The Club would like to express sincere sympathy to the families of Breeda Marnane and Joe Johannes who died recently. May they rest in peace.


The Draw the Joker was held for the first time in Cahir’s new pub No. 22 the Abbey. We would like to congratulate Frank Fitzgerald his family and staff and wish them and the business the very best for the future. The Jackpot was not won. Jack Kennedy won €100.00, Padraig Whelan & Tara & Regina won €50 each, Aaron Murphy, €30 and Alissa & Carol Keating €20.The jackpot is now €5,200 and the next draw is on Sunday night in The Shamrock. Thanks to everyone for your support



Congratulations to the U17 Footballers who won the South “B” Football Championship Semi-final on Sunday 13th November. The boys played Clonmel Og in Ned Hall Park and won on a score line of Cahir 3-9 to Clonmel Og’s 0-7. They led from the start and always looked comfortable in the game. They have now booked their place in the South Final against Carrick Swan next Sunday 20th November. Well done and best of luck in the final boys.

The Winter Development Programme continued on Thursday 10th November in the hall at Colaiste Dun Iascaigh. The programme is being led by Diarmuid Leahy who is the lead Strength and Conditioning Coach with Tipperary Senior Camogie. The programme is being rolled out for boys born in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. There was a good attendance again on Thursday night – this time the boys did some speed mechanics.

Congratulations to Thomas O’Donavan who has been selected for the South U14 Hurling Development Squad. Well done on your achievement Thomas. The South Development Squad will play West Tipp on Thursday night 17th November.

The U9s had their last training session on Thursday night last. They had a night of fun and games followed by a little party in the clubhouse. Thanks to Martin Halpin for organising the games on the night. Thanks to all the parents for taking the time to bring the boys to training and matches during the year. Thanks to Bernadette Coveney for all the organisation and jersey washing and to the coaches John Cummins, James O’Connor, Mark Dempsey, Dermot Joyce and of course the Manager Trevor Coveney. Most importantly thanks to the boys themselves. They were an amazing group for the coaches to work with. They boys were always so well behaved and sporting, especially when representing the Club at blitzes and matches.