The following notes were published in this weeks Tipperary Star:
Under 8 and Academy.
Hurling training for under 8 and Academy continues on Saturday morning at 10.00am. New members are always welcome.
Training as usual for football at 7.00pm on Wednesday evening, and hurling training on Saturday at 10.00am. Please remember gum -shields for football. -
The A team had a good win over Drom-Inch in the first round of the football league. Great performances by Conor Ruddy, Darragh Stakelum and Paddy Creedon.
The B team also had a good win on the day with great performances by Gavin O' Shaughnessy Dean Fanning Robbie Stapleton Emmett Fogarty. Both A & B teams are out again next Saturday at home vs JK Brackens. Football training Thursday night 7.00 – 8.00 pm
Training continues, as advised by mentors
We played Sixmilebridge last Sunday in a hurling challenge. Training continues as advised by mentors.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
As in previous years Durlas Og is delighted to participate in the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Thurles.
We ask any Academy, Under 8, Under 10 and Under 12 players that are available to march in the parade. We hope that as many as possible would participate on the day as this is an opportunity to show how valuable our club is to the town and to promote the great work on at the club.
The arrangements are as follows:
Assembly at Pairc na nOg, on Sunday 16th March at 2.15pm.
Boys should wear normal training gear with dark tracksuit bottoms (black if possible).
Hurleys are optional but helmets are not required.
Those who march in the parade will need to be collected at the Slievenamon Road Car park, beside Lár na Páirce.
Any adult willing to march in the parade and help supervise the boys would be most welcome.
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