A number of gardening items went missing from Shanrahan Cemetery recently. Items include a grass strimmer, roll of string, petrol and oil etc. These items were stored in a locked building. Anyone with information to help recover the items please contact P.J.English 0877984929.
JOHN DWAN R.I.P.
Sincere sympathy is extended to the Dwan family, Killbeg, Clogheen, on the death of John who passed away peacefully at St Theresa’s hospital recently. John is survived by his wife Mary Alice, son Sean, daughters Maureen, Teresa and Bernie, his sister Sr Nora and all his extended family. Removal took place from St Theresa’s morturary on Tuesday to Clogheen Church, following requiem mass on Wednesday he was laid to rest in Shanrahan Cemetery. May he rest in peace.
BAG PACK FOR ST THERESA’S
A bag pack was held recently in Dolans Supervalu Cahir in aid of St Theresas Hospital Clogheen. A total of €E2,111 was collected.
Congratulations to Eamonn Brady, Ballyboy West, Clogheen, who celebrated his birthday, joined by his family and friends at his home recently.
ANNUAL PROGRESSIVE 45 DRIVE IN AID OF PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
At Clogheen Community Centre on Wednesday, September 7, at 8.30p.m. Admission E10. Raffle with numerous prizes.
WATER TOWER BUCKET BOYS TO PLAY CLOGHEEN
South Tipperary Rural Arts Group will begin its Autumn season by presenting The Water Tower Bucket Boys, this now legendary Bluegrass Band from Portland, Oregon, U.S. A. in St. Paul’s Community Centre, Clogheen on Saturday, September 10, at 8pm. Having released four albums to date they are sure to attract an audience with their unique style, drawing from classic bluegrass with a mix of traditional and original songs. Tickets €E10. In Clogheen contact Lynn 086/6086638 or call to Ger Flynn’s Butcher Shop, in Ballyporeen tickets are available at Pat Russell’s Shop and in Burncourt contact Breeda 087/6967661 or call in to Maureen Creed’s shop.
PARISH COFFEE MORNING
Tuesday, September 6, from 10am to 2pm at St Caraldus Parish Centre. Supporting the new front doors appeal.
JAMES KILBANE CONCERT ,
This concert takes place in Burncourt church on Thursday, September 8, at 8pm. Tickets E15. Family rates available at the door.
The parish national schools re-open on Thursday, September 1.
DUHILL GALA DAY
The first gala day for years will take place at The Cross Castlegrace on Sunday, September 11, starting with a Cake Sale after mass at 9.30am. A fun cycle race from Duhill to Clogheen and back to Duhill at 12noon. Dog show, pony rides, over 40s G.A.A matches, Tug Of War and numerous other events throughout the day, see posters in Shops for further details. Please support.
The Healthy Mind, Healthy Body Clinic is now open on Tuesdays in The Beauty Spot Clogheen between 10a.m. and 5p.m. Call into Liam any Tuesday for a free consultation or ring 087 2268651 to make an appointment.
TIPP WOMEN’S MINI MARATHON
South Tipp and North Tipp Sports Partnership have joined in organizing a womans 10k marathon in Clonmel on Sunday, September 18, at 2pm. Online registration only at www.tippminimarathon.ie. Closing date for entries is strictly September 12, for further information please contact Valerie or Eddie at SPSP at 062-64737 www.stsp.ie or Elaine/Sharon at NTST 067-43604 wwwntsp.ie
VEE ROVERS FC
Schoolboys; Having partaken in a successful summer camp, at which Adam Mac Sharry of Waterford United was special guest, the schoolboy teams are now back in training and playing friendlies in preparation for the coming season. Any boy wishing to play should contact 052-7465200 for further information.
Juniors; The Juniors reached the final of the Paddy McGrath Memorial Cup where they were beaten by St Kierans on penalties after an excellent game. On Sunday they kicked off the 2011-2012 season at home with a shield game against Two Mile Borris B. After some very useful pre-season games under the management of Mark Haide much was expected. A much different story unfolded however, as we never came out of the starting blocks and eventually suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat. Borus took the lead on ten minutes when they scored from a corner and increased their advantage on 31 minutes from a free kick. We rarely threatened their goal in the first half, apart from efforts by Daryl Peters, Warren O Brien and Martin Grant.
Rovers began the second half with purpose, but were rocked by a third Borris goal on 51 minutes, when the home defence was torn apart once more. Despite having the majority of the possession we failed to breach a strong Borris defence and paid the price for all out attack when they scored a fourth goal on 86 minutes. So its back to the drawing board as we await our first game in the League.
Golden Goal winner this week was Cormac Flynn.
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