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GAA News - Tuesday 19 Oct 2004

Tinryland win Carlow Junior Football (B) Championship

Tinryland juniors lifted the clubs 4th trophy at adult level this year when comfortably accounting for Asca in the Co. J.F.C. (B) final at Dr Cullen Park on Sunday. Fielding a youthful team comprised of eight minors Tinryland survived an early Asca goal to run out easy winners by 1-13 to 1-4 at the finish.
As has been the case throughout the championship Paul Broderick was once again the star of the show scoring 9 points with his place kicking from dead balls once again a joy to watch. Playing against the wind in the first half Tinryland responded to that early Asca goal by scoring a cracking goal from Glen Doyle in the 6th minute and from then to the finish the boys in blue and white were never headed. At half time Tinryland led by 1-4 to 1-2 and after a strong team talk by manager Brian Doyle the team upped their game considerably in the second half. By the 43rd minute Tinryland had pulled 6 points clear after 3 further Broderick points and another from full forward Richard Whyte who worked very hard throughout the hour. Asca tried hard to reduce the defecit but Tinryland with wind advantage were gaining the upper hand
and the trophy was all but won by the 51st minute when veteran forward and captain Martin Doyle sent over a great point following a pass from his nephew Glen Doyle who was one of the stars on Sunday.
At the end Tinryland captain Martin Doyle was presented with the cup by Co. Board officer Pat Deering and the team and mentors adjourned to the clubhouse where at the victory meal club chairman Ned Deane congratulated the entire panel and the back up team of Brian Doyle, John Farrell and John Brennan.
Last Sundays win was down to a great team performance with goalkeeper David O’Neill who starred in St. Joseph’s cup win on Sunday morning steady as a rock throughout. The full back line of Peter Doran, Mark Townsend and Paul Haughney never put a foot astray while the half back line of Kevin O’Neill, Brian Byrne and David McDonough set up many attacks for the forward’s. Midfielders Mark Dempsey and Padraig Minnock put in trojan work during the hour while the half forward line of John Murphy, inspirational captain Martin Doyle and Glen Doyle were more than a handful for the Asca defence. The full forward line of Paul Broderick, Richard Whyte and Eddie Lyons was Tinryland’s trump card with the 5 subs introduced Shane Brown, Paul McGrath, Alan Nolan, Peter Scully and John Kelly also making a significant contribution to a great victory.


GAA

Tinryland Juvenile G.F.C. will hold a committee meeting on this Wednesday evening.
All team mentors should have lists of names of those intending to travel to the Australia- Ireland compromise rules game in Croke Park on Sunday next. Buses will leave the club at 9.30 am with an all in cost of €10 to cover travel and admission to game.
Tinryland Intermediates will play Naomh Eoin in the S.F.L division 2 semi final on this coming Saturday at 4 p.m. in Fenagh. The Intermediates will play the Kilkenny champions in the first round of the Leinster I.F.C. on 14th November at a Kilkenny venue with the winners set to meet Kildare champions Naas on the following weekend. Well done to Noel Scully who recently won the Tinryland G.F.C. pool tournament defeating Carlow’s Joe Walsh in the final. 32 pool players took part in the event. A ladies pool tournament is currently in progress.
Tinryland juvenile G.F.C. will be represented at the Annual Coisde na nOg presentation night in the Palatine clubhouse on this Friday evening at 8 30 p.m.
Tinryland mentors will receive the Co. U14 medals won by the all-conquering team that also were victorious at the All Ireland feile.


Tinryland Juvenile G.F.C. end of season trip to International Rules game

Tinryland Juvenile G.F.C. are offering the U10, U12, U14 and U16 teams an end of season tour to the second test of the International Rules Series between Ireland and Australia on Sunday week 24th October. Buses will leave the club on Sunday 24th October at 9.30 p.m. The cost including admission to the games will be €10 per player. All interested in travelling should contact the relevant team mentors before this coming Sunday 17th October.
U10: Jody Townsend, John Power, Richard Kingston
U12: Mick Murphy, John Maddock, George Deane
U14 (A) Cormac O’Toole, Eamonn Byrne, Mick Doyle, Pat Whelan Richard Kingston.
U14 (B) Alan Doyle, Paul Kenny, Eddie Townsend, Ned Deane
U16 Peter Whelan, Niall Barrett, Pat Whelan, Shay Byrne.

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