Hollyford

THE LATE FRANK QUIGLEY

THE LATE FRANK QUIGLEY

The death occurred suddenly on April 2, in Enfield, North London, of Frank Quigley, formerly of Gurth, at the comparatively young age of 47 years. He was a son of the late Paddy and Kitty (nee Ryan) Quigley and one of a family of six boys and three girls from a farming background. Frank emigrated to London in 1988, where he worked in the construction industry. He was a keen golfer and he was also an avid supporter of Tottenham Hotspur Soccer Club. Frank had been in poor health for some time due to cardiac disease and had a defibrillator transplant. Nevertheless, his death came as a great shock to his wife and family and friends.

A large crowd of family members travelled to London for mass in White Hart Lane Church and removal afterwards to McCormack’s Funeral Home, Kilcommon. Removal to St. Joseph’s Church, Hollyford took place on Sunday evening April 15. Requiem mass next day was con-celebrated by Fr. James O’Donoghue C.C., Hollyford and Fr. Dan Woods P.P., Kilcommon. Readers were John and P.J. Quigley, Frank’s brothers. Prayers of the Faithful were read by his nieces and nephews. Burial took place in the adjoining cemetery beside his parents and niece Grace. We tender our deepest sympathy to Frank’s wife Kathleen, brothers John, P.J., Tony, Jerry and Bill, sisters Una, Catherine and Mary, Aunt Mary Ryan, nephews, nieces, brothers in law, sisters in law, father in law, Bill Quigley, other relatives and friends. May he rest in peace. Month’s mind mass on sunday next May 6 at 3 p.m.

PARACHUTE JUMP

Helena Carey, Reagaulane, took part in a parachute jump in County Offaly in aid of the “Make a Wish Foundation” and raised €760. Well done to Helena and many thanks to all who supported this very worthy cause.

COLLECTIONS

A recent collection in aid of the Chernobyl Children’s Appeal Fund. The amount raised was €375. Thanks to all who contributed. Next Sunday a collection will be held to raise funds for the forthcoming Eucharistic Congress.

Sean Treacys G.A.A.

West Intermediate Championship

Our first round fixture has been fixed. We play Arravale Rovers on Friday May 18 in Cappawhite @ 7.30pm.

Junior Hurling

We played Knockavilla Kickhams on Friday last in the first round of championship. We lost out by the minimum margin on a scoreline of 2-12 to 3-8.

The team lined out as follows:

Sean O’Dwyer, Andy O’Brien, Seamus Costello, Tom Keane, Donncha O’Brien, TJ Quigley, Dermot Ryan, Pat Hickey, Sean Mullins, Joe Carey, Paudie Carey, Shane Fahy, Ger Gilmartin, Ger O’Toole, Paudie Carr.

Subs used: John Butler, William Mackey.

Minor Football

We defeated Eire Óg Annacarthy 3-12 to 1-6

We have qualified for the semi-final; this is fixed for Wednesday May 9 against Knockavilla Kickhams at 7.15pm.

Insurance

Insurance is now due and payable to Liam Nolan. The price is €50 for working adults, otherwise €25 including students.

Official opening of new club house

The official opening of the new club house in Kilcommon will take place on the weekend of May 20, further details to follow.

Sean Treacys Juvenile G.A.A. .

U-12 Football:

The first team played their latest fixture on Tuesday last in Kilcommon, with Clonoulty the opposition. Some very good football was played, we just lost by two points.

U-14 Football:

In the opening round of the U-14 campaign we played Cappawhite on Wednesday last. We won 6-8 to 1-4.

U-16 Football:

Next up for our U-16 football combo with Emly was the west semi final against Cappawhite on Sunday evening in Solohead. We came out winners on a score of 9 points to 1 point. We face Rockwell rovers in the final on Monday coming in Tipp town.

Inter Divisional:

Again, we wish the best of luck to both Mattie Feehan and Brian Carey who are part of the west Tipp U-16 panel who are in action over the weekend coming.

Feile Camogie:

With four girls from our club part of the Newport Ballinahinch Camogie Team who won the recent County Feile na Gael title and are heading to Dublin for the All-Ireland in July. Funds are urgently needed for the trip and the camogie club is planning to hold some events for this purpose during the next few weeks starting with a Feile quiz which is organised for this coming Fri night in Ballinahinch commencing @ 9.30 all support for the girls would be gratefully appreciated.

Fixtures:

Thursday May 3.

U-14 B Football Championship.

In Kilcommon @ 7pm Sean Treacys V Rosegreen.

Monday May 7.

U-16 B Football Final

In Tipp Town @ 7pm Sean Treacys V Rockwell Rovers.

Training:

Training continues in Kilcommon, times and dates will be send via text. Please reply to the text advising of your attendance.