Tipp to face Galway in Hastings Cup

first_imgVictory for Tipperary’s Under 21 Footballers against Galway this evening would see them through to the semi-finals of the Hastings Cup.The sides meet in Portumna at 7.45 after the game was postponed twice already due to poor weather conditions.Tipp manager Tommy Toomey has used the Hastings Cup to build his squad ahead of the under 21 Munster Championship.last_img

Cup and league action on local soccer agenda

first_imgThe Tipp Town side travel to take on Carrick Utd in a match which gets underway at 2.00pm.Meanwhile, in the FAI Junior Cup 2nd Round Wilderness Rovers host Thurles Town at 3 o’clock.There are also four matches in South Tipperary’s Clonmel Credit Union Premier League: Tipp Town V Clonmel Town (3.00pm); Two Mile Borris V Galbally Utd (3.00pm); Old Bridge V Clonmel Town (12.00pm); and Peake Villa V Cashel Town (3.00pm).last_img

Tkatchenko corrects statements by Dei MP Nukundi

first_img“The Honourable MP has clearly been misinformed, as it is very evident that he did not see or read my statement in person,” Tkatchenko said.”There is nothing in my statement that labels all Western Highlanders, as stated by the MP.“I suggest that he go through my statement personally, and make his conclusions.”The National Government is the key stakeholder for hosting rights for the upcoming 2016 FIFA Under 20 Womens World Cup in November, and the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, and this incident has brought our credibility to host such events into question.“Everything that we have worked hard for as a Government, to bring these games to our shores, could all be thrown out the window, due to the actions of those supporters and Official.“It doesn’t matter where this official comes from, his actions are totally unacceptable and are a total disgrace,” Tkatchenko said.Picture: File photo of Minister for Sports Justin Tkatchenkolast_img read more