The Junior B Footballers atoned for last years final defeat to Kilshannig when a late goal saw them emerge victors 3-6 to 1-11 over the Glantane side in the quarter final at Castletownroche on Saturday evening last. They now play Liscarroll in the semi final with Fermoy and Kildorrery contesting the other semi final.

The local lotto took place in the Ramble Inn on Friday evening last. The numbers drawn were 1, 4, 18 and 26. There was no jackpot winner. Lucky dip prize winners were : Jamie Walsh, An Post, Brian O’Sullivan, Lower Cork Street, Margaret Kelly, Ballinwillin, Jack O’Sullivan c/o P Reidy, Kay Moroney, Conna,


Mitchelstown Heritage Society are organising a trip on Saturday, July 2, to see the majestic Tall Ship Race in Waterford. A bus will leave King Square, Mitchelstown at 8.30am sharp. Those who travel with the society will have the opportunity to experience the Tall Ships and associated festival at their own leisure. People can see things as they like. Returning to Mitchelstown by the evening.. There is already huge interest in this trip by members of the society. There is a limited availability so advanced booking is essential, no later than Wednesday, June 29. Bookings can be made by contacting Mitchelstown Heritage Society Treasurer Mrs Ina Keating on 087 3142686.


On Saturday July 9th Galtee Gaels GAA Club will officially open their new dressing rooms where GAA President Christy Cooney will officiate at the opening.


The numbers drawn for the local lotto were 7, 10, 19 and 31. There was no jackpot winner. Lucky dip winners were : Karen Ryan c/o Ned Coughlan, Emer O’Donoghue c/o Brenda and Kevin. Kevin Murphy c/o Kevin O’Keeffe, Shane O’Riordan c/o Seanie Pierce.


There was no winner of the weekly jackpot. The numbers drawn were 9, 21 and 27. Lucky dip winners were E30 each to John Kelly, Ballybrien c/o Mairead Lonergan, E30 Gretta McSweeney, Tully c/o Bridie Walsh, E20 each to Bridget Cronin c/o Ballylanders PO, Monica Cleary, Kilmallock c/o Tom Lonergan,


There will be a talk on Zimbabwe on Monday, June 27, at 7pm by Rev Noel Scott, in the College Chapel. All are welcome.


The numbers drawn for the weekly lotto were 10, 14 and 34. There was no outright winner. Three lucky dips of E50 each to Marshall’s, Rockmills, John Leonard, Ballindangan, Fiona, Richie and Fionnan c/o F Walsh-Clahane, ANGLESBORO 45

Dermot Crowe and Tom O’Brien Galbally, Jim Cotter and Tom Hogan Anglesboro, Table Prizes : Fanahan O’Brien Galbally and John Sweeney,

Knockanevin, Mossie Moriarty Kilglass and Francie Fitzgerald Ballylanders, Joan O’Brien Glenroe and Ellen Buckley Shanballymore, Raffle Kathleen McGrath Kilfinane, Jim English Cullane, Bernard Condon Ahacross


John Lyons and Dave Farrell Glenroe, Jimmy and Angela Daly Darragh, Table Prizes : Diarmuid Coffey Gortroe and Ann Fox Glenroe, Dan O’Connor Cloughleafin and Bernard Condon Ahacross, Margaret Kirby Knockadea, and Tom Sheerin, Killee, Raffle Geraldine Noonan Ballylanders, Angela Daly Darragh, Geraldine Noonan Ballylanders.


The annual Eucharistic Procession in Mitchelstown will take place this Sunday after 12noon Mass. The route will be Lower Cork St., Baldwin St., Georges St., King St and into New Square. It is hoped that a very large attendance will take part.


Mitchelstown Literacy Society presents Trevor/Bowen Summer School from Friday, July 15, to Sunday, July 17. Tickets from Hyland’s Educational Book Shop.


Mitchelstown Forum – The Pink Tank (Introducing the women of the Pink Tank) at the Living Health Primary Health Care Centre Mitchelstown on this Thursday, June 23, at 7.45am Enquiries to Siobhan Finn 086 2872286


The Centenary of Bunscoil na Toirbhirt will take place this week end.

June 24 Book launch of ‘Bunscoil na Toirbhirt’ 191-2011 Great Oaks from little Acorns Grow in the Hall 7.30pm This book contains the current newsletter, memoirs from past pupils, a history of the school and a photo gallery of the past 100 years. All are welcome. Book available by ordering from school 025 24264.

June 25 12md Open air Mass in the school yard (weather permitting) (Otherwise in the Parish Church)

1.00pm During this time there will be tours of the school, stalls and face painting, live entertainment outdoors, hot food stall, lucky dip, raffles, tea coffee refreshments. There will be a selection of party pieces performed by children from all the class groupings in the Halla. 4pm Raising of the second Green Flag (Energy) 7.30pm Meal in the Firgrove for past pupils parents and staff.

Tickets E30. Ring school in advance 025 24264