Lattin Cullen



The death has occurred peacefully at St. Patrick’s Hospital, Cashel, of Nan Carroll (nee Ryan-Gar), Pallas, Donohill, and formerly of Longstone, Cullen. She is survived by her sons, daughters-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Burial took place in Annacarty cemetery.

The death has also occurred peacefully at the Beacon Hospital, Dublin of John O’Neill, Powerstown Road, Clonmel and formerly of Ballinleenty, Tipperary. A former employee of South Tipperary Committee of Agriculture, he is survived by his wife Tess, sons Pádraig, Séamus and Terry, daughters Grace and Máire, daughters and son-in-law, grandchildren, brother Ned, sister Mai, relatives and his friends. Burial took place in St. Patrick’s cemetery.

The death occurred at South Tipperary General Hospital of Sheila O’Ryan, nee Bowles, Ballinleenty, Tipperary. Sheila was pre-deceased by her husband Paddy and brother, Fr Laurence C.R.L. She is survived by her daughter Joan (O’Dwyer), son Bobby (Kildare), sisters Sr. Carmel O.P. (London) and Sr. Eithne O.P. (South Africa), Joan O’Malley (Glengar), brother Philip, daughter- in-law Sheila, son-in-law Christie, brother-in-law Paddy, grandchildren Breda, Anne, Helen, Kevin and Aidian, great grandchildren Claire, Jess, Robert and Emma Rose, relatives, neighbours and friends. Interment took place in St. Michael’s cemetery, Tipperary Town.


The A Team lost a scrappy game by 2-1 away to Killenaule Rovers. The B Team lost away to newly promoted Ballyneale. Next Monday, at a venue to be decided, the B Team will play the much delayed Division Four Shield final against St Kierans. St David’s U15 team drew two-all away to Patrickswell last Saturday.


Last Saturday, U10 girls, U13 girls and U13 boys indoor soccer teams played county finals. Newport the opposition in all three matches. Our team played very well and even though our goalkeeper made some fantastic saves Newport proved to be too strong and were winners. The U13 girls started at a blistering pace and never slowed down until the final whistle. We worked hard to maintain the lead and secure the victory. U13 boys played at a fast pace with great displays of skill but ended scoreless. Thanks to county chairman Andy Griffin who travelled from Clonmel to manage the finals and present the medals. We are looking forward to the Munster finals in Tralee on Easter Saturday where our U12 and U14 draughts teams and U13 girls indoor soccer team will represent Tipperary.


U16 travelled to Boherlahan last Sunday to play the 2nd Round of the Championship. The Girls tried hard but Boherlahan proved too strong for us. Under 6,8,10 training next Saturday, March 16, 10.30am to 11.30am.