Carlow GAA Results Week Ending Sunday April 5th 2015
Club Round Up
In the senior football league Div 1, Ballinabranna at the second attempt got their first win when they defeated Tinryland by a point at Tinryland on Easter Sunday Ballinabranna 1-13 Tinryland 2-9,
Rathvilly had to come from arrears at half time 0-6 to 1-1 to edge past Palatine by a single point in a lively encounter at Bennekerry. Old Leighlin had nine points to spare over Kildavin-Clonegal at Pairc Molaise, and the Mt. leinster Rangers v Eire Og game was postponed due to a bereavement.
Ballinabranna 1-13 Tinryland 2-9, Old Leighlin 3-6 Kildavin-Clonegal 0-6, Rathvilly 1-7 Palatine 0-9, Mt. Leinster Rngs v Eire Og pp,
Railyard 1-10 Fighting Cocks 1-5, Naomh Eoin 3-15 Kilbride 1-10, O’Hanrahans 2-18 Ballon 2-13, St. Andrews v Clonmore pp,
St. Andrews 2-8 Rathvilly 2-4, Palatine 1-14 Eire Og 0-9, Grange 1-9 Leighlinbridge 0-7,
Naomh Eoin 4-7 Asca 1-14, Kildavin-Clonegal 1-11 Tinryland 3-5, O’Hanrahans 2-14 Eire Og 0-10,
Ballinabranna 3-15 Leighlinbridge 3-4, Clonmore 3-7 Tinryland 2-9, Palatine 1-10 Fighting Cocks 1-10, Fenagh wo St. Pats con. Ballon wo Kilbride con,
Eire Og 5-10 Palatine 1-10,
Stalwart laid to rest
Tinryland sadly laid to rest one of its great stalwarts on Sunday, the late Sean Brennan died suddenly and unexpected on Thursday, Seanie won five senior championships with Tinryland in 1971, 72, 75, 79, and 81, also a noted hand baller and only four weeks past Sean was inducted in to the Handball Hall of Fame. A trojan worker especially for his beloved Tinryland, Sean will be sadly missed by all and to the Brennan families goes our deepest sympathies. Ar a dheis De go Raibh a anam.