Tang A.G.M 2022
Chairman Tom Conlon
Vice Chairman Tom Lennon
Secretary Laura Donoghue
Assist Secretary Emma Carey
Treasurer Colm Donoghue
Assist Treasurer Joe Conlon
P.R.O Sean Burke
Registrator Michael Bannon
Children Officer Michael Bannon
Drug & Abuse Officer David Coughlan
County Board Delegates Frank Donoghue, Damien Donoghue
Social Officer Sandra Coughlan
School Liaison Officer Alan Higgins
Development Officer David Coughlan
DLP officer Elish Conlon
Grounds Officer James Duffy
Tang Lotto Draw.
Tang GAA Club Lotto will take place in the club House at 9.pm on Monday Feb 28th. The Jackpot is 2,800 this week. Numbers drawn 4,23,25,26.
Draw for 25euro winners
Conor Murray, Adya, Donnacha & Daithi Farrell, PJ Murphy, Dennis Bannon.n. Next draw Monday March 7th in Tang clubhouse at 9.00pm.
Anyone that has prepaid online will be entered in the upcoming draws.
Thanks to all our sellers and customers for their support and patience over the recent weeks and look forward to your continued support into the future. Tickets are 2euro and are available from usual sellers or from any club executive..
Tang Gaa A.G.M was held in the Community Centre on Sunday. A lot of items were discussed with a good attendance and all positions were filled for the coming 12 months. Futher details will follow..
Membership for 2021 is now due before March 31st: € 70 for Family, €40 for adults, €30 for OAP, €20 Walkers, €20 for students and €10 for students, minors and underage.. Payments can be made to club registrar Michael Bannon or membership can be paid through Tang Gaa Club app Clubforce.
Tang 1-6 St Lomans 0-7
Tang made the trip to Lakepoint on Friday last to play St Lomans. The pitch was in terrific conditions on a dry but very cold evening. The first half was entertaining with St Lomans taking an early lead but Tang did respond with Shane Coughlan very lively up front kicking two pts. Tang were guilty of missing a couple of scoring chances but did secure another pt before the break. Lomans did have a great goal chance but were denied by Robert English who saved superbly. The halftime score Lomans 5pts to Tangs 3pts.
Tang had a player black carded in the first few mins of the second half and Lomans added two pts to stretch their lead at this point. However Tang kept plugging away and were rewarded with two pts from frees by Niall Bannon. Martin Rock did scored a lovely pt with the outside of the boot and Tang just trailed by a soliatary pt. Tang pressed hard looking for a equaliser and a through long ball saw Shane Coughlan race on to the ball and lift it over the out rushing keeper soccer style and finish to the net for a neat goal. Lomans did try to salvage the match but with Kieran Duncan and John Rock marshalling the defence Tang held out for a surprise victory. Team Robert English, Eoghan Bannon, Kieran Duncan, Andrew Gill,Richard Laffen, John Rock, Ciaran Hanley, Darragh Burke, Niall Bannon, Tommy Lennon, Martin Rock, Jason Coughlan, Shane Coughlan, Aidan Burke, Eoin Coughlan
Tang were crowned county champions after a single pt victory over Milltownpass.
AIB LEINSTER CLUB I.F.C Q-FINAL
TANG V KILCOCK IS AT ONE O CLOCK THIS SATURDAY.
Best of luck to our players and management.
Please come along and give you support.
Tickets must be purchased online, no tickets on site.
Please click the link below to gain access for tickets
AIB Leinster Club IFC Q-Final - Tang (WH) v Kilcock (KE)https://www.universe.com › Events › Sports
in 1 day — AIB Leinster Club I.F.C. Q-Final - Tang (WH) v Kilcock (KE) by Leinster Council GAA - Saturday, December 4, 2021 01:00 PM at Tubberclair GAA ..
Tang 1-7 Milltownpass 0-9
Showing wonderful perseverance, Tang finally got their moment of glory as they captured the Peter Geraghty Memorial Cup for the first time in 28years with victory over Milltownpass, in the Westmeath Football Championship final in TEG Cusack Park on Saturday Nov13th.
It was just reward for all the years of hurt and near misses in semi-finals and finals. The previous year, Tang lost the decider to Moate All Whites but last Saturday they showed great character to eke out a narrow victory over an unlucky Milltownpass side.
This was a tight and tense affair and evenly contested final. Tang got the crucial goal in this close encounter, and it was Aidan Burke who showed great composure to find the net having raced through the centre in the 29th minute, leaving his side four pts to the good at half-time, 1-5 to 0-4.
When Milltownpass, who were chasing a first title since 1981, got on level terms in the 50th min through the impressive Finbarr Coyne, it seemed like they had clear momentum, but Tang were typically gritty and managed to get their noses in front, courtesy of a superbly pointed free by Adam Neary in the 58th minute. While Milltownpass threw the kitchen sink at them, there was no way through a tenacious Tang defence superbly marshalled by captain Kieran Duncan.
Tang Gaa held a Tractor Run recently. This event was a huge success with a large volume of tractors taking part and a huge crowd , young and old turned up to view the spectacle. The morning was sunny and dry and everyone was in great spirits. So well done to all our local farmers and all the organising committee who left no stone unturned. Great job.
Tang Gaa pitch will be opening up for underage teams from April 26th. Please contact your childs trainer for training schedule.Parents dropping off/ collecting children should continue to follow Covid rules and not congregate at the pitch.
National Club Draw
Tang are presently selling tickets for the Gaa National Club Draw. First prize is a Renault Clio.Tickets are 10 euro each and can be purchased from Niall Bannon or Tom Conlon. Tickets can also bepurchased through the online Clubforce app. Download Clubforce and search Tang Gaa.