Cahir GAA Notes
Juniors into finalWell done to our junior footballers who travelled to Ned Hall Park last Sunday to play Moyle Rovers in the south semi-final of the junior football championship, a good game of football was witnessed by all at the game with Cahir coming out on top. The final score was Cahir 0-11 Moyle Rovers 1-5.Good luck in the final lads. The Final will be played on Saturday 17/10/15 in Ned Hall Park at 5pm . The team and scorers were as follows: Anthony Burke, John Sheehy, Noel O'Gorman, Willie Reidy, Stephen McGrath, Keelan Looby, Eanna Heffernan, Eddie Kendrick, Tom O'Gorman (0-2), Cormac Crowe (0-1), Eoghann Quinlan (0-7), Darragh Howard, Paul Hyland, Mark Costigan, Alan O'Connor (0-1), Subs Used: Dylan Walsh, Paul Frazer, Johnny B. O'Brien.Intermediate's make historyOur intermediate camogie team went to the Ragg last Saturday evening to play Silvermines in the county final, in a very hard fought game our ladies went on to make history wining 0-14 to 0-09, this was the girls first time contesting the championship at this level and what a great year they had, a lot of this team are also intermediate football champions as well so they done the double we would like to congratulate every one of the players, the management team the selectors, and everybody else involved with this wonderful team, best of luck ladies in the Munster campaign. Table QuizOur juvenile club will hold a table quiz in the Shamrock Lounge on the 30th of October starting at 8-30pm Sharp, always a great night out so keep that evening free, your support would be greatly appreciated. Table of four only €20, just a fiver each great value!Ladies football The Munster final awaits our ladies. Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Intermediate Championship Final - Cahir v Fermoy will be played in Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary Town on Sunday, October 18th at 4.00pmCahir Girls - Intermediate Camogie ChampionsHistory was created on Saturday last at the Ragg as Cahir became Intermediate Camogie Champions after defeating a fancied Silvermines team in the final.At half time Cahir lead by a single point 0.6 to 0.5 and at times struggled with the physical strength of their opponents but in the second half the girls showed their true skill and determination and ran out winners 0.14 to 0.9. The defence were magnificent all through with Lorna McEniry, Emma Buckley and Aoife Corcoran especially catching the eye. Aisling McCarthy played a captains part at midfield and the forwards were made work hard for their scores with Ashling Moloney the out-standing player but she was ably assisted by Caral Casey, Laura Dillon, Sinead Kennedy and Caoimhe Condon. Cahir will play in the senior grade next year which is a great achievement for a club only founded in 2002.Scorers; A. Moloney 0.8 (0.4F), A. McCarthy 0.3, S. Kennedy 0.2, C. Casey 0.1Draw the JokerA big thank you to all of you for supporting our draw every week, next week our jackpot is a massive € 10,000, it would take a long time to save up such a sum of money so don't forget to get your tickets for next Sunday, again thanks for the support. This week's results are as follows: Orla McEniry won €100.00. Other winners were Brian Murphy, Ann Moloney, Dan Costigan and Helen Samkovic. The draw was witnessed by Sinita from the Galtee Inn. Next week's draw will be held in The Bell and the Jackpot is €10,000.00.