Well done to James ‘Chalky’ Walsh of St. Michael’s AFC of Tipperary town on winning the prestigious FAI Junior International Player of the Year 2011. This is his second time winning this coveted award. He previously won in 2004. He has shown his leadership on and off the field b
ST. MICHAEL’S FC 1 CARRICK UNITED 0 A goal from Pa Quinn after 25 minutes proved decisive as St. Michael’s FC of Tipperary town etched their name on the Munster Junior Challenge Cup for a sixth time after getting the better of holders Carrick United from Carrick-on-Suir in
Clonmel Town 2 St. Michael’s FC 1 Clonmel Town ended their famine in the Munster Junior Challenge Cup as they overcame archrivals and holders St. Michael’s in the third all Tipperary Southern & District League final played before a large attendance in Cahir last Friday
St. Michael’s AFC 1 Clonmel Town 0 Thanks to a goal eight minutes from time from the head of FAI Junior International Player of the Year James Walsh it was St. Michael’s of Tipperary town that are the newly crowned champions of Munster after eventually overcoming the chall
James Walsh is FAI International Junior Player of the Year 2004 It was not all doom and gloom for Tipperary soccer at the weekend while there was disappointment for TS & DL representatives Rosegreen Rangers and Peake Villa in the Statoil sponsored FAI Junior Cup as both bowed out
The inaugural General Meeting of the League was held in Hearn’s Hotel, Clonmel, on Saturday, 23rd July, 1977. Thomas Keogh, Treasurer, Munster F.A., acted as chairman. Clubs represented were: Rosegreen, Killusty, Two-Mile-Borris, Cahir Park, St. Patrick’s, Moyglass, Clonme
Here is a list of players that are currently representing or have represented the Rep of Ireland at various levels that started their football career in the Tipperary Southern & District League. Should anyone have further updates or players ommited please sent it to email@example.com
The Tipperary Southern & District League (TSDL) was founded in July 1977 following the breakup of the old County Tipperary League. Over the past 34 years this adult amateur league, that caters for male players over 16 years extends from Thurles in Mid. Tipperary across the borders west into Co. Limerick and south into Co. Waterford, has developed into one of the top amateur league's in Ireland.