2018 News

16th July

posted 16 Jul 2018, 02:24 by Newport Gaa

Junior: Our Junior hurlers will play Nenagh Éire Óg this Friday evening in the North Championship at Lacken Park. Throw-in 7.45. All support welcome.

Cúl Camp: Online booking for this year’s Cúl Camp 13th - 17th August is now open on the link below. As with previous year’s, you are advised to book online in order to receive the camp gear before camp begins. www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking

Golf Classic: The club will hold an inaugural golf classic at Nenagh Golf Club on August 24th, so we ask you to mark this date in your diary. More details to be released soon.

Sympathy: The club extends sympathy to the Tobin family Cragg on their recent bereavement.

9th July

posted 9 Jul 2018, 14:37 by Newport Gaa

Under 10: Newport put up two heroic performances in the Munster Community Games football last Saturday at U.L. In the semi-final they came from behind to beat Ballincollig, Cork, in a great match. The Munster final was even closer and was end to end stuff with Newport losing out to Lissycasey, Clare, by the smallest of margins of 3-6 to 3-5. Well done to the players who represented Newport and Tipperary with pride. The future looks bright. Thanks for the great support at the games from the Newport spectators.

Junior: Our hurlers continued their winning ways last Friday evening with a victory over Silvermines in the North Championship at Dolla. Final score Tulach Sheasta 1-11 Silvermines 0-13

Tokens: We are asking for your support when purchasing fuel at our local Sweeney's Circle K. For every €30 fuel purchased, nominate Newport GAA Club and the club could be in for a much-needed cash windfall. Please support this initiative it could be a huge bonus for our club.

2nd July

posted 2 Jul 2018, 14:29 by Newport Gaa

Under 10: Well done to the U-10 footballers who beat Mungret in the Munster quarter-final of Community Games at U.L. Sports Complex last weekend. They now meet Ballincollig, Cork in the semi-final this Saturday at 10am at U.L. Best wishes to the players and mentors. All support welcome.

Minor: Tulach Sheasta play Clonakenny/Moneygall this Thursday at Moneygall at 7pm in the North Hurling Championship. Best of luck to players and mentors.

Junior: Our Junior hurlers play Silvermines this Friday 6th at Dolla in the North Championship. Throw in 7.30pm.

Inter-county: Best wishes to Cian Flanagan and the Tipperary U-21 hurlers in the Munster Championship final this Wednesday 4th. They travel to Páirc Uí Chaoímh to play Cork.

25th June

posted 25 Jun 2018, 12:54 by Newport Gaa

Under 7/8: We recently hosted a hurling blitz at Lacken Park with three teams from Roscrea hurling club and a team from Clonakenny GAA. We had six teams from Newport and they all played great. Thanks to all the parents for the support on the day and for providing refreshments for the teams afterwards. Thanks to Clonakenny and Roscrea GAA for making the journey to Newport.

Senior: Our hurlers suffered a heavy defeat last Friday evening v Burgess at Kilcolman in the County league. Final score 4-21 to 1 15.

Well done: to Cian Flanagan and the Tipperary U-21 hurlers on their recent victory over Limerick. We wish them continued success in the Munster Championship.

Thank You: To all who supported our Fun Day at Lacken Park and to everyone who worked to make it a very enjoyable and successful day.

18th June

posted 18 Jun 2018, 13:05 by Newport Gaa

Under 7/8:   Our hurlers took part in a blitz recently at Lacken Park, with teams from Nenagh Éire Óg, Thurles Gaels, Ballinahinch and Sean Treacys. We had 50 players representing Tulach Sheasta, and they all played really well. Thanks to all the parents who helped in providing refreshments for the teams after the blitz and to the visiting clubs for joining with us to make it a great morning.

Under 10: We travelled to Naas GAA Club last Sunday for an action-packed day of hurling. There were teams participating from Wexford, Limerick, Cork, Tipp, Kildare and Galway. One of our teams lost to Dicksboro in 'A' final and we defeated Eire Óg from Cork in the 'B' final. Congratulations to the lads on some great performances and thanks to all the parents who travelled. Thanks to Naas GAA for a super day. We hope to host Naas in Newport later in the year.

Under 12: Our Purple team played Borrisokane in the North Hurling championship last Tuesday evening at Lacken Park. We started strongly and despite the efforts of the Borrisokane side, our players took control of the game. This continued in the second half and Tulach Sheasta ran out comfortable winners. Well done to all the players.

Family Fun Day: We are all set and ready for a fabulous Fun Day at Lacken Park this Sunday. Lots of activities, barbeque and fun. The cow is being well fed this week, so that we can have a super Cow Poo Bingo. Join us from 12 noon until 4pm. Admission free.

Sympathy: Deepest sympathy to the Koyce family, Clonbealy on their recent bereavement.

5th June

posted 4 Jun 2018, 23:05 by Newport Gaa

Under 12: The Under 12 D hurling championship got underway last Friday as Newport Gold travelled to face Burgess. On a lovely evening for hurling Newport started very well and played some lovely hurling with great passing, catching and shooting. Burgess came strongly into the game towards the end of the first half and into the early stages of the second. However ,just as it looked as if the game was slipping away, Newport dug deep and finished well to come away with a win in a very exciting game. Thanks to Burgess for an enjoyable game and to the parents who came along to support. Newport Gold: Colin Caplis, James Delahunty, Darragh Mackey, Liam Coffey, Dara McGrath, Brian McCabe, Sam Caplis, Aoibheann Collins, Ryan Shinnors, Harry Lee, Tom Ryan, Sean McHugo, Cormac Galvin, Aaron O'Flaherty, Adam Kiely.

Under 14: Our footballers had a great win in the County semi-final last Saturday v Kilenaule. Final score Tulach Sheasta: 2-8 to Kilenaule 0-4. The team: Mark Forde, Aaron Coleman. John Lee, Conor McHugo, James Tobin. Shaun Bonfield, Paul Moloney Stephen McCormack Aidan Ryan.  Gavin Mellerick, Tom Allen, Lee Ryan, Brian Tobin Diarmuid O Riordan, Dan Ryan, Sean Nolan, Mike Hewitt, Robbie Murray, Dara Cantillon, Luke Collins, Bryan Nolan, Keith Hogan, Cillian Finucane, Eoghan Browne, Diarmuid Cantillon, Dylan Keppel, Christopher Egan, Darragh Kennedy, Kevin O Brien. We wish them all the best of luck in the County final this Wednesday in Annacarty v Rockwell/Rosegreen at 7,30pm

Junior: Our junior hurlers got the North championship off to a good start with a win over Lorrha/Dorrha in Lacken Park last Friday. They have a home game against Templederry this Friday.

Senior: Best of luck to senior hurlers and mentors this Sunday against J.K. Brackens in Lacken Park at 11 a.m. All support welcome.

Cow Poo Bingo: Our cow is still on the move and we hope you have bought a ticket for the bingo at the Family Fun Day on June 24th. Tickets for the bingo are €5 or three for €10.We are also looking for a name for the cow, so when you buy your ticket, suggest a name and the winner will receive a fabulous club top.

Table Quiz: A fundraising event will take place at Ryan’s bar on June 16th in aid of The Kevin Bell Repatriation Fund., in memory of the late Cillian Ryan R.I.P. With so many of us having family and friends overseas, it is comforting to know that in a time of crisis this organisation, with its expertise and diplomatic contacts, is there to help and this event is worthy of our support.

The very best of luck to Sean O’ Brien and the Tipperary hurlers this Sunday in Semple Stadium v Clare.

28th May

posted 28 May 2018, 03:39 by Newport Gaa

Under 8: Our players took part in a hurling blitz in Monaleen GAA Club last Friday evening. Our 2 teams played 4 great games and represented themselves and their club really well, in what was a hot summer's evening. Thanks to all who attended the games. Special thanks to Monaleen GAA and their U8 coaches and management for organising the blitz and for the use of their great facilities.

Under 14: We played Moneygall /Clonakenny in the North u 14 B final in Portroe last Wed night on a perfect pitch. Newport started slowly as we were behind to 5 points to one. Gavin Mellerick scored the Newport point. We broke up the field and Brian Tobin scored a goal after a one-two with Dan Ryan. After the kickout Diarmuid O Riordan scored a goal to put us to 2.1 to 5 points ahead at half time.  In the second half Diarmuid added a second goal to put us 5 points ahead but Moneygall /Clonakenny responded with a goal and 4 points to put them ahead but Newport would not give in.  Great defending by James Tobin, Aaron Coleman and Shaun Bonfield led to a pass by Shaun to Lee Ryan who ran from the 45 to score a great solo goal to give Newport a two-point lead. Moneygall/Clonakenny replied with a point to reduce the deficit but Newport held on to win 4.2 to 1.10. Squad: Mark Forde, Aaron Coleman. John Lee, Conor McHugo, James Tobin. Shaun Bonfield, Paul Moloney Stephen McCormack Aidan Ryan.  Gavin Mellerick, Tom Allen, Lee Ryan, Brian Tobin Diarmuid O Riordan, Dan Ryan, Sean Nolan, Mike Hewitt, Robbie Murray, Dara Cantillon, Luke Collins, Bryan Nolan, Keith Hogan, Cillian Finucane, Eoghan Browne, Diarmuid Cantillon, Dylan Keppel, Christopher Egan, Darragh Kennedy, Kevin O Brien.

Minor: Well done to our minors who won the 7-a-side tournament at Kilcoleman last Saturday, where they played three competitive matches, beating Burgess 2-09 to 1-10 in the final. Thank you to Fergal McDonnell and Burgess for organising the games.

Camogie: Best of luck to the U-14 girls in the County final on Wednesday evening (30th May) in the Ragg at 7.30

Junior: Our hurlers play Lorrha/Dorrha this Friday evening in Lacken Park at 7.30. This game was deferred from last week. All support welcome.

Trailer: The ‘Cow Poo Bingo’ trailer is coming to a venue near you. Get your ticket for the big event at Lacken Park on June 24th. Tickets for the bingo are €5 or three for €10.They are on sale at all the local outlets and from the trailer.

Best of luck to Sean O’ Brien and the Tipperary hurlers this Sunday in Limerick V Waterford.

21st May

posted 21 May 2018, 07:52 by Newport Gaa

Trip to Limerick: Last Sunday morning our U7, U8, U9, U10 Juvenile teams took part in a blitz in Na Piarsaigh GAA Club in Limerick. They all played three matches and performed really well. In all, we had 110 children supported by 82 adults at the Blitz. We had refreshments which were kindly provided by Na Piarsaigh Limerick, and then made our way to the Gaelic Grounds for the senior game. Everyone enjoyed a great club and family day out. The Limerick supporters in the club certainly had a great day. Thanks to everyone that helped in organising the event. Thank you to Brian Healy who organised the tickets for such a large group. Thanks to the parents and players for turning up and making it a great day out. A special thanks to Na Piarsaigh GAA for their hospitality and for running a great blitz. We look forward to many more great days out over the coming months. 


Under 9s & 10s: played in a Blitz in Clonlara last Friday evening. The two teams played three great challenge matches against Clonlara in great conditions, they gave it a great team effort. Thanks to all the parents for their support on the night.

Under 14B Football Semi Final:  Newport 8-4 Kilruane 0-1.
Our footballers played Kilruane on Wed night last in Newport in the North U14B semi-final.
They played some lovely football and qualified to play Moneygall/Clonakenny in the North Final this Wednesday 23th in Portroe at 7pm. We would love to see a crowd from Newport to support the lads in the Final .

Junior: Best of luck to our Junior hurlers who play Lorrha/Dorrha in the North Championship this Saturday evening in Lorrha at 7.30pm. All support welcome

Date for Diary: Family Fun Day June 24th at Lacken Park. Lots of activities planned for all.

18th May

posted 18 May 2018, 00:12 by Newport Gaa

Under 8: We had a busy training session last Saturday morning with drills on footwork, shoulder clash and ground striking, followed by a very competitive game. It was also the first week of the "player of the week’’ competition. Congratulations to Jamie O Sullivan and Shane Harrington joint winners of the first trophies. Well done to all the players. We train again this Thursday evening and then play in an U-7,8,9 & 10 tournament against Na Piarsaigh before the Tipp V Limerick games next Sunday. We are looking forward to it.

Champions: Congratulations to the Newport U-10 footballers and Newport U-13 Camogie team who were both crowned County champions last Saturday in the Community games at Holycross. Well done to players, mentors and supporters.

Under 10: We hosted teams from Kilmacud, Sixmilebridge and Murroe last Sunday morning in Lacken Park. We had our new goalposts in use for the first time, which was paid for from the bag packing in Dunnes recently. Big thank you to all the parents for making sandwiches and buns for the teams. Thank you to James Collins too for refereeing the matches.
All teams said they had a great morning and were impressed with how well Lacken Park looked and they were all enquiring where we had purchased our new goalposts. Well done to the boys for putting in great performances for three games especially after a lot of them playing in the county final the day before.

Senior: Our hurlers drew with Holycross / Ballycahill last Friday at Holycross in the County hurling league. Final score Tulach Sheasta 2-20 Holycross / Ballycahill 2-20.

Best wishes: to the community in Birdhill for a very successful day, when President Michael D. Higgins visits next Saturday, in recognition of winning National Tidy Towns. 

Fun Day: The excitement is building up for our Family Fun Day on June 24th with news that our Senior hurlers will challenge the might of the Junior team in a ‘tug of war’. Should make for a great day. More news on Fun Day to follow.

Best of luck: To Sean O’ Brien and the Tipperary hurlers in the Munster championship game V Limerick this Sunday.

7th May

posted 7 May 2018, 13:58 by Newport Gaa

Under 10: Participated in a blitz in Kiladangan last Saturday morning. The boys had three great matches in the sunshine versus Silvermines, Borrisokane and Moneygall. 
It was a great morning with 14 teams in total. Thanks to the organisers and well done to the Tulach Sheasta team on some great performances in the three games.

Under 12: Our Arrows team bowed out of the football championship in the North Semi Final against a very strong Silvermines team.  In poor conditions, we started the brighter and scored a great point directly from the throw in. Silvermines came back strong into the game and were leading 1-2 to 0-2 at half time. Tulach Sheasta started the second half really well and the game was level at 1-2 to 1-2 with 12 mins to go. Silvermines then scored some excellent points and finished the game strongly winning on a score line of 2-5 to 1-2. 
Well done to the boys who played their hearts out. Best of luck to Silvermines and Inane Rovers in the final.

 

Under 14: Last Wednesday night our footballers played Burgess in a top of the table clash in Newport. Burgess started brightly and scored 3 points very early in the game. Newport settled in to the game and Sean Nolan reduced the deficit with a lovely point. Gavin Mellerick then scored a goal after a well worked forward movement to put us 1.1 to 3 points in front at half time. Burgess opened the second half scoring with a goal. Facing the breeze in the second half, Gavin Mellerick with a free and Tom Allen with a point from play levelled the match. Burgess added 3 points and looked to be coasting to victory but this Newport team never gave up. A brilliant block down and pass by Robbie Murray to Aidan Ryan ended up with Aidan dispatching the ball to the net to level the match. 
Burgess then pressed hard for the winner but a great save by Keith Hogan and brilliant block downs by John Lee kept them at bay. Final Score Burgess 1.6 Newport 2.3. We now play Kiladangan in Kiladangan next Wednesday in our final group game

Team: Keith Hogan, Dara Cantillon, John Lee, Conor McHugo, James Tobin, Shaun Bonfield, Paul Moloney, Aidan Ryan, Stephen McCormack, Sean Nolan, Tom Allen, Lee Ryan, Brian Tobin, Gavin Mellerick, Bryan Nolan, Eoghan Browne, Cillian Finucane, Dylan Kepple, Robbie Murray.

Healthy Club: Our club in conjunction with The Samaritans are hosting an interesting talk on creating positive Mental Health and we invite people over the age of 17 years to join us in Lacken Park this Thursday May 10th at 7.30pm. Guest Speaker will be Helen Ryan Limerick/Tipperary Samaritans Branch G.A.A. Liaison Officer

Thank you: To all who supported our Annual Poker Classic and to Mary Jo O’Sullivan for hosting same.

Date for Diary: The club will host a Family Fun day on June 26th in Lacken Park with lots of activities for all. More details shortly

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