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Tullylish U8s triumphant and win the Ian McKeown Memorial Plate.

Seamrógaí an Iúir Ian McKeown Memorial U8 (P3/P4 Football Tournament Sat 28-9-2013 Tullylish U8s triumphant and win the Ian McKeown Memorial Plate. Tullylish U8’s travelled to Pairc Esler for the last tournament of the season and with 20 teams competing for three trophies it was a very competitive tournament. Tullylish’s first match against Bryansford was an exciting game to watch and Tullylish displayed a
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Over the bar competition a great success

Over the bar Sponsorship and Competition 2013 Tullylish U10 and U8 players will be doing an Over the Bar event on Tuesday night the 24-9-2013 at Pairc na nÓg to raise funds. Will all parents please ensure that the sponsorship forms that were given out at training are available on the night so that the scores can be recorded and counted on the back
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Mayobridge P3/R3 P4/R4 Blitz Sat 14-9-2013

  Tullylish Under 10’s travelled to Mayobridge on Saturday to take part in the Coiste Dheisceart An Duin Blitz. Tullylish’s first game was against Warrenpoint and Tullylish fielded its strongest team and with a strong and focused performance Tullylish proved to be the better team on the day with the score Tullylish 2-2 Warrenpoint 0-1. Tullylish’s second game was a tight competitive match with
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Gerard and Rory Cairns Memorial Cup and Shield

Gerard and Rory cairns memorial cup and shield


Clann Na Banna U8 P3,R3/P4,R4 Blitz Sat 31-8-2013

    Tullylish Under 8’s travelled to Clann Na Banna for the U8 P3,R3/P4,R4 Blitz on Saturday to play for the Kevin Murphy Cup. There were 4 teams on the day competing for the Cup and Shield trophies. Tullylish were drawn against Annaclone first this resulted in a tight defensive game ending Tullylish 0-2 Annaclone 1-1. Tullylish’s second game against Drumgath was a thrilling
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Russell Gaelic Union Downpatrick Annual U8 P3,R3/P4,R4 Tournament

Russell Gaelic Union Downpatrick Annual U8 P3,R3/P4,R4 Tournament Sat 10-8-2013 at Pairc Thomáis Uí Ruiséil.   Tullylish Under 8’s travelled to RGU in Downpatrick for the Annual U-8 Tournament. There were 16 teams on the day competing for the Cup and Shield trophies and Tullylish were drawn in Group A against Annaclone, Ballyholland and Carryduff. Tullylish’s first match was against Ballyholland and Tullylish performed
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Cycling For Charlie

Myself, another club man Brian Roberts and former Tullylish great Seamus Murphy Jnr, along with 7 others are participating in a charity cycle from Mizen Head in Cork to Malin Head in Donegal a mere 412 miles from the 8th to the 14th of September. This is in aid of a friend’s son who was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) in January of
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An Riocht P3, P4 Blitz Sat 29-6-2013

An Riocht P3, P4 Blitz Sat 29-6-2013 Tullylish Under 8’s travelled to An Riocht, Kilkeel for the Kingdom Cup Tournament. Tullylish where drawn in Group B against Longstone, Sarsfield and Burren A. Tullylish’s first game was against Longstone and it turned into an exhibition of scores and great passing which resulted in a very comfortable win by Tullylish. The second game was against Sarsfields
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Tullylish Under 8’s V Annaclone Tues 11/6/2013

Tullylish Under 8’s hosted a number of matches against Annaclone at Pairc na nOg on Tuesday night. The 20 strong player squad played 3 very competitive matches against one of our local rivals. Three 10 min matches were contested and even the rain did not prevent the determined Tullylish team from their best performance this season which resulted in Tullylish overcoming Annaclone in all
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Burren Under 8 Blitz Sat 8/6/2013

Tullylish Under 8’s travelled to Burren for the Emma Carr Memorial Tournament. Tullylish where drawn in Group A against Burren A, Warrenpoint B and Saval. Tullylish’s first match was against a very strong Burren A and struggled against Burren A which resulted in Burren A 5-05 Tullylish 0-01, however Louie Hill stood out as man of the match. Tullylish’s second match was against Warrenpoint
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