New Inn

NEW INN FESTIVAL - FAMILY FUN DAY

NEW INN FESTIVAL - FAMILY FUN DAY

This Sunday, August 7, is the new date for this year’s festival. Many exciting side shows, vintage, home produce marquee, over 35’s football, photography and art competition, gospel choir, best dressed lady, most glam granny, wheel of fortune, hi-voltage recycling, hurling wall competition and sports. Daisy’s dilemma (Daisy tickets are still available from Kevin Barron on 087 2231353), cash for scrap corner, baby show and pet show, kids play area and lots more. The theme of this year’s parade is “visitors to the county past, present and future”. Parade starts at 1pm from the Community Centre. Items for the auction can be dropped to the GAA field on the Saturday evening before, baked items can be dropped off Sunday morning. A great day out for all the family, not to be missed!

NEW INN TENNIS CLUB

The South Tipperary League is well underway with some great tennis being played. A number of teams are doing really well and the support is fantastic. A Junior Camp will be held from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 August (four days) in the morning with Paschal Whelan for six to 11 year olds. €E20 per child with discount for additional children. This will only go ahead with support from parents who will be asked to do a rota to stay and help each day. This camp is open to all children but numbers will be limited. Bookings can be made with Marie at 087 9878925.

KNOCKGRAFFON COURSING CLUB

are holding their Annual Golf Classic at Dundrum Country Club Hotel on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 August. Anyone wishing to take part can book their team with Jerry at 086-8067220. Team of four, €E200 inc. dinner. Tee boxes €E25.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the years and we hope to see you this year in Dundrum which is expected to be a very enjoyable day.

DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK

on Sunday, August 7. Local contact person: Sr. Assumpta 052 7462205. Croagh Patrick Saturday, September 3. Price €E25 per head. For more details contact Mary 087 6358158, PJ - 087 9693381, Bernie 087 6335030 or Fr. Michael 052 7462395. Please note trip depends on sufficient numbers. Please let the above know asap, thank you for your co-operation.

SUNDAY AFTERNOON WALK

Please gather at Church car park in New Inn at 2pm this Sunday, August 7. Route this week is HOLY YEAR CROSS (in preparation for Croagh Patrick) Duration 1 hour 30 min. All are welcome !

ROCKWELL ROVERS GAA CLUB

TICKETS FOR SEMI-FINAL TIPP v DUBLIN - AUGUST 14

Anyone looking for tickets please contact Joe Blair on 087 2830337 before next Thursday, 4 August.

FIXTURES

Please check with club as these may change !

Ollie’s Bar West Under 21 B Hurling Championship, Rockwell Rovers V Lattin-Cullen in Sean Treacy Park at 7pm on Friday 5 August

MATCH RESULTS

U12’s

Hard luck to our players who lost by 3 points. In a nail biter of a finish with only a few minutes to go Emly were ahead by 3 points when Rockwell Rovers got a free and Colm Moloney scored a great goal to level the match. However on the turn around Emly scored a goal with the last puck of the ball to win the match. Man of the match has to go to goalie Conor O’Brien who played a blinder of a game with some great saves. Well done to all the players especially Colm Moloney who made all the scores. Final score 2-2 to 2-5.

U14’s

Hard luck to the U14 players who lost to Cashel KC by 4 points last Thursday, 28 July.

U21’s

This team had a good win over Sologhead Treacy last Saturday evening in Golden. Final score 2-10 to 0-13. At half time Rockwell Rovers were well ahead 1-07 to 0-4. Great defence from Willie Flynn and Robert O’Donnell and some great saves from Michael O’Donnell kept Sologhead at bay in the first half. However a few changes to the Sologhead Treacy team brought a great fight back in the second half. Rockwell had a slow start, a goal from Aidan Barron after 15 minutes got them going and Rockwell Rovers went on to score 3 more points to seal the match by the margin of three points. Great play from Aidan Barron and Stephan Boland in the second half kept Rockwell in the hunt. Generally Rockwell had greater possession but made hard work of turning this possession into scores. Well done to all the players. Team: Michael O’Donnell (goalie), Willie Flynn, Jack Moloney, Mark O’Brien, Robert O’Donnell, Liam Lonergan(0-1), Diarmuid Lonergan, Eoin Byrne, Stephen Boland (0-3), Eoghan Sheehy(1-1), Alan Moloney (0-3), Michael Barron(0-2), Aidan Barron(1-0), Eoin O’Brien, Paddy Keating. Sub made: Michael Healy on for Paddy Keating.

LAGGANSTOWN HANDBALL ALLEY

Just a reminder that the Nationwide programme about the Handball Alley will be airing next Monday, August 8 on RTE 1 at 7pm.

RNLI LIFEBOAT

would like to thank everyone who contributed so generously to their church gate collections last weekend.