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Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 18th July 2016

posted 18 Jul 2016, 15:28 by Michelle Donnelly

Senior Hurling
Moycarkey-Borris bowed out of the Centenary Agri Mid Tipperary Senior Championship on Sunday last in Boherlahan when they were defeated by Loughmore Castleiney.

The game opened with both teams playing very tight and it was the fifth minute before the first pointed free of the game for John McGrath, Loughmore and Rory O’Regan replied with a point for Moycarkey. Loughmore scored three more points before a shot set up by John McGrath and tapped into the goal mouth by Noel McGrath raised the green flag for Loughmore on the tenth minute. Pat Ralph pointed two frees for Moycarkey before the first quarter finished, Loughmore 1-4 Moycarkey 0-3. The teams traded two more points each and Niall Heffernan’s point in the twenty first minute meant it was just the goal between the sides. Another four points were added to each teams score line to go in at half time Loughmore 1-10 Moycarkey 0-10.

The second half opened with four points for Loughmore before John McGrath won a short puck out from Moycarkey’s Bill McCormack and he rattled the net to record Loughmore’s second goal on the thirty fifth minute. Loughmore scored another four points before Niall Heffernan pointed for Moycarkey. In the forty first minute Noel McGrath raised the green flag for Loughmore stretching the margin to sixteen points. The sides traded points again before Niall Heffernan pointed for Moycarkey but Liam McGrath increased the deficit with another goal just before the final quarter. Moycarkey added a further two points to Loughmore’s three before Kieran Morris raised a green flag from a 20 metre free. There was an addition of two further points apiece before the final whistle, Loughmore 4-24 Moycarkey 1-16

Moycarkey Borris Team – Bill McCormack; Paul Dempsey, James Power, Gerry McGuire; Pat Molloy, Rory Ryan, Kevin Moran; Chris McCullagh (0-1), Rory O’Regan (0-1); Tom Hayes, Conor Hayes, Pat Carey (0-1); Pat Ralph (0-7 (0-7 frees)), Kieran Morris (1-2 (0-1 free)), Niall Heffernan (0-3)
Subs Used – James O’Gorman (0-1) for Tom Hayes (38th), Anthony Healy for Gerry McGuire (45th), Brian Moran for Paul Dempsey (51st)

Loughmore-Castleiney Team – Shane Nolan; Lorcan Egan, Derek Bourke, Willie Eviston; Brian McGrath, Aidan McGrath, John Meagher; Ciaran McGrath, Tomás McGrath; John McGrath (1-11, 0-10 frees), Liam Treacy (0-1), Noel McGrath (2-3); Liam McGrath (1-5), Bill O’Connell (0-2), Cian Hennessy (0-1).


Minor Hurling
Moycarkey-Borris were defeated by Na Sairsealaigh Og in the Mid Tipperary Minor A Hurling Championship on Wednesday last and will compete against Holycross Ballycahill this Wednesday, July 20th at 7.30pm in Holycross.


Under 14
Commiserations to our Under 14 team who were defeated by JK Brackens in the Mid Tipperary Under 14 A Hurling Championship Quarter Final.


Under 12
Commiserations to our Under 12 Group 1 team who were narrowly defeated by Holycross Ballycahill in the Semi Final on Tuesday last. It was a very competitive game with two very good teams.

Best wishes to our Group 4 team who will compete against Holycross Ballycahill on Tuesday, July 19th in Littleton at 7.00pm.


Senior Club Meeting
Moycarkey Borris GAA Club will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, July 28th at 9.00pm in the clubrooms.


Senior and Juvenile Club Membership 2016 – Notice of Closure
Club Membership is closing on the 30th of July 2016 and for the small number of persons (adult & juvenile) who have not paid their membership, they have until then to do so. Those who have not paid their membership by the deadline are not members of the club for 2016.


Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Lidl Ireland are running an in-store competition inviting shoppers to nominate their club to receive a cash prize of €1,000. The overall winners being decided on who receives the most nominations. We would encourage all Lidl shoppers to nominate Moycarkey Borris Camogie & Ladies Football Club when they are in shopping.


Tesco
Moycarkey Borris Camogie & Ladies Football Club have been selected as one of the sporting clubs in the Tesco Community Fund. Every time you shop in your local Tesco store in Thurles, you will receive a token of goodwill to place in the donation box of Moycarkey Borris. After six weeks, the number of tokens are counted and up to €1,000 is distributed proportionally between three local causes. The more tokens we enter the larger share of the donation we will receive. Please support.


Junior Ladies Football
The Junior team were defeated by Thurles Sarsfields in the Tipperary Ladies Football Junior A Championship.


Under 16 Camogie Summer League
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris Under 16 team who were defeated by Fethard in the Tipperary Under 16 Camogie Summer League.


Under 13 Camogie Summer League
On Monday, July 11th Moycarkey Borris defeated Arravale Rovers in the Tipperary Camogie Summer League to secure their place in a Quarter Final which was played on Friday, July 15th in Littleton. Their opponents in the Quarter Final was Ballybacon Grange who they defeated; Moycarkey Borris 3-5 Ballybacon Grange 1-1. They now look forward to the Semi Final against Kiladangan which will be played on Saturday, July 23rd at 3.00pm in the Ragg Camogie Grounds.


Under 12 Ladies Football
Congratulations to the Moycarkey Borris Under 12 team who defeated Slieve Felim Rapparees in the Tipperary Ladies Football Under 12 Summer League.


Under 12 Camogie Blitz
On Saturday our Under 12 team travelled to Fethard to play in a Camogie Blitz playing Rockwell Rovers and Fethard.


Under 8
Our Under 8 team travelled to the Ragg Camogie Grounds on Saturday last to take part in a Tipperary Camogie Blitz. They played 3 matches on the day competing against Cahir and Moneygall.
Moycarkey Borris Players – Eva Ralph, Grace Flanagan, Hannah Hogan, Anna Maxwell, Laura Kennedy, Jennifer Kelly, Isobel Kelly, Danielle Moore, Ruby O’Dwyer, Ella Lee, Courtney O’Halloran, Molly O’Keeffe, Sadbh McGrath.


Tipperary Intermediate Camogie
Congratulations to Michaella Graham who captained the Tipperary Intermediate Camogie Team to Munster Championship success.

Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 11th July 2016

posted 13 Jul 2016, 04:08 by Michelle Donnelly   [ updated 17 Jul 2016, 14:51 ]

 
County Under 16 Football Champions

On Saturday last in Leahy Park Cashel, the Moycarkey Borris Under 16’s entered the history books with a three point victory over Inane Rovers in the Tipperary Co-Operative Under 16 A County Football Final. The Final was a very hard fought game with the two teams equally matched and determined to win to the County title.

Inane Rovers opened the scoring with a goal in the second minute while Moycarkey had to wait till the fourth minute when Darren Flood pointed a free. For the next fifteen minutes both teams contested hard for scores but they evaded them. Moycarkey’s goal chances saved by goalie, Shane Treacy and Owen Tynan, Inane Rovers had an opportunity which hit the post and Luke Cashen rebounded the ball but Rhys Shelly secured the ball and kicked to safety. In the eighteenth minute Kevin Hayes pointed for Moycarkey and in the following minute Darren Flood equalised another point. Jack Fallon placed two more points on the score line for Moycarkey before Inane Rovers received a penalty which they scored to put them back in front by a point. This goal however, was the catalyst for another in the following minute just before the whistle and the sides went in at half time Inane Rovers 3-0 Moycarkey Borris 0-5.

Moycarkey opened the second half as Inane did in the first half with a raised green flag by Darren Flood. In the following minute James Dillon pointed to equalise the game. However, James Synnott, Inane Rovers netted the ball and a point from Darragh Tynan meant there was a four point margin. Moycarkey scored three more points from James Dillon, Darren Flood and Max Hackett before another Inane Rovers point from Darragh Tynan. Moycarkey’s Jack Fallon pointed as the clock entered the final quarter and Darren Flood equalised the following minute with a pointed free.

It looked like nothing was going to separate the teams but Moycarkey kept the pressure on with two more points from Darren Flood and Kyle Shelly. Moycarkey were still not out of the danger zone until Jack Fallon passed the ball to Kyle Shelly who netted it giving Moycarkey a lead of five points. Jack Fallon pointed another in normal time but it was an injury time goal by Aidan Booth, Inane Rovers which reduced the deficit to three points before the final whistle sounded - Moycarkey Borris 2-14 Inane Rover 5-2

Afterwards, team captain Tom Ryan accepted the cup on behalf of the Moycarkey-Borris team from Tipperary Bord na nÓg Chairman Tom Dawson. Congratulations to all the players and their families. A special word of thanks to the mentors who gave their time so freely, Dermot Maher, Vinnie Flood, Colm Ryan, Kevin Moran and Jamie Fanning.
 

Moycarkey Borris team - Rhys Shelly; Peter Melbourne, Tom Ryan, Diarmuid Maher; Kevin Hayes, Rory Darmody, Zach Jackson; Jack Fallon, Jack Morrissey; John Kirwan, Bill Maher, Max Hackett; James Dillon, Darren Flood, Kyle Shelly 
Panel - Ciaran Kirwan, Aidan Scott, Conor Cummins, John Coffey, Brian O’Callaghan, Eamonn Martin, Bill Hackett, Pat Hackett, Paudie Gorman, Michael Maher, Daniel Brown, Brendan Looby, Shane Burke, Dylan Shaw, Tom Maher, Ben O’Dwyer, Liam McDonagh, Michael O’Donnell. 
Scorers - Darren Flood 1-5 (3 frees), Kyle Shelly 1-1, Jack Fallon 0-4, James Dillon 0-2, Kevin Hayes 0-1, Max Hackett 0-1. 

Inane Rovers team – Shane Treacy; Eoghan Bergin, Gavin Meagher, Brian McCabe; Jamie Ryan, Glen Loughnane, Kevin Moore; Brian Parlon, Enda Parlon; James Synnott, Owen Tynan, Darragh Tynan; Eoin Dooley, Vladimir Bodrov, Luke Cashen
Scorers - Owen Tynan 2-0, James Synnott 2-0, Aidan Booth 1-0, Darragh Tynan 0-2
Subs Used – Aidan Booth for Eoin Dooley (34th), Bradley Neville for Luke Cashen (45th), Conor Shanahan for Vladimir Bodrov (52nd).

Senior Hurling
Moycarkey-Borris qualified for the final of the Dr. Fogarty Senior Hurling Cup with a hard earned five point victory over their hosts Killenaule on Friday evening.

On an overcast, showery evening, Killenaule had the aid of the wind in the first half but it was Moycarkey-Borris who raced in to a two point lead early on thanks to white flags from Pat Ralph and Kieran Morris. Killenaule got off the mark with a point in the fourth minute but a Daniel Guinan goal put them in front after six minutes. This score gave the home side a boost as they dominated the next ten minutes, taking a 1-5 to 0-5 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Moycarkey reduced the lead to a solitary point with white flags from Kieran Morris and Rory O’Regan before an Anthony Healy goal in the 23rd minute put Moycarkey in front. As the first half drew to a close, Moycarkey scored 5 of the next 7 points to go in four points to the good at half-time, 1-11 to 1-7.

With wind advantage and the showers becoming more frequent, Moycarkey stretched their lead to 1-13 to 1-8 in the opening stages of the second half. However, Moycarkey would not score again for 11 minutes as Killenaule began to dominate proceedings scoring five unanswered points to bring the sides level heading in to the final quarter – 1-13 to 1-13.

Kieran Morris and Pat Ralph put Moycarkey back in front before Killenaule got one back in the 50th minute. With a tight finish expected, instead it was Moycarkey who went in to overdrive, scoring six unanswered points to assume control of the game. Killenaule would score three of the last four points of the game but were unable to breach the Moycarkey defence for a goal and at the final whistle, Moycarkey were five point winners. Moycarkey Borris 1-23 Killenaule 1-18. Moycarkey-Borris will now play Loughmore-Castleiney or Ballina in the final.
Moycarkey Borris Team – John Kelly; Paul Dempsey, James Power, Gerry McGuire; Kevin Moran, Rory Ryan, Daniel Kirby (0-1); Rory O’Regan (0-1), Chris McCullagh; Kieran Morris (0-6), Conor Hayes (0-2), John Bergin; Pat Ralph (0-10 (0-7 frees)), Anthony Healy (1-3), Brian Moran
Subs Used – Jamie Fanning for John Bergin (38th), Ailbe Power for Brian Moran (48th), Michael Cussen for Paul Dempsey (51st), Peter O’Brien for Daniel Kirby (injured, 55th)

Killenaule Team - Kenneth Browne; Stephen Browne, Paddy Codd, Jonathan Berry; Peter Kenneally (0-1), Tony Doyle, Joe O'Dwyer; Tom Heaveney (0-1), Eoin O'Connell (0-2); Steven Hannigan, Niall O'Dwyer (0-3), Gearoid O'Rourke; Liam Barrett (0-1), Daniel Guinan (1-10), Gus Browne

Intermediate Hurling
On Saturday last Moycarkey Borris and Boherlahan Dualla travelled to Holycross to compete in the Roadstone Mid Tipperary Intermediate Hurling Championship. A strong breeze blew through the ground and Moycarkey had the benefit of it in the first half. But it was Boherlahan’s Darragh Hickey who opened the scoring. Mossy Bracken equalised the following minute. Seamie Leahy, Boherlahan raised the green flag in the fifth minute and Robert Doran replied with a point. The deficit was extended further to five points when Paul Creed netted the ball. Moycarkey were dealt another blow when an off the ball tackle resulted in a red card for Jamie Fanning in the ninth minute. Phil Kelly settled Moycarkey with a point and in the following twenty minutes both teams traded seven points each, leaving the score at half time, Boherlahan Dualla 2-8 Moycarkey Borris 0-10

Mattie Ryan and Paul Creed traded points in the opening minutes but Brian Maher, Boherlahan added another on the fifth minute. Both sides traded a further two points each before Robert Doran netted the ball on the forty fifth bringing the sides to within two points of each other. Ciaran Clohessy pointed the following score and there was a single point between the sides, the closest they had been throughout the game. However, Darragh Hickey scored a Boherlahan goal in the 54th minute to put his side back in control. Boherlahan scored three more points in normal time and just as injury time commenced Ciaran Clohessy was issued his second yellow card and the side line. Boherlahan’s Seamie Leahy registered the final point to finish the game Boherlahan Dualla 3-16 Moycarkey Borris 1-14.

Moycarkey Borris team – Eamon Clohessy, Michael Cussen, Peter Kinane, Mossy Bracken (0-2), Eric Fanning (0-1), Ailbe Power, Mattie Ryan (0-1), Ciaran Clohessy (0-2), John Kelly (0-1), Jamie Fanning, John Bergin, Mikie Bergin, Phil Kelly (0-5), Peter O’Brien, Robert Doran (1-2)
Subs used – Willie Dempsey for Robert Doran (57th)

Boherlahan Dualla team – Joe Ryan, AJ Maher, Johnny Maher, Laurence Devane, Niall Manton, William Hickey, Aidan Maher (0-1), Colm O’Dwyer, Seamie Leahy (1-3), Paul Creed (1-3), Fionn MacCullagh (0-3), Darragh Hickey (1-4), Brian Maher (0-1), Lawrence Hickey, Tomas Ryan (0-1).

Minor Hurling
Moycarkey-Borris will play Na Sairsealaigh Og in the Mid Tipperary Minor A Hurling Championship on Wednesday, July 13th in Littleton at 7.30pm

Under 14
Commiserations to our Under 14 team who were defeated by Drom-Inch in the Mid Tipperary Under 14A Hurling Championship. They now look forward to a Quarter Final on Thursday, 14th July against JK Brackens in Templemore. For full fixture details check out our Juvenile Facebook.

Under 12
Both our Under 12 teams have reached the Semi Finals in their respective
Competitions; Group 1 will compete against Holycross Ballycahill this Tuesday, July 12th in Littleton at 7.00pm. Group 4 will compete against Holycross Ballycahill on Tuesday, July 19th in Littleton at 7.00pm.



 In other news the Under 12’s travelled to Paulstown Kilkenny and played Boherlahan (Tipperary), Black & Whites (Kilkenny), Naomh Eoin (Carlow) and the hosts Barrow Rangers (Kilkenny). They won 3 of the 4 games played back to back with no break they just ran out of steam in the final game. Everyone put in a solid performance in what was a 15 a side blitz and had great fun.


Cul Camp
After a hugely successful Cul Camp training will resume for all the young boys and girls. Thanks to Club Co-ordinator, Mary Shelly for ensuring that the Camp was a great success. Thanks to the Coaches who attended the camp and to Brian Fox, Tipperary Footballer who visited the camp on Friday.

Senior and Juvenile Club Membership 2016 – Notice of Closure
Club Membership is closing on the 30th of July 2016 and for the small number of persons (adult & juvenile) who have not paid their membership, they have until then to do so. Those who have not paid their membership by the deadline are not members of the club for 2016.

County Board Draw
The third Tipperary GAA County Board Draw was last Friday night in in Campion's Bar, Templetuohy. Moycarkey Borris had two winners in the Lucky Dip – Michael Nolan and Regina Hennessy. The club is encouraging all promoters to gather any outstanding monies and renew memberships for the Draw for 2016/2017. Thank you to all the members who support the County Board Draw and we look forward to your continued support.

Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Lidl Ireland are running an in-store competition inviting shoppers to nominate their club to receive a cash prize of €1,000. The overall winners being decided on who receives the most nominations. We would encourage all Lidl shoppers to nominate Moycarkey Borris Camogie & Ladies Football Club when they are in shopping.

Under 18
The Under 18 team were victorious over St. Patrick’s in the Tipperary Ladies Football Summer League.
Moycarkey Team - Megan Woodlock, Nicola Scott, Deirdre Ryan, Claire Ryan, Siobhan Carroll, Rachael Dowling, Olivia Hogan, Breana O’Gorman, Saoirse O’Meara, Rachel Delaney, Emily Walsh, Emma Shelly, Niamh Woodlock, Laura Gleeson, Dorrianne Kelly. Sub's - Nicole Gleeson, Michaela McKelvey, Tasha Tully

Under 16
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris who were defeated by Galtee Rovers in the Tipperary Ladies Football Under 16 Summer League.
Moycarkey Team - Dorrianne Kelly, Nicole Gleeson, Claire Ryan, Amy McGovern, Siobhan Carroll, Saoirse O’Meara, Emma Shelly, Queva O’Meara, Aoife Walsh, Zoe O’Meara, Niamh Woodlock and Katheryn O’Meara.

Under 13 Camogie Summer League
Congratulations to our Under 13 team who overcame Gortnahoe Glengoole in the Under 13 Tipperary Camogie Summer League.
Moycarkey Borris Team - Grainne Stapleton, Maria Kennedy, Michelle Flanagan, Chloe Cummins, Ciara Coffey, Emma O'Sullivan, Queva O'Meara, Laura Costigan, Eva Morrissey, Amy Callanan, Sophie Long, Sarah Hayes, Rebecca Hogan, Orla Ryan, and Kayleigh Ryan.

Under 12
Congratulations to Moycarkey Borris Under 12 who defeated Thurles Sarsfields in the Tipperary Ladies Football Under 12 Summer League on Monday, July 4th.
Moycarkey Borris Squad - Emma O'Sullivan, Clodagh Dunphy, Michelle Flanagan, Alicia Carney, Kate Ralph, Molly O'Dwyer, Amy Callanan, Orla Ryan, Rachel Ralph, Caoimhe O'Sullivan, Ellen Maher, Rebecca Hogan, Aoibh Carroll, Aimee Slattery.

Under 8
Our Under 8 team travelled to Rockwell Rovers School on Saturday last to take part in a Tipperary Ladies Football Blitz. They played 4 teams; Fethard, Moyle Rovers, Clerihan and Arravale Rovers and all girls had a lot of fun and developed their football.
Moycarkey Borris Players – Eva Ralph, Grace Flanagan, Hannah Hogan, Lilly Hogan, Anna Maxwell, Laura Kennedy, Jennifer Kelly, Isobel Kelly, Danielle Moore, Ruby O’Dwyer, Ella Lee, Erin Flanagan.

Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 4th July 2016

posted 6 Jul 2016, 00:28 by Michelle Donnelly

Senior Hurling
Moycarkey Borris will play Killenaule in the Dr Fogarty Cup Semi Final on Friday July 8th at 7:30pm in Killenaule.

Intermediate Hurling
Boherlahan Dualla are our opponents in the Roadstone Mid Tipp Intermediate Hurling Championship on Saturday, July 9th at 7.30pm in Holycross.

Junior B Hurling
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris who were defeated by Upperchurch Drombane in the Thurles Wholesale Cash and Carry Mid Tipperary GAA Junior B Hurling Championship on Saturday last

Junior B Football
Boherlahan Dualla defeated Moycarkey Borris in the Jim and Anne Kennedy Mid Tipperary Junior B Football Championship on Sunday last.

Minor Hurling
Moycarkey-Borris will play Na Sairsealaigh Og in the Mid Tipperary Minor A Hurling Championship on Wednesday, July 13th in Littleton at 7.30pm

Under 16
Following on from their Under 16 County Football Semi Final victory, Moycarkey Borris will now play Inane Rovers in the County Final in Leahy Park, Cashel on Saturday, July 9th at 1.45pm.
In the Hurling Championship the Under 16 B team were defeated by Drom Inch in the Ragg on Monday last, June 27th.

Under 14
Commiserations to our Under 14 team who were defeated by Holycross Ballycahill in the Mid Tipperary Under 14A Hurling Championship.

Under 12
Congratulations to Moycarkey-Borris Under 12 Group 4 Hurling team who defeated Clonakenny in the Mid Championship. Both teams, Group 1 and 4 are now looking forward to the knock out stages of the competition. Group 4 will play in the Quarter Final this Tuesday, July 2nd and Group 1 will play their Semi Final against Holycross Ballycahill on Tuesday, July 12th in Littleton.

Under 14, 15 and 16 County Tipperary Football Teams
Well done to the Moycarkey Borris players who represented their club on the County Tipperary Under 14, 15 and 16 Teams. The Tipperary Under 15 team won the Shield Final and Kevin Hayes and Darren Flood were on the panel. Kyle Shelly was on the Under 14 team and Jack Fallon was on the Under 16 team who were defeated in the Shield Final by Cork.

Cul Camp
Best wishes to all the Moycarkey Borris members who are taking part in the Kellogg’s Cul Camp this week.

Senior and Juvenile Club Membership 2016 – Notice of Closure
Club Membership is closing on the 30th of July 2016 and for the small number of persons (adult & juvenile) who have not paid their membership, they have until then to do so. Those who have not paid their membership by the deadline are not members of the club for 2016.

Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Lidl Ireland are running an in-store competition inviting shoppers to nominate their club to receive a cash prize of €1,000. The overall winners being decided on who receives the most nominations. We would encourage all Lidl shoppers to nominate Moycarkey Borris Camogie & Ladies Football Club when they are in shopping.

Enda McDonnell Tournament
Moycarkey Borris Ladies Football Team competed in the Annual Enda McDonnell Tournament, which is part of the Thurles Sports Festival and were in hard luck to be defeated by Thurles in the Plate Final.
Moycarkey Borris Team - Paula Ralph, Kelly Hackett, Helen Horan, Rachel Delaney, Rachael Dowling, Marianne Murphy, Tricia Ralph, Breana O’Gorman, Amy McGovern, Olivia Hogan, Niamh Woodlock, Megan Woodlock, Laura Ralph.

Under 13 Camogie Summer League
Congratulations to our Under 13 team who overcame Carrick Swans in the Under 13 Tipperary Camogie Summer League.
Moycarkey Borris Team - Michelle Flanagan, Ciara Coffey, Maria Kennedy, Grainne Stapleton, Emma O'Sullivan, Chloe Cummins, Laura Costigan, Sophie Long, Eva Morrissey, Rebecca Hogan, Orla Ryan, Ellen Maher, Rachel Ralph and Caoimhe O'Sullivan.

Under 12
Following on from the Under 12 Munster Camogie Blitz in Semple Stadium Moycarkey Borris Under 12 team will travel to Croke Park on Monday, August 8th to take part in the “Camán to Croker” day.

Under 8
There will be no training for our Under 8’s on Wednesday, July 6th as Cul Camp is on this week.
The Under 8 team will travel to Rockwell Rovers School on Saturday, July 9th to take part in a Tipperary Ladies Football Blitz. Team are asked to be there for 10.15am.

Tipperary Ladies Football
Congratulations to Queva O'Meara and Emma Shelly who were part of the Under 14 Tipperary Ladies Football Team who defeated Meath in the Under 14 All Ireland Final on Saturday last.

Senior & Juvenile Club Membership 2016 – Notice of Closure

posted 3 Jul 2016, 14:50 by Michelle Donnelly

Club Membership is closing on the 30th of July and for the small number of persons (adult & juvenile) who have not paid their membership they have until then to do so. Those who have not paid their membership by the deadline are not members of the club. Furthermore any person who has not paid their 2016 membership and returns in 2017, they must reapply to the club for membership and pay both their outstanding 2016 membership and their 2017 membership upon application. This notice does not apply to Under 6’s given the nature of persons joining. Please note, paid adult members are recorded on our website.

Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 27th June 2016

posted 28 Jun 2016, 01:01 by Michelle Donnelly   [ updated 28 Jun 2016, 04:23 ]

Senior Hurling
Moycarkey Borris will play Killenaule in the Dr Fogarty Cup Semi Final on Saturday July 9th at 7:30pm in Leahy Park Cashel.
Moycarkey Borris will play Loughmore Castleiney in the Centenary Agri Mid Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final at a fixture to be decided.

Junior B Hurling
On Saturday evening last Moycarkey Borris competed against JK Brackens in the Thurles Wholesale Cash and Carry Mid Tipperary Junior B Hurling Championship in Littleton. The scoring opened straight away with points for either side. But Moycarkey kept the accumulating the scores with points from JJ Darmody, John Kelly (2) and Paudie Doran before JK Brackens added another at the end of the first quarter. In the next quarter, JK Brackens settled more into the game and scores were harder to get for both teams with only one point for JK Brackens in the twentieth minute. Moycarkey in the dying three minutes scored three points; John Kelly (2) and an off the post point for JJ Darmody leaving the half-time score - Moycarkey Borris 0-8 JK Brackens 0-3.

When the teams returned to the field after half time Moycarkey had made a substitution; Ciaran Maher was introduced for Robert Clancy and they reaped the reward of this in the first three minutes when Maher successfully netted the ball twice. The sides traded points in the thirty sixth minute and Brackens successfully got another point in the fortieth just before Ciaran Maher raised the green flag for his hat trick. Moycarkey had a thirteen point margin as it entered the final fifteen minutes of the game. However, they kept the pressure on and John Kelly scored a further three points with two other points from Kevin O’Regan and Paudie Doran to Brackens two points. Moycarkey Borris 3-14 JK Brackens 0-7.

Moycarkey team – James Doran; James Whelan, Kieran Shortall, Patrick Whelan; Eoghan Hayes, Phil Kelly, Timmy Ryan; Michael Roche, Donie Bergin; Willie Dempsey, John Kelly, Paudie Doran; Kevin O’Regan, Robert Clancy, JJ Darmody.
Subs used – Ciaran Maher for Robert Clancy (h/t), Jamie Costello for Willie Dempsey (44th), Jack Bryan for Donie Bergin (54th), Jesse McKenna for Kevin O’Regan (55th), Kevin Keating for James Whelan (55th).
Scorers – Ciaran Maher (3-0), John Kelly (0-8), Paudie Doran (0-2), JJ Darmody (0-2), Kevin O’Regan (0-1), Michael Roche (0-1)

Under 16
Leahy Park, Cashel was the venue for the County Tipperary Under 16 Football Semi Final and Moycarkey Borris and Moyle Rovers were the two teams competing for the place in the County Final. Moycarkey opened the scoring with two quick points and although the sides equalised at the eighth minute Moycarkey pulled away again and went in at half time Moycarkey Borris 0-8 Moyle Rovers 0-4.
Moyle Rovers returned in the second half and within the two minutes had equalised. By the eighth minute Moyle Rovers had stretched the deficit to five points but two quick goals from Moycarkey Borris brought them back into the game. Moycarkey remained in the game from then on adding points where they could and two further goals to claim the place in the Final, Moycarkey Borris 4-14 Moyle Rovers 2-10.
Moycarkey Borris will now play Inane Rovers in the County Final in Golden on Saturday, July 9th at 1.30pm

Under 14
Commiserations to our Under 14 team who were defeated by Durlas Óg in the Mid Tipperary Under 14 A Hurling Championship, they now look forward to meeting Holycross/Ballycahill in Holycross on Thursday, June 30th at 7.00pm in the next round.

Under 12
Congratulations to our Under 12 Group 1 team who defeated JK Brackens in the Mid Tipperary Under 12 Group 1 Hurling and commiserations to our Group 4 team who were defeated by Holycross/Ballycahill in the Group 4 competition.

County Board Draw
The second Tipperary GAA County Board Draw was last Friday night in Moroney's Bar, Lisvernane. Moycarkey Borris had two winners – Rev Dick Kelly and Dinny Hayes. The club is encouraging all promoters to gather any outstanding monies and renew memberships for the Draw for 2016/2017. Thank you to all the members who support the County Board Draw and we look forward to your continued support.

Senior Club Meeting
Moycarkey Borris Senior Club will hold their Monthly Club Meeting on Thursday, June 30th at 9pm in the clubrooms. All members are welcome to attend.

Cul Camp
Moycarkey Borris will host the Kellogg’s Cul Camp from Monday July 4th to Friday July 8th inclusive. This is open to members up to 12 years of age. Application forms are available from Juvenile Secretary, Mary Shelly.

Community Games Long Puck
Congratulations to David Costigan who came third in the Community Games Boys Long Puck on Sunday last. Best wishes to Michelle Flanagan who secured a place in the All Ireland Community Games when she came first in the Long Puck Competition on Sunday last.

Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Lidl Ireland are running an in store competition inviting shoppers to nominate their club to receive a cash prize of €1,000. The overall winners being decided on who receives the most nominations. We would encourage all Lidl shoppers to nominate Moycarkey Borris Camogie & Ladies Football Club when they are in shopping.

Under 14
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris Under 14 Ladies Football team who were defeated by Cappawhite on Monday, June 20th in Littleton.
Moycarkey panel – Amy Britton, Roisin Donnelly, Emma Dowling, Maria Kennedy, Chloe Cummins, Zoe O’Meara, Zoe McKenna, Queva O’Meara, Emma Shelly, Ciara Coffey, Leah Walsh, Laura Costigan, Sophie Long, Kate Fitzgibbon, Lauryn O’Sullivan and Eva Morrissey.

Under 10
The Moycarkey Borris Under 10s travelled to Dolla on Sunday morning, 26th June for a football blitz. We played games against Thurles Sarsfields, Silvermines, Templemore and Slieve Felim Rapparees. Well done to all the girls that took part. Thanks to the Silvermines Ladies Football for hosting and to all supporters who travelled.
Moycarkey Team - Aoife Shelly, Ciara Corcoran, Caoimhe Fitzgibbon, Emily Carroll, Kate Dowling, Sarah Corcoran, Katie Lanigan, Orla Hayes, Emma Corcoran, Jane Corcoran, Aoife Maher, Lucy Callanan and Aine Cass.

Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 20th June 2016

posted 20 Jun 2016, 13:53 by Michelle Donnelly

Féile na nGael
On Friday evening last Moycarkey Borris Under 14 Hurling and Camogie teams commenced their Feile competitions and welcomed their visiting clubs Cuchalainn Hurling Club (Armagh) and Castleblayney Camogie Club (Monaghan). The games commenced at 4pm with a win for the Hurling club against visitors Westport in Littleton. At 6pm the club travelled to Cashel where they met a stronger home side. Their third round game against the club they were hosting, Cuchalainn was vital to decide their position on the table and this was fixed for Saturday morning in Littleton. Although they were a goal short at half time Moycarkey Borris fought hard in the second half to win the game with a point to spare. They now had a Cup Quarter Final in Killenaule against Oranmore-Maree. Moycarkey played well during the first half and went in level but Oranmore-Maree proved to be a much stronger side in the second half and defeated Moycarkey Borris, concluding their competition.

The Camogie Club travelled to Golden for their Feile round games on Friday evening. Their opening game was against visiting club Bray Emmets who proved too strong for Moycarkey. Local club Rockwell Rovers were their second round game and Moycarkey’s defeat here meant that they could only compete in the Shield competition the following day. The third round game was to be decider as to where Moycarkey would play their Quarter Final with a choice of Kilcolman or Littleton. On Saturday morning in Littleton, Castleblayney and Moycarkey played a tough game with the result going in Moycarkey’s favour, they had earned themselves a Shield Quarter Final in Littleton. Westport Camogie Club were their opponents and were too strong for Moycarkey finishing their competition.

Both clubs left the competition at Quarter Final stages but they still had Saturday night to look forward too as the Club’s had organised a disco for all Moycarkey-Borris players along with our visiting clubs, their mentors and supporters in the Muintir Na Tire Hall. This night was well attended and with music by Tommy Healy, a great night was had by all. A special thanks to the Feile coordinators who did a fantastic job making the Feile experience great, Mary Shelly and Sharon Ralph. Well done to all the families who welcomed players and mentors into their homes. Thanks to all the players and mentors. For full results on the competition check out www.moycarkeyborris.com

Senior Hurling
Moycarkey Borris will play Killenaule in the Dr Fogarty Cup Semi Final on Saturday July 9th at 7:30pm in Leahy Park Cashel.

Junior B Hurling
Moycarkey Borris will play JK Brackens in the Thurles Wholesale Cash and Carry Mid Tipp Junior B Hurling Championship on Saturday, June 25th at 7.30pm in Littleton.

Under 16
Our Under 16 team look forward to a County Football Championship Semi Final against Moyle Rovers next weekend at a time and venue to be decided.

Under 12
Moycarkey Borris Under 12 Group 1 team were defeated by Holycross Ballycahill on Tuesday, June 14th while their Group 4 team travelled to Kickham Park the following evening where they met a stronger Thurles Gaels side. Both teams are looking forward to their next round games.

Community Games Long Puck
Moycarkey Borris will be represented by David Costigan and Joe Egan in the Community Games Boys Long Puck in Templemore on Sunday, June 26th. The Girls will be represented by Michelle Flanagan and Enya Maher. Jack Hayes and Chloe Cummins are the substitutes for the Long Puck Competition. Best wishes to all.

Cul Camp
Moycarkey Borris will host the Kellogg’s Cul Camp from Monday July 4th to Friday July 8th inclusive. This is open to members up to 12 years of age. Application forms are available from Juvenile Secretary, Mary Shelly.

Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Lidl Ireland are running an in store competition inviting shoppers to nominate their club to receive a cash prize of €1,000. The overall winners being decided on who receives the most nominations. We would encourage all Lidl shoppers to nominate Moycarkey Borris Camogie & Ladies Football Club when they are in shopping.

Under 14
Congratulations to Moycarkey Borris Under 14 Ladies Football team who defeated Arravale Rovers on Monday, June 13th in Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary town.
Moycarkey panel – Amy Britton, Roisin Donnelly, Aoife Dunphy, Emma Dowling, Enya Maher, Chloe Cummins, Queva O’Meara, Emma Shelly, Zoe O’Meara, Sophie Long, Ciara Coffey, Maria Kennedy, Kate Fitzgibbon, Zoe McKenna, Leah Walsh, Eva Morrissey and Lauryn O’Sullivan.

Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 13th June 2016

posted 12 Jun 2016, 15:18 by Michelle Donnelly   [ updated 14 Jun 2016, 02:33 ]

Senior Hurling
On Saturday evening last Moycarkey Borris earned themselves another round in the CM Signs Cahill Cup when they defeated Drom-Inch in the Quarter Final. It was a tightly contested battle with the highest margin being four points.
Chris McCullagh opened Moycarkey’s scoring with a point but Drom-Inch quickly replied with two points from Seamus and David Butler. Johnny Ryan and Kieran Morris traded frees. Pat Ralph converted another free before David Butler added two more points on the tenth minute. In the next four minutes Moycarkey added three points to Drom-Inch’s single point thus equalising the game at the end of the first quarter, Moycarkey Borris 0-7 Drom-Inch 0-7. In the next minute points were traded before Pat Ralph pointed another free to give Moycarkey the lead. The sides traded frees again before Moycarkey registered two points (Pat Ralph, free and Pat Carey) in the twenty third minute. David Butler added a point to Drom’s score line reducing the margin two points. Another two frees by Moycarkey’s, Pat Ralph ended their scoring but David Butler added a free just before the half time whistle to go in Moycarkey Borris 0-14 Drom-Inch 0-11.
After the restart, a pointed free in the thirty second minute by Pat Ralph opened the scoring. The teams traded a further two points each before David Butler and Johnny Ryan added two more points to Drom-Inch’s score line reducing the deficit to two points as the third quarter finished. Scores were harder to come by for Moycarkey Borris and when Drom-Inch’s Johnny Ryan reduced the margin to a single point in the forty sixth minute the intensity of the game heightened with everyone working harder to get the scores and retain possession. Two more points were added to each team’s score line and in the fifty fourth Kieran Morris pointed a free and stretched the margin to two points with another point to come from Pat Carey. As in the first half the final score went to Drom-Inch’s David Butler, a point finishing the game, Moycarkey Borris 0-21 Drom-Inch 0-19. Moycarkey Borris will now play Upperchurch in the next round at a venue and date to be confirmed.

Moycarkey Borris team: Bill McCormack; Paul Dempsey, James Power, Gerry McGuire; Daniel Kirby, Rory Ryan, Pat Molloy; Chris McCullagh (0-1), Brian Moran; James O’Gorman (0-1), Conor Hayes, Pat Carey (0-4); Niall Heffernan (0-1), Pat Ralph (0-12, 12 frees), Kieran Morris (0-2, 2 frees).
Subs used: Anthony Healy for Pat Molloy, injured (34th), John Bergin for Brian Moran (50th), John Kelly for James O’Gorman (56th).

Drom-Inch team: Damien Young; James Ryan, Eamon Buckley, Jamie Moloney; Michael Purcell, James Woodlock, Michael Campion; Johnny Ryan (0-4, 2 frees), Kevin Butler; Paul Kennedy, David Butler (0-8, 3 frees), David Collins (0-3); Shane Hassett (0-2), Michael Butler (0-1), Seamus Butler (0-1)

Féile na nGael
Moycarkey Borris Under 14 Hurling and Camogie Clubs will compete in the Féile na nGael Competition this year. Counties Tipperary and Waterford are co-hosting the Competition with 10 divisions in Hurling and 5 divisions in Camogie. Clubs from all over Ireland will be visiting the Counties and local clubs entered in the competition will host players and mentors for the event. The first game in the competitions commences on the Friday, June 17th at 4.00pm in numerous different venues. Full details of all fixtures are available on www.moycarkeyborris.com

Juvenile Meeting
Moycarkey Borris Juvenile meeting will take place on Wednesday, June 15th at 9.00pm in the clubrooms. All members are welcome to attend.

Under 12
Moycarkey Borris Under 12 Group 1 team were defeated by Durlas Óg on Tuesday, June 7th while their Group 4 team travelled to Clonmore the following evening where they met a stronger JK Brackens side. Both teams are looking forward to their next round games.

Under 8
Our Under 8’s took part in a Hurling Blitz on Saturday last in Dr Morris Park. Well done to all the players.

Cul Camp
Moycarkey Borris will host the Kellogg’s Cul Camp from Monday July 4th to Friday July 8th inclusive. This is open to members up to 12 years of age. Application forms are available from Juvenile Secretary, Mary Shelly.

Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Lidl Ireland are running an in store competition inviting shoppers to nominate their club to receive a cash prize of €1,000. The overall winners being decided on who receives the most nominations. We would encourage all Lidl shoppers to nominate Moycarkey Borris Camogie & Ladies Football Club when they are in shopping.

Under 8
Well done to the Moycarkey Borris Under 8 team who travelled to the Camogie Grounds in the Ragg for a Tipperary Camogie fun day. There was a great turn out and the girls really enjoyed themselves.

Under 12
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris Under 12 Ladies Football team who was defeated by Slievenamon in the Tipperary Ladies Football U12 Championship Quarter Final on Sunday last

Tipperary Ladies Football
Congratulations to Emma Shelly, Queva O’Meara and the Tipperary Under 14 Ladies Football team who defeated Roscommon in the All Ireland Semi Final on Sunday last.

2016 Féile na nGael

posted 7 Jun 2016, 14:44 by Michelle Donnelly   [ updated 18 Jun 2016, 11:29 ]

 

 

Moycarkey Borris Under 14 Hurling and Camogie Clubs will compete in the Féile na nGael Competition this year. Counties Tipperary and Waterford are co-hosting the Competition with 10 divisions in Hurling and 5 divisions in Camogie. Clubs from all over Ireland will be visiting the Counties and local clubs entered in the competition will host players and mentors for the event. The first game in the competitions commences on the Friday, June 17th at 4.00pm in numerous different venues. Fixtures are detailed below for both the Hurling and Camogie. Best wishes to all.

Hurling
Fri 17th A 4:30pm Mount Sion - 2 Whitechurch vs. Dungarvan
Fri 17th A 4:30pm Mount Sion -1 Buffers Alley vs. Mount Sion
Fri 17th A 5:30pm Mount Sion - 2 Whitechurch vs. Buffers Alley
Fri 17th A 5:30pm Mount Sion -1 Mount Sion vs. Dungarvan

Fri 17th B 4:30pm Páirc Ciocaim Dundrum 1 Piltown vs. Cahir
Fri 17th B 4:30pm Páirc Ciocaim Dundrum 2 Balllinkillen vs. Knockavilla/Donaskeigh Kickhams
Fri 17th B 5:30pm Páirc Ciocaim Dundrum 1 Piltown vs. Balllinkillen
Fri 17th B 5:30pm Páirc Ciocaim Dundrum 2 Knockavilla/Donaskeigh Kickhams vs. Cahir

Fri 17th C 4:00pm Killenaule Carrick Swans vs. Killenaule
Fri 17th C 4:45pm Killenaule Oranmore-Maree vs. St Oliver Plunkett's/Eoghan Ruadh
Fri 17th C 5.45pm Killenaule Oranmore-Maree vs. Killenaule
Fri 17th C 6:30pm Killenaule St Oliver Plunkett's/Eoghan Ruadh vs. Carrick Swans

Fri 17th D 4.00pm Littleton Moycarkey/Borris 2-6 Westport 1-1
Fri 17th D 4.00pm Leahy Park - Cashel Cuchalainn HC vs. Cashel King Cormacs
Fri 17th D 5:30pm Leahy Park - Cashel Westport vs. Cuchalainn HC
Fri 17th D 6:15pm Leahy Park - Cashel Cashel King Cormacs 4-7 Moycarkey/Borris 1-1

Sat 18th A 10:30am Mount Sion Whitechurch vs. Mount Sion
Sat 18th A 10:30am Dungarvan Club Grounds Buffers Alley vs. Dungarvan

Sat 18th B 10:30am Páirc Ciocaim Dundrum Piltown vs. Knockavilla/Donaskeigh Kickhams
Sat 18th B 10:30am Cahir Balllinkillen vs. Cahir

Sat 18th C 10:30am Davin Park Oranmore-Maree vs. Carrick Swans
Sat 18th C 10:30am Killenaule St Oliver Plunkett's/Eoghan Ruadh vs. Killenaule

Sat 18th D 10:30am Leahy Park - Cashel Westport vs. Cashel King Cormacs
Sat 18th D 10:30am Littleton Moycarkey/Borris 2-5 
Cuchalainn HC 2-4 

Cup Competition
Sat 18th Q Final (3) 2.30pm Killenaule Oranmore-Maree 3-10 Moycarkey Borris 0-7



Camogie
Fri 17th A 4:30pm Dungarvan Club Grounds Dungarvan vs. Na Brídeoga
Fri 17th A 4:30pm Dungarvan Club Grounds Abbeyside vs. Lacken
Fri 17th A 5:30pm Dungarvan Club Grounds Dungarvan vs. Abbeyside
Fri 17th A 5:30pm Dungarvan Club Grounds Lacken vs. Na Brídeoga

Fri 17th B 4.00pm Ard Scoil na Mara - Tramore Clonea vs. Tramore
Fri 17th B 4:45pm Ard Scoil na Mara - Tramore Cillard vs. Donard the Glen
Fri 17th B 5:45pm Ard Scoil na Mara - Tramore Clonea vs. Donard the Glen
Fri 17th B 6:30pm Ard Scoil na Mara - Tramore Tramore vs. Cillard 

Fri 17th C 4.00pm The Ragg (Camogie Ground) Burgess/Duharra vs. Eglish St Patrick’s
Fri 17th C 4:45pm The Ragg (Camogie Ground) Drom/Inch vs. Westport
Fri 17th C 5:45pm The Ragg (Camogie Ground) Burgess/Duharra vs. Drom/Inch 
Fri 17th C 6:30pm The Ragg (Camogie Ground) Westport vs. Eglish St Patrick’s

Fri 17th D 4.00pm Golden Rockwell Rovers vs. Castleblaney
Fri 17th D 4:45pm Golden Bray Emmets 2-0 
Moycarkey/Borris 0-1 
Fri 17th D 5:45pm Golden Moycarkey/Borris 1-0 
Rockwell Rovers 3-2 
Fri 17th D 6:30pm Golden Bray Emmets vs. Castleblaney


Sat 18th A 11:30am Dungarvan Club Grounds Dungarvan vs. Lacken
Sat 18th A 11:30am Abbeyside Abbeyside vs. Na Brídeoga

Sat 18th B 11:30am Clonea Clonea vs. Cillard
Sat 18th B 11:30am Tramore Tramore vs. Donard the Glen

Sat 18th C 11:30am Kilcolman Burgess/Duharra vs. Westport
Sat 18th C 10:30am The Ragg (Camogie Ground) Drom/Inch vs. Eglish St Patrick’s

Sat 18th D 11:30am New Inn Rockwell Rovers vs. Bray Emmets
Sat 18th D 11:30am Littleton Moycarkey/Borris 2-3 Castleblaney 1-0


Cup Competition
Sat 18th Q Final (1) 2.30pm Abbeyside 1st Group A vs. 2nd Group B
Sat 18th Q Final (2) 3.15pm Tramore 1st Group B vs. 2nd Group A
Sat 18th Q Final (3) 2.30pm The Ragg (Camogie) 1st Group C vs. 2nd Group D
Sat 18th Q Final (4) 2.30pm New Inn 1st Group D vs. 2nd Group C

Sat 18th June S Final (1) 6.30pm Duneske Winner Q F(1) vs. Winner Q F(3)
Sat 18th June S Final (2) 6pm Kilsheelan Winner Q F(2) vs. Winner Q F(4)

Sun 19th FINAL 11am Cahir Winner S F(1) vs. Winner S F(2)

Shield Competition
Sat 18th Q Final (4) 3.30pm Littleton Westport 3-4 Moycarkey Borris 0-0

Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 6th June 2016

posted 5 Jun 2016, 15:58 by Michelle Donnelly

 
Moycarkey Borris Strictly Come Dancing

The current playing field in Moycarkey Borris GAA Club saw the benefit of the Strictly Come Dancing funds on Saturday last when two new dugouts arrived at pitch side. Teams will now enjoy the benefits of the dugouts on match days.
County Board Draw
The first Tipperary GAA County Board Draw was last Friday night in the Anner Hotel. Moycarkey Borris had two winners – Tom Kelly in the Lucky Dip and Deirdre McLeish in the confined draw.
The club is encouraging all promoters to gather any outstanding monies and renew memberships for the Draw for 2016/2017. Thank you to all the members who support the County Board Draw and we look forward to your continued support.

Senior Hurling
Moycarkey Borris will play Drom-Inch in the CM Signs Cahill Cup Quarter Final in the Ragg on Saturday, June 11th at 7.00pm. All support is welcome.
In the Dr. Fogarty Cup Moycarkey Borris have drawn Killenaule and this will be played at a later date to be confirmed.

Cul Camp
Moycarkey Borris will host the Kellogg’s Cul Camp from Monday July 4th to Friday July 8th inclusive. This is open to members up to 12 years of age. Application forms are available from Juvenile Secretary, Mary Shelly.

Membership
Membership for the GAA Club in now overdue. Anyone who has not paid their membership can do so by contacting the Senior Club Registrars Kieran Morris or Daniel Kirby or Juvenile Club Registrar Mary Shelly.

Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Lidl Ireland are running an in store competition inviting shoppers to nominate their club to receive a cash prize of €1,000. The overall winners being decided on who receives the most nominations. We would encourage all Lidl shoppers to nominate Moycarkey Borris Camogie & Ladies Football Club when they are in shopping.

Under 14 Camogie
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris Under 14 team who were defeated by Borrisoleigh on Monday, May 30th.
Moycarkey panel – Emma Shelly, Ciara Coffey, Emma Dowling, Chloe Cummins, Queva O’Meara, Zoe O’Meara, Enya Maher, Laura Costigan, Sarah Hayes, Zoe McKenna, Eva Morrissey, Sophie Long.

Under 10 Ladies Football
Well done to our Under 10 team who travelled to Holycross Ballycahill Ladies Football Club to play in their second football blitz on Saturday last. 21 girls played some very competitive games in very hot conditions. Our two teams played Templemore, Thurles and Holycross. Thanks to our supporters who travelled and to Holycross for hosting the blitz.

Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 30th May 2016

posted 30 May 2016, 13:26 by Michelle Donnelly

Senior Hurling
The first game of the Centenary Agri Mid Senior Hurling Championship was played in Holycross between Moycarkey Borris and JK Brackens on Sunday last. Many expected this to be a tightly contested battle and the first half of the game was just that. In this first minute Shane Scully, JK Brackens opened the scoring with a pointed free. Tom Hayes and Pat Ralph opened Moycarkey’s scoring with a point each. Dean McEnroe, JK Brackens equalised on the fourth minute and the teams traded three points each before JK Brackens took the lead with two points as the game entered the second quarter. Two more Pat Ralph points to Shane Scully’s single point were added to the score line before Niall Heffernan raised the green flag. This goal gave Moycarkey the cushion they needed and also, the determination for the final seven minutes. Six more points for Moycarkey to JK Bracken’s four points meant Moycarkey Borris went in at half time Moycarkey 1-13 JK Brackens 0-12.

The second half started with a frenzy of scores in the second minute the first score was a Lyndon Fairbrother point for the Brackens, just before Kieran Morris netted the ball for Moycarkey followed quickly by a Shane Bourke point for the Brackens. The next Moycarkey score came in the fourth minute, a point from Pat Carey. Moycarkey received a free in the seventh minute and Pat Ralph’s rasper of a shot rattled the net, stretching Moycarkey’s lead to nine points. In the following ten minutes Moycarkey scored an unanswered two points, Tom Hayes and Kieran Morris and a goal by Conor Hayes. The teams traded two points each before Moycarkey added another two unanswered points, Brian Moran and Pat Carey. Moycarkey Borris 4-20 JK Brackens 0-16. Moycarkey Borris now progress to the Mid Semi Final.

Moycarkey Borris team - Bill McCormack; James Power, Paul Dempsey, Gerry McGuire; Daniel Kirby, Pat Molloy, Chris McCullagh; Rory O’Regan, Conor Hayes; Tom Hayes, Rory Ryan, Kieran Morris; Pat Ralph, Pat Carey, Niall Heffernan.
Scorers – Pat Ralph (1-6, 4 frees), Kieran Morris (1-4, 1 free), Niall Heffernan (1-1), Pat Carey (0-3), Conor Hayes (1-0), Tom Hayes (0-2), Pat Molloy (0-1), Chris McCullagh (0-1), Brian Moran (0-1), James O’Gorman (0-1)
Subs used - Brian Moran for Rory O’Regan (13th injured), James O’Gorman for Pat Ralph (40th injured), Anthony Healy for Tom Hayes (51st), Tom Hayes for Rory Ryan (60th)

Intermediate Hurling
Clonoulty Rossmore hosted Moycarkey Borris in round three of the County Intermediate Hurling League yesterday evening. The opening minutes of the game were nip and tuck with the opening score for Clonoulty Rossmore in the fourth minute. In the sixth minute Moycarkey Borris equalised and this is the way the game proceeded until the twenty second minute when Clonoulty’s Fiachra O’Keeffe netted the ball. In the following minute, a scuffle in the front of the Moycarkey goal resulted in the ball crossing the line to put Clonoulty ahead by four points. Both sides traded a further two points to go in at half time, Clonoulty Rossmore 2-7 Moycarkey Borris 0-9

The second half was a different affair with Clonoulty Rossmore adding three quick points to their score line before Moycarkey added their first in the thirty sixth minute. There was a repeat of the scoring in the next six minutes, with a point each traded before the game entered the final quarter. The margin had increased to eight points before Clonoulty netted the ball in the fiftieth minute. Clonoulty added two further points in normal time before Eamon Clohessy rattled the net for Moycarkey. The concluding score of a point by Ciaran Clohessy reduced the shortfall again to nine points, Clonoulty Rossmore 3-16 Moycarkey Borris 1-13

Moycarkey-Borris team and scorers - Eamon Clohessy (1-0); Mikie Bergin, Phil Kelly, Pat Whelan; Mattie Ryan, Eric Fanning, Willie Dempsey (0-1); James O’Gorman, Tony Flanagan; Jamie Costello, Ciaran Clohessy (0-6, 4 frees), Jamie Fanning (0-2); Anthony Healy (0-1), John Kelly (0-3), Donie Bergin.
Subs – Kieran Cummins for Jamie Costello (36th), James Whelan for Willie Dempsey (39th), David Ryan for Eamon Clohessy (42nd), Eamon Clohessy for Phil Kelly (43rd injured).

Cul Camp
Moycarkey Borris will host the Kellogg’s Cul Camp from Monday July 4th to Friday July 8th inclusive. This is open to members up to 12 years of age. Application forms are available from Juvenile Secretary, Mary Shelly.

Membership
Membership for the GAA Club in now overdue. Anyone who has not paid their membership can do so by contacting the Senior Club Registrars Kieran Morris or Daniel Kirby or Juvenile Club Registrar Mary Shelly.

County Board Draw
The Tipperary GAA County Board Draw is due to commence in the upcoming weeks. Renewal notices about the draw are being sent in the post over the approaching week. The club is encouraging all promoters to gather any outstanding monies so that the Draw for 2016/2017 will represent a new year. Thank you to all the members who support the County Board Draw and we look forward to your continued support.

Community Games Long Puck
Moycarkey Borris will be represented by David Costigan and Joe Egan in the Community Games Boys Long Puck in Templemore on Sunday, June 26th in Templemore. The Girls will be represented by Michelle Flanagan and Enya Maher. Jack Hayes and Chloe Cummins are the substitutes for the Long Puck Competition.

Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Membership is now due for all members and forms are available from Helen Dowling or your manager.

Under 14 Camogie
Commiserations to Moycarkey Borris Under 14 team who were defeated by Templemore on Monday, May 23rd.
Moycarkey team – Emma Shelly, Maria Kennedy, Emma Dowling, Enya Maher, Joan O’Keeffe, Chloe Cummins, Queva O’Meara, Zoe O’Meara, Sarah Hayes, Sophie Long, Eva Morrissey, Leah Walsh, Aoife Dunphy, Ciara Coffey, Roisin Donnelly, Laura Costigan, Lauryn O’Sullivan, Kate Fitzgibbon, Zoe McKenna.

Under 12
Congratulations to Moycarkey Borris who defeated Fethard in the Tipperary Ladies Football Under 12 Championship on Wednesday last in Littleton.
Moycarkey Squad - Emma O'Sullivan, Alicia Carney, Ellen Cass, Kate O'Keeffe, Sarah Sheridan, Molly O'Dwyer, Grainne Stapleton, Rebecca Hogan, Michelle Flanagan, Rachel Ralph, Kate Ralph, Ellen Maher, Aimee Slattery, Caoimhe O'Sullivan, Clodagh Dunphy, Orla Ryan, Ellie Darmody, Amy Callanan.

On Friday last Moycarkey Borris also defeated Cappawhite in Littleton, Moycarkey Squad - Emma O'Sullivan, Ellen Maher, Michelle Flanagan, Kayleigh Ryan, Rebecca Hogan, Molly O'Dwyer, Amy Callanan, Sarah Sheridan, Clodagh Dunphy, Caoimhe Dunphy, Caoimhe O'Sullivan, Alicia Carney, Rachel Ralph, Aoibh Carroll, Ellie Darmody, Aimee Slattery, Grainne Stapleton, Kate Ralph.

Under 10
Moycarkey Borris Under 10 girls travelled to Templemore on Wednesday last for a football blitz. Both our teams got to play teams from Templemore, Holycross and Silvermines and it was the girls opportunity to show how all their hard work at training can pay off. Thank you to Templemore for organising and all our supporters who travelled.

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