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Weekly News Roundup - Wednesday 6 Aug 2003

Tinryland

Under 12's Take County Title


The recent success story of Tinryland juvenile G.F.C. continued last week when the U12 team brought home the McDonalds Co. Carlow (B) championship. In the replay against O'Hanrahan's Tinryland showed a major improvement on the drawn game to run out winners on a score of 4-4 to 2-5. Darren Murphy opened the scoring for Tinryland with a goal in the opening minutes and further first half goals from David Townsend and John Doyle saw Tinryland lead by 4 points at the break. In the second half O'Hanrahan's drew level by the 13th minute but a second goal from man of the match David Townsend saw Tinryland lift an U12 trophy for the second successive year. Best for Tinryland were David Townsend, Darren Murphy, Michael Mullen, Dean Farrell, Michael Lawlor, Brian Deane, Eric Bates, and goalkeeper Lee Buggle who appeared to be harshly red carded near the end.
The full panel was as follows: Lee Buggle, Kevin Barrett, Patrick Browne, Martin Deane, Gary Finnerty, Brian Deane, Eric Bates, Michael Mullen, Darren Murphy, David Townsend, Dean Farrell, Michael Lawlor, Chris Whelan, Killian Townsend, John Doyle, Patrick Brannigan, Michael Foley, Tom Nolan, Colm Curran, Jason Noctor, Robert Stynes, John Townsend, James Murphy, Paul Costello, Declan Ryan, Niall Farrell, Adam Doyle, Jack Lowry.

Despite losing to Michael Davitts Tinryland U14s have still qualified for the semi-final of the McDonalds u14 (A) championship. If they are to progress further the team will have to show a major improvement on their performance against 'Davitts who were worthy winners of the final league game on Monday last. Tinryland's likely opponents in next Monday's semi-final include Eire Og, Mount Leinster Rangers or O'Hanrahan's.
Despite drawing with Rathvilly the U16 team bowed out of the championship last week.
On this Thursday evening in Rathvilly the minor team will be in action in the league against the home side.

Tinryland G.F.C. received good news last week when the Department of Arts, Sports and Tourism awarded the club a sports grant of 50,000 euros to develop the club grounds at Rathcrogue.

On the social side Tinryland G.A.A. clubhouse was rocking last Sunday when local band Tumbling Dice who specialise in Rolling Stone numbers gave a performance par excellance in entertaining the large holiday crowd. Lead singer Jim Siney and his 6 piece band went down a treat as they belted out numbers such as '' Jumping Jack Flash'', ''Brown Sugar'' and ''I cant get no satisfaction'' and plans are already being made for a return visit to Tinryland of this very popular band.

Autumn League

Tinryland AC have announced the following dates for the Annual Autumn League in September with all stages starting and finishing in Tinryland Village.

Stage 1 over 2 miles will take place on Wednesday September 3rd at 7.30 pm.

Stage 2 over 4 miles will take place on Wednesday September 10th at 7.30 pm.

Stage 3 incorporates the Annual Rockford Rooftile 4 Mile Race and takes place on Sunday September 21st at 2 pm.
The race is sponsored by Dan Morrissey Ireland Ltd and has a prize fund of 5,000 Euro with prizes in all the usual categories including course record bonuses.
There will be refreshments and special t-shirts for all finishers. This race also incorporates the Leinster Novice and Masters Road Championships.

Stage 4 over 2 miles will be held on Friday September 26th at 7 pm sharp.
There will be prizes in all categories and for all who complete the 4 stages.

Pilgrimage

There will be a pilgrimage to Knock Shrine on Monday August 11th. There will be an intercession for priests with Sister Breege McKenna (Healing Nun) and Fr. Kevin Scallon. Early booking essential. Please contact Eithne Ryan at 22004 or Edward Dawson at 59109.


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