Lattin-Cullen

RECENT DEATHS

RECENT DEATHS

Jody Morrissey RIP

The death occurred shortly after Christmas of Jody Morrissey, Glenbane, Lattin, who had battled bravely against serious illness over the past six years.

Jody had been a noted sportsman, excelling in Gaelic games with his native parish and in soccer with Cullen, for whom he was player of the year in 1983. He also competed successfully in juvenile athletics with St Ailbe’s Athletic Club and in recent years was an accomplished darts player.

There was a very large attendance at his Requiem Mass in the Church of the Assumption, Lattin, and interment afterwards in the local cemetery.

He is survived by his wife Ann, sons Eamon, Joseph, Andrew and Jamie, daughters Claire and Kathy, brothers Denis, Eddie and Tommy, sisters Ann, Mary, Allie, Winnie and Joan, grandchild Dylan, uncles, aunts, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, cousins, relatives and friends.

Liam Condon RIP

The death also occurred of Liam Condon, Shronell, Tipperary, and Bishopswood, Clonmel.

Removal took place from Whelan’s Funeral Home, Bansha Road, Tipperary to the Church of the Assumption, Lattin, where the following day’s Requiem Mass was celebrated. Burial took place in Shronell Cemetery.

Sympathy is extended to his brothers Tom, Con, Ted, Richard and Paddy, sister Siobhan, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, aunts, cousins, relatives and friends.

Michael Ryan RIP

The death occurred peacefully in the loving care of the matron and staff of Sacre Coeur Nursing Home; Tipperary of Michael Ryan (Gar) of Illaunmeen, Ballinard, Tipperary, and formerly of Longstone, Cullen, and ESB, Scarriff, county Clare.

Following Requiem Mass in St. Nicholas’ Church, Solohead, burial took place in Oola Old Cemetery.

He is survived by his sister Nan, nephews, nieces, sister-in-law, neighbours, relatives and friends.

Michael O’Dwyer RIP

The death occurred before Christmas of Michael O’Dwyer, Emly Road, Tipperary, and late of Ballycohey, Shronell, Tipperary.

Removal took place from Whelan’s Funeral Home, Bansha Road, to the Church of the Assumption, Lattin, where Requiem Mass was celebrated. Burial took place in Solohead Cemetery.

Pre-deceased by his son Patrick, he is survived by his wife Mary, daughter Margaret, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

Sympathy

Sympathy is also extended to Georgina Buckley, Ballyrobin on the death of her father, Terry O’Connor, Cahir.

SOCCER

A much depleted Cullen A Team were defeated by 3 – 0 away to Galbally last Sunday.

The B team were unlucky when a late penalty deprived them of victory over Kilbehenny in a three-all draw at Aisling Park.

Next Sunday the A Team is away to Ballingarry in the quarter-finals of the Paddy Purtill Cup, while the B Team will host Tipperary Town B in the league.

There are three underage fixtures scheduled for Saturday, with the U11s at home to Kilteely, the U13s away to Galbally at 11am and the U15s at home to Knockainey at 12.30pm.

WEIGHT LOSS GROUP

Want to shed those few extra pounds, why not join a new weight loss group starting in The Family Resource Centre in Hospital on Monday, January 21, from 7.30pm to 8.30pm.

Support, advice and helpful hints on good nutrition and long term health.

Contact Anna for more details on 087 7917630.

LATTIN CULLEN GAA

Jodie Morrissey RIP

The club would like to extend its sympathy to the family of the late Jodie Morrissey who passed away recently. Jodie was a legendary figure in Lattin/Cullen GAA folklore and was hugely regarded by all those who knew him.

Ar dheis De go raibh a anam

LADIES FOOTBALL

Training returns on Friday, January 11, for Under 12s and 14s on the all-weather pitch in Lattin.

Training for 14 and 16 year-olds begins on Sunday, January 13.

A FUNdamentals ladies football coaching course will take place on Saturday, January 26, in the McGrath GAA Centre, Bansha.

The course will start at 10am sharp and will run until 4pm. Light refreshments will be provided on the day.

Under 14 Trials will be held on January 12, starting at 10.45am in Duneske in Cahir.

We are starting a Black Bag Collection for recycled clothing to raise funds for a new sets of jerseys for boys and the under 16 girls teams. Also, we are taking in old phones as well they can be given to Danny or Annmarie before or after training. Bags can be put into Referees Room on training nights.

Under 12s began their season by playing at half time during the Tipp V U.C.C match in Emly last Sunday. Well done to all and thanks to Emly Ladies Club for the invite.

Reminder to all - no gum shields no football!

New players always welcome.