The Future of Tipperary Football – Three Year Strategic Plan13 Mar 2018
The Future of Tipperary Football – Three Year Strategic Plan
On Thursday, March 29th, 8pm at the Anner Hotel Thurles, the Tipperary Football Committee are hosting a workshop with the aim of developing a three-year strategic plan to help ensure that we, as a county, continue to maintain the exceptionally high standards we have attained in recent years.
This strategic plan will serve as a blueprint for where we want to go over the next three years and we need your help. We want this plan to reflect the views of all those with a vested interest in the future of Tipperary football and it is essential that we get a wide range of opinions and suggestions on the night.
We are hoping that every club in the county will send at least two representatives and if you are interested contact your club secretary as soon as possible to reserve your place.
For further information contact any member of the Tipperary Football Committee, contact us via our social media sites or email email@example.com
— Tipperary Star Sport (@tippstarsport) March 13, 2018
Video: What a story! See DCU captain Aishling Moloney's dramatic return from a sin bin to win the Gourmet Food Parlour O'Connor Cup Final.. https://t.co/IpI0GhmmTG #GFPColleges pic.twitter.com/VFW84N89Zg
— Jerome Quinn (@JeromeQuinn) March 11, 2018
We have said it here before and no doubt we will say it here again that the Tipperary LGFA team are the gift that keep on giving. They weren’t just satisfied with going undefeated throughout 2017 in all competitive matches, but they have exploded into this year’s Lidl league with an impressive start to their campaign.
Last weekend Cahir woman, Aishling Moloney, became the heroine of the hour as she kicked a last gasp point to seal the win for Dublin City University in the O’ Connor Cup final over University of Limerick. Captain Moloney, finished with an astonishing 0-7 to her name and also won a crucial penalty near the end. Moloney was joined in the final by Tipperary team mates Roisin Howard, Aisling McCarthy and Maria Curley. Congratulations to all involved.
Aishling was also involved in staring in this video for Lidl Ireland in which she talked about the influence of her mother on her career. This is well worth watching for those who have not yet viewed it.
By the age of 13, 1 in 2 girls drop out of sport. To all the mothers whose years of serious love kept players playing, thank you and Happy Mother's Day. We spent time with @LadiesFootball /Tipperary star Aishling Moloney to find out what #SeriousSupport means to her. pic.twitter.com/y9EwWXLmDs
— Lidl Ireland (@lidl_ireland) March 11, 2018
— The Nationalist (@TheNationalist) March 12, 2018
Must be one of the sports photos of the year: Aishling Moloney inspired DCU to a 2-12 to 0-17 Gourmet Food Parlour O’Connor Cup final win over UL on Sunday. The Cahir and Tipperary ladies football star is pictured here with her mother Gertie. @TippLadiesFB #tipperary pic.twitter.com/cGDiGH2xYA
— Tipperary Star Sport (@tippstarsport) March 12, 2018
**MATCH REPORT** Captain Fantastic @MoloneyAishling seals @gourmetfoodparl O'Connor Cup glory for @DCUGAAAcademy @DCULADIESGAA https://t.co/L4MXpfItab #GFPColleges #WomenSupportingWomen @LadiesHEC pic.twitter.com/kRTL3SD1kD
— Ladies Football (@LadiesFootball) March 11, 2018