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CARRICK SWAN GAA CLUB NOTES

Published 1 year ago 14th August 2021 by Editor

Our Senior hurlers had a disappointing afternoon at the office in the 2021 South Senior Hurling Semi-Final losing heavily to Mullinahone on Sunday last. Our Junior A Footballers lost out to Ardfinnan in Ned Hall Park last Wednesday. The final score was Ardfinnan 4-09 Carrick Swan 0-07. Our Junior B Camogie ladies game versus Lorrha was called off last weekend.

Our u17 hurlers lost out to Holycross by 2 points in the Semi Final of the Mid/South/West League in Holycross last Monday in a very exciting game. Holycross 2-16 Swan 1-17. Our u17s were back in action on Monday night in their opening South Championship game. We took on Cahir, in Cahir in round 1. Check out our Facebook page for the result of that game. Our u15s fell to Fethard on Thursday last by 6 points in a game where we led by 3 at the final water break. Our u15 boys travel to Clonmel Sportsfield this coming Thursday to take on St. Mary’s in their next game. That game throws in at 7pm.

Our u13 B hurlers lost out to Kilsheelan in their championship opener on Tuesday last. We played Fethard on Tuesday of this week at Paric na nEalaí. Check out our Facebook page for the result of that game.Our u13 D hurlers received a walkover last weekend. Our u13 D’s travel to Ballingarry this Saturday to take on Ballingarry at 11am in round 2.Our u9 boys welcomed St Mary’s & Ballybacon to Carrick on Saturday morning for a blitz. It was a great day out, with some super hurling played by all. There are some photos up on the Tipperary GDA Twitter account of the boys.Our u8 girls travelled to Monroe on Saturday for a blitz.

We played some outstanding camogie and all the girls really enjoyed the day. We’d like to thank Moyle Rovers for their hospitality on the day. As always, it was top-class. Fair play. Carrick Swan’s main fundraiser for 2021 has officially launched. Tickets for the 2021 12 Days of Christmas Draw are on sale now. We’ve €20,000 in prize money to give away, and tickets cost just €50. You can buy your tickets online through the CarrickSwan.com website or via any ticket seller or committee member. If you’d like to sell some tickets this year, get in contact with us on Facebook or through any committee member for more information.

Last week’s Carrick Swan lotto numbers were 02 – 03 – 10 – 25.

The jackpot was €6,750 and there was no winner. Five match 3’s wins €40 each. Next Week’s Jackpot is €7,000. The club would like to thank you sincerely for supporting our lotto. Your support helps our young players and also helps our field development project. You can purchase your lotto tickets online, here: www.carrickswan.com/lotto.

Carrick Swan would like to pass on their condolences to the O’ Driscoll family of Faugheen on their recent bereavement.

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