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18th March 2013

posted 18 Mar 2013, 04:39 by Unknown user   [ updated 18 Mar 2013, 09:18 by Denis Floyd ]
Well done to our young players who paraded through Newport in stile on Saturday last,  proudly representing the club in the first local St Patricks Day Parade.  Special thanks to Juvenile secretary Alfie O Brien who organised the group.

Last week's numbers were 1,4,22 & 28 with no winner. The jackpot is now almost €5000.

It's that time of year again when all our young footballers shake off the cobwebs and prepare for the first rounds of the football championships. Our U16's are at home to Nenagh next Saturday whilst our U14's begin on 3rd April also at home to Shannon Rovers. Our U12's will begin on 5th April at home to Silvermines. Best of luck to all involved.
Nenagh was the place to be last Saturday night as Newport and Ballinhinch GAA clubs literally fought it out in the White Collar Boxing event. This was a fantastic night's entertainment and the large attendance certainly got involved and supported this novel fundraiser. Full report next week.
North Tipp Football
Newport were well represented last weekend in the inter divisional
competitions. At U16 level Daniel Carew and Daniel Delaney both played very well as the North lost by a single point to the West. Meanwhile Kealan Foyd, Jack Delahunty, Cian Flanagan, Corey Mooney, Cathal Floyd, Kevin Connoly and Paul Hogan made up a very strong contingent on the North U15 squad which also unfortunately fell at the first hurdle, but went on to win the shield with Jack Delahunty as captain. All our boys performed very well and can now focus on the U16 championship.
Jack Delahunty receives the Divisional Under 15 Football Shield from Bord na nÓg chairman Joe Kennedy
Below: North Tipp Under 15 Football panel