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June 04, 2024

Community Games

Well done to Borris-ileigh U.13.5 team who won the community games county final at the weekend against a gallant Ballingarry team. A last minute goal by Emma Bevans secured victory for Borris-ileigh on a final scoreline of 4-08 to 3-10 after a thrilling contest between two top class sides. The winning Borris-ileigh panel was as follows:

Roisin O Hanlon ,Joanne Groome , Anna Ryan ,Michelle Meehan , Ailis Stapleton , Kate Ryan Begley , Maria Groome , Aoife Ryan ,Emma Bevans , Emily Ryan , Juilanne Bevans, Sinead Cowan , Grace Tynan , Sophie O Suillvan , Caoimhe Keane , Lena Ryan

U14 A Shield Final

Templemore and Gortnahoe Glengoole  contested the u14 A shield final last week. After an absorbing game the sides were level at full time 3-07 apiece. Gortnahoe Glengoole however edged out Templemore in extra time to win on a final scoreline of 5-08 to 4-09. Well done to both sides on a great game and congratulations to Gortnahoe Glengoole on winning the title.

Junior B2

The Junior B2 League concluded last week with both the shield and cup final taking place. In the shield final Burgess Duharra were deserving winners over Brian Borus winning by 2-09 to 1-01. On Friday evening Moycarkey Borris and Holycross Ballycahill did battle in the Junior B2 Cup final. After an exciting game Moycarkey emerged on top on a final scoreline of 4-07 to 3-05.  Eva Ralph was excellent for the winners scoring a goal and hitting her frees superbly. Emer Sheridan was another standout performer finishing with 2-01 from play while Emma and Jane Corcoran worked very hard throughout the hour with Emma also raising a green flag. 

Munster Feile Skills Winner

On Friday evening news filtered back from Killmallock that Tipperary and Boherlahan Dualla’s Neasa Dwan had won the Munster Feile Skills competiton. The Feile (u15) Skills competition has been running for decades and is one of the toughest competitions to win. Neasa who play with Boherlahan Dualla along with the Tipperary U16 team recently scored the highest to capture the county title. She then went on to represent Tipperary in the Munster Final and beat off stiff competition from all over Munster to be crowned the winner. Afterwards chairperson of Munster Camogie Christine Ryan presented her with her trophy.