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Tinryland G.F.C. Club Notes Tuesday 22nd May 2018

posted 23 May 2018, 08:56 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

By Eamonn Byrne

Tinryland G.F.C. is planning a major reunion of the successful 1967/69 U21 teams and the Senior league winning squad of 1968 which was the last team from Tinryland to win that title.

Invitations for the event on Friday 8th June at 7.30 P.M. have been sent to the following players from that era or their representatives in the case of those deceased:

1967/69 U21: Leslie Brophy, John O’Gorman, Seamus Fingleton, Bill Dowling, Liam Byrne, Michael Walsh, David Byrne, David Power, Pat Foster, Kevin Barry, Johnny Pender, Liam Foster, Christy McGrath, Jimmy Nolan, Michael Brennan, Noel O’Connor, Michael Dowling, George Pender, Pedro Ribeiro, Ollie Pender, Billy Brophy, John Doyle, Brendan Moore, Clem Delaney, Peter Whelan, Willie Power, John Byrne.

1968 Senior team: Joe O’Gorman, Brendan Hayden, Joe Mullins, Teddy Dowling, Sean Townsend, Billy Farrell, Robert Farrell, Patsy Farrell

Reps of the following R.I.P. John Sheehan, Tommy O’Neill, Fr. P.J. Byrne, Eddie Byrne, Tony Barry, Martin O’Neill, Mick Farrell, Paddy Kehoe, Tom Dowling, Sean Nolan, Seanie Brennan, Ned Townsend.

Former players or their representatives are asked to confirm their attendance by Friday 1st June to any member of the organising sub-committee: Liam Byrne 086 3526264, David Byrne 086 3708863, Eamonn Byrne 087 2770128, Pat Foster 087 6600616, Mick Murphy 087 9736600 or David Power 086 8215862.

On the playing front Tinryland teams had mixed success in the past week. The senior team were on the receiving end of a comprehensive loss to Rathvilly at Fr. Ryan Park on Sunday last. The home team were in cruise control for the entire game and won pulling up by 2-18 to 0-4. Tinryland have one remaining game in the league against Old Leighlin. At Junior (A) level Tinryland one again were forced to concede a walkover to Fenagh in the S.F.L. division 3 on Saturday last in Rathcrogue. The Junior (B) team who are seeking a first win will wind up their division 4 campaign at home to St. Andrew’s on tomorrow Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. At junior (A) level Tinryland will host Palatine in the S.F.L. division 3 on Friday next at 8 p.m. 

In the u17 grade Tinryland travelled to Kilbride to take on Burren Rangers on a perfect evening for football. Early points from Paddy Regan, Evan McGuire and Cormac O’Brien gave the boys in blue and white a good base and they led by 3-7 to 0-2 at half time with the goals coming from Cormac McElligott (2) and Aongus O’Shea. Burren Rangers showed at lot of improvement in the 2nd half and got to within a few points of Tinryland before the visitors pulled away again with dominant displays from midfielders Neung Kelly and Cormac McElligott. Good defensive play by Jack Murphy, and Sam Byrne prevented further Burren progress and Tinryland ran out comfortable winners on a scoreline of 5-13 to 3-8. Other outstanding players for Tinryland were Brian McGrath, John Dempsey and Jonah Dunne.

The ladies from Bennekerry-Tinryland began their defence of the Carlow S.F.C. with a 6 point win over last year’s finallists Old Leighlin in the Carlow training centre on Sunday. Goals in each half from Sinead Hayden and Cliodhna Ni Se paved the way for this win. BT had outstanding players in Cliodhna Ni Se, Deirdre Tomlinson, Sinead Hayden, Nuala Mohan, Jane Bullen, Roisin Byrne, Audrey Murphy and Leah Mullins.

Tinryland G.F.C. wishes best of luck to Paul Broderick, Danny Moran, Shane Redmond, Diarmaid Walshe and Cian Lawlor who are part of the Carlow panel that play Kildare in the Leinster S.F.C. in Tullamore on Sunday next. A bus will leave the club for Tullamore on Sunday morning. Further details from Pat Whelan 086 2374297.     

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