2020 News

23ú Samhain

posted 23 Nov 2020, 14:48 by CLG Tulach Sheasta

Comhgairdeas to the Tipperary Senior Footballers on their historic win in The Munster Senior Football Final on Sunday. It was a well-deserved win for this group of players who have put in a massive effort for the last number of years. The few veterans with up to 15 years inter-county service blended brilliantly with the All Ireland minor medalists of 2011 and the Under 21 finalists from 2015.  They played excellent football on the day in a highly entertaining match, a fitting and emotional tribute to their fellow county men of Bloody Sunday fame. 

Mí ádh to our Senior Hurlers who put in a massive effort v Galway in the All Ireland Quarter Final on Saturday but unfortunately lost out in the end.   

Comhbhrón:  It is with great shock and sadness that we learnt of the untimely passing of one of our coaches and club member, Bryan Ringrose, after a short illness. Bryan coached with our Under 7 group from their earliest days in the club. He was a welcoming face and made coming to the field fun for all the kids and he will be sorely missed. Bryan’s son Jack is an ever present with our U7 group. 
CLG Tulach Sheatsa wishes to extend deepest sympathies to Bryan’s wife Linda, daughter Emma, son Jack, parents Rita and Paddy, his brother David, and the extended Ringrose Family.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

12ú Deireadh Fómhair

posted 12 Oct 2020, 13:42 by CLG Tulach Sheasta

Faoi 6: Our U/6 groups had their final training session of the year on Saturday last. There was fierce excitement from each individual pod group when they discovered they were all getting a medal to mark their first year at the club. This bunch made history by being the very first group of kids in the club to have their first training sessions online during the lockdown.  Since then, they have gone from strength to strength, training every week and playing blitzes along the way. They have all been fantastic and we look forward to seeing more of them in the years to come. Thanks to all the parents for taking the time to bring the children training and to all the coaches for the great work they do in teaching the children the skills, while also having loads of fun along the way. Medals were presented separately in each group by individual coaches in line with Level 3 guidelines.

Comhbhrón:  CLG Tulach Sheasta extends sympathy to the family of the late Billy Bradshaw. Billy was a popular member of the community, was renowned as a skilled tradesman and became involved in many local clubs and organisations. He became particularly well known for his association with the Newport Drama Group and helped produce many plays.  He was a keen follower of hurling and he served as a member of the Newport GAA committee in 1974 and '75. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

28ú Meán Fomhair

posted 28 Sept 2020, 13:20 by CLG Tulach Sheasta

Iomáint Faoi 12: Hard luck to our Under 12A Hurlers who were just pipped by a very strong Durlas Óg team in their County Semi-Final on Sunday. Both teams gave an outstanding display of skill and commitment and produced a game of outstanding quality and excitement throughout. The teams were level at full time on a scoreline of Newport 2-11 to Durlas Og  3-08.  They were level again at half time in extra time, before eventually Durlas Óg got the vital scores to win on a scoreline of 5-07 to 2-13. We would like to thank both the players and the management team for their commitment throughout the year. The players gave it absolutely everything and can be very proud of their display in the county semi-final and in their achievement of winning the club's first ever under 12 A Hurling North title this year 

Peil Sóisir : Hard luck to our Junior Footballers who were beaten in their North Semi-Final match v Ballina on Sunday evening on a scoreline of  3-14 to 3-06.

Mionúir: We would like to wish our Minor Footballers the best of luck in their North Semi- Final v Moneygall which is due to be played this Wednesday evening. 

Faoi 14 : Hard luck to our Under 14 Footballers who were beaten by Ballina in the North A Championship on Saturday on a scoreline of 3-09 to 3-03. They now progress to the North A Plate competition.

Peil Faoi 12: Our Under 12 Group C & D Footballers had a good win’s over Lorrha & Borrisokane respectively in their 1st round games of the North championship last week.  

Comhbhrón:  It is with saddened hearts that we learned of the passing of the late Joan Flanagan R.I.P., mother of our Development Officer James Flanagan and also mother of the late Geraldine Floyd. On behalf of everyone at C.L.G. Tulach Sheasta, we extend our deepest sympathy to her sons James, Patrick and Martin, daughter Siobhan Ryan, her daughter in law Edel, sons in law Jim and Patrick, grandchildren, sisters and extended family. Ar dheis Lámh Dé go raibh a hanam.

21ú Meán Fómhair

posted 21 Sept 2020, 14:56 by CLG Tulach Sheasta

Iomáint Faoi 12: We would like to wish our Under 12 Hurlers the very best of luck in their County Semi-Final v Durlas Óg in Annacarthy on Saturday @ 1:00 PM.

Iomáint Shóisireach : Hard luck to our Junior Hurlers who lost their North Semi-Final v Silvermines in Kilcolman last Saturday by 1-18 to 0-19. We would like to thank both the management team & the players for the huge effort & commitment they put in throughout the year.

Peil Sóisir : We would like to wish our Junior Footballers the best of luck in their North Semi-Final match v Ballina this Sunday in Portroe @ 5:00 PM.

Mionúir: We would like to wish our Minor Footballers the best of luck in their North Semi- Final this coming weekend against Moneygall or Lorrha Rovers. 

Peil Faoi 16 : Congratulations to our Under 16 footballers who beat Silvermines in their 1st round game of the North A Championship last Saturday evening on a scoreline of 2-06 to 0-08 points.

Faoi 14 : We would like to wish our Under 14A Footballers the best of luck in their opening game of the North A Championship v Ballina in Lacken Park on Saturday.

Peil Faoi 12: Our Under 12 Group D Footballers play Borrisokane in the first round of the championship this Tuesday evening. The Under 12 Group C team play Lorrha in their first game in the championship this Saturday in Lacken Park.

Crannchur Thiobraid Árann : Congratulations to our three winners in the Tipp Draw held last Friday evening. Michael Coffey, Cragg won € 1,000 and both Tommy Ryan Bán, Cragg & Pa Hickey, Clonbonny won € 500 each.

 Comhgairdeas: Congratulations to both Kiladangan & Mullinahone on winning their respective county finals this weekend. Also hard luck to both Loughmore / Castlelainey and Lorrha who put in great performances and did their clubs proud in both finals.

 Comhbhrón:  It is with saddened hearts that we learned of the passing of the late John Coffey (RIP) father of Maria, Betty, Celine, John, Pat and Ailbe. On behalf of everyone in C.L.G. Tulach Sheasta we'd like to extend our deepest sympathy to the Coffey Family.

14ú Meán Fómhair

posted 14 Sept 2020, 06:49 by CLG Tulach Sheasta

Iomáint Shóisireach :  We would like to wish our Junior Hurlers the very best of luck in The North Semi-Final v Silvermines in Kilcolman this Saturday @ 5:00 PM.

Crannchur Thiobraid Árann : This week is the last chance to join the Tipperary Draw with the first draw due to take place this Friday evening Sept. 18th. There is a total prize fund of € 500K to be won in 11 draws over 8 months from Sept. 2020 to April 2020, with € 65,000 in prizes up for grabs including two cars in the first draw. There will be a car plus € 25,000 in prizes to be won every three weeks after the first draw. If you would like to join the draw, please contact Martin Kennedy on 086 1970583 or any committee member. 

7ú Meán Fomhair

posted 7 Sept 2020, 12:49 by CLG Tulach Sheasta

Faoi 12: It was an historic day for Newport GAA when our Under12 'A' hurling team beat Borrisoleigh in a thrilling North Final in Dolla. This is the first ever U12A title for the club. It was a tight match the whole way through. Newport got the first score of the game through a Conor McLoughlin free. Borrisoleigh replied with a free of their own to level it up before a Cormac Shanahan point put Newport back in front. Borrisoleigh got the next two scores to leave them ahead by one point at the first water break. Conor McLoughlin levelled it up again with a 65 soon after the water break. Newport then edged their way in front with a further two points from Cormac Shanahan and Ollie Roche also got on the score sheet to put Newport two points up coming to the half time break. Borrisoleigh came back again though and reduced the lead to one again just before the break. Borrisoleigh levelled things up soon after half time. The crucial score of the match came just before the second water break when Cormac Shanahan found the back of the net to give Newport the lead 1-6 to 0-6. The Newport lads were determined to drive on and make history at this stage. They increased the lead with another Cormac Shanahan point soon after the restart. Borrisoleigh were not giving up though and reduced the deficit to a goal when they pointed soon after Newport’s score. In the last few minutes there was some heroic defending from the Newport boys, Luke McIntyre in goal made some vital stops. Kevin Fitzpatrick and Cathal McNamara were outstanding in the full back line. There was some great clearances from our half back line of Ryan O’Donnell and Conor McLoughlin. Our midfield duo of Charlie Tobin and Harry Noone were up and down the pitch all day. The work rate of Ollie Roche and Colm Ryan was vital on the day and up front Ben Morgan and Cormac Shanahan never gave the Borrisoleigh backs a moment's rest. The fresh legs and energy provided by Micheál Shanahan and Harry McKeogh when they came on for the second half was a huge factor in getting the team over the line in the end. Borrisoleigh fought to the very end and can be proud of their performance. Well done to the Newport lads who did their club proud on this historic first ever U12A North title. This team reached the U12C final last year in football and hurling and were determined to go one better this year at 'A' level. They now go on to compete for a county title later in the month. Best of luck in that boys and congratulations on a superb performance.

 Iomáint Sinsir:  Hard luck to our Senior Hurlers who came up just short in the County Semi Final v Mullinahone in Semple Stadium on Saturday on a scoreline of 1-22 to 1-21.  We would like to sincerely thank the Manager Tom Moylan, Coach Joe Quaid, the rest of the management team and most especially the players for all the effort they put in this year in training and on the field of play. While you may not have won any silverware, you did both yourselves, your families and club proud and you brought a lot of joy to the people of the parish in what has been a difficult year for many.

Iomáint Shóisireach :  Hard luck to our Junior Hurlers who lost out to Portroe in their final group match in Lacken Park on Friday evening on a scoreline of 2-11 to 0-12. Despite this defeat they have qualified for the North Semi Final which will be played on this Saturday 12th with the opposition yet to be confirmed.

Mionúir: We would like to wish our Minor Footballers the best of luck in their opening championship match V Kilruane MacDonaghs which is due to be played this Saturday in Cloughjordan @ 2:30PM.

Faoi 16: Our Under 16 hurlers played Ballinahinch /Templederry in the North Plate Final on this Monday evening. An impressive first half display laid the groundwork for a good 3-18 to 3-11 victory, just reward for their endeavours over the past few months. Well done to players and management.

Faoi 14: Hard luck to our Under 14 Group 'B' Team who despite a heroric performance lost out to Lorrha in the North Semi Final last Thursday evening on a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-10 after extra time. We would like to thank both the players and the management team for all their efforts throughout the year. Attention will now turn to the football championship which will be commencing shortly. 

Crannchur Thiobraid Árann : The Tipperary Draw is back again with over €500K in prizes to be won in 11 draws over 8 months from Sept. 2020 to April 2020. The first draw takes place on Sept 18th with €65,000 in prizes up for grabs including two cars. There will be a car plus € 25,000 in prizes to be won every three weeks after the first draw. If you would like to join the draw, please contact Martin Kennedy on 086 1970583 or any committee member. 

31ú Lúnasa

posted 31 Aug 2020, 13:52 by CLG Tulach Sheasta

Iomáint Sinsir:  Congratulations to our Senior Hurlers and the management team who put in an outstanding performance on their way to a 1-29 to 0-09 victory over Silvermines in the County Quarter Final of the Seamus O Riain Cup. We would like to wish them the very best of luck in the County Semi Final v Mullinahone this Saturday in Semple Stadium @ 1:30 PM.

Iomáint Shóisireach:  Well done to our Junior Hurlers who had a good win over Moneygall in their North Championship match in Moneygall last Friday evening on a scoreline of 1-21 to 1-14.

Faoi 16: Our Under 16 hurlers beat Kiladangan in the semi-final of the North U16 Plate competition on a scoreline of 3-12 to 2-10. They now play local rivals Ballinahinch /Templederry in the Plate final. We are awaiting confirmation of a date for this fixture. 

Faoi 14: Both of our Under 14 teams were in action last week with mixed results. The Group B team recorded a comfortable win over Ballinahinch / Templederry in the North Quarter Final match and now play Lorrha in the North Semi Final this Thursday evening @ 6:00 PM in Moneygall. The group D team were beaten by Kilruane MacDonaghs in their county championship game.  

Faoi 12:  Our Under 12 Group A team had a good win in the Quarter Final of the North Championship v Nenagh. All our Under 12 Teams play North Semi–Finals this week. Our Group A & D teams play Ballina, while our Group C team play Shannon Rovers.  

Crannchur Thiobraid Árann : The Tipperary Draw is back again with over €500K in prizes to be won in 11 draws over 8 months from Sept. 2020 to April 2021. The first draw takes place on Sept 18th with €65,000 in prizes up for grabs including two cars. There will be a car plus €25,000 in prizes to be won every three weeks after the first draw. If you would like to join the draw, please contact Martin Kennedy on 086 1970583 or any committee member. 

24ú Lúnasa

posted 22 Aug 2020, 08:00 by CLG Tulach Sheasta   [ updated 24 Aug 2020, 14:29 ]

Iomáint Sinsir:  We would like to wish our Senior Hurlers and the management team the very best of luck in the County Quarter Final of the Séamus Ó'Riain Cup v Silvermines in Nenagh on Sunday at 2:00PM.

Iomáint Shóisireach :  Well done to our Junior Hurlers who put in a great performance v Kiladangan in their North Championship match in Puckane last Sunday evening. It ended all square on a scoreline of 1-14 to 0-17.

Faoi 16: Our Under 16 hurlers played Kiladangan in the semi-final of The North U16 Plate competition on Monday evening and came away with a 3-12 to 2-10 victory. Best of luck in the final. 

Faoi 14: The under 14 Group D team played JK Brackens in their county championship match on Sunday evening. They lost out in the end on a score-line of 4-05 to 2-06. The Group B Team play Ballinahinch / Templederry in the north quarter final in Shalee on Thursday 27th @ 6:45 PM. The Group D team travel to Cloughjordan to play Kilruane MacDonaghs on the same evening.

 Faoi 12: Our Under 12 Group A play Nenagh in the Quarter Final of the North Championship on this Tuesday evening with the winners progressing to play Ballina in the semi-final next Tuesday Sept 1st. Our Group C & D teams both have North Semi Final games on Sept 1st also. 

 Crannchur Thiobraid Árann : The Tipperary Draw is back again with over €500,000 in prizes to be won in 11 draws over 8 months from Sept. 2020 to April 2020. The first draw takes place on Sept 18th with € 65,000 in prizes up for grabs including two cars. There will be a car plus €25,000 in prizes to be won every three weeks after the first draw. If you would like to join the draw, please contact Martin Kennedy on 086 1970583 or any committee member. 

Comórtas Gailf  : We would like to thank everyone who took part in our Golf Classic last Friday. Special thanks to our main sponsors Brian Healy Electrical Ltd and Sentio without whose support it would not be possible to run the event. Congratulations to our winners on the day: . 1st Team Mike Ryan 94 points; 2nd Team Kevin O’Brien 91 Points and 3rd Team Noel Ryan 90 Points. The winner of the 4 Ball in Nenagh Golf Club for the best club player was Bryan Nolan. The winners will be given their prizes during the week as the club felt it was not possible to run a presentation evening and keep in line with current Government Covid 19 guidelines.

17ú Lúnasa

posted 17 Aug 2020, 14:30 by Denis Floyd

Iomáint Sinsir:  Congratulations to the Seniors who won their final Group match in the Seamus O'Riain Cup in a well contested game against Sean Treacys on a scoreline of 2-15 to 1-14. They have qualified for the County Quarter Finals which are due to take place on the weekend of August 29th as group winners.

Iomáint Shóisireach :  We would like to wish our Junior Hurlers the best of luck in  their North Championship match v Kiladangan in Puckane this Saturday evening @ 7:00 PM.

Faoi 16: Our Under 16 hurlers had a good win last week in their final group match V Ballinahinch / Templederry in Shallee on a scoreline of 1-12 to 1-09. Unfortunately they lost by a single point to Lorrha on this Monday evening in their North Quarter Final.  

Faoi 14: Our under 14 Group B team got the better of Lorrha in a well contested game last Thursday evening in Lorrha on a scoreline of 2-11 to 2-07. They play their final group match v Ballinahinch / Templederry in Lacken Park @7:15PM this Thursday evening.

 Faoi 12: Our Under 12 Group A & C teams both had home games v Toomevara & Borrisoleigh respectively last Monday evening in two well contested games. The Group A team lost out by the narrowest of margins on a scoreline of 1-07 to 1-06. The Group C team won on a scoreline of 3-03 to 3-01. The Group A & D teams play Kilruane MacDonaghs, while the Group C team play Shannon Rovers in their final group matches on this Tuesday evening.  The Group A team have been drawn v Nenagh in the North Quarter final next Tuesday August 25th @ 6:45 PM in Nenagh. The C & D teams have been drawn in the North Semi Finals which are due to be played on Sept 1st

10ú Lúnasa

posted 10 Aug 2020, 13:07 by Denis Floyd

Iomáint Sinsir:  The Seniors maintained their 100% record in the Seamus O'Riain Cup with a great win over Mullinahone last Saturday evening in Golden on a scoreline of 4-13 to 2-15. They face our neighbours Sean Treacys in their final group match this Sunday evening in Dolla @ 6:30 PM.

Iomáint Shóisireach : Congratulations to our Junior Hurlers who put in a great performance last Sunday morning in their second round game v Lorrha  on their way to a 2-16 to 0-16  victory.

Faoi 16: Our Under 16 hurlers put in a great performance v Burgess in their third-round group match. The game ended all square on a scoreline of 2-10 each in a highly entertaining game with some excellent passages of play from both teams throughout the game. They then played local rivals Ballinahinch / Templederry in their final group match on Monday evening of this week. Final score: Newport 2-13  Ballinahinch/Templederry 2-10

Faoi 14: Our under 14 Group B team recorded a good win v Roscrea in Lacken Park last Thursday evening on a scoreline of 1-12 to 2-07. Both our Group B & D Teams are away to Lorrha and Emly respectively this Thursday evening. 

Faoi 12: Our Under 12 Group A team lost out to Borrisoleigh on a scorelone of 3-06 to 1-04. The Group C team lost out to a good Portroe team on a scoreline of  6-05 to 1-04. The Group D team won their game v Kiladangan by a single point on a scoreline of 4-08 to 5-04.  Our Group A & C teams had home games v Toomevara & Borrisoleigh respectively on Tuesday evening. The Group A & D teams have their final group matches at home V Kilruane MacDonaghss next Tuesday evening August 18th with the first game due to start @ 7:00 PM.

 Faoi 10: Our under 10s had three teams In Ballina for a blitz on Saturday morning and enjoyed a great challenge against Ballina U10’s. There was some fantastic hurling from all sides. Thanks to all who  attended and to Ballina GAA for their hospitality. 

Faoi 6: Our U6 boys and girls had their first Go-Game on Saturday morning in Ballina. 30 players lined out for the first time for their club and had a great morning of fun and games in glorious sunshine.  Thanks to the coaches for organising and to the parents for attending.  Thanks to Ballina GAA for hosting a well organised blitz. The future is bright .

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