The Mayor of Nenagh Congratulates Tipperary U 16 Camogie Team on Winning the All Ireland Final After a Gap of 16 Years

The Mayor of Nenagh has congragulated the Tipperary U16 Camogie team on winning the All Ireland Final after a gap of 16 years.

Cllr Seamus Morris said ‘As Mayor of Nenagh Cllr. Seamie Morris I congratulate the Tipperary u16 team and management on their fantastic 2-08 to 0-13 win against Mighty Kilkenny on Saturday in Limericks Gaelic Grounds.

Tipperary had to show huge courage to come down from a 5 point deficit at half time. This team is full of leadership and they certainly have a bright future in the Tipperary Jersey. The team Management of Timmy Maher Andy Ryan and Maureen Connolly got the very best out of the huge panel of players that they assembled at the start of the year from the four corners of Tipperary.

They had a tough route to negotiate on the way to the final with wins against Cork after a replay and against Galway and  Derry and a defeat against Kilkenny in the first Group game. I would like to congratulate all the proud parents who have been ferrying their Ladies to training twice a week and the County board who have put huge faith in the team and also the Clubs who nurtured the players from young particularly my own club who had two Players on the Team Alanna Morris and Aileen Duggan who have the distinction of being the first two Nenagh Eire Og players to win inter county all Ireland Medals. No team can survive without a sponsor and the Thatched Cottage in Ballycommon came on board as willing sponsors.  My heartiest congratulations to all involved’.

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