The Tipperary team
The winnings from our 2020 Euro Millions Lotto which ran from September 2020 to April 2021 amounted to €450. In accordance with the terms and conditions of the syndicate, as everybody’s winnings were less than €100 each, all members were entered in a number of €100 draws. As a token of our appreciation to everyone who joined the syndicate, The Friends of Tipperary Football added €1550 to the winnings bringing the total to €2000 and last night we held 20 draws for €100 each.
And the winners are…………
1: Donnacha O’Meara (Lorrha)
2: Louise Coen (Donabate)
3: Niall Stack (Tullamore)
4: Drom & Inch Gaa Club
5: Anthony Fitzgerald (Clonmel)
6: Pat Slattery (Tipperary)
7: Eileen Seymour (Killadangan)
8: Jerry Ryan (Upperchurch/Drombane)
9: Ger English (Moyle Rovers)
10: Michael Clohessy (Moycarkey/Borris)
11: Lynsey Ryan (Clonakenny)
12: Donald O’Loughlin (Newcastle)
13: Paudie Costigan (Moyne/Templetouhy)
14: Paul Tobin (Tipperary)
15: Liam Coen (Nenagh Eire Og)
16: Joe McNamara (Clonmel Commercials)
17: Bernie Heffernan (Nenagh Eire Og)
18: Michael O’Sullivan (Ardfinnan)
19: Martin Dwyer (Moycarkey/Borris)
20: Seamus Hogan (Nenagh)posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Fri Jul 02, 2021
After 2 months of draws our Euro Millions Syndicate has won a total of €98 so far (€79 in May plus €19 in June).
We still have 10 months worth of draws to go to try win the jackpot so hope springs eternal!
posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Wed Jun 30, 2021
The Tipperary Under 20 footballers will be the first of the teams into action, when they welcome Limerick to Semple Stadium on Thursday July 8th for a 7.30pm throw in. Ahead of the game, Tipperary Under 20 football manager Paddy Christie and his management team of David Power, Kevin Mulryan, Paddy O’Flaherty and Paddy O’Gorman have named the following panel:
|Barry Kehoe||Kilsheelan Kilcash|
|Billy O Connor||Kilsheelan Kilcash|
|Callan Scully||Nenagh Eire Og|
|Cathal Deeley||Clonmel Commercials|
|Eoin McCarthy||Clonmel Commercials|
|Jamie Holloway||Carrick Swans|
|Jason Madigan||Kilsheelan Kilcash|
|Kieran Costello||Thurles Sarsfields|
|Rory Collins||Moyle Rovers|
|Sean Daly||Grangemockler Ballyneale|
|Tadhg Condon||Clonmel Commercials|
|Conor Cadell||JK Brackens|
|Ben Comerford||Grangemockler Ballyneale|
|Mark O Connor||Clonmel Commercials|
|Jamie Duncan||Knockavilla-Donaskeigh Kickhams|
|Leon Kennedy||Grangemockler Ballyneale|
|Emmet Butler||Kilsheelan Kilcash|
|Jack Lillis||Drom & Inch|
|Cian O Mahony||Ardfinnan|
|Mikey Lyons||Grangemockler Ballyneale|
|Brian McKeown||Moyle Rovers|
|David Kelly||Arravale Rovers|
|Eanna Ryan||CJ Kickhams Mullinahone|
|Mark O Meara||Grangemockler Ballyneale|
|Sean O Connor||Clonmel Commercials|
The Tipperary Minor Footballers will start their Munster Championship campaign on July 21st when they will play Limerick in the LIT Gaelic Grounds at 7.30pm.
Manager Johnny Nevin along with his management team of Peter Creedon, Christopher Ryan and Adrian Cooke have named the following panel ahead of the game:
|Tom Bourke||JK Brackens|
|Senan Butler||Kilsheelan Kilcash|
|Sean Cagney||Clonmel Óg|
|Sean Cannon||Knockavilla Donaskeigh Kickhams|
|Jake Canny||Bohrlahan Dualla|
|Thomas Charles||Clonmel Commercials|
|Eoghan Doyle||Rockwell Rovers|
|Joe Higgins||Clonmel Commercials|
|Alex Moloney||Durlas Óg|
|Paul Mullen||Drom & Inch|
|Darragh McVicker||Clonmel Óg|
|Niall O Connor||Clonmel Óg|
|Paddy O’ Keeffe||Moyle Rovers|
|Zac O Loughlin||Kilsheelan Kilcash|
|Sean O Meara||Grangemockler Ballyneale|
|Jack O Neill||Ardfinnan|
|Kian O Reilly||Clonmel Commercials|
|Diarmuid O Riordan||Newport|
|Brian Quinn||JK Brackens|
|Shane Ryan||Clonmel Commercials|
|Tadhg Sheehan||Clonmel Commercials|
|Cian Smith||Clonmel Commercials|
Line 1: 12, 19, 21, 23, 26 Lucky Stars 1 & 8
Line 2: 2, 5, 19, 31 47 Lucky Stars: 2 & 3
Line 3: 10, 16, 25, 35, 41 Lucky Stars 8 & 11
Line 4: 25, 35, 36, 39, 41 Lucky Stars 6 & 11
Line 5: 14, 19, 32, 40, 45 Lucky Stars 4 & 11
Line 6: 1, 3, 4, 31, 37 Lucky Stars 3 & 9
Line 7: 9, 13, 26, 39, 48 Lucky Stars 10 & 12
Line 8: 7, 21, 28, 43 , 50 Lucky Stars: 3 & 10
Line 9: 1, 2, 5, 28 , 38 Lucky Stars: 10 & 12
Line 10: 14, 22, 24, 39, 46 Lucky Stars: 4 & 11
Line 11: 3, 7, 39, 41, 49 Lucky Stars: 4 & 7
Line 12: 12, 14, 19 28, 46 Lucky Stars: 1 & 4
posted by Friends of Tipperary FootballFriends of Tipperary Football on Fri Apr 23, 2021
Long serving Tipperary footballer Philip Austin has announced his retirement from inter-county football.
Philip made his senior championship debut against Kerry in 2006 at just 19 years of age and would go on to be a permanent fixture on Tipperary football teams for the next 15 years. In that time he won three Allianz National Football League medals in 2009 (division 3), 2014 (division 4) and 2017 (division 3) and of course that famous Munster Senior Championship title in 2020.
As a ball carrier the Borrisokane clubman had few equals and his direct running style never failed to bring Tipperary supporters to their feet. He will be famously remembered for his sensational goal against Kerry in 2010 when he collected the ball 40 yards from goal and ran directly at the Kerry defence before unleashing an unstoppable shot to the roof of the net from 20 yards out. It was a score that would become his trademark over the years.
Philip’s performances throughout the 2016 campaign were instrumental in propelling Tipperary to their first All-Ireland semi-final since 1935 and for many, his performance against Derry in the qualifiers that year, especially when the chips were down summed up everything Tipperary GAA fans had come to love about Philly Austin.
The highlight of his 15 year career undoubtedly came on the 22nd November 2020 when Tipperary bridged an 85 year gap and won the Munster Senior Football Final on the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. It was fitting, that the long serving Austin should get the final Tipperary score of that memorable game.
Affectionately known by Tipperary fans as Stone Cold Philly Austin, he amassed a fantastic 41 championship appearances scoring 4:35 in the process.
Philip was also an accomplished hurler and won a Munster U21 hurling medal with Tipperary in 2006.
With his club Borrisokane, Philip won a Tipperary County Intermediate Hurling Championship in 2010, a County Junior A Football Champion in 2012 along with North Tipperary Intermediate Football Championships in 2014 and 2016. He also played a key role in divisional side Thomas MacDonagh’s historic County Senior Football Championship win in 2011.
Philip will continue to play for his club Borrisokane and we have no doubt that he will continue to have a major role to play in Tipperary football going forward.
Congratulations on an outstanding career Philip, enjoy the retirement and thank you for all the fantastic memories.