The month’s mind mass for the late Clare English nee Corbett, Cahir and Clogheen, will take place in St Marys church, Cahir, at 7.30pm on Saturday, June 16.


The Ballyporeen congress bus will leave Bally on Thursday, June 14, and will make a pick up at Clogheen Church at 8.45am. Tickets cost €E12.


The preschool would like to invite children aged 2yrs 6mths who would like to attend pre-school for an enrolement day on Monday, June 18, at 12.30pm.

Also on this day we would like to invite children born between 2 Feburary 2009 and 30 June 2010 who would like to avail of the ECCE scheme which entitles each child who qualifies a free place for 5 days per week for 3hours. Booking is essential as places are limited. Contact Sharon 087 9485558.


Sunday, June 17, at Kilcoran Lodge Hotel. Doors open at 12pm until 5 pm.

Featuring fashion displays, 45 retail stands, professional advice from beauticians, hair styles and holistic therapists, plus well being and style talks with one to one advice from our image consultant Caroline Ryan.

This is a free flow drop in event. Unmissable day for all ladies. Tickets are selling fast at a cost of E10 and are available in Clogheen :PJ’s fruit and veg’s or phone 087 7984929; Cahir : The Heritage.


Under 14.

Two titles in twenty four hours! Pride of place this week goes to the Fr. Sheehy’s u14 football team who captured the South and County u14c titles in the space of twenty four hours last weekend. Due to difficulties arranging the game at South Bord na nOg level the South final versus Commercials B was eventually played in Marlfield last Friday night. Backed by the strong breeze Fr. Sheehy’s gave a superb display of point scoring in the first half taking a lead of 1-13 to 1-1 to the break. Commercials piled on the pressure in the second period but Fr. Sheehy’s held out and took command again late on to capture a first title at this grade since 2004 on a score of 4-18 to 3-5.

The team then had to travel to Dundrum on Saturday afternoon to play West champions Emly in the county final and were fired up by the previous night’s win. Brilliant performances from James Conway, Ben Hyland, Jack Murphy and the free scoring Colin English saw Sheehy’s dominate the first half and hold Emly scoreless while scoring 3-6 themselves. Keeper Dylan Murphy had a quiet afternoon after making some brilliant saves the previous night. Defenders Nathan O’ Brien, David

Hyland, Aaron Enright and youngest player Gavin English kept the Emly attack under wraps. Up front Richard Maher, with a superb goal, Shane Connelly, Dylan O’ Brien and two goal South final hero Dion Morrissey were all involved in good moves while the rest of the panel included

Conor Walsh, Dylan Flynn, Robert Maher and Patrick Griffin. The final whistle saw Sheehy’s ahead by 5-17 to 0-4 and captain Colin English, scorer of an amazing 3-9, 2-13 and 4-11 in his last three games accepted the trophy from Joe Kennedy of Tipperary Bord na nOg before the jubilant players, mentors and supporte rs. Well done to all the panel and to team manager Seamus English and selectors David Hyland and Tommy Murphy.

Under 12. The u12 football team also saw action in in the latter stages of the county competitions travelling to Templetuohy last Wednesday night for the Premier Games playoffs. Fr. Sheehy’s had a good match with Moycarkey/Borris in the semi final but once again found the very talented Clonmel Og side too hot to handle in the final. Thanks to Frankie O’ Brien, Dick Maher and John Flynn for looking after the u12 football in 2012.


This year’s Kellogg’s Cul Camp will be held at Fr. Sheehy GAA Park from July 16 to 20. Application forms are now available from club officers. The cost is E55 for one child, E45 for the second and E40 for a third child or more in a family. Contact Mike 086-1700635 086-1700635 for more details.

Under 8 and 10. The u8 hurlers had a great morning’s action with a blitz in Fr. Sheehy Park last Saturday while the u10 footballers will be playing in the South Bord na nOg blitz on this Saturday 16th June.


Thanks to all who supported our church gate collection last weekend.

U12 Blitz Winners:

Our u12’s took part in a Go Games blitz in Clonmel last Saturday. This event was hosted by St.Marys Camogie Club, thanks to them for hosting. The girls played against Moyle Rovers, St. Marys, Carrick Swans and Fethard. They won every game. This team showed great potential and we have high hopes for them in the future well done to all concerned.


u12B Semi Final - Brian Borus -V- Templemore, Wednesday 13th, in Ballylooby at 7.30. Please come out and support the girls!


U14 Footballers.

Pride of place this week goes to our Under 14 Footballers who completed a South and County Double on Friday and Saturday respectively beating Commercials and Emly in the process. The South Final was captured on Friday night in Marlfield and less than 24 hour later in Dundrum the County Title was won. Well done to all concerned.

Intermediate Hurling.

We received a walkover from Fethard on Sunday last in the intermediate Hurling championship. We are down to play Moyle Rovers on Saturday evening next in Goatenbridge at 6pm.

Intermediate Football.

On Friday, June 1, we played Grangemockler in the 3rd Round on the Intermediate Football Championship. After a good display with some nervous moments at the end we came away with a 1-17 to 3-9 victory. We have two remaining games against Ballyporeen and Commercials to play.


On Saturday, June 2, one of our longest serving players Liam Fleming married Linda English in Clogheen. We offer our heartiest congratulations to this popular couple and wish them all the best for their future life together. Liam spent his last night as a single man playing a major contribution in our victory over Grangemockler.