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Tipperary Ladies Football Notes

TG4 Munster Intermediate Championship Final

Tipperary Ladies Football will play Clare Ladies Football in the TG4 Munster Intermediate Championship Final (Enda McDonnell Cup) on Saturday, July 8th in Mallow GAA Complex at 1.15pm. All support is welcome.

Tipperary Ladies Football Under 12 Championship Finals

Rockwell Rovers GAA Club, New Inn was the venue for six clubs to compete for three County Tipperary Ladies Football Under 12 Championship titles on Sunday last.

The opening game of the day was the Under 12D Final where Moycarkey Borris (2) competed against Slieve Felim Raparees in a tightly contested Final. Both teams battled hard for the ball in the opening minutes of the game and having been denied an early goal due to a square ball when the opportunity came again Aoife Shelly made no mistake in rattling the net for Moycarkey Borris. The next score of the half went to Slieve Felim Raparees finishing the game at half time Moycarkey Borris 1-0 Slieve Felim Raparees 0-1.

Both teams were now settled into the game and the second half had a mix of scoring but as always goals win the games. This was the case for Moycarkey Borris when Aoife Shelly and Shauna Flanagan raised the green flags and Megan Kelly sealed their scoring with a point. Slieve Felim Raparees added a further goal to their score line finishing the game Moycarkey Borris 3-1 Slieve Felim Raparees 1-1.

In the Under 12 C Championship Boherlahan overcame St. Patrick's on a score line Boherlahan 5-4 St Patricks 1-4.

The Under 12 B Championship Final was the highest scoring game of the day but Clerihan's ability to overcome the Cahir goalkeeper meant that the title headed to Clerihan after the game finished; Clerihan 4-1 Cahir 0-10.

Siobhan Condon, Tipperary Ladies Football Secretary presented the cups to the winning captains, thanking each club, players, mentors and supporters for their dedication to the sport. She also thanked the referees who successfully oversaw the games. A special mention goes to Rockwell Rovers who provided Tipperary Ladies Football with their excellent facilities for day.

John West GAA Féile Peile na nÓg

Congratulations to Galtee Rovers St Pecaun Ladies Football Club who won the John West GAA Féile Peile na nÓg Girls Division 2 Shield Competition and well done to Sliabhnamban who also, represented Tipperary in the John West GAA Féile Peile na nÓg.

Munster Club 7-a-side Competitions

Two Tipperary Ladies Football Clubs travelled to Mallow to compete in the Munster Ladies Gaelic Football 7-a-side competition, Moycarkey Borris and Fethard having competed in the round games met each other in the Junior Plate Final. Following a competitive game Fethard came out on top, Fethard 2-8 Moycarkey Borris 2-4.

2018 Tipperary Ladies Football Underage Management

Tipperary Ladies Football are inviting expressions of interest for the management positions of the 2018 Tipperary Under 14, Under 16 and Minor ladies football teams. Anyone interested can submit their names by sending them to to be received no later than Monday, July 3rd at 5pm.

All Ireland 7-a-side Competition

Ladies Gaelic Football will host their Annual All-Ireland Club 7-a-Side competitions on Saturday the 23rd of September. The Junior, Intermediate and Senior All Ireland Sevens will be held in St. Sylvester's GAA Club and Naomh Mearnóg GAA Clubs. Clubs from all Counties are invited to enter this tournament. Entry forms should be sent to Lyn Savage, Ladies Gaelic Football Association, Croke Park, Dublin 3 no later than Friday 4th August 2017 and are available at