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GAA News - Friday 5 Aug 2005

Minister visits Tinryland

THE ongoing issue concerning the construction of the proposed new motor-way on part of the Tinryland GFC property at Rathcrogue was taken a step further on Tuesday of last week when the Minister for Transport Martin Cullen visited the club.
Accompanied by his Dail colleague M.J. Nolan and local councillor Enda Nolan, Minister Cullen was given a full presentation by the Tinryland GFC committee on the impact and consequences that the proposed new motorway will have on the club and the community in general.
The minister spent one and a half hours in the club and was full of admiration for what Tinryland GFC has achieved in its development to date and the service it provides to the community.
Tinryland GFC is hopeful that the minister will use his influence to ensure a positive and fair outcome for one of Leinster’s longest established GAA clubs that currently caters for over 200 members including 15 adult and juvenile teams.

WON U-14 DIVISION 2: Tinryland U14 (B) team won the first silverware for the club in 2005 when they comfortably accounted for Palatine/Asca in the final at Dr. Cullen Park on Tuesday last.
The team were always in control in this game running out winners in the end by 3-11 to 2-7.
Outstanding for Tinryland was captain Dean Farrell who received the man of the match award from Co. chairman Martin Barry at the presentation after the game. Others to shine were David Townsend, Kevin Barrett, Patrick Browne, Jason Noctor, Ruari Keenan, Cathal O’Toole, Eoin Maddock and goal-keeper James Murphy.
The full squad was James Murphy, Declan Ryan, Jason Noctor, Martin Deane, Michael Foley, Kevin Barrett, Patrick Browne, Dean Farrell, Ruairi Keenan, Darragh Townsend, David Townsend, Eoin Maddock, Patrick Brannigan, Cathal O’Toole, Zoe Curran, Elizabeth Lowry, Jack Lowry and Paula Murphy.
Three further teams from Tinryland will contest Co. semi finals in the coming weeks.
The U14 (A) squad that recently reached the All Ireland Feile final has been paired with Clonmore in the division 1A semi final. The U16 (A) squad will face a tough challenge from Eire Og in the U16 division 1A semi final on 22nd August at Dr. Cullen park while the U16 (B) team will also play their semi final against Clonmore in Tullow on Wednesday August 17th.


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