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August 4th

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CJ.Kickhams GAA

Our minor hurlers are keeping the flag flying for the moment. Having won all their games convincingly to date tougher games lay ahead. They have worked a lot on their hurling in training and it’s evident in their style of play which is very direct with a good first touch. Now is the time to keep their feet on the ground and work hard. Best of luck for the remainder of the season. The on-going saga at senior level continues to drag on with Carrick Swans appeal pending. With Eoin Kelly and Paul Curran in county action dates for fixtures are getting scarce. It also puts our Intermediate footballers in limbo as all these fixtures affect each other. Meanwhile our U21 hurlers play a guessing game as to when they might be in action.

Golf Classic.

Our classic takes place in Callan Golf Club on Saturday August 20th.

As we expect a good response to this one day classic it is important to book your tee time as soon as possible by contacting Club Sect. Eddie McCarthy or Michael Walsh at Callan Golf Club.

Juvenile GAA

It’s all systems go as we prepare for our annual U12 and U10 tournament on Saturday August 27th. Once again we need accommodation for our many visiting teams and if you can help in any way please contact John Dunne, Poulacapple or Isobel Clarke or any club member.

Tidy Towns.

Work continues every Thursday from 7-00pm on. At the moment we’re concentrating on the car park area any help is needed. It’s great to see the work and effort being put in by so many locals planting boxes, power washing and painting their buildings. Rubbish bins have been placed around the village and we encourage everybody to use them. The tidy towns is a project that effects us all and should not be left to individuals. After all we all live in this parish and we all take pride when it looks well. We have the Kickham weekend and the Juvenile parade and tournament coming up so it would be nice to have all our village and derelict buildings looking well for the occasion.



Knock na gow
Knocknagow or the Homes of Tipperary By Charles J. Kickham

South Tipperary
South Tipperary, 1570-1841: The Land, Region and Rivalry

 Sally Kavangh
Sally Cavanagh; Or the Untenanted Graves: A Tale of Tipperary
By Charles J. Kickham

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