2009

2009: ( Champions )

Saturday August 29th Tulfarris bring home Brennan Cup
In a thrilling final hole finish, Kevin Higgins holed the winning put to snatch victory over Callan 3 matches to 2 in Arklow. After partner Sean O’Shea won 17 to level up the deciding match, a lipped birdie putt for the Cup stayed out before being given a second opportunity to take the Cup amid joyous scenes for Manager Joe Gardner, the rest of the team & supporters.
 

   

Brendan Daly, Mick Curran, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Sean O’Shea, Billy Reilly, Manager Joe Gardner, Paul Fitzpatrick, John Staunton, Pearse Daly, Niall Robinson & Phelim Dolan       

Round 1 – May 17th:    Tulfarris (Home) defeated Enniscorthy
Congratulations go to team members Club Captain, Billy Reilly, Paul Fitzpatrick, Brendan Daly, Pearse Daly, John Staunton, Mick Curran, Niall Robinson, Greg Edwards, Peter Sherwin and Phelim Dolan
Round 2 – May 17th:    Tulfarris (Away) defeated Greystones
Round 3 – July 25th:  Tulfarris (Home)  defeated Kilkenny  - 3 matches to one. ( last match Square on 18th called in)
Congratulations go to team members Club Captain, Billy Reilly & Paul Fitzpatrick, Brendan Daly & Phelim Dolan, John Staunton & Mick Curran, Kevin Higgins & Sean O’Shea, Alan Rice & Peter Pedersen.
Semi-final -    August 15th:  Tulfarris (Away) defeated Coolatin – 3 matches to 2
Final: - August 29th :  Tulfarris defeated Callan   at Arklow  3 matches to 2.  
      Victories to Captain Billy Reilly & Paul Fitzpatrick; Brendan Daly & Phelim Dolan ; Kevin Higgins & Sean O’Shea.

Mgr: Brendan Daly – Assisted by Paul Fitzpatrick:

Hard luck for our lads bowing out away to Carlow in a close 3-1 result, whilst leading in the remaing called in match. This was an extreemly tough draw & thanks to all involved. Following on from very enthusiastic & competitive practice by the entire panel luck was not with us on the day. Team on the day: Michael Curren,Tom Browne, Lenny Murphy, John Curley, Tom O'Rourke, Paddy Carthy, Gerry Lambe, Denis Mahon, James McCarron & Myles Burke  ( Mgr Brendan Day Assisted by Paul Fitzpatrick). Our proud history in this event continues.