Eire Og Anacarty (@1.66) vs Upperchurch (@2.5)
11-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Eire Og Anacarty will win

Eire Og Anacarty – Upperchurch Match Prediction | 11-09-2019 13:00

Clonoulty-Rossmore drew with Portroe (0-22 to 1-19) and beat Ballina (0-16 to 1-10) during the group stage while Drom & Inch saw off the challenge of Portroe (3-15 to 0-10) and Ballina (3-20 to 2-16), but lost to the West men (1-24 to 2-15). And, the nature of that defeat is sure to irk everyone associated with the proud Drom & Inch club.

Jake Morris and Tommy Heffernan scored Nenaghs goals. For a full match report from this game please clickhere. Our senior hurlers recorded a 2-21 to 1-15 win over Upperchurch Drombane in the opening round of the Tipperary Water county championship on Saturday in Dolla.

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Sarsfields beat Carrick Swan by forty points (5-32 to 0-7), Kilruane MacDonaghs by seven points (1-25 to 2-15) and Nenagh ire g by sixteen points (4-10 to 2-10) to win group three with something spare. Following their form during the group stage of the championship Thurles Sarsfields, the defending champions, are unbackable favourites (1/3) to win a fourth successive Dan Breen Cup. Sarsfields, of course, also recently collected the Mid Tipperary senior hurling title thanks to a single-point final victory of Upperchurch-Drombane.

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Following these 2 fixtures is our mid quarter final against Thurles Sarsfields scheduled for Sunday Sept 15th at 2pm in The Ragg. We then play our final county group round against Loughmore-Castleiney on Saturday Sept 7th at 5pm in Templetouhy. SENIOR HURLINGThe hurling championship gets back into full swing with us guaranteed to be playing the next 3 weekends. This is part of a double header with Loughmore v Nenagh throwing in at 1pm. It all starts with our second round of the county championship on Sunday Sept 1st against Burgess at 2:30pm in The Ragg. Best of luck to the lads and it would be great to see a big local support there.

An open night for Tipperary hurling supporters was held at Semple Stadium in Thurles on 31 July.

Tipperary are unchanged from their win over Cork the previous weekend.[96][97]Brendan Maher made his comeback from the cruciate ligament injury when he came on in the second half.[98][99][100]Dublin had a 1-10 to 0-9 lead at the interval with their goal coming in the sixth minute from Fergal Whitely. In the quarter final on 16 March, in front of a crowd of 3,503, Dublin defeated Tipperary by one point on a 1-21 to 0-23 scoreline, it was there first win against Tipperary on Tipperary soil since 1946.

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On the man of the match award shortlist were Ronan Maher, Noel McGrath and Barry Heffernan with Noel McGrath winning the award which was presented by GAA president John Horan at the post match Tipperary function at the Clayton Burlington Hotel in Dublin. Highlights of the final were shown on The Sunday Game programme which aired at 9:30pm that night on RT Two and was presented by Des Cahill with match analysis from Brendan Cummins, Cyril Farrell, Jackie Tyrell, Ursula Jacob, Graeme Mulcahy, Derek McGrath and Enda Rowland.

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The match was televised live on RT2 as part of the Sunday Game presented by Joanne Cantwell from the Croke Park studio with analysis by Anthony Daly, Donal g Cusack and Henry Shefflin. J. Commentary on the game was provided by Marty Morrissey alongside Michael Duignan. The match was also live on Sky Sports presented by Rachel Wyse and Brian Carney with analysis from Ollie Canning, Jamesie O'Connor and J.

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60 for all players over 21 years of age. CLUB MEMBERSHIPClub membership for 2019 is now overdue. 30 for all players between the ages of 18 to 21. 20 for all players between the ages of 16 to 18. 40 for all non playing members irrespective of age. Anyone wishing to pay can do so either to club registrar JJ Kinane or online at http://www.upperchurchdrombanegaa.ie/members/ Prices remain unchanged from last year.

The match was televised live by TG4. On Sunday 3 March, Tipperary were due to play Cork at Pirc Ui Rinn in their fifth game of the league but the match was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch following a pitch inspection by referee Sean Cleere at 1pm.[83][84]On 4 March the Tipperary panel left for a week long training camp in Alicante, returning on the 8 March.[85]Tipperary played Cork two days after returning on 10 March at Pirc Ui Rinn with a 2pm throw-in.

A week later Tipperary played Waterford at Semple Stadium in their second match of the Munster Championship.[130]The Tipperary team named for the match included Alan Flynn coming in at half-back and Ronan Maher moving to corner back. Commentary on the game was provided by Darragh Maloney alongside Dnal O'Grady. There was one late change made on the day with Dan McCormack replacing Niall OMeara in the half forward line.[131][132]The match was televised live on RT2 as part of the Sunday Game presented by Joanne Cantwell with analysis by Henry Shefflin, Anthony Daly, and Donal g Cusack.