News Digest 21 August 2013

Junior Hurling Semi Final
On this Sunday 25th August our Junior Hurlers play Skeheenarinka in the South Tipp Semi Final in Clonmel Sportsfield at 2.00pm. They played Thurles sarsfields in a challenge game last week to prepare for the semi-final. We wish Colm Dunne a speedy recovery who sustained a head injury in that game. We hope to see plenty of supporters in Clonmel on Sunday.

Minor Hurling
Our minor hurlers Anner Gaels played Cahir in the minor championship on Monday evening last. After a strong start from Anner Gaels, Cahir fought back and won the game by 2 points. This is a game that our lads would feel they should have won. They must now win all remaining games to have any chance of reaching the play-off stages. On next Wednesday evening 28th August they play Killenaule at 6.30 in Mullinahone

Juvenile Gaa

Under 12
The next game for our under 12 hurlers will be this Friday evening when Newcastle visit Anner Park. On Sunday 1st Sept they travel to Duneske in Cahir for a 12.00 throw in against Cahir.

Under 14
On Thursday last our under 14 hurlers played Clonmel og in their last group game. The game ended in a draw St.Patrick’s 2-12, Clonmel og 3-9.
On this Thursday 22nd August they play Ballylooby – Castlegrace in the South Semi final at 7.00 in Monroe.

Under 16
On Monday 2nd September our under 16 hurlers play Kilsheelan-Kilcash in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00pm.
Congratulations to Conor Clancy, Aidan Buckley and Cathal Mahoney who have all been selected for the Tipperary county Under 16 A hurling panel. This is the first time that our club has had three players together on a county A hurling panel. We wish the lads the best of luck in the forthcoming tournament.

Ladies Football
Our ladies junior team play Cahir B in the south semi-final this Wednesday evening in Cloneen at 6.30 pm. Our gaelic 4mothers team will take part in a blitz in Kilkenny this Saturday.
We wish both teams the best of luck.

Please see recent news below for more ladies football news.

Anner Park
In the coming week (weather permitting) work will commence to improve the playing surface of the pitch in Cloneen. This will involve the pitch been spiked and a 100 ton of sand been spread on the field to improve drainage. Grass seed will also be stitched in to the surface to improve the sod. This work would not be possible only for funds raised by our lotto. We encourage you to please support our lotto. You can play our lotto from anywhere in the world by clicking on “play lotto” above.

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