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CAHIR GAA NOTES

UNDER 21S WIN IN EXTRA TIME

Cahir under 21 football team gave a great display in overcoming Upperchurch/Drombane in the County semi final in Cashel on Saturday last. The match ended in a draw and extra time was again required before Cahir finally won by 2 points on a score of 9 points to seven points. This was another brilliant performance from a young team and they now face Rockwell Rovers or Lorrha in the County final. The team and scorers were as follows: ; Rares Stocia, Liam Howard, Brendan Donaghy, Keelan Looby, Conor Casey, Dean Lonergan (0-2), James Walsh, Liam Casey (0-6), Niall McKenna (0-1), Aaron Murphy, Eoghann Quinlan, Mikey O?Connor, Cormac Looby, Ian Flannery, Brian McKenna, Darragh Howard, Eanna Heffernan, Davy English.

The draw the joker was held in Cahir House on Sunday night in front of a large crowd. There was great excitement with only 12 cards remaining on the board. Niamh Tuohy?s name was drawn from the drum but she did not win the jackpot and had to settle for ?100. Shane Cunnane, Pat Hennessy, Eileen Cunnane and Tom Walsh won the other prizes. This week?s draw is in the Hill Bar on Sunday night and the jackpot is now ?10,400.

Hard Luck to Caral Casey, Emma Buckley and Roisin Howard who were on the Tipperary Minor Camogie Team which was defeated by Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final at Kilmallock last Saturday on a scoreline of 3.13 to 2.13. Tipp were down 6 pts at half-time but came storming back in the 2nd half and drew level only for Cork to pounce for their third goal and although Tipp fought to the end it was not to be. The Cahir girls did the club proud in what was a fantastic game of Camogie. Well done to Sarah Burke and Emily O'Donovan who were part of the Tipperary U/14 Development Squad which recently played in Limerick.

Cahir U/12 Camogie team continued on their winning ways with a good win over Cashel. Despite Cashel going ahead after scoring a goal, the Cahir girls fought back with some fine scores from Rosanna Kiely and Katie Noonan.

LADIES FOOTBALL

Club Scene

It has been a busy couple of weeks with all teams in either championship or league action. The U14's had their first outing in the championship going down to Aherlow. The U14?s also played Moyle Rovers in Cahir on Mon & Lattin on Wed in Lattin. Well beaten in both games Despite defeat to Moyle Rovers in the last of the group games the U16 team have qualified for the semi final of the championship, where they will play Aherlow. Date, time and venue TBC. The junior team opened their league campaign with a 1 point win over St Patrick's while our senior team opened their league campaign losing to Moyle Rovers.

County Scene

Congratulations to the county U16 team who have qualified for the Munster final where they will play Limerick next weekend. The club is represented by Aoife Corcoran (captain), Aisling Moloney and Aoife O'Donnell. The county minor team had great win over Kerry on Saturday on a score line 2-16 to 1-12 and play Limerick next on Wednesday in Hospital. A win over Limerick will see them qualify for the Munster A final. The club is represented by Aisling McCarthy (captain),Emma Buckley, Roisin Howard, Keely Halpin, Aisling Moloney and Aoife Corcoran.

Schools

Congratulation to Colaiste Dun Iascaigh on a great year reaching 3 All Ireland school finals. Well done to everyone involved

JUVENILE

Cahir U 10's had their first County hurling blitz of the season on Saturday 5th April in Thurles. Cahir A team won their 3 games v Moycarkey, St Mary's Clonmel & Durlas Og. Cahir B's were unfortunate in defeat in 2 matches but won the 3rd match well. The U10's played a football blitz in Ballyporeen on Saturday 19th. One U 10 team played against Clonmel Og, Fr Sheehy's & Ballylooby winning all three games and the other U10 team played Ballylooby, Clonmel Og and Ballyporeen also winning all three games. The U8's played in Ballyclerihan on Thursday evening in hurling and football and they had a few matches, some lost some won. Good evening for them./