Results for Wednesday, May 16. Winners on 11 games: Pat O’Dwyer and Breda Nolan. Runners up on 10 games: Teresa McGarry and Margaret Quinlan. Table prizes: 19th game, Paddy Freaney and Jim McCarthy; 20th game, Mary Whyte and Ella Hanrahan. Sweeps: Syl Murray and Paddy Walsh; Phyllis Lonergan and Anne O’Donnell.
Results for Tuesday, May 15. Winning numbers: 9, 13, 26, 28. No jackpot winner. Two matched three numbers: Martina O’Mahony, Churchview; Caroline Redmond, Churchview, who received €E100 each. Next week’s jackpot €E16,000.
The pupils of second class assembled in their local church to receive their First Holy Communion from Fr. O’Bric on Saturday, May 12. Music and singing were expertly provided by Ms.Howley and her lovely choir. Unfortunately, class teacher, Mrs. Fleming could not attend due to the death of her father on Thursday. However, we were grateful to call on the experience and expertise of Mrs. Condon, Deputy Principal, to lead the Communion children on this very special day. Many thanks to Fr. O ‘Bric for a lovely ceremony. Buíochas ó chroí to all who contributed to a memorable event in the school year. Sincere sympathy is extended to Mrs. Fleming and all her family on the death of her father, Denis.
Congratulations to all our children who took part in Community Games events recently and who represented our parish with pride. Well done to our medallists: Kayleigh Flannery, Amy Higgins, Liam Mc Grath, Lily Finch-Clements, Emma Wroblewski, Heather Barnett, Oisín O’Shea and Rosie Fitzgerald. Molaim sibh uilig. Also, molaim our pupils who played on the U12 football team who had a great victory over Fethard recently.
Well done to the club’s girls’ U14 footballers who defeated Ballyporeen in their last league match before the knockout stage of this competition. The game was played in bright sunshine in Clerihan on Monday, May 7. Clerihan, while once again not fielding a fullstrength outfit, fought off a very determined challenge before emerging victorious on a scoreline of 7-2 to 2-2.
Congrats to Mr. Fahey and sixth class who took part in Scríobh Leabhar, an Irish writing competition earlier this year. Molaim Cathal Ryan and Mairead Brown who were selected as prizewinners.
- Clonmel Town praised for promotion of soccer on its 50th birthday
- Bobby Ryan’s body officially identified
- Barlo Motors look with confidence to the future with Ford and Nissan Brands
- Clonmel Credit Union - the singular most important organisation to be established in Clonmel over the past 50 years’
- Diane Halley
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Weather for Clonmel
Monday 20 May 2013
Temperature: 8 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 10 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North west