Achievements of young stars celebrated at Cahir GAA social

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Last Friday night in Cahir House Hotel Cahir GAA Club in conjunction with the Cahir Ladies Football Club held a function to present medals to the South Under 21 football winning team of 2019 and the ladies football under19 team who won the county “B” championship.
Before a fine gathering the medals were presented to the U21 team by team manager, John Cummins and to the Under 19 team by Aishling Moloney. Presentations were also made to the team managements by the captains while players who played for the Tipperary football teams were also recognised including the All-Ireland winning ladies intermediate football team. Presentations were also made to Pat O’Brien, former Chairman by Chairman, Larry Queeney and to John O’Donoghue (former PRO) by Pat O’Brien and to Leah O’Donoghue who was of great assistance to John in his role as PRO.
John O’Donoghue as MC ensured that everything ran smoothly while Larry Queeney (new Chairman, GAA Club) and Liam Shinnick (Ladies Football Chairman) addressed the gathering with appropriate speeches.
Barry O’Brien (Chairman, Tipperary Football Board) was a special guest and he praised the work being carried out in Cahir.


e Year star Aisling Moloney presented the girls with their County U/19B Medals in Cahir House Hotel on last Friday night. Captain Rachel O' Donnell and vice Captain Alannah Donaghy presented the team management with beautiful team photos and the girls presented Joanne Noonan and Mary Shinnick with flowers. It is the first U/19 County Title for the club. It was a joint Medal presentation night with the U/21 guys being presented with their South Medals. Club Chairman Liam Shinnick made a presentation to the club girls Aisling Moloney, Emma Buckley and Rosanna Kiely who represented our club when the Tipp ladies won the Intermediate All Ireland in 2019. Missing on the night was Aisling McCarthy who is in Australia at present and Aisling will receive her presentation on her return. A presentation was also made to Cahir GAA secretary Eddie Lonergan in recognition of all his work, in particular ensuring that the all weather pitch and lights were ready for the girls training. A very enjoyable night was had by all.

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