Mary Halley, Greg Tobin and Liz Halley beat John Dunne, Jack O'Brien and Noel Cullen in last weeks final. Cards every Friday night at 9.30pm and all are welcome. Friday draw winners were Margaret Bray and Pat Cullen, while Donna Cowman and Angela Dunne were the most recent Bonus Ball winners.
In the Club every Monday at 8pm and all are welcome.
The final draw of the year will be held in Colligan, this Wednesday 25 September. Terrific prizes to be won monthly, including the top prize of €12,500. For further information, please contact Pat Cullen or Anne Bohan.
Football - Micheál MacCraith play John Mitchel’s in the Intermediate Championship knockout game in St Molleran’s, Carrickeg, on Tuesday night, 9 October, with an 8pm throw-in. It’s been over 3 months since Tramore played a championship match, so let’s hope there will be good support for the team for this vital match.
Juvenile - Please follow us on Facebook, TramoreGAAOfficial, where you can keep up to date with all the happenings in the Juvenile club, including training times for all ages, up to U16.
Junior Hurling - Micheál MacCraith were beaten by Ballinameela in the County Junior hurling final, played before a huge crowd, in Fraher Field Dungarvan, on Sunday. There’s always disappointment in losing a county final, but Tramore can be proud of their of their efforts this year, and can hold their heads high. Final score: Ballinameela 0-21 Tramore 1-10. We started the game slow enough, and were 0-8 to 0-1 behind after 16 minutes, when the lads settled into the game, and were 0-12 to 0-7 behind at half time. Some of our scores, blocking, hooking and sheer determination was brilliant during this period. When Shane Rellis scored a super goal after 40 minutes, we were only a point behind, but credit to Ballinameela, they remained composed, played some great hurling, and scored the next 3 points from play, and were the better team thereafter, despite the trojan efforts of a gallant Tramore side. So, Ballinameela deservedly return to the Intermediate ranks, after being relegated last year. This was still a great year for our team. Nobody could have foreseen earlier in the year, that we would reach the county final after winning the Eastern final after a tough and difficult campaign. So much was achieved, and let’s hope we can build on it next year, and go one better. We have the players that can do it. Well done lads and thanks for all the enjoyment and the fine hurling played over the past 6 months. The panel was Shaun Hincks, John Clancy, Martin Whelan, Philip Griffin, Richard Hickey, Brendan Hogan, (captain), Michael Walsh, Matthew Thompson, Sam Lenihan, William Cullinane, Craig Burke, James Walsh, Ian Thompson, (0-1), Brian Murray, (0-7), Shane Rellis, (1-2), Ben Richards, David Acheson, Dan Morrissey, Adam Murphy-Farrell, Ronan Walsh, Lorcan Lynch, James Cowman, Conor Cowman, Paudie Bradley, Pádraig Woods, Conor Lynch and Josh Malone. Thanks to the excellent management team of Declan McKenna, Colin Griffin, Gary Dunphy and Mark Lynam
Minor Hurling - Micheál MacCraith play Naomh Bríd in the quarterfinal of the hurling championship, Division 2, in Colligan on Saturday, 13 October, with a 4pm throw-in. Note, extra time will be played in the event of a draw after normal time. Let’s ensure there will be another big Tramore attendance for this important match.
|Dougie's Halloween Camp|
DOUGIE’S HALLOWEEN CAMP - Takes place from Tuesday, 30 October to Friday, 2 November at Tramore GAA. This is for players U7, U8, U9, U10 & U11. Booking by text only to 083-4055985