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Cahir GAA Notes


The club wish to extend our condolences to the Frazer family on the recent passing of Patsy Frazer R.I.P. Our thoughts are with the Frazer family at this sad time.


Unfortunately the Munster Intermediate Camogie Final fell victim to the adverse weather conditions last week-end. The game has been rescheduled for Saturday 28th November in Mallow. Best of luck to the ladies football team next week end in the All-Ireland semi-final.


Our ladies intermediate football team have home advantage when the take on Glenelly (Ulster) next Sunday the 22nd in Cahir (THE PARK) throw in is at 1-30pm so have an early or late lunch but, whatever you do please make sure you come along and support this great bunch of girls, as we are sure they will give all they have on Sunday, we wish all the players and mentors best of luck on the day.

Club gear

As we have mentioned before there is some fine club gear for all the family available from ONIELLS on line, with our club crest on it, so as we are fast approaching you know what! (Ok ok we will say it) Christmas (there we said it) have a look you might find a stocking filler there, to get to our page do the following go to O NEILLS look for my club, type in Cahir GAA and there it will pop up in front of you enjoy shopping, any problems please contact a club officer and we can order for you thanks.


A re-union of the South & County Junior Football Championship winning panel of 1995 will be held in the Shamrock Lounge, Cahir on Saturday November 28th. We would be delighted if you and your partner could attend this worthwhile celebration.

The cost per person is €10.00.

Please contact one of those listed below to confirm your attendance or otherwise:

HUGH O DONOGHUE 0527441423


Draw the Joker

Rita Coffey won €100. Other winners were Barry Condon, Brendan Horan, Dan Costigan and Pat O'Brien. The draw was witnessed by John Kendrick from the Abbey Tavern. Next week's draw will be held in Morrisseys and the Jackpot is €4,400.00.