put two between the teams, the boot of Conor O Brien (pictured below)

was in form with six frees pointed, the last few minutes were nip and tuck but our lads held out for the win, 1-11 to 1-08, well done to all the panel and their mentors, John Cummins and John Murphy, full team and scorers,

Draw the Joker

A big thank you to you all for supporting our fund raiser every week which without you we could not run or develop this fine club, this week we were in Cahir House Hotel where as always we were well looked after by the fine staff of this fine hotel, next week we are back in one of our old haunts The Hill Bar in Barrack Street, thanks to Tom and Maria for coming on board again, and we will all look forward to next Sunday evening, back to this week here are this week's winners: Jim Doolan, Daniel Moloney, Johnny Ryan, Ryan Murphy and Pakie Hyland

All -Weather Pitch

As we spoke above about development, the latest on our all-weather pitch is it is coming on great with the lights installed this week and looking fab, thanks to all the guys working on that, couple of pictures below, first picture shows work on the lights, and the second two a side view of the new fencing around the pitch and the ball wall.

Inter- county

A busy weekend for our four county teams, hard luck to our senior footballers who went down to Armagh, our hurlers were unlucky against Kilkenny by the slimmest of margins, our camogie team had a better out come when they beat Waterford, but the result of the weekend must be the win our county ladies football team had over Cork in Cork, 3-13 to 1-18 with club lady Aishling Moloney (pictured below) getting 2-09 which was some score, also on the score sheet for the team was another club player Roisin Howard who scored two points, Emma Buckley and Rachel O'Donnell, were also on the panel well done to all the panel and especially our club players.

Another club lady we must congratulate this week is Rosanna Kiely ( pictured below) who as you can see in the photo put pen to paper when she signed for Cork City FC at U16 level, what an achievement well done Rosanna.

Juvenile News


Round 3 of the Parish Football League took place last Saturday in Duneske, more great matches were played from our future stars and we are now down to the finals which will be played next Saturday 2nd Match in Duneske at 2pm, please come along and have a look at our future players, good luck to all involved.


U12A Football Championship, Saturday 23rd Feb Cahir v Clonmel Commericals, our young men started their campaign with a draw, well done lads a good start.


U12A Football Championship

Cahir v Killenaule Saturday 2nd Match in Killenaule throw in 10am


Congratulations to Ethan and Garry Hanrahan on their silver and gold medal wins in swimming in the community games this weekend