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North Tipperary Bord na nOg News
By Liam Hogan PRO

U-16 'A' Football: Ballina secured their second win following their major victory over Newport/Ballinahinch last Sunday evening. The size of their victory surprised many. As a result they are the only team with full points.

The North welcomed Clonakenny to the division when they teamed up with Moneygall for their first game of the year. However the combination's bid to overcome Kilruane MacDonaghs at Cloughjordan last Sunday proved unsuccessful. On Monday evening, Inane Rovers defeated Burgess.

Results: Round 1: Inane Rovers 2-7 Ballina 4-7
Round 2: Ballina 6-10 Newport/Ballinahinch 0-8; Kilruane MacDonaghs 5-6 Moneygall/Clonakenny 3-1; Inane Rovers 3-4 Burgess 1-4

U-14 Peil: There are three teams entered in the U-14 Peil competition for this year. The competition will be played in MacDonagh Park, Cloughjordan on this coming Saturday, March 26th. The throw-in for the Semi final is at 11am.The full schedule is- Kilruane MacDonagh v Newport/Ballinahinch @ 11am
Final: Winners of semi final v Nenagh Éire Óg @ 12.15pm U-14 Féile: Six teams will feature in this year's Féile Na Gael Hurling. Two quarter finals are planned for April 2nd. (A) Borris-Ileigh v Nenagh Éire Óg; (B) Newport v Roscrea Semi finals April 9: Toomevara v Kilruane MacDonaghs; Winners (A) v Winners (B)
Hurling Trials: U-14 hurling trials in Ardcroney at 10.30am U-16 trials continue on Saturday at 11am Divisional Football: North Tipperary Divisional footballers featured in the U-14 and U-15 Inter Divisional Football championships last weekend.

Ballylooby hosted the U-14 competition. North Tipperary played Mid Tipp in the semi final but lost by fifteen points. The Shield Final beckoned but North met a stiff test in West Tipp. Well done to the team. Many thanks to the selectors T P Sullivan, (Lorrha) and Declan Russell (Inane Rovers)
Panel: Borris-Ileigh- James McCormack, Michael Carey; Shannon Rovers- Sean Hogan, Emmet Moran, Jack McLoughney, Cathal Whelan; Knockshegowna - Padraig Brennan; Ballina - Bill Floyd, Ben King; Newport - Daniel Delaney; Inane Rovers - Brian Davis; Borrisokane- Greg McGrath, Michael Gohery, Greg Ryan; Portroe - Robert Byrne, Billy Donnellan, Cormac Keating; Silvermines - Kevin Madden, Eoin Seymour; Lorrha - Niall McIntyre, Tony Needham; Templederry - Liam McCutcheon, Michael O'Donoghue; Kildangan- Frank Flannery; Nenagh Éire Óg:- Shane Hennessy; Toomevara -John McInerney

North Tipp U-15 Football: The North side fared better when they won the Shield final by defeating West Tipp However, Mid Tipp were that bit stronger in their semi final when four points separated the teams.
Semi Final -Mid Tipp 0-12 North Tipp 0-8. North Scorers-Phelim Hogan 0-3 (1f)
Conor Ryan 0-2; Conor Maguire, Thomas Conway and Liam Duffy 0-1 each. .
Shield Final: North 1-8 West 1-3 Scorers: Conor Ryan 1-1, Brian McAuliffe, Phelim O'Hagan 0-3 each; Conor Maguire 0-1 Panel: Newport -Pa Ryan (Capt), Liam Duffy, Robert Houlihan, Conor Floyd, Brian McAuliffe, Oisin O'Reilly, Mathew Connolly; Ballina - Jamie Collins, Conor McGuire, Phelim O'Hagan, Thomas Conway, Daniel Keating, Michael Hurley, David Bradshaw, James Murtagh; Nenagh Éire Óg - Conor Ryan, Oisin Ryan, John Cahalan, Jack Molamphy; Lorrha- Sean Molloy, Ross O'Meara, Patrick Reddan. Selectors: John Kissane, Leonard Ryan, Christy McLoughlin.

U-14 Football: Meanwhile The North U-14 Football championships will commence on March 30th. The full draw is as follows: U-14 'A': Kildangan v Kilruane MacDonaghs; Newport/Ballinahinch v Borris-Ileigh; Nenagh Eire Og a Bye
U-14 'B': Group 1: Portroe v Newport/Ballinahinch 'B'; Inane Rovers v Ballina; Moneygall v Borrisokane Group 2: Lorrha v Burgess; Templederry v Silvermines; Toomevara v Shannon Rovers Gaels