Having been beaten narrowly by Charleville and Dungourney in recent league games, Ballygiblin finally tasted victory on Tuesday evening last when a late goal by Danny Duggan helped them defeat Lisgoold in the Avondhu-Imokilly Div (1) HL on a 2-10 to 1-12 scoreline. The local side lined out as follows ; Seamus Berminghan, Pat Norris, Declan Power, Brian O’Sullivan, Daniel Dwane, Kevin O’Gorman, Cian O’Mahony, Brian O’Gorman, Kevin Duggan, Fionn Herlihy, Diarmuid Lynch, Barry Coffey, Paul Kearney, Keith McGrath, Danny Duggan, Subs Craig Pigott for Brian O’Sullivan (injured), Eoin Burke for Paul Kearney.
GALTEE TOASTMASTERS AGM
Galtee Toastmasters held their AGM in the Firgrove Hotel on Tuesday evening last. The following were elected for the coming season : President – Anne Lyons, Educational Vice President Neil McAuliffe, Secretary John Lyons, Membership Officer- Helena Hennessy, Vice President : John Lyons, Secretary, Treasurer Margaret O’Keeffe, - PRO - Conor O’Brien, Sergeant at Arms Neil McAuliffe.
KILDORRERY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LOTTO
The numbers drawn for the weekly jackpot were 15, 18 and 21. There was no outright winner. Lucky dip winners of €50 each to Ollie Stack, Oaklawn, Kildorrery, Ollie’s Bar, Main Street, Kildorrery, Pearl McCarthy Farrahy, Kildorrery.
There was no winner of the weekly jackpot. The numbers drawn were 7, 13 and 25. Lucky dip winners were €30 Ronald Carey c/o The Ramble Inn, Nell Keane, Cullane c/o Tom Lonergan, €20 to Philomena O’Donoghue, Pollardstown c/o Mairead Lonergan, Gerald O’Dwyer, Mitchelstown c/o Tom Lonergan.
Kathleen McGrath and Kathleen Fitzgibbon, Kilfinane, John Lyons Glenroe and Tom Sheerin, Killee, Table Prizes : John Sheehan Corrogurm and Bridget Fitzgerald, Ballylanders, Ann Fox Glenroe and Diarmuid Coffey, Gortroe, Liam and Daniel O’Callaghan, Knockadea, Raffle Angela Daly, Darragh, John Lyons,Glenroe, Ann Fox, Cullane, Margaret O’Keeffe, Mitchelstown.
THE LATE TOM CONDON
The death occurred on April 26 at St Patrick’s Community Hospital Fermoy of Tom Condon, Curraheen, Mitchelstown. The late Tom was a very popular member of the local community. There was a good sized attendance at the removal from O’Brien’s Funeral Home to Ballindangan Church on Friday and also at the Requiem Mass and burial on Saturday. Interment took place to Kilphelan Cemetery. To his brother Mick, relatives, neighbours and friends we tender our sincere sympathy
THE LATE BRIGID BURKE
The death occurred on April 25 of Brigid Burke (Nee Daly) 22 Captain Keane’s Grove, Mitchelstown and formerly of the Bridge, Clonmel Road, Mitchelstown. The late Brigid was predeceased by her daughter Ann the previous day.
There was a very large and representative attendance at the removal from the family home on Tuesday to the Parish Church and also at the Requiem Mass and burial on Wednesday. Interment took place to the adjoining cemetery. To her son Eddie, daughter Margaret (Quigley) daughter in law Susan, sons in law Matt, and Hughie, grandson Cormac, nephews, nieces, relatives neighbours and friends we tender our sincere sympathy.
THE LATE CATHERINE FORDE
The death occurred unexpectedly at her home Clonmel Road, Mitchelstown on April 19 of Catherine Forde (Nee Murphy). The late Catherine was a native of Ballyfruta, Garryspillane and North Harrow, London. She was predeceased by her husband Stephen. There was a large attendance at the removal from O’Brien’s Funeral Home on Wednesday evening last to St Patrick’s Church Glenbrohane as well as the Requiem Mass on Thursday followed by cremation at the Island Crematorium Ringaskiddy. To her daughters Linda (McFarlane), Tricia (Morgan), son Stephen, grandchildren Marie, Matthew Conor and Catherine. sons in law Jimmy, Anthony, brothers Liam, Jim, John, Tom, Tim, Michael, sisters Peggy, Eileen, Marie & Philly, brothers in law, sisters in law, nephews, nieces, relatives neighbours and friends we tender our sincere sympathy.
THE LATE ROGER KIELY
The death occurred at Cork University Hospital on May l of Roger Kiely, Kilglass, Mitchelstown. The late Rogie, a member of the farming community, was very well known in the local and surrounding areas. His popularity was borne out in the very large and representative attendance at the removal on Tuesday evening from O’Sullivan’s Funeral Home Kilbehenny to Kilbehenny Church and also at the Requiem Mass and burial on Wednesday. Interment took place to
the Church Grounds. To his wife Mary, son Rory, daughter in law Kathleen, grand daughters Eve and Emile, sister Essie (Harrington) brothers Mike and Tom sisters in law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends we tender our sincere sympathy.
GLANWORTH UNDER 21 A FC KINGPINS
Glanworth Under 21 A footballers regained the North Cork Under 21 A FC title after a gap of 20 years when they overcame Fermoy in the final replay at Kildorrery on Saturday. Three goals in the first half by Hugh O’Neill paved the way for a Glanworth win. Fermoy were the champions for the past 3 years and were all out for a four in a row. Glanworth had their 4th goal by Shane O’Riordan that saw them hold out for a win by 4 -7 to 2- 9 Lineout William Jackson, Thomas Condon, John Blackburne, Michael Cremin, Philip Blackburne, Sean O’Keeffe 0-1, John Magnier, David Pyne (Capt) 0-4f, Ross Murphy, Francis J O’Flynn, Shane O’Riordan 1-0, Diarmuid Colfer, Sean Finn, Hugh O’Neill 3-1, Emmett Sheehan 0-1, Sub s Michael Jackson for Philip Blackburne, Martin Roche for Ross Murphy.
Mitchelstown Lions Club held their second Safe Talk on Suicide in the Firgrove Hotel on Thursday night with trained staff members for the Mental Health Centre in Cork. Over the two sessions over 40 people have taken part from the local area. The theme in the Safe Talk 3 hour session is to prepare participants to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources, These specific skills are called suicide alertness and are taught with the expectation that the person learning them will use them to help then reduce suicide risk in their communities. Following the safe TALK workshop members of the public will be more willing and able to perform an important helping role to persons with thoughts of suicide. Those who completed the 3 hour session will be eligible to take part in a two day workshop at a date yet to be decided.
FORTY HOURS ADORATION
The 40 hours adoration will begin at Mitchelstown Parish Church this Thursday night, May 5 with Mass 7.30pm and will conclude on Saturday night with Mass at 7.30pm There is a rota of all the Station areas in the parish made out to ensure that there is someone present at all times in the Church during the 40 hours. People from outside the parish are also welcome to attend.
ALZHEIMER’S TEA MORNING
There will be a Tea morning at teh Ozanam Centre Thomas St on this Thursday May 5 from 10am to 1pm in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. Your support would be appreciated.
BUS TO KNOCK
There is a bus to Knock from Mitchelstown this Sunday May 8. It leaves New Square at 7.15pm Booking with Pat McEvoy Sacristan. Fare Adults $20.00 children $15.00. There is also a bus from T.O. Park on Sunday to Knock. Booking with Stella 025 24009