2013 News

January and February news
Cappawhite GAA Golf Society classic
The GAA Golf Society classic takes place this Sunday 3rd March in Ballykisteen. All are welcome. Please contact Franny Quinn (0879973730) or Mark Hayes (0876805355) to register your interest.
Tee off times are from 10.30am onwards.
Cappa badly beaten against Templederry
The second challenge game of the year was a disappointing one for the team and panel. The game took place against Templederry in Cappawhite at 11.30am on Sunday morning. Keeping in touch with Templederry was a struggle and the half time score was 1-8 to 0-4. Templederry however ran away with the second half on a score line of 6-18 to 0-11.
The team were missing a couple of players due to injury and genuine excuses. We hope these will be back in the coming weeks.
Team & Scorers
M Buckley, D O'Neill, S Ryan (W), S Griswood, P Stapleton, T Treacy, G Ryan (P), C McCarthy, J McGrath, K stapleton , N Hayes, M Kennedy, L McCarthy, M Ryan (W), M O'Neill. Subs F Quinn, D Orr, E Heffernan, G Kelly
Best wishes to Ger Ryan (P)
Good luck to Ger Ryan (P) in training for a marathon fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis in Kerry next month. The tough physical training being completed in the field is helping Ger complete his preparation. This is a great cause and we hope his fundraising goes well. If you wish to donate and support Ger's cause, see the link attached - http://www.mycharity.ie/event/gerard_ryans_event.
Cappa v Mungret Adult Challenge
We started the 2013 season with a challenge game in the fantastic all-weather pitch in UL against Limerick side Mungret. We started with a very different side to that which played in 2012. A lot of young players got experience playing with the senior side which will help them in their future development. We started well with Cian Creedon scoring a goal in the 1st minute of the game. John McGrath, Jerry O'Neill & Timmy Cranley also popped over points and things were looking up for us. Mungret now took over the scoring and with Russell Quirke scoring our only other white flag of the half. We went into the break down 2-11 to 1-04.
We started the 2nd half brightly and when Jerry O'Neill scored a goal in the 11th minute of the half their was only 3points in it. Both teams went point for point for the rest of half and Niall Hayes scored a goal in response to a Mungret green flag. The game finished 3-19 to 3-16 in favour of the Limerick side. It was a good run out for both teams. It was a good work-out and considering it was the 1st time we had used the hurleys this year we can be happy with our 2nd half performance especially.
Team & Scorers
M Buckley, M Ryan (W), S Ryan (W), E O'Meara, P Stapleton, M Kennedy, G Ryan (P), P Julian, J McGrath(0-01), J O'Neill (1-05), C Creedon (1-1), M O'Neill (0-01), Timmy Cranley(0-01), Niall Hayes (1-03), Russell Quirke(0-02). Subs Franny Quinn, Tom Treacy, Pat O'Neill (0-01), Kevin Stapleton(0-01), David Stapleton, David Orr, Eanna Heffernan
Gaeltacht Scholarships
Once again this year Tipperary GAA are offering scholarships to 2nd level students around the county. These scholaships are open to 2nd, 4th & 5th year students. Anyone interested in applying for one of these please contact a Club Officer. The applicant or their parents must have been a member of the club in 2012. Applications must be received by Feb 28th.
Club Training
Club training has commenced for all adult players within the club. Training is at 7.30pm on Tuesday nights and Friday evenings at 7.30pm. All players are welcome. All players training are asked to pay membership of €50 to Ann Holmes or Ross Dunne as soon as possible for insurance purposes.
All players are asked to sign a registration form also when training with the club. This registration form includes signing up to the recently adopted Code of Conduct for adult players in the club. The Code, developed by the players, outlines a number of initiatives in order to increase the standard of training and playing within the club and promotes equally for all players across our adult levels.
Please contact John "Fox" O'Neill or Ger O'Neill if you are interested in joining the senior or junior panels for 2013.
Well Done - Tom Treacy
Well done and fair play to Tom Treacy on lining out for Tipperary in the recent Waterford Crystal cup Semi final against LIT, Limerick.
Tom lined out at left corner back in the Tipperary team that went on to win by 5 points. The final score @Dolla was Tipperary 1-20 Limerick Institute of Technology 2-12.
Tom is the first Cappawhite man to appear for Tipp's senior hurling team in the past number of years. The club is proud to see one of it's players represented in the Blue and Gold.
Clare defeated Tipperary in the final of the Waterford Crystal Cup Senior Hurling competition on Saturday night February 9th.
See http://tipperary.gaa.ie/latestnews for further details.

Best of luck

Best of luck to all those players involved in the club in sitting their pre exams in the coming week or two. Like training, the hard work will pay off lads! We look forward to ye're return to training.

Cards

Cards are continuing to be played on a weekly basis in the community centre on sunday evenings. Please contact Martin McDermott at 085-1743076 for further details.

Cappawhite GAA website competition

Well done to Franny Quinn, who's name was drawn from the 6 right answers to our website competition. See our members area for more details on the February competition. Join up and be in with a chance to win some Cappawhite GAA merchandise.

March News

Minor Footballers in action
The 1st round of the West Minor Football takes place on Friday March 29th at 6pm in New Inn. Rockwell/Rosegreen combination are the opposition.

Tuesday March 26th County Cup Quarter Final 
Cappa Team: F. Quinn, D.O'Neill, S.Ryan(W), S.Grisewood, M.O'Neill(0-1f), T.Costello, P.Stapleton, D.Heffernan, T.Treacy, P.Julian, N.Hayes, R.Quirke(0-1) T.Cranley(0-1), J.O'Neill(3-7) E.Heffernan. Subs:P.O'Neill(0-1)for E.Heffernan.

Half Time: Cappa 0-5 Cashel 1-13.

Full Time Cappa 3-11 Cashel 1-15.

Cashel very dominant in the first half and were ahead 1-7 to 0-2 after 15 mins play.
Cappa improved in the latter stages of the first half with Jerry O'Neill and Russell Quirke beginning to cause problems for cashel defence. Cashel opened the scoring in the second half with a point from a free but Cappa thundered into the game with 3 quick points in succession. Cashel final score came in the 14 min. Jerry O'Neil gave a man of the match performance for Cappa in the final quarter where he hit 3-3, with 2 of the goals coming from close in frees. Cashel now found themselves 2 points in arrears and despite their best efforts failed to break down the Cappa defence in the closing stages. Best for Cappa were F. Quinn, R. Quirke, T. Treacy and J.O'Neill.

Club Membership

Please note that membership is now due and should be given to Ann Holmes or Ross Dunne as soon as possible.  The rates are as follows: Adult Player = E50, Non Player Adult = E30, Under 18 = E20.

Munster Colleges  Final

 Well done to Rian Doody who was on the Abbey CBS team that defeated Glanmire Community College after extra time in the Munster U 15 B hurling final on wed. last.

Adult Training

Adult Training continues each Tue and Fri at 7.30pm.

Tipp GAA Members Weekly Draw

Congratulations to John Bary who won E 200 in the Tipp GAA Draw recently.


Senior Hurling Rd 3 of County Cup
Our next Senior Hurling Match is on March 22nd at 8pm in Cappawhite V Cashel. Note time & date change from original fixture.
 
Senior Hurling Rd 2 of County Cup
Despite a good 1st half showing we were beaten by Golden on a scoreline of 2-16 to 0-10 in Golden on Sunday March 17th.
 
The team lined out as follows:
M. Buckley, D. O'Neill, S. Ryan (W), E. O'Meara, S. Griswood, T. Treacy, P. Stapleton, M. O'Neill, C. McCarthy, M. Kennedy, P. Julian, D. Orr, T. Cranley, P. O'Neill, K. Stapleton. Subs: T. Costello for S. Griswood, D. Heffernan for D. Orr, M. Ryan (W) for T. Cranley.
 
The next round takes place on weekend 24th march. The senior hurling team will play host to Cashel on Friday 22nd of March at 8pm in the next round.
 
Table Quiz Held in Armshaws
The Cappawhite heat of the All-County Table quiz was held in Armshaws on Friday 15th. Despite a couple of latecomers we had 6 tables who competed. It turned out to be a very competitive quiz where there was absolutely no cogging, cheating or use of mobile phones by the Treasurer. Finishing in 3rd place was a team led by Our Chairman John Barry, and ably assisted by Declan O'Meara, John McGrath & Michael Buckley, 2 teams finished with a very respectable 71/80 and had to partake in a tie-breaker round. In the tie breaker under the watchful eye of the quiz-master where once again there was absolutely no cogging, cheating or use of mobile phones, the team of Ann Treacy, Anne Holmes, Sean Hogan & David Hennessy beat the team of Franny Quinn, Paddy Quirke, Ross Dunne & Tom Treacy by a score of 8-5 and will now represent Cappawhite GAA in Thurles. I would just like to add once again that there was no cogging, cheating or use of mobile phones by either Franny Quinn (Goalie, Whether its junior or senior is debateable), Tom Treacy (Senior Captain), Ross Dunne(club Treasurer) or Paddy Quirke (Club PRO) throughout the course of the quiz.
Special Thanks to Liam & Eileen Armshaws of Armshaws Bar Cappawhite for their hospitality on the night. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Armshaws-Bar/314499184250?fref=ts 
Fundraising Meeting
A meeting will take place on Wednesday 27th of March in the Community Centre to discuss ways for the club to fundraise in 2013. If you have any Ideas please contact Michael McCarthy or Ross Dunne. All Suggestions welcome.
 
All County Table Quiz
The local heat of the All county table quiz in conjunction with Tipp FM takes place in Armshaws bar on Friday March 15th at 9pm. €40 per table of 4 or €10 per individual. Heat winner goes forward to County Final and will represent the club. The winner of the county final receives a trip to New York. The quiz is in support of our County Teams. Please support!!!
 
Cappawhite GAA Senior team - first round of the new Challenge Cup (County League)
Our senior team are in action this Sunday at 12 noon against Boherlahan in Boherlahan. All support is welcome. Best of luck to all involved.
 
Tipperary Coaching and Games Dev Conference 2013
For all adult club coaches - there is a seminar taking place Saturday 9th March. If you are interested in attending, please contact Michael (secretary) or Ross (treasurer) ASAP. See below for details.
 

Preparing the Adult Club Team – “The Games Based Approach”

On Saturday 9th March

Much of the committee’s concentration in recent years has been on the Juvenile section of the county. On this occasion we will focus on the Adult section and in particular preparing and coaching the adult player. Over the years coaching and team preparation has evolved from a place where in the 70’s and 80’s the attention was on physical fitness, in the 90’ and 00’s the use of  drills became very popular. At this time also such things as SAQ and speed training was in demand. Now as we move in to the 10’s the whole area of strength and conditioning is in vogue.

All of the above are very valid methods of team preparation and are part of the OTú Model of coaching developed by National Coaching and Games. The OTú model encourages use of the 3 T’s and 3 P’s. The 3 T’s are; Technical Proficiency, Tactical Awareness and Team Play. The 3P’s are Physical Fitness, Psychological Focus and Performance Analysis. We must bear in kind while using the 3 T’s and 3 P’s method, we are still preparing players to ultimately play matches.  By using best practice in a “Game Based Approach” we can achieve the aims of the OTú model.

In this Seminar we will discuss topic directly related to preparing the adult club player. Presentations will be made on issues such as; 

·         Managing the Adult Club Player – Eamon  o Shea

·         The “Club Players” needs, from a players perspective. Ken Dunne

·         The Club Footballers needs – Shane Ronayne

·         Developing the “Games Based Approach”. Paudie Butler

  • Practical on field sessions to display the “Games Based Approach” Paudie o Neill/Shane Ronayne

Eamonn o Shea and Paudie o Neill will be among a full panel of speaker  who will be in attendance on the day, the full timetable will follow shortly. Clubs are invited to send Adult Club Managers and Coaches i.e. from U21 to adult. We are confident that this will be a very worthwhile project and encourage as many clubs as possible to get involved.

As a footnote we will be looking for adult club players to take part in the practical sessions. If any club wishes to volunteer a squad or a number of players please contact me. I will need 20 footballers and 20 hurlers for 70minutes on the day and they will receive a full workout.

Cappawhite GAA Golf Society classic
The GAA Golf Society classic took place Sunday 3rd March in Ballykisteen. Well done to all for ther participation.
 
Best wishes to Ger Ryan (P)
Good luck to Ger Ryan (P) in training for a marathon fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis in Kerry next month. The tough physical training being completed in the field is helping Ger complete his preparation. This is a great cause and we hope his fundraising goes well. If you wish to donate and support Ger's cause, see the link attached - http://www.mycharity.ie/event/gerard_ryans_event.
 
Club Training
Club training has commenced for all adult players within the club. Training is at 7.30pm on Tuesday nights and Friday evenings at 7.30pm. All players are welcome. All players training are asked to pay membership of €50 to Ann Holmes or Ross Dunne as soon as possible for insurance purposes.
 
All players are asked to sign a registration form also when training with the club. This registration form includes signing up to the recently adopted Code of Conduct for adult players in the club. The Code, developed by the players, outlines a number of initiatives in order to increase the standard of training and playing within the club and promotes equally for all players across our adult levels.
 
Please contact John "Fox" O'Neill or Ger O'Neill if you are interested in joining the senior or junior panels for 2013.
 

Cards

Cards are continuing to be played on a weekly basis in the community centre on sunday evenings. Please contact Martin McDermott at 085-1743076 for further details.

Cappawhite GAA website competition

The March questions can be viewed in the members area. Those with three correct answers are in with a chance of winning Cappawhite GAA gear.

April/May/June News
West Munster Hurling League
The second fixture of the Munster league will be played on Tuesday next (25/06) vs Causeway (Kerry) in Cappawhite at 7.30pm. Best of luck to all involved.
Cappawhite 10km Fun Walk/Run
The Cappawhite 10km Fun Walk/Run is on Sunday 7th July. Training in the GAA field every Mon-Wed-Fri 7-8pm. All ages and fitness levels are welcome. C'Mon its lots of fun!
Contact Lar on 086-2529397 for further information. Proceeds from the day will help the Cappawhite Gym. The GAA club wishes to encourage all members and players to support.The gym is something which is of great benefit to the club and is always available for our players to use.
West Munster Hurling League - 1st round defeat vs Murroe Boher (Limerick)
Hard luck to the senior hurling panel who lost out to Murroe Boher in a score line of 1-23 to 2-10 in the opening round of the West Munster Hurling League on Wednesday, 19th of June.
The team was as follows:
M.Buckley,
B. Buckley S. Ryan (W) G. Ryan (P)
P. Stapleton C.McCarthy J.McGrath
M. O'Neill R.Quirke
J. O'Neill P. Fitzgerald T.Cranley
S. Ryan (P) M. Ryan (W) G. Kelly
Subs: D. O'Neill for S. Ryan (W), J. Kirby for S. Ryan (P), M. O'Connor for G. Kelly.
West Munster Hurling League
The opening fixture of the Munster league will be played on Wednesday next vs Murroe Boher in Boher at 7.30pm. Best of luck to all involved.
West SHC Semi Final - Losing vs Clonoulty Rossmore
Hard luck to the senior hurling panel who lost out to Clonoutly Rossmore in the Semi Final of the Tipperary Co-op West senior hurling championship on Sunday, 16th of June. The score ended 3-16 to 3-06. The scoreline might be a bit harsh on a Cappawhite team that put in a strong effort, before fitness ultimately showing on the day. Cappawhite started well and held the Clonoulty forwards to a two points in the opening period. In that time, Paul Fitzgerald and Timmy Cranley netted to give Cappawhite an early lead of 2-04 to 0-02. For the last ten mins of the first half though, Clonoulty hit a purple patch, opening up the Cappawhite backline and scoring two goals. They went in at half time ahead - 2-05 to 2-04. After a frantic and evenly contested first half, the second half showed Clonoulty's class. The forwards got more space and scored another goal early on. Cappawhite's lack of fitness was probably the deciding factor in the end but a good effort was put in. Cappawhite responded with a goal of their own - a fine solo effort from Russell Quirke. Hard luck to all involved. Tom Treacy stood out in the Cappawhite backs, before having to retire with injury. He was ably assisted by Tomas Costello. Russell Quirke worked tiredlessly at midfield for the full hour and scored a great goal. Up front, the return of Paul Fitzgerald caused problems to Clonoulty throughout. The defeat leaves Cappawhite heading into Round 2 of the County Championship where they will play the winners of Burgess and Carrick Davins. The fixture is yet to be confirmed.
See link for a report from the Nationalist newspaper:
The team was as follows:
F. Quinn,
C.McCarthy T. Costello R. Dunne
M. O'Neill S. Ryan (W) T.Treacy
J. McGrath R.Quirke
G.Ryan (P) D. Kelly J. Bradshaw
J.O'Neill P. Fitzgerald T.Cranley
Subs: P. O'Neill for J. McGrath, K. Stapleton for T. Treacy.
Tipperary IH Munster championship
Well done to Cappawhite senior hurling captain Tom Treacy on being selected at left corner back for the Tipperary intermediate hurling team on Sunday last against Limerick in a match that Tipperary won. Well done Tom, keep up the good work.
West SH Crosco Cup - Win vs Golden
Well done to the senior hurling panel who bet Golden in the quarter final of the Crosco Cup on Wednesday, 5th of June. The score line was 5-8 to 2-16 in a high scoring game. Golden who did much of the hurling in the opening period found themselves behind at half time thanks to a hattrick of goals from Paul Fitzgerald. Further goals from Sean Ryan (P) and Michael O'Connor in the second half saw Cappawhite pull away. However, Golden finished with 2 goals of their own in the last 5mins to level the match. Timmy Cranley stroke two late frees to ensure Cappa won the match. Cappawhite had some good performances from Breandan Buckley, Denis Kelly, Mike Ryan (W), Timmy Cranley and Paul Fitzgerald.
The team lined out as follows:
M. Buckley,
B. Buckley, T. Costello, D. O'Neill
P. Stapleton D.Kelly G.Ryan (P)
G.Kelly, J. McGrath
T. Cranley, M. Ryan (W), J. Kirby
J. Carmody, P. Fitzgerald, L. McCarthy
Subs: S. Ryan (P) for P. Fitzgerald, M. O'Connor for L. McCarthy, D.Stapleton for J. Carmody
West SHC Round 5 - Win vs Cashel
Well done to the senior hurling panel who bet Cashel in the fifth and final group stage game of the Tipperary Co-op West senior hurling championship on Sunday, 12th of May. The result means that Cappawhite go forward to the semi final vs Clonoulty Rossmore in June. The score ended 1-11 to 1-10. Cashel got off to a flying start - Dylan Fitzelle getting a touch on a long delivery into the Cappawhite square. Cashel had the better of the opening and scored a few points to go 4 points up. As Cappawhite settled from the slow start, they were right back in the game when Timmy Cranley blasted home from a tight angle after some good work from Jerry O'Neill. At half time, Cappawhite trailed by a point. The second half saw Cappawhite go ahead by 3 points as they took the game for Cashel. However, in keeping with the game as a whole, Cashel came back at Cappawhite and went a point ahead with two minutes left to play. Cappawhite in a spirited fashion, came back to equalise through Matthew Kennedy (his fourth from play over the hour) with a minute to play on the clock. It was left to Jerry O'Neill to get the winner just before we went into added time. Injury time lasted forever, with Cashel dropping a ball short into the Cappawhite square from a '65. Nerves dangled for the remaining minute or two but Cappawhite held on for a victory that sees them progress to the Semi final vs Clonoulty. Hard luck to Cashel who performed well and battled throughout. Tom Treacy again stood out in the Cappawhite backs, with Kevin Stapleton making a huge impact from the bench at wing back. They were ably assisted by Donagh Heffernan at midfield. Up front, Matthew Kennedy's four points from play went a long way to securing the win.
The team lined out as follows:
F. Quinn,
C.McCarthy S.Ryan (W) G.Ryan (P)
M. O'Neill T.Treacy R.Dunne
P. Julian D.Heffernan
M.Kennedy J.McGrath R. Quirke
J. O'Neill T.Costello T.Cranley
Subs: P. O'Neill for T.Costello, K. Stapleton for T. Cranley, J. Bradshaw (blood sub) for J. McGrath.
West JBH Round 1 - Loss vs Golden
Hard luck to the Junior hurling panel who lost out in their first Junior B game of the year on Saturday, 11th of May. Despite falling behind in the first half by 8 points, Cappawhite came back at Golden strongly in the second half and almost caused an upset.
The team lined out as follows:
M. Buckley
B. Buckley D. O'Neill E. Heffernan
E. O'Meara D.Kelly P.Stapleton
J. English D.Orr
L.McCarthy K. Mullins T. Carr
G.Kelly M.Ryan (W) J.Carmody
Subs: S. Ryan (P) for J.Carmody, J. Bradshaw for L. McCarthy, P. Fitzgerald for G.Kelly, D.Stapleton for T.Carr
Congratulations to the u12s on their win in the football West final
Congrats to the u12s on their great win over Eire Og Annacarthy in the West final on Monday last, 6th May in Golden. Well done to all involved. Best of luck for the county semi final. Bring on the hurling! Haway the lads.
More details at U12's Update
West SHC Round 5
Cappawhite's next game in the Tipperary Co-op West Senior Hurling Championship is on the 12th of May against Cashel at 3:00pm in Dundrum. A win will see the team progress to the semi finals.
West SHC Round 4 - Losing vs Kickhams
Hard luck to the senior hurling panel who lost out to Kickhams in the fourth game of the Tipperary Co-op West senior hurling championship on Saturday, 4th of May. The score ended 1-10 to 0-14. Jerry O'Neill, Russell Quirke, Timmy Cranley and Tom Treacy were among the first half scorers. The second half saw Kickhams go ahead by 3 points only for Jerry O'Neill to goal late on in what looked like the score to draw the match. However, Kickhams had enough to get one more opportunity and Paudie Slattery slotted over in injury time to win the game for Kickhams. Hard luck to all involved - always hard to lose late on. Cathal McCarthy stood out in the Cappawhite backs, but the scores were hard to come by in the forwards. The defeat leaves Cappawhite needing a win in the final group game against Cashel to secure a semi final spot.
See link for a report from the Nationalist newspaper:
The team and scorers were as follows:
F. Quinn,
C.McCarthy S.Ryan (W) G.Ryan (P)
M. O'Neill T.Costello T.Treacy
P. Julian D.Heffernan
J.O'Neill M. Ryan (W) N. Hayes
R. Quirke R.Dunne T.Cranley
Subs: P. O'Neill for M. Ryan (W), K. Stapleton for T. Cranley, J. McGrath (blood sub) for Niall Hayes.
West SHC Round 4
Cappawhite's next game in the Tipperary Co-op West Senior Hurling Championship is on the 4th of May against Kickhams in Eire Og Annacarthy at 6:30pm.
West SHC Round 3 - losing vs Eire Og Annacarthy
Hard luck to the senior hurling panel who lost out to Eire Og in the third game of the Tipperary Co-op West senior hurling championship on Sunday, 28th of April. The score ended 1-13 to 0-14. Jerry O'Neill was scorer in chief during the opening period. The second half saw both teams come more into the game, but it was Eire Og who got the vital goal mid way through the second half. There were many positives to take from the game. Francis Quinn in goals kept Cappa in the game with a few good saves in the opening period. The team battled well and the work rate of the team remained high throughout. Best for Cappawhite were Franny Quinn, Tom Treacy and Jerry O'Neill.
The team and scorers were as follows:
F. Quinn,
C.McCarthy S.Ryan (W) G.Ryan (P)
R.Dunne M. O'Neill T.Treacy
M.Kennedy D.Heffernan
R.Quirke N. Hayes P.Julian
K.StapletonJ.O'Neill T.Cranley
Subs: P. O'Neill for K.Stapleton, M. Ryan (W) for N.Hayes
West SHC Round 3
Cappawhite's next game in the Tipperary Co-op West Senior Hurling Championship is on the 28th of April against Eire Og Annacarthy at 1:30pm in Golden. This game is part of a double header with Kickhams V Clonoulty/Rossmore on at 3:00pm.
West SHC Round 2 - win vs Golden
Well done to the senior hurling panel who defeated Golden in the second game of the Tipperary Co-op West senior hurling championship on Sunday last, 14th of April. The score ended 1-13 to 0-08. The team played with a strong wind in the first half, building up a lead of 11 points at half time (0-13 to 0-02). Jerry O'Neill was scorer in chief during the opening period. The second half saw Golden come more into the game playing with the strong wind. However, Cappawhite, playing with an extra man in defence held out strong and grabbed a goal half way through the second half. Russell Quirke, who hurled well throughout got the goal, a fine solo effort from a tight angle, putting Cappa in the driving seat. Again, there were many positives to take from the second game to carry forward to the next match against Eire Og. The team battled well and the work rate of the team remained high throughout. Best for Cappawhite were Tom Costello, Tom Treacy, Russell Quirke and Jerry O'Neill.
See link for a report from the Nationalist newspaper:
The team was as follows:
F. Quinn,
C.McCarthy S.Ryan (W) G.Ryan (P)
M. O'Neill T.Costello T.Treacy
P.Julian D.Heffernan
R.Quirke N. Hayes M.Kennedy
K.Stapleton J.O'Neill R. Dunne
Subs: P. O'Neill for K.Stapleton, T. Cranley for M.Kennedy
West SHC Round 2
Cappawhite's next game in the Senior Hurling is on Sunday April 14th at 3pm in New Inn. This game is part of a double header with Kickhams V Cashel on at 1:30pm.
West SHC Round 1
We were defeated by Clonoulty Rossmore in the opening game of the Tipperary Co-op West senior hurling championship on Sunday last, 7th of April. The score ended 2-10 to 0-12. Despite the defeat, there were many positives to take from the opening game to carry forward to the next match against Golden (taking place next Sunday, 14th April in New Inn at 3pm). The team battled well and arguably had the better of the first half, despite going in 2-5 to 0-6 down at half time. Both goals were avoidable. The team, driven forward by captain, Tom Treacy, came back at Clonoulty in the second half but could only close the gap to two points throughout the second half. Best for Cappawhite were Sean Ryan (W), Tom Treacy, Matthew Kennedy and Jerry O'Neill.
The team and scorers were as follows:
F. Quinn,
C.McCarthy S.Ryan (W) G.Ryan (P)
M. O'Neill T.Costello T.Treacy
P.Julian D.Heffernan
N.Hayes P. O'Neill M.Kennedy (0-1)
K.Stapleton R.Quirke J.O'Neill (0-11)
Subs: T.Cranley for K.Stapleton.

U14 Feile Hurling

Cappawhite 1-04 Kickhams 2-9

Cappawhite were hoping for a result in this match after having gotten beaten by Golden 1-11 to 4-07 on Wednesday last.

Cappawhite hosted this second round hurling competition to Kickhams on Saturday afternoon last however the opposition again proved to be that bit stronger on the day. This is a good bunch so heads up lads and keep on with the training.

The Cappawhite panel and scorers were:

Ryan Renehan, Philip Gantley, Brendan Murphy, Fionn Brady, William Barry, Robbie Quirke, Patrick Barry, Fraser Allen(0-1), Cian Ryan, Aaron Renehan, David Murphy(0-1), Dara McCarthy, Jerry Hayes, Colm O’Dwyer(1-01), Gearóid Ryan(0-1). Subs: Anthony Barry, Cian Murray and Séan Ralph.

U12B Boys Football

Cappawhite 1-06 Éire Óg Annacarty 2-2

Cappawhite travelled to Annacarty to contest the second round of the football competition on Thursday evening last. This was a thrilling game and there was nothing between the teams. Éire Óg led by a single point at the break. Cappa pulled back 2 points after the interval to take the lead. However the Annacarty lads replied with a goal with 5 minutes left to go 2 points ahead. Our U12’s showed great determination and put over 3 fine points to win out the game by a single point. Well done to all.

The Cappawhite panel and scorers were:

Oscar Allen, Anthony Barry, Mikey O’Brien , Patrick Barry, Gearoid Ryan (0-2), Ryan Renehan(0-3), Aaron Renehan , Gearoid Lennon (1-0), Dara McCarthy, Gillanne Quirke, Philip Gantley, Jack Armshaw, Neil Clancy(0-1), Anthony Barry.

U12B Boys Football

Cappawhite 2-06 Rosegreen 0-1

Cappawhite hosted this first round football competition to Rosegreen on Tuesday evening last. The Hosts proved to be the stronger of these two teams and put in a fine display of team football. Rosegreen were unlucky not to put up more scores on the board and contested the game to the final whistle. Well done to all.

The Cappawhite panel and scorers were:

Oscar Allen, Anthony Barry, Mikey O’Brien(1-01) , Patrick Barry, Gearoid Ryan (0-2), Ryan Renehan, Aaron Renehan (0-2), Gearoid Lennon (1-1), Dara McCarthy, Gillanne Quirke, Philip Gantley, Jack Armshaw, Neil Clancy, Anthony Barry.

The U12 team mentors are Ger Ryan (B), Shane O’Brien and Martin McDermott.

Tipperary IH panel
Well done to Cappawhite senior hurling captain Tom Treacy on being selected on the Tipperary intermediate hurling panel. Well done Tom, keep up the good work. Best of luck to Tom for the year.
West SHC Round 1
Cappawhite V Clonoulty in Golden on April 7th @ 3pm. Ref Phil Ryan. The lads have trained very well under Fox, Simon & Seanie since January and deserve your support on Sunday. It will be a tough ask against a Clonoulty side going for their 7th West title in a row. Best of luck to all involved.
 
Minors well beaten
The minors got off to a bad start in their opening West Football game losing out to Rockwell/Rosegreen by a score of 8-10 to 3-02. We were soundly beaten in the 1st half but played alot better in the 2nd half and if we can play like we did in the 2nd half in the rest of our games we will fare out alot better.
 
July/August/September weekly news
 
u16s win-West Tipp League Champions vs Lattin Cullen
Congratulations to the u16 hurling panel who won a league title on Saturday 21st vs Lattin Cullen in Solohead.
The final score was Cappawhite 1-17 Lattin Cullen 1-13.
The Cappawhite team took some time to get going in this match - but when they did, they showed their true potential. After a disappointing championship (exiting after two defeats), the league final saw the final opportunity to win some silverware. The teams were evenly matched in the first half with both teams scoring point for point. Lattin then scored a goal half way through the half to signal some of their dominance in that period. The team went in 2 points down at half time. However, the second half saw Cappawhite rally and began to hurl at championship pace. Tommy Coughlan (Mr. Versatility) was operating at corner forward to good effect, a score off his left early on setting the tone for Cappawhite's second half dominance. The midfield duo of Eoin Ryan and Darragh Clancy were clearing ball after ball. Further scores from Rian Doody and Robbie Quirke had Cappa in the driving seat. Then a five minute period that turned the game. Robbie Quirke, in a new full forward role, broke 3 challenges before shooting into the bottom corner to get Cappa's only goal of the game. Shortly after, Dean Kelly made a brave save to prevent Lattin coming back into the game. The one time that the Lattin team opened up the Cappawhite defence in the second half, Dean was up for the challenge, blocking a great shot. The Cappa backs were on hand to collect the rebound and bring the sliothar out of danger, despite the Lattin pressure. A odd scare for the team towards the end, but they held out to good effect and were crowned League champions at the final whistle. Captain Darragh Clancy accepted the plate on behalf of his teammates.
 
The Cappawhite full back line of Frazer Allen, Tim Meagher and Shane Farrell were having to withstand heavy pressure late on - but held out very well. Wing back Alan O'Dwyer made a telling block with his body from a rounded 21 yard free. His brother, Jim was dominant at centre back. Eanna Buckley completed the half back line, performing a fine man marking display on Shane Neville of Lattin Cullen. As mentioned earlier, the midfield duo of Eoin and Darragh were at their best and got through a lot of work for their team. The half forward line of Rian Doody, Shane Ryan and James O'Dea won important ball. James O'Dea put in a fine performance on his home pitch in Solohead, being an available outlet at important times in the second half. The full forward line of Tommy Coughlan, Robbie Quirke and Kieran Duggan were industrious. Kieran was unlucky to be replaced early on, but Cappawhite were in need of a goal threat at the time. County medalist on the u14 team, David Murphy supplied that threat, although a limited supply of ball reached him during the game. The other subs on the day included Fionn Brady and William Barry (both u14 county champions) as well as Christopher Irwin and Cian Moloney - both who played their part in the earlier rounds of the league (operating in the full forward line).
 
A great effort was made by the players and a good end to a week that saw the u14s crowned county champions. The future is bright hopefully and bigger tests will be in place hurling in the "A" competitions over the next few years.
The team was as follows:
D.Kelly,
F. Allen T. Meagher S. Farrell
E.Buckley J. O'Dwyer A. O'Dwyer
D. Clancy E. Ryan
R. Doody S.Ryan J. O'Dea
K.Duggan R.Quirke T. Coughlan
Subs: D. Murphy.
Unused subs: F.Brady, W.Barry, C.Moloney, C.Irwin
 
Congratulations to our u14 County Champions!
Well done to the u14 hurling panel who won the u14B County Tipperary hurlin final on Saturday, 15th of September.
 
The final score was Cappawhite 3-15 Skeheenarinky/Newcastle 1-04.
 
Breathtaking.
Phenomenal.
Exceptional.
 
These are some of the words spoken from the people of Cappawhite with regard to the u14's performance in the County final. Given the age profile of the panel, the victory is all the more impressive. From the off, Cappawhite were tuned in and ready to hurl.
 
Well done to all on the magnificant team performance. The manner of this victory will have pleased the Cappawhite following in Cashel on Saturday last, 15th September. "Old-school Cappawhite hurling" was mentioned in the stands from the off - the ball crossing over the pitch with the forwards in particular moving off their markers. The experience of the defeat in last years county final looked to have stood to the group of players. The team started like a house on fire. A couple of early scores settled the team down early and they began to show how they could hurl. William Barry got the first goal, an opportunist ground strike from 8 yards out signalled Cappawhite's dominance in the early period. William, operating at corner forward, turned provider a few minutes later. Controlling Robbie Quirke's delivery from the midfield, William turned his man before picking out his name sake -  the flying William Armshaw! Armshaw, collecting the ball 30 yards from goal, soloed to beyond the 21 yard line before finishing to the top corner for a goal that wouldn't be out of place in Croke Park. Catch him if you can! Cappa led 2-5 to 0-1 at this stage and were well on top. Brendan Murphy was dictating the half back line and the forwards were getting the good ball they needed. The first half saw further impressive scores - one for William Armshaw off his right, a great score from Gearoid Ryan (B) off his left as well as a tidy free from full forward David Murphy from a tight angle. The pick of the points was William Barry's effort from close to the end line over his shoulder. While the scores came from these 4 in particular in the first half, the work ethic of Diarmuid Duggan and Cian Ryan was as important to the team - both players making impressive hooks on their opposing players as well as setting up scores for the others. Colm O'Dwyer and captain Robbie Quirke kept the ball flowing into the forwards and helping out the backs. The backs and goal man were as impressive. Ryan Renehan will have busier days but everything that came his way he cleared with confidence. His long range puck outs were again the mention of many conversations held after the game. Philip Gantley and Fionn Brady typified old style full back men - usually marking bigger opponents but staying goal side of their men and cutting off the danger. In the other corner was Ciaran Doody, who typified a more modern corner back! - willing to come out the field a bit more. One particular catch in the first half was one of many highlights of his game. The half back line of Frazer Allen, Brendan Murphy and Patrick Barry were on form. While many of the clearances came from Frazer and Brendan, Patrick, or Pakie, willingness to get stuck in and work was as important as ever. His work rate allowed both Frazer and Brendan to mop up the ball and deliver it to the wings. The second half saw Skeheenarinky/Newcastle get a goal back early on, but in truth the damage was done. Cappa kept adding on the points before a thunder bolt from the goal machine, David Murphy, saw the end of the game as a contest. Davey took on three opponents across the pitch before rifling an unstoppable shot off his left beyond the keeper. Cappawhite brought on Aaron Renehan, Dara McCarthy, Anthony Barry and Cian Murray -all who contribuated, not only to this win but also to the wins in the championship as well as the unused subs - Jerry Hayes, Oscar Allen, Anthony Barry (younger), Sean Ralph and Gearoid Lennon. Their willingness to train was of huge help and are as important as those players who played. The importance of having numbers at training was never as evident in this win.
 
It was left to Robbie Quirke, the captain to accept the County trophy on behalf of the panel! All the players gave a great effort and can be congratulated. The club is proud of the efforts of the players as well as the huge contribution made by the management of Michelle Murphy, George Kelly, Noel Kelly, Dick Quirke and Ger Ryan (B). A word of thanks also to the efforts of the Bord na nOg officers whom without their help, the win would not be possible.
The team and panel was as follows:
R.Renehan,
P. Gantley F. Brady C. Doody
P. Barry B. Murphy F.Allen
R. Quirke C. O'Dwyer
G. Ryan (B) C.Ryan W. Armshaw
W. Barry D. Murphy D. Duggan
Subs: A.Renehan, D. McCarthy, A.Barry, C. Murray. J.Hayes, O.Allen, A.Barry, G. Lennon and S. Ralph
 
 
u16s Fixture - League FINAL- Hurling vs Lattin Cullen
Best wishes to the u16 hurling panel who play their league final match on Saturday 22th of September in Solohead at 3.30pm. Your support is greatly appreciated.
 
u21s win-West Tipp First Round-Hurling Championship vs Galtee Rovers
Well done to the u21 hurling panel who won their First Round West Tipperary hurling on Saturday, 15th of September vs Galtee Rovers.
The final score was Cappawhite 2-17 Rockwell 0-11.
Our team camee out on top thanks to a strong 15min period in the second half where they took control of the match thanks to goals from Darragh Barry and Fearghal Ryan. The teams were point for point all through the first half. The win will help the team and give them a good chance of getting through the three team group with Rockwell/Rosegreen to play. A win will see them top their group. Cappawhite had some good performances. Eanna Heffernan in the full backline and Davey and Pa Stapleton in the half back line were on top and cleared a lot of ball. Eimhin O'Meara and Kev Stapleton won the midfield battle, with some good scores coming from both. Darragh Barry, Seanie Ryan (W) and Brian Carew got some nice points and full forward Fearghal Ryan (B) scored a good goal with a overhead flick from a long delivery. Owen Riordan and James Ryan both came on at half time, with Owen in particular catching some good puck outs. Joey O.Riordan also came on at centre forward.
 
The team was as follows:
D. Orr,
E.Heffernan D. O'Neill M.Leahy
L. McCarthy P. Stapleton D. Stapleton
E.O'Meara K.Stapleton
D.Kiely J. Ryan(P) D. Barry
S.Ryan (W) F.Ryan (B) B.Carew
Subs: O.Riordan, J.Ryan, J. O'Riordan. Unused: R.Quirke, P.Ryan, C.Ryan
 
 
u14s Fixture-County FINAL-Hurling Championship vs Skeheenarinky/Newcastle
Best wishes to the u14 hurling panel who play their county final match on Saturday 15th of September in Cashel at 1.30pm. Your support is greatly appreciated. Flags are available to order from the club secretary, Michael McCarthy.
 
u16s lose-West Tipp Second Round-Hurling Championship vs Rockwell
Hard luck to the u16 hurling panel who lost their West Tipperary hurling second round on Monday, 9th of September.
The final score was Cappawhite 2-11 Rockwell 4-08.
Our team were second best to Rockwell through out the first half with very few players performing to their ability. The team went in 5 points down at half time. However, the team rallied in the second half, bringing the game to Rockwell. A combination of good hurling and great spirit saw Cappawhite level the match with 3mins to play. Rockwell however, got a winning goal in the last minute after a long delivery into the square. Despite the defeat, Cappawhite had some fine performances. Darragh Clancy, the captain, was outstanding on the night and scored 1-3 from midfield. Frazer Allen, Jim O'Dwyer and Tommy Coughlan also hurled well. The introduction of three u14s (David Murphy, William Barry and Robbie Quirke) helped the team battle back to level scores in the second half. The defeat leaves the u16s knocked out of this years championship. A great effort was made by the players and if they can learn from their defeats, the future is bright for many of the hurlers. They still have the league final vs Lattin to play.
The team was as follows:
F. Brady,
F. Allen T. Meagher S. Farrell
E.Buckley J. O'Dwyer A. O'Dwyer
D. Clancy E. Ryan
K.Duggan T. Coughlan J. O'Dea
R. Doody S.Ryan C. Irwin
Subs: D. Murphy, W.Barry and R.Quirke.
 
u14s win-County Semi Final-Hurling Championship vs Silvermines
Well done to the u14 hurling panel who won their County Tipperary hurling semi final on Saturday, 8th of September.
 
The final score was Cappawhite 1-12 Silvermines 2-03.
 
Well done to all on the performance. The team responded to two early goals from Silvermines. All the players gave a great effort and can be congratulated. Particularly impressive was our ability to remain calm despite Silvermines getting two quick goals and to keep chipping away at the Silvermines lead at that stage. David Murphy's overhead strike for the goal was the highlight of the match. Best of luck to all the players and coaches ahead of the county final where we play Skeheenarinka on Saturday next 15th of September. The club is proud of the efforts of the management and players despite the outcome next Saturday.
The team was as follows:
R.Renehan,
P. Gantley F. Brady C. Doody
P. Barry B. Murphy F.Allen
R. Quirke C. O'Dwyer
G. Ryan (B) C.Ryan W. Armshaw
W. Barry D. Murphy D. Duggan
Subs: A.Renehan
 
u14s Fixture-County Semi final -Hurling Championship vs Silvermines
Best wishes to the u14 hurling panel who play their county semi final match on Saturday 7th of September vs Silvermines in Littleton at 2.30pm. Your support is greatly appreciated.
 
u16s Fixture-West Tipp Second Round-Hurling Championship vs Rockwell
Best wishes to the u16 hurling panel who play their second round match on Monday,9th of September vs Rockwell in Golden at 6.30pm. Your support is greatly appreciated.
 
All Ireland hurling medalist - Tom Treacy
Congrats to Cappawhite senior hurling captain Tom Treacy in the Intermediate All Ireland hurling Final against Kilkenny last Saturday evening (31st August) in Nolan Park. Tom has lined out at left corner back in the match and performed excellently, being Tipp FM's man of the match. Well done to Tom and his teammates. It was great to see Cappawhite followers down to see Tom on Saturday evening. The club is proud of his achievements and takes the opportunity to congratulate him.
u16s lose-West Tipp First Round-Hurling Championship vs Lattin Cullen
Hard luck to the u16 hurling panel who lost their West Tipperary hurling first round on Sunday, 1st of September.
The final score was Cappawhite 1-09 Lattin Cullen 2-13
 
Our team were second best to Lattin through out this first round match. The team did not have the same scoring power as their Lattin counterparts. The defeat leaves the u16s in a losers group against Rockwell on Monday, 9th Sept needing a win to get back in contention for a semi final. Best on the day were Tommy Coughlan and Eanna Buckley
 
The team was as follows:
F. brady,
F. Allen T. Meagher E.Buckley
T. Coughlan J. O'Dwyer A. O'Dwyer
D. Clancy E. Ryan
R. Doody J. O'Dea C. Irwin
K.Duggan S.Ryan W. Barry
Subs: D. Murphy
Inter-county Intermediate All Ireland Final
Best wishes to Cappawhite senior hurling captain Tom Treacy ahead of the Intermediate All Ireland hurling Final against Kilkenny next Saturday evening at 6pm in Nolan Park. Tom has lined out at left corner back in the matches up to this. Best of luck to Tom and his teammates. We hope to see Cappawhite followers down to see Tom on Saturday evening.
 
u16s Fixture-West Tipp First Round-Hurling Championship vs Lattin/Cullen
Best wishes to the u16 hurling panel who play their first round match on Sunday,1st of September vs Lattin Cullen in Lattin at 12.30pm.
u14s win-West Tipp Final-Hurling Championship vs Eire Og Annacarthy
Well done to the u14 hurling panel who won their West Tipperary hurling final on Tuesday, 27th of August.
 
The final score was Cappawhite 5-9 Eire Og 1-08.
 Well done to all on the performance. The team started well and finished strongly. Ryan Renehan's puck outs were again a feature of the game. Philip Gantley and Ciaran Doody were tigerish in their respective corners, not giving any space to the forwards. Fionn Brady was again coolness personified at full back and played it safe at all times despite marking physically bigger men. Patrick Barry and Cian Ryan were full of energy of the wings and Brendan Murphy was outstanding at centre back. Robbie Quirke and Colm O'Dwyer worked tirelessly at midfield with Robbie scoring a goal and few points. The half forward line of Gearoid Ryan (B), William Armshaw and Aaron Renehan worked hard for their team and allowed the supply of ball into the dangermen in the full forward line. William Barry, Davey Murphy and Diarmuid Duggan were the dangermen to Eire Og with William and Davey Murphy both getting two goals each and a number of points between them. Jerry Hayes and Anthony Barry were subs on the night and played their part in a good win. All the players gave a performance fitting of the occasion and can be congratulated on their performance and their workrate. Best of luck to all the players and coaches ahead of the county series where we play the winners of the North final.
The team was as follows:
R.Renehan,
P. Gantley F. Brady C. Doody
P. Barry B. Murphy C.Ryan
R. Quirke C. O'Dwyer
G. Ryan (B) W. Armshaw A.Renehan
W. Barry D. Murphy D. Duggan
Subs: J. Hayes and A. Barry
 
Best wishes to Dara McCarthy who missed out due to an illness. Best wishes in his recovery.
 
u14s win-West Tipp Final-Hurling Championship vs Eire Og Annacarthy
Best wishes to the u14 hurling panel who play their final on Tuesday, 27th of August vs Eire Og in Dundrum at 6.45pm.
 
u14s win-West Tipp Semi Final-Hurling Championship vs Emly/Sean Treacys
Well done to the u14 hurling panel who won their semi final on Monday, 20th of August. The final score was Cappawhite 3-12 Emly/Sean Treacys 1-11.
 
Well done on the performance. The team battled back from Emly/Sean Treacys bright start and finished strongly. Best for Cappawhite on the night were the full back line of Philip Gantley, Fionn Brady and Ciaran Doody as well as Brendan Murphy, Robbie Quirke and Davey Murphy.
The team was as follows:
R.Renehan,
P. Gantley F, Brady C. Doody
P. Barry B. Murphy C.Ryan
R. Quirke C. O'Dwyer
W. Barry W. Armshaw D. McCarthy
G. Ryan (B) D. Murphy D. Duggan
Subs: A. Renehan
 
Minors lose out - West Tipperary Semi Final - Minor Hurling Championship vs Lattin Cullen Gaels
Hard luck to the minor hurling panel who lost out late on against Lattin Cullen Gaels on Wednesday, 8th of August. The final score was Cappawhite 0-13 Lattin Gaels 1-11. The match started off at a great pace with some nice hurling on both sides. Given that Lattin Gaels had won the group match by 14 points, Cappawhite came into the game as major underdogs. However, this did not deter the young minor team. In fact it made them stronger. The work rate was huge throughout the whole match. They harried Lattin Gaels in possession, resulting in a number of turnovers. Lattin Gaels got a fortunate goal half way through the first half after a scramble int he square. Again, this did not phase the young minors who went on to bridge the 3 point difference with scores from Kevin Stapleton and David Buckley. The sides were level at half time.
 
The second half saw both teams showing great committment. James Ryan at centre back came more and more into the game and won a number of frees to lift the team. It was point for point for the opening 15mins. Lattin Gaels then had a man sent off for an off the ball incident (which left Tim Meagher needing medical treatment which forced him off for the rest of the match.) This unfortunately disrupted the play at a time when Cappawhite were on top. Further scores from David Buckley, one off his left and one off his right, as well as points from Kevin Stapleton and Brian Carew saw Cappawhite ahead with a few mins to go. Shane Russell found the equaliser for Lattin Gaels just before full time. As the game entered injury time, every ball was fought for with great attitude. Unfortunately for Cappa, Lattin Gaels edged in front deep into injury time. One more puck out and fight for possession and the referee blew the full time whistle. Hard luck to the panel of players on the loss but so much to be gained in defeat. The type of committment shown on the night was a huge positive, as well as the hunger and willingness to win the physical battles. Riain Doody was strong in the goals with some good puck outs. The full back line of Eanna Buckley, Tim Meagher and Darragh Clancy played from the front and cleared a lot of ball. Jim O'Dwyer, James Ryan and Davey Stapleton were like a wall in front of them. Jim had a great first half attacking every ball on the right wing. James won ball after ball in the second half and a number of frees to lift the team. Davey hurled well throughout and showed great workrate chasing his man time and time again. The midfield of Davey Buckley and Eoin Ryan worked for their team. Davey got some great scores, one long range off his left in the first half after good work from Kevin Stapleton and another solo effort in the second half. The half forward line of Brian Carew, Paul Ryan and Mikey Leahy battled well with Paul Ryan to the fore and won some good possession. The full line of Jack Allen, Kevin Stapleton and Tommy Coughlan were always a threat with Kevin the scorer in chief. Both himself and Tommy came out the field to good effect in the second half. Kevin scored a number of important frees and his senior experience was on show throughout the night, finishing with 6 points. Kieran Duggan, replacement at corner forward ,played his part.
 
Hard luck to the panel but well done on the performance and workrate shown on the night. Best wishes to Tim Meagher who suffered an eye injury in an off the ball incident and spent the night in hospital.
 
The team was as follows:
R.Doody,
E. Buckley T. Meagher D. Clancy
D. Stapleton J. Ryan (D) J. O'Dwyer
E. Ryan D. Buckley (0-4)
M. Leahy P. Ryan (0-1) B.Carew (0-2)
T.Coughlan K.Stapleton (0-6) J.Allen
Subs: K.Duggan
 
West Tipperary Minor Hurling Championship vs Lattin Cullen
Best of luck to the minor hurling panel who play against Lattin Cullen this Wednesday, 7th of August in Golden at 7pm. Your support is appreciated as the lads look to secure a West final spot.
 
West Tipperary Minor Hurling Championship win vs Rockwell/Rosegreen
Well done to the minor hurling panel who won against Rockwell/Rosegreen on Wednesday, 24th of July. The final score was Cappawhite 5-13 R/R 1-6. Well done to all involved. Best for Cappawhite on the night were Jim O'Dwyer, Davey Stapleton and Kevin Stapleton.
 
The team was as follows:
R.Doody,
E. Buckley T. Meagher  D. Clancy
D. Stapleton J. Ryan (D) J. O'Dwyer
E. Ryan D. Buckley
M. Leahy P. Ryan B.Carew
T.Coughlan  K.Stapleton J.Allen
 
Subs: K.Duggan and M.P. O'Neill
Ryans Centra Cappawhite GAA Cycling Challenge - 21st July 2013
Thanks to all who cycled in our fundraising event on Sunday July 21st. A great day out for all.
 
Many thanks to all who helped out on the day - from first aiders, to those who prepared and served food to all the stewards and marshals.
 
Thanks again to the 26 sponsors of the event - details are on the link below and on our facebook site.
 
Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Round 2 defeat vs Burgess
Hard luck to the senior hurling panel who lost out to Burgess in the second round of the Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship on Monday, 8th of July. The final score was Burgess 0-22 Cappawhite 1-11. Hard luck to all involved. Best for Cappawhite on the night were Tom Treacy, John McGrath and Jerry O'Neill. In the end a lack of fitness caught up in the second half.
The team was as follows:
 F. Quinn,
R. Dunne T. Costello C. McCarthy
K. Stapleton S. Ryan (W) T. Treacy
J. McGrath D. Kelly
M. Kennedy J.O'Neill M. O'Neill
R. Quirke  N.Hayes  T. Cranley
 
Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Round 2
The Round 2 fixture of the Clean Ireland Recycling Tipperary Senior Championship will be played on Monday next (08/07) vs Burgess in Newport at 7.30pm. All support welcomed. Best of luck to all involved.
 
West Junior B Hurling Championship Group 2
Hard luck to the Junior B hurling panel who lost out to Arravale Rovers in a score line of 1-16 to 1-09 in the third and final round of the Championship on Sunday last, 7th of July in Solohead. Best for Cappawhite on the day was Stevie Griswood and Eanna Heffernan.
The team was as follows:
M.Buckley,
B. Buckley M. Ryan (W) P. Barry
E. Heffernan S. Griswood J. English
D. Orr G. Kelly
D. Kiely J. Kirby J. carmody
D. Stapleton  M. O'Connor T.Carr
 
West Tipperary Junior Hurling Championship Round 3
The Round 3 fixture of the West Tipperary Junior B Championship will be played on Sunday next (07/07) vs Arravale Rovers in Solohead at 12. All support welcomed. Best of luck to all involved.
 
West Munster Hurling League - 3rd round defeat vs O'Callghan Mills(Limerick)
Hard luck to the senior hurling panel who were well beaten by O'Callaghan Mills in the final round of the West Munster Hurling League on Wednesday, 3rd of July.
The team was as follows:
 F. Quinn,
R. Dunne P. O'Neill  C. McCarthy
K. Stapleton M. O'Neill   R. Quirke
J. McGrath D. Kelly
N. Hayes S. Ryan (W) M. Kennedy
S. Griswood G. Ryan (P) T.Cranley
 
Ryans Centra Cappawhite GAA Cycling Challenge - 21st July 2013
The GAA club is running a fundraising cycle on the 21st of July 2013.
The idea of the cycle is to raise much needed funds for the club while also creating an event for families, players, members and those in the Community to enjoy. For those of you unwilling/unable to cycle 100km's - dont worry, we've designed special routes for you!
The event is sponsored by many local businesses - all details of which are below. The club appreciates the support of our sponsors.
The following are a list of our offcial sponsors:
Ryan's Centra  
Barry's Sand and Gravel     
Armshaws Bar
Armshaws photography       
Coughlans Bar (Martin Treacy)   
An Poitin Stil (Louis Fitzgerald)
O'Meara Motors
O'Meara's Kitchen Garden Poultry         
Treacys Victuallers        
Sliabh Phelim Timber Products            
McGrath Pharmacy
Cappawhite Plant and Tool hire            
Hourigan for Men (Tipperary Town)        
O'Neills of Cashel       
Duggan Engineering            
im Armshaw Electrical
Michael Buckley tiling       
Tir Na nOg PreSchool       
White's Funeral Home       
Arrabawn Co-op       
Noel Buckley steel and cladding
Dr Pilib O Duinn
Johnsie's Bar (Toem)      
Sean O'Carroll (Plasticbags.ie)    
Ger Ryan (B) Hurley Manufacturer        
Shreelawn Oil
West Junior B Hurling Championship Group 2
Hard luck to the Junior B hurling panel who lost out to Lattin Gaels in a score line of 2-13 to 2-7 in the second round of the Championship on Saturday last, 29th of June in Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary. Best for Cappawhite on the night was Pa Stapleton and Stevie Griswood.
The team was as follows:
M.Buckley,
B. Buckley M. Ryan (W)  E. Heffernan
P. Stapleton S. Griswood   J. English
D. Orr  G. Kelly
J. Kirby K.Mullins T.Carr
D. Stapleton  S. Ryan (P) D. Kiely
Subs used: M. O'Connor, F. Ryan (B), R. Fitzgerald, J. Carmody and L.McCarthy
West Munster Hurling League
The third fixture of the Munster league will be played on Wednesday next (03/07) vs O'Callaghan Mills(Clare) in Clare at 7.30pm. Best of luck to all involved.
 
West Munster Hurling League - 2nd round defeat vs Causeway (Kerry)
Hard luck to the senior hurling panel who lost out to Causeway in the second round of the West Munster Hurling League on Wednesday, 27th of June.
The team was as follows:
M.Buckley,
R. Dunne T. Costello  C. McCarthy
K. Stapleton M. O'Neill J.Bradshaw
J. McGrath  D. Kelly
D. Orr S. Ryan (W) R. Quirke
S. Griswood G. Ryan (P) T. Cranley
 
Cappawhite 10km Fun Walk/Run
The Cappawhite 10km Fun Walk/Run is on Sunday 7th July. Training in the GAA field every Mon-Wed-Fri 7-8pm. All ages and fitness levels are welcome. C'Mon its lots of fun!
Contact Lar on 086-2529397 for further information. Proceeds from the day will help the Cappawhite Gym. The GAA club wishes to encourage all members and players to support.The gym is something which is of great benefit to the club and is always available for our players to use.
West Munster Hurling League - 1st round defeat vs Murroe Boher (Limerick)
Hard luck to the senior hurling panel who lost out to Murroe Boher in a score line of 1-23 to 2-10 in the opening round of the West Munster Hurling League on Wednesday, 19th of June.
The team was as follows:
M.Buckley,
B. Buckley S. Ryan (W) G. Ryan (P)
P. Stapleton C.McCarthy J.McGrath
M. O'Neill R.Quirke
J. O'Neill P. Fitzgerald T.Cranley
S. Ryan (P) M. Ryan (W) G. Kelly
Subs: D. O'Neill for S. Ryan (W), J. Kirby for S. Ryan (P), M. O'Connor for G. Kelly.
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