Lattin-Cullen GAA Club would like to offer their sincere sympathies to the following:

To John Joe English on the death of his sister Breda White, to the Leahy Family, Rathkea on the death of Liam’s brother David, to the family of John Joe McCormack and to the McGrath Family on the death of Josie.

Ladies Football

The Junior Ladies played Cappawhite in the first Round of the League last Friday April 20 in Cappawhite under very wet and windy conditions. Cappawhite came out the Winners. Training continues on Sundays depending on Fixtures. New Members always welcome.

Under 12.

The Under 12s have a break in the Championship. They travelled to Herbertown last Sunday to play them in a Challenge. Both sides showed a great game of Football. We came out Winners with final score Lattin- Cullen 6.4 to Herberstown 5.4. They hope to have another Challenge next Weekend.

Under 14.

The Under 14s had no fixture this weekend, they hope to play Cappawhite during the week to be confirmed

Co. Minor A.

Tipperary played Kerry on April 21 last in Kerry. Hard luck to Tipp on the day as Kerry were the winners. Tipp played Cork 2 weeks before that and were unsucessfull then as well. That’s the end for Tipp. Well done to Denise O’Donnell who was on the Panel.

Club Football

The Lattin/Aherlow minor combo had a good win last week over Rockwell. They have two wins under their belt and are progressing nicely. The intermediate footballers had good one point win over Cappawhite in Sololhead. Well done to all!

Well done to Thomas O’Donoghue who was on the Tipp minor football team who defeated Kerry in Munster minor football chamionship in Tralee.


Cullen-Lattin’s bid to win the Division 2 title ended in play-off defeat to Killenaule Rovers at Cooke Park last Sunday. Apart from the opening twenty minutes when Killenaule got the opening goal, this was a game in which the locals had most of the possession and chances. They certainly dominated the second half and looked to be well on their way to victory when man of the match, Davy Ryan, headed the equaliser in the sixty-third minute, but wasteful shooting and their opponents conversion of their only real chance of that period, meant that victory eluded them once again. The one match suspensions imposed on three of the team and a pre-match warm up injury were also contributory factors in this disappointing final game of the season. However, the team can look forward to Division 1 football for the first time in the club’s history in 2012/’13.

Fun Day and Summer Camp:

Cullen Lattin F.C. will hold a fun day in Aisling Park on Sunday, April 29, from 3 to 6 pm. Lots of activities and underage games. The club’s summer camp will take place from Monday, July 2 to the following Friday. FAI qualified coaches will be present and all participants will receive full sets of playing gear. The entry fee per child is €60 with reductions for extra family members.

Mount Bruis N.S.:

Mount Bruis National School will hold an open day on next Thursday, April 26, at 2 pm. All are welcome.


It is hoped to have a defibrillator available to the people of Cullen within the next few weeks. Any local people already familiar with this type of life-saving device, or interested in undergoing training, should contact Gerard Riordan.