Carrick-on-Suir in brief
Epilepsy information evening
Brainwave, the Irish Epilepsy Association, will present a community information evening on Epilepsy at the Nano Nagle Community Resource Centre next Tuesday, October 2 from 7pm to 8.30pm.
The information session will be followed by a support group meeting.
The free information session is for people with epilepsy, particularly those new to the diagnosis, their families, parents, carers, friends and anyone with an interest in epilepsy.
For further information please contact Joan Ryan, Community Resource Officer for the South East at (056) 7784496 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Schools seeks volunteers
The Christian Brothers Primary School (Green School) is recruiting volunteers to help with running school activities.
The volunteers could help across a wide range of activities in the school such as GAA training, accompanying pupils to games and school outings, computer classes and reading schemes.
The scheme is open to parents, grandparents and any other adults interested.
All volunteers will have to complete a short application form and a Garda getting form, which are available from the school office at (051) 641333 from 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday.
Tuesday Club: 1st Brid Flanagan and Phyllis Fogarty, 2nd Annette Wyse and Ann Connolly, 3rd Peggy Cooney and Margaret Comerford.
Thursday Club: 1st Gemma Houlihan and Kathleen Coffey, 2nd Mary Babington and Brid Flanagan, 3rd Rosaline Dowley and Kitty Lalor.
St Vincent de Paul collection
A collection for St Vincent De Paul will be taken up at all Masses in the parish of St Nicholas and Faugheen this Saturday and Sunday, September 29 and 30.
Please be generous in your support as calls for financial support for those families in need with back to school, third level education and fuel bills has increased alarmingly.
A harvest thanksgiving Mass will be celebrated at St. Nicholas Church, Carrick on Suir on Saturday, October 6 at 7.30pm.
All are welcome, especially farmers, fishermen and all those involved in food production and distribution.
Rathgormack Community Centre
The monthly Progressive 25 card drive will resume this Thursday, September 27 at 8.45pm in Rathgormack Community Centre.
It will take place on the last Thursday of each month.
Meanwhile, the “Dance by the Comeraghs” set dancing festival in Rathgormack Hiking and Community Centre was a great success last weekend.
There was some terrific music played and it was very well attended.
The organising committee thank everyone, who helped, especially those who baked cakes and buns and those, who sponsored raffle prizes.
There was great excitement at the festival as the cameras from RTE’s Nationwide were there to do a piece on set dancing.
The Aqua Zumba programme at the Sean Kelly Swimming and Sports Centre gives new meaning to the idea of an invigorating workout.
These fitness classes integrate the Zumba formula and philosophy with traditional aqua fitness disciplines.
For further information please call to the Sports Centre or telephone (051) 640955.
Late goal secures win for Ballyneale
Ballyneale FC defeated Killusty 3-2 in the preliminary round of the Munster Junior Cup last Sunday.
This very competitive game was played in perfect conditions at the foot of Slievenamon.
From the outset, Ballyneale imposed their game on their opponents, creating numerous chances throughout the first half.
Finbar Hickey was again on target lobbing the keeper from outside the box, leaving Ballyneale 1 -0 up at the break.
Ballyneale again started strongly in the second half with Robbie O’Brien finishing in similar fashion to the first goal. To their credit Killusty began to cause problems, especially from set pieces and scored two goals. It was all to play for in the final ten minutes of the game.
Enda Fogarty, who came on for David Morton, scored a fine goal. He picked up possession on the left and kicked the ball into the bottom corner of the net.
Best for Ballyneale were Kevin Hogan and John Noonan. The team play are away to Rosegreen in the next round of the Munster Junior Cup.
It will again be a difficult assignment, but a game the team look forward to in these exciting times for the Club.
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Weather for Clonmel
Thursday 20 June 2013
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