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TULLYLISH U6s Vs ANNACLONE U6s

Tullylish played host on Tuesday 11th June to the U6, U8 and U10 Annaclone teams at our home ground of Parc na og.  Our U6 team was well represented with 22 young players all keen to play. Each team started 11 players and all the children got to play as frequent substitutions were made.  For Tullylish we had Rory Corbett, Niall Corbett, Victoria Brownlee,
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Jim Mulholland Cup Highlights Great Progress with U10s

Tullylish u10s travelled to An Riocht on Saturday 15th June to compete in the Jim Mulholland Cup were over 40 teams some  as far away as Dublin attended. Tullylish were in the same group as Patrick Sarsfields  (Co. Antrim), Bellaghy ( Co Derry) Attical and Bryansford (Co. Down). Tullylish played Patrick Sarsfields in their first game and came away worthy victors with a scoreline of
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South Down Leagues May 2013

Cumann Lúthcleas Gael Coiste Dheisceart An Duin 2013 U12 Leagues. Ballykelly Group U12 Div 1   P W D L Pts Mayobridge 4 3 0 1 6 CPN 4 3 0 1 6 Clonduff 4 2 0 2 4 Ballyholland 4 2 0 2 4 Burren 4 1 0 3 2 Shamrocks 4 1 0 3 2   Ballykelly Group U12 Div 2  
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Tullylish move to the top of the league

Glenn 0-6 Tullylish 1-8 Tullylish moved to the top of Division 2 last weekend following an impressive victory at Glenn on Friday night. The visitors displayed a greater hunger from start to finish as Glenn struggled to match their work rate in almost all sectors of the field. Played in atrocious conditions, with driving rain and a gale-force wind throughout, this was the classic
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Tullylish Seniors move to the top of Division 2

  Tullylish moved to the top of Division 2 last weekend following an impressive victory at Glenn on Friday night.  The visitors displayed a greater hunger from start to finish as Glenn struggled to match their work rate in almost all sectors of the field.  Played in atrocious conditions, with driving rain and a gale-force wind throughout, this was the classic ‘game of two
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Tullylish Under-12s v Glenn

  A BRILLIANT penalty save early in the second half from goalkeeper Kieron Keetley helped keep Tullylish Under-12s’ 100% win record alive away at Glenn last Sunday morning. Tullylish ran out easy winners in the end but they were made to work hard for the two points. They got off to a great start when Ordhan Connolly split the posts from 20 yards after
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u16s Tullylish V St Johns

  On a night were dirty ball would make up most of the game, the lads were very slow to start and went 1-3 down as a result, but after 10 mins they woke up and started to play the way we have done all year to date and we turned it round and took a small lead into half time.  The 2nd half started
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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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2013 Down GAA Kellogg’s Cúl Camp Launch

Down GAA Kellogg’s Cúl Camp Launch Burrendale Hotel,  Thursday 30th May 2013 Welcome: ¨  Seamus Ennis, Chairperson County Coaching and Games Committee.   ¨  Conor O’Toole, Down GAA Games Development Manager. 2012….. ¨   In 2012 40 Clubs hosted Kellogg’s Cúl Camps, with  a total 3,493 children attening.   ¨   This was the highest figure in Ulster for the 4th consecutive year, and the 6th
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Senior team notch another win

Tullylish 3-10 Dundrum 0-12   Playing their second match in 3 days Tullylish welcomed Dundrum to Pairc Nan Óg on Friday night and although the performance was patchy at times the result was never really in doubt as the home team were on top in most sectors of the field. Peter Quinn continued his recent good run by scoring 1-3 in the first 10
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