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Boca Takes Cashel Hotseat

Cashel Town Fc Have appointed the controversial Brian “Boca” Glasheen as manager for the 2018/2019 season. Glasheen hit the headlines last year as he was removed from his position at Tipperary Town Fc, a club that he guided to the TSDL Top Flight a season earlier. The Tipp Town native ...

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TSDL Fixtures…. May 15th – May 19th

Tuesday 15th May Premier League @ 7.15pm Old Bridge v St Michael’s M Jordan Wednesday 16th May Clonmel Credit Union Division 2 @ 7.15pm St Nicholas v Donohill J Maguire Friday 18th May Tipperary Cup Final @ 7pm The Complex, Clonmel Clonmel Town v St Michael’s J Lyons, P Keane, ...

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NT&DL Online Workshop

All Club Registrar’s must attend a work Shop on May 14th 2018 in the Barrack Obama Plaza Moneygall at 7pm or 8.15pm. On line Registration  All players must be Registered on line. No Player can play in the new Season unless he is Registered On Line. Players must also complete ...

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Vee Victorious In Division 1 Shield

TSDL Division 1 Shield Rosegreen Rangers 0-1 Vee Rovers Vee Rovers were spared heartbreak today as they won the Shield just hours after Cahir were crowned Division 1 League Champions. A solitary Alan Condon goal was enough to ensure Rovers would not end the season trophyless as they now embark ...

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TSDL Results….. May 13th

Clonmel Credit Premier League St Micheals 7-2 Tipperary Town Glengoole 1-0 Old Bridge Clonmel Credit Union Division 1 Cahir Park 4-0 Galbally United Clonmel Credit Union Division 2 Wildernes Rovers 6-0 Donohill and District Clonmel Credit Union Division 3 Tipperary Town 0-2 Moyglass United Bansha Celtic 5-2 Killenaule Rovers Shield ...

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Wildies Take Division 2 Title After Donohill Rout

TSDL Division 2 Wilderness Rovers 6-0 Donhill & District Wilderness Rovers were crowned Tipperary Southern & District League Division 2 Champions today after a six-nil demolition of Donohill & District. A hattrick from Darren Murphy along with goals from Hayden Cashman, Thomas Kennedy and Ashley Keane were enough to get ...

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