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Double Joy For Holycross As They Claim Barry Cup

Holycross Fc made it a double for the season after a penalty shootout win over rivals Clodiagh Rangers on Fiday last. The Division One champions found themselves a goal behind early in the second half when Paul Shanahan’s exquisite volley left Robert Quinlan with little chance in the Holycross goal. ...

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NT&DL Fixtures……. May 6th

Thursday May 3rd Ricky Fogarty Cup Semi Final @ 8pm Killavilla Utd Vs Nenagh Celtic (Naoise Lawlor – Tommy Lynch – Ger Roche) Friday May 4th Barry Cup Final @ 6.30pm (Greyhound Stadium Thurles) Holycross Fc Vs Clodiagh Rangers (Andy Hall – Alec McCormack – John Lyons) Saturday May 5th ...

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NT&DL Awards Night: Premier Division Nominations

Player Of The Year: Aaron Ryan Thurles Town Paul Kirwan Thurles Town Micheál Byrne Thurles Town Brian Moloney Killavilla Utd Shane Moloney Killavilla Utd John Cordial Killavilla Utd Johnny Coleman BT Harps Jamie Bergin BT Harps Stevie Nolan BT Harps Shane Dunne Borroway Rovers Darren McGuire Borroway Rovers Calum O’Connor ...

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Premier Division Survival To Be Decided Sunday

As the North Tipperary & District League Premier Division reaches its climax this weekend, the only question that remains unanswered is, who is going to retain their Premier Division status? Ballymackey Fc, Cloughjordan Fc or Portumna Town. Only three points separate the bottom three with one game remaining, Ballymackey in ...

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TSDL Results…….. April 25th

Clonmel Credit Union Premier League St Michael’s 1-0 Clonmel Celtic Clonmel Credit Union Division 1 Slieveardagh United 0-0 Cahir Park Vee Rovers 3-1 Cullen Lattin Clonmel Credit Union Division 2 Mullinahone 0-3 Wilderness Rovers 

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Kilmanahan Crowned TSDL Division 3 Champions

Kilmanahan Utd have been today crowned Tipperary Southern & District League Division Three Champions, ending a twelve year trophy drought in the process. United were crowned champions with one game remaining against second placed Ballyneale. The club thanked all the supporters as well as players past and present as they ...

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