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Lotto Results 1th and 22nd January 2018

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Tinryland GFC Lotto Results 22/1/2018

Numbers 1,21,22,28

No Winner of €10,000 Jackpot

€25 Draw Winners

  1.  Maureen Byrne

  2.  David Byrne

  3. Audrey Doyle

  4.  Larry Lennon

Promoters’ Prize Mick Murphy



Tinryland GFC Lotto Results 15/1/2018

Numbers 7,14,15,18

No Winner of €10,000 Jackpot

€25 Draw Winners

  1. Helen Whelan

  2. Sean Byrne

  3. Johnny Brenan Jnr

  4. Jimmy Byrne

Promoters’ Prize James Dempsey

 

Tinryland G.F.C. Notes for 10th January 2018

posted 13 Jan 2018, 12:43 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

                           

There was deep sadness among many club members in the lead up to Christmas when the death of former leading club player Enda Smyth was announced on Tuesday 19th December.

Enda who was in his 85th year and was a native of Meath joined the club when he first came to work at Carlow sugar factory in the late 1950’s. Donning the midfield jersey he gave many sterling performances in the Tinryland and Carlow colours and he featured on the very good Carlow team of 1962 that narrowly lost the national league semi-final to then All Ireland champions Down. He was a member of the Tinryland team that won the Carlow S.F.L. in 1961 and when he retired from playing the game he maintained his links with the club through the many friends he had made over the years. At his funeral in Graiguecullen on Thursday 21st December Tinryland club members provided a guard of honour with the blue and white jersey placed on his coffin together with the Carlow Jersey and Co. Carlow rugby football club colours. Following his requiem Mass Enda was laid to rest at The Hill Of Slane in his native county of Meath.

The following sub-committees were formed following the January executive meeting of the club last week:  Football: Ned Deane, Cormac Walshe, Peenie Whelan, Bernard Mullen, Niall Barrett, Willie Power plus a selector from each junior team.

Development: Ger Broderick, Peenie Whelan, Niall Barrett, George Deane, Enda Dunican

Maintenance: George Deane, Jimmy Curran, John McCullough, Nicholas Ryan, John Brennan, Bernard Mullen.

Finance: Ger Broderick, Mary Doyle, Michael Hynds

Events: Mark Morrissey, Cormac Walshe, Alan Doyle, Willie Power, Peenie Whelan

Sponsorship: Jimmy Curran, Ger Broderick, Brian Deane, John Brennan, Mick Murphy

Lotto: John McCullough, Cormac Walshe, Cora O’Reilly, Peenie Whelan

Bar & Social: David O’Neill, Shane O’Neill, Michael Hynds, John Murphy

Dinner dance: Eamonn Byrne, John McCullough, Brian Deane, Cormac Walshe plus 2 members from Bennekerry-Tinryland ladies club.

1967/69 re-union committee: Liam Byrne, David Byrne, David Power, Pat Foster, Eamonn Byrne, Mick Murphy

Tickets for the 2018 Dinner dance in conjunction with Bennekerry-Tinryland ladies G.F.C. will be available shortly

Tinryland GFC Lotto Results 1/1/2017

posted 5 Jan 2018, 09:40 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

Tinryland GFC Lotto Results 1/1/2017

Numbers 9,17,26,30

No Winner of €10,000 Jackpot

€25 Draw Winners

  1. Tracey Doyle

  2. Glen Doyle

  3. Tommy C/O Mick Murphy

  4. Marion Jeaney

Promoters’ Prize Caroline Fields

Christmas Lotto Results

posted 21 Dec 2017, 01:39 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

Tinryland GFC Lotto Results 18/12/2017

Numbers 8,12,17,23

No Winner of €10,000 Jackpot

€25 Draw Winners

1.       Jim Sheehan

2.       Carmel Lynch

3.       Blaine Harmon

4.       Michael O’Reilly

Promoters’ Prize Bar Staff

€100 Christmas Draw Winners  

Aoife Farrell

Paul Quinlan

Karen Woods

Carmel Lynch

€25 Christmas Draw Winners – Promoters

  1. Cora O Reilly,

  2. Ciaran Townsend

  3. Ciaran Townsend

  4. Peenie Whelan

Enda Smyth RIP - Funeral Arrangements

posted 19 Dec 2017, 12:57 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

Enda Smyth, St. Fiacc's House, Graiguecullen, formerly of Pembroke, Carlow and originally of Robinstown, Kilskyre, Kells, Co. Meath died peacefully in the loving care of St. Fiacc's House.

Sadly missed by his brothers Sean and Jim, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, grand-nieces, grand-nephews, relatives and many good friends.

Rest in Peace.

Reposing at St. St. Fiacc’s House, Graiguecullen from 2pm on Wednesday with prayers at 6pm. Removal on Thursday to St. Clare’s Church, Graiguecullen to arrive for funeral Mass at 10am. Burial afterwards in Hill of Slane, Co. Meath at 2.30pm approx.

 

Family flowers only, please, donations in lieu to St. Fiacc’s House.

“Reaching Out” Magazine

posted 15 Dec 2017, 11:21 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com   [ updated 15 Dec 2017, 11:27 ]

 By Eamonn Byrne    

                                 

The 22nd annual Tinryland parish magazine “Reaching Out” will be published on Saturday next 16th December.

The editor Maureen Byrne and Clem Delaney (Design and layout) have combined to produce another gem covering a wide variety of parish events past and present.

Once again Tinryland G.F.C. features prominently in “Reaching Out” with extensive records and many photographs of a very busy year at both adult and juvenile level. Tinryland’s great win in the U21 championship is featured as are the many good performances by the juvenile section of the club. Sport in general is covered extensively with Liam Byrne the team captain taking a nostalgic look back on Tinryland’s first u21 football title 50 years ago in 1967. The magazine also reports on a successful year for the athletic club, the handball club and Bennekerry-Tinryland ladies football club who won a 3rd successive S.F.C. in 2017.

This years “Reaching Out” again features contributions from both regular and new writers with many photographs from local photographer Jenny McCullough and others highlighting a very busy year in Tinryland parish.

Recently returned St. Patrick’s Kiltegan Missionary priest Fr. Eamonn Hayden is profiled by Liam Byrne while local musicians Paschal Tomlinson and Pat Kelly are featured after a lifetime in the entertainment business.

There are articles to interest all tastes with historical items by Conor Byrne on the recently revamped Linkardstown graveyard and an article by Carlow museum curator Dermot Mulligan on St. Willibrord patron Saint of Luxembourg who was based in Tinryland parish at Garryhundon from 678 AD to 690 AD.

The magazine includes season’s greetings from the priests of the parish and a report from the local Tinryland national school by the principal Orlaith Hennessy

The major success stories in the parish during the year are featured including Amy Broderick’s great win at the World Irish dancing championships in Belfast and John Murphy’s superb victory at the national u21 ploughing championships. Cormac Kelly’s triathlon exploits and Robert O’Neill’s success at Crufts dog show are also featured in “Reaching Out” 2017.

Reaching Out also includes a full list of parish records for 2017 and should prove to be a valuable historical tool in the future.

“Reaching Out” 2017 is available at Deane’s Newsagents Barrack St.  Carlow, Rath’s Londis Superstore Pollerton, Tinryland N.S., Tinryland Church and Tinryland G.A.A. club. It should prove to be a nice enjoyable read over the holiday period at the bargain price of €5.

Members Christmas Night 18th December

posted 12 Dec 2017, 11:27 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

Monday 18th December -  Members Christmas Night, Christmas Lotto and Hamper Draw will take place. We request all members to attend and support your club.

AGM and Christmas Notes

posted 6 Dec 2017, 08:52 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

               By Eamonn Byrne

There was a large attendance at the Tinryland G.F.C. Annual general meeting held in the clubhouse on Monday 4th December. Outgoing officers Mick Murphy (Chairman) and Enda Dunican (Secretary) reflected on a mixed year in 2017 with the winning of the U21 championship the highlight. Treasurer Ger Broderick produced a very comprehensive financial report that highlighted the huge cost and large effort it takes to keep a club of Tinryland’s size alive while the meeting was also addressed by club president Brendan Hayden. Looking forward to 2018 chairman Mick Murphy asked for an even greater effort from both players and committee stating that it was his greatest wish to see the senior team successful once again. It is now 37 years since Tinryland won a Carlow S.F.C.  Tributes were paid to the juvenile section of the club for their great efforts in 2017 while the club members who passed away during the year were also remembered at the meeting.

Elected: President Brendan Hayden. Vice Presidents: Fr Tom Little, Joe O’Gorman. Chairman: Mick Murphy, Vice Chairman: John McCullough, Hon. Secretary: Enda Dunican, Hon. Treasurer: Ger Broderick, P.R.O.: Eamonn Byrne, Registrar: Eamonn O’Sullivan, Insurance officer:  Gregg Doyle, Irish officer: Brian O’Dean, Co. Board Rep: Joe Walshe, Child Welfare officer: Michael Ryan.

Executive committee: Niall Barrett, Johnny Brennan, Jimmy Curran, George Deane, Ned Deane, Mark Morrissey, Bernard Mullen, John Murphy, Shane O’Neill, Cora O’Reilly, Willie Power, Nicholas Ryan, Cormac Walshe,  Peenie Whelan.

The club members Childrens Christmas party has been fixed for Sunday 17thth December followed by the monthly trad session. The Christmas draw will take place on Monday 18th December followed by the bumper Xmas Lotto.. The Annual Dinner dance in conjunction with Bennekerry-Tinryland ladies club has been confirmed for Friday 2nd March 2018 in the Seven Oaks Hotel. Plans are also in place to have a re-union of the first Tinryland team to win the U21 championship 50 years ago.

Tinryland G.A.A. sports notes Tuesday 28th November 2017

posted 27 Nov 2017, 09:59 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

By Eamonn Byrne

Tinryland G.F.C. will review the past year and plan for 2018 at the A.G.M. on Monday next 4th December at 8 p.m. The highlights of the past year included a 9th U21 title when Tinryland defeated Rathvilly in dramatic circumstances in August. During the year the club lost a number of stalwarts including Mick Whelan the former president. Others who went to their eternal reward included former chairman Paddy Regan, former long serving treasurer Tom Doyle, and former players Mick “Yank” Farrell, Pat (P.P) Farrell, John McGrath and Michael O’Halloran together with club bar tenders Brigid and George Johnston. 

The date for the club dinner dance in conjunction with Bennekerry-Tinryland ladies club has been fixed. It will take place in the Seven Oaks Hotel on Friday 2nd March 2018. At this function the U21 championship medals and the ladies senior championship medals will be presented. Further details from any member of the dinner dance sub- committee: Eamonn Byrne, Brian Deane, John McCullough, Cormac Walshe, Fionnuala Ni Mhordha or Yvonne Bullen-Cranny.

Tinryland G.F.C. hosted the Carlow Juvenile G.A.A. awards evening on Saturday last when a large attendance representing all Carlow hurling and football clubs were present.

The club will hold a members night before Christmas. The date will be confirmed this week. 

The Annual turkey trot on St. Stephen’s day at 11.30 a.m. will benefit the Tinryland senior citizens party. The event as usual will be over 4 miles of the Tinryland-Ballybar- Ballyloo circuit. 

Tinryland G.F.C. Sports notes 20th November

posted 22 Nov 2017, 07:27 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

Congratulations to the 4 young Tinryland U14 footballers who have been selected on the Carlow colts football talent academy panel for 2018. They are Mark Mullen, Ruairi Scully, Cillian Fagan, and  Cian McGuire.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Michael O Halloran from Park who died peacefully at his residence on Friday last 17th November following an illness. Michael was a former Tinryland player who played with the club during the 1980’s when he came to live in our area. He was a former member of the Grange club. Both clubs provided a guard of honour at the removal of his remains to St. Joseph’s Church Tinryland on Sunday last.

The A.G.M will be held on Monday 4th December at 8 p.m. 

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