Grangemockler/Ballyneale GAA

Grangemockler/Ballyneale GAA

Club Polo Shirts and Hoddies

Club Gear For Sale: club hoodies all size available and also club jersey in kids size contact Debbie, the jersey is also on sale in Phelans Shoe shop Carrick.

U21 Football

The county final vs St Pats is fixed for May 6.

Tipperary Draw

This year 2012 marks the 25th year of the Tipperary GAA club draw so once again we are appealing to you for your support and by doing so you are helping the club to provide facilities for all involved. The ticket costs 100 euro for 12 draws with excellent prizes, 50% of all tickets sold is refunded to the club and as in previous years this money is split 3 ways, the adult club, juvenile club and Ballyneale field committee. If you are not a member and would like to join contact Connie Fogarty, Helen Hawe (adult club), Jerry Shelly (juv club), Eamon o Meara (Ballyneale field) or any committee member. Thank you to all who have supported the draw over the last 25 years.

Juvenile Club

Our under 10 footballers participated in a blitz in the Carrick Swan club last weekend. Our lads competed well against St Pats, Swan and Kilsheelan.

A blitz will be held under 8 footballers in Grangemockler on May 6 at 11am.

Intermediate Hurling

We played Moyle Rovers in the Championship at the weekend. It was always going to be a tough encounter against one of the stronger outfits in the division. However, although missing key players Paul Cahill and Nigel Cleere, our lads put it up to Rovers. A tireless work rate and a tough defence prevented them from scoring freely. In particular, Michael Houlihan and Enda Fogarty played out of their skins in defence. Robert Murphy dominated in midfield. He won a great deal of ball and prevented the Moyle Rovers midfield from asserting any sort of control. Captain Kieren McGuire has shown his versatility this year having switched from centre back to centre forward. He won a lot of ball in the half forward and brought other players into the game. Tom Kennedy was our scorer in chief; it was his second half goal that gave us a chance of an unexpected victory. Kennedy fielded the ball before driving at the goal and blasting to the net. However, Sean Carey showed his class to score a goal of his own. Successive Carey points earned Rovers a 1-9 to 1-13 win.