Slow Start for Templederry

My local hurling club have made a disastouros start to the County Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship. We were placed in group containing reigning North Champions Kiladangan, county finalists Nenagh and South champions Mullinahone.

Our first game was against Mullinahone wear we were raging hot favourites for victory. the favourite tag must of went to the players heads as we were beaten convincinly on the night. We were beaten by four points on the night put in truth it could of being a lot worse. Mullinahone wanted this game more from the word go. Templederrys case wasnt helped with a couple of vital players hampered with injures. Mullinahone had a team mixed with experience and youth. With former county greats like Eoin Kelly, Paul Kelly and Paul Curran in their team its was naive of Templederry to underestimate them.

They led 10 – 07 at the break with the aid of a strong breeze with Eoin Kelly being lethal from placed balls.Templderry never showed up in the second half and only due to a catalogue of wasteful shooting from the opposition in the second half the game would of being over much earlier.

The defeat leaves Templederry in a very tough position. They must now beat both Nenagh and Kiladagan to have any hope of advancing to the last 16 of the county championship.


Joe Shanahan Persona

My brand persona allows me to judge my personal attributes. My colour brand is blue as I feel the qualities associated with the colour blue are most relevant to me. Blue represents loyalty, power, reliability and confidence.  I feel that these attributes match my personality the best of all the colour brands. I am confident while speaking in public and not afraid to speak my mind when my opinion is required. I am a loyal person, I show great pride and passion to my local hurling club Templederry and my local soccer club Sallypark FC. I could never imagine myself playing for or supporting another club.

I would consider my brand persona athletic. I consider myself healthy and physically fit. i9 am constantly playing and watching sport. I play both hurling and soccer with my local so

clubs. I train hurling twice a week and play a match at the weekends. I also train soccer once a week and play a game on usually a sunday morning.

I also consider myself an achiever. I crave success and always do my best to achieve well in education and sport. the feeling of winning a game or getting  a good grade in college is what encourages me.

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