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U-14 A Hurling Semi Finals:

Holders Nenagh Eire Og face Roscrea in the North Tipperary U-14 A Hurling semi finals which will be played this Wednesday evening. The game is planned for Gardiner Park, Borrisokane with the throw in at 7.00pm. The second semi final will also be played this Wednesday evening as Kilruane MacDonaghs play host to Toomevara at Tomas MacDonagh Park, Cloughjordan. The game gets under way at 6.30pm.
Nenagh Eire Og and Roscrea met twice in the pool stages resulting in two wins for Nenagh Eire Og. The second meeting resulted in a more clearcut win. Both Kilruane and Toomevara had a victory each the first a two point win for Toome but Kilruane had a more thorough victory at Cloughjordan.
Nenagh and Kilruane should emerge winners.

U-14 B Hurling Round 10 Results
Newport/Ballinahinch 4-16 Kildangan 1-4
Shannon Rovers Gaels 2-10 Ballina 2-4
Borris-Ileigh 5-10 Lorrha 1-2 Portroe 1-7 Burgess 0-9
Templederry 4-10 Silvermines 1-2
U-14 B Hurling Round 11:
Six teams remain in the chase of the four semi-final places available as the eleventh and final round of the North U-14 B Hurling championship gets underway this Wednesday evening. Borris-Ileigh, Newport/Ballinahinch are safely through to the semi finals but Borrisokane, Shannon Rovers Gaels, Ballina and Templederry stand equal on eleven points with two of them to qualify to the last four.
The quartet has a difficult task. Borrisokane are at home to Kildangan, Shannon Rovers Gaels travel to Borrisoleigh to take on the home side while Ballina have home advantage when they host neighbours, Newport/Ballinahinch and Templederry are at home to Portroe.
Yes there is a lot to play for. A brief glance of the top of the league table shows: Borris-Ileigh 18; Newport/ Ballinahinch 14; Ballina 11, Borrisokane 11, Shannon Rovers Gaels 11; Templederry 11; Portroe 8
U-16 Hurling Championship 2011
U-16 A Hurling Round 3 Results Nenagh Eire Og 3-17 Moneygall/Clonakenny 1-7 Newport/Ballinahinch 1-12 Borris-Ileigh 0-7 Roscrea 2-18 Ballina 3-10 Toomevara v Roscrea .. Saturday 23rd Top 3 in League Table after 3 Rounds: Nenagh Eire Og 6; *Kilruane 4; Roscrea 4
U-16 B Hurling Round 3
Shannon Rovers Gaels 3-9 Lorrha 0-4 Templederry 3-9 Burgess 1-12 Kildangan 5-10 Portroe 2-4 Borrisokane 4-12 Silvermines 3-15
Top 5 in the League Table shows:
Kildangan 6; Shannon Rovers Gaels 5; Burgess 3; Borrisokane 3, Silvermines 3
U-12 Premier Go Games Hurling
At a recent C.C.C. meeting a few guide lines were drawn up for the remainder of the U-12 premier games. 1 11 aside 2 All subs to be brought on at half time. 3 Each half will be 20 Min's 4 Length of field is from the 21yard line to the 21yard line. (90 X 60) 5 Field should be narrowed in. (60 Yards wide). 6 No Solo Run. 7 A 65 to be taken from the normal 65 line. 8 There is a square ball in hurling. 9 Sub slips to be used with number and name of child coming on. Our North end games will all be played on the same day in same venue July 30.
Some U-12 Results
Group 1 Quarter Finals: Toomevara overcome Ballina and Kildangan play Roscrea this Tuesday July 19th.
Semi Finals- Both Nenagh Eire Og and Kilruane MacDonaghs are through to the semi finals joining Toomevara and the winners of the Kildangan v Roscrea clash.
Group 2 Quarter finals: Newport defeated Portroe and Moneygall overcome Silvermines and Borris-Ileigh defeated Templederry.
Borrisokane are through to the semi final to join the three quarter final winners. The draw for the semi finals will be made.
Group 3 Quarter Finals: Roscrea (3) emerged winners over Borris-Ileigh. The second quarter final, Lorrha v Ballinahinch, to be played this week. Both Shannon Rovers and Burgess stand by in the semi finals.
Group 4 Quarter Finals: Kilruane MacDonaghs and Nenagh Eire Og emerged winners over Ballina and Kildangan respectively and the two teams join Roscrea and Toomevara in the semi finals.
P.S. All semi finals to be played this weekend, complete in good time for the Four Finals which will be played in Lorrha next Saturday July 30.
Inter County Football
Commiserations to the three Tipperary Football teams to reached their respective finals last weekend.
U-16 Football (John O'Donovan Cup) Tipperary 0-5 Cork 1-9
U-15 Football (Humphrey Kelleher Cup Plate) Tipperary 0-6 Limerick 3-7
All bores well for football in the county following Tipperary's great Munster Final win last weekend.
CCC Meeting this Tuesday night.

County Bord na nÓg
Last Saturday was a busy day for our under age football teams with all three sides in action, Tipperary U14s (A and B) taking part in the Jim Power Tournament in Waterford, Tipp U15s in Milstreet County Cork for the Humphrey Kelleher Memorial Tournament and our U16s travelled to Limerick to defend their Munster championship title.

Despite their best efforts, Tipp's U15 and U16footballers both failed in their bid to land the silverware while down in Dungarvan, Tipperary's U14s ran out clear cut winners of the Jim Power tournament.
Tipp U16 Footballers began the defence of their Munster title in Knocklong with an opening round game against Cork (1) and despite starting slowly turned the tables around to finish deserving winners.
Leading by seven points to four at the break with three pointed frees by Josh Keane, two points by Michael Meagher and one each by Tom Kirwan and Dylan Moloney, Tipp clearly the better side went on to add four second half points through Josh Keane (2), Brian Healy and Paul Shanahan with one each for a four point margin win and a place in the Semi Final.

Next up it was Kerry South in the semi final and with Tipp stamping their authority from the start with the mid field pairing Colin Riordan and Josh Keane in complete control, Tipp enjoyed a lot of possession and made it pay off with a six points to one lead at the interval with two each by Colin Riordan and Brian Healy and one a piece by Tom Kirwan and Josh Keane.

Kerry South with the aid of the strong breeze made a bigger impact in the second half putting an extra five points on the scoreboard but Tipp weathered the storm and added a further four points through Tom Kirwan (3) and Brian Healy (1) for a four point margin win to gain a place in the Munster Final.
In the Munster Final at Limerick's Gaelic Grounds on Sunday last Cork (2) provided the opposition and while we produced snatches of good football we were never able to come to terms with a more slick Cork side who finished winners with seven points to spare
Playing our best football in the first half we failed to take advantage of the wind or possession generated and while we led by the minimum margin at the break, five points to four, we failed to add a further second half score despite a number good scoring opportunities coming our way.
Josh Keane 0-2 frees, Brian Healy, Dan Finnerty and Tom Kirwan with a point each accounted for our first half scoring.
Cork took full advantage and due in no small way to a superb Cork goalkeeper held Tipp scoreless while adding a further 1-5 for a seven point margin win.
For Tipp, Paul O'Leary, Ross Mulcahy, Dan Finnerty, Eoin Keogh, Colin Riordan, Josh Keane, Tom Kirwan, Brian Healy, James Feehan and Michael Connelly all stood out throughout the championship.
U16 Results
Q.F.:Tipp 0-11 Cork (1) 0-7 S.F.:Tipp 0-10 Kerry South 0-6 Munster Final, Cork (2) 1-9 Tipp 0-5
Tipp U16 Squad: Paul O'Leary (Nenagh Eire Og), Ross Mulcahy (Moyle Rvs), James Feehan (Killenaule), Dan Finnerty (Ballina), Eoin Keogh (Kilsheelan/Kilcash), Michael Meagher (Grangemockler), Michael Connelly (Clonmel Comms), Colin Riordan (J.K.Brackens), Josh Keane (Golden/Kilfeacle), Paul Shanahan (Upperchurch/Drombane), Liam Casey (Cahir), Fionnan O'Sullivan (Ballyporeen), David Finnane (Galtee Rvs),Tom Kirwan (Ardfinnan), Brian Healy (Fethard), John Smyth (Kilsheelan), Ger Barlow (Golden/Kilfeacle), Keelan Hickey (Cahir), Aidan Hanley (Ballina), Dylan Moloney (J.K.Brackens), Padraic Lourham (Clonmel Comms.), Dion Butler (Fethard), Luke Boland (Moyle Rvs), Ben Kilkenny (Ballina).
Estended panel, Brian Kennedy (J.K.Brackens), John Joe Ryan (Clonakenny), James Kinane (Arravale Rvs), Ian Flannery (Cahir), Shane Crowley (Clonmel Comms.), Jason Ryan (Ardfinnan).
Team Management: Jim O'Meara (Grangemockler), Peter Halley (Ardfinnan), Liam Gleeson (Eire Og Annacarty), James Farrelly (J.K.Brackens), David O'Connor (Borrisleigh)
In the Jim Power Tournament, Tipp's U14 Footballers were in unstoppable form from start to finish scoring fifteen goals and forty points while conceding only fourteen points over the four games on the way to collecting the trophy.
Having played a number of challenge games prior to the tournament, it paid rich dividends with centre back Danny Owens (Moyle Rvs) playing a captains part and along with Emmett Moloney , Adam Fitzgerald, Michael Morrissey, Liam Fahey, Stephen Quirke, Conor Clancy and Caolan Hennessy all finding the target with regularity, the end result was never in doubt.
With convincing wins against Clare, both Cork teams and Kerry South in the Final, Tipp were deserving winners of the Jim Power tournament.